I like mucking about with records

*** – Start with these ones.

With Paul Meme /  Grievous Angel

Paul is a much better DJ than me.

*** lyric maker – one of the most popular mixes we’ve done. Starts with JA dancehall and then moves into a great selection of classic eighties UK reggae MCs.

*** grime in the dancehall – blurring the lines between grime and dancehall. Recorded for the Blogariddims series.

*** fast chat special – more UK dancehall MC biznis, broadcast on Dave Stelfox’s Resonance FM show.

*** lovers rock – classic UK lovers vocals with brutal effects and dubbing.

lovers rock volume two – more uptempo and recent lovers cuts.

boom boom bashment – early noughties bashment and version excursions.

dancehall pressure – 80s and 90s reggae. Part of the Blogariddims series.

on the wire – kitchen sink mix for BBC Lancashire’s seminal show.

With Martin / Beyond The Implode

beyond the implode anarcho-punk – chaotic commentary, spikey records. Recorded for the Youarehear podcast.


austerity reggae mix – music for perilous times

shake the foundations volume one – UK Dub Classics.

*** shake the foundations volume two – conscious early noughties reggae. The first mix I did, still one of the best received!

*** answer riddim clash – I finally got one over on Paul when we went head to head, clash style.

agit disco – 70s/80s UK reggae mix to accompany my chapter in the Agit Disco book.

boops specialist – Version excursion on the Boops / 54-46 riddim.

bounce me back to ’98 – Top quality ragga from 1998. Mixing quality slightly variable. Part of the Blogariddims series.

chant down the national front – Reggae tunes addressing the UK fascist political party.

office party mix – unhinged and eclectic female pop. Part of the Blogariddims series.

RSI Radio

Eclectic podcasts with tunes and chat.

rsi radio vol1

rsi radio vol2

rsi radio vol3

rsi radio vol4

rsi radio vol5 – grimey reggae special.


  1. STEVE says:

    I don’t suppose you could possibly re-up the amarcho-punk mix you did with Beyond the Implode?! I would love to hear that…

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