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Putting the dull into dulcet, my tones are back guesting on the Blog Fresh Radio show this week.  I took the chance to plug the exclusive Stuart James remix of The Crimea featured here last month.

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The Crimea – Loop A Loop (Stuart James mix)” (MP3)

Visit TheCrimea.net for 16 free remixes and the chance to remix the track yourself

Meanwhile, not content with one piece of remixing genius a month, Stuart prodded and poked his synths until they made a really angry noise, then unleashed them on S.K.G’s “Needles & Suspenders“. The resulting musical fist fight won’t just destroy your speakers, it’ll ask you what the hell you’re looking at while it does it.

Have a listen over on S.K.G’s Myspace.  

MOTOR CITY
The BBC’s iPlayer may be making ISP’s weep as the nation craftily watches “Ashes To Ashes” while pretending to work but its well worth a visit for any music loving licence fee payers.

Visit here (in next 3 days) to watch the fascinating documentary Motor City’s Burning: Detroit from Motown to the Stooges.

It tells the story of how “in the 60’s Detroit became home to a musical revolution that captured the sound of a nation in upheaval“. 

shoesTHE SHOES

The new limited edition white vinyl 7″ from hotly tipped band The Shoes has just arrived at Puregroove to buy.   I’d just finished nabbing a copy when my email pinged with an MP3 treat direct from the PR division of Shoes HQ.

In the kind of wildly over-hyped PR speak you’ll never find on this website they claim its like “a cross between ‘Eye of the Tiger’ and ‘The Final Countdown’ (but ten times more amazing than that sounds)“. It’s clearly impossible to be 10 times better than Eye Of The Tiger, but it is a fine tune, guaranteed to have you chanting along with its 1-2-3-4-5 The Drums chant.

The Shoes – Knock Out (8okidz mix)” (MP3)

The Shoes Myspace (for a free download of their last single)

For the 80Kidz (Myspace) take on The Chemical Brothers, Daft Punk and more free remix goodness vist here.

CREAMFIELDS

This has to be a spoof but Irish sperm supplys are 40% down from four years ago. The ingenious answer: Tickets to a European music festival of your choice in exchange for whacking some of your sperm in the post to them!

Visit Spermfortickets.com