Tag Archives: Throwback

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.

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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 […]

Throwback: Last Magpie – Club Whore

Last Magpie is an intriguing producer as much of his work over the past few years borders on eclectic and exploratory and yet it never quite reaches that level. Instead the distinct US Garage influences he often draws from keep his music rather light and accessible. There is no doubt that nestled within his body […]

Throwback Event: Hi Ku w/ Horse Meat Disco

Approaching Easter weekend last week responsibilities of ensuring it went well fell in the capable hands of Hi Ku, who welcomed down disco jammers Horse Meat Disco on Good Friday. Honestly knowing little about the quartet before heading down to Xolo, the security lay in the promise of disco – a genre you can rarely […]

Throwback: Pangaea – Space Odyssey

Exams are over. The jolly feeling of the festive season is melting away, and once again temperatures are plummeting. Deep into the most depressing of months and it’s time for a party with another chilly instalment of Winter Pangaea. Tickets have been like gold dust for the past week, rarer than Wu Tang‘s latest album, […]

Throwback: Inner City- Ain’t Nobody Better (Magic Juan Techno Trix Remix)

Some throwback Detroit grooves from the man himself, Juan Atkins with remix of a track by fellow techno pioneer Kevin Saunderson’s more pop-orientated outfit Inner City. It still sounds fresh today despite being over half a decade older than myself, released in the late 80s (the track, not me). Maybe fresh isn’t the right the […]

Throwback: The B15 Project feat. Mr Vegas- Birmingham Crew

Brummie garage crew The B15 Project with the UKG banger ‘Birmingham Crew’. Impossible to go wrong with a dextrous, skittering ragga vocal from Mr. Vegas over a beefy speed garage backing. Apparently only pressed to white label initially, but now available on iTunes under the title of ‘Mr Vegas– Western End (B15 Project Birmingham Crew […]