Thursday, 28 July 2011

Another Billie Jean.....

Following on from the Duke's Aloe Blac sings an alternative version of Billie Jean video about a year's another version, which is surprisingly good!

Sunday, 24 July 2011

OOFT and more.....

Just a couple of blogs I've discovered recently on my disco delving. OOFT and Cosmic Boogie both seem to be producing not only some great mixes but also lots of reworks/edits etc..

Sunday, 17 July 2011

Ride the White Horse

That's it, that's my hatrick of mixes in a week. It's amazing what you can achieve when you're trying to avoid writing a dissertation. This mix goes out to Ion a.k.a Daywalker, he seems to be enjoying his funk and disco at the moment so I hope he likes this mix. I can just imagine the funny looks from the Puli locals as he busts some moves in the street.

Saturday, 16 July 2011

Scratch me Belly in the mornin'

I've been loving the reggae since listening to that David Rodigan show so much that I woke up this morning, scratched my belly, looked out of the window to see grey skies, and decided to do another mix. Enjoy!
Ps. For those of you with nervous dispositions there's no 'heavy bass' at the end to scare you.

Scratch me belly in the mornin' by bigface

Thursday, 14 July 2011


The Rev asked me for a confession for his sermon on Diggin' it is, some great old disco with the funk and the dancin'

Diggin' the Soundclash

This mix was inspired by listening to David Rodigan on Gilles Peterson's show (it's in dropbox). I was motivated to put the mix together by two major factors: the boys in Taiwan are having a night of music called Diggin' in Puli this weekend. I really miss my friends in the 'Wan (as veterans call it) and would love to be at Diggin' so I could dig what they dug out of their crates (or computers). I was also motivated by the mix being a nice distraction from the rather tedious dissertation I am writing, Enjoy your night of music boys, maybe you can listen to this as a warm up!

Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Sunday Service / Session (oops) Pt. 2

Inspired by the good reverend's Sunday service and the fact that I haven't posted a mix on here since the Berlin Wall fell in 1989 (watch Alex Barck - Jazzanova interview for complete history on the division of Berlin and the music that came out of there), I've waddled together some of the tunes that have been the soundtrack to my Sunday afternoons.