Big Brother Mailout Oct 12

BIG BROTHER RECORDS, 4 Crow St, Dublin2 Tel : 01-6729355  ORDER ONLINE —->   http://www.bigbrotherrecords.com  Open 11.00am -7.00pm / Thurs until 8.00pm    Hi folks,  Hope you’re all well this Thursday afternoon….finally over the hump and recovered from so many gigs last weekend.  We saw, The Fall, Fujiya & Miyagi, Arthur Baker and I-F…. all of which were deadly!   Halloween is now almost upon us and we’ll be throwing a suitably seasonal party up at the Thomas House on the 28th  called ‘We Want Your Soul’, featuring dj’s from Maximum Joy, Oscillations, Monkey Tennis and Breakers Revenge…it’s  gonna be…wait for it…a…THRILLER! Full details to follow next week.   Today is delivey day and man….are we armed to the teeth! We’ve new releases for you from Blackjoy, Don Blackman, Gilles Peterson & Patrick Forge, Gwen Guthrie, Prins Thomas,  New Young Pony Club, Dondolo…and more. Plus a new box of Customers Orders too. Lots of great records in there and  multiple copies of many items too.   If you’ve records / cd’s / dvd’s etc on hold can you please drop by and collect or just phone/emai me if you cant thsi  week. Customers orders will be held for 14 DAYS ONLY.    thanks,  Gerry & Glen.   ps  And we’ve got the Trolley Bags & 7" record boxes back in stock this week too. Check the end of this mail for  spec & prices.    ================================================ NEW CUSTOMERS ORDERS THAT ARRIVED THIS WEEK; ================================================  Ray Baretto ‘Together’ LP (Fania) e15.00  Don Blackman ‘Don Blackman’ LP (Arista) e15.00  James Brown ‘Live at the Apollo Vol2’ 2LP (Polydor) e22.85  Buscemi ‘Our Girl in Havana’ 2LP (Downsall) e17.00  ESG ‘ESG’ LP (99 Records) e21.60  Herbert ‘Around The House’ 3LP (Soundslike) e25.00  Lidsrom & Prins Thomas ‘The Album’ 3LP (Eskimo) e25.00  Lotterboys ‘Animalia’ 2LP (Eskimo) e21.60  Minnie Ripperton ‘Les Fleurs – Anthology’ 2LP (Stateside) e26.00  Stooges ‘Funhouse’ 2LP (WSM) e21.60  V/A – Norman Jay presents Good Times #5′ 3LP (Resist) e27.00  V/A – Organic Soul 3 2LP (Soul Brother) e28.00  V/A – Rare Funk #11 LP (Cobalt) e21.60  V/A – Rare Funk #8 LP (Cobalt) e21.60  V/A – School Yard Breaks 2LP (SYard B) e21.60  BookaShade ‘Mandarine EP’ 12" (Physical) e11.40  Chicken Lips ‘White Dwarf’ 12" (Adrift) e11.40  Mark de Clive Lowe ‘Slide / State of Mental’ 12" (ABB) e11.40  Donnacha Costello ‘6×4’ 12" (Mimis) e11.40  ESG ‘You’re No Good’ 12" (99 Records) e11.40  Fresh & Low ‘Take You’re Time’ 12" (Offset) e11.40  Gwen Guthrie ‘It Should Have Been You’ 12" (Island) e11.40  Herbie Hancock ‘Rockitt’ 12" (Columbia) e11.40  Liquid Liquid ‘Scraper / Cavern – Cut Chemist & Psychnauts remixes’ 12" (MoWax) e11.40  Mandie V’s Annie ‘Greatest Body Language’ 12" (White) e13.00  Gwen McRae ‘Funky Sensation’ 12" (WSM) e8.90  New Young Pony Club ‘Ice Cream’ 7" (Island) e5.00  Peter, Bjorn & John ‘Young Folks’ 12" (Coop) e11.40  Will Powers ‘Adventures in Success’ 12" (Island) e11.40  Prince ‘Pop Life’ 12" (Paisley Park) e11.40  The Rapture ‘House Of Jelous Lovers’ 12" (DFA) e11.40  Run Jeremy ‘Windowlicker’ 12" (White) e11.40  Jimmy Spicer ‘The BubbleBunch’ 12" (Mercury) e11.40  V/A ‘Disco Galaxia II’ (CTX) e21.60  Ian Dury / Modern Romance ‘Reasons To Be Cheerful’ / ‘Can You Move’ 12" (SDC) e11.40  Vanity 6 ‘Nasty Girl’ 12" (Warner) e11.40  Wolfmother ‘Woman’ 7"-PicDisc (Morec) e8.90  Stevie Wonder ‘Love Light In Flight’ 12" (Motown) e11.40  Zdar ‘Dont you want me’ 12" (EMV) e11.40  The Rapture ‘Pieces Of The People We Know’ CD (Mercury) e19.00  ** DVD TALKING HEADS ‘STOP MAKING SENSE’ – ONLY TEN EURO!! E10 **        ====================================================================== THIS WEEK’S NEW  SOUL / DISCO / ITALO / nu-JAZZ ARRIVALS & RESTOCKS: =======================================================================   Black Joy ‘Moustache’ (Prins Thomas Mixes) 12" [NRK] e7.60   Superb remixes here from Prins Thomas of one of our favourite nuDisco-House tracks. Parisian outfit Blackjoy are behind Moustache’, a track that became a massive hit with househeads and nu-disco fanatics alike. For 2006, Prins Thomas  delivers two finger snappin’, low slung, disco groovers, staying faithful to the original with its building clavinet & Wurlitzer  chords and infectious bassline and adds a heavy dose of P funk, taking the cosmic levels to +11. The ‘Diskodub’ is  particularly heavy on the delays, teasing and building the track before the beat finally kicks in at 5 mins. This track  is a perfect metting of House & Disco with a wicked bassline. You’ll love it!    Dj Yoda ‘Wheels / Tip Toe’ 12" (Antidote) e7.60  This is the first single from Yoda’s new ‘Amazing Adventures of’ LP and well… it’s a banger! Based heavily on a  tremendous lost Level 42 sample and more or less lifted directly from ‘Livin it up’, this is proper old school party  hip hop and catchy as hell. The track on the flip is ‘Tip Toe’ is a bizzare blend of old-english hippy-folk and scratching  and recently used in the Nike TV ad. Remix duty here provided by DJ A Skillz. A winner.    Gilles Peterson / Patrick Forge ‘Sunday Afternoon @ Dingwalls 2LP (Ether) e21.60   Album marking the 20th anniversary of the legendary Sunday afternoon cult club session Talkin’ Loud at Dingwalls,  featuring classic anthems alongside vinyl rarities. Now available on vinyl. Airto – Encounter (Encontro no Bar) Dom Um Romao – Shake (Ginga Gingou) Bobby Montez – Kon-Tiki    Byron Morris – Kitty Bey Michel Legrand – Southern Routes Dave Valentin – Clove & Cinnamon Mark Murphy – Empty Faces Stone Alliance – Sweetie Pie Norman Connors – Captain Connors Corky McClerkin – Searchin For The Soul   Don Blackman ‘Don Blackman’ LP (Arista) e15.00  Super funk soul & boogie LP from 1982. Every track here is a winner even the more chilled out numbers. ‘Heart  Desire’ & ‘Holding You, Loving You’ are absolute classics and sound like they must’ve been a big influence on Pharrell. Winner!    V/A – Rare Funk #11 LP (Cobalt) e21.60   From the same label that brought you that Psychedelic Funk comp we had in stock a few weeks back… the one  with no tracklistings. Heres another great one, this time of more obscure Soul, Funk Reggae& Disco gems.  Some of the cover versions here are out of sight. If you like the kind of set David Holmes, DJ Format or Andy Votel play then youll dig this gear…far out! ust where do they find this stuff?!  Blue Jays – What do you want Cimmerons – Street Walk Sound Studio – Gimme Some Dave & Ansel Collins – Doing Our Thing Apostels – Soulful Boris Gardiner – Ghetto Funk In Crowd – Mango Walk Tornados – Do Your Thing  Wild Magnolias – Ho No Se Organizationb – Smokey Feeling Lever Bros – Blackmans Cry Ray Munnings – Funky Nassau Naturals – Funky Rasta Jon Lucien – Ghetto Song      Liquid Liquid ‘Scraper / Cavern – Cut Chemist & Psychnauts remixes’ 12" (MoWax) e11.40  One time this was a holy grail for punfunk/no-wave & hip-hop collectors alike. Originally issued a s a limited  edition 12" remix ep on MoWax way back in ’97 and reissued again in all its glory. Here you get 2 super Liquid  Liquid percussive breakbeat tracks remixed by Cut Chemist and The Psychnauts. Both tracks are wicked and  beef up the originaly no end.    Gwen Guthrie ‘Peanut Butter / Younger Than Me 12" (Island) e11.40  ‘Peanut Butter’ is classic Paradise Garage / Larry Levan disco and sounds as good now as it did then. Its funky  as hell and makes a pleasant change from the over played ‘Nuthin but the rent’. The track on the flip ‘Younger  than me’ is class too. Produced by Sly & Robbie.   Putsch ’79 – Doin’ It Remixes (Box Jams) e11.40  Repressed and back in stock! Part 2 of the Box Jams Remix series. Daniel Wang comes with a sweeet New-York  disco version with warm sounds and an even warmer groove… Very nice! Major Swellings (aka Prins Thomas)  comes with a nice long building dubby remix with a great additional bassline and loads of percussion added.  Last but not least a new bonus edit by the Finnish wonder boys themselves. Slightly different from the original  with a more loose feel.  Super conremporay disco with a great groove.    Will Powers ‘Adventures in Success’ 12" (Island) e11.40* [back by beats demand!]  Reissue of this 80’s electro-pop classic, co written by Sting and featured on the Glimmers Serie Noire Eskimo  mix and Joey Negro’s recent compilation ‘The Trip’  from last year.  A real odd tune but one that really has finally  come of age. Sounds just like Metro Area or that current cosmic dubbed out disco sound. The vocal side has some  rather wacky lyrics  about empowerment but hey if you dont like em then just flip over to the dubside for the  instrumental. Has a whole plethora of guests involved…Nile Rodgers, Robert Palmer and even Sting.  Great disco groove and infectiously likeable,.    =================================================================  THIS WEEK’S NEW HOUSE, ELECTRO & PUNK-FUNK ARRIVALS & RESTOCKS ==================================================================  New Young Pony Club ‘Ice Cream’ 7" (Island) e5.00   One of our favourite new Punk-Funk bands and one of their best singles so far. Originally released on the mighty  fine Tirk! records last year. We had limited copies of this in stock in then that sold out rapid. Now the Ponies are  newly signed to Island records and this single has got a re-release….and non-too soon neither. Sounds like a  mash of Tom Tom Club, Le Tigre, A Certain Ratio, DFA, ESG & a girlie version of Gang Of Four. If you dig your  post punk / no-wave funk sounds then don’t miss this humdinger of a 7". Scheduled to play here at the Ambassador  next month too. Go Ponies!     Black Joy ‘Moustache’ (Prins Thomas Mixes) 12" [NRK] e7.60 ***due Friday tomorrow  Parisian outfit Blackjoy are behind ‘Moustache’, a track that became an instant underground hit with househeads  and nu-disco fanatics alike. For 2006, Prins Thomas delivers two finger snappin’, low slung, disco groovers, staying  faithful to the original with its building clavinet & Wurlitzer chords and infectious bassline and adds a heavy dose of  P funk, taking the cosmic levels to +11. The ‘Diskodub’ is particularly heavy on the delays, teasing and building the  track before the beat finally kicks in at 5 mins.  We still spin the original of this most weeks and these remixes take it to the next level     Martin Solveig ‘In the House’  2×12"  (Defected) e11.40 each   51 Days ‘Feel So High’ Copyright feat. Tasita D’Mour ‘We Can Rise’ Incredible Bongo Band ‘Apache’ Salif Keita ‘Madan’ (MS Exotic Disco Mix) Martin Solveig ‘Someday’ Jackson Sisters ‘I Believe In Miracles’    Mesak – Pak Bang 12" (Klakson) e11.40  Mesak’s third twelve inch on Dexter & Steffi’s Klakson Records. Tatu Metsätähti (aka Mesak, one half of Mr Velcro  Fastener) brings probably his best release to date…at least it is his most danceable release ever. Our favourite is  the jacking "Lets Get Sum Bang" which rocks every club for sure! The other tracks are more electrofied techno-ish  tracks which remind us of some classic Carl Craig work including the outstanding "Pak Track". Like all Klakson releases  this is another hot one.    ESG ‘ESG’  LP (99 Records) e11.40  A repress of the original ESG mini-album on New York’s finest Punk-Funk label. This is the essence of pure no-wave  and the sound that had such an influence on todays bass & cowbell sound. If you like the DFA, Franz Ferd, Certain  Ratio, Gang of Four, New Young Pony Club then you need this. 12" price too! Youre No Good Moody Ufo Earn It Esg Hey!   The Rapture ‘House Of Jelous Lovers’ 12" (DFA) e11.40  Stop press!!  Limited warehouse find of the track that started it all for the Rapture nearly 4 years ago on DFA records.  This ones a classic and still sounds freash today. Now long deleted and ridiculously hard to get hold of even on ebay.  We have some VERY LIMITED copies of thsi gem back in stock. Get em while theyre hot… and get one for your mate too!      Dondolo – Tetanus Crisis [Hot Chip & Mock & Toof Remixes] (Tiny Sticks) e11.40  Hot Chip, serve up one hell of a journey, and rising stars Mock & Toof (currently getting props for their Madonna re-edit  ‘Lycra Virgin’) are also all over Dondolo, who’s first Tiny Sticks release, the mighty ‘Dragon’, received support & plays from the likes of DFA, Lindstrom, Trevor Jackson, Rob Da Bank, Prins Thomas, Optimo, Headman,  Erol Alkan etc.A big one.       Morpheus & Joakim – Give Us Something (Tigersushi) e11.40   This EP is an exclusive collaboration between Joakim and former Minimal Compact singer Samy Birnbach, an  offshoot of DJ Morpheus’s compilation “I Can’t Live Without My Radio” in a punk-funk vein with raw analogue  synths and fierce guitars (featuring Panico’s guitarist, Memo Dumay). On the flip side, Rub N Tug put their hands  on Minimal Compacts’s "Nil Nil". Gothic Disco.   Twitch (Optimo): Really like the Joakim and Morpheus too. The original mix is doing it for me at the moment.     Radiohead / The Rapture ‘Punchup at the underground’ Freshpress) e11.40  Two super punk-funk edits here. Firstly its Radiohead’s "Punch Up at a Wedding" that adds a US boompty / tech-house  beat and a fresher more upbeat take on the track. On the flip, The Rapture’s "Sister Saviour" is given a bouncier remix t hat should give it a new lease of life now that the band are back with a new LP.     Peter, Bjorn & John ‘Young Folks’ 12" (Coop) e11.40** [restock – back by beats demand!]  A restock of this PunkFunk gem. Fierce catchy…. and on this 12" you get the remixes. Three of them in fact, including  the really brilliant ‘Punks Jump Up’ mix that just spun me out the first time I heard it. Very funky in a punky kinda way.  Great bassline!   ================================================== LAST WEEK’S MOVER’S & SHAKER’S YOU MAY HAVE MISSED ==================================================  Tangoterje ‘Diamonds Dub’ 12" (Supreme) e11.40  A  re-edit of the Paul Simon classic "Diamonds on the Soles of her Shoes" and Todd Terje does a sterling job (it was hard  to go wrong) with a new intro & extended breaks – on the flip, an instrumetal extended dub of Curtis Mayfield "Give Me  Your Love" and the whispered vocalled gentle lilt of Astrud Gilberto’s "Black Magic".     Donna Summer ‘I feel Dub’ 12" (White) e11.40  Glenn Underground’s late 90s bootleg mix of Donna Summer’s "I Feel Love" combining it with Giorgio Moroder’s  "The Chase" and beefing up the drum sound no end. Also has 2 other "I Feel Love " remixes too.  Now your talking!    Ginny / Cline Stevens & Brainchild – Can’t Be Serious / Mystery man (Flexx) e11.40  Two super-rare and in demand cosmic slow-jams. Ginny’s "Can’t Be Serious" has been the talk of the town ever  since it was featured on DJ Harvey’s cult Sarcastic Disco mix and Marni’s excellent Tutu mix. This unique 1983  balearic-cosmic-disco styled burner with very intense vocals has conquered the hearts of many. Now finally available  again, re-mastered from the original tapes. Renowned jazz-funk fusionist Clive Stevens has a career spanning over  30 years and has previously collaborated with the likes of Afrika Bambaata, Manfred Mann, Billy Cobham and others.  His 1983  "Mystery Man" track is a beautiful, exotic cosmic disco jam previously released on italo disco label "Many Records"  and the German "Frog records".     VARIOUS ARTISTS – Balearica: The Original Sound Of The White Island 2LP (White) e21.60        Compilation of rare and in-demand original Balearic gems.  Featuring Jasper Van’t Hof’s 1985 piano masterpiece "Hoomba Hoomba", heavily sampled by Voices Of Africa for the  1990 rework of the same name, as well as Wally Badarou’s "Mambo" which was also heavily sampled by Massive Attack  for their hit "Daydreaming". Also featured are the full 12′ version of Tulio De Piscopo’s "Primavera (Stop Bajon)"  and the 10 minute Tom Moulton mix of the Kongas "Anakina", both massive records in the early Ibiza parties. Also  the awesome ‘Rotation’ by Herb Alpert and the original Extended 12" Version of Max Berlin’s Elle Et Moi.  All in all  a superb compilation of rare & in demand tunes. Great comp!   Lindstrom & Prins Thomas ‘Boney M Down’ 12" (Eskimo) e11.40  "Boney M Down" was one of many highlights from Lindstrom & Prins Thomas’ eponymous 2005 album on Eskimo.  This 12" doesn’t short-change owners of the original triple LP, as it features a wholly different mix of "Boney M Down"  to the album, one so different and multi-layered that it bears few resemblances to its forebear, with more loads more  guitar, whiny keys and a ‘liver’ rhythm track. "Tempo Tempo" must be an LP outtake, as it shares the Spanish guitar,  Krautrock keys and lackadaisical grooves of the long player. Apparently recorded live at the Goa Club in Rome ( but sonically as good a recording as a studio mix), the version of "Sykkelsong" is a looser, dubbier variant to the LP  fave….and for my 2p’s worth is the best cut on this EP. A real slow burner of a track that burns brightest.      Alan Parsons Project – I Robot / Human Beinz ‘Nobody But Me’  12" (Dirty) e11.40  Great re-edits here of The Alan Parsons Project’s cosmic-disco groover ‘I-Robot’ and The Human Beinz Northern Soul  stomper ‘Nobody but me’. The Alan Parsons track sounds like Metro Area or Chicken Lips in their more dubbed out  cosmic days and frequently gets spins on Tim Sweeneys ‘Beats in Space show’. Weve been on the hunt for this one f or a while,Great track!  While the Human Beinz track is pure Nuggets Garage and featrured in the Kill Bill movie. Superb edits done here by  the same folks that did that wonderful edit of Can’s ‘Mother Sky’ not so long ago.   The Glimmers – Time For Action (Diskimo) e11.40   Brand new release from The Glimmers on Eskimo’s Diskimo offshoot and a collaboration with Anu from Freeform Five .  Solid, disco influenced tracks, ready to fly. Paded Cell remix on the flip side giving the original more of an electronic feel. –  its a great dirty disco-flavoured house track and sounds like The Glimmers doing what they do best.      ======================================================== THIS WEEK’S PRESALES / FORTHCOMING RELEASES – preorder now! ========================================================    Various Artists – 2LP Balearica 2 e21.60   Balearica 2 brings you another brilliant 2 x 12” compilation of rare & in demand old school Balearic gems. Featuring  Johnny Dynell’s classic ‘Jam Hot’ which was heavily sampled by Norman Cook’s Beats International.  Also featured is  the full nine minute versions of K.I.D.’s awesome ‘Hupendi Musiki Wangu’  and Lola’s  – ‘Wax The Van’, both massive  records at the early Ibiza parties. Also included are Prism’s mega rare ‘The White Shadow’ a fantastic Balearic Disco  remake of ‘Ain’t No Stoppin Us Now’ as well as awesome re-edits of Earth, Wind & Fire’s – ‘Drum Song’ and Rah Band’s  – ‘Electric Fling’. But…..the iceing on the cake has to be the full 12" version of Stretch’s ‘Why Did You Do it’ (check the drum  break!) and Carly Simons ‘Why’. Two tracks weve been searching years for.      Zero dB ‘Bongos, Bleeps & Basslines’ 4LP (Ninja) e31.00  Since they started properly working together some 6 years ago, Chris Vogado and Neil Combstock aka Zero dB  have been concocting a provocative, innovative and addictive brew of hard jazz, electro, latin, hip hop and house,  laced throughout with their now signature dirty, heavy basslines.   •After releasing their early records on Vogado’s  own Fluid Ounce label, Zero dB are now signed to Ninja Tune and ready to step it up, with their debut album, ‘Bongos,  Bleeps & Basslines’. Their main starting point is usually jazz, but they dip into a multitude of different influences and  work with talented musicians and vocalists to create a track. In contrast to the general climate of somewhat old, tired,  formulaic and unmemorable dance music, Zero dB’s meticulous production forces their audiences to discover previously  undeveloped musical places.The result is hard-edged and exhilarating – as brutal as it is sophisticated, ‘Bongos, Bleeps & Basslines’ is a stand-out  work of UK dance music.       TY ‘Closer’ 2LP (Big Dada) e21.60  On the back of Zane Lowe support, a huge autumn tour, 1xtra playlist and excellent press comes the third album from  Mercury Music Prize nominee Ty.  Ty’s Mercury nominated album ‘Upwards’ sold over 15,000 copies in the UK alone. Closer’ features guest spots from hip hop luminaries such as Speech, Maceo and Bahamadia.       VA Ame – Mixing 3LP (Sonar Kollektiv) e19.00  Not just a bridge between the old and the new, the club and home stereo ‘Âme… Mixing’ serves as a connection between  the various musical genres which are currently dominating the best clubs.  The success story of Kristian Beyer and Frank  Wiedemann aka Âme is showing no signs of waning, having led the annual charts of Groove and De:Bug magazines,  providing Pete Tong with a single of the month and even making a DJ mix for said DJ’s The Essential Selection Radio 1  show with their hit ‘Rej’, which has also been christened by Louie Vega and Danny Krivit as “the ‘Plastic Dreams’ of the  new millennium”.•They now release their first official compilation ‘Âme… Mixing’. Their DJ sets are currently being  celebrated everywhere from Miami to Paris and Helsinki, so it was only a matter of time until they immortalized one  of their mixes for home use.  3LP Laurie Spiegel – Appalachian Grove 1 Ashra – Sunrain Nexus – Stand Up (Vocal) New Music – 24 Hours From Culture – Part II (Clean Version) Double – Woman Of The World (Long Instrumental Version) Jonny L – This Time (Carl Craig Remix) Capracara – Flashback 86 Funtopia ft Jimi Polo – Do You Wanna Know (DYWK)  ( Derrick May Remix) Jump Cutz Vol 5 – Deep Introspection Âme – Mifune (Dixon’s Beatless Edit)*        BlackGrass  ‘Oh Jah’ 12" (Catskills) e7.60  Oh Jah’ featuring Jah Marnyah is the latest single taken from the critically acclaimed album ‘A Hundred Days In One’.  This single is the stand out track from the album and has been winning many fans across the board, with support coming  from Annie Mac, Mary Anne Hobbs and Chris Coco on Radio 1, and Joe Ransom and Dan Greenpeace on Kiss 100, amongst  others. Remixes come courtesy of the Nextmen, who turn up the funk quota, and Mr Trick, who strips down the original into  a sound system destroyer.     Henrik Schwarz ‘Imagination Limitation’ 12" (!K7) e7.60  Written exclusively for his forthcoming DJ Kicks mix, it is  an evocative piece of music that in it’s ten-odd minutes  manages to incorporate dance music’s entire history without ever sounding hackneyed or contrived. Beginning with  an emotive, almost cinematic, piano line it builds into one shimmeringly beautiful groove that takes in lush, synthetic  Detroit synths and one almighty soulful vocal executed with panache by himself. From there it glides into smooth house  terrain taking along the way the vast, expansive vistas of disco, Afro-beat, dub and funk. For the B-side Henrik has also  constructed a stunning interpretation of his original recording. An irresistible slice of fractured funk, its twisted, deviant  disco and broken beats are underpinned by some blissful harp action and an overall mood of deepness that could keep  Jacques Cousteau for company.         Movementz ‘Member of the trick 03: The Locust 12" (Sonar Kolektiv) e7.60  Movementz are a new British act on Sonar Kollektiv. Trickski have personally selected ‘29 Calls’ for this release and  provide the remix on the Bside.•The third in Trickski’s ‘Members Of The Trick’ 12” series for Sonar Kollektiv.•Gilles Peterson,  Mad Mats and Carl Craig are all huge fans of Trickski.     Sygaire ‘Deux Mille Deux’ 12" (Sonar Kollektiv) e7.60  Sygaire is the broken beat alias of Jazzanova member Roskow Kretschmann, also known as Kosma (on Infracom),  Intega and Sygaire, amongst others. Sygaire’s goal is to produce polished club tracks with an origin in boogie, electro,  African, calypso and many other styles. The main thing is that the music should be fun.      ================================================== Forthcoming Gig & Events: – tickets on sale here ==================================================  Big Brother Record’s present;  BREAKER’S REVENGE –  Saturday 9pm – 1am@ The Thomas House, Thomas St Dublin 2 – FREE. Electro-PunkFunk- HipHop-PartyBreaks–6T’sPsyche-Krautrock-Rare Groove–Electro- nuDisco-Northern Soul –  Nu Soul – Old Soul – Rubber Soul – Fillet of Soul. with dj’s Gerry Molumby, Keef Nally  & Glen Hall     Tonight Thursday 12th October  ——————————————-  Backash present //  Serge Santiago + Funboi & Sam Davis Rogue, Thursday 12 October // 10eu   Friday 13th October —————————  Choice Cuts present DJ Qool Marv @ RiRa Dame Court 11.30pm – 2.30am  e5.00 b4 12, e10 after.    Sat 14th October 2006 ——————————– CHOICE CUTS present Edan & Friends @ Crawdaddy Harcourt St – Dublin 2 Doors 7.30pm (Early Show) e18.50 on sale here    Sat 21st October 2006 ——————————– CHOICE CUTS present Souls Of Mischief@ Crawdaddy Harcourt St – Dublin 2 Doors 7.30pm  e18.50 on sale here   Sunday October 29th ————————————-  Surface & One Track Records present  TIMMY REGISFORD ( CLUB SHELTER ) Billy Scurry The Underground @ Kennedy’s  Westland Row, Dublin 1 (The rear of Trinity College) Upstairs Pre Club 8.30  Keith Dalton (Groovement) + Jae Brown 90 Degrees New York house        ========================================== BIG BROTHER RECORDS GEAR & ACCESSORIES ==========================================  NEW ULTIMATE DJ RECORD TROLLEY BAGS & SLING BAGS – now available in Black.  Trolley Bag ——————- This high quality trolley holds approximately 65 vinyl records. It is geared with a robust set of roller blade wheels and a sturdy aluminum frame. The trolley includes 2 CD wallets which hold 48 CDs in the front pocket. One of the best advantages of using the SlingBag Trolley is that it fits in an airplane overhead compartment. No more strained shoulders from carrying your records with this Trolley bag!  e132.00   SlingBag —————– The SlingBag is a medium size bag that holds approximately 45 vinyl records. It has a pocket on each side and one full size pocket in the front. The front pocket contains 2 CD wallets that hold 48 CDs. A perfect size bag for a quick DJ set! e79.00   Blank CD’s – VERBATIM 80 MIN 700MB CDR’S WITH CASES FOR 75cent.  45RPM record centre adaptors for Jukebox 7"s – e10 each.   7" Record Boxes – Black Aluminium – holds 50 – just e25        Open till 7pm every night…Thurs till 8pm. Technics –  Aluminum 45RPM Centre Adaptors for 7" Singles – 10euro  CDR’s with cases 75 Cent —————————————————————————————————————– Gerry Molumby Big Brother Records The Basement ( under Selectah ) 4 Crow Street Temple Bar Dublin 2  Tel : 01 / 6729355 www.bigbrotherrecords.com      You are receiving this mail because you have subscribed to our mailing list. If you wish to unsubscribe, please follow the link below and follow the instructions to confirm your unsubscription:  http://www.bigbrotherrecords.com/mlu1092902132.html  Built for Business by Adnet http://www.adnet.ie


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