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GENTLEMANS DUB CLUB are firm favourite’s on the BB+R show. In this episode I play a few of my personal highlights, plus a track from their new album ‘Down To earth’. There’s also music from Dubmatix, Price Fatty, Hollie Cook and Reggae Roast.
ROSKA KICKS & SNARES is the label focus for this episode. Playing tracks from the UK Funky don plus plenty of fresh music from Anz, DJ Zinc, and Soundbwoy Killah. This weeks back track is a Jungle Classic from M-Beat plus the usual Monday Club Cut.
MUNGOS HIFI bring the riddim to the BBR show in this episode with tracks feat. Soom T and Eva Lazarus. I also play new music from Slamboree, Om Unit, Studio Rockers and Roska Kicks and Snares. Bonobo is on the Monday Club track and I back track to a rare dub mix of Coldplay.
DJ ZINC – known for the 90s anthem ‘Super Sharp Shooter’, he went on to be a big part of the 00s breaks scene as Jammin. 10 years later Zinc re-emerged with his ‘Crack House’ series. A unique, bass driven house sound that would be the front runner for todays UK garage explosion.
Welcoming DUTTY MOONSHINE BIG BAND as the first guest on the show! We got together on Zoom to chat about the bands latest album City Of Sin, some main stage highlights, and how Mike got the band together. There’s a wicked mimimix and Mikes top 5 tunes from 2020.
This week my artist focus is Estonian artist BERT ON BEATS aka DJ Critical. I play a few of my favourite tracks from his work on Man Recordings. I drop music from GRiZ, Joyryde, Future Funk Squad, and Dirty Dubsters. Plus we back track to 1998 with a classic cut from Adamski.