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Loud Minority Radio

a part of those concerned with change

  • Disco
  • House
  • Eclectic
  • United Kingdom
Loud Minority Radio
Named after Frank Fosters' seminal slice of proto-panther free jazz big band guerilla funk, Loud Minority was initially instigated as an intimate party by Bournemouth based soon to be superstar DJ's Cross and Cornelius. The latter had formally been going loco down in Tokyo, playing a central role in the eradication of the feudal system and the emergence of post bushido acid disco, whilst the former earned his stripes down under, playing ghettotech to pub rockers. With a combined record collection reflecting years of spinning tracks, the duo gained notoriety for their genre fucking sets which encompassed bebop, rare groove, northern soul, italo house, electro pop, hip hop, dancehall, indie punk, rocksteady, everything in between, and a whole lot of shit on the outside as well.

But then tragedy struck when Cross, emboldened by his experiences in Australia, traveled to Norway as a Miami Bass missionary, where a particularly salacious indiscretion between himself and the eldest Princess Stoltenberg led to him being exiled to the fjords, and he was never heard of again.

But unperturbed by this setback (and in fact rather pleased that he now has the spotlight all to himself) Cornelius launched as Loud Minority Radio.

Meanwhile back in Tokyo, ex-Boscombe funk junkie and Tokyo flatmate of Cornelius, Hash aka Hashzilla aka Mr Hash, was busy establishing After much seclusion and training in the fine art of the chon-mage, he seized an opportunity to infiltrate into the vast Tokyo party infrastructure, inspired by the arrival of old accomplice and new neighbour, Jaybee aka Bobby Buellens. Hailing from Australia under false pretences, Jaybee single-handedly (because the other hand was holding a drink) and unexpectedly (even to himself) brought mayhem to many dance floors around the capital. The Tokyo team crystallized forming a DJ and bartending unit and henceforth Loud Minority Radio reaches all corners of the Earth and the dark side of the Moon.

Featuring their own turntable skills - complimented with guest mixes from cutting edge like minded DJ's - and with a musical ethos to match the sentiment expressed on the record after which they are named, Loud Minority are "a part of those concerned with change". And dancing



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Loud Minority Presents Freeform Five

Loud Minority Presents Freeform Five

Perhaps more than anything else, it was the much admired and oft-compiled re-fashioning of Isolee's 'Beau Mot Plage' from minimal techno gem into Brazilian-acid-funk-Key-Of-Life house belter that alerted many to the fact that Freeform Five was no ordinary production outfit. Issued on Chicago house hero Derrick Carter's Classic label - 'Beau Mot Plage' featured no less than 11 musicians, and the vocal stylings of moonlighting journalist Nick Decosemo, the second primary number in Freeform Five's fluid configuration.

Hailing from the north east of England Freeform Five, the band, are confident that what they've produced so far stands up as unique document of who they are and where they've all come from. As well as co-writing a song for the album with his old friend Gary from Snow Patrol, Nick was even vindicated in his provincial childhood music taste and got to record with his hero Vince Clarke of Depeche Mode and Erasure. Meanwhile Anu himself was able to fulfil a personal dream, flying out to the States to work on the final touches to the album with funk and hip hop mixing legend and Timbaland's go-to-man, Jimmy Douglass.
Loud Minority Radio

Loud Minority Presents Freeform Five

  • House
  • Electro
  • Disco
  • 1h 35m
First 15 traxs from corn3lius followed by special mix from Freeform Five.


the love come down. vol.1

  • Disco
  • House
  • Techno
  • 1h 28m
undefinable dance floor enjoyment.

Meet Me On 8th Street

  • Disco
  • Deep
  • Retro
  • 1h 59m
Funk, Disco, & Italo over 2 hrs

LMR present Jac the Disco

  • House
  • Disco
  • 1h 07m
Jac the Disco consists of Jay Rossi & Tom Burns aka Pac and they’ve been working the club scene hard for the past couple of years now. Their club night ‘Last One In’s A Rotten Egg!’ has hosted some great guests over the years such as Brodinski, Riton, the Filthy Dukes, Duke Dumont, DJedjotronic, Nadia Ksaiba, Das Glow, Golden Bug, Serge Santiago, Damon Martin and the list goes on. Their club night is on hold at present as the guys have been working in the studio on some of their own productions which they are hoping to release in 2010.

LMR vol13 blended by Corn3lius

  • Disco
  • Ambient
  • Eclectic
  • 1h 10m
psychotropicproto dance music blended with comedy and news sound bites.