Sunday, 29 November 2009


Glasgow's 23 year-old Jackmaster will be playing at Contort Yourself next week. That's a good enough excuse to direct you towards the Dress 2 Sweat retrospective mix that he put together. Like here.


Rod Lee – Let Me See What You Workin’ With Rustie Remix (DTS008)
Kazey & Bulldog – Ballin’ (DTS010)
Rod Lee – Oh Yeah (DTS011)
Kazey & Bulldog – Big Truck (DTS004)
Kazey & Bulldog – Big Truck Pt. II (DTS010)
DJ Tameil – I Get Money (DTS003)
L-vis 1990 – Playing With Knives (We almost released this)
Kazey & Bulldog – Sweet Harmony (DTS004)
Bok Bok – Ripe Banana (DTS012)
L-vis 1990 – Hide (DTS012)
Dikulous – You Know What To Doo (DTS001)
Kazey & Bulldog – Snap Yo Balti (DTS004)
DJ Tameil – Back That Thang Up (DTS003)
Kazey & Bulldog – Fo Da Real G’s (DTS010)
Tactic – Can’t Juke Without Me (DTS-XXX)
Rod Lee – Understand (DTS002)
MOVES!!! – Promise (We almost released this)
Bok Bok – NNTF (DTS012)
Piddy Py – Prickly Rose (DTS007)
Piddy Py – Giggle Riddim (DTS007)
MOVES!!! – All Skate VIP w/ DZ Remix (Original mix appears on DTS009)
Rustie – Throw Some D’s (DTS001)
DJ Deeon – Like We Do (DTS006)
DJ Deeon – The Chase (Demo)
Pistol Pete – Knuck If You Buck (DTS001)
Rustie – Lean Wit It (DTS001)
DJ Deeon – Put It In Yo Mouth (DTS006)

Tuesday, 24 November 2009


Oh yeah, and we're sitting on an interview with the amazing Doorly too. That should be up next week.

(The above is something called 'Henry Doorly Zoo', by the way. Probably a zoo, we'd guess.)


The excellent Greenmoney [Alex Phountzi, formerly of Bugz In The Attic and Leo Greenslade, one half of West London clubnight, yOyO] will be playing at The Warehouse Project this weekend. We should have an exclusive interview with them going up on the main site soon.

In the meantime, familiarise yourself with their sound here. It's a selection put together for Annie Mac [who presents the Saturday bill that also includes Major Lazer, DJ Zinc, Skream, Toddla T, Fake Blood and Buraka Som Sistema] and features Greenmoney's funky reworks of Kid Cudi, Trevor Loveys, Boy 8-Bit, Kid Sister, Aswad, William Orbit and more.

Sunday, 22 November 2009


It's been a bit quiet of late so here is something to noise things up a little.


SoundProof Magazine did a poll of the best Manchester albums of all time. Strangely - with votes coming from the likes of Alan McGee, Liam Frost, Cosmic Disco, Northern Comfort, Richard Cheetham of High Voltage/Night & Day, The Ruby Lounge's Jay Taylor and, yup, Northernights - the above long-player didn't make the Top 20. To read what did, go here.