Good afternoon everyone! How have you all been? As some of you are aware, the blog has been going for a little while now and as far as I can tell, it’s been going quite well. I have received some comments on things that people liked and appreciated, but in order to really get this thing up and going, I really need more feedback. So, with this in mind, I’ve compiled a (very short) survey jobby which should only take a couple of minutes/seconds to fill out. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE take the time to fill it out as without you guys, I’m pretty much some sad little geek on the internet….O.K that may not change the fact that I’m a sad little geek but still. You get the idea! I’ll drop a few tunes on here as well for your aural pleasure whilst you answer :-p
Thanks in advance!
First up, a new discovery for me but it’s been a while since it’s been about, but Cut & Run is fast becoming my favourite label at the moment especially with their Crisp Biscuit sub-label/series of remixes. I had forgotten about how sick a bit of breaks can be! Really puts me in a good mood! Laaaaaav it! Sample some of the delights below :-p
Some of it is a bit of fun:
But this is BANGING! Who’da thunk it!
Bit of a backdrop to all the tunes being put up today. I’ve recently bought my first vinyl record (Ram 100-get it in your life) and as soon as I got it delivered fell in love with the old school techno-logy and have bought another 8 on top of that…and I just cannot get enough!
Another one I bought was ‘Defkline and Red Polo‘s (Deekline and Ed Solo’s) Hot Cakes remix of Adele’s ‘Rolling in the Deep’ redubbed ‘Rolling in the Mud’. Class act I’m sure you’ll agree.
I also managed to get my grubby little mitts on a test pressing/white label of Grafix‘s Holding on/Unfaithful LP on Cue Recordings. Quality little number that one! Obviously being a test pressing there is still work to be done on it but I love it as it is to be honest (even though the levels aren’t quite right) Anyway, enough talk, here’s both sides of the LP for you:
Finally, a bit of Chasing Shadows with their mint remix of Damian Marley’s ‘It was Written’. Dubstep doing what dubstep does at it’s best! Not massively in-your-face-OH-MY-GOD-LOOK-AT-ME-I-DO-THE-DUBSTEP!!! kind of music, but much more subtle and well blended wonky bass. Love it!
Anyway. That’s it from me for the time being but chances are I will probably be back today because I’m really starting to feel the bug for this again! Would like to thank my good mate T-Bear for reminding me to carry on with this!
And that’s Waagwan for now.