Friday, August 19, 2005

Lewis-D delivers a broken Justyce

Yo Baby (Lewis-D Remix) - Lady Justyce

This is the first outing for raw new London MC talent Lady Justyce. Just 15 when it was recorded this should put her right up there with the other nobility of the emerging London urban scene.

Bringing a broken flavour to proceedings Lewis-D is on remix duties, the man behind Spiritual South's floor-filler 'Green Gold'

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Lady Justyce
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Thursday, August 18, 2005

A D&B Love song

Love (d&b bootleg mix)- Jill Scott

Took me ages to find out this was a bootleg mix of a Jill Scott tune, her classy vocal lifts this above other similar d&b efforts of the time and goes down very well on the dancefloor!

Try Gemm for the now hard to find 12"

Björk Gets Strung Out

Hyper Ballad (Brodsky Quartet Version)- Björk

Formed in Manchester in the '70s when the members were barely in their teens The Brodsky Quartet are now as famous for their crossover work with Elvis Costello and Paul McCartney as they are for their classical work.

One of my favourite tracks from Björk, there seemed to be a million different mixes of it with this the stand out in my opinion. It appeared on Telegram an album of remixes of tracks from 'Post' her second solo album.

Monday, August 01, 2005

What shores?

Good Luck Shore - United Future Organization

From the same album 'Bon Voyage' that spawned the fun-filled dancefloor smash 'Flying Saucer' and convinced me that Gilles Peterson and all things Acid Jazz were not necessarily a bad thing

No looking back after that basically - the whole album is definitely worth a listen

Can you bounce to it?

Da Bring Back - Capitol A

In this minimal techy hip-hop cut Capitol A declares this as 'next shit!' and indeed it is - at least I've not heard it's like - check it out for yourself

Originally only to be found on the King Britt compiled, Japanese only release 'Black To The Future' it's now to be found on the easier to find 'This Is What Radio Should Sound Like' again from King Britt