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  1. 1. Tom's chart action for October 2006 2. Live Mix for download recorded in Sofia 6th October 3. Colin Dale joins us for the Open House show 4. Rare Groove/Funk/Soul mix for download 1. Tom's Chart for October 2006 - No particular order - they're all great! 1. Deepchild "No Disgrace" (Audio montage remix) 2. Spencer Gray "Pillow Talk" (Asad Rizvi remix) Love Slap 3. Inland Knights "Special Edition EP" Drop 4. Demarkus Lewis Ft Red Eye "Red Planet Funk" Conya 5. My Robot Friend "Swallow" (Derrick Carter remix) Soma 6. Tracey Cooper Ft Greenskeepers "Gotta let loose" (are you hip remix) Greenhouse 7. DJ Fame "Name it X" - Dubsided 8. Chuck Love "Something Right" (JT Donaldson Dub) Om 9. Santiago & Bushido "Get down to it EP" So Sound 10. Cpen "Lovers Lounge" Seasons 2. Live Mix for Download: Part 1 of a 4 hour set recorded at the intimate “Life House†Club in Sofia , Bulgaria, on Friday October 6th - Part 2 to follow! (79 mins) http://www.i-plub.co.uk/mp3/othermixes/Tom%20Baker%20-%20Live%20Bulgaria%20Oct%2006%20Pt1.mp3 3. Colin Dale on Pulseradio.net Colin Dale joins the long list of illustrious names to guest live on our “Open House†radio show on www.pulserasdio.net - the show will be broadcast 1st November 9pm (GMT) and as usual will include in depth interview. 4. "Peg Inspired" Rare Groove/Funk/Soul set for download: This mix was recorded at home before returning my all time favourite non-house records back to their space on the shelf after playing them at The Peg in the sun Festival in France at the end of August. There’s a few familiar classics on there as well as some rare as f*@k groove/soul and funk gems, and the odd bit of hip hop/reggae/dub. Non Mixed – 2.5 hours long. http://www.i-plub.co.uk/mp3/othermixes/Tom%20Baker%20-%20Funk%20Soul%20Peg%20Mix.mp3 Thanks for reading. Tom http://www.djtombaker.com http://www.myspace.com/djtombaker MSN: [email protected] c/o BM 9009 27 Old Gloucester St London , England WC1N 3XX
  2. After having the bandwidth blow up due to over use, its now been rectified and you can download it ok. thanks to all of you who pointed out it wasnt working! Enjoy ;-) http://www.kickinside.com/mixes/techhouse/mp3/TomBaker_CrowdedHouse_Mix.mp3 1. Demarkus Lewis - Lime St - cdr 2. Demarkus Lewis - Reflexations - cdr 3. Joey Youngman - Troubled Child - Jamayka 4. Natural Rhythm - Vibes Alive (Re Rubba the Dubba mix) - Tango 5. JV & Granite - Hallucinate (Granite Mix) - cdr 6. Lo/Rez - Stickwich - Flat and Round 7. Tom Baker and Lawrence Mohammed - La Diablada (Soulsmith Rmx) - Wrong 8. Lavish Habbits - Clap Yo Feetz - Select 9. Harrold Heath - Long Relationships (Asad Rizvi Remix) - Urban Torque 10. Lawnchair Generals - You Got To - Aroma 11. Mario Fabriani - Release - Nightshift 12. Demarkus Lewis - Rollerboy - cdr 13. Market House vs Natural Rhythm - Treat you Sweet (Thomas White Remix) - Detour 14. The Littlemen - Stoned (Inland Knights mix) - Mobile Trax 15. Bazar - Hard To Find - Basic 16. Bran Van 3000 ft Curtis Mayfeild - Astounded (Fred's Flute Dub) - Bombay
  3. This is a bit more housey than my usual style, but I like it ;-) Hope you do too. Enjoy cheers Tom http://www.kickinside.com/mixes/techhouse/mp3/TomBaker_CrowdedHouse_Mix.mp3 1. Demarkus Lewis - Lime St - cdr 2. Demarkus Lewis - Reflexations - cdr 3. Joey Youngman - Troubled Child - Jamayka 4. Natural Rhythm - Vibes Alive (Re Rubba the Dubba mix) - Tango 5. JV & Granite - Hallucinate (Granite Mix) - cdr 6. Lo/Rez - Stickwich - Flat and Round 7. Tom Baker and Lawrence Mohammed - La Diablada (Soulsmith Rmx) - Wrong 8. Lavish Habbits - Clap Yo Feetz - Select 9. Harrold Heath - Long Relationships (Asad Rizvi Remix) - Urban Torque 10. Lawnchair Generals - You Got To - Aroma 11. Mario Fabriani - Release - Nightshift 12. Dermakus Lewis - Rollerboy - cdr 13. Market House vs Natural Rhythm - Treat you Sweet (Thomas White Remix) - Detour 14. The Littlemen - Stoned (Inland Knights mix) - Mobile Trax 15. Bazar - Hard To Find - Basic 16. Bran Van 3000 ft Curtis Mayfeild - Astounded (Fred's Flute Dub) - Bombay www.djtombaker.com
  4. This is a bit more housey than my usual style, but I like it ;-) Hope you do too. Enjoy cheers Tom http://www.kickinside.com/mixes/techhouse/mp3/TomBaker_CrowdedHouse_Mix.mp3 1. Demarkus Lewis - Lime St - cdr 2. Demarkus Lewis - Reflexations - cdr 3. Joey Youngman - Troubled Child - Jamayka 4. Natural Rhythm - Vibes Alive (Re Rubba the Dubba mix) - Tango 5. JV & Granite - Hallucinate (Granite Mix) - cdr 6. Lo/Rez - Stickwich - Flat and Round 7. Tom Baker and Lawrence Mohammed - La Diablada (Soulsmith Rmx) - Wrong 8. Lavish Habbits - Clap Yo Feetz - Select 9. Harrold Heath - Long Relationships (Asad Rizvi Remix) - Urban Torque 10. Lawnchair Generals - You Got To - Aroma 11. Mario Fabriani - Release - Nightshift 12. Dermakus Lewis - Rollerboy - cdr 13. Market House vs Natural Rhythm - Treat you Sweet (Thomas White Remix) - Detour 14. The Littlemen - Stoned (Inland Knights mix) - Mobile Trax 15. Bazar - Hard To Find - Basic 16. Bran Van 3000 ft Curtis Mayfeild - Astounded (Fred's Flute Dub) - Bombay www.djtombaker.com
  5. Chart: 1. Demarkus Lewis - The House Guest EP - Guest House Music 2. Grant Dell - Acid Bubble - Stupendous 3. Demar Vs Janet Jackson - Unkown Title - Roxy3 4. Switch - This is sick - Front Room 5. Tom Baker + Lawrence Mohammed - La Diablada - Wrong 6. Mastik Soul - Zencisk - Moxi 7. Martin Venetjoki Ft Derek Conver - Really Dont Stop - Dust Traxx 8. Nick Chacona - X, Y and sometimes Z - Grayhound 9. Colin Brown - Just a feeling - Chapter 10. Asad and Tangun - Fear and Loathing by the Bosphorus - Wrong Record reviews for TTR Magazine, PitchAdjust.com, Radar Magazine, Mstation.org, Dancecommunity.be and many more.. Grant Dell – Acid Bubble Artist: Grant Dell Title: Acid Bubble Label: Stupendous Cat no: STLP014 House 12" Grants returns to NYC's Stupendous recordings with this fine piece of underground party funk. "Acid Bubble" is built up from an insatiable rhythm pattern, multi layered FX and acid stabs. It's one of those tunes that just rolls on and on effortlessly. "Inspire me" is a deeper, techier work out, with shuffling percussion, pitched up vocal FX and more cheeky acid tinges. 5/5 Jackie Johnson – Boobs and Biatch Artist: Jackie Johnson Title: Boobs and Biatch Label: RZ Cat no: RZ12 House 12" David Duriez's RZ maintains the "Blast from the past" ethos with this 4 track Chicago influenced EP. "Disco Boobs" is pure Chicago to the core, with a cymbal based drum pattern and repetitive FX. "Return of the wild bitch" takes on a DJ Pierre vibe, where an Akai piano riff sits under a one-note string and lively drums. "Old Skool Biatch" is a classic jazzy, jacking party work out and "The big track" is a stripped back chi-town drum work out. 4/5 Solid Groove – This is Sick Artist: Solid Groove Title: This is Sick Label: Front Room Cat no: FRM010 House 12" Dave Taylor's "Switch" project continues with ultra loud, cut and paste style, boundary-pushing house. "This is sick" is a one-sided single-track release that certainly does what it says in the tin. The bass line is like something from mars and a lovely female vocal sample declaring the track title. The track then darts back and forth from the main drum loop to a string-led breakdown and various other drum loops patterns, ensuring the listener always gets what was least expected! 5/5 Tony Thomas – Growth EP Artist: Tony Thomas Title: Growth EP Label: Cubic Cat no: Cubic002 House 12" The second release on Tony Thomas' new label see the man bringing a slightly more electronic angle on his tried and tested percussive productions. "Growth" is an infectious acid house number for those peak time moments. "Serious" sees Tony use bring his musical skills to the fore, with twangy guitar, trumpets a Hammond organ and a big room peak time feel. "Remember" is a contemplative, chilled, deep house roller, for much later in the night. A very useful EP. 4/5 Leigh Morgan vs. Harold Heath – House the weather Artist: Leigh Morgan vs. Harold Heath Title: House the weather Label: Boxa Cat no: Boxa 003 12" House This collaboration results in two lively and intoxicating tracks. "House the weather" is a funky, drum work out, with a rolling bass line and some dizzy, uplifting vocal cuts and FX. The track for me however is "Willy Wonka" with bundles of energy and more use of intoxicating vocals and FX. Halfway through its breaks into just the kick, and a sick reversed bass line which is going to shake people's drinks off the table when played out on a system. 4/5 Rob-in – Hysteria EP Artist: Rob-in Title: Hysteria EP Label: Brique Rouge Traxx Cat no: BRT017 12" House Rob-in, usually associated with musically composed jazzy house presents a huge, big room, tribal monster in "Hysteria". Loud FX and solid, rolling beats are pretty much all to be found here, but if this was designed just to rip up dance floors then this will effortlessly succeed. "Spirit" is jacking, electronic and emotive, with multi-layered 80's synths and soft, spoken word. "Peace" lies in Rob-in's more usual territory of jazz tinged, deep house. All 3 tracks are excellently produced. 4/5 Flash Atkins vs. Monsieur Manton - Photoshoot Artist: Flash Atkins vs. Monsieur Manton Title: Photoshoot Label: 3am Cat no: 12" House Flash Atkins aka Ben Davis lends a techy big room flavour to 3am's house label in "Photoshoot". Pitched down vocals hover over a bright acid line and bursting bass line. "Wishpole" fits with 3am's traditional, ligher sound, where jazz licks and double bass stabs sit amongst a laid back, shuffling drum pattern and light vocals give a summery feel. 4/5 Trevor Rockcliffe Ft Blake Baxter – Relax EP Artist: Trevor Rockcliffe Ft Blake Baxter Title: Relax EP Label: Mentor Cat no: Mentor010 12" Techno Trevor Rockliffe and Blake Baxter re-kindle their relationship after a long hiatus. And as you'd expect from two techno heavyweights as this is a solid release of soul lifting techno. The main mix focuses on a clean, punchy, drum arrangement, with Baxter's distinguished vocals soothing your ears. The acapella unfortunately keeps the synth line, which makes it almost unusable for any production heads wishing to dabble with the vocals. The "Layback" mix is slightly deeper and housier, the "Kickback" mix takes things firmly into techno territory, with a marching drum arrangement. 4/5 Mastic Soul and Tony Thomas – Moxi 002 Mastic Soul and Tony Thomas Title: Moxi 002 Label: Moxi Cat no: Moxi 002 12" House Second in the series from the tribal head honchos, this two tracker sees one track from each producer. Mastik does the business with "Zencisk", a simple, yet extremely effective percussive work out that is aimed squarely at the dance floor. It consists of little more than then the drums, bass and a scattering of effects, but when the rhythms as good as this you don't need much else. Tony Thomas' aptly titled "Bend your senses" is a deeper, drugier affair, built of the usual tribal rhythms and a mirage of intoxicating samples, stabs and FX. 4/5 Download a twisted underground house mix - tracklisting upon req! http://www.kickinside.com/mixes/techhouse/mp3/djtombaker_offthepeg.mp3 -- Tom Baker http://www.djtombaker.com c/o BM 9009 27 Old Gloucester St London WC1N 3XX Tel: + 44 (0) 7970 719444
  6. Just a small note to let you know about today's Open House webcast. Joining us is none other than HAROLD HEATH (Urban/Torque/Sensei/Household/etc....). There'll be a live interview at the end of the show so e-mail back with Any questions. http://www.pulseradio.net Global times: 21:00-23:00 (gmt) UK 16:00-18:00 (est) US 07:00-09:00 (aest) Austr HAROLD HEATH - producer, remixer, DJ, recording artist With this current release on Boxa getting a "Tune of the Month" award in iDJ magazine and his recent tune "Long Relationships" receiving fantastic reviews ("Recommended House Tune" 4/5, IDJ Magazine Feb 2004, "Tech house Sureplayer" 5/5, DJ Magazine April 2004, National Radio support from Pete Tong, DJ Support from the likes of Layo & Bushwacka, X-Press 2 etc.), Harold Heath is proving to be a Producer and DJ to keep your eyes and ears on. The list of labels who've released Harold Heaths distinctive brand of Driving tech-house reads like a who's-who of the underground house world – he's had two massive releases on Bushawacka!'s Oblong, tracks on Sensei and Freaked, EPs for Grant Dells Uhuru Beats, Tony Tangos Detour, Flow's Boxa as well as releases on Groove Pleasure, Terraform, Stickman etc. He's also remixed Asad Rizvi's classic "Slippery Heights" and just finished a remix for Household records too. The next step is an album and Urban Torque ("...the UK's best deep house label 2003" iDJ) will be capitalizing on the success of "Long Relationships" by releasing Harold's first album in spring 2005. With various DJing dates lined up to promote the album including dates at the Miami Winter Music Conference, more EPs lined up for Jan / Feb 2005 on Sensei, Boxa, KGB, Urban Torque And Colin Dales Abstrakt Dance, remixes for Urban Torque, Soco Audio Household etc. Harold is going to be having a busy start to 2005... Coming from the classic electro / hip hop / funk / rare groove / acid House background, Harold began DJing at local underground house parties in London, playing the deeper and funkier cuts from the US blended with the new tech house sound emanating from South East London. THEN on the 23rd March we have a techno special with BILLY NASTY (OTT/Theramin) for more info on guests go to http://www.pulseradio.net -- Open House Radio Show http://www.pulseradio.net 9-11pm UK gmt Hosted by Natalie C and Tom Baker http://www.nataliec.co.uk/ http://www.djtombaker.com/
  7. Just a small note to let you know about today's Open House webcast. Joining us is none other than HAROLD HEATH (Urban/Torque/Sensei/Household/etc....). There'll be a live interview at the end of the show so e-mail back with Any questions. http://www.pulseradio.net Global times: 21:00-23:00 (gmt) UK 16:00-18:00 (est) US 07:00-09:00 (aest) Austr HAROLD HEATH - producer, remixer, DJ, recording artist With this current release on Boxa getting a "Tune of the Month" award in iDJ magazine and his recent tune "Long Relationships" receiving fantastic reviews ("Recommended House Tune" 4/5, IDJ Magazine Feb 2004, "Tech house Sureplayer" 5/5, DJ Magazine April 2004, National Radio support from Pete Tong, DJ Support from the likes of Layo & Bushwacka, X-Press 2 etc.), Harold Heath is proving to be a Producer and DJ to keep your eyes and ears on. The list of labels who've released Harold Heaths distinctive brand of Driving tech-house reads like a who's-who of the underground house world – he's had two massive releases on Bushawacka!'s Oblong, tracks on Sensei and Freaked, EPs for Grant Dells Uhuru Beats, Tony Tangos Detour, Flow's Boxa as well as releases on Groove Pleasure, Terraform, Stickman etc. He's also remixed Asad Rizvi's classic "Slippery Heights" and just finished a remix for Household records too. The next step is an album and Urban Torque ("...the UK's best deep house label 2003" iDJ) will be capitalizing on the success of "Long Relationships" by releasing Harold's first album in spring 2005. With various DJing dates lined up to promote the album including dates at the Miami Winter Music Conference, more EPs lined up for Jan / Feb 2005 on Sensei, Boxa, KGB, Urban Torque And Colin Dales Abstrakt Dance, remixes for Urban Torque, Soco Audio Household etc. Harold is going to be having a busy start to 2005... Coming from the classic electro / hip hop / funk / rare groove / acid House background, Harold began DJing at local underground house parties in London, playing the deeper and funkier cuts from the US blended with the new tech house sound emanating from South East London. THEN on the 23rd March we have a techno special with BILLY NASTY (OTT/Theramin) for more info on guests go to http://www.pulseradio.net -- Open House Radio Show http://www.pulseradio.net 9-11pm UK gmt Hosted by Natalie C and Tom Baker http://www.nataliec.co.uk/ http://www.djtombaker.com/
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