(Oooops – forgot to hit ‘post’ before I went away for the weekend, so I’ll just jump in the time machine fix it … or just post it as is!)
Bit of a mad rush this week, as I’m off to the wonderful Farmfest in a mo – two days in a sunny (ahahahaha I’ve seen the weather reports) field. Hey, at least the tunes are going to be amazing.
It’s felt like spring this week hasn’t it? Sun on my back, not getting utterly soaked and frozen cycling to work – I could get used to this (sadly, knowing the British weather, this is as good as it’ll get all year …)
Yeah a day late, but it means I’ve got some tidy tunes for you – I’m sure you’ll forgive me.
Odd little realisation – I’ve seen every band/producer listen below live …
I’m getting worse at this remembering to blog tunes for you mob on a Thursday don’t I? With one thing and another, specifically an almost two-year old thing, I rarely get the sort of long stretches of unbroken time in which I can finely hone a blog post for you …
This week however …
Well, ok, Three on a Friday, and after missing last week entirely.
I know, I’m useless.
Tunes to make up for it?
It’s that time of the week again – new tunes to my ears dropped into yours.
IF you like this sort of thing there’s a stack of good stuff on the go at the mo.
Tonight the Riddim Fruit boys Rackabeat and Bar-low with at Number 51 and on Saturday is WHOMP! time again at Basement 45 on Saturday.
There’s also a chance to see me dig back into my 15 year old selfs record bag as I’m in the hot seat for Purple Radio’s School of Rock show on Friday afternoon … nary a breakbeat in sight.
Enough pimpin’, on with the tunes.
Though this blog sometimes seems to fixate upon the biggest and bounciest of Ghetto breaks and hip-hop, there is a softer, gentler, more cuddly side to your humble blogger, and the new Jesse Futerman EP is definitely appealing to it.