Monthly Archives: October 2011


Another week, another regime toppled… Gadaffi became the latest bloodied poster boy in an increasing glut of war porn that fills our screens, caught gasping his last few breaths on this Earth, to the delight and fascination of millions of … Continue reading

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Brothers Vibe

Digging through the vaults we’ve just found an old interview with Brothers Vibe by Jane Fitz. since we love Tony at Faith we thought you’d us to put it on line. JF: You have been making music for ages. Why … Continue reading

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Strobelight Honey

The third release on Strobelight Honey will be available in all good records shops soon. This release sees Sheffield based Solid State perform his re-edit voodoo on two jackin tracks from the eighties and one original cut.  Each cut takes … Continue reading

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Body and Soul

To celebrate the release of the new 15 years of Body and Soul Mix CD by the legendary residents we’ve dug back into our vaults for a collection Body and Soul memories that we run in a very early issue … Continue reading

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Kate Simko

According to folk who know about such things, Kate Simko is the real deal. Labelled both a crack producer and killer DJ, she is known to cut it with the best. Yet such descriptions seem at first glance incongruous with … Continue reading

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Jenifa Mayanja

Jenifa Mayanja makes deep, emotional house music. The stay-home mum lives in Connecticut with her partner and two kids, and in-between, she makes complex yet instant beats. Born in Uganda, she transplanted to the US as a teen, went to … Continue reading

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Mat Playford

Mat Playford grew up listening to leg-warmer-esq ‘80s music in his mum’s dance studio in St Alban’s. He graduated to study music in Leeds around the time the city was a hub of British dance music. He has built himself … Continue reading

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Phil Weeks

Going strong for over 10 years, the time was right for Robsoul Recordings to consult their immense archive and bring some old gems into the digital world (30 to be precise) in the shape of The Underground Chronicles. Mike Boorman … Continue reading

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EVEN in these days of genre defying, bending and splitting, South African electronic jazz fusion anyone? Should it take your fancy then Goldfish could be right up your street as the UK leg of the band’s European tour hits these … Continue reading

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What I like about the new mix CD by Federico Molinari on his own label Oslo called ‘No Way To Norway’ is that I have no idea of the track listing. This is a mix CD of exclusive unreleased tracks. … Continue reading

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