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Three on a Thursday #170


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Ah, it’s time to relax.  You know what that means.  A glass of wine, your favourite easy chair,  And of course, three tracks, on time for once, from your favourite beardy Bristol bloke. (Noooo, I’ve not been listening to The Offspring and reliving my youth whilst drinking wine. Much) Continue reading


Three on a Thursday #61


Normal Service has been resumed!

Sorry about the lack of Three on a Thursdays recently, but due to extreme laptop death I’ve been somewhat out of the loop.

Two things this little incident has taught me

1) If you’re a digital DJ, and don’t back your tunes and settings up, you’re a dick. Either get an external hardrive, or back your  stuff up to the cloud. I used zovo and it was seamless, an is dirt cheap for the piece of mind it gives me.

b) Never ever bloody anything Asus, ever!

Right, never mind all that – on to the tunes!

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Three on a Thursday #40


I have risen!

Managed to make a Lazarus-eque recovery after my weekend of knocking at Deaths door – seriously the wife was on the verge of doing the Old Yeller routine, and taking me out the back of the shed and putting two between my eyes execution style  if I didn’t quit my moping. Good job she saw sense, admittedly after half an hour of pleading, else you lot wouldn’t have any tunes to listen to, would you?

Oh, tunes?

Here you go then!

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Three on a Thursday #31


Another week, another Three on a Thursday for you!

Before I go straight into the good stuff, a little admin is required, mostly to do with a little more information on the gigs I hinted at last week.

First up is supporting the mighty Featurecast (!) with the Regrooved boys in Bristol on the 17th of September.

On the 22nd September I’ll be at the Alley Cat Bar on Denmark St in London with Celeste Dos Santos & The Tabloid Queens.

Would be ace to see you guys at either of ’em!

Right, you’ve sat there very patiently, so now you can have some luvverly tunes.

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