I’m really excited to announce that I’m going to be interviewed on the radio! I’ll be chatting to DJ Dubdelay, aka Dub Pete, who hosts the Music Zoo show on Incapable Staircase, an online radio station!
I have released a new 5-track EP today on my Bandcamp page. It’s called “Never Let You Go EP” and features new versions of my song Never Let You Go.
The first track is the “alternative version” of the song, with different lyrics to the original song. It’s the version that I named the “radio edit” on other websites and which is currently on the Amazing Radio Pop music schedule.
I wrote the song for my wife’s birthday. She’s definitely the perfect mother and perfect wife.
The song has already been played on the radio in the UK and round the world. It was been described as tragic and a heartbreaker!
It marks a move away from my previous chillout and dub styles to a more new wave and synthpop style which is inspired by my love of bands like OMD, Kraftwerk, Soft Cell, Depeche Mode and other bands that started out in the 1980s.
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.