Our man Leo is reaching for Scott Ferguson levels of guest mix contributions! This newest one is the third (and I believe final) in his “House Classics” series; the first one was for Real Soon’s website, and the second was for Mnml Ssgs. This one features many Chicago classics, as well as some deep NYC [...]
A few interesting things have popped up on teh web in the last week or so…. The man Kuri over at Energy Flash got the Oliverwho Factory to sit down for an interview. I have almost all the Madd Chaise records, but had never seen anything with these guys anywhere before. It’s cool to see [...]
Ha, I’m reusing this WRCT picture because I’m a lazy bastard I’ve posted here before when I’ve been a guest deejay on the Friday night Re-rewind show on 88.3 FM WRCT here in Pittsburgh. Tonight is their 50th show (I must be confused about that, since I played last year in December when my hand [...]
It’s been a damn good year for records so far; the fact that I keep posting up these epic reviews columns every couple of weeks is testimony to that. Insanity. Let’s get this one started! Back when I visited Chicago in the spring, the best discovery I made was Beautiful Granville Records. Specifically, I picked [...]
Just rounding up some interesting bits that haven’t been mentioned here so far and should be of interest to you all. First up, Rush Hour have finally announced their retrospective of Detroit techno legend Anthony “Shake” Shakir on vinyl and CD. This is a long overdue reinvestigation of one of the most underrated of all [...]
Here’s an update of the radio shows I’ve been doing over at Deepfrequency Radio, since we just completed our 6th monthly show. Show 1 with Dea Show 2 live at Space Vision with Cedric Decoster Show 3 Show 4 with Meschi Show 5 with Slim Show 6 with Jitterbug Hope you enjoy listening to them.
Picked up a lot of nice stuff of late, so it seems like a good time for a round-up. These are all available to buy on vinyl, from your local record emporium….. A reissue that’s well worthy of first mention, and originally only available on this holy grail 12″, is Terrence Parker’s sublime “Your Love”; [...]
I’m probably late to this party, but I just saw this post by Donnacha Costello over at the Bodytonic site. It’s good to get a producer’s viewpoint, and interesting to see him talk about switching back to vinyl. I can definitely see a wave of people doing just that in the near future, for various [...]