A Positive Education

March 26, 2009

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There are few things more likely to have me blindly reaching for my debit card than the words ‘Prince Language Remix‘ and over the past couple of years the New Yorker’s sublime reworks of tracks by everyone from your everyday DFA types to Ahmed Fakroun have been an ever present fixture in my record bag.

Probably bored of me messaging him on MySpace every other month asking when he’s going to come to London, he finally makes an appearance this Saturday at Nadia Ksaiba‘s really rather good SAY YES night at The Star of Bethnal Green.

The hype doesn’t end there as he will be spinning records alongside another fringe favourite Cliché boss Cosmo Vitelli. Seriously London, you’ve never had it so good, if you get there early enough you don’t even have to pay.

Cosmo and Say Yes resident Thomas Whitehead have even strung together a couple of mixes to get you in the mood.

Cosmo Vitelli – March Mix

Bot’Ox – Motor City – CDR
Fernando – Kick In The Eye (Dub) – Redux
Grizzlehands – I’m a Hansa Dansa – Speak
Hipsters (Runaway Remix) – CDR
Silver City – Pendulo (Pete Herbert Edit) – Deep Freeze
Nitzer Ebb – Join In The Chant (Lies) (Instr .)
Richard Sen & Cazbee – Cat Dance – Autodiscotheque
Giorgio – I Wanna Rock You (Jacques Renault Edit)
Edit The Edit – Barnamega
Gallifré – House Rythm – Danica
Runaway – Putting It In The Overtime – I’m a Cliché
It’s a Fine Line – My Kind Of Woman – Tsuba
LCD Soundsystem – 45:33 (Padded Cell Remix) – DFA
Rhetta Hugues – Crisis -Dub
Amral’s trinidad Cavaliers Steel Orchestra – 90% Of Me is You – Strut

Thomas Whitehead – March Mix

Men without Hats – Safety Dance
Eurythmics – Paint a rumour
Fad Gadget – Coitus Interruptus
Legowelt – Assault on Precinct 13
K.I.D. – Don’t stop
Giorgio – Knights in White Satin
Can – …And More
Roni Griffiths – Voodoo Man
Purple Flash – We can do it
Rinder and Lewis – Blue steel (edit)
R. Craig – Second Wind

One Response to “A Positive Education”


  1. I noticed that this is not the first time you write about this topic. Why have you decided to write about it again?


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