Thanks to Quest for suppling the flyers/posters/photos
Were you a regular clubber before you started DJing? If so which clubs did you frequent? I always wanted to be a DJ… It came before the dancing. I’ve never felt comfortable dancing although I would always get into the groove whilst DJing… I find it difficult to keep still and was always a very… Continue reading DJ Interview: David Saunders
We were the F.T.F Posse but latter we because the Legion Of Doom, as Judge Doom thought F.T.F. (Far Too Fierce) sounded too American, personal I think he just wanted a crew named after him. It was 89 and we were all about inventing Posse names, drinking cider and have rap sessions. The turntables were Citronic… Continue reading Southway Rap Sessions.
Found a tape of some tracks I made on a Roland 303/606 from way back when you could buy a 303 for 30 quid, heres one I didn't ruin with my dodgy scratching that I seem to have put on most of the other tracks on the tape. Possibly Plymouth's first Acid House track? Update:… Continue reading Southway Acid Session
I have jacked the following piece off the This Is Plymouth website. It is credited to Carl_eve and was published on the 16th Oct 2016. Here is the link to view it it its original form: http://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/the-hidden-history-of-how-the-dance-academy-was-shut-down/story-29755650-detail/story.html The 'hidden history' of how the Dance Academy was shut down Manoucehr Bahmanzadeh ran the Union Street Dance Academy venue… Continue reading The ‘hidden history’ of how the Dance Academy was shut down
Another vintage track from MC Tone and DJ Risk (me). I remember playing it to some folks outside Next the day or so after we made it and someone saying "its that the new TCI Track" which I was chuffed about as TCI were the best around town at the time. This track is from… Continue reading DJ Risk & Tone MC / Untitled