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Be sure to tune in to the latest Nutscast Sessions for a full preview of Euro YeYe and the Brighton August Bank Holiday events as we say a fond farewell to the Baron, Graham Lentz as he hosts his last show; with tracks by Gemma & The Travellers, Stone Foundation, Men Of North Country and DJ selections from our guests at Brighton.

 


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Graham Lentz

AKA ‘The Baron’ - Like many of his generation, The Jam started Graham's love affair with all things mod back in 1977. He is the author of 'The Influential Factor - A History Of Mod' which was originally published in 2002. An extract from the book was re-printed in Paolo Hewitt's 'The Sharper Word - revised edition' in 2011. Being a self-confessed 'broad-church' mod, Graham's interests range from Modern Jazz to today's up-coming new bands and everything in between. Although he has a passion for mod history, he also has a passion for the new. Whether it's music, clubs, media of every kind, clothing, scooters or art and photography, Graham supports, promotes and encourages as much as he can, because that's how we keep going. 'Give it a chance' is his motto. If it's not for you, that's cool, at least you tried it.

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July 3, 2017 By : Category : Bands Front Page Music Picks Reviews Tags:, , , , , ,
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Hey! Mr DJ – Felix

This entry is part 3 of 7 in the series Hey! Mr DJ 6

NUTSMAG recently caught up with DJ Felix in for a nice chat about music.

1. How and when did you get into music and what were you listening to then?

I got into 70’s and 80’s soul, funk & jazz in the early to mid-eighties when I was a teenager (I also listened to the old school hip hop and punk), the popularity of house music made me rush back and look for 60’s Soul. The football terrace and my 60’s punk band got me into the Mod scene. From then I have stuck with it, I don’t know why… (30 years now?) well, I have to say I enjoy life and not only mod things…

2. Where was your first DJ slot?

I had a radio show in the mid to late 80’s with soul, funk and jazz music. First soul nights were in a drug-dealer club every Tuesday night in early 90’s. Life taught me hard… and cheap hahaha!

3. What was your most memorable DJ spot?

I can’t remember.

4. What so far, has been your worst DJ experience?

I can’t remember a “worst” but I’ve had a few, usually related to technical stuff. Last week I was djing at the Euro Lambretta Rally in Italy and one of the decks stopped to function. No start, no stop. The owner of the equipment who had skipped the step of plugging and connecting both records players and balancing both arms (cartridge and stuff aside) when I was about to begin blamed me for that so I laughed a lot cos I thought he was joking. But no, then my mood changed.

5. Your favorite scene DJ’s and why?

More than DJs, I love sets, right songs in the right moment and this doesn’t depend only on the records, if you know what I mean. I admire many DJs for their taste in music and their know how, technically and dancefloor-wise.

6. What has shaped your DJ sound and why?

It comes from inside me, I play the music I like, even if the disc is a $5 buck vg+ original. Mod means individuality and I don’t really like DJs that play the already well known in demand records, cos this only shows they have money (something that I don’t usually have). I prefer DJs who take the risks and don’t mind throwing in a few lesser known classics together with “newies” and always following their own style.

7. What was your best ever find/discovery?

My penis, not long ago. A Jet 200 in a barn in 1998 that was sold to me for 90eur. Mod Jazz music, my fave music. The “Churn the Butter” song I still can’t stop dancing after all these years and soooo many others… “Tell the world we’re not in” by the Peddlers” is a cheapie that nobody played at the time. I also discovered in New Zealand Chase “Get it On” and in Verona the Remo Four, uff I spend my life trying to discover new sensation and the day I give up, I’ll be dead.

8. Who was your biggest influence musically and your favorite artist(s)?

When you own 1000’s of records you simply cannot choose one and now I’m not tempted to throw the rarest artist name in to be given a badge. I LOVE modjazz, souljazz, Motown, vintage funk, underground disco sometimes when I’m high and in the right weekender… and dig garage, punk, and r&b in the same circumstances…

9. Do you collect specific labels/artists/genres?

I collect Playboy magazines from 1965 to 1970 (I only miss 5 numbers now) I collect Spanish Tamla Motown from 1966 to 1973 (our first series) I only miss two 45’s. And I try to collect Lambrettas but my vivid zest for life and the pursuit of happiness sometimes makes me sell them instead of buying them… currently I think I have 12. And BASICALLY I love music, regardless the label, artist or genres, so I buy what I can afford (and a bit more than that). Obviously, there are a few labels that make me stop instantly while whizzing through record boxes in fairs.

10. Where can folks currently catch your DJ set?

At Barbaro Chico Club in Gijón and Euroyeye, Check my facebook

11. What is the record you would most like to own?

After all these years, I’ve learned that no record is worth the distress. Recently, I’ve had to sell a few expensive records from my Collection, cos I needed money to travel (to the USA and the Balkans on my Lambretta) and no pain at all, in the end it’s just music. One friend told me last year “our collections can be our pensions when we are older”, and he might be right. Anyway, I must admit once I get hung up with a tune I first try to buy the original but if it’s way toooooo expensive I assume I am poor and listen to it in youtube.

12. Please give us a top 10 all time favorites and a current top 5 spins?

Top 10 Tracks of All Time:
1. Duffin’ Around – Brother Jack Mc Duff & David Newman
2. It Was A Very Good year – Della Reese
3. It’s My Thang – Marva Whitney & the JB’s (live)
4. The Cat – Organ Summit with Paul Shaffer, Joey DeFrancesco, Doug Riley and Dr. Lonnie Smith (live)
5. What’s Going On – Marvin Gaye
6. I Want A Love I Can See – the Temptations
7. What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted – Jimmy Ruffin
8. Pow Wow – Many Corchado… (simply second to none)
9. Own Up Time – Small Faces
10. Harmonica – Graham Bond Org.
11. She Needs Company – Manfred Mann
12. Maybe Tomorrow – The Chords
13. Walls Come Tumblin’ Down – The Style Council
14. From Now On – Magnus Carlson & The Moon Ray Quintet

Current Top 5 Tracks:
1. Roy Thompson Band – I Don’t Need You Anymore
2. Eddie Buster & Jr Robinson – Churn the Butter
3. Machito – Green Onions
4. Otis Leavhill – Boomerang
5. Ray Pettis – Don’t Use Me

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I run The New Untouchables organization and events like the Brighton Mod Weekender, Le Beat Bespoké Festival (and compilation series of the same name) and I co-organize Euro Ye Ye with the Trouble & Tea crew. I have run many clubs over the last 20 years in London, where I live and current nights include Timebox, Zoo Zoo, Crossfire, 100 Club and Mousetrap allnighter which has just celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2011. I have been lucky to DJ all over the globe including Japan, Canada, USA and Europe and met some great people on my journey. I run RnB Records to offset my vinyl addiction: newuntouchables.com/rnbrecords for rare vintage vinyl.

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July 3, 2017 By : Category : Beat Club Soul DJs Europe Front Page ModJazz Music News RnB Tags:, , ,
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Hey! Mr DJ – Lluís Cardenal

This entry is part 2 of 7 in the series Hey! Mr DJ 6

NUTSMAG recently caught up with DJ Lluís Cardenal in for a nice chat about music.

1. How and when did you get into music and what were you listening to then?

I got into music by the mod scene from Barcelona and Girona at the early age of 14. I met a mod one summertime in the early nineties. He gave me some tapes and after that, my interest in music grew until today. At that time, with no internet, it was difficult to be able to listen to some stuff and at the same time, I was too young to travel to Barcelona for parties and gigs. There was a small scene in Girona with only one band and without much club action. I remember going to local jazz gigs in Banyoles with my sister.

2. Where was your first DJ slot?

My first DJ slot was in Barcelona in a small bar called Barbara Ann, sharing decks with my best mate Alberto Valle.

3. What was your most memorable DJ spot?

Well, I‘ve enjoyed very much playing records everywhere that I’ve been invited. The Boiler has always been a special place for djing. I remember playing the first anniversary, it was magic, all the times I played there has been a proper experience as everybody goes crazy for dance and party.

4. What so far, has been your worst DJ experience?

Well, I’ve been quite lucky playing records on the scene and I never had any problem at all. One time in the north of England a guest DJ of the party I was invited to play, asked me If I was going to DJ flamenco?… The worst experiences have been outside the scene where it is more difficult to play some stuff. I have had too many to relate, especially at an outdoor Jazz bar where I’ve DJayed for about 8 years…

5. Your favourite scene DJ’s and why?

There is so many good DJs around. To name some, Jean-Marc Vos, Paul Newman, Bill Kealy, Andy Powell, Mace, Mik & Gav, Eduardo Domingo, Dani Herranz, Àlvaro and Mocky Dimples and the guys from Teramo (Andrea, Ceritano, Mattia, Dani and Roberta). They have always impressed by having the dancefloor in pure action.

6. What has shaped your DJ sound and why?

Well, the parties in Barcelona and Madrid really inspired me. Playing in a Jazz club outside from the scene was a good way to learn how people react to some tunes and beats.

7. What was your best ever find/discovery?

One of my best finds was getting the Joe Thomas And Bill Elliott – “Speak Your Piece” on Symbol for 4 dollars moons ago on ebay.

A good discovery was getting a cheap R&B dancer of the version from Eddie Cleanhead Vinson called “Kidney Stew” signed by Claude Maxwell on a tiny label called Sydney. A more recent discovery is west coast R&B beauty from Guitar Shorty, “Love Loves” on the local label Pull from Los Angeles.

8. Who was your biggest influence musically and your favorite artist(s)?

Mostly all the jazz musicians of the bebop era, the same thing with the R&b made in Chicago and California.

9. Do you collect specific labels/artists/genres?

Mainly I collect R&b and jazz. I am focused on searching for rhythm and blues that was issued during the late fifties till the mid-sixties in my favorite state at the moment, California.

10. Where can folks currently catch your DJ set?

I run a club with my two mates, Alberto Valle and Dani Urbano, in Barcelona called Take Ivy. We do parties once every two months. This summer I am playing at the Euro-Yeye in Gijón and in Paris at the beginning of October.

11. What is the record you would most like to own?

One that goes on the “I would never own” list, is the one only copy of the acetate by Brian Auger doing an outstanding version of the Sidewinder on Decca. The coolest version I’ve ever heard and luckily enough I had the opportunity to dance to it twice in a club.

12. Please give us a top 10 all time favorites and a current top 5 spins?

Top 10 Tracks of All Time:

1. Sonny Knight Quartet – The Groove Is On (Celebrity)
2. Freddie Hubbard – The return of the Prodigal Son (Atlantic)
3. Billy Hawks – O’ Baby (Stateside)
4. The Artwoods – I’m looking for a saxophonist… (Decca)
5. Champion Jack Dupree – Barrelhouse woman (Decca)
6. Johnny Guitar Watson – Wait a minute Baby (Highland)
7. Big Jack Reynolds – I had a little dog (Hi-Q)
8. Gloria Irving – I need a man (Cobra)
9. Graham Bond Organization – Harmonica
10. Buddy Rogers – Waiting for the sun to go down (Lowery)

Current Top 5 Tracks:

1. George Bean – Er-Um-Er (London)
2. Ivans Meads – Bottle (Parlophone)
3. Guitar Shorty – Love, Loves (Pull)
4. Johnny Guitar Watson – She moves me (RPM)
5. Sonny Forrest – Mama keep my wife at home (Red Top)

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I run The New Untouchables organization and events like the Brighton Mod Weekender, Le Beat Bespoké Festival (and compilation series of the same name) and I co-organize Euro Ye Ye with the Trouble & Tea crew. I have run many clubs over the last 20 years in London, where I live and current nights include Timebox, Zoo Zoo, Crossfire, 100 Club and Mousetrap allnighter which has just celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2011. I have been lucky to DJ all over the globe including Japan, Canada, USA and Europe and met some great people on my journey. I run RnB Records to offset my vinyl addiction: newuntouchables.com/rnbrecords for rare vintage vinyl.

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July 3, 2017 By : Category : Beat Club Soul DJs Europe Front Page ModJazz Music RnB Tags:, ,
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Rob’s Round-Up 4

This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series Rob’s Roundup

1. Tell us how the Annual Brighton Weekender is shaping up, its getting bigger every year how does that equate?

It’s looking good, I’m very excited about Marta Ren first UK show, the album is brilliant and I have heard the live shows are very exciting. The event continues to grow, we started in 2004 with 250 people and now have three venues in close proximity. Our main venue the Komedia and venue 2 have an authentic Modernist playlist and atmosphere. The recently added third venue is a cool cellar bar club just off the seafront and caters for those of the paisley persuasion. Freakbeat, Garage & Psych are on the menu and features Graham Day & Forefathers and Wolf People live this year. Our daytime events at the Volks are an incredible spectacle with scooters lined-up both sides of Maderia drive, we have a sun terrace, two bars and food served all day. The daytime activities include a market, live bands, DJ’s and a Scooter run and competition on the Sunday. Tickets sell fast and are always on sale to members of our own network first you can join up here for FREE

2. The Euro Ye Ye is looking fresh with all sorts of new features, can you run us through one fo the best Events in the Calendar?

We lost our home The Oasis in 2014 to McDonalds. Our new home the Casino is a fantastic venue right in the centre of town with a great live music and DJ set up together with air con and big dance floor. The weekend starts Thursday night at 10pm with a free live show from Marta Ren in the main square of the City to between 3-4K people, followed by our first allnighter in the Casino. The event attracts visitors from all over the world and has busy program including exhibitions, film festival, live bands and dj’s. There are also scooter runs organized each day to different locations either in the mountains or coastal villages close to Gijon with a restaurant booked for lunch.

3. How was Margate and what can we expect in the future with that event?

We made a good start in 2015 and this year was a significant improvement again with numbers up and a great atmosphere. The town is rapidly improving especially the old town where our events are. Old town has a Brighton/European feel about it with vintage and retro clothes shops, boutique restaurants, coffee shops and tea rooms. The venue is perfect for a Mod/60’s event with two rooms, low ceiling, good sound system and live music set up. Our outside space during the day has a more festival feel about it with a stage on the seafront, scooters all around the piazza and this year we were blessed with beautiful sunshine which transformed the event. 2017 we aim to deliver another strong program including an exhibition in the TURNER this year and hope for more beautiful weather.

4. What else is coming up in NUTsWorld? Anything you wish to say to Bands, DJs, People of the Scene and beyond?

Plenty of great live shows at the Blues Kitchen venues over the summer months with Marta Ren and Stone Foundation two of the highlights. Mousetrap takes a summer break and returns in September and before you know it Crossfire returns on 22 October.

The new NUTSCAST will be online around 20 July and will give you an idea of what to expect at Brighton this year with tracks from the artists and DJ performing.

A limited edition Brighton T-shirt will be available at the Volks Saturday and Sunday lunchtime this year.

Over the last twenty years we have championed many new bands and DJ’s that have gone on to have successful careers. If you think you would fit in well at our events by all means send us a demo or playlist or copy of your record to review/play in our radio show. If it works for us too we will be in touch, you can use the contact button on our website at newuntouchables.com.


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July 9, 2016 By : Category : Bands DJs Front Page Interviews Music Reviews Tags:, , , ,
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Marta Ren (Newbreed)

Marta Ren & The Groovelvets are based in Porto, Portugal with current band members: Marta Ren (vox), Hugo Danin (drums), Bruno Macedo (guitar), Sérgio Marques (bass), Sérgio Alves (keyboards), Manu Idhra (percussion), Fábio Almeida ( tenor sax), Nelson Ferreira (trumpet) and Hugo Marinheiro (baritone sax)

01. How long have you been active for and how did you get together?

I started to sing professionally at 16 years of age, my first band “Sloppy Joe” were together, playing for 10 years, then came “The Bombazines”, I was already thinking of doing a solo album before the band finally ended. Three years ago, I started finding and talking to the musicians that I needed to make the album that I wanted to and I named them “The Groovelvets”, and then the adventure started!

02. What influences do the band members have in common?

Classic soul and funk, that’s what unites us. We also like other genres but what we really have in common is the love for that core music.

 03. Are there any other bands you’d recommend from your area? Why?

Almost every band coming from Daptone Records, Record Kicks or Timmion Records, I think the reason it’s obvious, they are releasing great classic soul and funk often with a modern twist.

04. What’s the 60’s/underground scene like where you’re from?

In the 60’s in Portugal, most of the bands played a lot of covers with adapted lyrics in Portuguese. We also have our famous ‘Fado’ singers and our traditional Portuguese songwriters.

05. How would you describe the style you play?

Classic soul and Funk.

06. What are your live shows like?

Normally we have nine musicians on stage, giving it all they’ve got. They’re energetic shows, you have little spaces to breathe, but we came to get you right after you catch your breath.

07. What are your main influences in music? Who do/would you play covers by? And who do you despise?

I love music in general , if I like a song it doesn’t matter what genre, but my main influences are soul and funk singers or bands. We play a cover from The Doors and another by Lucille Mathis. I despise everything that’s not done with truth and soul.

08. What are your main influences outside of music?

I like arts in general , I studied graphic arts from my 10º to 12º grade, but I think what influences me more are the movies.

09. Who writes your songs and what subjects do you deal with?

I always wrote my own lyrics and melodies, I think it’s important to really feel what you’re singing, the compositions came from different composers, some from the producer “New Max”, others from the bass player “Sérgio Marques” others from the guitar player “Bruno Macedo”, one from “Lino Matos” and other from “Eurico Amorim” former Bombazines. I mainly deal with life, with love relationships, frustration, unconformity, sometimes I write about friends stories or stories from movies that I relate to.

10. What’s your favourite song in your repertoire currently? What’s your favourite song by another artist?

That’s a tough one… it depends, on Monday my favorite is “So Long” and “I wanna go back”, Tuesday “Let’s talk about the kids” and “2 kinds of men”, Wednesday “Release Me” and “It’s today”, Thursday “I’m coming home” and “Smiling Faces” and Friday “Be ma Fela” and “Don’t Look”. It’s so hard to say one, I have many, the first it came to my mind was “Try a little Tenderness” from Otis Redding.

11. How would you describe the current underground scene? Do you participate?

If you asked me that 10 years ago, I could answer, now I don’t really know. I’m very focused on my family my dogs, my rehearsals with the band, I always try to suggest new arrangements for the songs or live show.

12. What has been the biggest challenge to date?

Every record or show are big challenges, but I think the biggest is yet to come.

 13. How often do you Rehearse? Play Live? Record? Anything interesting coming up?

We try to rehearse every week, with or without shows. Playing live, it really depends on various things, but normally we have three/four shows per month, it depends on the season. We have a lot of interesting shows coming up in Spain, France and England and at this moment we have a new video for “Release Me”.

14. What do you think of the music coverage in the media?

It’s the same I think in other similar subjects or arts, normally they cover with high-attention what they are told to do or paid to do, not what has real quality and new potential interest. It’s supposedly dangerous to cover interesting things, people could get clever with that and have their own new ideas!

15. Do you rate any current mainstream or underground bands?

The past days I spend listening to the new Red Hot Chilli Peppers album ‘The Getaway’.

16. Who/Where would you most like to record with and why?

Every record or producer has their own charm, I don’t really have a favourite. When I start recording I always feel like it’s going to be the first and last thing that I’m going to do in my entire life.

17. What should we expect from you in the future? What are your plans and ambitions? What interesting gig dates have you got coming up?

I expect to play this album as much as I can live, everywhere, all over the world, and make enough money to pay my bills and make the next record. Fortunately I have more than I expected , in Portugal a few new Festivals (not despising the other gigs, every gig is important and interesting to me) and I’m excited to go to Euro Yé Yé and Blues Kitchen and Brighton Weekender.

Discography:
2002 – SINGLE ‘An Easy Night’s Day’,
2003 – EP ‘A Watchjob Apple’,
2004 – LP ‘The Profile Fillers Sing Your Destruction’, 2007 LP ‘Jimmy’

Web Links:
profilefillers.com
facebook.com/marta.ren
instagram.com/martaren_groovelvets
facebook.com/MartaRenTheGroovelvets
myspace.com/profilefillers
twitter.com/martagrooveren
soundcloud.com/profilefillers

 


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I run The New Untouchables organization and events like the Brighton Mod Weekender, Le Beat Bespoké Festival (and compilation series of the same name) and I co-organize Euro Ye Ye with the Trouble & Tea crew. I have run many clubs over the last 20 years in London, where I live and current nights include Timebox, Zoo Zoo, Crossfire, 100 Club and Mousetrap allnighter which has just celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2011. I have been lucky to DJ all over the globe including Japan, Canada, USA and Europe and met some great people on my journey. I run RnB Records to offset my vinyl addiction: newuntouchables.com/rnbrecords for rare vintage vinyl.

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July 13, 2016 By : Category : Bands Club Soul Europe Front Page Interviews Modern RnB Scene Tags:, , , , , , ,
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Lie Detectors (Newbreed)

The Lie Detectors are based in Donostia/San Sebastian, Basque Country (Spain) with band members being: Eneko Etxeandia: guitar & backing vocals. I also work as a graphic designer, Aitor Txiki: bass guitar & backing vocals: Also works in a factory, Txema Babon: Vocal & maracas. Works in a warehouse – Urko Ros: Drums. Also works in a warehouse. We caught up with them recently.

1. How long have you been active for and how did you get together?

It’s now two years that we are together. One year and a half since we played our first show. I had been away several years (Berlin and Barcelona) and when I came back to Donostia/San Sebastian, I was looking for a band in which I could play guitar or bass again (I had been singing lately) and we met in the process.

2. What influences do the band members have in common?

Pub rock would be a meeting point, early punk-rock too. But influences go from early rock & roll, sixties, garage, a little of psychedelia, glam rock, pub rock, early punk. Our singer is a man in love with the 60’s, Spanish Euroyeyé, so I guess that is what gives us that 60’s touch.

3. Are there any other bands you’d recommend from your area? Why?

We like the Lookers a lot. They have great songs, their live shows are great. Plus, they are an amazing young trio.

4. What’s the 60’s/underground scene like where you’re from?

I don’t see a clear 60’s scene around here, to be honest. The underground scene, I see everything a bit lame lately. There are bands for sure, and venues to play, but not too many interesting bands in my opinion. I like the Pow Pow Pows from Pamplona and the Dealers from Vitoria too.

5. How would you describe the style you play?

It is a mixture of pub rock – garage and punk-rock&roll with a Spanish sixties moustache nutcase fronting.

6. What are your live shows like?

That’s difficult for me to answer… For what people says, they are fun, energetic and crazy. I think we are different.

7. What are your main influences in music? Who do/would you play covers by? And who do you despise?

Me, I would say early punk-rock, proto-punk, 50’s-60’s-70’s rock & roll, garage, glam-rock. We play covers by Moris, GG Allin and the Jabbers, the Rolling Stones, Jesse Hector… we then try to adapt them to Spanish. Despise? Too many to mention.

8. What are your main influences outside of music?

Travelling, family, clothing, cooking, eating, drinking, the street, laughing, drinking beer with friends, the hash of “the barbarian”.

9. Who writes your songs and what subjects do you deal with?

Before we started playing live we used to work the songs together. Someone would get an idea to the practice room and we’d develop there. When we started playing shows, we didn’t rehearse as much and that stopped being a method for getting songs together. Lately, I’ve been writing most of the songs and I try to bring them quite well-shaped, as we don’t see much of one another too so there’s no time to build them. We don’t spend too much time rehearsing, so if we want to keep bringing new songs into the setlist and being able to record, it’s the only way of doing it… Lyrics normally is Txema who writes them, sometimes with help from the others. Subjects would be: Txema’s beloved Chelsea Boots, the ancient joy of finding good cheap vinyl 7 inches in a shop, the pursuit of happiness, getting out of depression, partying, travelling.

10. What’s your favorite song in your repertoire currently? What’s your favourite song by another artist?

The most enjoyable one for me to play is “Felicidad” (Happines). Favourite song by another artist: Today I have to say Alex Chilton’s cover of “The singer not the song” by the Rolling Stones. Tomorrow will be another one.

11. How would you describe the current underground scene? Do you participate?

I don’t really know what to answer. There’s always great bands recording, touring. I like les Grys Grys in concert, who like the Lookers, are young, good-looking and a great band. I saw Kelley Stoltz last year and he was great.

12. What has been the biggest challenge to date?

Having been able to play shows, releasing two singles last year, planning to release two more this year. We are a lazy bunch, and havin’ done all this would have looked like a joke two years ago.

13. How often do you Rehearse? Play Live? Record? Anything interesting coming up?

The most we rehearse is once a week. Always on Friday night which is not always fruitful but it sure is fun. I would like to rehearse more often but our working schedules are complicated. We play more or less 2 shows per month. Last year we played 22 shows, in Spain and France.

14. What do you think of the music coverage in the media?

Is there such thing as music coverage in the media? I don’t have a TV Set, don’t read newspapers and rarely listen to the radio except for El Sotano in Radio 3. I’m not the one to answer.

15. Do you rate any current mainstream or underground bands?

I like Giuda, Les Grys Grys, Kelley Stoltz and still like The Damned!

16. Who/Where would you most like to record with and why?

I would love to be able to record and produce records myself, maybe in a nice farm not far away from home.

17. What should we expect from you in the future? What are your plans and ambitions? What interesting gig dates have you got coming up?

We are releasing a new single (believe it or not, the third one) in September/October, and we hope to release another one in Christmas. We would like to record a video clip for “Me gusta la calle (Hey! Hey! Hey!)” which is going to be the A-side for our next single, we are playing in the beautiful Costa Brava the 23rd of July, Euroyeyé in Gijón the 6th of August and we’ll probably open for Giuda in September. Berlin in October is very likely to happen too!

Discography:
2015 – SINGLE: ‘Chelsea Boots,
2015 – SINGLE: ‘Pínchalo’

Web Links:
www.profilefillers.com
facebook.com/liedetectorstute
liedetectors.bandcamp.com

 


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I run The New Untouchables organization and events like the Brighton Mod Weekender, Le Beat Bespoké Festival (and compilation series of the same name) and I co-organize Euro Ye Ye with the Trouble & Tea crew. I have run many clubs over the last 20 years in London, where I live and current nights include Timebox, Zoo Zoo, Crossfire, 100 Club and Mousetrap allnighter which has just celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2011. I have been lucky to DJ all over the globe including Japan, Canada, USA and Europe and met some great people on my journey. I run RnB Records to offset my vinyl addiction: newuntouchables.com/rnbrecords for rare vintage vinyl.

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July 13, 2016 By : Category : Bands Front Page Fuzz Garage Interviews Music Tags:, , , ,
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The Limboos (Newbreed)

The Limboos are based in Madrid/Galicia (Spain) with band members being: Daniela Kennedy (drums), Roi Fontoira (vocals, guitar), Sergio Alarcón (organ, guitar, percussion), Dani Niño (baritone sax) and Santiago Sacristán (double bass). We recently caught up with them to chat about their music.

1. How long have you been active for and how did you get together?

Daniela and I (Roi) started the band in Galicia while I was working on a newspaper. It was summer 2012, that fall we moved to Madrid and start rehearsing with the original line up. Marky came from The Phantom Keys (this time, with bass) and Sergio is my cousin, so it’s kind of family band. Later on, we added a baritone sax and now we have Santi with his double bass.

2. What influences do the band members have in common?

Well, we wanted to play R&B as that’s our main thing, but we share a variety of musical tastes, from bossa nova, mambo and latin American roots to early jazz, blues, soul, etc.

3. Are there any other bands you’d recommend from your area? Why?

There’s a lot of interesting bands in our area right now. To start with, our neighbours from Porto, TT Syndicate, killer R&B soul… To name a few that you might not know… Los Chavales from Galicia, finest Spanish YeYe Bravos alike, or Valencia The Vertigos with his garage-psych texas style.

4. What’s the 60’s/underground scene like where you’re from?

As your readers must know, in Spain there are plenty of weekenders and parties, and ¡good news!, it seems that 50’s and 60’s scenes are closer to each other than ever, maybe because of the R&B fever in both sides… You can hear John Lee Hooker or JB Lenoir no matter where, and that’s cool… Having said that, we don’t feel part of any particular scene, we try to play our music for the wider audience possible.

5. How would you describe the style you play?

We call ourselves an ‘Exotic R&B band’, so something like that will work. Latin stuff mixed with rock and roll, jazz and R&B.

6. What are your live shows like?

Our audience should answer this question, but I think both public and band have a good time and if it ends with a conga I think that’s quite a party.

7. What are your main influences in music? Who do/would you play covers by? And who do you despise?

We started the band with some Ike Turners’ instros on Flair, Cubano Jump and all that. New Orleans and all the R&B is our main thing. We play mostly our own stuff, but we cover songs from Little Walter to Antonio Machin, that wide range.

8. What are your main influences outside of music?

Well, everybody has their own thing, but Daniela and I live in the countryside surrounded by our animals and vegetables, so mother nature I guess… I think we all like to write and read a bit too, so I think literature will work, and Sergio it’s really into cinema.

9. Who writes your songs and what subjects do you deal with?

Most of the songs are written by Daniela, Roi and Sergio. Subjects? First of all, fine music, good arrangements and a real cool groove. Then, we just fill it with some nice lyrics about not having much money, longing a girl or that kind of stuff. The basics really!

10. What’s your favourite song in your repertoire currently? What’s your favourite song by another artist?

I don’t know, we like to play always the “new ones”, so it’s changing every few months. I will name a real newie, not recorded yet, Danzón #13! Other artist fav? One answer for each day, but let’s say ‘James Hunter’ Hold On to name an artist currently playing.

11. How would you describe the current underground scene? Do you participate?

Yes, of course. There’s a lot of R&R clubs all over the country, and that helps to build a solid circuit for live bands.

12. What has been the biggest challenge to date?

As we are real working musicians and it is a big part of our lives, paying the bills is quite hard sometimes. Musically, our latest line-up change I guess and also getting ready to record our second album, which is gonna be really accurate to what we want to really sound like!

13. How often do you Rehearse? Play Live? Record? Anything interesting coming up?

We play a lot all over the year, so we don’t rehearse every week as many bands do, anyway, we should really ! Well, we are rehearsing right now arrangements for the second album sessions, that we cut always in Big Chief Studio (Madrid), recording live directly into a Studer tape machine and some other toys… We really like being in the studio!

14. What do you think of the music coverage in the media?

As a journalist, I’m pretty critical with media routines! I have never worked in a musical magazine, but I guess it works the same. Just one word of advice, get a good PR to promote your band or you won’t get much coverage!

15. Do you rate any current mainstream or underground bands?

We are all devoted James Hunter fans, and there’s plenty of cool bands around here including our Penniman Records mates The Excitements, Fogbound, Le Grand Miercoles, Pelo Mono, Los Bengala.

16. Who/Where would you most like to record with and why?

We are pretty happy working with Mike Mariconda and Big Chief Studio, but if I had to choose one, Bosco Mann and Daptone Studio is THE SOUND. We love the latest James Hunter record, it sounds incredibly good.

17. What should we expect from you in the future? What are your plans and ambitions? What interesting gig dates have you got coming up?

We will release a second album early on 2017, and we are pretty happy with the new songs. It’s coming less R&R and more exotic, jazzy and latin maybe, but I think it’s going to be a good record, we can’t wait to get into the studio! We are looking forward to play in Euro Yeye (Gijón) a lots of different festivals all around Spain, France and Germany. Hopefully we can make it to the UK with our second album, as we never played there!

Discography:
2013 – SINGLE ‘Space Mambo b/w Not a Soul Around’,
2014 – LP – “Space Mambo’, 2014 SINGLE ‘Big Chef b/w Limbootic’,
2016  SINGLE ‘I Need Your Lovin’ b/w I’m a Fool’….
2017 SECOND LP coming soon

Web Links:
thelimboos.com
facebook.com/thelimboos,
twitter.com/The_Limboos
soundcloud.com/the-limboosthe-limboos
instagram.com/thelimboos

 


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I run The New Untouchables organization and events like the Brighton Mod Weekender, Le Beat Bespoké Festival (and compilation series of the same name) and I co-organize Euro Ye Ye with the Trouble & Tea crew. I have run many clubs over the last 20 years in London, where I live and current nights include Timebox, Zoo Zoo, Crossfire, 100 Club and Mousetrap allnighter which has just celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2011. I have been lucky to DJ all over the globe including Japan, Canada, USA and Europe and met some great people on my journey. I run RnB Records to offset my vinyl addiction: newuntouchables.com/rnbrecords for rare vintage vinyl.

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July 13, 2016 By : Category : Bands Front Page General Interviews Music RnB Tags:, , , , ,
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Hey! Mr DJ – Fonsoul

This entry is part 4 of 7 in the series Hey! Mr DJ 4

NUTsMag recently caught up with Fonsoul for a quick chat about music…

1. How and when did you get into music and what were you listening to then?

I’ll always remember when my mum bought me my first two 45s for my 6th birthday. When I was 10 or 11 I started collecting LPs from my pocket-money. Mostly Beatles, Who, Kinks etc. In my teen years I was digging the odd stuff, irish folk, kraut rock etc. I spent most of the 90s playing in an indy band, by the late years of that decade I started listening to soul music, buying Kent compilations first, a few years later started with soul 45s and was slowly deeping on black american music styles from the 50s to 70s until today.

2. Where was your first DJ slot?

Don’t remember exactly but had quite a few indy/britpop dj slots back in the 90s. My first soul dj night would probably be at the Barbara Ann bar in my hometown in the early 00s.

3. What was your most memorable DJ spot?

Fortunately there have been so many, s.m.a.r.t club, Boiler and Euro Yeye were always great. This year I’d remark Cool Cat in Hamburg and Rnb123 in London. But the one it tops for me was At The Soul Inn in Berlin, sadly defunct as of now. Playing for six straight hours to an over five hundred full-time dancing crowd is something you won’t easily forget.

4. What so far, has been your worst DJ experience?

I’m always easy and try to look at the positive side of things. I take technical issues as a challenge, as part of the learning process. I remember once while playing to a big crowd one deck died. After a few seconds of panic I decided to start counting loud while I was switching 45s over the only remaining deck 1, 2, 3…after couple tunes the crowd started counting out loud as well, it was great! And the count never went past 10.

5. Your favourite scene DJ’s and why?

I have so many it would be impossible to mention, what I’ll do instead is naming djs I would love to listen and hadn’t a chance so far: Mark Garcia, Action Pat, Cristopher Stuckenbrock, Chris Redlich, Sean Courtney, Steve Hiscock, Matthew Clark, Ricky Bean, Steve Longworth, Jonny Monk, Ben Shulman, Gunnar Stachmann, Cousin Benson, Dj James to name a few.

6. What has shaped your DJ sound and why?

I’ve always looking for good tunes as a collector/listener, no matter where they came from, artists or styles. So I guess as a dj that’s what I try to do, playing good tunes mixing from different styles, mod jazz, r&b, soul, funk, latin, Jamaican, garage…always keeping in mind the context, if I’m called to a soul do I won’t only play garage, etc.

7. What was your best ever find/discovery?

I can’t claim having discovered anything, very likely somebody else may have played it before. Those claims use to be risky and most times inaccurate. Also the focus should be more on the artists/tunes more than on who played them first. In any case I’m happy to have contributed to make some tunes a little more known, mostly by uploading them to my youtube channel.

8. Who was your biggest influence musically and your favourite artist(s)?

Beatles at early stage, not other artists on particular. 60s in general. Compilations like Nuggets/Rubble/Kent/Easy Tempo and many others. Library sounds. Boogaloo. Attending at clubs. On internet years I’ve learnt many new sounds watching some youtube channels, facebook groups and mix sites like Jester Wild Show where I have the pleasure of being part of the team.

9. Do you collect specific labels/artists/genres?

Not really, well, years back tried to complete the great North West garage label Seafair-Bolo, was close but still missed a few when I gave up. I don’t collect any specific artist, just 45s I like. But recently I noticed I have like twenty Jimmy McCracklin 45s, and love them all. Maybe one day will try to seriously deep into his discography. What I do collect is as many versions of specific tunes as I can. Like “fever” “comin’ home baby” “money” “st james infirmary” “have love will travel” “tighten up” etc. but the edge is on “summertime” got nearly fifty 45s of that. Already made a 1st mix, up on mixcloud and have plans for a 2nd sometime soon. You may think it’s weird putting versions altogether, but IMO is cool, you may see the evolution of music through five decades on just one song…oh, and the monkey tunes, I dig as many as I can!

10. Where can folks currently catch your DJ set?

We used to have a monthly night on our Double Cookin’ club but we stopped a few months ago. Have plans on reactivating it after summer. I use to play approx. once every two months at our fantastic local club A Wamba Buluba.

11. What is the record you would most like to own?

Having a huge want list helps yourself not being desperate about owning any specific 45. In a lifetime is very likely you’ll have at least one chance on nearly everything. Ok, had to choose something though I probably would pick right now Wayne Champion – Don’t panic baby and Danny Owens – You’re a little too late.

12. Please give us a top 10 all time favourites and a current top 5 spins?

Top 10 most played tunes:
1. Hector Rivera – I want a chance for romance (Barry)
2. Les Formidables – Unchained my heart (American Golden Oldies BEL)
3. Three Rivers Blues Band – Ophelia (Lion)
4. Frances Faye – Comin’ home baby (Audio Fidelity)
5. La Tribu – Para que (Musimex)
6. The isonics – Sugar (Kammy)
7. Mary Ann Fisher – Put on my shoes (Fire)
8. Little Joe Hinton – Let’s start a romance (Arvee)
9. Rudy Lambert – Love (Club 7)
10. Cliff Nobles – My love is getting stronger (Atlantic)

Current Top 5 Tracks:
In no particular order
1. Al Michael & The Capers – Twist every witcha kinda way (Montel)
2. XL-5 Minus 1 – Harlem shuffle (Cove)
3. Tamata – Buddy buddy Billy Joe (Mart)
4. Rock Murphy – Git with it (Verve)
5. El Corols Band & Show – Chick, chick (Tiny)

Web Links:

Main Site: www.jesterwild.com
www.facebook.com/fonsoul
www.mixcloud.com/fonsou

Next Club Spots: 4-6 August 2016 – Euroyeye

Co-promoter/resident at Double Cookin’ in Barcelona, one of the three Jesters at the Jester Wild Show mixes series


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I run The New Untouchables organization and events like the Brighton Mod Weekender, Le Beat Bespoké Festival (and compilation series of the same name) and I co-organize Euro Ye Ye with the Trouble & Tea crew. I have run many clubs over the last 20 years in London, where I live and current nights include Timebox, Zoo Zoo, Crossfire, 100 Club and Mousetrap allnighter which has just celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2011. I have been lucky to DJ all over the globe including Japan, Canada, USA and Europe and met some great people on my journey. I run RnB Records to offset my vinyl addiction: newuntouchables.com/rnbrecords for rare vintage vinyl.

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July 9, 2016 By : Category : DJs Front Page Music Tags:, , ,
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Hey! Mr DJ – Paddy Dreadful

This entry is part 1 of 7 in the series Hey! Mr DJ 4

We recently caught up with Belfast DJ, Co-Reanimator, Dr Crippen’s Waiting Room; Chief Drummister @ Thee Penny Dreadfuls, Paddy Dreadful and quizzed him about his musical obsessions and passions.

01. How and when did you get into music and what were you listening to then?

The first music that caught my attention was my Mum n Dad’s Queen’s Greatest Hits tape in the car. I went with my pocket-money and bought A Night At The Opera, and on reflection, a 12-year-old buying a 1975 prog rock LP must’ve concerned my parents.

02. Where was your first DJ slot?

Lou’s 30th birthday party. We didn’t have any clubs that played the music we wanted to hear, so we started our own… and Cripz was born unto us!

03. What was your most memorable DJ spot?

DoubleSight Tokyo. Just the most bestest experience ever.

04. So far, what has been your worst DJ experience?

Doing the door at Cripz, where I was asexually harassed by a skinhead who looked like Nick Cotton. She was terrifying!

05. Your favourite scene DJ’s, and why?

Uncle Jack is the king of the mods, without Rob Bailey there wouldn’t be any of this; and when he turns up, Sarge is alright too I suppose.

06. What has shaped your DJ sound & why?

My frequent visits to Leeds to party with The Evil Hoodoo crew made me the man I am today. Blame them.

07. What was your best ever find/discovery?

A 6lb lump of ambergris on the beach. Result.

08. Who was your biggest influence musically and your favourite artist?

I had the honour of playing drums with Dave Lewis’ Andwellas Dream two years ago. Love & Poetry is such a good album, and playing with the band really was something special.

09. Do you collect specific labels/artists/genres?

Nope. If I like it… and I can afford it…. I buy it!

10. Where can folks currently catch your DJ set?

I’m usually in from work before 3:00, but if you could leave til’ after The Chase.

11. What is the record you would most like to own?

A Penny Dreadfuls platinum disc.

Next Club Spots: EuroYeYe, DoubleSight, Cripz

Current Top 5:
1. BZN – Just Fancy
2. Paul King – Mabrouk
3. Velvet Night – The Velvet Night
4. Equip 84 – Ladro
5. Love Society – Wanda

Alltime Top Ten :
1. Andwella – Hold On To Your Mind
2. Dick Wagner & The Frost – Sunshine
3. Sheephouse – Ladder
4. Rasputin – Sympathy For The Devil
5. Owl – Spirits
6. Rocky Cabbage – Freedom
7. La Revolution Francaise – Y Mouille A Sciaux
8. Help – Runaway
9. The Flies – Magic Train
10. Boney M – Belfast


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I run The New Untouchables organization and events like the Brighton Mod Weekender, Le Beat Bespoké Festival (and compilation series of the same name) and I co-organize Euro Ye Ye with the Trouble & Tea crew. I have run many clubs over the last 20 years in London, where I live and current nights include Timebox, Zoo Zoo, Crossfire, 100 Club and Mousetrap allnighter which has just celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2011. I have been lucky to DJ all over the globe including Japan, Canada, USA and Europe and met some great people on my journey. I run RnB Records to offset my vinyl addiction: newuntouchables.com/rnbrecords for rare vintage vinyl.

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June 15, 2016 By : Category : DJs Europe Front Page Music Tags:, , ,
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Rob’s Roundup

This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series Rob’s Roundup

Welcome to Rob’s Round-Up!

I hope you are enjoying the sunshine and welcome to my new blog where I can chat to you about what’s going on in the NUTsWORLD. Our summer events are coming thick and fast now, below I talk about some of the highlights to look out for and click on the links for the full programs.

The new issue of NUTSMAG with over a dozen great articles from our writing team includes Interviews with Betty Harris, Powder and The Excitements plus a number of scene DJ’s.

Out now for your listening pleasure is the new NUTSCAST with tracks from artists and DJ’s performing at Brighton and Euro YeYe and some of the latest record releases from current artists.

We got some great gigs and club nights coming up in the Capitol over the summer.

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Euro YeYe – 31 July – 2 August 2015

After the Oasis closed to become a McDonalds drive through (sacrilege), we have two amazing new venues in the City Centre for our favourite event of the year. If you have never been you still have a few weeks to join us for a wild weekend in Spain, you won’t regret it! For full info: Click Here! & Promo video here!

Brighton Mod Weekender – 28-30 August 2015

We have just 20 tickets left for Sunday and 50 for the Friday night at the Komedia now. Tickets for Venue 2 and 3 on Saturday night are selling fast and will get you into the Komedia allnighter after 3am. The full program including DJ’s and bands +  ticket info is here:
This video will give you a good idea of what to expect in Brighton.

Brighton ‘fuzz-for-freaks’ Weekender – 29 + 30 August 2015

After the success of last year we have planned another weekender for those of the Paisley persuasion featuring an exciting line-up of the best new up and coming live bands. On Sunday Les Grys Grys and Saturday the Magnetic Mind and The Carnations. Our disc jockeys will be playing the wildest Freakbeat, Garage and Psych 45’s in our intimate groovy cellar club just off Brighton seafront, think Mousetrap by the seaside and you got the picture. Check out our short promo video here! Program & tickets are here!

Crossfire Sat 10 October 2015

Get ready for another big night out of pure vintage underground partying. Our 1000 capacity venue in the heart of central London has three rooms of action with an all night bar. A stellar DJ line-up plus FOGBOUND, CAT BLACK and THE BEATNIKS live in the Beat Room.
Full info here!

Small Faces Convention – Sat 12 September 2015

The 19th annual Small Faces Convention takes place at 229, Central London. Small World, The Universal, The 45’s and The Electric Stars confirmed + special guests, memorabilia market and a Ronnie Lane Exhibition. Tickets are £22 from HERE! (No Booking Fee!)

New Untouchables Club & Gig Scene

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We have a lot of great gigs coming up at the Blues Kitchen, Camden in July. This Thursday NUTSMAG review continues with Cat Black, French Boutik and The Mocking Birds live for FREE. On 23 July we are delighted to announce a NUTsMAG special with the first ever performance from America’s answer to the Who, POWDER. Arrive early it’s FREE to get in and will be a busy one, you can read Graham Lentz fab interview with Richard Martin HERE. Friday 24 July is ZOO ZOO with one of my favourite bands from the early naughties the Phrogs for what will be a double-header with the evergreen Big Boss Man, arrive early folks. I’ll be spinning some discs along with a special guest until 3am.

Sat 18 July more MAXIMUM R&B this time at The Phoenix in Oxford Circus, expect Freakbeat, Pop-Art, R&B and boss Garage 45’s in our fab basement venue with a great selection of cocktails and craft beers and a huge wooden dancefloor with brilliant sound system.

August is quiet on the club front except two shows at the Blues Kitchen on the Friday 28 August. Gemma & the Travellers play Shoreditch Got Soul and Les Grys Grys play two sets at Zoo Zoo, Blues Kitchen Camden.

Mousetrap returns September with two stellar DJ line-ups. R&B allnighter returns on 12 September with guest DJ’s Cousin Benson (A Band A Parte), Jamie Parr (Teen Scene) and Lewis Mumford (Dandy Bloom) joining me and Chris Dale. The following Saturday Fabrice De Feo of UBU Popland records in Paris, Rhys Webb of Horrors fame and Carolina join me for ‘Fuzz For Freaks’ sessions.

The line-up’s for NUTsMAG, ZOO ZOO and TIMEBOX in September is yet to be confirmed.

Nutsmag

The new issue of NUTSMAG is out and includes Interviews with Betty Harris, Powder and The Excitements and DJ’s Mary Boogaloo, Gary Wall, Simon Bridger, Craig ‘Swifty’ Simpson, Paul Molloy and Scott Fraser Simpson. Other articles include part 2 James Thomas excellent new series ‘Jazz for Modernists’. James Clark collectors corner is the UK Atlantic Soul record releases. Enjoy Pete Feeley and Claire Mahoney simply brilliant articles on style and fashion and Graham Lentz reviews the latest record and books worth a punt on.

Some great reviews and airplay recently, grab a copy on vinyl or CD while stock lasts. The other new release this year was the Mousetrap 24th anniversary 45 both available in the NUTSTORE along with Mousetrap 45’s, Le Beat Bespoke and Modstock Vinyl & CDs, The Action DVD and I’m One-21st Century Mod’s Book, Pins and T-Shirts.

Nutstores

Out Now! Modstock LP and Le Beat Bepsoke 6 Vinyl & CD via the Nutstore!

RnB Records

I just added a lot of new 45’s to the website and offer 10% discount on any order over £50. Rare 45s and LPs! Clubs Sounds (RnB, Soul Jazz, Latin, Boogaloo, Blues and Funk) Freakbeat/ Garage/ Psych/ Rock/ Blue Eyed Soul, Northern Soul/ Mod Revival & Punk. Go to: RnB Records here!

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drrobert

I run The New Untouchables organization and events like the Brighton Mod Weekender, Le Beat Bespoké Festival (and compilation series of the same name) and I co-organize Euro Ye Ye with the Trouble & Tea crew. I have run many clubs over the last 20 years in London, where I live and current nights include Timebox, Zoo Zoo, Crossfire, 100 Club and Mousetrap allnighter which has just celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2011. I have been lucky to DJ all over the globe including Japan, Canada, USA and Europe and met some great people on my journey. I run RnB Records to offset my vinyl addiction: newuntouchables.com/rnbrecords for rare vintage vinyl.

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