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Friday, 13 February 2015

MIXED UP MIX DOWN

Monday, 9 February 2015

The B-52s - Dirty Back Road (Flash Atkins Edit)

My edit of the B-52s gets a hello from http://howdoyouare.com/

Read it HERE


Tuesday, 3 February 2015

NQTV


ELECTRIC LADYLAND

Levenshulme Orphanage For Boys got a spin from Nemone on 6Music.  Hear it here.





Thursday, 29 January 2015

TRASH THE WAX LAUNCH PARTY


Friday, 23 January 2015

LEVENSHULME ORPHANAGE FOR BOYS



Flash Atkins – Levenshulme Orphanage For Boys

1. Original
2. Deaf Boys Dub
3. Doc L, Junior Mix
4. Richard Seaborne Mix
Flash Atkins is a drunkard, drug user and general wrong’un. A super hero who has fallen from his purple patch in the 80s to purples stains on his pants in the 00s where he now lives in a campervan in a field in Yorkshire.
He is also the alter go of Paper Recordings’ Ben Davis and Levenshulme Orphanage For Boys is the first single from his forthcoming album Paper album “The Life and Times of Flash Atkins”. Each track title is named after a chapter of a short story to be published as an accompaniment to the long player.
Levenshulme Orphanage For Boys is a slo-mo tech heavy chugger that is locked down with rock sold beats and a throbbing side-chained bass. The track builds with synth lines before a sampled female vocal brings in some sparse melody and reinforces the hypnotic rhythm. An acid line adds to the tension before the reaching it’s peak with all the elements hitting home.
The Deaf Boys Dub goes down a more stripped back route with a Moog synth riff and techy hats along with the sampled vocal. A ricocheting snare heralds the arrival of the sub and things crank up a gear. It’s proper 4am lose yourself in the smoke club music as the synth riff filters in and out.
Doc L. Junior is a Norwegian legend who’s not been active for a few years but is back with a wallop. Deep, synthy and a hint of 80s, this is big room music that brings to mind So Get Up by Underground Sound of Lisbon.
Finally, Richard Seaborne turns in a classic sounding remix recalling Armand Van Helden in his prime. He ups the pace, adds a brutal bottom end, chucks in a jazz break on top of the acid and vocal and it’s dance floor dynamite.

Friday, 30 May 2014

FLASH ATKINS - TUK TUK WHITE LIGHTENING HANGOVER MIX