I’ve known about the booking for some time and now the line up has been revealed I am absolutely thrilled beyond words to see the likes of Schooly, Jus’ Neil, E Double D and the Journey Men on there alongside pretty much every DJ I love.
Nothing I write here will do this recording justice. Back around 1995, myself and a pal decided to fire up the decks after a heavy bank holiday weekend. What followed contains some of the best music and mixing from those crazy days alongside some priceless moments on the mic.
Here is a link to a priceless, two-hour workshop that was held at this year’s Vocal Booth Weekender. It features pearls of wisdom from Terry Hunter, Mad Mats and host, Sunlight Square.
I have finally gotten around to listening to all the awesome recordings from the event and am excited to hear back my closing set, live on my radio show tomorrow. Join me on Pressure at the usual time to relive those crazy scenes.
I took the opportunity to sit and chat at length and in depth with my ‘favourite’ Aunt the other week when she was over. Another snapshot of life in Britain growing up in a mix-raced relationship and a small look into Birmingham in the 70s an 80s.
A few words I wrote in the run up to VB2019 and a short video explaining how we got caught in one of the worst storms in 100 years.
The 2nd instalment of this 2 part interview, where we find out what happens when Simon relocates to Dubai.
In this 90 minute interview, I talk to one of my closest friends about some of the best and worst moments of his life. I’d like to think this will have you hooked from the very first minute.
Not everyone hears every Snoopy Sounds podcast and I’m sure not everyone remembers all the tracks. Twenty Five Episodes in I thought I’d list all the tracks played so far… it makes for some WOW moments. Remember, catch the show every Saturday morning on www.d3ep.com or catch the podcast via my podcast channel. Tracklisting (Ignore […]
If you are ever in this area, come check me out on Thursdays and Saturdays from 8pm until 1am (ish). Gatsby’s Gastronomia really does have to be seen to be believed and the music I will be playing will start off quite laid back (Soul, Funk, Jazz) and finish off with some sweet, soulful grooves.
Enclosed is a 3 hr 15 min set of ‘Club Classics’ of the Soulful Genre. Even though it’s probably a little ‘obvious’ from start to finish (and that’s just me being fussy) there’s no denying that there is some timeless, outstanding music in this set. There’s nothing you won’t have heard my play many, many times before but having all these tunes together in one mix might just be the stuff dreams are made of for some.