Thursday, 28 May 2009

Dig Deep with Paul Watson (Fatcity / itch / Rack & Ruin)

Its interesting to look back at DJs tastes and see how their style has progressed over the years. Here's a Dig Deep on Preston FM from 2009 featuring a mini-mix from Paul Watson (Itch / Fatcity / Rack & Ruin).

Watson has always been a taste maker and he was one of the DJs that helped break music by The Revenge and Leo Zero from day one. Plus there is a heady selection from PT covering the more leftfield side of things.

Dig Deep with Paul Watson (Fatcity / itch / Rack & Ruin) 280509 by Paul Thornton on Mixcloud


Playlist:
Domu - Taking me down (Tru Thoughts)
Natural Self - In The Morning (Paul White remix) (Tru Thoughts)
Sound Species feat Ahu - Can we call it love (Burnt Progress)
Scratch featuring Musiq Soulchild - Tonite (Gold Dust)
Horace Andy & Ashley Beedle - Watch We (The Souljazz Orchestra remix) (Strut Records)
Lizzy Parks - Deluge (Tru Thoughts)
Quantic & his Combo Barbaro - Arianita (Tru Thoughts)
Aurra - Such a feeling (BBE)
Discodeine - Invert (parce que edit) (Discodeine)
Floating Points - Truly (Eglo)
Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings - Genuine (BBE)

Mini-Mix DJ: Paul Watson (Fatcity / itch) - March Mix Taster
Foreign Legion - Voodoo Star (Instrumental) (Look)
The Revenge - Curtis (LESS productions)
Warbox Allstars - Kiss Dem Teeth (Warbox)
JD73 - Ascension (Wax On)
Andres - About Time (Mahogani)
Airto - Toque De Cuica (Warners)
Lee Dorsey - Night People (ABC)
Unknown - Get Together (Diesel & Jarvis edit) (Moton)
Leo Zero - Message Of Love (Glory's)

Lizzy Parks - Raise the roof (Madnus & Scogil remix) (Tru Thoughts)
Jaffa Surfa - Shecago (Universal Vibes)
Greymatter - Bunda (Tru Thoughts)
Flashbaxx - Jack of all trades (Diesler remix) (Blackfish Productions)

Live Broadcast: Thursday 28th May 2009 7-9pm

1st Thursday of the month
Part of the #boogiedownthursdays series
Preston FM
8-10pm

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