Posts Tagged ‘Jungle’
EQUINOX // CONCORD DAWN | DJ DAN | CAPITAL J | DJ PARALLAX | DJ CAEZAR | SNARF. | G NOTORIOUS | BAD MANNERS | METAPHYSICAL | DJ ENTROPY +MANY more!Thursday, August 8th, 2013
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Presented by the same crew that brought you Winter WonderSLAM!, Bloom, and Sunkissed…
September 28, 2013 – 6:00pm to 2:00am
The Artist Development Complex
18 Mill Street
Southbridge, MA 01550
Pete Dev/Null’s latest Old Skool Jungle/’Aardcore mashup from his weekly online broadcast.
Here’s the show from last Sunday… this one was an all 10″ record special, so obviously all vinyl. Lots of bigger tunes in this/remixes of big tunes, thanks to the fantastic 10″ output of labels like Moving Shadow. Apologies for the dumb computer voice shout outs, the mic input on my mixer is still broken but the chat was pretty lively and people were asking for shouts so I obliged the only way I could!
Tracklisting after the jump and listen/download at Blog to the Oldskool…
So, are you originally from Leicester?
No, originally from Kent. Born in Bromley, brought up in South East London, Lewishsam; then moved to Berkshire and then Kent. I’ve been living in the midlands since 1985.
How did you get involved in the Hardcore and Rave scene?
I was already producing Hip Hop type stuff anyway. Then a mate of mine took me out to Shelly’s in Stoke-on-Trent. And that was that basically.
When was that?
1991 or ’92 I think.
So you were producing music before you were raving?
Yeah, yeah. I’ve been messing around with stuff since about ‘88 or ’89.
What inspired you to get into production in the first place?
Into production? My Dad’s a musician. He was an acoustic guitarist. He had stuff like a keyboard and sequencer and I kind of got into it from there.
So no background in Soundsystems in London then?
No, I was a DJ even before that anyway, I just used to play Hip Hop. But with my Dad still having all that musical equipment around, I wanted to have a go with it and went from there really.
By: Luke O’Niel
Photo: Jonathan Wiggs
These days, in order to stand out in the music media world you’ve got to be a jack of all trades. One such well-rounded Boston music media player is Nick Minieri, the 33-year-old East Boston resident behind Beantown Boogiedown, a blog that features everything from party photos to show listings to curated selections of electronic music. As of this week, he can now add label head to his lengthening resume, with the launch of Zakim Records, and its inaugural release from Boston’s Doctor Jeep.
Minieri, who moved to Boston from Syracuse in 2004, and works as a graphic designer at the Mullen advertising agency, never really intended to get into online media, he explained over the course of a night in Central Square, bouncing from Phoenix Landing (where he’d gone for the long running drum and bass party Elements), to Cafe 1369, and on to the Middle East. It was the drum and bass fare at Elements that was his introduction to the world of electronic music in Boston, he said.
SELECTOR MOLDY (HEAVYPRESSURE BOSTON / TUBA NYC)
JSB + VALDEE (TRUECREW / MONSTAMIND BOSTON / MADE MA$$ / M.A.D.E. / Beatdown / Ravers Only)
First time ever ’5 DEADLY JUNGLISTS’ set featuring:
FES + MIZTAH LEX + MIZEYESIS + RUBIX + SUBREAPER
(EC, MONSTAMIND, MIA-DNB, THRESHOLD, TRUE, LTD, 413DNB, ECU, DUBCHAMBER RECS, VITALSIGNZ, DNBTV, JUNGLETRAIN, HHP, FBR, TOB, WU DJ COALITION, PURE FILTH, C & E RECS)
Braza Bar & Grill
158 School St, Everett, Massachusetts 02148