MOOCH Recordings kicks off with the Imperial Street EP from Quenum, the man behind Cadenza and a back catalogue of hits across labels Crosstown Rebels, Orac, Soma, Trapez, to name but a few. His his legendary set back in July cemented his place in the MOOCH hall of fame and also put him on the radar for the first ever release on the label…Quenum‘s hypnotic, groovers on this EP are just right in building up the night, riding through peak time and out the other end down at the afterparty….On remix duties we have invited Tim Xavier to weave his tech magic and add his signature harder, darker sound to this killer EP

Samples here….

A1 – Quenum – Imperial Street

A2 – Quenum – Obama

B1 – Quenum – Imperial Street – Tim Xavier Feat G-Tech remix


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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.

This month we introduce West Country boy and long running Nozstock Resident Choose Life (aka Dex). Moving away from his signature bass and breaks and armed with a rekindled love of 4/4  our 24th podcast is an eclectic journey roving between Groove Armada & Oliver Huntermann to  Jamie Jones & Eats Everything… Choose Life will be spinning alongside the MOOCH crew in the Bullpen at this years Nozstock


1. Madmotoriquel & Sebo – Boys Boys
2. Groove Armada – Oh Tweak Me
3. Marc Romboy – The Advent
4. Sante – Mothership
5. Lee Brink – I Know
6. Eats Everything – Jagged Edge
7. Jordan Peak – Move With It (Huxley Warehouse Dub)
8. Nick Olivetti – Jump Up
9. Jon Convex ft.dBridge – Lied To Be Loved
10. Matt Star – Kuhle Fliege (Hugo Remix)
11. Jamie Jones – Whiff It Yawl (Eats Everything Resniff)
12. NiCe7 – Bassline Soldiers
13. Oliver Huntemann – Tasmanian Tiger
14. Kill Frenzy – Push Up
15. Will Monotone – Dem Mai Hoes

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BIG thanks to everyone that came down and partied with us on Saturday night and an even BIGGER thank you to Quenum [Crosstown Rebels] for his amazing set! It was certainly a party we will wont forget!!

Photo’s up on our Facebook group from the talented Ismael Terron. Visit the gallery HERE Tag away MOOCHers!!!

1. Trance Me Up (Skudge Remix) – Achterbahn d’Amour – Absurd Recordings

2. Pieces Of You – Davide Squillace – This and That

3. A Different Beginning – Agaric – We Are Records 

4. Suck My Soul – Justin James – Minus12

5. Orange Jack – Mosca – 3024

6. Move On Me feat. Spoony (Quenum Mix) – Philip Bader – Highgrade Records

7. Batty Knee Dance – Julio Bashmore – 3024

8. Show Me Your Time – Nina Kraviz – Rekids

9. Iron & Water – Gingy, Bordello – Turbo Records 

10. Bee-Side – Lemos, Kreon – We Are Records 

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So tell us a bit about what you have been upto so far in 2012??

I’ve worked on an EP that’s come out on Serialism. My next release is one track i produced with Dachshund -on Get Physical records. Then we got another EP coming out on Rebellion. And I’ve continued to work on my album. I’ve been very busy in the studio.
Over the years you have helped set up some very respected labels from Access 58, Cadenza to more recently Clapper. Which one are you most proud of?? 

I’m proud of all of them. Each one gave me a lot of satisfaction when I was setting it up. It’s a continuation, a kind of logical progression going from one to the next.
So where did your musical journey begin??

That’s too long to answer! I think it started at home, my parents listened to everything, soul, jazz, african music, reggae, caribbean music, french songs, just everything. That stereo was on the whole time. Before DJing I was into dance, in a jazz dance school, then in a professional breakdance group. My younger brother is still a dancer and a choreographer.
What has been your favourite gig to date??

That’s impossible to answer! Each party gives me a different feeling, a particular emotion, you can’t compare them because each one is unique. What really makes the difference is the people, the crowd, the promoter, some friends I meet. It’s those relationships that make a party great.
Tell us your musical guilty pleasure??

I love gospel, but I don’t think it’s really a guilty pleasure, just a bit unusual for a techno artist.

What are the top five tunes floating your boat at the moment??

1 René Breitbarth – Crackle – Deep Data

2 Dandy Jack – Hamlet Machine ( Lad isakifly remix) Caduceus records

3 Alejandro Vivanco – melodia – Sound Architecture Records

4 Daxta – Sun spot – Sirius Pandi

5 Whomadewho – Running Man – Kompakt


A lil taster of what’s to come from July’s special guest Quenum. Check out footage from Tropical Corner festival in Geneva HERE

Qunum Mooch London Podcast artwork

For our 23rd podcast we see Cadenza’s Quenum take us deep with and an eclectic mix of soundscapes, tribal beats and warm baselines getting you ready for his Mooch debut in July.

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MOOCH Feat Quenum [Crosstown Rebels / Cadenza] – 14th July 2012

Full Line up:-

Quenum [Crosstown Rebels / Cadenza]
Natalie Coleman
Ed Jones
Nick Walters

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Mooch Podcast 022 - Leeks, London, Mooch, House, Tech House, Techno

Next up on the Mooch podcast is homegrown talent Leeks with an hour of chunky tech house.

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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.

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1. Milkshake (Tim Paris Remix) – DeadEcho – My Favorite Robot Records

2. Monolith Prime (Joel Mull RAMA Remix) –  Tim Xavier – Kling Klong

3. Octogone (Original Mix) –  Dachshund – Highgrade Records 

4. Moofish (Mark Broom Remix) – Chris Finke – Elektrax Music 

5. Crystal Meth Barbie – Claire Ripley & Zeitgeist  – Highgrade Records

6. Guitarra Sin Cuerdas (Okain Remix) – David Pher  –  VIVA Music

7. Loose in Mind (Kevin Griffiths Remix) Lostrocket & L.D.F. – Frole Records

8. Out Of My Mind – Huxley – 2020Vision

9. Thank You Alex (Timid Boy Jupe Remix) Outstrip  Timid Boy – Inmotion Music 

10. That’s Right – tINI – Movement Sound Recordings

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Patrick Lindsey Mooch Podcast Techno, House, Tech House

Patrick Lindsey checks in for our a 21st podcast ahead of his UK debut at Mooch on May 12th.

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1. Alphaville (Todd Terje Remix) – Bryan Ferry – Virgin UK

2.You Give Me The Creeps (Pol On Remix) –  El Txef A & Tom Demanc – Flumo Recordings

3. Thriller (Dub mix) –  Armine Edge – White

4. Don’t Hide It – Alexkid – F Communications

5. Bitchual Linestepper – Patrick Specke – Desolat

6. Get Off My Mind (Axel Boman Remix) – Agaric – Ovum Recordings

7. I Want To Go Out (Extended version) – Terranova – Kompakt

8. Esmeralda – Gipsy Family – Contexterrior

9. Speak Easy (Franco Bianco remix) – Shenoda – Hypercolour

10. Time In Mind – The 2 Bears – Southern Fried

This weekend catch our very own Ms Coleman playing in Fabric’s main room for the infamous Sunday night party WYS. To get you in the mood follow the below link to her brand new Podcast!

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