Was recorded in The Dark Blue Stone / WCS-Station, Sunlake Coast. Last Night of Spring 2k5. Concrete platform WCS in a Prohibited Zone.
CE-トワークGmbH (ブードゥ想女日本) un correkt das qualiät aus Laute es Lo-Fi in der mix.
April 20, 2013 is one of my favorite days of the year, Record Store Day! For me and Questlove;), however, EVERY DAY is Record Store Day. I'm quite sure it is obvious that music is important to me, but a huge amount of my time has been and will continue to be spent in record stores. If you are in Philly, go support AKA music in Old City. If you are in the ATL, go support Moods Music and Criminal Records. If you are in NYC, go support Other Music and Academy Records. If you are in Chicago, go support Dusty Groove. If you are in Cali, go support Amoeba Records. Did I miss any?
This show was kinda hard to put together, not as cohesive as usual, it's a blend of old and new. As I was starting, I heard a friend had passed. It was sudden and out of the blue, it made me reflect on what had been the core of our connection. He was a big reason I moved to San Francisco, then offered me a couch when I arrived along with the rest of the family, this allowed me to go on and meet all the great people I did. Then inspired me along with the rest of the gang Robbie, Gav and Jon by introducing me to amazing tunes to start DJing and making music for myself. Then encouraged me to keep it up. So for that I thank you much. Safe travels Scott Hardkiss aka God Within.
Our aim is to expose you all to deep beautifully strange music that will help you in the every day, as you view the world around playing out like a silent color film, the music soundtrack in your ears. Your on your way to work on the subway or bus, waiting at an airport or just walking down the street, maybe your standing looking at the most inspiring view as you reach the top of Ankor Wat in Cambodia, as you watch the sun set over a tropical beach or ride around on a bike at Burning Man. There are those moments in life that you attach to music, that help you remember them many years later.
Thanks to everyone who has supported 7 years of R360. I hope the show has introduced you to new artists, and helped create some memories attached to the music. Please share with a friend, it's how we spread. Add us on Facebook to show your support.
The second in our guest mix series features a brand new set from vinyl collector, blogger and drum and bass authority Law. Here he captures a time that we are extremely passionate about, deep jungle from 1993-1996.
Here are a few words from the man himself.
"There was a period (roughly) between 1993 to 96 where jungle was not only atmospheric or dark, but it had an other worldly, sci-fi feel. Labels like Deejay, Lucky Spin, Legend, Timeless, Rugged Vinyl and others captured this spacey, blissed-out vibe. A quality that now seems more or less extinct within the contemporary drum and bass scene.
I tried to select tunes for this mix that represent the broad spectrum of this sound. With brooding, dark tracks like 'Fury' and 'Genesis Project' to the more calming, deep sounds of 'Intalect' and 'Traveling Pt 2'.
There is a feeling of nervous mystery and wonder to these tunes, as if they could be the soundtrack to that part of a sci-fi film where the human protagonists discover a new world, a mystery accelerated by the fact that these sounds now only exist in the past."
J Squared & Steve The Sleeve take to the decks to bring you some of the finest new music around right now alongside a healthy dose of stone-cold classics. Covering all styles in true Breakin Bread fashion, strap yourself in for two hours of funky fun.
Skeg dug in his stacks of wax once more to pull out a load of stuff that is certifiably dope but doesn't get played much down the Breakin Bread club. This is the quality stuff that can lounge at the back of a record collection for years but should never be forgotten. From some strange beats via some unknown underground hip hop to a classic funk drum break via some new school latin and also stopping off for a bit of disco action and a cheeky bit of house Skeg takes you on a journey there and back again. Enjoy people……..