Saturday, 24 December 2016

Mighty Ethnic - Free Style

Re-up as requested below. Might get in to a few more posts next year, we'll see how much time I have to spare. Happy Christmas.

Friday, 23 September 2016

Caveman - Talkin' Bout Streetlife (The Principle Remixes)

The Principle was a very important part of the Caveman crew and when he left I think Caveman suffered. Their first LP was a really excellent debut , the difficult second LP was a bit of a let down for me and that was mostly due to the fact that the music was pretty ordinary except for these two tracks which I think were the best two tracks on there. So the LP was sold and the 12" was kept and is the only Caveman 12" I still have today. And I'm a sucker for just about any song that uses that killer 'Letha' break. Ill.

Thursday, 15 September 2016

S.O.E. - Verbal Assassin

Saw this on soundcloud, not the whole thing but the taster track, Verbal Assassin' is most definitely a magnificent bastard of a tune. Available for download at the time of writing and if this is anything to go by then I can't wait to hear the rest of it. Solid UK pressure for sure.

Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Suggestion Of The Week - Sound Of Fury - Rising From The Ashes

This is one you don't want to miss. Six tracks resurrected and pressed up for the first time on wax and released on the excellent Britcore Rawmance imprint. Comes in colour picture sleeve and printed insert with a little history on the crew. Disorda's got 'em in right now and he's the only man in the UK as far as I know to be stocking copies so far. Essential.

Tuesday, 30 August 2016

Suggestion Of The Week - The Mantis Chapter - Iceni Kings / Nightfall One

Just copped one of these, label states '2015' as the release date but the discogs entry states '2016' so I'm not entirely sure but there's plenty available and you should get yourself one soon. Perhaps somebody could clarify as I don't remember it being around any time last year so maybe there was a delay or something.

Thursday, 25 August 2016

Mighty Ethnic - Free Style

I've been lucky just of late to get a few records that have been on the wants list for donkey's, this being one of them. OK, so the label's somewhat knackered and the vinyl to look at you would say has seen better days but it sounds superb. Classic golden era UK business at it's very best is what we have right here and a personal fave from long ago has been added to to the crates nearly thirty years after it dropped. I am so not young any more.