Kitsch in sync

My apologies – it’s been a while since I’ve whipped out my digital decks and spun a few tunes out into the spacernet. This is a small eclectic mix of the groovy house variety. A bit of mooch, bump, jiggle and the odd bit of ‘hmmmm that’s nice Max….’ would not be inappropriate. Except if… Continue reading Kitsch in sync

New and blue

It’s mostly not old and I didn’t borrow much of it. Fairly funky, a bit flouncy and bouncy with a bit of groove in it. It’s a prototype wedding mix designed to make really old people go to bed and really young people go elsewhere. Everybody in between (if all goes to plan) will have… Continue reading New and blue

Digital needles

This is the first instalment of digital mixing from the Aphrodisiac workshops. A moochy, groovy blend of deep house with some dub disco undertones possibly suitable for some recreational culinary activities. I’d probably make pancakes to this mix- maybe wearing a small, floral pinafore and some pink rubber gloves. I would – but I have… Continue reading Digital needles

Broken wires

A dirty dub disco mix to help you groove around the garden shed on a Sunday afternoon. You may be mending the lawnmower or planting some seed trays. Or just getting away from your husband. Sheds aren’t just for men you know… Apologies for the occasional crackle. An unknown broken wire somewhere in the loop….… Continue reading Broken wires

Minimixschmoo

Once upon a time there were strange people standing in a muddy field before a crowd of funky ravers. They stood behind 2 machines made by Technics with the number1200 stamped upon them. Plastic discs turned round and around. They placed metal pins called needles upon these discs and a beautiful sound was heard… Please… Continue reading Minimixschmoo

Harp beat

Somebody asked me recently ‘where’s the bass line?’ (thank you Mrs O) A salient point – there’s not enough bass lines in the world – especially those big, fat and funky ones. Here’s one I rustled up in the toolshed – it’s mostly Cubase (with some Albino synth and Moog VST providing the squelchy bits)… Continue reading Harp beat