I am currently encountering problems with the internuts at Slutty Fringe Towers – normal service will resume shortly. In the meantime, here’s a lil snippet of the veritable feast of music that’s been slipped underneath my door.
Raoul Duke, head of Ra!Ra!Ra! Music hooked me up with a sneaky blend he did at a party last week that had the Bondai girls doin the shoulder lean – quite simple really, the accapella of The Jump Off by Plastic Little over the slow burning Rainbow Man by Busy P – lavvly
Time for more Hannah Holland word love – for she has furnished me with a shiny new production entitled Crackney, a rather splendid two step stunna that combines sexy vocals with some extremely dirty low end bass action – expect more of this at her Booty Bass night at Old Blue Last at the end of May
Finally, hottt new track from French kid with magic in his head, Felix Cartal! After a bit of a brief hiatus, felix is back with Drugs, a track that is the embodiment of being on the dancefloor at 3am wonked out on MDMA getting familiar with a girl with blonde curls in a Chicago Bulls Jordan vest and denim hotpants – well thats what comes to mind when I hear it…
On a different note, I spent yesterday afternoon in Greenwich Park taking advantage of the rather splendid weather and reading a fucking brilliant little book that tells the story behind the making of the seminal Beastie Boys record Pauls Boutique – written by Dan Le Roy and part of a series called 33 1/3 you really need to be checking this book – you can pick them up for only 4 quid at Fopp. Essential reading!