Continuing on from Part 1 of this month’s mix, Part 2 is a tribute to the much-loved 1990’s post-Room afterparties at 51 Albany Street, Hull, courtesy of my friends Louise and Nan who are both turning 50 this year. I’m sure there are many older Hull clubbers who’ll fondly remember those heady days chilling out, having a cuppa and talking bollocks all night to some uplifting mellow tunes whilst crashed out in their front room. Good times! Continue reading
t’s a bit of a special mix this month as my old clubbing buddy Louise is turning 50. My we had some mad nights back in the day! Continue reading
Songs from the big Chair is one of my most favourite albums EVER.
This is just a quick mashup of the classic track “Everybody Wants To Rule The World” and a beautiful vocal “Dub Be Good To Me”.
“Can U dance to my beat?”
Just rediscovered these mixes by accident. Originally from 2010 and lost due to filing error, both mixes are belters! Don’t remember making these but boy, there are some wicked tracks on here. Continue reading
TURN IT UP!
JK mixes up an hour of BANGING Tech, Acid and Tribal House – a tribute to legendary Saturday nights at Geisha Bar in Perth. Good times!
With so much division in the world right now, what we need is some serious underground house music to brings us back together again. Behold, 80 minutes of thumpin’ deep and soulful house grooves, 100% Brexit-free! Continue reading
It’s the summer holidays so it’s gotta be time for some chillage. The 19th mix in the Heavenly series is a musical smorgasbord of laid-back gems from many genres – nu disco, downtempo, soul, acid jazz, funk, latin, lounge, house and ambient. Perfect for bombing out with a few poisons of your persuasion. Continue reading
I made this back in 2008. Every Woman is such a good track I thought Whitney deserved a more classic version, with gorgeous strings and funky beats. It’s about time I shared 🙂
Introduced by Frankie Knuckles, legendary House music DJ and producer, this is the final mix in the laid-back Lazy Groove trilogy.
November’s mix is another damn fine collection of lazy, foot tappin’ deep house and nu disco grooves. Love that 70’s funk!