Monthly Archives: November 2011

Used Vol 1 – 6: Original breaks mixes from @iamfakeblood

Fake Blood has recently put out the final volume of his breaks series and I’ve got to say it’s tip top. He’s going through a lot of the originals to all your favourite raps, mainly from the 90s era and doing nice doubles to catch those special bits. I like to think I know breaks but there’s a few things on here that are new to me. All originals, no compilations. Respect to Fake Blood.

Volume 1

Volume 2

Volume 3

Volume 4

Volume 5

Volume 6


Library Selection – Recorded at Reel Music, QUAD – Nov 4 2011

This is a live recording of a short set of Library music from the night of soundtrack music I do alongside DJ Wax On at Quad in Derby. Library music is commercial music that is used in television programmes – the stuff I’m playing could be heard in things like The New Avengers, Prisoner Cell Block H, The Sweeney or whatever – but this music wasn’t available to the public until the 90s when these records were getting rediscovered and put on compilations and what not.

Some of the mixes are a litte bit ropey but it’s still a good listen.




Giant’s Causeway – Johnny Pearson
Accadde A Bali – Ararwak
Hula Rock – Lew Howard & The All-Sters
Name Of The Game – Brian Bennett
Lightly Salted – Barry Ungar
Safari Park [Edit] – Stringtronics
Long Wait (from Hawaii 5-0) – Morton Stevens & His Orchestra
Discovery – Brian Bennett
Girl At The Top B – Alan Hawkshaw & Alan Parker
High Diver – Alan Hawkshaw
Bio Rhythm No.3 – Thomas Clausen
Ne Parlons Pas De Rien – Godchild
Mile High Swinger – Alan Hawkshaw
At Risk – David Lindup
The Heavies – James Clarke
That’s What Friends Are For (instrumental) – Alan Parker
Mixed Drums – Andy Loore
Scrabble – Rene Costy

BONUS: If you want to hear a little bit more you can download the next 20 minutes of what I played which included People Under the Stairs, The Police, BDP, Dave Matthews, Maggie Thrett and a few other bits. DOWNLOAD THE REST

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‘No I.D. On The Track Let The Story Begin…’ Mixed by Rob Pursey & Superix

I could quite easily fill this blog with all the mixes from Southern Hospitality. This one I’ve been listening to all week and had to be shared here. Superix and Rob run through a load of classic No I.D. productions, old to new. You can’t go wrong with this. Seriously.