Author: Tony Mckenzie

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El-B picked… BRASSTOOTH ‘Celebrate Life’ (Zed Bias Remix) (Well Built, 1999)   “The original mix was well known in the clubs and had its fair share of radio support, with even more support for the El-B remix. The Zed Bias remix however, came after all of this – limited vinyl – so I feel it was over […]

Sunship’s Ceri Evans picked… GOOD COP BAD COP ‘Blatant’ / ‘Spy Magazine’ (White Label, 1998) “Possibly the sickest drop ever in the history of dance music – where the sampled Rhythm Division horns come in.”

DJ Q picked… SHOLA AMA ‘Much Love’ (Dream Teem Remix) (WEA International, 1998) “A wicked track, almost ahead of its time. I’ll always remember this track because it was the first song I heard on the first ever Sun City tape I listened to. That tape changed my life! For me this track was never as […]

DJ Haus picked… ALEX LEE ‘One More Time’ (White Label, 2004) “Huge white label from amazing underrated producer Alex Lee. Probably known, if at all, outside of the UKG sphere for his track alongside Nicky Noo, ‘Move to the Beat’ in 1994, this came out on a white label in 2004 (as far as I’m aware), […]

The tide of gentrification sweeping Britain’s capital has resulted in several casualties for London nightlife over the years. The latest is The Elephant & Castle pub. Located in the South London area of the same name, the pub is due to be turned into a turned into a Foxtons estate agents.   The pub isn’t really a […]

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