LOOP Podcast | 007 | James Dexter
After blessing theCUT for us recently, James Dexter has been nice enough to whack a 60 minute beast together for the LOOP poddy. Absolutely mint this. LAD.
LOOP Podcast | 006 | Carl Matthews
We are honoured to have this upcoming talent bless our podcast series this week. A naughty one hour of driving techno mixed with wax only. Big things expected from this lad in the near future. Eyes peeled.
LOOP Podcast | 005 | Jesus Pablo
A lovely little selection of disco and house with 1 or 2 classics thrown in for good measure, crafted by a man of many trades, Jesus Pablo. A smooth blend of 106 right through to 123. A class addition to the LOOP poddy series.
LOOP Podcast | 004 | M.A.M.
Numero cuatro comes from Tenerife born DJ and producer, M.A.M. (Catwash/Dogmatik/Downhill).
During the last 5 years this highly talented Spaniard has seen his style develop and grow, and with his innate talent for music, the creativity within his sets hasn't gone unnoticed.
Record label boss from the forthcoming Downhill Music, with big releases en route from established artists such as S-ampel. Jack Wickham, Alex Arnout, Yamen & EDA and James Barnsley, this lad is definitely one to keep an eye on.
LOOP Podcast | 003 | Cera Alba
This week's episode we bring you a smooth mix of deep beats from Liam Jones, also known as CERA ALBA. It all really began for this talented man in 2004 when he began studying at Leeds Metropolitan University, becoming a regular face at renowned underground music destinations such as Back to Basics, mono_cult and Louché. It was Leeds where Liam began making his mark, however has more recently relocated to London where he has kept up this pace and continued to make his mark within the house music scene. Yet another great addition to the our ever growing podcast series. Enjoy.
LOOP Podcast | 002 | Paul Stott
Next up in the LOOP Podcast series is none other than Manchester born and bred PAUL STOTT. With strong releases on labels such as Welldone! Records and Midnight Social Recordings, Paul is well known for the deep warm feel in his tracks, although he isn't scared to boot off when the need arises. This podcast is a perfect example of that - A lush blend of deep house, banging tech and dubby garage beats. Rites.