August 1st, 2009
July 1st, 2009
June 29th, 2009
A fantastic tune by Pesare Bad critising the current Iranian regime.
March 13th, 2009
Earlier tonight I watched a documentary by Alex Jones, the American film maker/talk show host. The film is called The Obama Deception and explains that the new president is pretty much a puppet taking orders from Wall Street (the banks).
Lots of people would dismiss Alex Jones and other info warriors and label them conspiracy theory nut-heads but I more or less agree with the facts presented in this movie although some of it is very hard to swallow. Also, seeing Mr Jones raving on for parts of the movie is a little off-putting – I’m not being disrespectful but it’s a just too much hearing him shout at the Bilderberg members through a megaphone for 5 minutes.
After watching the movie, I decided to make a mp3 mix while I was a little inspired by the whole Obama thing. I started with a beautiful track by Nina Simone followed by some Dub, D&B and rock tracks. The music then moves on to some funky techno.
The beat matching of the dance tracks is not great (I haven’t played for almost 3 months – even then I wasn’t that good!) but I do like most of music.
If anyone is interested, I can get a track listing sorted. Hope you enjoy it (click the play button below).
October 30th, 2008
This is part one of an awsome progressive house mix by our good friend Stef. It was recorded in December 2006 in one of our House Groovez parties @ the Southside Bar in Brixton London.
Let us know how if you like it – I’ll publish the second half next month.
September 9th, 2008
Sometimes you happen to come across a great tune – this one happens to be from an Iranian artist living in the US. There are lots of awful/average Iranian ‘rappers’ out there but this is truly amazing.
September 1st, 2008
The Pascals (last fm link)
A 15 member Japanese band who play a range of instruments from violins and harmonicas to ukeleles and toy pianos. Pascals is a mini orchestra led by Rocket Matsu on accordian and pianica.
The Defectors (last fm link)
60’s Inspired Garage-punk band from Denmark – formed in 1997
Wreckless Eric & Amy Rigby (myspace link)
Wreckless Eric is an antique English pop musician, He lives in France with Amy Rigby, a collectable, delectable American pop musicienne.
April 18th, 2008
April 17th, 2008
I was listening to WFMU when they played a track by Don Cavilli called “New Hollywood Babylon ” which grabbed my attention. I couldn’t track it down anywhere but I did find “Going To A River” by Don Cavalli on YouTube. I’m hoping this is the same Don on WFMU – if not, this is still a great track. Enjoy.