Category Archives: Recommendation – Single
That was a long enjoyable weekend. Here’s thanks to an area stretching far and wide emcompassing Chester-le-Street, Houghton, Easington, Newcastle, Darlington and the Boro to name a few. Here’s the first 3 tracks my memory allows from the weekend.
From relationship advice from the slug to sausage fests, and back to sitting up teh bloody tree. Here’s a few stuck in my head from the weekend. Not long now til another glorious 4 day weekend.
As we look forward to the impending Easter weekend which always promises fun and frolicks, I look back at another hazy weekend in sunny London. Roll on Easter.
A week or so ago I posted a few tunes I’d thought i’d lost. After much rummaging, I eventually came across just about all the record I’d lost in a pile in the cupboard. Vonderbar, he screamed with great relish. In celebration here’s a few of the little beauties Id thought i’d lost.
Thanks to those who came to Noizu last night in Durham. Great turn out! Here’s a few tunes still ringing in my ears.
From now on after any working and heavy weekend, and there’s a few tunes that stick in my head Ill be blasting up on here for your listening pleasure. After playing literally at the bar in the Arena…..
Bryan Ferry – Alphaville (Leo Zero Remix)
…then down to Monocult where DeadRose Company dropped his very own last tune…
The Dead Rose Music Company – Just a Bitter Love
…Then onto Basics where I believe Mr Lawson dropped this last tune.
DJ Falcon & Thomas Bangalter
I don’t own a great deal of these precious little things so imagine my dismay this week whilst searching for two of my favourite personal 7′s that I simply can’t find them. I imagine like most things i think ive lost ive simply misplaced them. Or like most things I lose, ive simply lost them. Anyway the two in question are here for your listening pleasure.
Johnny Bristol – Love No Longer
Thank you SPW for exposing me to this one
Eryah Bada – On & On [Summer in Sydney remix]
After catching up with Gilles Petersons wonderful weekly show on Radio 1, I was interested to learn the influence behind James Blakes – Wilhem Scream. its track by James Litherland called ‘Where to turn’ and here are both for your listening pleasure. Last little fact is that James Litherland is actually James Blakes father. Wow
it seems the Gorillaz are giving away an album they made on the road during their latest North American Tour.
Get it HERE
and also Ive stumbled across this cover of the XX, which is another band Im a big fan of. This performed last year on the live lounge
Seu Jorge (City of god/ Life Aquatic) cover of ‘the model’.