George Astroturf has whipped up this delicious tasting mix in preparation for our Sunday afternoon/evening of ‘SNACK TRAX!‘ We have been asked by the ‘Gravy Train’ to take over the space below the Showmen’s Guild on Stoke Newington Road. They are hosting a three day pop up fried chicken shop. Sunday is the last day. See you there from 4pm.
“Big Ups” (as they say in London) to Big Sam Telfort for providing us with a first rate run down of his optimal Snack Trax day. For those that know Telfort you’ll know he’s got some exciting projects in the pipeline, for those that don’t you’ll have to wait and see.
2013 saw Telfort release ‘Outskirts’ on the Witness EP 02 which featured on XLR8R. If you need any further confirmation of the DJ (who also performs live sets)/Producer’s ability then look no further than hisSoundcloud. Keep your ear out for the recent ‘Are We There Yet’ which he informs me will be available for download sometime this week, if not already.
He assures me that what he has transcribed below is a factual account of his day. Telfort, never one to mince his words and always shrouded in mystery has set the bar high for our new Snack Trax series. One track for breakfast. One track for lunch. One track for dinner. As the french say, ‘There it is!’
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Our next installment sees Andy Danet formely or Witness party fame and ‘selectah’ extraordinaire give us a brief over view of his perfect phonic breakfast, lunch and dinner. Danet now lives and works in France and doesn’t have decks which sadens him deeply. Cheerzz.
Good way to start the day, with a song about dreams and beautiful women. Usually I only take a black tea and an apple for breakfast but when you listen to this record, you can just imagine yourself sipping that freshly squeezed OJ whilst you scramble big yellow eggs in that condominium on South Beach.
Today sees the first installment of the our new ‘Snack Trax’ series, where affiliated disc jockeys, producers and music lovers pick three tracks, one for breakfast, one for lunch and one for dinner. It’s pretty simple but it should provoke some interesting and alternative ways of thinking.
Starting us off is boogie stalwart ‘Ben//La//Dash’ of the unrelenting Aslan Institute. When not writing, talking or wearing fashion you can usually find him either reclining in his yurt or in/on/around a set of turnatables. With a ‘Bez’ like status his italo selections are always second to none. The buffet is open.