30th : Si.COMM mix

Tonight's mix was performed by Northampton based
composer Baz Nichols perhaps better known as Si.COMM.
He is reknowned for creating disturbing, strange and yet
beautiful sound pictures- "I see myself not as a composer, but as a facilitator - someone who guides and coaxes
sounds together to form something compelling, with its
own life and energy".
Broadcast from 10pm, this was an excellent & exclusive
mix from the founder member of ECM:323, remember also
to check out his website for tracklisting and info : Si.COMM

What Happened in  July 04
9th : ORBITAL mix

For this evening I handed the mixing reins
to our very own mixmaster Mr. Melvin Pickles
who spinned up a storm in tribute to the recently
demised techno wizards Orbital.
The shy and retiring Mr Pickles, pictured here
came out from behind The Back Of The Bucket
{Thursdays from 10pm on CRMK} to present this
one off special of Orbital tunes and fishy madness!
Some stuff on Melvin


16th : SIXTOO re-mixed

Following the recent release of his album for Ninja Tune
titled 'Chewing On Glass & Other Miracle Cures' I was
chuffed to bits to be able to bring you this exclusive re-mix
of the album by P-Love. Sixtoo is co-conspiritor of Buck 65
and has been producing fine Hip Hop for a variety of labels
since the mid 90's. Tonight's mix tho was fairly short but
nonetheless very sweet and P-Love's re-mix took Sixtoo's
album into a weirder and even more twisted dimension.
Check him out online : Sixtoo

23rd : Mr. HOPKINSON mix

As one half of Bristol based electronica-loving duo Stoloff & Hopkinson,
Mr. H has been making strange noises and creating bizarre movies
since 1996. Tonight he entertained us with a mix of some of his favourite
tunes including several choice S&H tracks which included his own unique
White Stripes pastiche 'Seven Inch Army' and other glorious pleasures.
The fine S&H website is home to all manner of audio and visual delights
and is open now for your personal perusal: S&H




Amon inna tunnel
2nd : AMON TOBIN mix

Following the success of last month's Blockhead
mix I was pleased to be able to bring you a superb
new Solid Steel mix from DJ legend Amon Tobin.
Featuring a eclectic selection of tracks from T Power,
AFX, Dizzee Rascal and several more by the mainman
himself, the mix was the first of two Ninja Tune Specials
on the show this month, and both were complimented
with a varied selection of my own choice Ninja cutz as
well as the usual sample madness!
Check out AT online : Amon Tobin 
I left the car key's somewhere round here...
Buckethead
Sixtoo snapped
Mr. Hopkinson on the decks
6th : VINYLISM mix

To kick off a new monthly slot of exclusive mixes
by DJ's from the Vinylvulture website, I was proud
to bring you a great selection of tunes from a fresh
and funky DJ named Vinylism.
His Manchester based club night, Yo Mama! is home
to dancefloor happy tunes of a non-mainstream funk
vibe. He has been digging for records & dj-ing for about
15 years, and has also been involved in a few popular
north west hip-hop groups. His mix tonight was the first
of two special mixes I will be broadcasting in August
which will give well deserved exposure to some great
tunes you may not have heard before but are just gonna
LOVE! He is often to be found lurking here... Vinylvulture

What happened in  August
13th : THE ARGONAUTS in session

Tonight I welcomed a nice young band of merry men
from Hertfordshire who call themselves The Argonauts.
They entertained us with two fine self-penned numbers
as well as an exclusive cover version of a Smiths tune.
I also added my own spin on their indie groove with a
selection of new tunes from The Kingsbury Manx and
The Vibration as well as The Telescopes.
Check out their website here: The Argonauts
20th : LDJB mix

For the second in the Vinylforum DJ mix series I presented
an eclectic selection mixed especially for the show by the
enigmatic Scottish disc jockey LDJB.
He described his mix thus: "Stand by for the swirl of the kilt,
the squeak of the pipes, a wee dram of funk and a whole
free-range haggis stuffed with prog-tastically groovy neeps
and tatties!!" Featuring many vinyl treasures gathered from
the porridge mines of the Highlands, he mixed up tracks from
Atomic Rooster to Caravan and Jack Jones!
Check this link for info on his club-night: Headspin
27th : SIX BY SEVEN in session

This fine Nottingham based rock band performed four
exclusive tracks on tonight's show as well as giving
us a special preview of music from their forthcoming LP
due in mid-September. Guest presenter Ian Johnson complemented their set with plenty of new tunes along
with Garden faves such as Pere Ubu and The Fall
Check their brand new website here: Six.byseven:04
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