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1. Don’t You Want It – Mad Mike feat. Davina – Happy Records

2. That ass – Scullious – Simma

3. Naive Response – Daniel Avery – Phantasy

4. Irregular Motiv – Biteofire – Apparel Music

5. Backstreet Boy – Paul Du Lac – Bio Rhythm

6. Mentasm – Second Phase – R&S Records

7. Club Therapy (Re-Mastered Mix) – Peace Division – Dogmatik Records

8. Holding on – Arka – Fat! Records

9. The Bored Hound – Russ Gabriel – Poker Flat Recordings

10. Somebody (Mosca Remix) – Trus’me – Prime Numbers

Charts now up in RA…

http://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/edjones/top10?chart=157748

 

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Time for a MOOCH…

It’s be one crazy year down at MOOCH HQ and we gonna celebrate in the way we know best, a special one off party back where it all started and the place we call home… The Horse and Groom. Summer’s just around the corner so get that Pimm’s out the fridge and don your Saturday night glad rags. We introduce…

Severino [Hot Creations/Classic Rec]

Little introduction needed for Horse Meat Disco’s Co-founder Severino, a respected DJ’s DJ. His career stretches well over a decade from the USA to across Europe and beyond. An impressive CV includes Fabric, Cielo, Ushuaia, Studio 80, Plastic People, Prince Charles, Market, Lovebox to name a few, with up coming gigs at Panorama Bar, Club Division and The Garden Tisno in Croatia. Lets not forget his releases on Hot Creations, Milk & Sugar, Southern Fried and Derrick Carter’s Classic Music Company.

Joining our trusty residents on the night, Dialogue’s dynamic duo John and Jamie who perfectly finish the bill… expect an eclectic mix of disco, acid, soulful and jackin’ house all night long… x

Full Line up:-

Severino – 3 Hour set
John Williams & Jamie Smith [Dialogue]
Natalie Coleman
Ed Jones

8pm – 4am
free before 10pm / £3 concessions / £5
Horse & Groom – 28 Curtain Road, Shoreditch, EC2A 3NZ

More details here…
http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?592787

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MOOCH 001 – Quenum – Imperial Street EP inc Tim Xavier remix 

Adam Beyer “diggin the xavier remix here, nice prodd!”

Joell Mull ” I have extra place for Quenums funky beats. Xavier feat G-tech mix is also very tasty. The whole release is cool.”

Pig & Dan “Quenum grooves are totally on point….solid ep thanxs”

Daniel Mumbling Sanchez “A very strong start of this label! nice”

Alland Byallo “That Obama track is ILL!!!! Be Sweet We Me is also a sassy little groover. Into it!”

Seph “Tim Xavier’s remix is FAT! Nice job.”

Greg Tresher “Original Mix of Imperial street for me, quenum great as always!”

Slam “love Quenums stuff – love this”

Jamie Anderson “Great release – Xavier’s mix rocks!”

Someone Else “super duper ep. bonerific”

Support also from – Jorge Savoretti, Laurent Garnier, M.A.N.D.Y, Booka Shade, DJ T, Dubfire, Tony Rohr, Ame, tINI, Deepchild, Joseph Capriati, Stephan Bodzin, Audiofly, Jonas Kopp, Richie Hawtin, Danny Howells, Nima Khak, James Talk, Audio Injection, Arnaud Le Texier, Daniel Sanchez, Patrick Bateman, Alland Byallo, Patrick Zigon, Butch, Carlio Lio, Jamie Anderson, Roger Sanchez and many more….

Now out in all good record shops… http://www.juno.co.uk/products/imperial-street/471468-01/

MOOCH 001 –  Quenum- Imperial Street [Tim Xavier Feat G-Tech Remix] Makes the top ten most played tracks on Sweatlodge Radio >> http://www.sweatlodgeradio.com/News/SLR-Chart-Show-145.html
 

01. Phil Weeks – Acid Pattern – Robsoul Recordings
02. Tigerskin feat. Lazarus – The Blackness (Rhadow Meets NTFO Remix) – Get Physical
03. Quenum – Imperial Street (Tim Xavier Remix) – Mooch
04. Falko Brocksieper – Punta Ayampe – Treibstoff
05. Mark Broom – Vault 5 – Ostgut Ton
06. Frank Naht – D.C.O. (Francys Remix) – Undulate Recordings
07. Justin Nabbs – Clappers (Kenneth Scott Remix) – Igloo-rec
08. Mohear – Go Away (DJ Rocca Erodiscomix) – Electunes Records
09. Jack Dixon – FindShelter – Hotflush Recordings
10. Kolombo – Don’t Be Shy – Kompakt

SLR Charts Show 144 will air Monday October 15th at 18:00 and Tuesday at 12:00.

In July Mooch was invited back to host the Bullpen @ Noztock 2012. What started as a modest BBQ party has grown to a 5000+ capacity, boutique style festival not dissimilar to the likes of Secret Garden Party or Camp Bestival. Celebrating its 14th year, Nozstock ran from Friday to Sunday at Rowden Paddocks Farm in Bromyard, this year it featured eight stages of entertainment all with a weird and wonderful myths & legends theme.

                       

After the 3 hour drive from London we set up camp in our usual spot, cracked open our beers and headed onto the site. Only a short walk from our field saw ample (clean) toilets / shower facilities, cash ‘n’ fag outlets, which is exactly what you want when living in a tent! Just inside the main entrance a selection of food stalls, serving hangover curing ‘all day breakfast pizzas’, tasty 100% Herefordshire beef burgers and not forgetting the finest west country Scrumpy and Perry cider all of which was our staple diet for the next 24hr.

Our corner of the festival was the ‘The Rave Yard’ an area which is home to the Cubicles and Bullpen (an actual former bull pen and working milking parlour.) Come sundown the yard filled up quickly with people fresh from a days hibernation due to their previous legendary mash up Friday night! The Cubicles hosted D&B heavyweights though out the evening while our home for the next 8 hours was the Bullpen. The space had earlier been in the good hands of Sika Studios hosting UK Hip Hop through out the day, but now it was early Saturday night, the stage was set and we were ready to rock. Natalie Coleman, Ed Jones, Dirty Byrd Samantha Blackburn and Noz residents Choose Life provided the crowd with House and Techno all night long….

 

The next morning was spent chilling and more eating before the journey home, the sun stayed out for us the whole time which was definitely the icing on our Noz festival cake. Jokes of the weekend were defiantly on the 2 blokes trying to get into the festival without tickets, they ended up a tree for hours having then to call the police to save them from the Bull literary acting as field security! Mooch crew highly recommend those of you wanting a festival that feels intimate, fresh, varied and well away from those commercial sponsors…..More info on 2013 tickets etc.? You can visit their website HERE.

We are delighted to announce this Summer MOOCH has been invited to host the ‘Bullpen’ at Nozstock 2012. Any veterans from last year’s hoe down will agree this unique boutique gathering with a strict 5000 capacity really hits the spot for those wanting that alternative festival experience.

The Bullpen is situated within The Rave Yard; Sika Studios host during the day, combining live graffiti with the best of underground British hip hop has to offer. By night, Mooch takes over the reins from 9-5am laying down some deep, tribal, house with a good measure of techno and leftfield electronic beats for those die-hard dance-a-holics. Alongside your trusty residents Natalie Coleman, Ed Jones & Nick Walters, we’ve invited back ‘Byrds’ Co-Founder and ‘Get Diverted’s resident DJ Samantha Blackburn. Nozstock’s offering to bass lovers, the Cubicles will be hosting dubstep and whompin’ drum n bass from the likes of Andy C, Ed Rush, DJ Zinc & Youngsta. Boasting a carefully-honed sound system courtesy of Dirt, Bristol, and with mesmerising visuals the Cubicles is all set to get your stomp on!

Nozstock offers allot more than just repetitive beats and wobbly basslines, another nine main stages of music entertainment, theatre and comedy, Real Ale and home brewed Cider bars and ample food stall’s serving the best in locally sourced produce. Hotel Bell tents and camping area are located in secret woodland glades around the site. The festival is held at The Farm, in Bromyard, Herefordshire from Friday 27th until Sunday 29th July 2012.

More Info, full line up and tickets sales please follow this link: http://www.nozstock.com/

MOOCH featured on the Nozstock website. To read the full feature visit their site HERE

Nozstock have invited down MOOCH to host the BULLPEN at this years Festival.  MOOCH residents Natalie Coleman & Ed Jones will be joined by one of London’s favourites Samantha Blackburn. We will be rocking out the Bullpen from 9pm – 3.30am on Saturday 30th July.

THE FESTIVAL

For those of you new to Nozstock: The Hidden Valley, the site offers eight stages landscaped around a ramshackle Tudor farmhouse in the centre of the festival site. Three live outdoor stages, the Orchard, Garden & Bandstand host good rollicking big name party bands, eclectic bounce-inducing artists and experimental electro-acoustica from diverse and unsigned artists.

The converted cowsheds include the Cubicles, sub-thumping drum ‘n’ bass and dubstep, to be found aside the Bullpen, knees-up housey beats and alternative dance. The Coppice’s luminous sounds from veterans of psytrance Tribe of Frog are the blissful converse to the Bantam of the Opera Theatre which explores another world with live performance, workshops and after-dark experimental cabaret while Laughing Stock bills prime-time comedians and up-and-comers, providing raucous chuckles and proper belly rumbles. You can also catch a late night short film or music video from the mesmerising screenings on offer in the Cinetent.

Shenanigans for the mini-festivaler occur off the beaten track and over the bridge where the Dingle is programmed with workshops aplenty and theatrical splendor, where opportunities abound to get interactive and remember how to play like only kids know how.

Nozstock’s home-grown bars will continue to offer the Wye Valley’s favourite brew Butty Bach, local Kingston Rosey & Press ciders… the usual spirits, lagers, wines and homemade cocktails, embellished with our own special ingredients. We try to keep as close to pub prices as we can.

THE LINE UP

The Jim Jones Revue, Vintage Trouble, Adrian Edmondson & The Bad Shepherds, Foreign Beggars, CW Stoneking, Toddla T, The Wurzels, The Correspondents, Andy C, Netsky, Sonic Boom Six, Spunge, Catch-it Kebabs, DC Breaks, Alix Perez, Resp, Borgore, Icicle, MC GQ, MC Serocee, Laid Blak, Tako Lako, MC Remidy, Dub Mafia, Jazzsteppa, Dr Meaker, The Anomalies, Dub Boy, Tribe Of Frog, Amoss, Octo Pi, Sonny Wharton, The Misers, Zebedy Rays, Galanstra, BDN:420, We Steal Thieves, Nicholas Stephenson, Stagecoach, Ricky Cool and the Hoola Boola Boys, Sashi and the Wild Beans, Robbie Boyd Band, Folie Ordinair, Capac, Billy Whizz, Dex, Scubaroots, Ragtime Ewan, Dog Section, Boatbar To Hamburg, No Thee No Ess, Peter Bruntnell, Maria Owen, Scott Midlane, Ryan James, Benin City, The Gentle Sea, Kentish Fire, The Stowaways, Magic Polar Bears, This Is Ty Nila & The Rajas, James Page, Kal Lavelle.

LOCATION

The Farm, Rowden Paddocks, Bromyard, Herefordshire, HR7 4LS

BRAND NEW WEBSITE: http://www.nozstock.com/

BUY TICKETS: http://www.nozstock.com/tickets/buy-online/

AMAZING VJ Marc Woolf will be completing the line up for June MOOCH. Marc’s impressive CV boasts gigs at Layo & Bushwacka’s “Shake It”, “Mulletover”, “Size Doesn’t Matter” and “Scissor Sisters”.

To view Marc’s work please visit his online portfolio –> Woolf Video Portfolio

Blackstone” by Holdtight is the 2nd release from resident DJ Nick Subkulture’s Label KSS Black. One of the largest internet music stores, Beatport.com have dubbed “Blackstone” as one of their top ten Drum & Bass must have tunes. https://www.beatport.com/en-US/html/content/chart/detail/22992/10_must_hear_drum_and_bass_tracks_-_week_12#app=e315&a486-index=0

 

MOOCH Residents have been invited by Helluva records to play at their opening party at Cable.

Full line up is:-

Room 1 – Mark Broom / Jim Masters / Chris Liberator / Ignition Technician / Ian Void / Vortechtral / Nrgiza Radikal

Room 2 – DEFN / Ryan Winters / Wesley Razzy / Natalie Coleman / Yellowcake / Johnnycash / Nick Subkulture

Friday 9th April @ Cable – 33a Bermondsey St Tunnel, London, SE1 2EG

http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?150215

No, not that kind!!! Protection for your ears?? More and more DJ’s / Musicians are developing tinnitus or hearing problems, related to exposure to loud music for long periods of time. “Cinemas and clubs regularly reach volumes of more than 100 dBA (decibels). For every two hours of exposure at such levels, your ears need 16 hours of rest to avoid permanent damage,” the Times advised.

However, specialists have engineered an ear protection aid, which not only protects your ears but you can DJ wearing too. Prices start from around £175.00 a pair. For more info click this link –> http://www.musicianshearingservices.co.uk/mhs_musicians_hearing_protection.asp

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