January 2009

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WeAreBlahBlahBlah EP9 – Mixed by Matt Walsh We loved our last mix by Brodinski so much that we decided to ask his Turbo label-mate Matt Walsh to provide us with our ninth installment of WeAreBlahBlahBlah. Matt Walsh is one of the hardest working DJs in the UK today. As a resident of Turbo, Bugged Out, Durrr and T-Bar, he is regularly playing alongside some of the biggest names in dance music. He musical tastes range from techno to acid house to disco to electro. Matt's rise came when he warmed up for Tiga at a Bugged Out party at T-Bar. Tiga was instantly impressed with his set and Matt soon became adopted into the Turbo family. ... Read more / Preview track
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Joe and Will Ask on Kitsune We have been big fans of Joe and Will Ask? for absolutely ages. In fact they played on our their first ever live gigs at Blah Blah Blah back in the summer of 2007. We always thought they had the potential to go far and it seems that we were quite right. Their latest release "Claymore" has been picked up by Kitsune and is due to be released very soon. The lead title tracks would probably sound more familiar on Boysnoize records with it's slabs of synths and distorted bassline. Joe and Will Ask's tracks are usually punctuated with deep basslines that grumble perfectly through on a big ... Read more / Preview track
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Shinichi Osawa Competition >Yet another amazing competition by Blah Blah Blah. This time we have got together with Southern Fried Records to giveaway signed copies of Shinichi Osawa's amazing album "The One". Out now on Southern Fried, the album features amazing tracks such as "Star Guitar" (his brilliant cover of the Chemical Brothers classic), "Electro411" and "The Golden", as well as awesome reworks by the likes of Crookers, Herve and Van She. We have seven copies to giveaway. To stand a chance of winning, email blahblahblah_brighton@hotmail.co.uk with the answer to the following question. (Please email with ... Read more / Preview track
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Blah Blah Blah Must Have Tracks – January 1. Brodinski - Oblivion 2. The Hours - Can You See The Light (Dekker and Johan Dub) 3. Jokers of the Scene - Baggy Bottom Boys 4. The Knife - Heartbeats (Style of Eye Remix) 5. Beach Boys - God Only Knows (Aeroplane Bootleg Remix) 6. Tom Craft - When I Was Sixteen (Ramon Tapia Remix) 7. Scan X - Midnight (Julian Jeweil Remix) 8. Fukkk Off - Black Phantom 9. Stewart Walker - Days Before Rebirth 10. DJ Mujava - Township Funk (Sinden ... Read more / Preview track
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WeAreBlahBlahBlah EP8 – Mixed by Brodinski The first WeAreBlahBlahBlah mix of 2009 has landed and we are very excited about this one. Brodinski has provided us with a brilliant techno infused mix that proves once again why he is one of the most highly regarded young producers in the world. In 2007 he released his eagerly anticipated debut "Bad Runner" and followed it up in 2008 with "Oblivion" which was released on Tiga's outsanding Turbo label. His sound shifts somewhere between techno and electro, and shows the kind of depth that is so rare for such a young producer. Brodinski's tightly honed mixing and impeccible ability to read ... Read more / Preview track
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Blah Blah Blah 10 Artists of the Year 2008 1. Popof Consistantly producing some of the finest dance music out there. Despite being around for ten years, 2008 was the year everyone started taking notice with stunning remixes of the likes of Tiga, Mystery Jets, Tocadisco and Steve Angello. Key track: Popof - Eletrik Circus 2. Fake Blood The mystery man's throbbing bass driven tracks took over dancefloors in 2008. HIs mammoth track "Mars" and his string of fine remixes made him the most talked about producer of the first half of the year. Key track: Dan Le Sac ft Scroobius Pip - Look For the Woman 3. Mr Oizo The ... Read more / Preview track