TROUBLE VISION PRESENTS HIVERN DISCS + Limited edition vinyl

Already up for the next party this coming weekend then yeh? The only proper way to shift that Halloween Hangover is to go do it all again obvs and the guys at Trouble Vision have got a very lovely treat for everyone at Oval Space this Saturday as they welcome Hivern Discs and friends to take over their top notch party!
You’ll be able to get your ears massaged by John Talabot & Axel Boman, Bicep, Pional and C.P.I. in the great converted warehouse space. As has become customary for Hivern Discs special parties they’ve gone and made a limited edition vinyl 7″ of Quentin – You Can Do It that will be available at the party for just £1!

The party is completely sold out of course but early birds who get down early may just be able to grab a pair of the limited 100 tickets left on the door.

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Get stuck into this John Talabot 4hr set recoding to wet your whistle…

Trouble Vision Hivern Discs John Talabot

12 of the best FREE DOWNLOADS I’ve found… since last time.

So my last post of free tunes was rather popular, alas I haven’t followed it up until now. So to make up for my lack of effort I thought I’d share a bumper load of tunes for you. I’ve got soo much to get though I think it’s probably best if we just jump in there with this haunting little pumper of a remix from the fantastic John Talabot of the Bicep lads.

 

Next up, in what might be a first for Slothboogie, is some drum & bass. Pixelord has made this awesome, liquid almost Calibure esque rework of Aphex Twin’s Ziggomatic V17, well worth a listen it’s not all that chainsaw bass that never seems to die in the scene at the moment, but a lovely crafted piece of headphone listening.

 

A beautiful record by Thrupence from the Future Classic stable, thats it really  – class Act, class label – well worth your ears time.

 

I don’t really know a lot about the Funk Hunk, apart from typing that name nearly made me fall off my chair, but this edit of the Disco Wizards is great for that midnight ‘when all the drinks kick in’ time slot.

 

Here’s a live version of Dorian Concepts ‘The Few’, it’s a bit good… and the album isn’t even out yet so get stuck into this & tell your friends to grab that pre-order.

 

Up now a look back in time from the Wolf Music lads from their first ever release. They really cracked it from the start didn’t they…
This one is only up for a limited time so get it whist you can.

 

Now I really don’t want to think of this as a bit of a cheap shot ‘lets make a deep house version of this funky tune that was big a few years ago’ but it probably is… But it sounds good though hey?

 

I think this tune from Beshken is best summed up by one of it’s comments on Soundcloud ‘I can’t wait to conceive my first child to this song.’

 

Bastard Jazz always deliver & it’s even sweeter when it’s free. This Captain Planet tune is soo well put together it would a crime not to shout about it.

 

A lovely spaced out chugger from once time guest of ours Cottam, pushing a bit of acid & spoken word through this chugging beat. It’s also a .wav download for all you quality geeks.

 

This tune from Olafur Arnalds will, I promise you, change your day for the better.

 

The stoned student version of myself fucking loved this comedy tune from Father Funk  and now it’s getting given away for free! FUCK SHIT STACK.

 

Right my fingers hurt now, rather a cross section this time but all good stuff, you can thank me by coming to see me & the rest of the SlothBoogie lads down the Queen of Hoxton for our monthly throwdown on October 17th.

Bye

Talaboman – Sideral EP

Well this collaboration has got our pants frothing!?!?
John Talabot & Axel Boman team up as Talaboman and are releasing this Sideral EP on both Studio Barnhus and Hivern Discs. Its out next week so hit that pre-order button!!!
You’ll recoginse this if you had the JT DJ Kicks last summer… its a beaut!

“This record is dedicated to the legendary dj Aleix “Sideral” Vergés, who ruled over Barcelona’s underground discotecas during the turn of the millennium and sadly passed away in 2006. A truly fearless and idiosyncratic dj, Sideral mixed genres wildly and brilliantly, uniting in the dance people from all kinds of musical backgrounds. At a time when few djs dared cross musical borders, he was a real inspiration for both the Barcelona native Talabot and the young Swede Boman, who lived in the city during the peak of Sideral’s reign.”