Man went to the Boiler Room. Man skanked out. Man left Boiler Room.
MTL master Lunice dunnin’ da dance as per. Peep this review of TNGHT’s recent LDN gig ere
Large up to Daaaaaany,Darq E,Lunice and the Boiler. Tough night.
Not much I need to say. A fair amount of riddims to reverberate your club chasms, tetchy laptop speakers and more importantly, eardrums, have been released this Gregorian calendar year.
The trend for a number of lists concluding the vast soundwaves is to be overly pretentious.
I, for one, couldn’t give a flying fack about some spiel hipsters use to soundtrack their organic squat socials where they muse about Sartre.
Hope you enjoy some of the selection and see you in 2012.
The Scottish based collective go ‘ard on an international tip in the land of the Maple Leaf.
It’s been away for a bit (a month or so) and if you’ve been famished during summer, this edition of F.T.T should go far to fill your hole. In addition, to the standard seminal selection and future favourites, the addition of two must-have mixes from Four Tet’s Fabriclive and Lunice’s FADER mix should soundtrack halycon weather in the mind rather than hopelessly peering through double-glazed windows.
Zed Bias & Omar – ‘Dancing’ (Instrumental)
Teedra Moses – No More Tears (If you know about the horns…SALUTE)
Gatto Viola – Backstabbin Angie for a Ten Bag (Doc Daneeka Edit)
Mizz Beats – In The Garden (India Arie would fit this perfectly)
Mosca – Orange Jack (Forthcoming on the ‘Wavey E.P’ via Martyn’s 3024)
Myrryrs – Feel U (Teki Latex & Bambounou Remix)
The Touch – Bodies Waiting (French Fries Remix)
Alicia Keys – Girlfriend
J. Cole – Nobody’s Perfect (ft. Missy Elliott) WELCOME BACK
Lunice’s FADER mix Cracklist
Four Tet’s FABRICLIVE.59 Mix Cracklist (The blend into Musical Mob...dame judi DENCH)
Suitably Spoiled. Enjoy.
Once again the Red Bull Music Academy are bringing the heat to West London on Bank Holiday Monday. I’ve been fortunate to go the past two years and it’s easily the best soundsystem going on Carnival weekend.
With free food and drink…not to mention the dope and diverse lineup, You’d be a fool to pass it by. Miss It Miss Out.
Highlights from last year’s roadblock below