For this show of The Wirebender we got a perfect write-up from Simon Wade, our man in London.
“It was a great opportunity to catch up with Martin from Taurus Tracker. I interviewed him at a recent event at the Mau mau bar in London’s Portobello Road. Taurus Tracker began in 2006, when Allison the drummer ex Raincoats and Martin recorded demos. The results were so encouraging that they were empowered to recruit a bassist and take the band out.
Mick Jones, ex of The Clash, so much so he’s producing the next album “All shook up again in w10”
Dj smart monkey takes the controls for a short mix He has been dj’ing professionally and often somewhat unprofessionally since 1991 promoting and performing punk dub and industrial influenced dance music. He was one of the founders of Freeradical soundswho released a series of albums on the label. He has also worked as a music journalist and promoter.
We then have our Guest artist Dave Webb who has been actively involved in music production since 1986.
About 12 years ago he purchased his first PC and Lefthandpath was born. Four albums and many DJing events later Lefthandpath has lost the beats and become lhp, a completely experimental soundscape artist, releasing two albums already. The beat gauntlet was taken up by his dubstep alter ego Robbing Hood in 2006. Robbing Hood has released six albums on his own digital label Ax Records, has several other releases on various labels including Betamorph, Methodology and recently Quad Damage and has played at events in Helsinki (Got Sub), Stockholm (Red Volume Launch party), Vienna (Dubsquare) and on Sub.fm.
Dave also has played alongside me supporting Zion train as a Spacemonkey.
We finish off the show with Celt Islam with the track I am invisible from his new Album “sufi dub.”
Celt Islam is an English pioneering artist, producer and peace activist performing high octane Neuro Dub Driven DnB, transnational dubstep and Future Synthwave electronica with a twist of the Orient..”
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