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Live Set from Glue at The Cornershop

29.04.12 - James Furness
Breaks/Electro/Techno

I had the honour of playing the closing set at Glue last night. Following an awesome headline set from Mini Da Minx left me with no option but to blow the doors down!

A few friends who couldn’t make it asked me to record the set, so here it is – 45 mins of unadulterated bass music (would have been an hour, but the bouncers were very insistent that I had to finish 15 minutes early, much to the disappointment of the crowd)!

Glue April 2012

Tracklist

  1. Eats Everything & Worthy - Tric Trac (Original Mix) [dirtybird]
  2. Umek - Jack The Groove (Original Club Mix) [Toolroom]
  3. Shadow Child - String Thing (Original Mix) [dirtybird]
  4. Kid Blue - Nothing To Lose (James Talk Remix) [Lot 49]
  5. Under This - Euphoria (Original Mix) [iBreaks Bass]
  6. Red Polo & Defkline - I Still Love Your Boots (Original Mix) [Hot Cakes]
  7. Necro - Genoma (Under This Remix) [KindCrime Recordings]
  8. Dopamine - System Error (Original Mix) [Title Fight Recordings]
  9. Lee Coombs & Uberzone - Right Now (Dopamine Remix) [Lot 49]
  10. Piemont - Purist (Andhim Remix) [Natura Viva]
  11. Bcee & S.P.Y - Diagnosis Murder (Metrik Remix) [Spearhead Records]

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Glue at The Cornershop this Saturday!

From this month’s mailout…

A quick email this month to let you know that Glue is to descend upon The Cornershop in Shoreditch this Saturday. Entry is recession-bustingly FREE all night, so there’s no excuse for not attending!

Headlining is Mini Da Minx, supported by Stylus Rex, Hell Yeah, bump and myself.

You can catch me playing the closing set of the night, from 1am-2am. No-holds-barred dancefloor destruction guaranteed or double your entry fee back!

Finally, don’t forget to check out my promo mix for last month’s glue if you haven’t already.

Glue – Saturday 28th April @ The Cornershop (Shoreditch)

Glue April 2012

After last month’s stellar comeback Glue is once again part of your life. However we are now no longer tied to one venue and like medieval minstrels we will spread our tunes of joy far and wide! For April you will find us in Shoreditch’s Cornershop – a lovely little venue that also has the advantage of being FREE all night so you don’t even have to pay to get your next dose of Glue.

Headlining are Stylus Rex and Mini da Minx. The former has recently launched an album to great acclaim with positive write ups in the specialist press and broadsheets alike. Mini da Minx has been a big part of the London scene for a last few years – both as a promoter and a DJ. Expect both our guests to play Glue’s trademark mix of breaks, electro, house & techno.

Supporting our guests will be our usual trio of home cooked heroes – James Furness, Hell Yeah & bump. Hell Yeah will kick the night off with some funkier party beats before bump takes us on one of his patented techno journeys. James Furness will then finish the night off in his normal classy style with some proggier sounds.

Featuring: Mini da Minx, Stylus Rex, James Furness, Hell Yeah, bump

@ The Cornershop, 123 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6JE

8pm-2am, FREE all night!

Links: Facebook | Venue | Google Map

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Glue 

March Glue Mix

27.03.12 - James Furness
House/Breaks/Techno

Welcome back to the podcast, sorry it’s been a little while since the last one!

This month’s podcast is to promote Glue, coming up this Friday at the Star of Kings in Kings Cross.

Headlining is Pete Jordan from Spectrum, and in addition to him we have the usual trio of Hell Yeah, Bump and of course myself.

As always you can leave your comments using the form below, or on my Facebook page.

Tracklist

  1. MANIK (NYC) - City Kids (Original Mix) [Ovum Recordings]
  2. Coat Of Arms - Lovin' Together (Original Mix) [Pets Recordings]
  3. Pleasurekraft - Tarantula (Hugo Remix) [Eklektisch]
  4. Elite Force - Laserlights & Strobes (Original Mix) [U&A Recordings]
  5. Mord Fustang - Lick The Rainbow (Miles Dyson Breakfest Edit) [Noize]
  6. Bass Kleph & Olivier Giacomotto - Three Counts (Superskank Remix) [Definitive Recordings]
  7. Hybrid - Can You Hear Me (Hybrid Kill City Sounds Dub 02) [Distinctive Records]
  8. Piemont - Purist (Andhim Remix) [Plumbum]
  9. Egbert - Open (Original Mix) [Cocoon Recordings]
  10. Mumbai Science - Lotus (Original Mix) [Lektroluv]
  11. Rino Cerrone - Basic Rude (Original Mix) [Unrilis]
  12. Bart Skils - Dust (Original Mix) [Tronic]
  13. Quivver - In Your Boat (Original Mix) [Bedrock Records]
  14. Tom Sela & Darin Epsilon - Metamorph (Luis Junior Remix) [Mesmeric]
  15. Nils Noa - Monkeybreak (Original Breaks Mix) [Deep Records]
  16. Caribou - Jamelia (R3volve Remix)

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Frank’s Night Off – Tonight!

From this month’s mailout…

A very quick email to let you all know I will be taking a brief respite from my all-consuming day job to play some tunes tonight at Frank’s Night Off. Only a brief respite though, as I will be kicking off the festivities with some chilled out minimal techno and house from 10pm-11pm so that I can get home before turning into a pumpkin.

So get down early to avoid disapointment and enjoy a night of the very finest techno and house!

Frank’s Night Off – Friday 9th December @ The Russian Bar (Shoreditch)

Frank's Night Off

We’ve booked the basement of the Russian Bar. It’s small, sweaty and great fun.

We will be playing the best techno and house. The DJs will be, in random order:

JAMES FURNESS
DISCO PATRICK
MJOOGOO
BUMP
M-JOE
LO TONE (live)
DR WOO

@ Russian Bar, 267 Kingsland Road, London, E2 8AS

Free before 12, £5 after. 10pm-5am

Links: Facebook | Google Map

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Glue’s 2nd Birthday this Saturday!

From this month’s mailout…

So, the weekend has landed (well, almost!) and it looks set to be a scorcher… Probably not on the weather front, knowing the good old British summer, but because it is Glue’s 2nd birthday this Saturday!

For this rare occasion they have a number of surprises and treats in store including a line up picked exclusively from Glue regulars and residents, providing you with the opportunity to feast your ears on a delectable smorgasbord of beats without any of that Prima Donna nonsense that headliners are sometimes known for (I’m looking at you Grace Jones)…

bumpHell Yeah
James FurnessLovely Andy

…well ok perhaps one Prima Donna as the lovely people at Glue have given me the honour of headlining their wonderful evening. And to celebrate this special occasion I have been digging in some unusual crates to find something really… quite different… for your listening pleasure tomorrow night. And that’s all I can say on the matter. Catch me 12.30-2.15am tomorrow night at the Horse & Groom to find out more!

As usual entry is free before 10pm, or a mere £4 after 10pm.

Glue – Saturday 23rd July @ Horse & Groom (Shoreditch)

Glue

Incredibly Glue is two years old! Seems like only yesterday we were pacing around the delivery room, anxiously awaiting of the arrival of London’s brightest new club night. Yet here we are, entering the terrible twos and as always ready for some serious partying!

To mark this very special occasion we’ll be putting on a very special night with four of our very favourite DJs, not to mention a few birthday surprises thrown into the mix too.

Playing the peak time slot is regular guest and all round DJ hero, James Furness. He first played for us at our very first We Have Fun way back in 2008 and has been back many times, including several iconic sets at Glue. Expect some real treats for the big birthday party with his set taking in house, electro, breaks and a lot beside.

Ending the party on a high will be Glue’s very favourite Northerner, Lovely Andy. He too has played for us many, many times, first as Fatman 88 with some dark and heavy techno and more recently as Lovely Andy with a slightly happier set. He’s played Glue a couple of times in the last year, each time better than the last, setting a very high standard for himself – we’re pretty sure he’ll better it again this time…

Kicking the celebrations off is a man that is no stranger to Glue – back from his baby enforced hiatus is Hell Yeah! The former resident and co-creator will be once again be gracing the decks at Glue, playing some funkier tunes at the start of the night and no doubt setting the party up perfectly for the chaos that will follow!

Finally, we have our loyal and most trusted resident, bump. He’s played more Glues than anyone and set the musical tone perfectly each time. So once again he’ll be doing his techno thing and taking the Horse & Groom from a nice little pub to mental party zone in 105 minutes!

So don’t miss out on the best birthday party ever!!!

However before the big day itself we wanted to share the party spirit with you so here’s a special birthday mix that Lovely Andy has done to get us all in mood – http://soundcloud.com/love​lyandy/lovely-andy-present​s-glue

And to get a taster of Glue, check out mixes from our nights on Soundcloud – http://soundcloud.com/havi​ng-a-laugh

@ Horse & Groom, 28 Curtain Road, London, EC2A 3NZ

9pm-4am, free before 10pm/with guestlist, £4 after

Links: Facebook | Venue | Google Map

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September Social!

From this month’s mailout…

A short update this month just to let you know that both Shakes and myself will both be returning to support the 2 Bit Thugs at Glue this Saturday in Shoreditch. Expect a frenetic and fun mix of electro, gangster house and anything with a bassline from the ‘Thugs, and of course the usual dancefloor destruction you’ve undoubtedly come to expect from the Pogo DJs!

In other news, it has been an interesting few months since my last email, some highlights including playing an electro swing set for a 1940s themed party filmed for ITV (transmission date TBC), and of course having finally moved in to my new house a few months ago!

On the moving note I have of course been concentrating on sorting out all the important furnishings such as sofas, shelves, and err of course a suitably large PA system for my decks, which has finally freed up my studio monitors for me to set up a proper studio downstairs! Some photos over on my Facebook page if you’re curious…

Of course finally having my studio sorted means that my quest to hone my production is back on and I have been redoubling my efforts to finish my Neon Highwire remix plus working on a new track I have started with Shakes – watch this space!

For Saturday, as ever I have a few guestlist places available which will get you in for free. If you’d like a place either reply to this email or click here to register your interest. For everyone else it’s free before 10pm, or a mere £4 after. You can catch me playing from 10.45-12.30, and Shakes from 2.15-4.00.

Glue – Saturday 18th September @ Horse & Groom (Shoreditch)

Glue

So it’s September, back to school and back to Glue! This month we have a very special lineup as our residents take a break and we invite back some old friends and some very exciting new ones!

Headlining the night are 2 Bit Thugs, a DJ pair we’ve been hoping to get to Glue for a long time and finally they’re here! Playing a frenetic and fun mix of electro, gangster house and anything with a bassline and an attitude we think they’ll fit perfectly with the Glue ethos!

Along with the Thuggish headliners we have James Furness and Shakes, once the pair were partners known as the Pogo DJs but now their ride alone, both on a guest to find the biggest baddest basslines and heaviest party tunes. Expect a collision of electro, breaks and house.

And finally opening the party we have Dr Woo, a newcomer to Glue who’ll be playing a warmup set that will run from chilled techno to full on party starters!

@ Horse & Groom, 28 Curtain Road, London, EC2A 3NZ

10pm-4am, free before 10pm/with guestlist, £4 after (request guestlist)

Links: Facebook | Venue | Google Map

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Shakes starts to crack the charts

As the Shakes remix of Jurassik - Baby creeps up the Beatport Breaks chart and gets a play on Annie Nightingale's Radio 1 show it's all getting a little exciting in the studio.

https://www.beatport.com/en-US/html/content/release/detail/269000/Baby

Supatronix Records have started a youtube channel so you can catch demos of the latest releases and perhaps the odd sneak peak at future releases, so go and check it out.

The next Shakes original, Biggest Drop, has been polished off and sent for mastering and the Jurassik remix is sounding tight. Also in the pipeline is a track to be released on New Zealand label Double Deeze. There is a double A-side in the early stages too, a couple of remix projects and the plottings of a vocal collaboration.

If you can't wait for all of this then get to my facebook page, join and once we reach 200 people I will give away my Shake-Up of Doctor P - Sweet Shop.



Doctor P - Sweet Shop (Shakes's Bray Cup Shake Up) by I Am Shakes
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Shakes starts to crack the charts

As the Shakes remix of Jurassik - Baby creeps up the Beatport Breaks chart and gets a play on Annie Nightingale's Radio 1 show it's all getting a little exciting in the studio.

https://www.beatport.com/en-US/html/content/release/detail/269000/Baby

Supatronix Records have started a youtube channel so you can catch demos of the latest releases and perhaps the odd sneak peak at future releases, so go and check it out.

The next Shakes original, Biggest Drop, has been polished off and sent for mastering and the Jurassik remix is sounding tight. Also in the pipeline is a track to be released on New Zealand label Double Deeze. There is a double A-side in the early stages too, a couple of remix projects and the plottings of a vocal collaboration.

If you can't wait for all of this then get to my facebook page, join and once we reach 200 people I will give away my Shake-Up of Doctor P - Sweet Shop.



Doctor P - Sweet Shop (Shakes's Bray Cup Shake Up) by I Am Shakes
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Get your hands on a free copy of Shakes’ bootleg of Beats International – Dub Be Good to Me



With a summer of anticipated releases ahead I've had this bass driven little gem mastered for my own sets, but I didn't want to be selfish and keep it all to myself. Starting with one of the most iconic vocals in dance music all it took was a huge wad of bass, some big drums and a touch of reverb to create this haunting, gut churning monster.


Jam Hot by I Am Shakes


All you need to do to get this track is join my facebook page, so you can keep up to date with future mixes and tunes.


Then just email me at Stewart@pogo-djs.co.uk with your name to get the link.
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Get your hands on a free copy of Shakes’ bootleg of Beats International – Dub Be Good to Me



With a summer of anticipated releases ahead I've had this bass driven little gem mastered for my own sets, but I didn't want to be selfish and keep it all to myself. Starting with one of the most iconic vocals in dance music all it took was a huge wad of bass, some big drums and a touch of reverb to create this haunting, gut churning monster.


Jam Hot by I Am Shakes


All you need to do to get this track is join my facebook page, so you can keep up to date with future mixes and tunes.


Then just email me at Stewart@pogo-djs.co.uk with your name to get the link.
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