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Delete Podcast 004 - Joe Ellis & Leif

Delete on June 08, 2012 00:15

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    The latest turn in the Delete podcast series comes from two old friends of the party who have been with us since the early days. We first had Joe down to play back in March 2008, as a support for [a]pendics.shuffle. In the meantime he also contributed two tracks to our netlabel Alt Recordings while sneaking out appearances on wax for the likes of Floppy Funk and Trimsound. As one of the bedrock residents of Freerotation, it's plain to anyone who catches him play that Joe's first love is DJing. In the words of Steevio, "he seems to see right through the music".

    Leif has likewise shared plenty of time with us over the years. Well, namely an unforgettable session with Tom Ellis as part of the Trimsound live set and a deadly offering to Alt in the form of "Pushing Hands". Aside from that most of our times spent with the lad have been social, but he's been busy forging a strong sonic identity that has seen him appearing on labels such as Fina, Fear Of Flying, Liebe*Detail, Boe.

    Now the plucky pair have banged their heads together to come up with Until.My.Heart.Stops, a label and clubnight which joins us for its second outing as we venture down to Brighton with Move D and October in tow. The label itself is debuting with a stunning 12" from Joey Anderson, and you can hear a sneak preview of that release in the exquisite folds of this mix they have kindly donated to commemorate our coming together and their new ventures.

    There was bare-chested brawling and heated knob-twiddling aplenty going on to create this podcast, and the result is a rolling blend of top-of-the-range house music, moving through mysterious moods, blue-hued funk and nagging grooves. It's the kind of subliminal approach that rewards the faithful listener, so set some quality time aside to savour this one.


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