The second instalment of our night celebrating soul from around the world saw DJ Love on The Run from NYC to bless the Plastic People sound system alongside FP. 5 Hours of warm music on the EMTs. Recorded live at Plastic People on the 25th of January 2014. Unfortunately the recorder died in the last hour, so we had to cut it short.
Thank you to everyone that came to get down. Artwork by the amazing Ali Augur
Download the mix here:
You’re a Melody #2
The week prior to this, FP joined DJ Love On The Run and Phil South of golf channel records in NYC for a sweet get down at Glasslands in Brooklyn. No recording from here, but plenty of vibes there too! Heres Ali’s amazing drawing for this dance too:
Thanks to the party people who make all this happen.
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Myself and @D0you taking over the NTS signal for the next 2 hours! @mr___wonderful in Berlin
Eglo Record takeover Fabric’s Room 1 this Friday for an amazing night of live music and dope ass Dj’s. See the flyer for info.
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The next You're a Melody dance will be in NYC with DJ Love on the Run, Phill South and I on the 17th of January!!
Then DJ Love on the Run and I will play at Plastic People
the following Saturday 25th Jan.
DJ Love on the Run has been a big inspiration for me, and has a wicked blog of soulful sounds- well worth a click!
Phil South is another exquisite DJ who runs the Golf Channel record label out of New York. http://secretrendezvousonline.blogspot.co.uk/Secret Rendezvous
the you're a melody mix #1 getting alot of love!
re-upped here: http://eglorecords.com/2013/11/youre-a-melody/
love to red greg and jeremy underground paris!You’re A Melody – Mix » Eglo Records
eglorecords.comSam decided to throw a little get down at plastic people last week in celebration of late 70s soul/jazz and emerging disco sounds. The expert diggers Red Greg & Jeremy Underground Paris joined him in bringing these sweet sounds to the party!