Renaissance Man- Dubbo. Absolute legend. This is like when they did that bootcut of DJ Hell and decided 'fuckairhorns' in their Definition of House Music. It had the largest terrifying foghorn sample. This is 100x that.Plus the Sandy Bitchesteaser. I've always been a bit MEH about Dolby Anol since that Cowbois fiasco but with 'classics' such as Cancer, Linda and Heather, I'm Dry I decided to give them another chance. Check out the 'bangin choon' that is Tender Touch and their 'humourous' ad on their 'myspace'.
Google this percussion heavy house gem out on Get Physical & you may find yourself at 'SATANICPORNOCULTSHOP', but the link above you should keep your dignity intact. Btw the Zombielicious remix samples have been available for a bit now inc the highly anticipated Proxy remix of Shottieville (unfortunately so-so), plus them Irish blokes Arveene & Misk, Shadow Dancer, Milano and Hey Today.
Relentless after playing his remixes of I Love To Move in Here, Homezone, & What You Need, Proxy at last night's Bugged Out in the Scrutton St warehouse (complete w/ mid-less echoing soundsystem, populated by a mix of motionless Ipso Facto women, Nathan Barley men, and hardcore Turbo nerds totalling...3) went on to drop WHO ARE YOU (Bloody Beetroots Remix). Playing an hour of his own material as the crowd would have wanted it, Matt Walsh must've been depressed to follow him.
Loveable Tiga was dressed down at his own launch party sans gloves/sunglasses/possibly shoes, with a so-so somewhat predictable set (you know, RIVERSIDE, MOTHERFUCKER aka the post-Big Money Comin'?, many a Shoes remix and *cough* Washing Up) plus bewildering 90's rave track. Whilst out of nowhere behind the Turbo crew, Busy P appears quietly grinning, as he IS Jesus (of the scene).
... Well worth being covered in Shoreditch cretin, the sweat of the worringly numerous hefty men in LOVE with Tiga & more bruises than during sex, as we agree this was the necessary time to see Proxy live, especially as the epic crowd-engaging "everybody get low!" shenanigans solemnly signalled the final demise of the track of 2008, Raven... Ahh closure.
After keeping my boyfriend up at 6.30am post-rave by asking on loop 'who's mohan das, who's mohan das, who's mohan das?' = here's Mohan Das - Oh Yes.