delarge / Paul Burgess

A web designer from Brighton. Raised in the ways of that old boom bap.

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  1. Electro 9 - 1985 | Street Sounds | Mixed by Herbie (The Mastermind) Laidley

    Streetsounds was part of the UK Streetwave stable of labels created by Morgan Khan. A Hong Kong-born Indian who grew up in London, Khan had worked in the UK record industry since the mid 1970′s, working for such names as PRT Distribution (a division of Pye Records) and R&B Records, for whom at the time Imagination were the up and coming stars of the day.

    Khan founded the independent Streetwave record label during 1981 to specialise in releasing Electro and Hi-NRG releases. Within a year of creation, Streetwave began the Streetsounds series of albums; compilations created from some of the hottest 12″ imports of the day. These releases made available a selection of the most contemporary dance floor hits within the financial reach of those wanting to hear the freshest sounds. In the early 80′s a 12″ single was priced around £2 and you would pay over £4 for an import 12″. The Streetsounds series offered usually 8 to 12 full-length 12″ mixes for under a fiver. Understandably, the Streetsounds series was met with considerable enthusiasm and, some might say, mighty relief.

    This series would run for over 6 years and contain over 50 albums. By far the most coveted of the Streetsounds releases were the Electro series. These albums introduced the UK to the developing hip-hop scene from America – a stroke of genius that brought electro and early hip hop from the underground to the UK high street and, one could argue, helped in the creation of the UK’s hip hop scene.

    The Electro series ran for a total of 27 albums (and one box set) from 1982 to 1988. The albums were initially labeled “Streetsounds Electro” with the title morphing into “Streetsounds Hip Hop” after release 12 in 1986.

    All of the albums were competently mixed by a series of the best remixers of the day – predominately from the UK. A large proportion of the mixes on the early releases were completed by a London-based hip-hop sound system from the early 80s. Headed by “Herbie The Mastermind” (aka Herbie Laidley) the team also featured Kiss FM radio DJ’s Dave VJ and Max LX who were also members of UK electro outfit Hard Rock Soul Movement, responsible for the massive “Double Def Fresh” release.

    Via: http://www.hashmoder.com/2009/10/18/streetsounds-electro-2679-hiphop-mix-compilations/

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  2. D-Styles and The Glitch Mob

    Another Low End Theory podcast - this one is just amazing! One of the best scratch DJs on the planet backed with the Glitch Mob. Beats are huge, bass looooow and you’ll love it. Heavy head nod beats sprinkled with some classic hip hop tracks. A great example of how the LA beat scene is flying.

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  3. Glitch Mob mix for XLR8R

    "Long before the LA beat scene threatened to take over the pages of XLR8R, The Glitch Mob was turning heads with its party-starting and hip-hop-informed take on bass music. Now, on the heels of their debut album, Drink the Sea, Ooah, Boreta, and edIT have moved beyond the confines of their Southern California stomping grounds and taken their low-end rumblings to the masses. Fresh off a massive US tour, the boys put together an exclusive mix for the XLR8R podcast, right before they hit the road again for another lengthy run of dates." Link: http://dlrg.co.uk/xl-gm

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  4. Panty Raid mix for XLR8R

    Panty Raid are Martin Folb (aka MartyParty) and Josh Mayer (aka Ooah - from The Glitch Mob) "With the group’s grimy dubstep working behind Jay-Z, Britney, Mims, and Lil Jon, there’s no doubt that these two can party like the best of them." Original link: http://dlrg.co.uk/panty-raid-mix

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  5. Low End Theory Podcast 15 - Gaslamp Killer and Lorn

    A fantastic 45mins from the forefront of LA’s electronic music scene - http://www.lowendtheoryclub.com/podcast/

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  6. The Big Web Show 2: HTML5 with Jeremy Keith

    Dan and Jeffrey talk with Jeremy Keith, designer, writer, speaker, and author of HTML5 for Web Designers, a new book coming out in June of 2010. They discuss the goals and inspiration behind the book, as well as what HTML5 means for both web creators and those who consume the web, covering topics that range from structure to accessibility and implementation.

    http://5by5.tv/bigwebshow/2

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  7. CSS3 Design with HTML5

    As HTML5 and CSS3 gets written, browser vendors are already incorporating their new features allowing for greater design and functionality. However, some major browsers haven’t. How should developers build for a constantly moving target? This panel discusses dealing with those older browsers and embracing new Web design technologies with practical HTML5 and CSS3 demonstrations.

    http://my.sxsw.com/events/event/546

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  8. Big Up Magazine Podcast – Tokimonsta

    Brain feeder’s Tokimonsta podcast mix for Big Up Magazine - April 2010. Link: http://dlrg.co.uk/tokimonsta

    Tracklist: DJ Shadow – Monosylabik, Bjork – Innocence Instrumental, Space Dimension Controller – Journey to the Core of the Unknown Sphere, Cherry Chan Kiat – Samurai Waltz, Ango – Bee Keeper, Mux Mool – Hog Knuckles, Ad Bourke – Chillin on Rhea, TOKiMONSTA – Almost Free (Cards on Spokes remix), Lunice – Out of my Head, DZA – Giant Hamster vs Mechanical Reptile, TOKiMONSTA – Aching Nodes, Swede Art – Wonky Carz, Kidkanevil ft Oddisee – Zo0o0o0p!!!!, Ludacris – Diamond in the back, DJ Shadow – You Can’t Go Home

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  9. Gaslamp Killer - I Spit on Your Grave mix

    45mins of pure head-nodding beats from LA’s finest. Old breaks + new beats.

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  10. I’m Leaving Home mix by Neut

    A hour long mix by Neut, billed as being on the darker side of things you’ll find some huge heavy drums, breaks and basslines - includes an Aesop Rock track we’ve not heard before too.

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