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  • stayhome 19:47 on 27/12/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Happy festivities 

    Happy new year to everyone and hope you had a good Christmas! The slovenly part is over and it’s time to re-emerge from the festive hibernation… or nearly.
    There won’t be a bedtime lullabies show tomorrow – the show will return in 2 weeks with non-festive musique. Before then you can catch Kone-R and myself at Ginglik on 7th Jan. Will also be playing on 14th Jan if you can handle 2 weeks on the trot!

    So…. any new year resolutions? Mine – stay in touch with people more and to get back on into the music production! Oh and maybe try to sleep a bit more too.


  • stayhome 13:59 on 11/12/2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Last night and the future 

    Cheers to the happy revellers, including the Australian Santa parade, for a good one down at Ginglik last night… That’s the last set from myself and my partner in crime, Kone-R for 2012… We’ll be back at Ginglik on 7th and 14th Jan to help you beat those January blues… the Future Music sessions will continue this Wednesday though – tune in to Kone-R from 8-10pm and me from 10pm-midnight … There may even be a couple of Christmassy numbers…

  • stayhome 20:02 on 07/12/2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Techliks @ Ginglik Saturday 10th December 

    Catch me and the mighty Kone-R (www.unchartedaudio.com) this Saturday at Ginglik, 1 Shepherds Bush Green (www.ginglik.co.uk) from 12:30 – 3am.

    West London’s favorite bohemian beat bunker brings you a night of the finest electronic music with live lush future-pop from quintet Talk In Colour and everything from crunchy melodic hip hop, techno, breakbeats through minimal techno and out the other side to heavier elements of dubstep with residents Kone-r, DJ Stayhome, & guest DJ Slim Jim

    Talk In Colour
    London nu-gaze future-pop quintet Talk in Colour (formerly The Shadow Orchestra). Brooding, emotive and uplifting, slipping effortlessly between pure instrumentals and vocal driven tracks, Talk In Colour defy easy categorisation.

    “A dexterity few DJ’s can harness” One Week To Live. Kone-R is the man behind the Uncharted Audio, which has just been voted the 3rd best record label of 2010 by The Music Magazine (www.themusicmagazine.co.uk/poll-results-best-record-labels-of-2010). He hasintroduced the likes of Cursor Miner, LJ Kruzer, Kings Have Long Arms and plenty of other weird and wonderful sonic tomfoolery to the world. Manning the turntables since 1992 when he discovered the joy of warehouse raves, the spirit of that era lives on in his sets today, with a liberal sprinkling of ambience, techno, breakbeats and plenty of low frequency oscillations. Despite the length of time he’s spent in the booth, he maintains a cutting edge – you’re as likely to hear him drop fresh dubplates by up and coming acts alongside the latest cuts from Berlin to Detroit as you are to hear vintage rave, classic disco and timeless electro. Listen to Kone-R’s recent mix for Delta9: http://bit.ly/8wKWeQ

    DJ Stayhome
    Blissful, soulful, pulsating, sometimes cheeky, never without a surprise and consistently brilliant, DJ Stayhome has been cutting a steady swathe across London’s electronica scene for the past 12 years. Spend a couple of hours with him and you’re likely to hear anything from crunchy melodic hip hop through minimal techno and out the other side to heavier elements of dubstep. If you like your tracks cooked up with interesting rhythms and a whole lot of bass, you can count on finding them in his sets.

    DJ Slim Jim
    A dj/producer having recorded under aliases Blowfelt and Scrappy spanning a ten year era from trip hop to garage. Amplified soundscape of electronic beats and bass with influences ranging from warp electronica to south london underground bass lead garage and glitchy west coast electronica.

    £6 before 10pm / £8 after / 7pm-3am

  • stayhome 19:18 on 01/12/2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Future Music show #10 – archive for download 

    Last night’s show was a blast! Thanks to everyone that tuned in… the mix (without my waffling) is now available to grab from http://www.mooki.co.uk in the ‘Future Music Archived Sets’ folder, or as a direct link below…

    manhood & LJ kruzer – tam (tvo dead weight mix)
    sleep archive – papercup
    quietpoint – macchina nera
    mdr 04 – lattice
    function – disaffected
    4.26 – frozen border 06 side a
    andy stott – fine metallic dollar
    claro intelecto – lief
    silent servant – demonstration
    lowtec – coldred
    robaphex – on
    a made up sound – bounce
    untold – little things like that
    silent servant – mad youth
    hrdvsion – oxygen
    aphex – didgeridoo
    aleksi perälä – feast
    joy orbison – j.doe
    traversable wormhole – exiting the milkway
    o/v/r – interior
    anstam – stone cold hug
    surgeon – whose hands are these? (autechre remix)
    ugandan speed trials – u/t (female demo mix)
    substance & vainqueur – immersion (sleep archive mix)
    graphics – name this

    or listen here: here: http://www.mooki.co.uk/mixes/Future%20Music%20Archived%20Sets/stayhome_-_future_music_mix_10_(30-11-11).mp3

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