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OFFLINE 07: Brixton Ritzy, Thursday 19th August 2004
DJ Line up from the night:
7:00 - 7:25 Blagsta Premature post pub tunes
7:25 - 7:50 LD Rudeboy Country bass
7:50 - 8:20 sonik (rough trade)
8:20 - 8:50 Helen McCookeryBook Chef selection
8:50 - 9:25 The Editor: Lounge, cocktail, postpunk shenanigans » urban75
9:25 - 10:00 IanW: northern soul/Tamla/60s heartbreak » How Does it Feel...
10:00 - 10:40 Skim Electro sounds Biologikal
10:40 - 11:00 NanoPROD Bring yer records and we'll play 'em!
Photos from the night:
DJ Scott gets the early crowd vibrating to a feast of Country Bass. The hay-chewing country boy played the likes of Too Sick to Pray - Alabama3, I feel alright (Live) - Steve Earle, Harper Valley P.T.A - Jeannie C. Riley, Rock & Roll All Nite - Hayseed Dixie and Joy - Lucinda Williams.
DJ Sonik seeks the optimum headphone posing angle whie nudging his sliders nudged in the direction of New Buffalo - About Last Night, Broadcast - Pendulum, The Postal Service - Brand New Colony, The Fiery Furnaces - Single Again and Kings of Convenience - Little Kids (Ladytron Mix).
The urban75 Book Club were in attendance for the evening. Here they discuss the finer points of "C'Mon Cardiff City! A 100 years of the Bluebirds" (I may have got the book title a little wrong).
Another view of the Book Club in action.
IanW spinning the platters that matter on the wheels of steel. Or, err, here's IanW laying down another fine set which included
the Chambers Brothers - Uptown, Lou Courtney - Hey Joyce, Clarence Carter - Funky Fever, Jimmy James and the Vagabonds - Help Yourself
and Bobbie Gentry - Fancy.
IanW gets an appreciative wave from a set of mystery arms.
What's known in the trade as a 'DJ handover' in progress. Helen McCookeryBook hits eject, while the Editor prepares to unleash his hotpotch of randomly assembled tunes.
Editor wonders what that strange flashing button is for while playing the likes of King Kurt - Destination Zululand, Clash - Guns of Brixton, Aztec Camera - Oblivious, Strokes - Someday, Hives - Here We Go and Cornershop - Ashra.