Category Archives: 45 FRIDAY
Weekly 45 rpm’s for ya Friday afternoon. Serious collector action inside.
Southside Soul fires up again tonight for yet another cracker instalment of Northern Soul & Funk music for all your dance floor needs.
This month features DJ Lady Soul, Heata HG of The Royal Runners & The Soul Twins digging deep into their 45 crates to bring you the soul we have come to love and dig. We will sorely miss our great friend DJ Big Daddy Warbucks who has moved interstate. I’m sure he will be back soon! So if anyone in the Canberra area is looking for a top notch Soul DJ he’s your man!
Doors from 8pm til late and only 5 clams to get in.
“Southside Soul” is kicking off once again tonight in Burn City. This month, local PBS legend Ronin (Hippopotamus Rex)and his mate Heata (The Royal Runners/Hired Goons) will be hitting the 1’s & 2’s for a night of heavy Funk 45’s and Northern Soul for y’all to get ya groove on to. Resident DJ’s Big Daddy Warbucks & DJ Lady Soul will as always be bringing the soul for ya ear to hear throughout the night too. Doors at 8pm & $5 entry.
Artist: Harmon Bethea
Label: Musicor Records
Label: Ode Records
Country: New Zealand
Label / Catalogue: GF7004
Artists: Roc Marciano Ft. Hus
Few years back a new indie kid popped up on the scene called ‘Good Felons’. Now defunct and for good reason, they put out a bunch of 7’s and ep’s that only spanned from around 2010-2013 and featuring the likes of MOOD, Kev-E-Kev & AK-8 and a repress of J-Force’s 93 ‘Bullseye’, which I managed to get a test pressing of (one good thing that came out of all their fuck ups).
I feel pretty bad for much of the artists involved with this label, some of the which addressed the fans personally via the labels facebook offering personal copies signed.
As the saying goes…Put the music before the money!!!
Besides these cunts being fuck ups, sending out warped copies or none at all like a pack of low dogs and not to mention having about as much communication as a rapist to it’s victim, the above mentioned is pretty dope track. One thing I will critic on though is that it looses it’s intensity at the end with Marc switching up the delivery and flow. Almost sounds like he’s recorded the last verse on kane up in Malibu 4 years later.
Respect the Arch Druids back drop but I’m in favor of the J Force remix below. Sounds tougher with the vocal having some more room to breath around those SP-1200 stabs and strings on loop.
Released: Sep/1984 – Brisbane, Australia
Label: A Records
Label Catalogue: SUN 0106
Artists: The Parameters
Yesterday, like most days I woke with an insatiable itch to search my city for records. The hunt usually starts by checking a few web pages and venturing out to thrift shops, bazaars, record stores and everything in between. I was browsing local classifieds on the internets and came across a post that read “small LP’s assorted – $2.50”. As every wax digga knows, no record can be left unturned so I clicked on the post and read through the names of five 7″ records on offer.
My attention was instantly caught by the name Herbie Hancock with his Future Shocking composition ‘Rockit’ among the singles for sale. However it was the last record on the list that had my head spinning like a Rock Steady breaker at Happy Warrior Playground. ‘The Parameters – Pig City/Material Possession’. An obscure, historical piece of local music that’s been high on my want list since the 750 Rebels dropped their song/video ‘Pig City’ and I was first enlightened of the story behind the title.
So, thinking it must be my lucky day I made the call but got nothing but a series of answerless rings. Dang! Maybe someone beat me to the punch? Within a few minutes of anxious pacing and second guessing a call back from the same number lit up my phone. I arranged a time to see the records for sale and shortly after an address came through via txt message.
I’m on a mutha fuckin mission..
The txt lead me to a back street in Hemmant out on Brisbane’s bayside, somewhere between suburbia and an industrial estate. I was welcomed by one of those long dirt driveways with overgrown vegetation making the house impossible to see from the road. It reminded me of a scene from the HBO series True Detective. My spidey sensors told me to park out on the main road and walk up the long drive so that if I went missing someone might remember my vehicle parked outside the dubious looking address. The house was exactly as my wild imagination had already painted; an old Queenslander with car parts and bric-a-brac covering the ground and front balcony. Thankfully the lady inhabiting the run down residence did not resemble a swamp person and we got straight down to business. She handed me a bunch of 45’s and walked me to where she was storing some LP’s I’d asked to peep. We had the standard ‘records are having a come back’ conversation and I walked away with one LP plus the Rockit and Pig City singles all for a galah and some change.
So what was all the fuss about? Check the song and super 8 footage to boot
750 Rebels JAKE BIZ, LAZY GREY & DJ DCIDE hit the stage on Friday Feb 6 at THE LAUNDRY BAR, Fitzroy, Melbourne with the first official live launch showcasing their latest album “KOLD HEAT”.
Supports on the night… none finer than CIECMATE (BTE), GAZ HAZARD, PROPHET RAYZA, DJ’S HEATA & FX, so best be about it!
Tickets available now online here – http://laundrybar.oztix.com.au/Defaul…