Monthly Archives: March 2011


I’m in a right dubstep mood at the moment. What with the Four Tet releases and also the new Burial twelve which Dougie the Postie dropped in this evening and which is truely the canine’s gonads it’s been a good … Continue reading

Posted in dubstep, Koreless | 5 Comments


Right, after yesterday’s self indulgent tosh today it’s back to the music and one of the most consistent innovator’s in dance music, whether it be remixing the likes of the xx or Caribou , collaborations with Burial or his own … Continue reading

Posted in Dance, Four Tet | 3 Comments

When Did That Happen?

A couple of weeks ago while we were driving to Livingston, Max asked me what the Five Sisters were. For those of you who don’t know the Five Sisters (above) are shale bings on the site of The Westwood Oil … Continue reading

Posted in childhood, reminiscing, Simon And Garfunkel | 2 Comments

Crate Digging In Belfast

When over in Belfast the other week, I was finished kind of early on Thursday, so after I checked into the hotel seeing as it was late night opening I thought I would wander round the shops and maybe stop … Continue reading

Posted in Modern soul, Tolbert | 5 Comments

Sunday Morning

My intention this morning was to try and find something Brazilian to play in honour of my country’s up coming thrashing today at the hands of the mighty Brazil but due to the fact that Max’s mates stayed over for … Continue reading

Posted in Lack of prep., Sundays, The Aloof | 4 Comments

"If You’re Gonna Play It Out Of Tune, Play It Out Of Tune Properly" pt 5

I am not that well versed in the recording catalogue of the Move and know very little about the band except that they were the first band played on fabulous Radio One by John Peel’s nemesis, Tony Blackburn and that … Continue reading

Posted in covers, The Fall, The Move | 2 Comments

It’s Friday . . Let’s Dance

Better late than never I suppose. Back to the heady days of 1990 for today’s tune and a record I make no apologies for re-posting as I never get sick of playing it. From the unmistakable intro, the Star Wars … Continue reading

Posted in Dance, friday, Together | 4 Comments

Shit, Luton Again!

I’m off for two days of corporate bullshit and motivational speeches, oh joy, so there will be nothing here until Friday. I’ll leave you with a lovely bit of soul from The Dells on the Cadet label from 1968. The … Continue reading

Posted in The Dells, Work | 1 Comment

Indian Giver

Here is a brilliant ultra rare soul track to start off the week. Indian Giver was released on Verve in 1966 and that’s about all I know about it. The Chantels started in 1956 and recorded for a few different … Continue reading

Posted in soul, The Chantels | 3 Comments

Soothing Sounds For A Sunday

A few weeks ago I did a post on Allo Darlin’ and put up the YouTube stream of Talulah. This morning I figured that it would be okay to post the vinyl rip as this track is only available on … Continue reading

Posted in Allo Darlin, Hangover lounge, Sundays | 1 Comment