Monday, 28 March 2011


"Up-and-coming fashion designer and professional pattern cutter Kara Messina is an artist and intellectual whose work reflects her dedication to the craft and ongoing pursuit of knowledge. With a background working for award-winning footwear designer Nicholas Kirkwood and high-end designer John Richmond, as well as pattern-cutting for designer labels Basso & Brooke and Aquascutum, Messina is launching her own menswear label, Y’oh, for spring 2011. Taking her cues from other disciplines and cultures, Messina has an open-mindedness and fascination with people from all over the globe that she incorporates into her incredible menswear designs, which aim to fill a need and “provide a service” rather than function simply on an aesthetic level." -

Real talk be there or be square


Thursday, 10 March 2011

Uno One Print

Our good friends over at Uno One Print are proud to announce the release of their first t-shirt drop in a doodled series of people that they love and that have inspired them over the years. Today on the 14th anniversary of his death Uno One bring you a tight fitting tribute to Christopher Wallace aka Biggie Smalls.
Printed by hand | White 100% preshrunk Jersey Cotton | £20 a piece.

First 10 sold get a limited edition print on 270gsm acid-free archival stock. If you'd like a t-shirt give them a shout at Also available from Donuts, Bristol as of Friday.


Tuesday, 8 March 2011

The Daily Street - Koreless

It's that time of the month again The Daily Street have sent over yet another fresh mixtape. 011 comes from Glasgow based youngster Koreless. Tipped to be one of the biggest new talents in 2011 by the likes of Gilles Peterson. Bringing a super-strong 40 minute mix of Jazz, it's not your usual mixtape, but damn it's good listening!

01. Young Jazz Rebels – Black Freedom [Stones Throw, 2010]
02. Yusef Lateef – Eboness [Atlantic, 1970]
03. Tribe – What We Need [Tribe Records, 1972]
04. Lloyd Miller – Hue Wail [Jazzman, 2009]
05. Sun Ra – We Travel The Spaceways [Saturn, 1967]
06. Doug Hammond – Wake Up Brothers [Tribe Records, 1975]
07. Doug Hammond – For Real [Tribe Records, 1975]
08. Yesterdays New Quintet – The Horse [Stones Throw, 2005]
09. Pharaoh Sanders – Thembi [Impulse!, 1971]
10. Michael White – The Blessing Song [Impulse!, 1972]
11. Cleaveland Eaton – All Your Lover, All Day, All Night [Black Jazz Records, 1975]
12. Breakestra – Dark Clouds Rain Soul [Strut, 2009]
13. Charles Bradley & Menahan Street Band- Telephone Song [Dunham, 2010]


Thursday, 3 March 2011

This Weekend 4th/5th March 2011

Quick shout to draw your attention to this weekends gigs (4th/5th March)

On Friday i will be up in Leeds playing at the Faversham for Doorly's Pigeon Hole This! Record Label Tour along side: Toddla T/ Doorly/ Rory Lyons and Neezy The Driver.

My set time is 3-4am

Check out the flyer, designed by Yoghurt Warrior!

On Saturday i will be getting on the train back down to London were I will be playing at the Get Hype Take Over! at Bar 512, Dalston w/ Tomb Crew/ Rattus Rattus/ Klose One/ Jeuce/ Stinkahbell/ Broke DJs & Pondlife.

Have a good weekend, see you there!


Gottwood Festival Updates

Yet more exciting news from our extended family Gottwood!

First of all this weeks podcast is brought to you by Max Cooper!

Check it out!

Jamie XX & The Correspondents have been added to the already superb line up!

If you havn't already, check out their website


Aswell as all of that, Yoghurt Warrior's colab Tee with Gottwood Festival will be out on sale in a only a matter of days! Keep a close eye on the
SHOP as there are only 100 of these going!

Follow Gottwood's movements and updates!