Mancunian Way & Rhythmicity Present : New Years Eve – The Smashment 2012 – Unique Chapel, Platt Fields, Manchester

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PARTY IN A CHURCH ON NEW YEARS EVE

UNIQUE CHAPEL – PLATT FIELDS – FALLOWFIELD

Following on from last years success, Mancunian Way & Rhythmicity present  New Years Eve : The Smashment 2012, a night promising great music and unbeatable atmosphere in an unrivalled new venue – The grade 2 listed Unique Chapel, set in the grounds of Platt Fields Park in the heart of South Manchester.

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The momentum builds from 8pm with Unity Radio 92.8FM‘s flagship Reggae team The pRp Show dropping classic Roots & Reggae vibes in their inimitable ‘Punky Reggae Party’ set. Mancunian Way DJ’s Marlon De Blanco and Dyl E.D. go back to back in the lead up to midnight increasing the energy with up front Hip Hop and Club Classics. Then from midnight onwards, Robot Bodypop‘s own 1neJack takes over proceedings with an epic 3 hour set comprising Garage, Old Skool and Jungle vibes along side the best in current bass music.

The newly installed sound system is fully complimented by excellent chapel acoustics and a large dance floor. There is a large mezzanine chill out section and a fully seated smoking area out back. And of course, the well stocked bar offers cheap drinks with a selection of great value promotions on the night.

 

FULL LINE UP

 

The pRp Show (Unity 92.8FM)

DJ Dyl E.D. (Brothers Reed/Mancunian Way) 

Marlon De Blanco (Mancunian Way)

1neJack (Robot Bodypop)

Special Guests TBA

 

Minimum age: 18

Entry price (public): £7.00 per person. Buy 10 get 1 free

Entry price (members/NUS): £7.00 per person. Buy 10 get 1 free

Doors open: 8:00pm til 3:00am

Last entry: 2:00am

Date: 31st December 2012 (New Year’s Eve)

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Egoless – Before/ After EP

The LoDubs label has steadily gained pace since it’s inception in 2006 as a sub label. Swiftly and without haste the label become and important part of modern bass music with their feature debuts from the likes of XI, 6Blocc, DZ, Bombaman, Starkey, Clubroot, Swarms and Cardopusher.

Their latest cut see’s Croation beatsmith Egoless on a 3 track E.P. ‘Before Dub’ is the opener and captures the roots vibe perfectly before the intruigingly titled ‘Woodpeckers Groove’ picks up the pace with skippy breaks and smooth harmonies rising throughout. ‘The Day After The Riot’ tops the E.P of with some traditional stabs and horns while the drums lay down the funky pattern and a subtle vocal rides over the lot.

A fine release, still only days old, and perfectly highlighting the versatility of this committed label.

Buy LoDubs music

Robot Bodypop 15.09.12

artwork by Goro Fujita

Flying solo this week its myself Killian with a varied selection of beats. Theres some speaker-shaking beats in there this week most notably from Catnapp and the recent collaboration between Mancunians Virus Syndicate & North Base. Then theres some deep grooves from Kaiju, a roots vibe on the Hoodz cut and as usual theres a couple of freebies, this week supplied by Moth Equals and Subtle Mind. All nicely rounded with Mloski as the Transmit Sessions returns and he brings a deep and atmospheric vibe with a selection of his own work. Dig it.

Killian

Sexaphone – Subtle Mind
Dhaka – Mindgate & Malz
Trip – Curtis Mayfield (Ta Ku Pragmatic Theory RMX)
Make Your Speakers Boom – Catnapp
I & I – El Rakkas (XI RMX)
Lone Wolf – Kaiju
Bad Mind – Hoodz
Home – Virus Syndicate & North Base
Eyes Wide Open – J:Kenzo
The Goose That Got Away – Objekt
The Sun – Moth Equals

Transmit #11 – Mloski

What I Found – Mloski
Fragments – Mloski
Camera On – Mloski
Brings the Shadow – Mloski
Sea Black – Mloski & Balansky
Circumstances – Mloski
Two Souls Intertwined – Mloski
Tolerated Dose – Mloski
Scattered Thoughts (Micromanaged by Polygon Ring) – Mloski
Inside Ocean – Mloski
Among the Others – Mloski

Robot Bodypop 18.08.12 – 1st Birthday Edition

artwork by Brian Despain

One year since it’s immaculate conception, Robot Bodypop pull out all the stops to bring you a fitting celebration to end a great first year of podcasting. We have been very lucky to host and interview some amazing acts in our ongoing Transmit mix series and we hope to build on that into 2013. We are massively appreciative of our listeners, friends, relatives, producers, artists, labels and promoters that have helped and supported us along the way. To show how humble we are, we have stitched together an hour long back to back mix of some of our keenest selections to date for free download. Check the First Annuary Podcast feature below.

As for the show itself, 1nejack opens on the deep and emotional side of things with artists like Purity Ring, Maribou and 123MRK all gracing the playlist. Killian comes in a dutty dancefloor style – Major Lazer, Strategy and eccentric reggae don Lee Scratch Perry get a good rotation in his half of the show, but that’s not before we bring out this fortnight’s Survivor. Clear out your ears, open your mind and enjoy.

1NEJACK

Obedear – Purity Ring
Ready – Jacques Greene
Go (If You Lie) – Kiro Rox
Elevate This Sound (feat. Teebee) – Calyx
Off The Reel – Kry Wolf
Cross Examination (feat Beezy) – Perverse
Cherise – Roof Light
Blindspot (Maribou Remix) – Submotion Orchestra
August – Detz
Morning – Inxect
Lights Out, Words Gone (Dark Sky Remix) – Bombay Bicycle Club
And I’ll Be – Revilo
Invisible Colours – 123MRK

KILLIAN

The Grey Area – Your Local Vicar
Harlem – Saulya & Radic
Harder – The Eyes
Come Again – The Eyes ft. Strategy
Acufen – Mekha
Maybe – NKillah (Tronical RMX)
Look At Where We Are – Hot Chip (Major Lazer RMX)
Sanctuary – Pheral
Black Panta – Lee Perry
Business Lock – Luciano (Krak In Dub RMX)
Pain Of The Sting – L-Ow
My Love – Xanja
Swagger Wagon – ECID ft. Derill Pounds & Leif
Inside Ocean – Mloski

The Eyes – Harder

Estate Recordings goes from strength to strength showing that the recent Umbro bursary was well deserved. The new single, their 7th release, drops on the 20th August and it’s a killer.

On the A side it’s the first release from super-producer and selector Chimpo and ridiculously good vocalist Fox. They go by the name of The Eyes and it’s a fantastic mix of talents with each artist going back to the roots of music with the vibes on this plate. Both tracks found their way onto the playloist of this weeks Robot Bodypop radio show.

‘Harder’ is a reggae anthem with a hook, which should have people singing throughout the summer. On the flip you have ‘Come Again’ which switches up the vibes with a dancehall riddim this time featuring Strategy found recently rocking speakers worldwide with ‘Marka’

Talented video work from Joe Gavin once again. Really excited to see whats next from both Estate Recordings and The Eyes.

Reggae Roast – RR10

The 10th release on the vibrant UK reggae label sees ‘Show Babylon’ by Linval Thompson given the remix treatment. This collective thrives on providing uplifting vibes either in the series of releases or live at any number of festivals. This 4 track sees Dutch bassweight specialist TMSV on remixing duties alongside 3 dub and version cuts of this mighty track. Featured on this weeks Robot Bodypop show its yet another addition to a fine back catalogue and we’re already excited to see what comes out of release 11.

Hopefully you can catch Reggae Roast this summer as the 3 piece soundsystem takes to the road. Check out their website for more info

http://www.reggaeroast.co.uk

nonXero – Black Art

Set to drop on the 2nd June, US DJ & producer nonXero draws inspiration from reggae, grime, dubstep and future garage for this release on In The Mix records. ‘Black Art’ will be nonXeros 3rd album and its a reflection of his time spent in Detroit, Michigan. Wanting to identify the relationship between art, music and urban culture, nonXero uses samples recorded by himself to illustrate what he calls his ‘adventures’. Several stand out tracks such as the ‘Down Under’ VIP and ‘Will You Be Mine’ but its a solid collection of tracks that builds and builds. Bag it.

Also be sure to check out his soundcloud page as theres a stack of music on there.

http://soundcloud.com/nonxero

http://www.nonxero.com