Another Djax Record with suitably appauling artfrom 1999. This is not particularly dance floor friendly but the percussion is appealing. Broody wee number. As seen on the Musicdesciptions Tumblr;“clammy, ominous atmospheres underpinned by stomping beats” etc etc.
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.
This is an absolute whopper from the year 2000. Another Berlin purchase, which in my opinion sounds better pitched down. If you like Paranoid London’s Sniffing Glue you’ll dig it. It’s terrifying and I’ll probably never get to play it out.
A note about the image with this post. My friend and colleague took this on a recent trip to Tuscany to view some stone samples at a marble quarry. They carve these huge caverns out of the side of the mountains, unbelievable. CAN YOU DIG IT?
“Big Ups” (as they say in London) to Big Sam Telfort for providing us with a first rate run down of his optimal Snack Traxday. 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!’