Monday, 12 October 2015

PETER BRÖTZMANN • JASON ADASIEWICZ • JOHN EDWARDS • STEVE NOBLE


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.

Stylo

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

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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.
Wiki

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