Out now on iTunes.
This Thursday sees Tiger Beer present; The Hidden Depths of Rinse.FM at Concrete Shoredtich. To celebrate we caught up with Rinse FM DJ/Host/Producer Brackles for a quick Q & A. Hold tite Noah Zeeny.
We are giving away a bunch of goodies from the Rinse team and tickets to the event. Check below for the competition question…
Way back when….Were you first inspired by music and knew you wanted to be a DJ ?
When I was 15 and going to underage discos and house parties and seeing people DJing at those.
Way back when… Was the first record you brought and where ?
Snoop Dogg – Snoog Dogg (what’s my name pt2) at HMV Oxford St
Way back when… Did you first DJ on radio and how did that experience go down ?
My first time DJing on pirate was a station called Reel FM in Hackney when I was 16. The experience was almost identical to People Just Do Nothing and one of the MCs wasn’t too far away from Sniper either. I don’t think anyone apart from my mates were listening.
Way back when.. Did you really see the scene that your in start to thrive ?
2010 I think..
Way back when… Was your first DJ gig outside the UK and what happened ?
Pretty sure it was dub war in New York. Big up Dave Q!
Big up Brackles for the Q&A!
As mentioned we are giving away to the 1st place winner;
1 x Rinse tee
1 x Rinse CD album
1 x Rinse 12″ vinyl
1 x Guest list to the event
Runner up prize;
2 x Guest list to the event
In order to get your hands on these prizes, all you have to do is answer this question;
What was Brackles first solo release ?
All answers too – firstname.lastname@example.org
Ahead of tomorrow night’s Tiger Beer X Rinse 106.8FM show featuring Zinc, Trim, Brackles, Faze Miyake and Tippa, we’re pleased to release the final piece of content from the Hidden Depths 2012 series.
We headed to East London to play a bit of snooker with three of Rinse’s current shining stars in the form of Brackles, Trim and Faze Miyake and talk through the stations influence on each artists careers, their current involvement, and what to expect at the forthcoming Hidden Depths show.
South London based label Coyote Records are back with their second release, this time round with an energetic 4X4 offering from Bradford bassline producer, TS7 along with Mella Dee and Walton on remix duties.
All tracks on the EP have been receiving regular rotation by a slew of DJs from Rinse FM to 1Xtra along with being included in a number of mixes such as our 5th anniversary mix by Smutlee entitled, ‘Britannia Bass 2007-2012,’ which included the original version.
Keep an eye on the Coyote Records Twitter and Soundcloud for future releases!
Out on 26 th November digitally and on 12″ vinyl.
As many will already be aware last Saturday saw Butterz & Hardrive return to Cable for what was easily one of their best parties to date. With an exceptional line-up of some of the best DJs, MCs and Producers in the grime, garage and funky scenes along with extended BNTL family, The Heatwave flying the bashment flag, practically all musical tastes were catered for in abundance.
To get an idea of what went down just check out the following video and make sure if you missed this one that you’re at the next in February which will no doubt boast yet another first-class line-up if that’s even still possible.
Listen back to all the audio from the night: HERE
This coming Thursday will see FWD>> host the launch party for T. Williams’ forthcoming mix cd – Rinse: 21. The FWD>> gang are being pretty tight lipped about the full line up, but expect some special guests and artists that feature on the album.
To support the launch of the album and the night, we’ve got 2x signed copies of the album and 2 pairs of guest list tickets for the event on Thursday.
All you need to do is; follow @B_N_T_L on twitter and tweet us with your full name and the answer to this simple question:
What is T. William’s first name??
The album will release November 19th. See the tracklist below..
1/ T.Williams feat. Tendai – Think of You
2/ Juno Sutton – Get You
3/ Soul Clap – Need Your Lovin’ (Nitetime Remix)
4/ Breach – You Won’t Find Love Again
5/ T.Williams feat. Himal – Can’t Get Enough
6/ Disclosure – My Intention is War
7/ Groove Control – Beautiful (Tuff Jam Unda Vybe Mix)
8/ George Fitzgerald – Child
9/ Aphrodisiax – Kernel
10/ Huxley – Who Am I
11/ Eats Everything – Feel Tha Vibe
12/ Dusky – What I Do
13/ Maya Jane Coles – Getting Freaky
14/ Breach & Midland – 101
15/ Julio Bashmore – Au Seve
16/ T Williams feat. Himal – Dreaming
17/ MTD & Dutty Dan – Date Oh Eight
18/ Jessie Ware – Wildest Moments (T Williams Remix)
19/ Roska – Go (VIP Instrumental)
20/ J.Bevin – Jack Iron
21/ T.Williams – Synthia VIP (Re-arrange Remix)
22/ Foamo – Sherlock
Following on from Noah’s post last week HERE you will probably already be aware that the guys over at Tiger Beer have put together another exceptional line-up this time round linking up with Rinse.FM as part of their Hidden Depths series.
In anticipation of the event next week, Brackles has concocted a fine blend of classic back catalogue Rinse FM releases along with tracks from those who have been involved with or had shows on Rinse during the last 18 years.
Keep an eye on the blog for a chance to win tickets to this event over the next few days…
Advanced tickets available HERE
Due to popular demand, man of the moment Royal-T has knocked up another UK garage infused concoction for your listening pleasure. Expect to hear plenty of classic old school flavas from the likes of Todd Edwards, MJ Cole and Wideboys, intertwined with new school material from X5 Dubs and Flava D, plus a number of original productions and remixes from the man himself.
Download the mix HERE
Here at BNTL we are giving away a pair of tickets to this event that you could be in the chance of winning if you LIKE our Facebook page (if you haven’t already) and then by LIKING the flyer. A winner will be chosen at random at the end of next week. Good luck!
In anticipation of the event here is a set from Elijah & Skilliam when they played at Paris’ Social Club recently.
2009 was yet another year of rapid progression for Rinse as they put on regular sell-out dances at The End and Matter. As their raves got bigger and bigger so did their roster with a number of new DJs joining the station. One of those was Marcus Nasty. In this video he discusses the positive effect that joining Rinse has had for him and his music career and also shares some of his experiences from the old Rinse studios.
If you have missed any of the other episodes in the 18 part mini-series you can watch them again HERE