Monthly Archives: June 2011

Trickski

To celebrate the release of the debut album by Trickski called “Unreality” London based promoters Slowpoke have co-ordinated a loft style party this Friday night. In 2005, the djs/producers Yannick Labbé and Daniel Becker team up as Trickski and tour … Continue reading

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Phil Mison’s Mixtape

What other DJ can claim to have been resident at Cafe del Mar during its peak period of the ‘Chill out’ phenomenon, paving the way for all those festivals full of Guardian-reading, lentil-munching folk who went to school with David … Continue reading

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Prime

Is it that time again, Jungle Wonz weren’t wrong when they said it marches on, were they? Ok, let’s do it- here’s what’s cranking the PDD gramophone, starting the weekly rundown with something a little different. Taking influence from 70’s … Continue reading

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Space

Many moons ago, in a decade far, far away, London club land was quite a different place. Music segregation prevailed in clubs, and apart from Jim Masters Thursday Techno Night, there was no midweek night for the discerning underground music … Continue reading

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Girls FM

London’s house and techno heads were fed a lean diet via their radios in the 1990s. Kiss FM was shuffling its schedules to accommodate its commercial ambitions, elbowing quality house and techno to specialist slots while the days got poppier. … Continue reading

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Carl Craig

One of the true legends from Detroit that has managed to remain at the top of his game is Carl Craig. He’s master in various guises that is able to serve a variety of musical styles yet still remain true … Continue reading

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Pal Joey

Pal Joey was the heart of the ‘club’ music explosion in New York whilst working in Vinyl Mania, producing a vast array of amazing records and DJing across the globe. His productions have recently been collated together in a collection … Continue reading

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