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LISTEN AGAIN – Crucial & Fresh w/ BELL TOWERS

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We’ve gone enough now but here’s your chance to listen to our last show where we were joined by BELL TOWERS. thx

LISTEN AGAIN: Crucial & Fresh Radio w/ Saul Wilks (Boogie Cartel)

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In his own words “I’ll be hitting L Town’s airwaves tomorrow night playing backto back with Edinburgh’s finest and one half of Crucial and Fresh Tom Russell. Tune in and get a meaty fix of sleazery that’ll see you right for the weekend ahead.”

That was just over a week ago and now is your opportunity to listen again. Watch out for him playing the Downlow Radio Tent at Glastonbury this week.

LISTEN AGAIN: Crucial & Fresh w/ Steve Lee

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Steve Lee is a busy man, a very busy man. Heading up his label (Above Machine Records), fronting his band (The Project Club), remixing for the likes of U KA on Groovitron, under the alias S L O, running parties east of London and Beyond… oh, and he’s a serious vinyl head. With all that its a wonder he found time to come on the show. However, he has and we’re honored to have him as this weeks guest.

Hear what Steve’s been up to, hereRead all about Steve, here on Test Pressing. 

Listen Again – CRUCIAL and FRESH! w/ Christopher Ennis & Kelly Jay (Newfamily

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Another chance to listen to our last radio show, airing from 10pm – 12pm in Hoxton’s MEATmission. Joining us in the booth were our friends Christopher Ennis and Kelly Jay of New Family. They take over the first hour,  expect  pan global percussive house . We step in for the final hour, it gets deep, as it were. 100% live and on wax.


Listen Again ‘CRUCIAL und FRESH!’ Radio with Ledoux and Steve Seagull

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Joining us on  last Friday night’s ‘CRUCIAL und FRESH!’ Radio at MEATtransMISSION were Ledoux (formerly BEN//LA//DASH) and Steve Seagull (Future Radio/Cosmic Pint Glass).  You were probably out getting lit so below is chance to listen again. It’s all live, all vinyl and all nonsense.