Trip-hop to jump-up drum and/or bass.

Freehand on the plates again, If you're interested in playing a set for the SPP podcast, or submitting your tune likewise - just drop an email to mike@stoppauseplay.net and he'll be in touch!

Remember this is all you gotta do to subscribe....

open your iTunes - click 'advanced' in the menu bar, click 'subscribe to podcast', copy and paste the following URL into the box and click OK! easy.

http://feeds.feedburner.com/StopPausePlayPodcast


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For those of you who are unawares.... to subscribe to said podcast you open your iTunes - click 'advanced' in the menu bar, click 'subscribe to podcast', copy and paste the following URL into the box and click OK! easy.

http://feeds.feedburner.com/StopPausePlayPodcast

Right bit of explanation needed:

Being as this is the FIRST TIME ive recorded a podcast, i had a fair quantity of drinks prior to recording to make me feel better about having to speak over a microphone, so apologies if im slurring a bit, hopefully my beat matching is still on form (to be fair I've DJ'd in much worse states before...!)


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I've sussed it!!

OK so it was a lil easier than i thought.

Expect the maiden podcast very soon, (soon as i get a spell on me decks), im guessing ill probably try and do one weekly(ish)? i dont even know whats usual with these things...

Anyway keep your eyes peeled.... oooo eeerrr im excitable now. I am going to set about making my 'podcasting studio' look as similar as possible to the below (sure the mrs will love it - especially the haircut, which i also plan on replicating)



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Sorry for the brief hiatus!! I've had a hectic couple of weeks, became an uncle on Saturday - massive MASSIVE congrats to my brother and his dear other half, the baby is absolutely gorgeous, mother and child are both fine after a lengthy and nervous Saturday!

In other news, I've been busy figuring out how to turn this ere blog into a podcast of sorts.... might sound easy, but i can assure you, im managing to find it difficult! Apparently you need a certain amount of chinwagging to qualify to be listed on iTunes or something like that? Not the biggest fan of the sound of my own voice, maybe I'll just have to take all the inevitable abuse that my mates will give me and man up and actually talk.... gotta be on iTunes havent you?! iTunes is the nuts, just like iMacs, iPods and iPhones, just got myself an iPhone, they're a life changer. Official. My girlfriend has no time for it at all.

Bit of a music update before i get back onto figuring out this bloody podcasting business - one tune has been PARTICULARLY floating my boat of late. massive massive tune - instra:mental getting bigger and bigger on the scene in the producer market. Check out Watching You, this is one to be listened to LOUD in your headphones, just cos its one of those spacey-all-consuming tunes know what i mean? and a dubstep equivalent too - Synkro with Inhale, also a bad-ass spacey tune..

Check this business!





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No particular theme to this post really, just been checking out the dubstep again after a brief spell away from the turntables for one reason or another.

Collared a few good dubstep tunes that i would highly recommend! Some including piano riffs (which admittedly I'm not sure if they're entirely grown on me yet, or if they will at all), but otherwise just some good dubsteppy biznizz for all. enjoy!

Liquid - Liquid is Liquid (DJ Wire Remix)
Eddie K - The Shivers
Radikal Guru vs Scientist No Good
Distance - Night Vision (Skream Remix)



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Been toying with the idea of doing a drum n bass mix in the near future and ive come across a couple of random tunes which i think i like, (one of them has been out a while to be fair, but it fitted in the 'sounds different to usual drum n bass but still sort of drum n bass' category.

I also like the idea of a spot of variety in a DJ's set, means the audience rarely know what is coming next - something DJ Marky is seriously good at. It was in fact DJ Marky who played Disco Dodo the first time I heard it in a small club called Native in Bristol about 3 years ago.... (now The Big Chill Bar, so clean and tidy by comparison, urgh).







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