I’ve made a new Mix lately :-) Enjoy.
MOVE D MIXES FABRIC 74
Move D aka David Moufang steps up for the latest in fabric’s compilation series, fabric 74, due late February 2014. He says the mix’s inspiration came from his sets Freerotation—near-spiritual events that brought him to tears a couple of years back. His tracklist avoids big-name artists, with the focus on overlooked gems like Roy Davis Jr.’s “Under Tha Sun” (which opens the mix) alongside material from modern day favourites like Juju & Jordash and Smallpeople. There’s also an unreleased track from Moufang himself called “Luvbyrds.”
01. Roy Davis Jr. - Under Tha Sun
02. Liz Torres - Your Love is All I Need (Dub Mix)
03. Liberty City - Some Lovin’
04. M.ono - Holding Back California
05. Jamie Trench & Angus Jefford - Bringin’ Tha Heat
06. Earl Jeffers - The Goose
07. Darkman - Annihilating Rhythm (The Destruction Mix)
08. MD III - Shake That Body (K-Alexi Dubs You The Right Way Mix)
09. Dom 877 - Do It Right
10. Juju & Jordash - Loosey Goosey
11. Christo - New Jazzno
12. Last Magpie - Roots
13. Move D / D-Man - Luvbyrds
14. Willow - Feel Me
15. Smallpeople & Rau - Unke
Launch party will take place at fabric on February 22nd. - RA Event
" Thrsty Ears w/ Gamme (NewTon Record)"
Tomorrow Thrsty Ears takes place at King Size Bar. This time my special guest Gamme from NewTon Record/ Berlin will be joining me.
Gamme is a Berlin based DJ ( Moritz Spek) who is also founder of NewTon Record together with three other guys from Berlin.
Musically you can expect a fun mix of dreamy disco and classic house.
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Big up to Midlands based DJ N.O.I.D (Wayne Handley) for this hypnotic mix. Amazingly deep - definite beats and killer vocals. To me this piece of work is really outstanding, innovative and mature at the same time.
And now: turn the music up, relax, and let it take you on a journey…
Thrsty Ears is back with some proper house vibes to pump you up for the weekend. :-)
Hailing from Ireland, 25 - year-old Colman Buckley is not a newcomer to the game.
He started making music seven years ago. Since then, he has released some techno tracks under the moniker Dualtec and in the past three years under the name Dog Days, teamed up with his friend Ray Taff.
But it is only more recently that he started producing his own sound:
"Only in the last four months have I felt I was ready to start making my solo material. Since making this decision I’ve been living in the studio trying to carve out my own sound, learning and progressing every day."
All in all I would describe his music as fresh and groovy, shifting from lighthearted beats to pulsating beatlines, coupled with soulful vocals and popping snares, showcasing a wide variety of his taste throughout.
Colman has four EPs coming out this year on Local Talk Records, Music Is Love Records, 124 Recordings and Deso Records.
I will definitely play at least one of his tracks at my next gig and can assure you that this music will get your mind, body and soul into groovin’ at any time of the night.
Share and play his trax, follow him on Soundcloud. Also get “Down Low” for free here.
Check out the previews below + Enjoy!
AT LAST, RELIEF
By now you should all be familiar with Origami Sound’s outlier “Liar” (If you aren’t then slap yourself in the face, stop reading on immediately and go back to my very first post).
Anybody and everybody who knows me or reads this blog, truly knows that I love Liar and his music.
Everything he touches becomes gold so I recently suggested him to make a remix of Portishead’s “Biscuit”. One week later we get the result:
Yet again he blesses our ears with an addictive remix, a modern version of “Biscuit”, accentuated by its poignant vocals and simplistic perfection.
To my great joy he even dedicated the song to me… the New Year could not start any better than this.
Make sure to follow Liar on Soundcloud because 2012 has seen him bang out some well worthy tracks.
The Remix is available as a free download.