Author Archives: freddyaldis

Throwback: DJ Mehdi – Survivol

DJ Mehdi soon made a name for himself in Paris by joining hip-hop circles and producing beats for the likes of MC Solaar in the late 90’s. By the millennium, he had made worldwide acclaim as his production evolved into a more electronic sound. Signing to Ed Banger Records, he went on to release the […]

Throwback: Quando Quango – Love Tempo

What better way to celebrate Manchester’s music history by sticking this beauty on? ‘Love Tempo’ went on to become Quando Quango’s anthem record and could be argued the inspiration to the rise of Chicago House in the late 80’s. First released in 1983 on Factory Records, just after the opening of the world famous Haçienda […]

Nextup: Boddika & Joy Orbison – TMTT

In typical Boddika & Joy Orbison fashion, the release of TMTT has been delayed to the pivotal point of its popularity, generating as much hype as possible. ‘TMTT’ first appeared in Joy O’s Essential Mix last July and it wasn’t long before the YouTube rips of various tracks started to appear, claiming to be a product of the […]

Throwback: EBTG vs. Soul Vision – Tracey In My Room

Ben Watt, one half of Everything But The Girl, started to explore the realms of electronic music in the later stages of the band’s career, which is evident in the ‘Walking Wounded’ album released in 1996. Once the band had run it’s course, he started a new project concentrating on DJ and production work under […]

Throwback: Point G – Underwater

For those who like the early Daft Punk records and want to delve further into the French house scene, DJ Gregory and his series of monkiers are a great place to start.

Throwback: Floating Points – J&W Beat

It’s amazing that this Floating Points record is 6 years old, released on ‘Planet Mu’ in the summer of 2009. Despite it being one of his earliest releases, it’s still fresh and forward thinking, proving Sam Shepherd’s ability to produce timeless electronic music. The A-side, ‘J&W Beat’, has a sharp start, but soon transcends into something bouncy and […]

Interview: K15

Kieron Ifill balances his time between working at a pupil referral unit in North-London whilst constantly sculpting his own brand of music, but the hard work doesn’t seem to faze him. With a monthly residency at Camden’s Jazz Cafe, he also has numerous releases on WotNot and Dutch label, INI. His production skills caught the attention of world-famous […]