Sunday, 29 March 2009


So... Had this idea today to do a monthly mix... from myself and guests... of tunes we love to play "On a lazy sunday afternoon"

This first installment is a bit of a Balearic belter... With a few of my favorite Balearic tunes... (Crammed into an hour long mix)
Hope you all enjoy... And stay posted for part 2... From a thus far unmasked DeeJay ;)...


1. How ever do you want me (Acappella) - Soul II Soul
2. Only love can break your heart (Weatherall mix) - St Etienne 
3. First time ever (Mellow Groove) - Joanna Law
4. Why (12" version) - Carly Simon
5. The first cut is the deepest - Barbara Jones
6. Wax the van (Jon's Dub) - Lola
7. It's Sinful (Tribal mix) Pete Wylie
8. Running - Information Society
9. Visitors - Koto
10. Flash 83 - The Duke of Burlington
11. Precious little Diamond - Fox the fox
12. Pink footpath (Instrumental) - Louis
13. The whole of the moon - The waterboys

Enjoy...wigid ;)

Ps... As always download both parts to open .rar file...


Heres the link...

Monday, 16 March 2009


This month's episode is a mix of some of my favorite Goa/Psy-Trance tunes...
I have been listening to, and rediscovering a lot of Psy-Trance lately...
(Only when the wifes out though..She prefers it a bit funkier)
So for this mix, i've decided to pick out some of the tunes i loved to play back in the mid to late nineties... Which was almost impossible as their are so many favorites (i think i'll have to do a part 2...)
So get ready for a full on trip to paradise... ahhh so many memories

Bom Shiva...wigid ;)

1. Ancient Lands - Sheyba
2. Elysium - Elysium
3. Keep it Cool - Elysium
4. God's Eye - The Overlords
5. Biological Manipulation - The Manipulators
6. Beyond the Internal Horizon - Process
7. I Think - Disco Slickers
8. Project Oblivion - Conspiracy Theory
9. Slick Witch ( Slink remix) - Slinky Wizard
10. Beautiful People - Slinky Wizard
11. Sodom like there's no Gomorrah - Slinky Wizard
12. Nautilus (2007 remix) - Total Eclipse

(As always you must download both parts to open .rar file)

Tuesday, 3 March 2009

Dj Mozart @ Tana club (Italy)1978 and Amnesia (Terni)1985

DJ Mozart (aka Claudio Rispoli) was a contemporary and friend of Daniele Baldelli in Italy. At Baia Degli Angeli he and Baldelli would make famous the music that would fall under the description of "cosmic".

After the original Baia was closed by the police (drugs, of course....) Baldelli moved to the new Cosmic club, while Rispoli worked at a club called Tana....

Two mixes from the Rimini, Afro-Cosmic Dj...

First is a beautiful full-on disco mix of DJ Mozart at the Tana Club circa 1978. There's no tracklist, sorry, but you definitely get the vibe of what it was like to swing in Italy during the late '70's...

Pt 1
Pt 2
(Download both parts)

Second up is Dj Mozart @ Amnesia (1985). Again no Tracklist but a nice slice of history...


Enjoy... wigid ;)

Monday, 2 March 2009

Go Bang Brighton (2-31 May 2009)

The guys over at Go Bang Brighton are running a month long festival from the 2-31 of may 2009

the guys say....

"The idea is fairly simple, we pick some nice venues for a month and fill them with music and people. Musically all bases are covered, disco, funk, real house music, acid house classics, cosmic, nu jazz, soul and boogie, the emphasis being on quality groove based sounds for the whole month."

"The scene for this kind of music has been gradually building over the last 12 months since Go Bang Brighton 2008, all being well 2009 will once again bring more good times and great music to our seaside resort."

So if your down that way this month check-em out... wigid ;)

For more details check out their site... Go Bang Brighton

Alien Project vs Raja ram-Live @ Sundance Festival (Eila) 2003

Raja Ram (born Ronald Rothfield, in 1941 in Melbourne, Australia) is a musician and the owner of the UK record label TIP World. Raja Ram left Australia in the 1950s to begin the hippie trail. He returned to Australia later and studied flute at the Melbourne Conservatory. Raja Ram also went to New York in 1965 to study jazz. He was a member of the band Quintessence in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Shortly after, Raja Ram was forced to retire for personal reasons and became an envelope salesman. In the 1980s, he decided to return to the music scene as he now became interested in the emerging genre of electronic music. He was one of the first people to make what is today considered psychedelic trance.
Raja Ram formed TIP Records in 1994 with Graham Wood and Ian St. Paul. It soon became one of the most well-known Goa Trance labels. After the label folded in 1998, Raja Ram then founded TIP World in 1999.
He collaborated with Simon Posford on the Shpongle and The Mystery of the Yeti projects and is a founder of 1200 Micrograms.

An awesome set by Alien Project and the legendary Raja Ram...
Enjoy ;)

Pt 1
Pt 2

As always you MUST download both parts to open .rar file...