Wednesday, 31 March 2010

This Weekends Activities

This is gonna be a long old post, theres lots going on so i'm gonna cherry pick a few, otherwise i'm here for days!!

Soulbrew Easter Party with Maseo @ East Village, Thursday 1st April

Line Up

In The Party Basement
Maseo (De La Soul)
Spin Doctor
Chris P Cuts

In The Disco Lounge
Phil Asher
Red Greg
Andy Bird

Time: 9.00pm - 3.30am
Venue: East Village, 89 Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2
Cost: £7 advance / £10 door

Rave To Save @ Loop, Thursday 1st April

My pal Ceri on this one in aid of Prostate Cancer, good cause, so if your near show love.

Line Up

Rocky (X-Press 2)
Mouj
Brad Hepburn
Tommy Mac
Si Gern
Brendan Parry
Ceri Cross
Jamie Mann

Time: 9pm - 4am
Venue: Loop, 12 Crown Hill, Croydon, Surrey, CRO 1RZ, England
Cost: £5 in advance from ticketweb, MOTD

Tone Control's Take Me Away Party feat Craig Smith @ The Doors, Thursday 1st April
Line Up

Craig Smith (6th Borough Project)
Jose Carretas (restless soul / Son Liva)
Si Finnegan (Tone Control)
and a special live performance from Adeola Ranson, showcasing the new single, ‘Take Me Away'.

Time: 10:00pm - 6:00am
Venue: The Doors/ 217 City Road,London, EC1V 1JN
Cost: £5 before 11pm more after

Transition with Wbeeza, Lakuti and Chris Box @ Visions Video Bar, Friday 2nd April.

Line Up

Wbeeza (Live) [Third Ear]
Lakuti [Süd Electronic, Uzuri]
Chris Box [Runsounds]
Transition DJs

Time: 10pm - 4am
Venue: Visions Video Bar/ 588 Kingsland Road, Dalston, E8 4AH
Cost: Free before 11pm / £5 thereafter

Muak @ Egg, Saturday 3rd April

Line Up

Kerri Chandler (Max Trax, USA)
Jimpster (Freerange)
Milton Jackson (Freerange)
Zaki (Muak)
Manish (Muak)
Hamish Dunn & Dave Lynam (Soulogic)
Kellilicious (Shejay)
DEPORTO (Live Set)
Tim Gale
Pej
Matt Appleton

Nathan Coles (Wiggle)
John Selekta (MOTD/Dusted Breaks Records)
Mike Lewis (Hub)
James Essex (Barcadia)
Yellowcake (Mooch)
Boku (North West UK)

Time: 22.00 - 11.00
Venue: Egg, 200 York Way, Kings Cross. London. N1. England
Cost: £15

Frequencies Bank Holiday Mashup @ The Long Room, Saturday 3rd April

Line Up

AtJazz
Johnny Reckless [Cybersoul music]
Marcia Carr [Ladybugz /Playback]
Lynda Phoenix [DJ set]
DJ Khyan [Broadcite]
TRoy + DJ EXPressions [Lazer Kru] > C3i [Lazer Kru]

Hosts for the night & MC`s - TRoy / P.A.C / Millie

+ Live PA - Kavita performing the classic - Superficial [Bougie Soliterre]

Time: 10.00pm - 4.00am
Venue: The Long Room, Market Towers, 1 Nine Elms Lane, Vauxhall, London SW8 5NQ
Cost: £5 advance tickets/£10 on the door

Wetyourself Easter Bank Holiday Special @ fabric, Sunday 4 April

Line Up

Room 1
Sebastien Leger
Cormac
Jacob Husley
Peter Pixzel

Room 2:
Marcel Dettmann
Ben Klock
MLZ

Room3:
Lucio Aquilina
Mihai Popoviciu
Madzmusic
Kelly Jay
DJ-Esinn

Time: 10 pm-6am
Venue: fabric, 77a Charterhouse St, Clerkenwell, EC1M 3HN
Cost: £10

Tuesday, 30 March 2010

Something to Refresh With..

Heres a little video I found on Pirate Radio unfortunately it wont embed properly so your gonna have to visit the site but its worth a watch, 'London Pirate Frequencies'.

A little sneaky preview of something forthcoming from myself.....
You know soul? by At One

Aaron Ross' WMC Report

Defected and Strictly Rhythm A&R man and voice of Defected Radio Aaron Ross spent last week in Miami for the Winter Music Conference. This is how he saw it...

Touched down in south beach at around 9.30 pm on Monday night. Even though I was knackered I got unpacked, jumped in the shower and headed straight out to the Underground Collective party which is always the first party of the WMC – they do it the day before the conference actually starts – just to be underground! Caught DJ Yass, Tedd Patterson and Master Kev spinning some fresh tunes and was happy to already have heard something new from Tedd Patterson that I wanna sign for Strictly Rhythm…watch this space.

Tuesday saw me hit a couple of daytime parties including Bobby & Steve’s Soul on the Beach party that has become the stuff of legend over the years. Caught John Julius Knight and the Groove Junkies down there @ The Clevelander Hotel then went on to the Mi Casa Su Casa party @ South Seas… a great party with Master Kev and Keith Evan Spinning amongst others. Met Brendan and some of the crew from Afrodesia in South Africa who were doing live audio/video streaming of the party. The evening was dinner with the Defected crew – Spen & Karizma, Eddie Thoneick, Ben Westbeech, Nick Navaro and Layla. Went to a nice Italian restaurant on Espanola Way. Straight after dinner it was over the road to Cameo to get the Strictly Defected party underway and I was playing the opening set in Room 2.


The night was pretty amazing, a great crowd paired with some awesome DJ’s – the highlight for me has to be Spen & Karizma’s Deepah Ones showdown – pretty damn incredible both visually and musically. Also Quentin Harris in the main room dropping ‘Hey Hey’ with the Gypsy Woman chords running over it – a magic moment for sure!

Wednesday afternoon was all about the DJ Magazine party at the Shelbourne, Dennis Ferrer absolutely ripped it up! From old school gems like ‘Brighter Days’ to new stuff I’d never even heard yet! Then Sharam from Deep Dish came on and send the poolside crowd into an absolute frenzy! From there I went to meet Quentin Harris and his manager Lloyd for dinner on Lincoln road at the Nexxt café – one of my favourite places to eat in south beach. Discussed the strategy for Quentin’s new album ‘Sacrifice’, so you’ll have to wait and see how that one pans out.

Wednesday night started off by catching Quentin play some classics at the Paradise Garage party @ Score, then onto the United Records party at The Clevelander to catch Jamie Lewis do the disco house thing, then over to DJ Chus and Ceballos’ party to catch David Penn rock the house. Finally, ended up at Jellybean’s party at the Aerolounge to hear Kenny Dope throw down the beats to perfection.


The first stop on Thursday afternoon was at the City Deep party at the Beach Plaza hotel, Black Coffee from South Africa played an amazing set – and also debuted their mix of the record that was clearly THE Miami record – Dennis Ferrer’s ‘Hey Hey’. Then headed over to the National Hotel, which is always a good spot for a few meetings, plus there was also a great party going on out the back too! Tribe Records were showcasing the new Timmy Regisford produced Peven Everett album; really nice to hear Peven live and some seriously hot records to watch out for on that album – ‘Inspiration’ is my pick!

After leaving the national it was time to head to the IMDA Awards; great to see Dennis Ferrer pick up the award for Best Underground Dance track for ‘Hey Hey’! – yet another sign that the record is continuing to gain some serious momentum. Unfortunately Defected didn’t win best global label, the awards was cool…but I gotta say a couple of the performances (naming no names) were embarrassingly shocking!! Thursday night had to be all about the Objektivity party, definitely one of the highlights of the week, with Dennis and The Martinez Brothers proving why they’re a truly sound representation of what underground house is all about.

Friday afternoon’s first stop was Pete Tong’s pool party at the Surfcomber – Pete dropped Riva Starr’s mix of 'Hey Hey' as well as his mix of Reboot' 'Enjoy Music'! Also caught a great set from Chuckie before flying by the Beatport beach party to catch the Bingo Players. Then met up with Dennis Ferrer at the South African house party @ The South Seas – I gotta say the South African house crew were truly representing at this year's WMC! Culeo de Song, Black Coffee, Christos and the Afrodesia crew – showing the world what the S.A house scene is all about...I can’t wait to go over there and see for myself!


After a nice dinner, Friday night started with Halo and Jamie Thinnes at The Shore Club for an Aquabooty party. Nicodemus was dropping some eclectic sounds outside on the terrace while inside Anane and Louie Vega were spinning alongside Halo and Jamie. After that we headed to Klutch (formerly the opium lounge) to check out the MN2S party. Caught DJ Meme dropping some nice disco house flavours and Funkerman bringing his blend of peak time action.

Saturday afternoon grabbed lunch at Big Pinks diner and then managed to catch an hour on the beach. I think the last 2 WMCs I didn’t even make it there! We couldn’t have timed our entrance to the Shelbourne’s Pacha Classics Party; as soon as we walked in we heard on the mic “Now give it up for the magnificent DJ Jazzy Jeff !” He delivered an awesome set which sent the crowd into a frenzy with a mix of killer party classics. Caught up with Kenny Dope, Todd Terry and David Morales who were all there hanging out...should have had a camera I know..! Then onto Louie Vega’s Sunset party again with the South African crew. The location was at a beautiful hotel on West St and Louie had brought in his own system so it sounded pretty damn amazing! And that was as far it went on Saturday night, but what a great way to finish a great WMC.

All in all it was a crazy, non-stop week that left me completely knackered, but well worth it..! Roll on 2011!

Article sourced from Defected

Monday, 29 March 2010

Review of Simply Salacious @ Babalou, Sat 27th

Ok so this week I turn up late once again but in fairness its not my fault!! I was waiting on my ride no names mentioned Sy.... :-) So I missed Carlos Florez's warm up set but i'm sure it went down a treat.


As i walk in i am greeted by the sound of an amazing vocalist who I have the pleasure of working with Miss Sabrina Chyld, who was performing her new single with the talented soulful house producer Jose Carretas. Jose of course known for being the remixing champion of the soulful house world in 2009 and having some killer original of his own Check Jose out on Traxsource.


Its always a pleasure to see/hear Jose mixing as you know what your gonna get, good house music, pure and unadulterated. Jose laid down some killer trax and had me going nuts and at one point I just couldnt believe I was hearing tune after tune!!

The highlight of Jose set other than hearing Sabrina perfom alongside him(who did amazingly well I must say), was hearing Kenny Carvajal feat. Swaylo
You Remind Me, absolutely amazing tune big up Jose on that. Jose played a wicked all round set, keeping everyone on there toes. Definately a man you should be checking at Southport.



Next up we had Sy Sez, who came in fresh from playing for Soul Heaven in Italy. Sy came in immediately looking to take it up a notch laying dow some serious trax, playing through old and new, Sy even put in a few old disco edits which really hyped up the crowd. Below is a little video but its poor lighting so my apologies.




Then we had the man of the hour 'birthday boy' Peter Borg who was a big let down!! Not in his music, he played classics and really worked the crowd but he let alot of us down who were expecting him to turn up in a Peter Pan outfit!! Giant flop Pete.

All jokes aside I had good fun, defintely worth the trip, so big up the guys on that, seems like we are getting a few more parties in South London!! The rise of soulful/deep house in south lolololololol....

Saturday, 27 March 2010

Friday, 26 March 2010

Danny Tenaglia: The WMC dance


One of New York City's most famous jocks helped make the Winter Music Conference one of the most famous events in all of dance music. RA takes a trip down memory lane with a living legend.

When you think WMC, there are few names that come to mind more quickly than Danny Tenaglia. He's attended the annual event every year except one, and has produced some of its most indelible moments. Now in its 25th year, WMC wouldn't be the same without him. It wasn't until the late '90s, however, that this fact became clear. It was around this time that Tenaglia's parties at Groovejet took on an iconic status, cementing his place as The DJ's DJ—the guy that every jock wanted to see in their time away from work. The before and after of Tenaglia's career have been well-documented elsewhere, which is why in advance of this year's conference RA's Todd L. Burns called up the Brooklyn-born DJ to find out what made—and still makes—Miami so special to him, with a few digressions along the way.

Let's start with WMC. You have a long history with the conference.

Yes, it's been an ongoing thing. It's their 25th annual conference, and it will be my 24th year participating. I had moved to Miami for a few years in 1985 and I had just missed the first one. That's it, the rest has been history—I never missed a conference and it's something that I look forward to every year.

What do you have planned for this year?

I'm pretty much doing the same exact thing as last year. Pacha New York City does Pacha at Parkwest for the week, and my night will be on Wednesday. I will also have Paco Osuna with me. We worked together during Electric Zoo at the after party at Pacha, and there's definitely a great chemistry. I'm looking forward to that. Then we're going to do what we did last year at Score on Lincoln Road, we're bringing a New York vibe to Miami with that attitude of Be Yourself at Score: classics past, present, future—a mix of music, and Anthony Lamont and Vivacious hosting. Nobody really knows what to expect, including me! And then, of course, there's the closing party at the Shelbourne. I can't wait for all of them.


You say you're going to be bringing a New York vibe. What do you mean by that? Does Miami not have the same feel as what you get in New York?

I think no matter where I play I take a New York vibe, because I was born and raised in Brooklyn. But I think particularly when I play at Score it tends to bring out something between my parties that I used to do at Vinyl for five years, as well as when I used to do Winter Music Conference events at Groovejet, which moved on to Space from 2000 to 2003.

I was doing Groovejet until 9 or 10 o'clock in the morning, and then when I started playing at Space it started getting a bit crazy. It would go all afternoon. People tried to put this label on me as a "marathon" DJ and all that. I just go with what's in front of me, but that's not my mission, to keep the people there as long as I can. There are a lot of misconceptions.

What I try to recreate more or less at Score is similar to what I do at a lot of events at the end of the night. I'm thinking about how we bring this party home, which is a lot of people's favourite part of the night, the last hour or two. You know, the lights aren't so dark and flashy, and it goes up a bit. There's a lot more room, and I start playing a little bit more familiar music.

Why do you think there's a misconception about the "marathon DJ" thing? How would you like those parties to be thought of, if not for the fact that you played X hours in a row? Obviously that's what a lot of people do remember.

Basically, for me as a DJ, I really have a love, passion and respect for the word "resident." Residency, for me, meant what a job is for most people, like a classic 9 to 5 cliché. I used to work in the late '70s and early '80s from 9 to 5—9 PM to 5 AM was an average for me, sometimes up to four nights a week in the same venue. It was very normal for me to be in a DJ booth for 8 hours.

In 1996 I started working at Twilo, and then went on to Tunnel, and then it was starting to go into the 10, 11, sometimes noon zone. You know, I had the endurance because I think any DJ who really loves it can testify that, as long as there's a crowd in front of them—and there's that connection, and there's no clock, and no club owner telling you "hey you've got to stop" or police saying "you've got to stop"—it's just going to keep going on. So I think part of the misconception is that that was what I was trying to do. I used to say maybe something like midnight until it ends.

For me, this was something that started in New York City with the Peter Gatien clubs where they would get a whole other rush of people [coming to the club] at 8 AM. As long as the city was allowing it, they saw that as money, and a business. They were milking it too, the Palladium, the Arena, Exit, Twilo. So then I started doing it as well here in Miami because when Space opened in 2000 they had a 24-hour liquor license. I knew from day one that this was dangerous!

And people in other cities had the same expectations. That you'd play for long hours.

Right. It started getting a little ridiculous when I played in Montreal, because they also didn't have a law when to stop. There was just one incredible party there. I was just having the greatest time, and I ended up playing 19-and-a-half hours. That was a great night, but they also expect it now. So, people think, "Alright, he's going to play all day so I'm not going to get there until 7 or 8 AM when there's more room to dance." I don't like that, because I'm like, well, what if I'm not feeling it by noon? Then you're only going to get 2-3 hours. Let's say after 10-12 hours I feel like I'm done... I just don't want that to be the attraction.

"DJs have this wall that they put up, and it's a shame."

I wanted to speak a little bit about your parties at Groovejet. To many people, they're among the defining parties of the Winter Music Conference. Do you feel that way?

Oh totally. In a very humble way too, not in an egotistical way, because I feel that it was without a doubt a time and place like everything else… but that was a specific club, venue and party where I connected, not only with the conference, but also with all my peers, colleagues, DJs, producers that I've equally admired all these years.

I probably have pictures somewhere, but they're all in my mind—all the top DJs, like Sasha, Digweed, Paul Oakenfold, Carl Cox, Farley & Heller—these names and faces are implanted in my mind. But as well as the people from the magazines, the people from the record labels… it felt like everybody. It was definitely an extension of the Winter Music Conference itself. People would go and get their badges, go to Fontainebleau or wherever it might be held, and it seems like that would be one of the things to not miss. That ended in 1999 because the venue was changing.

Do you remember a certain year that was the best, or were they all pretty memorable for you?

Not the very last year, but I think the year before that. I think that's when I had done "Be Yourself" and "Music Is the Answer" and "Elements," and I think that that was a year when the industry really started to really understand that I was not just about deep house. You can never really fully understand me as a DJ by my compilation CDs. I don't know what changed after 1999, but maybe we knew that it was coming to an end, we knew that this was the last year there… but I think that was also a year when things were changing, less people were starting to show up, budget cuts, the internet. Once 2000 came, that was the year where I saw a big change, even though a lot more people started coming to the conference.

Do you think there are too many parties nowadays at WMC?

Yeah, without a doubt. I don't really follow it, but I can tell you that it wasn't as crazy as it is right now with the pool backyards and those private parties, there wasn't as many of those, they weren't doing much in the clothing stores or just finding any place to host themselves as a record label. In the late '80s and '90s it was much more about a venue and hosting artists.

Dance music-wise, who are you listening to these days? Is there a particular sound that you're following?

I would say if there's anybody that I'm really keeping an eye out for… I don't know if they're still working together, but it was the Wighnomy Brothers. I was onto what they were doing as Robag and Gabor and the other names they were going by. Back when I was working at Twilo, I really started to notice, that was when I started embracing minimal sounds that were coming out of Germany, really punchy, and sounding so big with their kicks and their snares and so on. But recently I'm more and more impressed, because I never expected that they would go on to such a housier old school direction.

Somebody else who is so frickin' consistent is Adam Beyer. I see him as a silent giant. The world knows who he is in a way. But I would love to see Adam come to America and get the kind of fees that some of these other DJs get, who maybe in my opinion aren't that worthy [laughs].

I've never really heard Adam DJ, but I'm sure he's wonderful. But I think that—and I'm not just speaking about Adam, I'm speaking on the whole—a lot of DJs need to understand and respect that they are entertainers. Now that we've come into a whole new generation, it's not just all ears on the DJ, it's all eyes on the DJ too. All I can say is that I'm not better than anybody and nobody's better than me. But by god, I'm not a shy person.

So again, I'm not saying that you have to go in there and be animated and do this or do that. I just know that it works better, that the people appreciate it more when you're not just looking down at your mixer, your computer screen, your CD books and not connecting with them.

When Adam and Joel Mull were coming up, they were quite faceless.

I remember when that proper tech-house sound was really big for me—it was faceless. I was like, who are these people. Who's Ben Sims? Who's this one, what do they look like? Cause I was doing this as a kid. Imagine hearing James Brown and not knowing what he looked like. When these guys started coming out in Holland and Sweden with their sound, there was barely any information on the records. So not only were you not seeing their faces, you were just getting a track with incredible percussion, loop, groove. It would start out really hard, and end hard. I was like, whoever they are, they're incredible. I'm going to have to play their music slower, but I'm going to go the extra mile, I'll put it in Pro Tools, create my own little breakdown and outro so I can mix it.

You were DJing at a roller rink in the late '70s, and you've talked about how that was instrumental in learning how to work the crowd. It was a situation that forced you to get on the mic.

I did that for three years. I started when I was 19, and after 21 I was allowed to spread my wings. Before that my family was saying, "Oh no, you ain't working in Manhattan." Which was wonderful, I'm glad I had that upbringing. But I learned, more than anything else, how to be consistent when working in a roller disco. I was DJing there sometimes four or five times a week. At the same time, I was such a Paradise Garage addict. So after I would go to the Garage or the Loft or many other clubs, I would go right back to my residency at the roller disco and practice. Even when it wasn't open, they would let me go in there.

I was working with two, and eventually three turntables, back then I was using a reel-to-reel. I would go home and copy my favorite DJs. I was like, "Oh my god, how did Larry mix 'Love Is the Message' with The Clash? What the hell is he doing? I love it!" You would think that it's impossible, because you're mixing an orchestra and a live band with another live band. But I heard him do it. I would have never imagined that the songs go together. It was very complicated. But you have to do it four, five, six, seven times to know what part to slow down with your finger and what part to speed up. That's what the roller disco was doing to me more than anything, the skill.

I can't say that it was working a crowd because they had sessions, you know. There was the slow part, the fast part, the girls only, the boys only, the slow song. That was interesting in its own way. But I was definitely noticing myself back then as an entertainer. I was the one that had to get on the microphone and say, "The next song's going to be for the backwards skaters only." Things like that. You had to be present on the mic, you had to make them understand what was coming out of the speakers.

DJs have this wall that they put up, and it's a shame. There are so many events with a lot of DJs on the flyer. When there's no one to host it, most people have no idea when they've switched to another DJ. So I'm glad that I've been blessed with a nature of not being shy. Let's say I'm in between Fatboy Slim and Carl Cox is going to come on next. If I didn't get on the microphone and say, "how you doing Miami, thank you for having me, please give it up for Fatboy Slim, hope you enjoy it, please give it up for Carl Cox"… something like that. I'm glad that I do that, because I think that it's just unfair that some DJs don't even get announced. They play a 90 minute set, they came from another country—and to not even get announced? I get mad.

"I'm all about telling people a story...[but] if you only have two hours or less to do it..."

Do you still enjoy playing these festivals? I've seen you talking in interviews about how you have to play a certain set at festivals which you wouldn't normally play otherwise because of the time constraints.

For sure. I think it's a time issue, an energy issue. It's the age of instant gratification. When you know that you have other tents happening, and big main stages, or a big trance act like Tiësto, Paul van Dyk, Paul Oakenfold, these guys are going to go up there and play pretty fast. The music that these guys play, trance, is a lot of crescendos up and down. They just wait for that build.

As an entertainer, I think, "How do I keep their attention without them leaving for the other tent?" So it's finding those tracks that have energy, and have build-ups as well. But it's very different from trance because it's usually vocal-related. I just don't find that music that interesting, it's very similar to pop music. So that's the thing about festivals. I'm all about telling people a story, or taking them on a journey. If you only have two hours or less to do it...

...then you're telling a short story, or writing a poem.

It's unbelievable, people don't realise the work that goes into this if you're not a DJ or a producer. There's a lot of method. I try to give myself so many options. For example, if I'm going to play Ultrafest I might create a file, go into my iTunes, and go over all the tracks, all the possibilities that I might want to play. When I look at that playlist, it's like 7.4 hours! [And]....you can't just play two hours of new music that they don't know, you've got to drop something that they know. An a cappella, or a sound effect... It's complicated to have that position, that power, of playing for between two and five thousand people in one tent...that if you hit the wrong button they're all listening and looking at you. There's a lot of pressure. Camera phones, media, do the interview before, do the interview after. It's overwhelming. That's the word.

Do you ever think about stopping?

In two weeks I'm turning 49, and I've got no signs of stopping any time soon. I'm going to spend all of 2010 figuring out what I might possibly want to do, and then get back to everyone when I turn 50. I want to surprise myself. 50 is a milestone. So I need to come up with something. Something new, maybe a residency.


Sourced From RA

Thursday, 25 March 2010

Ramon Tapia Album Sunka Sunka + Tracks & Mixes

Ramon Tapia will release Sunka Sunka this April on Great Stuff Recordings.

The Belgian DJ and producer has released more than 20 records since his debut in 2004, but Sunka Sunka will be his first foray into full-length territory. The album collects tunes from his last several releases, plus four previously unreleased cuts, including "I Want You," a collaboration with Dutch producer Secret Cinema. All of the tracks were recorded in Tapia's bedroom studio in Antwerp, and many were club tested at the nearby Café D’Anvers.

Tracklist
01. Sunka Sunka
02. Colorz
03. You Know
04. Carousel feat. Neka
05. The Digg
06. Nature Calls
07. Eve
08. Wet Lips
09. Stronkie
10. Say What
11. I Want You feat. Secret Cinema
12. Start it Up

Great Stuff will release Sunka Sunka on April 19th, 2010.

RAMON TAPIA SUNKA SANKA ALBUM SINGLE's  by  Ramon Tapia

Also a great mix from Ramon
Ramon Tapia --Set jan 2010  by  Ramon Tapia

An the quick little mix from me....

Deep Flavours Mix By At One  by  At One

Wednesday, 24 March 2010

This Weekends Activities

T Bear @ T Bar, Fri 26th March

Line Up

Kerri Chandler
2 BEARS
JOHNNY ROCK
DAVE JONES

Time: 9pm - 6am
Venue: T Bar, 18 - 22 Houndsditch, Aldgate, London EC3A 7LP
Cost: £8 all night

An Evening with Krafty Kuts @ matter, Fri 26th March
Not house but a superb Hip Hop Line up.
Line Up

DJ Premier
Krafty Kuts
The Nextmen
Utah Saints
Will Bailey (Bass Weazal)
Nathan 'Flutebox' Lee (live)
A Skillz
Adsorb + more tba

Time: 10pm - 6am
Venue: matter, The O2, Peninsula Square, London SE10 0DY
Cost: £12 advance

Simply Salacious Parties Jose Carretas, Sy Sez @ Babalou, Sat 27th March

PICK OF THE WEEK

Line Up

Jose Carretas (Restless Soul)
Sy Sez (Soulheaven)
Peter Borg (SSP)
Carlos Florez (For the Love)

FREE PROMO MIX FOR EVENT
Peter Borg Promo Mix

Web: http://www.simplysalacious.co.uk/
Time: 10pm - 6am
Venue: Babalou, The Crypt, St Matthews Church. Brixton. SW2 1JF
Cost: £8/£10/£12
Click Here To Buy Ticket


Hi Tek Soul @ Ministry Of Sound, Sat 27th March

Line Up

Box:
Derrick May
Osunlade
Theo Parrish

103:
Jim Masters
Alexander Robotnick
Kirk Degiorgio
Tomoki Tamura

Loft:
MICRON featuring
Danny Raper [KeToLoCo]
Make Me DJs
Presuming Ed [Furthur Project]
Micron DJs: isaacSMILE, Ronny Gill, Tommasso, Tom Buxton

Baby Box: Electronic Sessions
Stefan B
Ashley Borg
Quanta

Time: 11.00pm - 07.00am
Venue: Ministry Of Sound, 103 Gaunt Street, Elephant & Castle, London, SE1 6DP
Cost: £15 Advance / £10 Students / £6 From 4am

Lost present Spacebase - Benji B and Steve Bicknell @ Plastic People, Sat 27th March

Line Up

Benji B

STEVE BICKNELL

Time: 10.30pm - 4:00am
Venue: Plastic People, 147-149 Curtain Road, Old Street, EC2A 3QE
Cost: £6 / £7






You Got Soul? presents.. Bugz In The Attic @ Jamm, Sat 27th March

Line Up

Bugz in the Attic DJ Set
Neil Pierce (Fanatix)
Richie Fingers
Digitalsoul London
Jimmy Read
Marcus Anthony
Matty D
Uncle Nevel
Scott Walker

Time: 10pm - 6am
Venue: Jamm, 261 Brixton Road, Brixton, London SW9 6LH
Cost: £8 early bird, £10 advance, £12 door

Tuesday, 23 March 2010

Time To Review Some Miami Music

So its that week of the year where everyone says there tune is a Miami hit!!! (But the truth is its not). So I am here to tell you what I think should come out of Miami championed with this tittle and its not just one thing, oh no no no (said in a Churchill dog fashion).

Phil Asher Feat. SPRY - TEXTYA (Chachalekpafun)











Textya is part of a series of trax with Phlash & Spry, now unfortunately me being encapsulated with Phils "Blak'n'Spanish" release with Afronaught, I managed to over look certain elements on this one until this saturday just gone at Deep Cover, when Phil dropped the Afrotech version which immediately caught my attention. In my defence I did know already as you can see from earlier in the blog (click here) but sometimes you miss how deep something really goes, so apologies to Phil on that. Personal picks are the Club mix and Congo Afrotech mix both no brainers, working everywhere.

Moving on track by track........

1) Club Mix (8:54) - Is rife with elements and textures that you notice the more you listen, a deep soulful journey that takes you where you need to be. With Excellent drums & percussion and music to keep you chugging. When you hear that bass lead, You know what time it is!!
Phil Asher Feat SPRY - TEXTYA (Chachalekpafun) by restless soul

2) Natural Mix (7:50) - is a stripped down version of club mixed aimed at your love for deepness.

3) Lost Heroes Revision (Congo Afrotech Version 1) (9:49) - Heres the part I over looked these mixes by lost heroes are dope, taking you back to your ancestral roots with hard beats, bass and chants like no other.

4) Lost Heroes Revision (Congo Minimal Version) (8:14) - Stripped down and beaty.

5) Lost Heroes Revision (Deeper Version 2) (10:03) - This edit is crazy techy, it just makes u wanna groove.

The Lost Heroes Edits are remixed by Christian Pronovost for Lost Heroes Out Of Montreal. Which takes this to another level with the help of the Amazing vocal Talent of Mabika. This is a package of niceness wrapped up in a ball Restless Soul.

Lastly I jus have to say GO AND BUY IT QUICK, this is real heat........
Phil Asher Feat. SPRY - TEXTYA (Chachalekpafun) - Traxsource.com - the best House Music WAV and MP3 downloads

Also you should be watching out for these forthcoming release on Restless Soul which I have been lucky enough to have been kept in the loop for.....

BAH SAMBA - Reach Inside (Sean McCabe Mixes) - Bah Samba and restless soul have the pleasure of exclusively releasing a Bah Samba Classic. Rising star Sean McCabe remixes Reach Inside with great intensity - adding guitar and saxophone he gives us his interpretation of the underground anthem. Loving this one a very nice re-work on the original pure soulful house.

AC LAYNE - Addicted feat Selina Campbell - A C Layne's stunning debut on restless soul has two vocal and instrumental cuts. Both Deep House, and both designed to blow your mind across the dance floor.
Addicted features the Sublime Vocals of Selina Campbell, who delivers a stunning sultry performance. Let's Go is a homage-style mix with a modern Slant, not too dissimilar from some of restless soul's Deep House favourites from the 80's/90's with A C Layne certainly coming on strong. Killa vocal on this with a gourmet soulful house sound, total support on this.
A.C. Layne - Addicted / Lets Go - Traxsource.com - the best House Music WAV and MP3 downloads

Karizma ft Monique Bingham - Good Morning EP (Incl. Osunlade & Atjazz Mixes)

This Package is also the real deal, now if you copped "Karizma - A Mind Of Its Own V2.0" you would know this is beautiful music, Karizma teams up with Monique Bingham my favourite house music vocalist of all time, anything she touches is gold, and I would love to work with her.

Anyway this package is full of dope remixes, of 'good morning' and 'Groove A 'K' Ordingly'. I think you will find yourself in love with tho vocal on 'good morning' and although I like both mixes alot I'm playing the Karizma mix out fo'sure. An Groove Da Dub for me kills it.

1) Good Morning feat. Monique Bingham (Yoruba Soul Mix) (4:33) - If you listen to Osunlades radio show you know what your getting here, a dope mix filled with soul and emotion with great strings & keys.

2) Good Morning feat. Monique Bingham (Kaytronik Remix) (6:14) - Do I really need to say anything? dope track, dope vocal, solid all round. Just what it needs to touch dancefloors all over.

3) Groove A 'K' Ordingly (Atjazz Remix) (7:38) - At Jazz is jus churnin' 'em out, If you follow my blog you should know this, hes always on U-stream remixing.

4) Groove A 'K' Ordingly (Deep Order Dub) (6:13) - For me this is how you add emotion to a hard track, nuff said.

5) Groove Da Dub (Karizma Dub) (5:22) - This dub is set to just get you in hype mode a wicked edit on the original.


Karizma - Good Morning EP (Incl. Osunlade & Atjazz Mixes) - Traxsource.com - the best House Music WAV and MP3 downloads


Unfortunately as much I would love to I cant sit and write reviews all day I can't so, I will give you direct links to traxsource to go Cop 'all this MIAMI HEAT

Bopstar feat Baby Sol - Material Thing (Incl. Aaron Ross & Zed Bias Mixes) - Traxsource.com - the best House Music WAV and MP3 downloads

AphroDisiax feat Coree Richards - Outta Time - Traxsource.com - the best House Music WAV and MP3 downloads

Toni Guerlin - Su Cuerpo / La Priere / Ball and Chain - Traxsource.com - the best House Music WAV and MP3 downloads

Vinyl only till 1st of April on this one (hence a couple links)
ALTERED NATIVES, Believe In Me - Boomkat
ALTERED NATIVES, Believe In Me - BlackMarket
ALTERED NATIVES, Believe In Me - Chemical Records

Angel-A & Doc Link - Lifts Me Higher (Incl. Jon Cutler, Jose Carretas & Demarkus Lewis) - Traxsource.com - the best House Music WAV and MP3 downloads

Atjazz & Mark de Clive-Lowe - Sweat No Sleep by atjazz


There is so much I actually dont have time to go through it all, please make sure you dig deep!!!!

Peace an Blessins

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Monday, 22 March 2010

Review of Deep Cover @ Dex Club, Sat 20th Mar


Ok so i turned up abit late due to other commitments, I step into Dex and immediately could tell the vibe was building nicely courtesy of PowderSoul. Playing some wicked classic house trax and opening nicely for Phil Asher.


Then came Phils turn, as always a solid performance from the machine that is Phlash, playing some serious new pressure and some oldskool heat which had the crowd eating out of his hand setting a good stead. Phil played through his two hours with a solid performance as always and really worked the crowd up to hear Andy Ward building the pressure brick by brick in the house.

Also I have to mention the crowd was excellent, a nice mixture of people all there for the love of house music, Just like it used to be, so well done the Deep Cover lads for making that happen.

So Andy Comes in and immediately turns up the pressure playing some serious new heat and afro pressure, check out the little video of Andy getting 'em going.....



Andy played a solid little set keeping the crowd moving through old classics and new heat with an edge of afrocentric beats, the crowd was feeling his selection but what more would you expect from a Soul Heaven Resident??. Biggups to Andy & Phil for representing.



Blue Boy came in with some real soulful and deep house, at first I thought it was a real change and he might loose the crowd but he really got them going, getting deep and darker as the night went on. Playing a very educated house set, showing his knowledge and love for the music.




Simon Boi, well i have to be honest i left before hearing him mix, I had an overdue appointment with my bed!! But what I will say is : WELL F*CKING DONE FOR PUTTING ON A GREAT NIGHT, really giving south london a night to call its own.

Deep Cover will be receiving full support from myself and I fully encourage you to go down if you missed this one. Also I may try to arrange a discount, for all people who read this blog and stay up-to-date.... but we will see..... Hopefully there is lost to come from the boys at Deep Cover, Congrats lads.




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Peace an Blessins

At One

Saturday, 20 March 2010

Deep Flavours Mix By (moi) At One

Ok so its been along time since I have had the chance to record a mix, been locked away in the studio and yesterday I went to see my friend Ceri Cross & ultimately ended up recording a little mix, nothing special and unplanned but you know how it is. So anyway I present to you a mixture of deep house flavours from me.

Hit me up let me know what you think on Twitter or direct on my SoundCloud (links at top of page) or you can just comment beneath.



Deep Flavours Mix By At One by At One

Also dont forget to check out my cover show for the Altered Natives:
At One presents The Altered Natives Radio Show - 11 March 2010

Friday, 19 March 2010

Dimitri From Paris, gets Down With The Philly Sound!!


Dimitri From Paris will release his fifth compilation for BBE in May, entitled Get Down With The Philly Sound. This CD is set to be an all out banger, if you are a real house Dj you will have some disco edits under your belt so make sure you get to know.

This particular selection focuses on the Philadelphia disco sound that was so successful throughout the '70s, and paved the way for disco fever to spread across the United States. Most of the Philly disco material was actually recorded by a single set of players and producers (including Trammps founder Earl Young, Salsoul Orchestra originator Vince Montana, Norman Harris and TJ Tindall amongst others), whose signature sound of silky strings, propulsive bass and a pumping four-to-the-floor beat, eclipsed the popularity of Motown by 1975. Producers Gamble & Huff have now opened up their archive of multi-track tapes for the first time to an external label, giving Dimitri the chance to work his magic in a more sophisticated way than usual.

The main double CD package will be limited to 10,000 copies, with the first disc containing the original versions of classic tracks such as Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes' "The Love I Lost," Carl Bean's "I Was Born This Way," and The Trammps' "The Night The Lights Went Out," with the second used to showcase nine of Dimitri's extended edits. Current plans are also to release four additional 12-inch samplers, with the first three containing Dimitri's edits (with three cuts exclusive to the vinyl), and the fourth set to include exclusive new re-rubs by original disco edit kings Tom Moulton, John Morales and Francois Kevorkian.

Tracklist
CD1:
01. Teddy Pendergrass - You Can't Hide From Yourself
02. Eddie Kendricks - He's A Friend
03. Philly Devotions - Hurt So Bad
04. Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes - Bad Luck pt. 1 & 2
05. The Jacksons - Living Together
06. Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes - Tell The World How I Feel About 'Cha Baby
07. John Davis & The Monster Orchestra - Night and Day
08. Carl Bean - I Was Born This Way
09. The Trammps - The Night The Lights Went Out
10. Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes - The Love I Lost
11. Charles Mann - Do It Again
12. Teddy Pendergrass - The More I Get, The More I Want
13. T.J.M. - I Don’t Need No Music

CD2:
01. Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes - The Love I Lost (Dimitri from Paris Super Disco Blend)
02. Philly Devotions - Hurt So Bad (Dimitri from Paris Super Disco Blend)
03. The Jacksons - Living Together (a Dimitri from Paris Disco Re-Edit)
04. Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes - Bad Luck (a Dimitri from Paris Disco Re-Edit)
05. Teddy Pendergrass - The More I Get, The More I Want (Dimitri from Paris Super Disco Blend)
06. Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes - Tell The World How I Feel About 'Cha Baby (a DfP Disco Re-Edit)
07. Teddy Pendergrass - You Can’t Hide From Yourself (Dimitri from Paris Super Disco Blend)
08. Eddie Kendricks - He's A Friend (Dimitri from Paris Super Disco Blend)
09. The Trammps - The Night The Lights Went Out (a Dimitri from Paris Disco Re-Edit)

BBE will release the CD edition of Get Down With The Philly Sound on May 17th, 2010.
(Sourced from RA)



ALSO A QUICK WARNING IF YOU ARE A PRODUCER OR A DJ WITH EXCLUSIVE MATERIAL

Ther is a Dj from Spain who goes by the name of DJ PS, he is renowned for hacking AIM/iChat accounts and stealing from your desktop (so i hear). So if your approached or contacted jus say NO!!!! If you google him and look at his tracklistings you will see what i mean, the dates he has things, leaves alot to be desired :-S!!!

Thursday, 18 March 2010

Some Interesting Reads, Views and Audio....

Found an intresting article on a lesser known label, that seem to only just be getting the credit they deserve. Check out this article on the label "Third Ear". Third Ear Article Link



DSoH #326 1st hour by Lars Behrenroth

Wednesday, 17 March 2010

This Weekends Activities

Ok after last weeks debauchery in music, this week has got one party and not much else!! But we all know and I STRESS its QUALITY not QUANTITY especially in house music..... An this party looks set to be a clash of the titans...

Deep Cover @ Dex Club, Sat 20th Mar


DeepCover launches on 20th March at Dex in Brixton and we have an unmissable lineup to kick things off for this spring 2010 event. The mighty ‘Phil Asher‘ from Restless Soul / SoulHeaven who is one of the last decades most prolific producers heads up the main room together with ‘Andy Ward‘ from SoulHeaven / Vocal booth who is just back from a worldwide tour and playing his first London gig of the year. We know they are excited to be playing alongside... the 'Soulful beats' producer 'PowderSoul' and the residents 'Simon Boi' and 'BlueBoy' will be laying down the foundations throughout the night.
All the £8 earlybird tickets are now sold out, but we still have £10 eTickets, dead easy - just print it out or show your phone on the night.


Taking place at Brixton's Dex Club with great indoor spaces and the best outdoor heated terrace in London. I will most definitely be rolling through this party, looks like it should be Niceness.....

Line Up

Phil Asher (Restless Soul)

Andy Ward (Vocal Booth / Soul Heaven)

Powdersoul (Soulfulbeats)
Simon Boi (Deep Cover)
Blueboy (Deep Cover / Soulfoundations)

Get your earlybird tickets while there hot by clicking the link below:
Early Bird Tickets

Web: http://deep-cover.co.uk/
Time: 9:00pm - 6:00am
Venue: Dex Club, 467-469 Brixton Road, SW9 8HH
Cost: EarlyBird £8 Tickets on Door £12


Also dont forget to check out my cover show for the Altered Natives:
At One presents The Altered Natives Radio Show - 11 March 2010

Tuesday, 16 March 2010

Radio, Ananne & Inspiration Information (Restless Soul) Reviews

Radio

So Thursday (11th), I covered the Altered Natives radio show on De Ja Vu FM, the show went well and I really enjoyed it, BIGGUP to Danny Native.

At One presents The Altered Natives Radio Show - 11 March 2010


After I finished my cover show I went up to see Sy Sez @ Colourful Radio and as per usual Sy had a guest on his show and I was amazed to see it was Karizma, I only caught the end of the show but I have listened back to the whole thing and it was wicked. Karizma spoke on some interesting topics and gave the listners some exclusives to hear and some insider knowledge etc. Also in the Studio where the likes of Neil Pierce, Tayo Maronie and Dan Fletcher.

Make sure you check out the show on Sy Sez Podcasts (scrol to the show on the 11/3/2010.

Ananne Vega @ Ministry

After that we went to Ministry mob handed to check out the Ananne Album launch party with Louie Vega, Norman Jay, Gilles Peterson. I have to say with a line up like that you expect the party to be strong but I was sadly disappointed!! I thought that none of the sets were particularly strong at all and that Anannes performance was quite weak, also the turn out for the party was quite weak also.

On saturday before i went to east village I was up at Uk Flow Tv with Sy on his guest spot with Jungle on the Good music show, i streamed some live footage.


Inspiration Information with Floating Points @ East Village

Now this is party that gets and I think will always get my 100% seal of approval, Phil Asher the mixing machine and legend from Restless Soul always heats up the party with killer sets an original selecta (say no more).


Now the guest appearances where what took me by surprise, now I have been following Floating Points for a minute but wasn't expecting such a wicked performance from him Dj wise, to which he retorted "that wasn't the best set from me". Playing party classics, soul, rare groove, neo-soul and lo-fi, Floating Points killed em dead!! So big applause on that......




Also another guest Dj who took me by surprise was Frank Jensen, who was building and working the vibe all night long in the upstairs bar, getting people going non-stop. I havent seen the upstairs bar like that before, it was crazy there was so much good music. Unfortunately its not live audio but it is the mix for the event so you can get a feel of what Franks about.

FRANK JENSEN - SOULPARLOR - "What i am feelin at the mo" Exclusive MIX For Inspiration Information by restless soul

All in all another smasher of a party from Phlash.

Sunday, 14 March 2010

Blog Will Resume On Tuesday 16th

Hi Peops the long an short of it is, its my birthday today an i'm being taken away on a surprise trip!! so there wont be any post till Tuesday, but i will give you the lowdown on this weekend just gone, an all the parties.!!!!!!!

Saturday, 13 March 2010

Wowzer, The DJM-2000 Mixer



With the recent arrival of Pioneer's new CDJ models, it seemed like only a matter of time before their DJM series would come in for a considerable upgrade. Six months on, and we're presented with the DJM-2000—the final part in Pioneer's quest for DJ booth status of "industry standard."

Undoubtedly the most imposing aspect of this new mixer offering is its heavy emphasis on effects. Roughly a third of the DJM-2000's interface is dedicated to the pursuit, with a 5.8 inch full-colour display relaying the results of your sonic mangling. Effects like delay, filter and phaser can be manipulated through a series of different beat-synched time intervals, while a total of six insert effects, including HP and LP filters, are available for each channel. This mixer looks set to become "industry standard."

Friday, 12 March 2010

March Top Ten from At One

1) Complicated Drummer (Maasa Edit) - Ralf Gum/Alex Kid
"A sick edit on a smashing original, biggup Massa"

2) I Follow You feat. Corrina Joseph - Deetron's Springtime Leaves Remix - Leon
"Simple, if you don't know, please learn"

3) To The Rock (Guy Robin Remixes) (Deeper Remix) - VMC
"Is it me or is Guy the youngest producer killin' it right now!"

4) Make Me Beautiful (Groove Assassin Remix) - Sofia Rubina
"GA's blatant rip of a MAW beat, still works, dont ask me how he go away with it"

5) Believe in me (Aphrodisiax remix) - Altered Natives Ft Sacha Williamson
"Lovin' this mix and the original, go get it"

6) Roots (Dub Mix) - DJ Fudge, Danny Marquez & Hedi Benromdan
"DJ Tool, nough said"

7) Rhaaatid Einstein - Altered Natives
"When you, wanna make a crowd go bonkers!"

8) I Want To Sleep (Original Mix) - DJ Koze
"Classic track with the subtle swing for 6am in the morning, keeps you rocking"

9) What's Next (Original Mix) - Ramon Tapia
"Hard tune, to make you grit your face."

10 )Heaven (Marlon D & Groove Assasin Rmx) - Kem
"When love is in the air."

Most tracks will be available from
Traxsource or Juno

Thursday, 11 March 2010

At One Live on Vu Live TONIGHT @ 8pm (GMT)

At One broadcasting LIVE tonight from London's underground

Ok Ladies & Gentlemen, you can catch me LIVE on DE JA VU (VU LIVE) TONIGHT @ 8:00pm (GMT), Covering the one and only Danny Native for the Altered Natives Radio Show.


Playing the best in House Music, deep, soulful, minimal, tech, broken


Music from the likes of, Altered Natives, AphroDisiax, At Jazz, At One, Dennis Ferrer, Dj T, Jose Carretas, Joy Orbison, Karizma, Louie Vega, Matt Bandy, Milton Jackson, Peven Everett, Phil Asher, Raw Artistic Soul, Reboot, Shur-i-Kan, Souled. To name but a few........... MAKE SURE YOUR INVOLVED.


I will be taking shouts, dedications & requests (within reason) Via my Twitter, so go to Follow Me On Twitter Link Above, to make sure your interactive with the show.

Wednesday, 10 March 2010

This Weekends Activities

At One Live on De Ja Vu Fm, Thurs 11th

Ok Ladies & Gentlemen, you can catch me LIVE on DE JA VU (VU LIVE) this THURSDAY the 11th March 8:00pm (GMT), Covering the one and only Danny Native for the Altered Natives Radio Show.

I will be taking shouts, dedications & requests (within reason) Via my Twitter, so go to Follow Me On Twitter Link Above, to make sure your interactive with the show.

Nervous Records & Louie Vega present: Ananésworld Album Launch Party @ Ministry Of Sound, Thurs 11th

Line Up

Louie Vega

Norman Jay
Gilles Peterson

Live performance by Anané

Time: 22:00 - 04:00
Venue: Ministry Of Sound, 103 Gaunt Street, Elephant & Castle, London, SE1 6DP
Cost: £8.00 in advance & £10 on door



Inspiration Information with Floating Points and Soulparlor @ East Village, Fri 12th


*****MY PICK OF THE WEEK*****
Line Up

FLOATING POINTS
Patrick Forge
Phil Asher

Frank Jensen

Time: 21:00 - 03:00
Venue: East Village, 89 Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2
Cost: £8




Muak: with The 5 Beats (Mr V / Alix Alvarez / Franck Roger), Uner, Coyu & More @ Egg, Sat 13th

Line Up
Line-up /

Franck Roger
Alix Alvarez
Mr V
Uner
Coyu
Zaki
Manish
Toni C
Plastic Pippo
Kellilicious
Hamish Dunn & Dave Lynam

Time: 22.00 - 08.00
Venue: Egg, 200 York Way, Kings Cross. London. N1. England
Cost: Limited £12 Tickets

Tuesday, 9 March 2010

At One on Vu Live.......

At One Broadcasting Live from London's Underground

Ok Ladies & Gentlemen, you can catch me LIVE on DE JA VU (VU LIVE) this THURSDAY the 11th March 8:00pm (GMT), Covering the one and only Danny Native for the Altered Natives Radio Show.


Playing the best in House Music, deep, soulful, minimal, tech, broken

I will be taking shouts, dedications & requests (within reason) Via my Twitter, so go to Follow Me On Twitter Link Above, to make sure your interactive with the show.

Also a quick throwback moment, something I made a year or 2 ago. Still fresh tho....

We Do Something - At One by At One

Also found a wicked lil mix....

Im nin alu by sasha3001

Monday, 8 March 2010

Ursula Rucker - Ruckus Soundsysdom

For 1 week only, little promo i caught wind of in twitterland:

Ursula Rucker's Ruckus Soundsysdom album: free DL: Click Here To Cop It




Now I know this isn't house and most of you will know Ursula for her works with Louie Vega & Raw Artistic Soul but this is some solid hip hop/R'n'B/Spoken Word/Soul. So check it out........

Saturday, 6 March 2010

New Look........& Duke Dumont To Mix FabricLive 51

Ok so I'm gonna be giving this blog the old "changing rooms" treatment, little bit of an overhaul. Just trying to make things fresh & airy, so bare with me as its gonna take a little while.

FabricLive 51

Fabric Records have tapped London-based DJ and producer Adam Dyment, AKA Duke Dumont to mix Fabriclive 51, to be released on April 12th, 2010. Dumont has been around since 2006 when he won the Diesel U Music contest and has remixed for the likes of Bat For Lashes, The Mystery Jets and Mekon.


Tracklist
01. Saturn V - Come Into My Life
02. Audio Soul Project - Reality Check (Vincenzo Remix)
03. Bodycode - Imitation Dub
04. Argy & The Martinez Brothers - Debbie Downer
05. Federleicht - On the Streets (Kollektive Turmstrasse's Let Freedom Ring Remix)
06. Alessio Mereu & Matteo Spedicati - Attraction
07. Gerd & The House Vectors - We Bring U Muzik
08. Green Velvet - They Came From Outer Space
09. Late of the Pier - Bathroom Gurlge (The Duke Dumont Remix)
10. Scuba - Hundreds and Thousands
11. Ieyasu Tokugama - Ryozen
12. Floating Points - K&G Beat
13. Idioma - Landscapes

I have to say, Im not as excited on thjavascript:void(0)is comp, as I am the Dj T Mixing Fabric 51 but we'll have to wait and see....

Friday, 5 March 2010

Happy Friday........

AtJazz Remixing For Prog City Check It Out.....





Also check out this bullet I recommend the Jazz Rub & Astro Dub...
Atjazz & Mark de Clive-Lowe - Sweat No Sleep by atjazz


Also got a nice lil radio from Lars Behrenroth....
DSoH #325 1st hour by Lars Behrenroth

Thursday, 4 March 2010

Free House Music + At One TV coming soon.......

At One TV
Ok so i had a thought (shock horror) why not stream live events that I attend via Ustream, this is set to include some of my own DJ sets, other events and parties I attend. All footage will be uploaded to my YouTube account....


SO GET FOLLOWING GUYS....

At One on Youtube

At One Tv on Ustream

also you should be following.......
Restless Soul

Ok today i'm giving away some of my older trax via SoundCloud, get your copies now there only up for ONE day.....

Apologies been in the studio with Sy Sez an have had no time to prep a proper post, an i'm running out the door as i type lololololol.

Hyph Mngo - Joy Orbison (At One Re-Edit) by At One

Deep Down - At One by At One