Thursday 18th July / posted by Anton Seats
On this stormy winter’s night Anton Seats, Frodi Arnason and Mike Midnight took a ride through the history of UK bass music (along the ‘ardcore continuum, if you will). With tunes spanning from 1988 -2008, we squeezed in as many essential bass bombs as we could – from Techno to Acid, Hardcore, Jungle, UK Garage, Grime and early Dubstep.
Smith & Mighty, Doc Scott, Zed Bias, UR, Goldie and Toasty Boy all made appearances – even Vangelis and seminal British band Japan got a look in when we traced back some of the original samples so central to the tunes we know and love. No mixing, no rewinds (uh?!) – just two hours of inspired beats, banter, historical revisionism and (ahem, Frodi) name dropping.
‘Here is a group trying to accomplish one thing…to get into the future‘ – through the great records of the past.
Re-stream here! (90 seconds in..)
The Reese Project – just want another chance // Smith & Mighty – acid off a way, pt 1 // LFO – LFO (the leeds warehouse mix) // Kaotic Chemistry – space cakes // Ajax Project feat. Goldie – Ruffige // Galaxy 2 Galaxy – timeline // Dub 2 – sensi tip // Dillinja – deadly deep subs // Goldie – kemistry (doc scott remix) // Doc Scott – machines // Lemon D – manhattan melody // Japan – ghosts of my life // Rufige Kru – VIP Rider’s Ghost (the origin) // Adam F – metropolis // Photek – Minotaur // Vangelis – blade runner blues // Dillinja – silver blade (early dubplate version ??) // Dillinja – silver blade // Boymerang – you like it like that // Zed Bias & DJ Principle – all night long // Ghost – the club // Southside Allstars – southside // Vex’d – corridor // Shonx – canton // Toasty Boy – skinny
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18th July 2013
On this stormy winter’s night Anton Seats, Frodi Arnason and Mike Midnight took a ride through […]