Having returned back to UK shores from his extended journey to Oz, award winning Solid Steel resident and Mixtape king Moneyshot is slowly easing his finely tuned party popping skills back into the credible British clubbing consciousness, including a residency at a fantastic new venue back in our collective hometown called the Cardiff Arts Institute.
We caught him there recently supporting awesome Israeli funk band The Apples and he dropped this cheeky 110bpm re-working of the TC / Caspa track Where's My Money? which he just so happened to have cooked up himself. We figured this was too far too big for just one club to hear and so mugged him outside to share with the world.
Download: TC - Where's My Money Caspa Remix (Moneyshot 110bpm Edit) / alt link
We were so impressed with the Cardiff Arts Institute infact that we shall be doing a night there ourselves this Friday (20th November) alongside filthy bass club freaks Dirty Canvas who run one of the top nights for like minded grimesters in London and shall be joining us Chrome Kids in something a little different for us, as we get all tropical and techy with just a touch of Dubstep and UK Funky under the banner of Shanti Town. We also have some incredible guests lined up for the first night in the shape of Mumdance and Brackles, you can read a bit more indepth about the night over on the CAI blog which also has links to mixes, etc. However, here's a couple of recent bootlegs to set your eardrums in motion for the night should you happen to be in the area, or rage with envy if you're not.
Maximo Park - Let's Get Clinical (Mumdance KERPLUNK! Remix) / alt link
MSTRKRFT feat John Legend - Heartbreaker (Brackles Remix) / alt link
There's many other good nights on the cards there, plus they've got a Funktion One Sound System and a Lego wall so what more could you want? Highlights to look out for this month are: Jo'burg Psychadelic Afro Dub Rock band BLK JKS on Fri November 27; Secret Carnival with Party Rhymin', Drum & Bass Charleston dancing, Hip-hop Jazz Swingers The Correspondents plus DJs including Chesus & Rodski; and Swn have one of their post-festival events on Mon November 30 with Israeli rock mentalists Monotonix and the ever incredible Totally Extinct Enormous Dinosaurs who we caught at the very first Swn Festival last year.
Download: Wolf Gang - The King And All Of His Men (Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs Remix) / alt link
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SOME OF OUR OLD SKOOL MIXES
Chrome Kids - Pyjama Ban
Welsh Electronic Mix recorded for BBC 1Xtra (Jan 2010)
Chrome Kids - Knowledge Me
Mix recorded for Knowledge Magazine (Nov 2009)
Chrome Kids - Pimp My Tour Bus
Mix recorded for Adam Walton's Mystery Tour on BBC Radio Wales (Oct 2009)
Welsh Hip-hop Mix Recorded for Rob Da Bank & Friends on BBC Radio 1 - Nov 2008