Tag Archives: Dub

Three on a Thursday #164


6361045527_31e94cb4fe_oA little late this week, as I’ve been in full on ‘enjoying my family mode’, and didn’t get round to this on Thursday, (or Friday or Saturday for that matter) – thing is I’m on a bit of a run of form at the moment, and there are some belters out there which I need to share with you lot

One that note …

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Three on a Thursday #129


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Woah, almost forgot about this this week – kids being a nightmare to get to go to sleep and  only sat down after 9pm – fortunately the prep work was good and I’ve got three lovely lovely slices of musical gold for you to have  go on – ONWARDS!

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Three on a Thursday #112


tumblr_lev8lqCZ9h1qapxx6o1_500Festive binge session over, I’m back with three of the finest tunes to have graced my ugly lugholes since the last one of these was posted – which to be honest an almost embarrassingly long time ago …

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Three on a Thursday #103


butterfly26A rush of blood to the head, and a week of rummaging through tunes (and, to be fair, an absence of anyone to go to the pub with tonight) has led to *another* Three on a Thursday.

Two week in a row?

Aren’t you lot lucky!

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Three on a Thursday #59


Ahoy all – it’s Three on a Thursday again!

I warn you now, I’ve spent the last few hours in the park, with a bottle of fizz, enjoying the weather. This may or may not have influenced my selection this evening.

If you like what you hear, and fancy experiencing the  full horror live, I’m playing Bill Chill Bristol tomorrow night from 11pm. Pop down and join in, eh?

Anyway – ONWARDS!

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Blend Mishkin / Mama Proud E.P.



Another day, another review, this time with Blend Mishkin‘s wubtacular Mama Proud Riddim and a whole host of MCs showcasing their talents over the top

The riddim itself is a cracker, mixing a dancehall vibe and a dubstep style foundation bothering bassline, complete with gunshots, rave horns, skittering hi-hats and claps, giving plenty of space for the vocals to come. I can see this one being a fixture in Reggae & Bashment DJ’s bags for a while

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