Tuesday, 28 December 2010


Today i am listening to Bowski, it would look a whole lot better to say Bowski comes from the depths of the Bristol underground, but unfortunately he doesn’t. He’s from Romsey, a small place in the south surrounded by trees and tractors. Despite growing up in this rural market town where its inhabitants complain to the local paper about the internet and charity shops, Bowski somehow managed to find a nice slice of electronic music. You see this type of music is a rarity in Romsey. The majority of the residents prefer to sing along to the ‘Sound Of Music’ soundtrack whilst drinking bucks fizz on a tartan rug. You won’t see many people enjoying house or techno, which is probably why Bowski got the odd complaint from the neighbours when he first bought a set of decks.

After learning how to mix one song into another he ventured off to Bristol. He thought it would be easy to get a few gigs, with the city being so rich in musical culture. But it actually turned out half the population of Bristol DJ’d in some form or another, so it wasn’t as simple as making a mix full of bangers and handing it to a couple of promoters. It seemed the only way to get a decent set was by making a half decent tune that bigger DJs might want to play.

After finally deciding on his name, which came from a popular film involving a lazy man with a beard, Bowski made his first proper track. This turned out to be ‘Hooves’; a relatively simple track featuring a couple of his mates making ‘bom’ sounds. It was only meant to be a learning curve for producing, but it got picked up by Fake Blood and Boy 8 Bit, and it gave Bowski the chance to play his favourite tracks across the UK and in Ibiza, the complete polar opposite to little old Romsey.

Now that Bowski has moved along from mixing dodgy mash ups in his bedroom you’ll hear a variety of different jingles. Sometimes you’ll hear rolling basslines with toe tapping beats and other times you’ll hear stripped back bleeps alongside playful melodies. Who knows, maybe you’ll catch him playing these in the near future. You may even find yourself nodding your head to them a little bit…


Sunday, 26 December 2010

Wednesday, 22 December 2010

FUMIN - MAN DOWN... nice and christmasy... ish

The instrumental is OVERLY hard on this too,


Monday, 6 December 2010

Yoghurt Warrior 2010

Its been a cracking first year for Yoghurt Warrior, and as we approach the new year Yoghurt Warrior have put together a video and look book celebrating some of the years favorite designs and a couple new ones going on sale in time for Christmas.

Yoghurt Warrior 2010 shows us whats behind Yoghurt Warrior, Keep an eye out for the new designs 'Raggamuffin' and 'Keeping It Splendid'. Thanks for all the support and we look forward to creating yet more mayhem come 2011!

Yoghurt Warrior Video created by Alix Milan



Yoghurt Warrior Look Book 2010

Also hav a listen to the latest mixtape i did for We Are Your Friends, next one this saturday with Men In Masks, Jeuce (live), Shark Bait, Charlie Banks and Audio Sleaze! Celebrating the end of term with a bang!


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More soon to come


Thursday, 2 December 2010

New Wheat paste*

look out for it in a town near you



Wednesday, 1 December 2010


After the huge success of the first Pelski and Jackmode at Counter Culture, they're back with an even bigger lineup, headed by none other than legendary Made To Play head honcho Jesse Rose. Held in a temporary, warehouse-esque venue under London Bridge, equipped with two formidable Funktion1 soundsystems, this one’s set to go off , this may be your last chance to visit the notorious Counter Culture club before it's taken down for the New Year. And the lineup’s a showcase of some of the finest jackin’ house and tech-house artists around, hailing from the biggest labels in the game: Made To Play, Sound Pellegrino, Mad Decent, Extended Play and Get Physical.

Room 1: Jackmode

Jesse Rose (Made To Play / Front Room Recordings)

Zombie Disco Squad (Sound Pellegrino / Mad Decent)

Oliver $ (Grand Petrol / Made To Play)

Dick Von Stein (Counter Culture)

Room 2: Pelski

Jet Project (Get Physical / Extended Play)

Mr. Solid Gold & Park Ranger (Troublevision)

Pardon My French DJ’s (Club Cosmique / Kiss FM)

Charles Darkly (Pelski)

@ Counter Culture, 7-9 Crucifix Lane, London

Tube station: London Bridge

18th December 2010

10pm - 6am

Earlybird tickets can be bought in advance for only £8, once those run out, it’ll be £12:

Check the Facebook event and Resident Advisor event

Here’s the mp3s cleared for posting (direct links):

T.E.E.D. - Garden (Jesse Rose Remix Radio Edit)

Jesse Rose - You Know It (Jesse's Made To Play Edit)

Zombie Disco Squad – Hobo

Riva Starr feat Trim – Dance Me (Oliver $ Dub Mix)

Jet Project – Oya


NOWNESS: Art Basel Miami 2010 – KAWS

NOWNESS: Art Basel Miami 2010 – KAWS from Gavin McWait on Vimeo.

Ditto out*