Soleboy - Breaks, beats, house.
Filling in most dance cracks, Soleboy's debut CD First Course has been well recieved with the opening track, First Course being picked up by the popular musicianís magazine Computer Music appearing on their cover DVD for November 2005. Soleboy's tracks regulary make an appearance on the Internet and Sky satellite radio Pulse Unsigned on the Pulse Lounge show in addition to other Pulse electronic music schedules. A second CD followed by the tiel Bocca and can be downloaded for free from this site.
Deskjob 002 Soleboy - First Course
Deskjob 004 Soleboy - Small Sounds #1 (Mini mix cd)
Deskjob 008 - Soleboy - Bocca
BlackhouseScuzzed up, dirty house and techno.
Influenced by the sounds coming out of New York in 1981, Detroit in 1987 and Chicago 1988, and Berlin in the early 90s.
Blackhouse are soon to drop the Space Night long player - A tribute to the German satellite channel that played the best in German electronica and techno which acompanymed their "off-channel" broadcasts overnight. The music went with film of the earth from space via satellitess and the space shuttle.
Deskjob 007 - Blackhouse - Space Night
Slumber Soundsystem Chill out, electronica, ambient.
The Slumber Soundsystem is the brainchild of Fernando Delvechio and the oddly named DJ Comfy Slippers. With influences ranging from the KLF to The Hitchikers Giude to the Galaxy and Bill Hicks.
With the odd mix excursion named - I've never Been to Ibiza but I Know How to Chill Out, and the full lengh mentally challenged LP 'The Sound of Slumber' they are on a mission to bring the fun back into chillin'.
See the Discography for the first LP - Also check back for downloads as it may appear sometime soon.
Deskjob 001 Slumber Soundsystem - The Sound of Slumber
With the core of Tony Stone (Now Fatty G) and DJ Tat. Tape Heads will be best remembered for bringing live electronic music to a corner of England better known for crap rock - for the first time back in the mid nineties.
After entering Derbyshire's band of the year competition, Stone, Tat, Mo Jo and Kingsley Marshall (who later went on to write for every decent electronic music mag going) brought the few hundred gathered down to their knees with their heavy sounds. Some loved it, most just stood wondering where the guitar solo was - one judge said anyone can twiddle knobs - we beg to differ as only knobs twiddle guitars.
Much of the original tracks can be found on the free downloads and you find out more about Fatty G and his new and wonderful projects @ http://fattyghettoblaster.googlepages.com/home
The LP Head Beast for Dead Beats is on the Musicography page of this site.
Tat has a long history of djing, spanning back to the late eighties with the legendary Basement Beats Nights alongside DJ Clifton. Tat spent six years on the pirate airwaves in
Tat ran several nights in
Tat Presents Vibes - High on Life 12 inch (ROR Records) 1992
Bio Static Systems
A double 12 inch on the defunkt Flagbearer records was possibly a defining moment for the Bios, but maybe it was the stint over in Belfast playing techno to an appreciative and exciteable crowd.
There's also the countless hours spent recoding in Sheffield with a Robert Smith lookalike and a pub piano. The Bio's made much good music that captured their time and the LP Kommando Unit (which is on our musicography) is a testament to two blokes who knew their Air Liquid from their Maurizio - quality.
And many of their tunes can be downloaded for you to jack out to. Kris Needs loved Viva Acid House and so will you.
Bio Static Systems - Kommando Unit 2 x 12 inch (Flagbearer Records) 1996 -Produced by Stone and Tat.
Deskjob 003 Bio Static Systems - Kommando Unit