intergalactic bubblegum mix – by DyE (82.40mb, 35:58mins)
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little is known about mysterious new tigersushi signing DyE. he is french, young and passionate but tigersushi won’t tell us where they met him because “he wouldn’t like that.”

what we do know is that his imperator ep – recorded in his bedroom on few analog synthetisers, drum machines and an MPC – of futuristic minimalistic electro is available to buy right now. we also know that he made this lovely mix for your ears. dig in.

aardvarck – nose
skyy – first time around (cosmo vitelli edit)
in flagranti – intergalactic bubblegum
why’d you stop dancing – carved up by bambi & gazeebo
dj quiKe – man parrish – hip hop be bop (12 Version)
2 live crew – throw the ‘d’
uncle o – spectrum compilation #4
infinite window – internal compass
DyE – dronn
sprung aus den volken – ackam la

one of our highlights of 2008 was the barnstorming perfomance by kompakt’s the field at our party down at the amersham arms so we are delighted to announce that he is back to play for us again. next friday the 3rd april he be joining us as we take over cargo for a night that is absolutely FREE.

this is his first time back playing in london since his opening night stint at matter and with a live band now in tow this is the perfect chance to sample the new songs from his forthcoming album “yesterday & today” as well as your favourites from the already classic “from here we go sublime”.

also along for the ride is our bosom buddy luke abbott. the synth wizard will be providing live support with his hypnotic and ecstatic sounds ably assited on visuals by the wonderful dan toombs. joining us for our extending stint in the dj booth are guys from the legendary 20jazzfunkgreats blog.

the night is part of cargo’s hugely successful free fridays so please arrive as early as you can to make sure to you don’t miss out.


out here brothers

out here brothers mix – by steve (allez-allez) (52.60mb, 38:16mins)
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popul vuh – nicht hoch im himmel
pj harvey – grow grow grom
thomas truax – the butterfly and the entomologist
bauhaus – all we ever wanted was everything
throwing muses – dylan
colleen – past the long black land
smog – spread your bloody wings
throbbing gristle – exotica
rachel unthank and the winterset – lull I
spirit – fog
moondog – fujiyama (2) – lovesong

for those of you tuning in from athens then put next tuesday in your diary as steve flies over to play at the uniquely named yes it does!! sure it does!! – a roving party dedicated to finding the finest new spaces in town, it sets down at skull bar on the 24th.

as they say “we hate categorizing in musical genres and we do not do throw parties for a living, which is mainly why people tend to have fun.” sounds like the perfect recipe. steve will playing a rather more exuberant selection than this weeks mix and will be joined by plaidmusic djs & the residents. hope some of you can make it down.

g the p

for love nor money mix – by g the p (37.50mb, 40:53mins)
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dj, author and all-round hero g the p has been setting rumps shaking across london and beyond for well over 5 years. those with long memories might recall his part in the its bigger than parties at 93 feet east (along with our sam back when he was still going by the name of deven miles). a classic digger, gav has an abiding love for old records especially rockabilly, jive, rock’n’roll, jump blues and soul and a knack in his sets for making the tunes sound as fresh and vital as the day they were first pressed onto his beloved 7″ vinyl.

his wonderful get involved club at the social mixed blistering dj sets sets with audience participation when tambourines, maracas and various other musical instruments were handed out. it has recently ended as a monthly concern but still will be making sporadic appearances at festivals and other venues. check the website for update and stop buy at his wonderful blog to sample some of his old gold.

londoner’s can still get their fix of g the p up in highgate at the glorious gerry’s joint where he teams up with roo walton and its bigger than alumni leo the amateur and cutmaster max for a monthly jiving frenzy straight out of american graffiti. the next one is saturday the 21st march but until then feast on this brilliant mix that gav has donated to us. shut up, do it, get involved!

the yardbirds – you can’t judge a book
the contrasts – mississippi woman
the ron-dells – lose your money
poor boys – spend my money
benny spellman – fortune teller (g the p tweak)
the rascals – good lovin’
barrett strong – money (that’s what i want)
the champs – sombrero
jeani mack – dirty dishes (g the p tweak)
bobby lee trammell – you mostest girl
jimmy mccracklin – these boots are made for walkin’
the shangri-las – give him a great big kiss
the furys – zing! went the strings of my heart
shirley ellis – the nitty gritty
the pleasures – if i had a little money
roy head – apple of my eye
georgie fame – get away
peppermint harris – bye bye, fare thee well


rundgang um del transzendentale saule der
singularitat mix – by heartbreak (116.50mb, 50:52mins)

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we’re pretty certain that by now you’ll will have come into contact with the wonder that is heartbreak – the inimitable synth duo sebastian muravchik and ali renault. rocking an electronic pop disco sound that has rather marvelously been dubbed metallo their star is well in the ascendent and they may well have claimed the year as their own before the flowers start blooming.

their album, lies, which can be picked up here, was a late highlight of 2008 but even that comes second to their incedinary live shows. they are building on their success by remixing saint etienne, presets, mirwais and tommy sparks as well as producing for little boots. in may they set off on the nme radar tour (tickets of which can be bought here) in support of their single ‘we’re back’ which comes backed with three new tracks, a vitalic remix and a remix of their ‘soul transplant’ by none other than allez-allez which you can sample here. needless to say we’ll keep you informed of release dates on that one.

if that wasn’t enough they’ve found time to do this grand new mix for us. take off your hats for the hardest working duo in synth business.

burzum – rundgang um del transzendentale saule der singularitat
y.a.s./ mirwais – get it right (heartbreak’s heart of q mix)
den haan – theme from den haan
human league – things that dreams are made of (league unlimited
orchestra remake)
transvolta – disco computer
the revolving eyes – naked run
mark du mosch – kolossus
matzo & pauli – we are
nightmoves – transdance
ghecko – firelight
amplified orchestra – solitude
brassica – illness from awareness
duracel – hole in the head

after all the doom and gloom about the demise of london clubbing after the closure of so many venues last year its pretty heartening to see that the scene – for want of a better word – is more resilient than the doomsayers predicted.

one of the most exciting projects rising is we fear silence, the new regular night from former bookers for the end, ajay and ryan. taking over the brilliant arches venue in london bridge they are providing a new home for end stalwarts like chew the fat and this friday buzzin’ fly.

fly label head ben watt takes over the impressive main room (which sports a brand new soundsystem) for an all night set. with a host of names including tim green, mlle caro, chris woodward and joe 90 taking charge in the other equally impressive rooms it set to be a fitting start to what sure to be a weekly destination when we fear silence goes weekly mid april. we’re very happy to annouce that we’ll be involved at the next buzzin fly night on may the 1st. exciting times.