Saturday, February 13, 2016

DJ Louie Louie

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BIO


Kev Winser AKA DJ Louie Louie has in recent years become best known for his barnstorming club night ‘Blow Your wig! A rollicking, cocktail fuelled mix of good time 50s R&B, Rockabilly, Jump blues, soul and garage rock. A resident in the legendary Shangri-La area at Glastonbury, he’s also played at many other summer festivals, (inc Port Elliot, Beautiful days, Farmfest) a fixture at many regional vintage and steam punk events and has shared the bill with Craig Charles funk & soul show, DJ Vadim and Grandmaster Flash.


During the early to mid noughties he was part of the MDC crew hosting a monthly punk and hardcore night and for ten years he was in-house DJ for the naughty but nice ‘Westward Bound’ fetish parties, keeping it sleazy for the latex groovers with dirty electro, house and techno. His biggest and oddest gig was playing to over 8000 peeps on Plymouth Hoe as part of the America’s cup in 2011.


His OMC sets have tended to be a bit more playful taking in 90s big beat and rave classics and what ever random tunes seem apt at the time.


TOP TEN MOST MEMORABLE DANCE FLOOR MOMENTS FOR VARIOUS REASONS


01. Vitalic – La Rock 01

02. LCD Soundsystem – Yeah (Crass version)

03. Fluffy Hunter – The Walking Blues

04. Tom Staar – Two Tone Simms

05. The Apples – Killing

06. Alkalino – Make It Funky

07. Little Richard – Get Down With It

08. Sabres of Paradise – Smoke Belch (David Holmes Mix)

09. Big Boss Man – Party Seven

10. Fatboy Slim – Soul Surfing


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Friday, February 12, 2016

Watch Six Rave Documentaries From The BBC"s Arcvhies

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The BBC have been raiding their archives and unearthed these six docs cover Spiral Tribe, The Haçienda, Belfast’s vibrant rave scene, the legendary drum ‘n’ bass label Ram Records, the drum break that became the foundation of countless classic club tunes, and, finally, the drug so closely associated with rave culture, ecstasy.


But first off, hang on, what’s this? David Mitchell revealing a surprising love of dance culture by presenting Rave Britannia?





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Ben & Lex

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‘Gods among men’, Ben & Lex, only occasionally play at OMC, usually on the Birthday Alldayers, but when they do!!! Sweet Baby Jebus hold on to your hats as they are the AWESOME!


When there not being super rad they often play at OMC as Benny OMC and Mr Lexcion.


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Matt Anderson

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Matt Anderson has been DJing since he was 11. Started off in Essex and London as part of the emerging acid house party scene in the late 1980’s. He was resident at several landmark clubs in Essex such as Tooto’s and Oscars, and played at seminal nights at Labyrinth, Astoria, The Rocket and The Powerhouse.


In the 90’s he released music on early Jungle labels Certificate 18 and Skanna and colaborated with Origination and Photek with releases on Good Lookin’ and Creative Source.


DJing has taken him to Iceland, USA, Holland, Italy and Switzerland, plus a time as resident at legendary clubs Plastic People, The Ministry of Sound and The End.


Nowadays, you can catch me in and around Devon as resident at Hold it Down nights. OMC and wherever else the mood is right, playing everything from hip-hop to techno, from latin to drum and bass.


There are only 2 types of music – good and bad.


OMC Top Ten Jungle Classics


01. Why? – D-Livin’

02. Inner City Life – Goldie

03. Hurt You So – Johnny L

04. Pulp Fiction – Alex Reece

05. Return to Atlantis – LTJ Bukem

06. Trust Me – Reprazent

07. The Hidden Camera – Photek

08. Can we Change the Future – Photek

09. Dirty Games – Studio 2

10. Soul in Motion – DJ Krust


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Thursday, February 11, 2016

Mark-One

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From Exeter up until recently, and now based in Exmouth, musically Mark One is firmly rooted in the past, weather it be 90s “Golden era Hip Hop” or 70s Funk and Breaks, or Northern Soul, he loves playing out with 45s, there’s something quite special about that!


Mark One is an obsessive collector of vinyl, who enjoys nothing more than a digging trip. In between occasional gigs he enjoy creating cut and paste mixes like the ‘The Tangled Toonz’ series over on Mixcloud.


OMC Top Ten Tunes


01. Sugar Pie De Santo / Etta James ‘In The Basement’

02. Ike and Tina Turner ‘Bold Soul Sister’

03. Dee Edwards ‘I Can Deal With That’

04. Gwen Mcrae ‘90% Of Me Is You’

05. Eric B and Rakim ‘I Know You Got Soul’

06. Public Enemy ‘Don’t Believe The Hype’

07. Big Daddy Kane ‘See It Off’

08. James Brown ‘The Payback’

09. Rhetta Hughes ‘You’re Doing It With Her’

10. Can ‘Vitamin C’


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Hidden Riddim

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Right then, imagine if you will a unique blended concoction of glitchy grooves, basshop fuelled beats, luscious brooding soundscapes and a few healthy dollops of stomach morphing bass.


Good morning and welcome to the unparalleled world of Hidden Riddim!


A self-obsessed bass addict with a passion for all raves big and small, Hidden Riddim is at his best whilst bouncing around behind a set of turntables. Influences stem wildly from the smiley acid house scene to strong countryside cider, incorporating sounds from hip hop, jungle, funk and reggae.


Originally from the small town of Newbury in the United Kingdom, Hidden Riddim now resides on the Devonian streets of Exeter where he has finely tuned his party rocking skills and has fast gained a reputation for smashing together the beefiest beats.


After being signed to Cast A Blast & Riddim Fruit Records, Hidden Riddim smashed the Juno Download charts in 2010 leading to an extensive touring schedule across the UK and Europe. 2013 now sees the release of his long-awaited debut album ‘forward ever backward never’ which he will be taking on the road across a multitude of festivals this summer.


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Richie Rundle

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In 1992 Mixmag described him as ‘a cross between Andrew Weatherall and Emo Phillips’


Richie has always kept the tempo down but the energy up. His sets contain a steady mix of bass heavy baggy techno and good old fashioned acid house. He’s one half of Slugrave and has played more festivals than he can remember.


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