Monthly Archives: January 2011

Smith & Priestley 10 tracks of 2010

GILES SMITH (secretsundaze, Two Armadillos) share his top 10 tracks that have been doing the business for the past 12 months. 1. Moody – It’s Too Late For You and Me (KDJ) Kenny comes back and slaps you in the … Continue reading

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Ross Allen’s 2010 View

Here we are in 2011. A slightly delayed start to the year but we all need a rest and as the year starts to slowly get into swing I thought it would be timely for me to return to your … Continue reading

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Fat Tony

Fat Tony is the real deal. Since first stepping out into the bright lights and dark basements of London’s clubland in 1980 he’s been on a journey that has taken him to remarkable extremes – from regular globetrotting as a … Continue reading

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Harvey

Terry Farley chats with DJ Harvey.  My favourite Harvey story (and everyone seems to have one) comes from the Ibiza ‘90 tour when a whole bunch of UK DJs and dancers travelled en masse to the White Isle. After a … Continue reading

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Football Battles

Norman Jay and Gilles Peterson have a long pedigree in the soulful world of London clubbing and have played much of the greatest black music ever made at their many nights and events over the last few decades… but both … Continue reading

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Dave Lee

As dance music reaches a quarter of a century in age, it’s quite an achievement to have had a successful career spanning its entirety. Dave Lee has made it seem easy, creating a multitude of aliases and touching on each … Continue reading

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DJ Gregory

Get Your Gregory’s on this DJ Gregory, the man behind so much innovative house music of the last decade and a man whose iconic beats have influenced just about every young British producer on the current UK Funky scene. Afrocentric … Continue reading

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Gaz’s Rockin’ Blues

Gaz’s Rockin Blues – A Family Affair Hidden away in a Soho basement of the St. Moritz restaurant in Wardour St London -Gaz’s Rockin Blues, a club institution that has just celebrated its 30th Anniversary. That’s 30 straight years of … Continue reading

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Timmy Regisford

The maestro of New York that goes under the name of Timmy Regisford is about to drop a new album called ‘In The Club’ on Tribe Records. The self titled single featuring the great vocal talent of Lynn Lockamy is … Continue reading

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John Daly

JOHN DALY Interview by Tim Gibney “HONESTLY, I’m shitting bricks about it. It’s Can You Feel It for fuck’s sake!” exclaims John Daly referring to his contemporary take on the Mr Fingers classic for a Trax re-edits album. “It’s without … Continue reading

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