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posted a review of Joi - A Desert Storm. about 1 month ago
An absolute classic! I bought the vinyl of this upon release for 99p. A really great clash of styles and cultures and such a vibrant record. Have heard that it was also big on the free arty scene and at Whirl-Y-Gig.
posted a review of The Beloved - The Sun Rising (The Too Damn Goodier Mix). 5 months ago
I remember this on Radio 1 - Jon Marsh described how to 'do a remix' and I think either had an hour or the duration of Mark Goodier's show to construct a remix and there was a competition to name the remix and win the version created.
I came second in ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - Tangoterje Edits. over 2 years ago
there's a slightly shorter version on this CD too: https://www.discogs.com/Various-Disco-Re-Adventures/release/1844070
posted a review of Psychemagik - Magik Sunrise. over 2 years ago
Agree with the other review. This is perfect music. Catching a Wave is a real favourite. A top compilation.
posted a comment on Various - WTNG 89.9 FM: Solid Bronze. over 3 years ago
Absolutely stoked I found this in a charity shop - all top notch. Yacht Rock at it's best!
posted a comment on Various - Feed Your Head. over 3 years ago
Was looking at this last night as was interested in the System 7 track, today, about an hour ago found it in a charity shop! Only played the first two tracks so far, but they have both been great... very pleased!
posted a comment on Aaron-Carl. over 8 years ago
Really sorry to hear of Aaron's passing, Crucified was and is an all-time favourite of mine. RIP and thanks for the music.
posted a review of Stella - Dreams (Remixe). over 8 years ago
A great electronic cover of the Stevie Nicks / Fleetwood Mac classic. Out of all the mixes my favourite is Mynther / Reents Remix which makes it more chilled than before. Recommended Sunday morning listening...
posted a comment on Rektüm - Sakredanus. over 8 years ago
sorry! didn't mean to 'disagree', I meant to see who had disagreed seeing as you'd made the record... oops.
posted a review of Bumble - West In Motion. over 8 years ago
It's the '3 Russians and 2 Brians' song... I had this on 12" ages ago but it got stolen... anyway, the Weatherall mix is great, one of those progressive house tracks from the early 90's just before the Sabres stuff started to get really hard. The Haunted ... See full review
posted a review of Little Death Orchestra - Little Death Orchestra. over 8 years ago
A great CD, most of the tracks are piano led ambient pieces, some sounding a little dated in places. My favourites are tracks 3,5 and 6. If you like Einaudi, Wim Mertens or Nyman this is worth checking out.
posted a comment on L.S.G. - Into The Deep (UK Edition). over 8 years ago
I agree with Mr Darko, the first CD is top notch - I bought this today in a charity shop thinking it would be some trance noggins, instead I've been really impressed by the first CD of electronic chilled downtempo vibes... right up my strasse!

I ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Stop And Listen 5. over 9 years ago
This CD is all over the place, and not in a bad way!

Both discs are superb and real insight into MAW's influences both new & old. Covering house, disco, latin, techno, jazz and hip hop this is one for fans of MAW and good music in general.

I'd not ... See full review
posted a review of Golden (2) - Wishful Thinking. over 9 years ago
A great CD single from St Etienne Jnr... well not really Jnr, but it's a top release nonetheless. All the tracks are typical St Etienne material, dreamy vocals, 1 finger synths and a trippy vibe. All the tracks are well worth it and if you find a copy ... See full review
posted a review of Art Science Technology - AST. over 9 years ago
Massive FSOL record, sampling The Stranglers... it's one of those very special records by Cobain and Dougans. I first heard it on Warehouse Rave 4 and for me it was the highlight of the comp. The drum break is nice and heavy when it first kicks in, on a ... See full review
posted a review of Solid Gold Easy Amex Featuring Red Box - Enjoy. over 9 years ago
I agree with the review by Metropolis, this really is a classic balearic record from that golden age... loads of old B&W film samples (I think), the Soul II Soul break, and a rooster all in the mix. Everytime I hear it it makes me laugh (listen to the ... See full review
posted a review of Andrew Weatherall - Fabric 19. over 9 years ago
A great mix as ever from Mr Weatherall (and done with records and stuff too). The choice of tracks is superb and the mixing is as one would expect from Lord Scruffage - a top dollar release, that was so future thinking in it's conception it hurts. All ... See full review
posted a review of Sasha - Involver. over 9 years ago
Great CD from the '... man like' or 'son of god' - all the tracks / remixes are great and worthy of inclusion on a flawless mix. My only complaint (and it's a tiny one) is that it's really hard to physically put the CDs back into the pouch digipak thing ... See full review
posted a comment on Matthew Herbert. over 9 years ago
A true electronic 'artist' - Matthew Herbert releases or remixes always have to be checked out... even if one doesn't 'get it' initially (I've done this a few times) his pieces of work nearly always do the do in the end.

He's responsible for adding ... See full review
posted a comment on Sigur Rós - Gobbledigook Remixe. over 9 years ago
Hi there, saw your review of the Sigur Ros track... wow! Just thought you might want to know that Boomkat have it available as a download which might work in the US (priced at £1.70), otherwise Apple have it as an expensive download. Anyway, thanks for ... See full review
posted a review of Dusty Springfield - Baby Blue. over 9 years ago
A great record, alright it's camp disco... but it's the best camp disco. Surprisingly for a record made in 1979 it does sound remarkably up to date - it's got a bit of a bossa feel to it with some electronic drum programming too and the melody is just ... See full review
posted a comment on Vapourspace - Gravitational Arch Of 10. over 9 years ago
I think I read somewhere that this was originally called 'Gravitational Arch of Io' but a typo was made when the original promos were manufactured and the track name of 'Gravitational Arch of 10' stuck. Dunno if there's any truth behind it or not but ... See full review
posted a review of The Future Sound Of London - Kiss 100 Test Transmission 2. over 9 years ago
An absolutely crucial release, and I'm very pleased it sees the light of day. When, in 1993 this was transmitted on Kiss FM in the UK it was amazing! A truly forward thinking way of mixing / creating a flow of music that fits together perfectly. ... See full review
posted a review of Drexciya - The Return Of Drexciya. over 9 years ago
Can't believe no one's reviewed this classic.

I bought this when it came out alongside some Aux 88 and UR stuff - needless to say, all the records were bass shakin' booty music and electro of the highest order. This EP sends shivers down my spine as ... See full review
posted a review of Peter Broderick - Roscoe / Games Again. over 9 years ago
Absolutely amazing cover of Midlake's Roscoe. The original itself is a great record which was made even better with the addition of the BTWS remix, however, this version by Peter Broderick is superb. It's stripped back down to minimal roots of piano, ... See full review
posted a review of Dennis Bovell. over 9 years ago
One of the nicest men in music today, this man's output/work/music (whatever you want to call it) is legendary.

From soundtracking one of the most important British youth films of the 70's (Babylon) to being the powerhouse behind many UK Reggae / ... See full review
posted a review of I-f - Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass. over 9 years ago
Really surprised no ones reviewed this classic. It's raw proper electro and harsh as anything, but such a good record.

I can't believe it's over 10 years old as it beats most of the nu-electro around at the moment. Well worth checking if you're into ... See full review
posted a review of The Latin Rascals - Bach To The Future. over 9 years ago
This is one of the most hilarious records I've ever heard. Even the cover is funny... the picture of the Latin Rascals has been cut out to over lay them on the mixing desk on the back cover and the whole idea is so wack! The tracks themselves are ok, ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Nu Electro Volume 1. over 9 years ago
I agree with Frankie's review above - when I first saw this release I was hooked, I ordered from the Streetsounds website and it's a great price, so I'm not too bothered as the Streetsounds stuff of old was always on the mark.

But, as Frankie says ... See full review
posted a review of Sperminator - No Woman Allowed. over 10 years ago
I agree with the review above, and was prompted to write something about it after seeing this review. It is one of the worst records ever, I remember hearing it first at Movement Records in Southampton when I was a student there. The owner of the record ... See full review
posted a review of Acen - Trip II The Moon - Part 1. over 10 years ago
Acen / Production House really were on a roll with releases like this back in the day. They had a canny knack of using samples creatively and loads of ideas that on paper just shouldn't work. I remember tracking this down alongside a copy of Part 2 to my ... See full review
posted a review of Meso Meso - Mitten. over 10 years ago
This is an odd little release, but utterly charming. At some points it sounds like a child playing with a range of differing instruments and at others like an accomplished piece of ambient music. It's a pleasant listen and something that I recommend to ... See full review
posted a review of Davy DMX - One For The Treble (Fresh). over 10 years ago
One of the best Electro / early Hip Hop records ever made, it's deadly simple but as is with all strong records it's simplicity is the key. The first time I heard it was on the Electro 8 LP - when I was about 13 or 14... this and 'Hip Hop Be Bop', ... See full review
posted a review of Hardfloor - Hardtrance Acperience EP. over 10 years ago
I agree with these 2 reviews above, although I always found it really hard to mix Acperience 1 because after the long breakdown the BPM increase a little bit and I would always forget this... anyway, it was such a classic that people would be bouncing ... See full review
posted a review of Burial - Untrue. over 10 years ago
This album is as important to the UK electronic music scene as those from Aphex Twin, Plaid, Black Dog, FSOL, Boards of Canada etc. No doubt it will be held in such esteem as Massive Attack's Blue Lines or Roni Size's New Forms as being one that defines ... See full review
posted a review of The Go Find. over 10 years ago
A great signing for the on-point Morr label - if you like Seabear, Tarwater, Remote Viewer and even the likes of Black Kids and things like Buzzin Fly, City Centre Offices or the Smiths you'll like The Go Find. I bought 'The Stars On The Wall' and it's ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Old School Rave Sessions. over 11 years ago
A great budget priced comp of what has to be a pretty much surefire collection of great moments in rave history.

Both CDs are chock full of classics not just the first track on each disc and then filled of 13 non-descript tracks you've never heard ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Discotheque Volume 1: The Haçienda. over 11 years ago
This is a top quality compilation, if you're into the halcyon days of Manchester clubbing this is ideal and if you're not it's one of the best 'classic house' comps around.

The first disc has more of the older tracks that were played at the Hacienda ... See full review
posted a review of Rick Maniac & Dr. Loop - Banana Boat Song (Day-O). over 11 years ago
This is the WORST record ever signed to Kickin... ever! And I worked at the label at the time when it was signed. I remember the distributor hearing it too and thinking it was either going to be a massive worldwide hit (it wasn't) or that it should be ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Keeping The Faith Again (A Creation Dance Compilation). over 11 years ago
This is a great compilation from Creation, admittedly not as good as the first Keeping the Faith which is probably the best compilation from the era of 'indie dance' (as in dance music from an independent label).

All the tracks, bar the Yu-Yu one are ... See full review
posted a review of Moodymann - The Thief That Stole My Sad Days ... Ya Blessin' Me. over 11 years ago
I sort of agree with the reviews above, however, I have played it in a club a few times... mainly early doors stuff to which it did get some thumbs up and general interest and I have played it as the last record because I needed some spiritual uplift for ... See full review
posted a review of Sébastien Léger - Jaguar. over 11 years ago
Wow, just saw these reviews above... I've not heard this version and can only comment on the fact that the original and the slew of UR remixes by the likes of Jeff Mills and Derrick May etc are a piece of electronic history and from the fact that I've ... See full review
posted a review of Wookey - Who's Listening. over 11 years ago
'Who's Listening' is an emotional electronic masterpiece, ethereal pads, tight electronic drums and a poignant melody make this one of my favourite pieces of music.

I originally bought a copy of this from Fat Cat in London, then found a copy in the ... See full review
posted a review of Various - New York vs L.A. Beats. over 11 years ago
This is probably my favourite cassette of music. It was the first Electro tape I bought (after hearing Electro 8 on holiday as a teenager) anyway, it's the most futuristic and funk filled thing ever. It truly blew my mind and even when I listen to the ... See full review
posted a review of Nina Simone - Sinnerman. over 11 years ago
I agree with TheDarkling here, this song is perfect, and perfect because it doesn't have a 4/4 beat behind it, it's a great song from a great artist and should be kept as such.

So why a seminal label such as Verve commisioned these mixes I don't know ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Cutting Remixes (Vol. 1). over 11 years ago
Just bought this of iTunes because of the review above. I've been after some of these classics for ages, and they still sound fresh.

The Dub mix of Al-Naafyish is just as I remember it - loads of drops, cuts & scratches... if I could break I would be ... See full review
posted a review of The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses. over 11 years ago
Can't believe no-one has reviewed this album, which for me is the defining record of my youth. The Stone Roses were one of many bands coming from the mighty Manchester following on from the likes of The Smiths, New Order (geographically not sonically) ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Cutting Remixes (Vol. 1). over 11 years ago
Just bought this of iTunes because of the review above. I've been after some of these classics for ages, and they still sound fresh.

The Dub mix of Al-Naafyish is just as I remember it - loads of drops, cuts & scratches... if I could break I would be ... See full review
posted a review of Holy Ghost Inc. - Mad Monks On Zinc (Remixes). over 11 years ago
This was a massive track around 1992 in London and Southern England mainly because of the driving and hypnotic Sabres of Paradise remix.

I remember hearing this at the Soundshaft in London at either a Drum Club night or Sex Love & Motion and then ... See full review
posted a review of Cornershop - Brimful Of Asha. over 11 years ago
Undoubtably the song that launched Cornershop from the pages of NME to more ubiquitous publications.

Looking back on it now - the original Single Version is by far the best here, having a lazy groove and a Bryan Wilson-esque feel, even though the ... See full review