Monday, 12 October 2015


Went to an excellent gig last night to see Free Jazz legend Peter Brotzmann.
Haven't been to a gig in long time, a habit I need to reanimate.
Cafe Oto in East London is the kind of venue I like, small with a sound mixer with ears.


Peter Brötzmann • alto and tenor sax, Bflat clarinet, Taragato
Jason Adasiewicz • vibraphone
John Edwards • double bass
Steve Noble • drums

Listen to their previous gig at Cafe OTO below:

Sunday, 4 October 2015

Jockey Slut Presents • Disco Pogo For Punks In Pumps Vol.1


Jockey Slut was a British music magazine which ran between 1993 and 2004, focusing mainly on dance music and club culture. It started as a self-published bi-monthly fanzine in 1993 before graduating to a monthly by 1999, following a buy-out by Swinstead Publishing. By 2004, it had gone quarterly, with a beefed-up web presence, a change which only lasted three and a half months before closure in late May that year.

1. Lucky Pierre • Angels On Your Body
2. Simian • The Swarm
3. Turner • My Aeroplane Mania
4. RJD2 • Ghostwriter
5. Roots Manuva • Bashment Boogie (Shadowless Tomz Remix)
6. Savile Robots • Am-Trax
7. DJ Q • The Birth Of A Beautiful Thing
8. Kenny Hawkes • Dance For Me
9. Derrick L. Carter • If I
10. Michael Meyer • Love Is Stronger Than Pride
11. Kiki • Our Time
12. Underworld • Mo Move13. Danny C • The Mexican (Jockey Slut Edit)

Label: Jockey Slut ‎– BP-10542
Format: 320
Country: UK
Released: Nov 2002
Genre: Electronic
Style: Electronic

Sunday, 30 August 2015

Wild Style Instrumental Beats


For three days in June of 1981, a movie director, a hip hop scenester and a drummer met in Blank Tapes studios in Manhattan and created the soundtrack to the most iconic hip hop movie in history. Named Wild Style, the flick was a collaboration between the aspiring filmmaker Charlie Ahearn and Fred Brathwaite (known around the downtown scene as Fab 5 Freddy); after a conversation at a Times Square show, Ahearn recalls they decided to “bring the hip hop world and the graffiti world together into focus” on the big screen. As a musical curveball, Ahearn proposed what he looks back on as a “ridiculous” idea: Instead of utilizing the popular soul and funk breaks that DJs like Grand Wizard Theodore and Grandmaster Flash were spinning at parties, they would create their own instrumental percussive grooves to score the movie.
To that end, they drafted in the talents of Lenny Ferraro (sometimes known as Ferrari), a drummer playing on the punk circuit who had originally cut his teeth backing up Aretha Franklin and Jerry Butler. The outcome of those studio sessions became known as the Wild Style breakbeats – a series of 13 short instrumentals that are now some of hip hop’s most revered and mysterious recordings.

Dave Harper • Bass
Lenny Ferrari • Drums
Chris Stein • Guitar, Effects

Produced by Chris Stein, Fred Brathwaite 
and Charlie Ahearn

Label: Beyongolia ‎– BEGO 12002
Format: Vinyl, flac
Country: UK
Released: 1998
Genre: Electronic, Hip Hop
Style: Instrumental, Breaks

Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Ol' Dirty Bastard

Shimmy Shimmy Ya!

Ol' Dirty Bastard Gets Muppeted!

Posted by Stanton Warriors on Saturday, June 13, 2015

Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Drum n' Bass

Pls whats happening here

Posted by Aisha Alubankudi on Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Thursday, 9 July 2015

Masabumi Kikuchi • Susto

Masabumi Kikuchi


Thursday, 2 July 2015