Ben Pearce – What I Might Do (Karma Kid Remix)

Ben Pearce - What I Might Do (Karma Kid Remix)

Brilliant remix here from Karma Kid on what is possibly THE house record of the year so
far, ‘what I might do’ by Ben Pearce. Moving away from the deep bass and
somewhat dark vibe of the original, karma kid takes the record a totally different
direction, re-working the vocals beautifully and adding in a real groovy melody
with easy on the ear high hats and claps. This remix is defiantly worthy of the
original, some may even say an improvement, either way its guaranteed to be getting
people grooving on dirty dance floors up and down the country for the
foreseeable future !

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[Gig Review] Chic – Manchester Ritz – Wednesday 29th May

 

 

Some artists DJ using vinyl, some artists prefer to DJ with CDs and in recent times many DJs have converted to the electronic age, using laptops and mini controllers, including ourselves.

However, Nile Rodgers showed in Manchester last night he can DJ with a different instrument, quite unique in his talent with his guitar! Now I know we’re at the end of May and the temperatures are rising in the UK in anticipation of summer, but the heat in the Ritz last night was stifling. Yes it was a packed venue and throughout the gig the springboard dancefloor was being tested and used to the fullest effect but this heat was solar like.
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[Video] Gramme – Too High

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Joe Goddard of Hot Chip is a big fan of Gramme, making a comeback after almost 10 years in the shadows. This track is taken from Gramme’s first full studio album released on Tummy Touch records.

Hypnotic bass riff and euphoric hit of the summer no doubt, BBC 6 Music’s Lauren Laverne thinks that it’s about a tightrope walker, having a good time, but too high up to dance. What do you think?

Record Store Day – Is there still a place for Vinyl in the 21st Century?

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As you may or may not know it was Record Store Day on Saturday. Record Store Day has been running since 2007, when over 700 independent music stores came together in the USA to celebrate their unique culture.

This is the one day that all of the independently owned record stores come together with artists to celebrate the art of music. Special vinyl and CD releases and various promotional products are made exclusively for the day and hundreds of artists across the globe make special appearances and performances.

Jack White’s Third Man Records displayed an intriguing and exciting sense of the nostalgic, offering the chance for anyone to record material or messages onto a 7″ record. The Voice-O-Graph Record Booth, originating in 1947 and refurbished by Third Man Records is rumoured to be the only working one of it’s kind in the world. Check it out here – If anyone was going to have it, who else but Jack White III?

Record Store Day 2013 has plenty to genuinely excite music fans – even if you don’t own a record player. Way over a staggering 500 records have been produced exclusively for the event, from music icons including David Bowie (material from The Next Day on white vinyl) and Pink Floyd (a pink pressing of the band’s second single See Emily Play with orignal Syd Barret artwork). Continue reading