TRACKLIST for the show of February 17, 2012
01. (not in the recording) Adam F – Circles
02. Adam F – Metropolis [Doc Scott] (F-Jams)
03. Bay B Kane – Jungle Warriors 2012 VIP (free download)
04. Breakage + Rohan – Ruff Dub (Bassbin)
05. Mindmapper & Fre4knc – Ghoti (Santorin)
06. Public Enemy – Give It Up [Fanu remix] (unreleased)
07. Ricky Force – Flow VIP (unreleased)
08. Jonny L – Tychonic Cycle (XL)
09. Macc – Change And Stay The Same (Breakfast)
10. Break – Lightspeed (Symmetry)
11. Greenleaf – Who (Lightless)
12. Fracture + Neptune – Tape Fog (Astrophonica)
13. Big History – Every Bone [Greenleaf re-edit] (Omni Music free download)
14. Fanu – Trouble (unreleased)
15. Fanu – Desert (unreleased)
16. Fracture + FD – Galvanize (Subtitles)
17. Ricky Force – Keep On (unreleased)
18. Sonar Circle – Face Off [Directors Cut] (Reinforced)
19. Sounds Of Life – Spice Of Jazz (Certificate 18)
20. Plug – Scar City (Ninja Tune)
21. Physics – Revolution (Telluric)
22. Verb – Eternal Bass (Sound Artillery)
23. Fanu + Greenleaf – Shatner Rap (Lightless)
24. Bay B Kane – Like A Circle (free download)
25. Naibu – Dig The Past (Horizons)
26. Chameleon – Links (Good Looking)
27. Fracture + FD – No Rest (Subtitles)
Damian Bennett: When I first heard you it was the early 2000s, from Bailey’s show. The sound was completely unique, not just re the choice of samples or priorities of sounds, but just that your whole approach was very fresh… so tell me what did you wanted to bring to D&B back then?
F: The old D&B aesthetic is what I wanted to bring… strong rhythms, varying drum patterns and breakbeats instead of the same 2-step beat I kept hearing a bit too much. A friend called Rob Brierly gave DJ Bailey a CD at an event and Bailey started playing loads of my stuff on his shows. He even called me and we had a chat on his show and I was nervous as heck, ha ha. I’m still indebted to Rob and Bailey for that one. Damn, that was eight years ago….time flies by so fast.
“Nothing is original.
Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination.
Devour old films, new films, music, books, paintings, photographs, poems, dreams, random conversations, architecture, bridges, street signs, trees, clouds, bodies of water, light and shadows.
Select only things to steal from that speak directly to your soul.
If you do this, your work (and theft) will be authentic.
Authenticity is invaluable; originality is nonexistent.
And don’t bother concealing your thievery — celebrate it if you feel like it.
In any case, always remember what Jean-Luc Godard said: ‘It’s not where you take things from — it’s where you take them to.'”