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Thursday, 31 May 2012

OLD SCHOOL SESSION IN PORTRUSH, N. IRELAND, BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY 4TH JUNE



Monday, 28 May 2012

MD'S DIARY BLOG, MAY '12



No overseas excursions during the month of May, but there was plenty non-run-of-the-mill UK stuff to keep things interesting.

The first weekend of the month was Bank Holiday time, which saw me heading to London on the Sunday to play an extra date at Grand Union in Wandsworth. At six hours long, the set time was a real bonecrusher. Clearly the punters were very much the worse for wear by the end, barely managing to stagger from the bar to the toilets. If the sweating walls and lake in the toilets were anything to go by, it was, shall we say, full on!

The following evening, Bank Holiday Monday, saw me back on the radio for the very first Fish Out Of Water show. It's an idea I'd had for a while, and it's been great to see it come to fruition. The concept is to invite three of OX105FM's specialist DJs, (there's a good 25-30 to choose from,) to pick five tracks that mean a lot to them. There's a catch, though - they can't be anything like what anyone might expect them to be into as there's no fun in a D&B DJ picking five D&B tracks. Instead the guests are asked to select tunes outside of their musical comfort zone. DJ Sarumawashi, Al Cappucino and MJ were my first guests, and collectively chose a proper mixed bag of oddities, and naturally I chose a few of my own too. You can listen back to the results here:




The left-field experimental nature of the show happily paid off, as I've been given the green light to do another on on the Jubilee Holiday Tuesday, 5th June.

Saturday 12th was my birthday, and not only did some sunny Spring weather kick in after weeks of rain, but it also marked this year's Southport Weekender, now relocated from its traditional Northern home to Butlins in Minehead. As with last year, it made for a hectic schedule, as I was only able to visit for the Saturday, and even then had to dive out to do my monthly gig in Bath in the midst of it. I got into town mid-afternoon, collected my press pass, and went in to see who was around. Southport's like Notting Hill Carnival; you arrange with so many folk that you'll meet them there, but in practice, it's virtually impossible to locate them. I managed to bump into Oxford DJ Tony Nanton, Bournemouth's Bob Baker and Swindon's Vince M and Dale, but the planned link-up with DJ David Craig, who'd flown in specially from his new home of Dubai for his Southport set, eluded us throughout.


The headline act was Jill Scott, and I managed to catch her top-quality set, despite her being 40 minutes late. After dashing off to Bath and putting in my work, I was back on-site by 3.30am to mop up the remainder of Saturday night. The four rooms included DJ Jazzy Jeff with hype man MC Skillz tearing up the Funkbase, US house dons Tony Humphries, Joe Clausell, Danny Krivit and Kerri Chandler doing their thing, and Northern electro funk legend Greg Wilson finishing off the Connoisseurs from 6 to 8am with a set-up that included a vintage quarter-inch reel-to-reel tape player. A few trainspotters in the crowd seemed to think that Greg was miming the actions to a pre-recorded CD, and that, once sussed, he hurriedly started mixing for real. After a pitiful four hours sleep back at my guest house, I headed back through the winding West Country lanes on Sunday afternoon.

My full report on all the Southport shenanigans for Black Sheep Magazine is right here. It's definitely still the musical highlight of the year for any fan of soulful black music.

A long-awaited return to Cardiff was on Saturday 19th. It's a place that will always hold special memories due to the two years when I was one of the weekly residents at the legendary Forum, with no exaggeration, one of the most significant spots in UK clubland to embrace the massive popularity of R&B and hip hop in the late 90s. Things have changed a lot since then, but one venue that retains its musical integrity is 411 Club, (formerly Libertys and Po Na Na), now run by veteran DJ Mo Moniz and his crew.


With me for the gig was my good buddy from Latvia, DJ Aiva. The plan was for him to pass through my radio show earlier on too, for a guest mix. in the end, Aiva ended up missing his flight, and a swift Plan B was put into place. He ended up having to buy a new ticket at hideous cost, routing via Frankfurt, landing into Gatwick rather than Luton, then taking a coach to Oxford, from where I whisked us up the M4 to Wales. The gig was great fun, but despite having been billed as an old school hip-hop jam, it was clear that the crowd were hungry for dancehall/bashment big-time, and our sets consisted almost entirely of the stuff. We eventually got back to my place in full daylight at 6am. Five hours later, we were heading to Luton Airport to deliver Aiva for his flight home.

The Sound Of Now continues every Saturday from 6 to 8pm UK time on http://www.ox105fm.com, and I greatly enjoy the opportunity to drop tunes from across the genres every week. The show's ethos is to avoid obvious artists and big tunes that all the other stations play, and instead deliver lesser-known, but top-quality nuggets both old and new. I post the playlists and Listen Again download links to each week's show on the following Soundcloud page:

http://soundcloud.com/djmarkdevlin


My final gig of the month was on the South Coast on Saturday 26th. Despite visiting Southampton and Bournemouth many times, I'd never before played in Portsmouth. Tonight saw me guesting alongside J Fresh for his regular spot at Club 8. It was a rare luxury to play an hour's guest slot, and I did my best to throw everything and the kitchen sink into my 60 minutes. The venue is notable for its flooring; clearly once upon a time it used to be carpet, but it's long since turned into a pasty treacle-like mush that almost glues you to the spot. And the famous 'worst toilet' scene from 'Trainspotting' was evidently filmed in its bogs. Music-wise, though, it was a top quality one, with the urban sounds finding favour with the crowds throughout. Before heading home, I drove through Southsea, and the memories came flooding back of when my grandfolks used to live down there decades ago and I visited multiple times as a kid. Naturally it all looks completely different now.

... and that was May.




Sunday, 27 May 2012

THE SOUND OF NOW. PLAYLIST & LISTEN AGAIN DOWNLOAD LINKS FOR 26/5/12




THE SOUND OF NOW, WITH MARK DEVLIN, OX105FM (WWW.OX105FM.COM)
PLAYLIST FOR SATURDAY 26TH MAY 2012


Listen Again download links:





DJ JAZZY JEFF & FRESH PRINCE: SUMMERTIME (1991)

ODED NIR FEAT. GIA MELLISH: INTO YOUR HEART (EARNSHAW'S BOOGIE MIX)

ISAAC CHRISTOPHER: SHAKE THAT

JEREMY SYLVESTER: DOO DA DAY

MARIO MARQUES FEAT. LATASHA JORDAN: COME SEE ABOUT ME (SOULFUL HOUSE)

STREET BEAT OF THE WEEK:
WOOKIE FEAT. RACHEL K COLLIER. '2 US' (EXTENDED MIX)

KENDRICK LAMAR FEAT. DR DRE: THE RECIPE

KONCEPT FEAT. SOULKHAN: ASPIRATIONS

INANNA: FANTASY (MERGE MIX)

CHOZEN: LIFE BEGINS (DYNASTY DNB REMIX)

OLD TO THE NEW:
DAVID MORALES PRESENTS THE FACE: NEEDIN' YOU (1995)

DAVID MORALES & ROISIN MURPHY: GOLDEN ERA (FRANCO DE MULERO N HECTOR ROMERO GOLDEN DAYS MIX)

SHOWBIZZ & AG: THAT N*GGA CRAZY 

NAS: DAUGHTERS

IMANI HEKIMA: BENEATH THE SKIN

THE SOUND OF THEN: 

NAKED MUSIC NYC: I'LL TAKE YOU TO LOVE (TEE'S MASTER MIX) (1996)

NICOLE: RUNNIN' AWAY (E-SMOOVE MIX) (1995)

HARLEM HUSTLERS: GET ON DOWN (BOOGIE MIX) (1996)

MIGHTY DUB KATZ: JUST ANOTHER GROOVE (1996)

SPIN DOCTORS: DJ PETE B (BATH) REGGAE MIX

Thursday, 24 May 2012

MD AT CLUB 8, PORTSMOUTH, THIS SATURDAY



All set for this one on Saturday - dropping bangers at Club 8 in Portsmouth alongside the South Coast's finest J Fresh. Should be a stormer.

FISH OUT OF WATER RETURNS, HOLIDAY TUESDAY, 5TH JUNE, ON OX105FM



Fish Out Of Water is back for a second instalment at the tail end of the holiday weekend, as Mark Devlin invites three more of OX105's specialist DJs into the studio, and takes them right outside of their musical comfort zone. 

Each will be invited to pick five tracks that mean a lot to them, and to explain why, but the rules state they have to be right outside of what anyone would expect them to be into. So a D&B DJ picking five D&B tracks is out. It's oddities, deep, dark secrets and guilty pleasure all the way.

Catch Fish Out Of Water on Tuesday 5th June on OX105FM, from 7 to 9pm UK time. You can listen live on-line at http://www.ox105fm.com

Wednesday, 23 May 2012

JAY-Z & KANYE LIVE IN LONDON REVIEW (FROM WWW.BLACKSHEEPMAG.COM)


Check out Andrew Kay's review of Jay-Z & Kanye West live at The 02 in London here.

Monday, 21 May 2012

THE PAINFUL TRUTH



THE SOUND OF NOW. PLAYLIST & LISTEN AGAIN DOWNLOAD LINKS FOR 19/5/12


THE SOUND OF NOW, WITH MARK DEVLIN, OX105FM (WWW.OX105FM.COM)
PLAYLIST FOR SATURDAY 19TH MAY 2012



Listen Again Download links:




ODED NIR FEAT. GIA MELLISH. INTO YOUR HEART (DUTCHICAN SOUL VOCAL)

ISAAC CHRISTOPHER. I NEED YOU (ORIGINAL MIX)

JEREMY SYLVESTER. DOO DAA DAY 

STREET BEAT OF THE WEEK:
INANNA. FANTASY (MERGE MIX)

MISS OMEGA: KNOW MY NAME (WOOKIE'S LOVESTAR REMIX)

EV4N HOLT.  MAYWEATHER

SHOWBIZZ & AG. THAT N*GGA CRAZY 

KONCEPT FEAT. SOULKHAN. ASPIRATIONS

GIOLO FEAT. JAY SOUL. DEEP INSIDE (ORIGINAL MIX)

THE 2 BEARS. TAKE A LOOK AROUND (CAZE NOVE REMIX)

OTTN
TALIB KWELI: COUNTRY CUZZ'NS (2008)

TALIB KWELI FEAT. ACE HOOD. LET EM IN 

AKALA. A MESSAGE

BREIS. FIRE AND ICE

THE SOUND OF THEN: 
OL' DIRTY BASTARD: BROOKLYN ZOO (1995)

RAEKWON: ICE CREAM (1995)

WU TANG CLAN: PROTECT YA NECK (1993)

ONYX: SLAM! (1993)

EPMD: THE HEAD BANGER (1992)

LOST BOYZ: JEEPS, LEX, COUPS, BIMAZ & BENZ (1995)

CHINAHBLAC. BLOWN AWAY (MAIN VOCAL)

RUDIMENTAL. FEEL THE LOVE (EXTENDED MIX) 

UNIQUE HASTINGS: SAVE THE WORLD 

TRIBUTE:
CHUCK BROWN & THE SOUL SEARCHERS: WE NEED SOME MONEY

SPIN DOCTORS: DJ TEDDY TOUCH (NORWAY) OLD SCHOOL HIP HOP MIX

Wednesday, 16 May 2012

MD'S CLUB/ RADIO DATES, MAY/ JUNE '12




Thursday 17th May
The Living Room, Tower Bridge, London

Friday 18th May
The Living Room, Milton Keynes

Saturday 19th May
The Sound Of Now, OX4FM, Oxford (6-8pm)
(Latvia's DJ Ai-va in the live mix)


Saturday 19th May
Old School Jams, 411 Club, Cardiff, WALES
(With Latvia's DJ Ai-va)

Thursday 24th May
The Living Room, Tower Bridge, London

Friday 25th May
The Living Room, Milton Keynes

Saturday 26th May
The Sound Of Now, OX4FM, Oxford (6-8pm)
(DJ Diggz in the live mix)

Saturday 26th May
Funk'd & Blush'd, Club 8, Portsmouth 

Friday 1st June
The Living Room, Milton Keynes

Saturday 2nd June
The Sound Of Now, OX4FM, Oxford (6-8pm)

Saturday 2nd June
The Living Room, Bristol

Sunday 3rd June
Grand Union, Wandsworth, London, SW1


Monday 4th June
BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY
Throwbacks, The Playhouse, Portrush, NORTHERN IRELAND


Tuesday 5th June 
BANK HOLIDAY TUESDAY
Fish Out Of Water, OX105FM, Oxford (7-9pm) 

Thursday 7th June
The Living Room, Tower Bridge, London

Friday 8th June
The Living Room, Tower Bridge, London

Saturday 9th June
The Sound Of Now, OX4FM, Oxford (6-8pm)

Saturday 9th June
The Earl, The Second Bridge, Bath

Friday 15th June
The Living Room, Milton Keynes

Saturday 16th June
The Sound Of Now, OX4FM, Oxford (6-8pm)

Saturday 16th June
The Living Room, Bristol

Friday 22nd June
The Living Room, Milton Keynes

Saturday 23rd June
The Sound Of Now, OX4FM, Oxford (6-8pm)

Saturday 23rd June
Grand Union, Wandsworth, London, SW1

Friday 29th June
Yates', Bicester

Saturday 30th June
The Sound Of Now, OX4FM, Oxford (6-8pm)

Saturday 30th June
The Living Room, Bristol










OLD SCHOOL JAMS AT 411 CLUB, CARDIFF, THIS SATURDAY




All set for this one on Saturday 19th. Old school hip-hop jams at Cardiff's heaviest spot, 411 Club, alongside my homie from Latvia, DJ Ai-va.

Tuesday, 15 May 2012

JILL SCOTT PERFORMS AT THE SOUTHPORT WEEKENDER 2012


Headliner Jill Scott drops a soulful performance in the new concert arena at the Southport Weekender, 12th May 2012.


DJ JAZZY JEFF BLOWS UP THE SOUTHPORT WEEKENDER FUNKBASE, 2012, PART 2


The legendary turntablist/ laptoppist, assisted by hype man MC Skillz, tears it up at Butlins, Minehead, 12th May 2012


DJ JAZZY JEFF BLOWS UP THE SOUTHPORT WEEKENDER FUNKBASE, 2012



The legendary turntablist/ laptoppist tears it up at Butlins, Minehead, 12th May 2012.

TONY HUMPHRIES PUMPS UP THE POWERHOUSE, SOUTHPORT WEEKENDER 2012



Legendary US housemaster drops some heavy basslines at Butlins, Minehead, 12th May 2012.

Monday, 14 May 2012

SOUTHPORT WEEKENDER 48 REVIEW


Blessings of more than just the musical variety descended on Butlins in Minehead last weekend. After weeks of rain, the sun broke through, Live Aid-style, just in time for Southport Weekender's annual shindig. It made the feel-good vibes from every shade of black dance music sound just that little bit happier.

This was the 48th Weekender, but more numerically significant was that it marked 25 years since the event that started it all. That was a low-key gathering of 400 or so music heads in October 1987 on a blustery caravan park in Berwick Upon Tweed, with Ronnie McNeir and Keni Burke headlining. It was successful enough for founder Alex Lowes to try more events, and it moved to the Merseyside resort that gave it its name, before making the shift to the much bigger Somerset site last year. The move divided opinion, with many stalwarts feeling the event had lost some of its identity in its larger home, while others recognised its new ability to attract even bigger numbers of both punters and live acts. And for Southerners, no longer having to navigate the ultra-congested M6 around Birmingham helped.

Headlining the massive array of acts at SW48 was 'Jilly from Philly'. Jill Scott's live performance with a full live band was much hyped, and didn't disappoint. Taking place in a new purpose-built concert arena within the huge central marquee, she'd kept the crowd waiting a fashionable 40 minutes before emerging with the appearance of some sort of Earth goddess. Clad in a figure-hugging black dress, orange headwrap and huge earrings, she went much further than simply belting out the soulful numbers, (including a trickily-tempoed variation on 'Getting In The Way' that had the crowd not quite knowing what beat to dance to.) Mugging entertainingly and flashing the kind of bodily gestures and visual put-downs that spirited black women do so well, she showed an impressively natural stage presence. 



Friday night's live attraction was Soul II Soul, complete with Caron Wheeler. If you closed your eyes and suspended your imagination, it might have been 1989 all over again. Other live acts, including The Brand New Heavies, Patrice Rushen, the Robert Glasper Experiment, Gregory Porter, Kenny Bobien and Josh Milan of Blaze, reflected the differing complexions of the four rooms of music, with something for all tastes.

If queues are anything to go by, the line snaking into The Funkbase at 3.30am on Saturday night gave some indication of its headline act. DJ Jazzy Jeff had recruited rapper MC Skillz to hype up his set, and their reputation clearly preceded them. True to his trademark style, Jeff ripped furiously through snippets of tracks, with the pop oddities easily equalling the hip-hop sounds. New Kids On The Block, Color Me Badd, David Bowie and Queen merged with Big Daddy Kane, KRS One, James Brown and Bobby Byrd breaks, and an extended sequence of reggae moments from the likes of Bob Marley, Dawn Penn, Buju Banton, and even Musical Youth's 'Pass The Dutchie' had lighters waving. A couple of hours earlier, similar reggae basslines - with the queues to match - had been created by David Rodigan, a huge Funkbase attraction for the second year.

Where the live acts defined each room of music, it was harder to determine which arena you were in from the DJ sets. Although loosely split into genres, most DJs launched into freeflow, simply playing good music without worrying about categories - Ronnie Herel dropping Roy Davis Jr's 'Gabriel' in The Funkbase, for instance. The Powerhouse at least stuck to what it said on the tin - pumping, bassline-heavy deep, soulful and chunky house, delivered by many of the US trailblazers such as Frankie Knuckles, David Morales, Tony Humphries, Kenny Dope and Kerri Chandler. New York dance icons Joe Clausell and Danny Krivit found themselves delivering their sets in the Beat Bar and Connoisseurs Corner respectively.



Of the names new to the bill, British house producer Sean McCabe rocked The Beat Bar crowd on Saturday afternoon, justifying his eligibility for a peak-time set next time round. Special mention must go to Greg Wilson, meanwhile, who span the 6-8am set of Sunday morning in the Connoisseurs. The novelty factor here was his manipulating of a reel-to-reel quarter-inch tape machine to bring in the drops and samples over his speaker-shaking grooves. It could easily have been done with a third CD player, but the tape machine was a nostalgic touch harking back to his days as a UK pioneer of the electro funk genre in the early 80s.

A special nod of acknowledgement must go to the residents, who have provided the event with its consistency over the 25 years, giving many a tune new-found status as an eternal Southport anthem. An outstanding service award has to go to Scotland's Bob Jeffries, the only jock to have played at every weekender since 1987, (the North East's Jonathan shared that status until he dropped off the bill a few years ago) and well on his way to a complete set of 50 events.

Boookings are now being taken for SW49, set for the weekend of 10th to 12th May 2013, and early sales come highly recommended, as these always sell out months in advance. Ahead of that, meanwhile, there's the same team's Suncebeat event from 25th to 31st July - all the soulful grooves of Southport, but on the sun-drenched Adriatic coast of Croatia - far less of a weather risk than Minehead. Details of all are at http://www.southportweekender.co.uk

Thursday, 10 May 2012

THE SOUND OF NOW. PLAYLIST & LISTEN AGAIN LINK FOR 28/4/12


THE SOUND OF NOW, WITH MARK DEVLIN, OX105FM (WWW.OX105FM.COM)
PLAYLIST FOR SATURDAY 28TH APRIL 2012


Better late than never, here's the playlist and download link for the radio show from a couple of weekends ago which was proving elusive at the time!



THE 2 BEARS. TAKE A LOOK AROUND (CAZE NOVE REMIX)

MISS OMEGA: KNOW MY NAME (WOOKIE'S LOVESTAR REMIX)

PNAU: UNITE US (WOOKIE REMIX)

MAC MILLER: THE GROW UP

GAME FEAT. LUPE FIASCO. SKATE ON

STREET BEAT OF THE WEEK:
MASTA ACE: SLOW DOWN

TORAE: DO THE MATH

KASHII & CHAOS: WAVES 

CHAOS IN THE CBD: NEVER DO

OLD TO THE NEW:
DONAEO: I'M FLY (2008)

DONAEO. BIG BEN (ARTFUL REMIX)

EDUCATED CONSUMERS: PEACE OF MIND

PUNCHLINE & DJ SOUL CLAP: UNDERGROUND SUPERSTAR

THE SOUND OF THEN:
FUNDISHA: LIVE THE LIFE (2001)

ASHANTI: FOOLISH (2002)

AALIYAH: ROCK THE BOAT (2001)

ASHANTI: HAPPY (2002)

JONELL & METHOD MAN: ROUND & ROUND (2001)

STYLES P FEAT. PHAROAHE MONCH: THE LIFE (2002)

GEORG LEVIN: EVERYTHING MUST CHANGE (SOULFUL HOUSE)

ANTHONY DAVID: 4EVERMORE (DJ KEMIT DEEP HOUSE REMIX)

SPIN DOCTORS: DJ MUNRO (NEWCASTLE) 90S R&B REVIVAL MIX

Wednesday, 9 May 2012

OLD SCHOOL JAMS AT 411 CLUB, CARDIFF, SATURDAY 19TH MAY



All set for this one next month. Old school hip-hop jams at Cardiff's heaviest spot, 411 Club, alongside my homie from Latvia, DJ Ai-va.

Tuesday, 8 May 2012

FISH OUT OF WATER. PLAYLIST & LISTEN AGAIN LINKS FOR 7/5/12
















FISH OUT OF WATER WITH MARK DEVLIN
PLAYLIST FOR 7/5/12

Here's the playlist and Listen Again links for last night's Fish Out Of Water then, where three of OX105FM's DJs came in to pick some unconventional favourite tracks. If you're looking for a hip-hop/ urban/ contemporary fix, this won't be for you. But if you're up for a journey into unexpected musical territory, download and enjoy!

Listen Again links:


MARK DEVLIN'S SELECTIONS:
DAVID BOWIE: SPACE ODDITY
DAVID BOWIE: ASHES TO ASHES

DJ SARUMAWASHI'S SELECTIONS:
CESARIA EVORA: DOCE GUERRA
GUTTY DUARTE: FRONTA MARIA
TU BAROTES: DJONSRUTTO CABRAL
KASSAV: MWEN DIOU AWA
CESARIA EVORA: ANGOLA

MARK DEVLIN'S SELECTION:
BARRY MCGUIRE: EVE OF DESTRUCTION

AL CAPUCCINO'S SELECTIONS:
THE ORB: LITTLE FLUFFY CLOUDS
DED DREAD: DREAD BASS
RADIOHEAD: CREEP
GARY JULES: MAD WORLD
ELIZA DOOLITTLE: GO HOME
MARK DEVLIN'S SELECTION:
ENNIO MORRICONE: THE MAN WITH THE HARMONICA

MJ'S SELECTIONS:
KATE BUSH: WUTHERING HEIGHTS
SOFT CELL: TAINTED LOVE
DURAN DURAN: SAVE A PRAYER
LEVEL 42: LESSONS IN LOVE
NENA: 99 RED BALLOONS

MARK DEVLIN'S SELECTIONS:
JOHN LENNON: WATCHING THE WHEELS
FAZE ONE: RIDIN' HIGH

Monday, 7 May 2012

THE SOUND OF NOW. PLAYLIST & LISTEN AGAIN LINKS FOR 5/5/12




Listen Again download links:




RUDIMENTAL. FEEL THE LOVE (EXTENDED MIX) 

UNIQUE HASTINGS: SAVE THE WORLD

MILK. BROKE UP THE FAMILY (KENNY KEN REMIX)

CONSEQUENCE: TRUST FUND BABY

MASTA ACE: SLOW DOWN

GAME FEAT. FAT JOE AND YOUNG CHRIS. GREY STONE

TRUTH HURTS FEAT. BEANIE SIGEL: THE TRUTH

OTTN
BREIS: HERE FOR YOU

BREIS: RADIO TIMES

GIOLO FEAT. JAY SOUL: DEEP INSIDE

DEHASSE: CANADIAN ANGEL

STREET BEAT OF THE WEEK:
TALIB KWELI FEAT. ACE HOOD. LET EM IN

JAY ELECTRONICA: DEAR MOLESKINE

WILL.I.AM FEAT. TERRY DEXTER: LAY ME DOWN

BUDDY FEAT. KENDRICK LAMAR: STAIRCASES

TSOT:
MOTHER: ALL FUNKED UP (1993)

LIBERATION: LIBERATION 2 (1993)

FUTURE SOUND OF LONDON: PAPUA NEW GUINEA (1992)

ISAAC CHRISTOPHER: BEEN THRU THE HOUSE

THE 2 BEARS. TAKE A LOOK AROUND (THE 2 BEARS VS HOUSE OF HOUSE)

SPIN DOCTORS: DJ SOULCHILD (SWITZERLAND) BUMPING R&B MIX











Friday, 4 May 2012

MD'S CLUB DATES, MAY/ JUNE '12
























Saturday 12th May
The Earl, The Second Bridge, Bath
Friday 18th May
The Living Room, Milton Keynes
Saturday 19th May
The Sound Of Now, OX4FM, Oxford (6-8pm)
(Latvia's DJ Ai-va in the live mix)
Saturday 19th May
Old School Jams, 411 Club, Cardiff, WALES
(With Latvia's DJ Ai-va)
Thursday 24th May
The Living Room, Tower Bridge, London
Friday 25th May
The Living Room, Milton Keynes
Saturday 26th May
The Sound Of Now, OX4FM, Oxford (6-8pm)
(DJ Diggz in the live mix)
Saturday 26th May
Funk'd & Blush'd, Club 8, Portsmouth 
Friday 1st June
The Living Room, Milton Keynes
Saturday 2nd June
The Sound Of Now, OX4FM, Oxford (6-8pm)
Saturday 2nd June
The Living Room, Bristol
Sunday 3rd June
Grand Union, Wandsworth, London, SW1
Monday 4th June
BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY
Throwbacks, The Playhouse, Portrush, NORTHERN IRELAND
Tuesday 5th June 
BANK HOLIDAY TUESDAY
Fish Out Of Water, OX105FM, Oxford (7-9pm) 
Thursday 7th June
The Living Room, Tower Bridge, London
Friday 8th June
Coyote Fly, Riga, LATVIA
Saturday 9th June
The Sound Of Now, OX4FM, Oxford (6-8pm)
Saturday 9th June
The Earl, The Second Bridge, Bath
Friday 15th June
The Living Room, Milton Keynes
Saturday 16th June
The Sound Of Now, OX4FM, Oxford (6-8pm)
Saturday 16th June
The Living Room, Bristol
Friday 22nd June
The Living Room, Milton Keynes
Saturday 23rd June
The Sound Of Now, OX4FM, Oxford (6-8pm)
Friday 29th June
Yates', Bicester
Saturday 30th June
The Sound Of Now, OX4FM, Oxford (6-8pm)
Saturday 30th June
The Living Room, Bristol