A few years ago, I did a DJ set at an event at work and because my job involved a certain virtual learning platform, every called me “DJ Blackboard” (geddit? DJ Blackboard sounds like DJ Blackburn, as in Blackburn my surname!) I’ve still got the tracks I played, but so far DJ Blackboard has yet to have a mix on the internet.
Until Today! Here is a short mix of some of the tracks on “Everyday, Everyday – The Mistrust Remixes” now playing on Mixcloud:
Buy the way – look out for the full album of mistrust remixes on Bandcamp here.
My remix of Deep Space Lament by Animat, is featured on “Earplayed”, an eight track album which is out now.
“Earplayed” is the companion to celebrate the re-release of “Earplay”, and includes some of their favourite remixes and previously unreleased versions of the original tracks. I’m really pleased and honoured to be part of this project.
Listen in the player or Buy now on Bandcamp…
Old Public Information films and my songs. Well, my remixes actually. Here’s a video I made for my remix of Khartomb’s Cabbage & Kings, using and edit from “Charley’s March of Time”, a British Public Information film from 1948 by Halas and Batchelor.
Here’s the first track of the album I mentioned in a recent post. It’s called Colour Coded, from the album called “Album” by Soup. Soup are, amongst others, Andy Whitaker and Oz Cooper, from Manchester in the UK.
There’s also a review of the album in SIC Magazine here…..
Soup Abum Review