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August 2010 radio show on Deep Frequency (Blogroll Special)

Posted in Radio Shows with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 09/08/2010 by Rich

Roll up, roll up, all you proud Pride survivors and festival warriors! You heathen of the night, fighters of the good fight… you masters of the Boogaloo, and disco-licious dancing fools. This month’s selection is designed to iron out the heavy weave and dissipate any furrows in the brow that may sometimes arrive on the back of pushing it out one last time… I’ve searched the blogosphere for a crop of classics and new style grooves. Each one hand picked by someone with an RSS feed to the cosmic artery. Pick us up on iTunes or stream / download from the Deep Frequency site….

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May 2010 radio show on Deep Frequency (Go Bang! Special)

Posted in Radio Shows with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 10/05/2010 by Rich

Yes yes y’all. May’s show is here and it’s a belter – 20 x non-stop tracks over two hours with the infrequent but forgivably eloquent musings of your disco-pilot Rich Recess. This month we take a special focus on Brighton’s Go Bang! festival, with a run down of DJ’s and dates for the diary.

iTUNES PODCAST HERE

DF STREAM HERE (you have to allow pop-ups from deepfrequency.com)

DF DOWNLOAD HERE (you must register with deepfrequency.com first)

DF ARCHIVES HERE

RECESS BLOG ARCHIVES HERE

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January 2010 radio show on Deep Frequency

Posted in Radio Shows with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 13/01/2010 by Rich

Hi music lovers – HAPPY NEW YEAR! We’re snow drifting through the month and we haver another installment of the Recess radio show for you, lovingly broadcast by the wonderful DeepFrequency.com.

*Note – you must allow pop-ups for deepfrequency.com in your browser for the streaming link to work OR register with the site and be signed in to get the podcast download*

STREAM HERE

DOWNLOAD HERE

DF ARCHIVES HERE

BLOG ARCHIVES HERE

iTUNES PODCAST HERE

Unfortunately the snow drifts have kept me and John apart for this month’s recording. Don’t worry, we haven’t fallen out, but John takes on the first part of the show with a mix and I take the second hour. Needless to say, we’re a bit limited on chat this time around, but that means you get more music for your hungry ears! We only managed to duplicate on one track – the fantastic Barely Eagle by Linkwood & House of Traps.

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Introducing Neurotic Symbolism…

Posted in Music Posts with tags , , , , , , , , , , on 01/01/2010 by Johnny

Here we have a duo that certainly know their musical onions so to speak… They first came to my attention when they featured on Tim Sweeney’s excellent Beats in Space radio show a few months ago.

Since being introduced to their weird and wonderful musical world, I’ve made it my mission to track the pair down and find out a little more about who they are and what they are playing at. As it turns out they are a very nice pair and fully accommodated my less than professional journalistic line of questioning, to provide a little more insight on the interesting enigma known as the Neurotic Drum Band… Continue reading

Straight up Afrobeat from the greatest drummer EVER

Posted in Music Posts with tags , , , , , , on 13/12/2009 by Johnny

Tony Oladipo Allen, or Tony Allen to you and me is a pioneering drummer who drove sound of Afrobeat music during the 1960’s and 70’s. His sound combines influences of Africa with the breaks and jams from funk and R&B which reached Tony and his merry band of funky hipcats while in Nigeria in the late 60s and early 70s.

Brian Eno was quoted as saying Tony’s “perhaps the greatest drummer who has ever lived.” So if you didn’t believe it before, now you know this guy is the shit!

Heres the Dub based ‘Straight Mix’ of the original tune taken from the Carl Craig remix EP from 2007.

Funky as you like with that killer bassline thats just plain infectious! Double points if you can sing along…

Enjoy!

November 2009 radio show on Deep Frequency

Posted in Radio Shows with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 09/11/2009 by Rich

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Our latest radio show has now been uploaded to the Deep Frequency archives for your listening pleasure.

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STREAM HERE

DOWNLOAD HERE

DF ARCHIVES HERE

BLOG ARCHIVES HERE

iTUNES PODCAST HERE

Nov 8th 2009 – One Hundred Below Radio on Deep Frequency

Part 1:

1. Pete Herbert – Underdub – REDUX
2. Escort – Starlight – ESCORT RECORDS
3. Johnny Wakelin – In Zaire – PRT RECORDS
4. Drrtyhaze – Superhigh (Play It Loud Instrumental Mix) – TIRK

Part 2: Johnny Rocks/Videodrome DJ Top 10

5. Sheila B & Devotion – “Spacer” – CARRERE
6. Vitalic – “Poison Lips” – DIFFERENT
7. Methusalem – “Zombie” -ARIOLA
8. M – “Pop Musik” (Videodrome Remix) – WHITE
9. Two Man Sound – “Que Tal America” – MIRACLE
10. Heaven 17 – “Penthouse And Pavement”  – VIRGIN
11. D.C. LaRue – “Let Them Dance” (PH Edit) – PYRAMID DISCO
12. Sparks – “Tryouts For The Human Race” -VIRGIN
13. Jackpot – “Brief Encounter” – RVNG
14. Phoenix – “Lisztomania” (Holy Ghost remix) –KITSUNE

Part 3:

15. SWAG – Drill Bit (Jimpster Remix) – VERSION
16. Meyland & Visti – All Night Long (Kasper Bjorke remix)
17. KRL – Recession Beat – WOLF MUSIC
18. 6TH Borough Project – Miss World – OOFT

Rounder Records – you dig?

Posted in Music Posts with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 04/11/2009 by Rich

I love record shopping. Vinyl shopping to be precise, flicking through the racks, scooting for tracks and picking out potential winners, sometimes losers too, but always giving me that feeling of contentment; new grooves will soon be cut by the needle. The familiar crackle and pop of the first play – warm sound. Yeah, it’s vinyl for me.

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Don’t get me wrong – I can handle a download or three, CDJs are fun bits of kit and the things you can do with mp3s are nothing short of genius. But I just can’t resist Continue reading