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John Digweed - Kiss 100 FM (Show #177) (2004-03-20)

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TRACKLISTING

John Digweed : Kiss100 - Show 177

01. Funk D'Void Versus Chicco Secci - Emotional Content (Atmo Remix) [Soma Quality Recordings ‎| SOMA 139R]
02. Pig & Dan - The Message (ITF Mix) [Submission Records ‎| SUB 006]
03. Pop Out And Play - Share It With The Class (Rozzo Mix) [Visitor | VISITOR032]
04. The Audio Bullys - Do It For Love (Ashley Beedle's Love Drug Disco Mix) [Source | SOURT 101]
05. PJ Davy - Call It What You Want [EQ Grey | EQG 12019]
06. Paranoid Jack - Bring Back The Jack [Thrust Recordings | THRUST 008]
07. Issac S - Deep Contentment [Brown Paper Bag Records | BPB-001]
08. Zoo Brazil feat. Nimrock - Dangerous [So Sound | SSR005]
09. Lovesky - Come Back To Me (Q-Burns Abstract Message Remix) [Sunburn Records | SPF 027]

The Music:

01. Funk D'Void Versus Chicco Secci - Emotional Content (Atmo Remix) [Soma Quality Recordings ‎| SOMA 139R]

Recorded at Sweatbox Studios, Barcelona. Contains a sample of Chicco Secci's "Whip Of The Rhythm" however the whole track is also based on an instrumental version of Chicco Secci Projects 'I'm Ting Hot (Miami 5 a.m. Version)'.

Uplifting tech house number that works soaring detroit pads over an underworld style techno track. On the flip Vince Watson ups the tempo for a more full on techy trip. The original includes Chicco’s Secci’s classic piano line from his legendary ‘Whip The Rhythm’ track.

02. Pig & Dan - The Message (ITF Mix) [Submission Records ‎| SUB 006]

Producers pig & dan head forward with a slice of progressive techno from their spanish label which has the support of sander kleinenberg.

03. Pop Out And Play - Share It With The Class (Rozzo Mix) [Visitor | VISITOR032]

A perfect tech-houzer ! Support from John Digweed on Kiss FM.

"Many who like their music a little more proggier and the chunkier end of the scale aimed for the Rozzo mix, which is deep and atmospheric picking up support and radio play from Digweed. The original sounds more along the lines of a tech house production Tom Middleton would have made. This is a more dance floor aimed track with a bouncey groove and big bassline, layered with a subtle looped melody and effects which builds and drops." [Discogs]

The original and released version of "Share It With The Class" written 2003 and released on VISITOR RECORDINGS in 2004.

The title was given following Simons girlfriend Donna suggesting we name it after those smug teachers who would stop the class in the middle of some innocent snigger and demand that you might like to "Share it with the class", usually followed by a bit of an embarrassing pause and then a "No I thought not, so why don't you be quiet rather than interrupting me" or words to that effect.

We wrote 3 mixes for this release of which one got a release on Visitor Recordings from Belgium. The 'Get Out Dub Mix' was a stripped down version which didn't get a look in - Rozzo remixed the original and was released as VISITOR032 in 2004. [Pop Out And Play]

There was also an unreleased deep mix.Written and produced by Simon Tappenden & Wil Russell

04. The Audio Bullys - Do It For Love (Ashley Beedle's Love Drug Disco Mix) [Source | SOURT 101]

Slamming funky Discoid Traxx… Ashley Beedle Remixes.

05. PJ Davy - Call It What You Want [EQ Grey | EQG12019]

Next up on Aussie based EQ [Grey] comes a nice tech house two tracker from PJ Davy. Many will be familiar with the a-side as it appeared on James Zabiela’s ‘Sound in Motion’ mix compilation.

Call It What You Want is the track on the a-side, and it begins in a melodic fashion with trickling rings of sound floating above a smooth set of drums and deep baselines. Vocal snippets come into the track midway as it flows in a smooth fashion, until a dark stabbing synth gives the track a gritty edge. It is a very smooth yet chunky production by PJ.

1 Hour Second on the flip is just as quirky as the a-side, with a stuttered drum pattern uniting with a wobbly baseline. The baselines intensify mid way into the track becoming a little more evil, and they work brilliantly well in the breakdown as unique melodic stabs join the dark sinister mood.

This is a very tasty EP by PJ Davy. While many will welcome the a-side after enjoying it on Zabiela’s mix, the b-side will be a welcomed addition to make a pretty strong release. [RA]

[Progressive Sounds Review]

PJ Davy´s first single out on EQ Grey was initially snatched up for James Zabiela´s fantastic ´Sound In Motion´ compilation on Hooj Choons. A newcomer to the production scene, PJ has been hammering away in the studio and the decks for a short while and gaining attention outside of his native Southampton rather quickly due to his supporters like John Digweed, Chris Fortier and James Zabiela. Mechanical drums and layers of bleepy tones are the flavours of this nice EP.

´One Hour Second´ is a metallic song with thick bass, cute melodic beeps and crazy changes. Warm bass pulses with the techy drums slowly as powerful surges of stomping chord sounds thunder down on the song. A woman´s voice heavily effected creeps in and out, breaking up the bass and adding a human layer and a softer touch.

´Call It What You Want´ was first seen on ´Sound In Motion´. Electro bubbles fall along the bouncy kick that cuts through the techy high hats. Again, the mechanical drums move at great force until a thick low crawling bass-line appears and takes the whole song over. Rolling into a break the bass lingers for a moment then a cute melody pops out of no where and washes the song with a catchy melody you can bob your head to.

PJ Davy has a good release here, and with the support of some major players, his tracks will be heard by a massive audience. EQ Grey was smart in signing this tune, as it´s really a standout piece that´s different from the regular progressive or tech house songs out there.

06. Paranoid Jack - Bring Back The Jack [Thrust Recordings | THRUST 008]

Massive track from Paranoid Jack expertly remastered by Uberzone

Manny Berenguel, aka Paranoid Jack, is heavily influenced by the New York / Jersey Garage sound and began to play small underground parties in Toronto's warehouse scene with veterans DJ Cube and Alvaro G. With 'Herbz the Word' [Stickman Records] he gained support from heavyweights like DJ Dan, Terry Mullan and Halo. His 'Slavedriver' [Yoshitoshi] crossed over into the progressive scene with support from Deep Dish, Danny Howells, Quivver, Sasha & John Digweed.

07. Issac S - Deep Contentment [Brown Paper Bag Records | BPB-001]

Isaac S, a house DJ & producer based in Waterloo (near Toronto) and co-founder of digital label Dirty Deluxe Records, appears on Brown Paper Bag Records, part of the Pure Music Group based in Flordida, US.

Deep Contentment later featured in John Digweed's legendary 2004 Beirut Forum set.

08. Zoo Brazil feat. Nimrock - Dangerous [So Sound | SSR005]

After their massive track on Music For Freaks, Zoo Brazil lends their services to Florida's So Sound Recordings. This Stockholm-based duo serves up two tasty deep house morsels, keeping Sweden firmly on the dance music atlas.

09. Lovesky - Come Back To Me (Q-Burns Abstract Message Remix) [Sunburn Records | SPF 027]

The ´Hawke Mix´ of Lovesky´s ´Come Back To Me´ was a huge anthem in the record boxes of Sasha, John Digweed and Sander Kleinenberg earlier this year, and now Sunburn deliver some mixes with a difference, that will open the track up to a whole alternative audience.

´Hakan Lidbo´ delivers a club mix of the track, stripping things down and utilising some light rolling percussion and live guitar, using the full vocal in a deeply emotive vein, mellow grooves and some soft drums only adding the smoky nature of this rework, which also comes backed with a radio friendly mix for those late night radio sessions. Hakan Lidbo is without a doubt a producer that is very much at home making music for after dark.

´Q-Burns Abstract Message´ deliver a quirky bleep-tastic rework that just bubbles underneath a punching kick-drum that single handedly pushes the track along as broken beats and sub bass riffs irregularly appear and disappear in between the twistedly infectious vocal. It may not live up to the amazing ´Hawke´ mix, but I´m sure this will find a place with someone out there.

A very different set of mixes compared to the original disc, but whilst a bit more leffield and out of the ordinary, these mixes will no doubt find their way into the boxes of people who follow such artists as The Orb, or have late night after-hours tendencies. [Progressive Sounds]

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Release date: Apr 10, 2013

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