Saturday, 31 December 2011

Mixtape Review: AL vs J Dilla - The LB (Laid Back) EP

Is there a better way for A.L. to finish the year? I think not! Kicking off 2011 with The Collaboration Mixtape, this songstress has continued her grind throughout the year with further collaborations, consistent videos and a mass of performances during which she has torn down the stage every single time! The unique soulful voice of A.L. has finally started to receive recognition and mainstream radio airplay. If you still havent made yourself familiar, the time is NOW!!

I would usually say which tracks are my favourite however on this occasion I've found what I call a back-2-back. Meaning I could comfortably listen from start to finish. If I really must pick a favourite, 123456789 is a track I took great liking to while watching A.L. perform earlier in the year and I was VERY pleased to see it on the EP.

This EP is a great piece of work once again from the songstress. Don't just take my word for it though....

Get your own copy from here and have a listen yourself!

Favourite UK Tracks from 2011

We have finally come upon a time when UK musicians are coveted worldwide, including major interest from the US superstars that previously highly influenced our culture. No longer feeling a need to replicate, creativity is being let loose in ways that allow artists and producers freedom with creativity. What is liked in general is now more diverse, preference no longer easily boxed into one genre but whether or not the music actually sounds GOOD.

In an attempt to pull everything UK together (Team UK!! Nah not really, I mean, what IS that?) from both ends of the spectrum, I've managed to put together a list of my 20 favourites tracks released this year that each touched me in their own special way.

Following suit of the previous years, it's been another great one for UK music. Many names are missing from the list below that have undeniable potential to breakthrough in 2012. Attending the various live events and being exposed to the abundance of underground talent bubbling just under the surface throughout the year has been an amazing experience. I'll be attempting to support as many as possible as we journey through 2012....

New Video: Move To The Gyal Dem

Donaeo ft Sarkodie

2011: The Urban Round Up

Take a look back on the year with Remel London and Kae Kurd....

Filmed and Edited by SJPOnline

Saturday, 24 December 2011

New Video: Take Our Time


Once again I've been blown away by a new show of innovation.... The first time I watched this video, I sat staring at everything that was happening in the background. Have a look and see what I mean....

I'm sure I'll continue to enjoy this video just as much, no matter how many times I watch it. Such a great piece of work!

Taken from Shakka's The Crown Affair Mixtape (FREE DOWNLOAD)

Friday, 23 December 2011

East End Chocolate

I am probably one of the BIGGEST Eastenders fans going... Nope, I don't need to try an be modest as if I did, I would have to be described as in denial.... FACT! Anyway I've found out that there is going to be a Christmas present in store for us faithful viewers in the form of Chucky Venice and I cannot wait! So if like me you need a picture to drool over for the next couple days, my wish is your command!

Know his face from somewhere? You may remember him from Footballers Wives, but in Eastenders he is going to be playing Ray, father of Bianca's youngest child Morgan. Let's hope this isn't another fine chocolate brother about to be portrayed as a wasteman by Eastenders writers..... It's the one area where they constantly let me down... *sigh*

Wednesday, 14 December 2011

New Video: Forgiveness (Freestyle)

Junior Brat vs Rednek Remix

First time I watched this was via my phone on the train home.... The feeling that came over me was similar to that one gets when watching Paranormal Activity at home while alone at night. Needless to say, I felt thankful for my fellow passengers!

I think it was something to do with the contacts....

Anyway, focusing on other than the visual, this is a crazy, trippy, brilliant composition albeit taken from Wretch 32's track of the same name, Junior Brat has added his own edge making it his own. I think it fair to say that Junior Brat is showing through music that he's worth keeping an eye on!

Tuesday, 13 December 2011

Radio: Fuzzy Logik Guest Show

Fuzzy Logik joined me in the Break London studios recently for a trip into The Funky Vault and his FIRST EVER guest appearance on radio!

Being a foundation producer on the UK Funky circuit, Makeda QoS questions why Fuzzy Logik has remained highly elusive until now, as well as finding out what is coming up in the future on his recently launched record label: World Class Music.

In addition Fuzzy Logik blesses his time within The Funky Vault with a DJ mix, showing he has aquired skills in another area of the music scene.


Show Intro
Nobody – DJ Oji ft Una
Troublesome 11 Refix – Major Notes
Kills Me (Footsteps Remix) – Melanie Fiona
I Need (Zed Bias Remix) – Maverick Sabre
Turn & Twiss – Fuzzy Logik
Your Man (Fuzzy Logik Remix) – Nana
Moving To The Beat – Angel
In The Morning – Fuzzy Logik ft Egypt
Over Me – DJ Q ft Louise Williams
Tell Me – DJ NG ft Katy B
All My Love – Fuzzy Logik ft Jada Pearl
Playground – Fuzzy Logik ft Myshy
Pose – Fuzzy Logik ft Myshy

Fuzzy Logik DJ Mix

I’ve Got That Feeling - Dakar
Cry, Kill & Die – Jerah ft Thantaswa
I Love My Life – Ronald Clark
Gypo Ting VIP – Geeneus
Lush (Fuzzy Logik Remix) – Jay Sean ft Skepta
I Ain’t Gonna – Attacca Pesante ft Jaychai

New Video: Money Everyday

K.I.G. Family

I find it so hard to accept a song that doesn't seem like it's truly reflecting the life experience of the artist. This is one of them....

The recent publicity via BBC 3's Music, Money & Hip Hip Honeys came to mind when seeing the quality of the girls featured nearer the end of the video. This would indicate cutting of corners somewhere.... But most of all, I'm disappointed with the calibre of the songwriting. Personally I think that with so many minds on the case, something a lot stronger could've been composed. Just my opinion though... Which doesn't mean it's gospel or fact. Would be interesting to know what anyone else thinks.... If they would care to comment??

Mixtape Review: Kano - Girls Over Guns

Kano has been rather distant from the music scene, though never allowed himself to be forgotten with the regular unexpected appearance here and there just to let us know he’s still about and producing those direct intelligible bars that get stuck in your mind. In addition to his recent acting role in C4’s Top Boy, Kano has kept his loyal fanbase engaged, while opening doors to create himself a brand new audience.

Coming across Kano’s most recent mixtape titled ‘Girls Over Guns’ there was an instant question within about what to expect. At first there was an unwanted judgement that Kano may have gone soft! How terrible would that be? I mean, Kano has always provided a fair balance… In the past while the ladies were crooning away to Nite, Nite, the fellas we’re in full appreciation on the gritty beats of Mic Check (Check 1, Check 2), later on This Is The Girl feat Craig David and London Town respectively.

With those comparisons made and having now listened to ‘Girls Over Guns’ I confidently say that Kano is still delivering what we expect from him. In addition there has been evident maturity within him as a person, which shines through into his music. However if you’re looking for something that you can play as a soundtrack to amp you up while going on a rampage; this isn’t for you! – Girls Over Guns!!

New Video: Hands In The Air

He had the nation migraine skanking like crazy.... But that was then.... Since we've seen Gracious feature on a few tracks and he has dropped a couple himself. As time as progressed, so has Gracious. But in saying that, I think Gracious is finding himself with that common artist dilemma when it's hard to produce a track that carries similar amount of weight to the previous....

I have to admit, I don't think this will be the track to diminish the dilemma, but all will be apparent when it's released on 23rd January 2012.

New Video: Love You So

As we settle firmly in to December, it cannot be disputed that the year has been a phenomenal one for Delilah... This singer/songwriter hailing from North London has been making spectacular moves!!

Released on 18th December, Love You So is the latest single coming from the songstress... Check it out!

Are You Carrying The Olympic Torch?

Having previously completed the Step Up training scheme with BBC London covering Olympics 2012 related news stories, I couldn't help but to smile while watching this video.

Carrying the Olympic torch is a once in a lifetime experience. Although I won't be applying to get the pleasure of being a future flame and taking part in the Olympic torch relay myself, I'm sure those who are selected to take part will be looking forward to the moment with great anticipation.

If you're taking part in carrying the torch, I would love to hear from you!

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Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Fuzzy Logik in The Funky Vault!!

Recently I was given the pleasure of conducting the first interview with Fuzzy Logik, one of UK Funky’s hottest producers and now I’m getting an additional pleasure of his company this Sunday when he joins me in the Break London studios for this week’s trip into The Funky Vault!

Fuzzy Logik will be teaming up with myself QoS to present the show as well as conducting a LIVE mix!! Yes that’s correct, he’s going to touch the decks!!

In addition we're going to be discussing various topics such as what it's been like working with the artists he has collaborated with, who are the divas and who has extremely large feet! Also going to be exploring what it was like to do remixes for Skepta, Pixie Lott, Mr Hudson, La Roux etc but most importantly why does Fuzzy Logik never sleep!?

Don’t miss the show!!

Sunday 4-6PM (16-1800 hrs) GMT on

Is Vybz Kartel in jail or not?

From the break of dawn this morning a frenzy broke throughout the internet world that the infamous Vybz Kartel (real name Adidja Palmer) had managed to smuggle guns into Horizon Adult Remand Centre in Spanish Town Road, Jamaica and escaped with seven other prisoners causing injuries to others including a prison guard to die from a heart attack in the process.

While blogs and online blogs jumped on the hype, (no pun to Hypelife), others waited until it was confirmed from a reputable source. Even The Metro joined in ready to state that the dancehall star who has been charged for two murders and has been denied bail is now on the list for Jamaica’s Most Wanted.

Jamaican press has finally spoken out and guess what….. They say it isn’t true!

Assistant Commissioner of Police Les Green told the Jamaican Observer early this morning that he had no knowledge of the reported jail break.

"I know nothing about that. If that had taken place I would certainly have known,"  Green said.

Police at Denham Town Police station, the closest police station to the remand centre were also unaware of the reports as was the Constabulary Communication Network who also claimed ignorance of any jail break.

"It may be an attempt by his cronies to keep him in the news but they don't need to spread rumours to do that because he will be in the news for quite some time," one cop told the Observer.

Guess he’s not the World Boss after all!!! *sigh* From the mouth of the great Gregory Isaacs.... Rumours are spreading....

New Video: Dance For You


After what felt like endless months of introduction from Choice FM's very own Lady of Soul (Jenny Francis), I finally found out what this song was called. All for it to be followed up with a cruel yearning for a visual to accompany a composition that takes you into another dimension.... And finally it's here!!

Once again the top diva of R&B brings us a video to show all the other sexy mamas how to do it....

All I can say if I had a man trapped in a room and decided to dance to this song... He'd be in serious trouble!!

Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Creative Remixes

I've admittedly been slacking on the blogging recently, but that never means my ear isn't still firmly against the ground with eyes wide open on the look out for something fresh and new... While I've apparently been lurking in the shadows, there have been some remixes that I'm appreciating for the twist of creativity that has been used with them, showing a strong flare of innovation for both pieces of work I am referring to...

First exhibit comes from within the My-ish camp by Incisive. Using Wretch 32's previous top 10 hit single Traktor, Incisive & Shakka have twisted it around and made it into a song they can call their own. 

Have a listen...

Another exerting her abilities is songstress A.L. who has definitely gone from strength to strength throughout 2011 to leave a mark that won't be easily forgotten. Taking I'm A Boss from US Hip-Hop superstars Meek Mill and Rick Ross, the track has been flipped on it's head to give it a more easy listening jazz aura.

Check it out...

Any aspiring musicians definitely need to take note from these two... What I mean by that is just about anybody can get a backing track and write quirky new lyrics, but a true musician is able to take a great composition and make it their own without destroying the memory of the original.... Salutes!

Wednesday, 16 November 2011

New Video: Never Fail

Snakeyman feat Shaun White

New Video: Jay-Z Money

Davinche feat Sophie Sof

Radio: Golden Oldies Special

Approximately a fortnight ago I dipped into the archives for a 'Golden Oldies' special edition of The Funky Vault. While listening back to the show, it amazed me how many great quality tracks have been swept under the carpet as the music has continued to evolve. Not to mention the numerous productions that we're overlooked while the craze of skank tracks took over, spurring a new craze that caused a major influx while turning many revellers in the mean time.

I tried to get as many forgotten tracks together within this playlist, but since I admitted forgot some.... Have a listen, did I do it justice?


Make It Funky For Me – Attacca Pesante ft Shea Soul
Feet Have Souls – Rudimental
DJ Play – Perempay & Dee ft Shola Ama
Get Out My House (remix) – Sabrina Washington ft Donaeo
Tell Me – DJ NG ft Katy B & MC Versatile
I Ain’t Gonna – Attacca Pesante ft Jaychai
Hiya Kaya – Kentphonik
Emotions – Moonshine ft Nikki Benoit
Anthem – Deep Teknologi
The Whistler – Claude Von Stroke
Boriken Soul – Yonurican
All The Downloads – Kerri Chandler
Another Day – Kings of Tomorrow
Days Like This – Sean Escoffery
Always Be My Baby – Crazy Cousins
The Way You Move – Fuzzy Logik
Stressed Out – Fingaprint ft Ava B
The Music – Hard House Banton
Fire Power – DJ Naughty
Soul Fever – Simbad ft Steelo
Rass Out – AlterNatives
Yellow Tail – Geeneus
In The Morning – Fuzzy Logik ft Egypt
Break Away – Katie Pearl
Round And Round – Chuck Dem Gee
Take It Slow – DJ Mystery ft Sophia
Under The Covers – Mellow Bee ft Jada Pearl & Fatz
Playground (VIP Remix) – Fuzzy Logik ft Myshy
Junglebook – Major Notes
La Musica – Ray Foxx ft Lovelle

Catch The Funky Vault EVERY Sunday 4-6 GMT on

New Music: MA1 - El Amor (Free Download)

It's not often you get such good quality free downloads from the reputable producers from the scene, but it seems we are all currently in a fountain of luck. Fresh from releasing his Elektron EP via Deep Teknologi Records, MA1 has gifted a free download for all currently swaying to his productions for good measure.

Have a listen and see if you like....

MA1 - El Amor by MA1

New Video: Nothing Is Impossible

Jah Cure

Event: SOTU (Sounds of the Underground)

SOTU (Sounds Of The Underground) returns for their 4th installment. This event showcases the finest producers from the UK Funky scene and the deeper side of House music.

This time around, DJ Apple will be in the house throwing down his 1st ever DJ Set! That's right, Apple will be throwing down some serious dubplates and unreleased tracks alongside the residents.

Hard House Banton
Weighty J
LR Groove

Hosted by Spidey G and Coldsteps

Music Policy: UK Funky, Deep House, Bass

Entry: FREE before midnight and only £3 thereafter

Venue: East Village, 89 Great Eastern Street, London, EC2A 3HX

Time: 9pm - 3am

New Video: Light Up The World

Yasmin ft Ms Dynamite (produced by Shy FX)

Released 15 Jan 2012 via Levels Entertainment

Friday, 11 November 2011

New Video: Welcome To The Jungle


Event: Musicalize


This event will be raising money for breast cancer awareness charity, CoppaFeel! Patrons who include Fearne Cotton (Radio 1 & ITV2)
and Dermot O'Leary (Radio 2 & ITV).


THIS IS A 14+ EVENT (Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)

Tickets are available from HERE!

New Video: Screwface

Shaun White (produced by Dready)

New Video: UTW (Under The Weather)

Stutta ft A.L, Mercston & Ghetts

Taken from the mixtape Girls And Music Vol2 - Download Free Here

An Evening With Aaron Roach-Bridgeman

Previously working with Aaron Roach-Bridgeman during the days of running Da-Mju:zik Magazine, I'm aware of his ambitious streak and tenacious spirit. Having recently become part of the SBTV team, Aaron is hosting an event to introduce all to his other writing flare; poetry and spoken word....

New Video: Go Hard

Axe Berry

Taken from his 'Still Scoping' mixtape

New Video: Around You

Black Ice feat Nade

Released 18th December 2011

Thursday, 10 November 2011

Gaming: Super Mario 3DS

While the majority of men are going crazy for COD, the little men will be going crazy for this!

Well my little man would think Christmas had come early if I got it for him when released on November 18th...

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Tuesday, 1 November 2011

New Music: Far Away

Antony on the Beat featuring GT Solo & Ianna Harvey

Once again I'm blown away by the potential possessed by Antony on the Beat (AOB). The diversity within the productions I've heard thus far show that his talent is too valuable to be boxed into any particular genre. In addition, I can see some beautiful collaborations happening in the future.... Antony on the Beat (AOB) is surely one to keep an eye on!

New Video: Tell Me (Remix)

A.L. feat Mercston, Stutta & Ghetts

A.L. has returned once again with the remix video for her track 'Tell Me' produced by Footsteps. Coming with a whole new raw edge, Mercston, Stutta and Ghetts have joined her on the track giving it a grime flavour....

Tell Me is due for release on 1st December 2011 via iTunes

New Video: Hello Badmind

Big Man Zest feat Chan Dizzy & L's Hills

Despite my Jamaican heritage, I'm not a major fan of bashment but the original of this one caught my attention a while back....

Quite liking Zest's flavour once again. He really does love showing off his diversity doesn't he?

Taken from Big Man Zest's Variation mixtape available from

New Video: LEGO

Lady Leshurr

Interesting video from the talented female lyricist hailing from Birmingham.

The thing I like most about it are the multiple LEGO pieces which most definitely have been supplied by Bwoy Wonder of Lyrics4Lyrics. To be fair, the video would have been a serious epic fail without the collab....

Gaming: Sims 3 Pets

I have a major phobia of animals, which means pets has always been out of the question... It seems now I may actually be able to enjoy the benefits of being a pet owner without having to face my fears!

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New Music: Do Ghana

Coming from the Myish camp, the one and only Incisive has teamed up with some of his brothers from Ghana Trigmatic and Kesse to bring you a free afrobeat download...

Thursday, 27 October 2011

Interview: A Q&A session with Arjun Rose

Writer/Director Arjun Rose
After having the pleasure of being invited to an advanced screening of the forthcoming teen cult urban movie Demons Never Die, I was given the opportunity to speak to the writer and first director behind the film, Arjun Rose. Holding a strong cast and long-term ‘3 Reasons To Live’ promotional campaign, I was interested to find out what inspired the film idea, how it’s influences were fed into the storyline, what challenges were faced within the production journey and where Arjun Rose’s story goes from here…

How did the first seed for Demons Never Die get planted?
I had been spending some time in America and had written a completely different film. I had come back to London to pick up my stuff and move out and get away for a while. I basically saw this picture…. I can’t remember now where I saw it, it was a kind of emo based art picture and it had a guy who had ripped out his heart and was offering it to this girl who looked quite shy and bashful. The picture was titled ‘I Give You My Heart’. It was a strong image that I really wanted to develop into an arc love story. The original draft was a psychological thriller based on these 2 characters. One of the characters of the 2 was the crazy one. It was a very different story to what is Demons now, but it evolved into the slasher that it is now.

Was it your initial intention for it to blossom into a feature length film?
I had always intended to write a 90-page script…. But you know, I’ve written a few scripts now and this one is my second one. When you start writing, you don’t know what’s gonna happen. The success rate for new writers to get their script made into feature length films is very rare, so it was more me wanting to get my thoughts and emotions on paper really.

Web Cam Scene
The film has various demons faced by the youth of today, are there any hidden messages within the storyline?
I wouldn’t say hidden messages. They’re all kind of based on people and experiences that I’ve had myself. I know those characters quite well. I know the girl who hears voices, I know the girl who’s bulimic and Archie and Kenny were sort of based on myself, but the different sides of me. So one was good and one was bad, but really they’re two sides of the same person. One is out and out hero and the other is a bit of a psycho (laughs). I don’t usually share that by the way (laughs)… But if you look at the webcam scene you’ll realise that their backgrounds are both the same colour, so there’s things like that going on to tie them together, but most people might not notice.

Regarding the cast for the characters, was there anyone you wanted and wasn’t able to get for the film?
No not really. The hardest part to cast was Archie and I had never met Robert Sheehan before so I had already casted the other parts and got a call from a casting director saying that he would like for me to meet up with Robert Sheehan. But at the time Robert was committed to another job so I suggested that we just have lunch. Jason Maza came along as well, we got on so well that he called his agent and wanted to be a part of Demons, which was like the icing on the cake. The other characters; I had wanted Tulisa for that part and got her, but I wasn’t too up to date with all the new young actors although I know some of them, so me and Jason were auditioning for 3 weeks solid everyday one after the other and that’s really how the cast came together.

Jason Maza plays Kenny in the film
Jason Maza has been working on this with you for a while (since the first (Suicide Kids) Demons Never Die trailer was released), what did you see within Jason’s talent to give him such a major role within the film?
It’s funny because when I cast Jason originally years ago in that green screen promo version that I did, he was only about 19 or 20 or something, he had a much smaller part at that time, but we became very close. I was still adapting to the world of film I guess, as I come from a very different world and people were getting to me. Jason has an ability to turn situations around. I had originally asked Jason to come on board as a producer for this film, but I told him “It didn’t mean you’ve got the part for Kenny even though that I know you’d love it.” Jason had to read just the same as anyone else. But he was so good and he nailed it. He knows me so well and he knew exactly what I was going for so yeah he just smashed the part and he was perfect for it. He didn’t get any favours.

I believe Donnie Darko inspired various elements of Demons, such as the character of Archie. What did you hope to carry through to Demons from Donnie Darko?
I think the great thing about Donnie Darko is that it has a very independent feel. Obviously it had a much bigger budget and it’s very well made but I think the character of Donnie Darko comes across a superhero really that ended up giving his life to save everyone else, but to try and make a UK version would be very difficult to do. I think Robert Sheehan brings that very different flavour in the mix of the other characters but the thing that I like about Donnie Darko is that not everything is explained. You can come away from that film after watching it ten times and still have varying ideas about what’s happened. I think in this country we don’t do that. We make films that nicely wrap up at the end with everything has been explained. But I think that’s because we’re used to watching things like soaps, which don’t leave things unanswered and nobody wants things left unanswered either, especially in horror films. But if we look at things like Nightmare on Elm Street, at the end Freddie would be alive and nobody would know how. Or how Michael Myers would be able to just stand up, even though a lorry had just run over his head. That’s a scary prospect but everything hasn’t been explained. In Demons there’s a masked killer out there, nobody knows who it is or why he’s killing, but there are clues to it. With Donnie Darko it’s probably one of the most complicated films around. In my opinion there is no definite answer so I suppose I liked having an element of that in Demons. We’re telling a love story and we don’t have to write everything down exactly how it happened. It’s open to some interpretation and there are some clues if people are watching hard enough.

Demons Never Die is released in cinemas nationwide on 28th October 2011

As a first time director did you find it hard to get your vision captured on the screen?
It was a massive learning experience. I’m sure directors get to a stage in film-making when it’s possible to capture the actual vision because there is the time and money to do that. In reality when you’re working with a micro budget in film making, you turn up at a location on the day (bearing in mind a lot of scenes were shot in Jason Maza’s house), and what you really want isn’t exactly what you had in mind. Such as where windows are placed and not being able to move the camera or lighting so you have to adapt quickly. But the two scenes where I really got to get what I wanted were the auditorium and the web cam scene, because those were the ones where I demanded and also had a full day to be able to work on. If you bear in mind that one of those scenes are a page from the film script, then two of those is two pages out of ninety, which means the other sixteen days of shooting would equate to 88 pages so it is a big sacrifice. But if you want to get an idea of my vision the auditorium and web cams scenes would be just that.

The auditorium scene has been said to have been a difficult scene to shoot. What happened to make it so challenging?
The original difficulty was that we never had many locations to shoot or have much of a budget. We turned up at Riverside Studios (in Hammersmith) where we had got for free and it was exactly what I was looking for as it had that old school feel. We got there and the first thing the Director of Photography said was “We can’t shoot here, there’s no light.” which was a great start (laughs). We needed light because it was a slow motion shot, which requires more light basically. Then there was a very thin stairwell in the middle and the challenge there was we would have to get a steady cam operator up and down these stairs backwards with the whole unit as we weren’t able to get the heavy shooting machinery. In the end we found a solution with the lighting by putting a lighting balloon at the top of the auditorium so it would shine some light down on top of everyone. The steady cam operator we had was a guy called Roger Avers who was brilliant, but we had a couple of people behind him ready to catch him in case he fell over. But the next challenge we faced was that once we were at the top of the auditorium, we would have to get back down to the bottom quickly. Which is where my friend Nicholas came in, so he jumped over all the seats and got us back down to the bottom so that we could continue shooting.

It sounds like you had a lot of things to overcome to get what you wanted and one of the things I know was really important to you also was the mask. How did you go about choosing the mask?
In slashers it’s all about the mask. In my head I felt that if we got a cheap looking mask or got something from a fancy dress shop, the film would’ve had a danger of falling into the wrong category. Like in Scream they have a mask specially made and it’s now their signature mask and I felt that we needed something that would be intimidating, something teenagers would be frightened of. I spent a lot of time searching the internet and when I saw it I instantly thought “That’s the one!”

Demons Never Die teens make a pact
Moving away from the storyline and props, what was it like working with Idris Elba?
Cool! We get on really well and I’m really honoured that he’s a fan of my writing and I’m also fond of his acting. The intention is that we’re going to work together in future as director and actor and it’s been great that he supported me to get me to a place where I’ve have been able to get into directing. Without him doing Demons, the chance of me directing my first film with A-List actors in it, would’ve been very unlikely. So him putting his name to this, even though he wasn’t around everyday, he showed a lot of faith in my writing and showed lots of support, so it was great!

Many want to know the basis behind the name being changed from Suicide Kids, are you able to reveal this?
Yeah course! The main basis was that it’s very hard to say the original name on mainstream media within TV and radio. Once you’ve seen the film you know it’s not really about suicide. I had grown up reading a lot of comic books and for me the film is a comic book story, so when I would say ‘Suicide Kids’ I would think it’s a cool comic book name. But people were taking it more literally, it was a bit controversial and when you make a British micro-budget film, you really need all the support you can get from the British media industry. If you’re automatically fighting that battle with people not being able to say things, it just causes problems. If the film had been about suicidal children, I would’ve stuck to my guns, but the fact that the film wasn’t even about that and was causing uproar before it even came out, I didn’t want to try and use the controversy for our advantage. Because when people went to see the film and then saw it wasn’t about suicide, it could’ve just left people confused. So we changed it to Demons Never Die and I’m quite glad we did. I think it works well.

When you announced the name change, there was also announcement of an amazing soundtrack. Before that, had there been a previous soundtrack?
No there hadn’t been one. Idris wanted to do the soundtrack and what happened is I met with Island, Universal and Sony, who asked how much I had to make the film. When I told them, they were all a bit shocked and they said “We love the film, tell us what you want.” So I ended up working with them and they were sending through hundreds and hundreds of tracks. I spent weeks going through them all, trying to figure which ones would work. Then we had to go to the individual artists after I had chosen the tracks to find out whether we could clear them. It was a lengthy process. Now the soundtrack is pretty much 80-85% of the songs I had originally chosen for the film, which I was incredibly lucky to get.

Will there be a sequel to the film?
You never know…..

What is in the midst for Arjun Rose?
I’m talking to a number of people about a few different projects at the moment so I guess I’m kind of waiting for Demons to come out so I can get an idea of how that does. My next film with Idris is called Swift, which is about a boy who can run very fast. So I’m just taking my time a little bit with regards to signing on the dotted line.

Demons Never Die is released in cinemas nationwide on 28th October 2011

Also featured on UK Chocolate and Niji Magazine

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Tuesday, 25 October 2011

New BB Torch Already!?

I can't believe that BlackBerry are bringing out a new Torch already!!

Looks really neat!!

If you get one, let me know if it's worth upgrading my Torch 9800....

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UK Film Review: Demons Never Die

The brainchild of writer/first time director Arjun Rose and produced by Idris Elba, Demons Never Die is a teen-cult slasher, which depicts a tale of a group of students each facing their own troubles in life. Boasting a cast including some of the UK’s hottest talent such as X-Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos, Misfit’s Robert Sheehan and Hollyoak’s Emma Rigby as well as respected figures such as BBC Radio One’s Reggie Yates. All is rounded up by many faces from urban movie regulars such as Arnold Oceng, Femi Oyeniran, Shanika Warren-Markland and introduces newcomer Jason Maza within his first major role as character Kenny, a slightly psychotic teen determined to ensure his friends stick to their promises, while enlisting a friend to capture it all on video.

Tackling subjects such as teen pregnancy, self harm, sexuality and eating disorders amongst others, Arjun Rose states the characters are realistic.

“They’re all kind of based on people and experiences that I’ve had myself. I know those characters quite well. I know the girl who hears voices, I know the girl who’s bulimic and Archie and Kenny were sort of based on myself, but the different sides of me.”

When a classmate is found dead in her room, her friends agree that she had a great idea and so make a pact to end their lives together and join her. Sharing a major secret strengthens the bond between them, helping them to see similarities within each other. The pact is at risk, as are the teens, they soon realise they’re being picked off by a masked murderer. Although officers investigating the crimes believe the culprit is within the group. As they continue to look out for each other, a love story emerges creating another story within the storyline, providing unexpected twists for the remainder of the film.

Will the officers find the real culprit? Will the young lady who goes screaming into the dark woods finally find salvation? Will Kenny succeed in making his friends stick to their pact? All is soon to be revealed…..

Demons Never Die is released in cinemas nationwide on 28th October 2011

New Video: Don't Forget To Call

Incisive ft Yasmin Baker

Friday, 21 October 2011

Interview: A Q&A session with Wyen Solo

What is your musical background?
I started singing at a very young age, I took part in many school plays growing up and I just loved being on the stage entertaining people. At 12 years old I went to a workshop where I recorded my first ever track 'I’m Going To Try' and from there I knew that's what I wanted to do. I went on to study music in college after I received the necessary grades to get on my course. Now 5 years on here I am.

How did you break into the industry?
I was introduced to the owner of a music label by a family member. At the time he had been saying he was looking for a singer. We sat down and had a meeting, then before I knew it, I was recording my first single.

Did you find it hard to get people to take note of your talent?
I still find it very hard to get people to take me seriously as I have come up via two different routes. Doing the underground thing, which is fun, but also in a sense being involved in mainstream work such as the Universal compilations and receiving award nominations so early on.

Your first two singles have featured on Universal compilations, how did that come about?
I believe that if you put the work in, you will receive great outcomes. I have written every song I have recorded. My first two singles 'Smile' and 'Take Your Time' are two of my favourite songs. I believe luck had a lot to do with being featured on the albums but I also think communication and teamwork also played a big part.

Bobby & Steve and executive producer Michael Hughes done a house remix of your first track Smile, what has it been like working with them?
It was really fun working with these guys, especially as they are well known within the house scene. As soon as I heard the mix I loved it and couldn't wait to perform it live.

I know you’ve been doing a few performances, how have you found the various experiences?
It’s so funny I have done so many performances over the last six months and all of them have been different... Big crowds and small crowds yet I still feel so nervous it’s unreal! I try my best to channel the nerves into adrenaline, but I wouldn't stop performing it’s one of my favourite aspects of the job.

Is there any particular one that stood out to you?
I enjoyed doing Groove Odyssey, which was to over 3000 people. To see that many people is so over whelming, but then to hear people singing along to your songs and sticking cameras and phones in your face, it’s an amazing rush that you wish you could experience every day. 

I hear you’re also working on an album at the moment. How is that going?
I refer to the album as my baby. It takes time to grow, but you know when it arrives it is going to be this precious creation that you’re proud of and that never gets old. You love it more each day! I haven't given out much info on the album, but I can say it’s like an exciting juke-box!!!

Are there any other artists or producers you would like to work with in future?
My list of people I would like to work with is never ending… Lewi White, Will Smith, Devlin, Ed Sheeran, Rihanna and definitely Adelle.

Have you signed to a label as yet?
I'm not signed to a major label as yet, but I am with an independent label. I find that once you’re with a label you see so many different aspects of the industry and see your building your name as a brand... You almost want to be very hands on with the business side as well as the practical side.

Do you have management?
I do have management who again tend to deal with the business side of things, but like I always say to people, just because you have management don't take that as a reason to get lazy. You’re the product and you’re the brand, so be as involved as possible as it’s all learning.

We have heard that you are getting lots of love from Canada, the US and in the Bahamas, how do you feel about that?
I love the fact that I'm at the beginning of my career and all ready I have an international following. I can not wait until I'm in a position to be touring and meeting all these amazing people who message me and download my music. It’s so nice knowing that although I appeal to people in the UK, people overseas also enjoy my music.

Is there anything else you have coming up that you’d like everybody to keep an eye out for?
I’ll be attending the BEFFTA awards as I have been nominated for best female act. It’s very exciting I have all ready won a 'Top Star' award this year for ‘Smile’ so to be up for another award is really exciting. I'm planning to be busy over Christmas doing gigs, which I will post on my Facebook fan page and my Twitter.

Where can people find you on the web?
I'm on Twitter @wyensolo and I have a Facebook fan page ‘Wyen Solo’. I have also started a blog so check that out at

Wednesday, 19 October 2011

OUT NOW!!! Fuzzy Logik ft Myshy - Playground

Fuzzy Logik and Myshy return with friends for one of the hottest remix packages spanning across nearly all electronic dance genres. Suitably coinciding with the release of 'Playground!'

Dexplicit supplies a 'Grime Mix' that is already receiving strong support from Logan Sama and other grime affectionates.

Hot House & Funky producer Matt IQ (IEQ Records) continues to build his own reputation providing two sizzling mixes. Classic Electro House vibes on the 'Main Room Mix', and cool avant-garde retro electro vibes with the 'Electastic Mix'.

Topflyte provides the Classic UK Garage energy complete with warping bassline. A brilliant fusion perfect for DJs/Fans strongly supporting the re-emerging 2 step sound but seek that modern edge!

AudioTherapy give an infectious speaker rumbling Dubstep/UK bass vibe for those who love their bass dirty, biting and gritty!

In addition is Fuzzy Logik's very own VIP mix which will only be available for purchase. Once you've heard it, you'll want to be a very important person who has it in your possession!

Monday, 17 October 2011

New Music: Demons Never Die Soundtrack

Demons Never Die is making a stance across the urban media at the moment. When the cast was released it caused a storm, the premier caused a storm, the film itself is still imminent with cinema release on the 28th October. Now... the Demons Never Die soundtrack been released!

Taken from the Demons Never Die Soundtrack

Boasting a high calibre of UK artists including Jessie J, Tinchy Stryder, Devlin, Wretch 32 and Maverick Sabre, this soundtrack definitely has something for everyone!

New Music: Natalie May - MayDay EP

The teaser video was previously posted on the blog... Now Natalie May has released her Mayday EP to enable us all to be able to be blessed with her diverse talents across the UK dance genres in which she has worked within and more.


New Music: Donaeo - Indigo Child

Regarded as a leader of the new skool, pushing all things UK forward, Donaeo has finally released a compilation of music for all his die hard fans. Indigo Child has been gifted as a mixtape available for free download, much to the glory of all the UK Funky supporters who struggled to have most of the music readily available to them. Something Donaeo has never held back from those who love his music.

Indigo Child is definitely another step in Donaeo's journey of musical growth. With many more vocal treats in comparison to his previous album Party Hard. Not to be mistaken for a slow ballad mixtape, Indigo Child also holds some faster tempo catchy tracks which will get in your head without you even knowing it.

Get your copy of the Indigo Child mixtape here!

Favourite tracks:
Move To The Gyal Dem

Friday, 14 October 2011

New Film: Machine Gun Preacher

Plot Outline: After renouncing his outlaw ways, Sam Childers embarks on a spiritual path, becoming a warrior for the desperate and helpless children in a war-torn country in Africa.

Starring: Gerard Butler, Michelle Monaghan, Madeline Carroll, Kathy Baker and Souleymane Sy Savane

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New Video: Tell Me

A.L. (produced by Footsteps)

Look out for the remix video soon to be released....

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

New Video: On The Ball


Chipmunk Dropped?

There has been heavy speculation regarding whether Chipmunk has been dropped by his label Jive (Sony) due to a reshuffle and a desire to cut costs. His track Champion which featured US R&B superstar Chris Brown is reported to have cost £90,000 for the feature alone. With costs like these, Chipmunk's latest chart positions have not been viewed as value for money. Costing more revenue than he is bringing in.

Add this to his recent Twitter rants and the comments made on his recent F64 with SBTV, does the news of him being dropped really come as a surprise?

It hasn't been officially revealed that Chipmunk has parted ways with his label, but to many industry insiders this comes as 'old news'. Reports are currently being rubbished, but eventually time will tell.....

UK Film: Sket

In Cinemas 28th October 2011

New Music: MayDay EP

Following the recent Frank Ocean cover video, Natalie May is now letting us know what is on her forthcoming MayDay EP.

Have a look at the showreel...

Make you support it when released on 17th October 2011

May Day EP Playlist:

Sexy Sexy
Clothes Off
Don't Wanna Hear a Word
Tell Me
Trophy Girl

Event Review: ILUVLIVE 10th October 2011

Back at XOYO for another helping of ILUVLIVE, the house is aptly filled for a night of entertainment from Bex, KOF, Molly, Dele, Lioness and headliner Donaeo who is celebrating his single launch. DJ Amzee in the wings, host Ras Kwame gets the show underway...

3ree-D; open mic winner at the previous ILUVLIVE, gets straight into his set. Interacting well with the audience in between tracks, he shows personality as well as talent. The atmosphere has been created for the night.

Mood reading as mellow and receptive, it's perfect for Bex who kicks off with 'Don't Mean A Thing’ that’s boasting a strong carnival feel and encourages euphoria. While a larger stage presence was heavily craved during her performance, the quality of her music shows she has great potential as an artist.

As Lioness steps on stage, a spell is instantly cast upon the audience as she drops 'Bomb', bringing all to a stand still, strictly focused on the stage. Later joined by songstress A.L. for 'All You Need', the duo overpower the venue with their vibe. Heads bop in unison, some not frightened to bubble away like they're in their own living rooms. Lioness finishes up with 'Mona Lisa' exiting the stage to a well-deserved rapture of applause.

Molly follows up, opening her set with an acoustic number 'It's You' which is received well by the audience. Slowing down the tempo with 'Pray for You' bringing it back up for 'Shadows' completing an entire set of sheer class.

After a short interval Dele takes his place and it's immediately his vocals serenade the entire female capacity within the venue as he treats ILUVLIVE to a couple of covers prior to getting into a some of his own tracks. His last number 'F U Right' created a strong level of steam in the air. Dele has turned ILUVLIVE into Seduction Central!

Continuing the slow tempo, KOF starts his set with 'Looking At Me', gracing the audience with his smooth tones. Keeping the audience entwined within his groove for the remainder of his time on stage, KOF performs a memorable set that leaves the audience wanting more.

Finally Donaeo takes to the ILUVLIVE stage and kicks off his set with 'Check My Swagger Out' immediately getting the audience rocking. Shaking them up a little more with 'I'm Fly', the audience are skanking hard and practicing their funky moves. Giving everyone a chance to cool down 'Love Is The Word' reminds the audience of the treat that is Donaeo's soulful vocals, often overshadowed by up tempo beats. Joined on stage by Terri Walker, the audience are shown exactly what it sounds like 'When Angels Sing'. Taking it back to the anthem ‘Party Hard’ Donaeo closes the show making way for the open mic session to decide who will be opening the show when ILUVLIVE returns on on 24th October.

Gaming: PES 2012

This game has been tipped as the football game for footballers.....

Available on PlayStation & XBox, I'll be asking the guys whether they agree....

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New Music: Earthquake Remix

Labrinth is currently running a competition for producers to remix his latest single Earthquake....

This is one from Delerious that I like quite a bit!

Labrinth - Earthquake (Ft. Tinie Tempah) (Delerious Remix) by DeleriousPro

What do you think?

Healthy Living?

As an individual that has always felt that my lifestyle was active enough to not require me to undertake any exercise, I've recently become very weight conscious. Growing towards the end of my young adult period of life, I'm aware of curves forming in the wrong places and do not ever wish to be a friend of cellulite. Days when I would carelessly tuck into a double chocolate chip muffin from Starbucks for breakfast are truly over... Now every cake, packet of crisps and chocolate bar all have one name "Weight gain". Exercise has now become an important way to start my day (after been told on numerous occasions that this is the time of day when it has most effect) and feeling peckish now calls for a helping of fruit instead of a packet of Walkers crisps.

With this living healthier way of thinking coming in to effect, I've started to explore the other benefits exercise can have on life in general. Like the endorphins that are released during exercise that combat stress and the fact that exercise helps to maintain a more efficient immune system. Not to mention that various parts of my body now physically feel more supple, increasing my flexibility.

I never would have thought that exercise could help with battles against the more serious illnesses such as cancer though. Have a look at this video from Macmillan...

Makes you think doesn't it?

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New Video: Wildthing

Kosha ft Tania Foster & DJ Bizzy B

It's been a while since Kosha released his last video (What You Want), but he has consistently promised that he hasn't gone quiet and fallen off. In fact, he's been behind the scenes continuing his graft on the quiet. During an interview he had let me hear a few bits he had been working on, so I've known first hand that the productions awaiting to be brought to light are of sheer quality.

Teaming up with Tania Foster, known for her feature on Roll Deep's Greenlight, this one was one of those tracks....

Look out for his forthcoming EP

Tuesday, 11 October 2011

New Video: Earthquake

Labrinth ft Tinie Tempah

New Video: Nightlife

I came across this artist a few years back when the K.I.G. Family first started to make impact on the music scene. As time has gone by, there has been a few projects formed at the hands of Noble.

Now releasing his own material, the latest track sees him teaming up with Soloman (from legendary band Aswad) to bring 'Nightlife'.

Do you feel the video is a fair reflection of the nightlife?

Monday, 10 October 2011

Is Beyonce really pregnant?

I'm not usually one to be bothered about media gossip, but after so much excitement was in the air about Beyonce and Jay-Z reproducing, I had to look at this picture with a VERY keen eye!

Is it possible that the belly is in fact a cushion!? Beyonce say it isn't so!

Interview: Fuzzy Logik

After making himself a valuable asset within the UK Funky emergence, Fuzzy Logik has consistently provided high calibre music loved by the DJs and ravers alike. Letting the music speak for itself, his attitude towards the scene has always been to remain elusive and not get involved in the highly political events that have been common throughout the genre’s existence. Although Fuzzy Logik has remained a respected character, his personal thoughts and background influences are yet to be explored as a result to his desire to focus on the music. After many years of consideration, Fuzzy Logik has finally agreed to allow me to expose him…

In your own words, who is Fuzzy Logik?
Fuzzy Logik, a quiet, humble one man band, often confused as a group of producers, but nope, its just one (laughs). The original idea behind the name, was to come with a style that doesn’t fit under any umbrella of genre, but borrows from them all… Because I love them all. My style is that I’m influenced by everything from the past and present, as I am a massive fan of all music first and foremost before doing my own productions

UK Funky Producers
You’ve been regarded as a leader since the emergence of the UK Funky sound, what originally got you into the music?
I’m not sure. I’m not going say I know the A-Z of funky roots, but I did love tracks like Fish Go Deep’s ‘Cure and the Cause’ (Dennis Ferrer mix) and tracks by producers like Copyright, Masters at Work and DJ Gregory, like a lot of the producers at the time. But I wanted to do my own spin on that style of production, complete with other sounds that I’m a fan of…

Many producers have fallen away from the sound since then, what has kept you loyal?
I’m not sure if I’m “loyal”, I just continue to do what I’ve always done and that’s try to keep things fresh and varied. Change the formula a lil bit here and there.

Do you feel that MCs are a necessary component to the UK Funky sound? Why?
A highly debateable topic… I wouldn’t say they are necessary, but they definitely add another dimension to the sound and can bring an extra vibe to liven things up. Whether they are needed is a personal choice to the raver/listener.

How would you describe your own unique sound within the genre?
I would describe my sound as melting pot of different genres together, using sounds from both the current and yesteryear, making it easier for people to get into. My goal is to always get people to listen to my vocal tracks as songs, rather then thinking of it as a genre. Just like when I grew up listening to all those classic Stock Aitken Waterman, or Motown records, I wasn’t thinking, oh this is soul, high energy or Chicago house. I just thought “Ok so this is the artist, good song, I like the beat”. I think that as we get to a certain age, we start to look at things as genres, and put things in boxes. Even thinking one genre is superior to another..... Obviously the ones we are into (laughs).

‘The Way You Move’ is known as a favourite instrumental within the Funky scene, what is the Fuzzy Logik recipe when composing?
Fuzzy Logik’s recipe for composing is simplicity, and variation… Always keep it simple!!

Fuzzy Logik on the buttons

What tips would you give to someone aspiring to be a producer?
The best tip I can give to an aspiring producer is simple really, but one of the best. Music production to me is like 80% listening. Listen to music, music and more music. Once you’re quite knowledgeable with your music, the rest will be easy. Hence why a lot of DJs are great producers. Also, learning a bit of music theory, such as scales, chords, will help you to communicate your ideas a lot better.

Are there any other genres you’ve experimented with?

Who are your musical influences? Why?
Wow, there are so many, it’s actually hard to begin. I love so much music, its crazy! Well I grew up on a council estate and as many people will know, that brings a whole mixture of different cultures and musical tastes; such a big melting pot of sounds and backdrops. So from early on in my life I have been exposed to the obvious sounds by my parents, such as reggae and soul. But then growing older, I got hooked on Stock Aitken Waterman records, Madness, Loose Ends, David Bowie, Kate Bush, The Clash, Bob Marley, Soul to Soul, Madonna, The Beatles and so on. It really does go on…

Do you participate in any other creative arts?
Nah, apart from staying elusive… (Laughs)

Your first vocal track ‘In The Morning’ featuring Egypt was signed and released under Virgin Records. How did it feel to have your work recognised at a higher level within the industry?
Good and Bad. Good because yes it does finally mean that the industry is taking note of what you’re doing. Bad because you only begin to see people’s true colours and intentions once the signature is on that dotted line.

Your remix work has also been highly favoured, do you apply a different production angle when remixing?
Yea, I guess so. I guess it depends on what the person wants really. If they’re not sure what they want, I’ll try a few drafts, send them to the person, and let them pick which direction. Kind if like how a logo/graphic design person would work. Sometimes the person might have a clear idea of what they want right from the get go.

Would you turn down a remix if you didn’t like the original track?
Yes, most definitely. But the opposite is also true. I may like an original track and I will always try to give it my best. I’ll try it in many different ways and if it hasn’t gelled together too well, I’ll just call it a day.

You’ve never been known to get involved in the UK Funky politics. In such an opinionated scene, how do you refrain from getting drawn in?
Nah, getting involved in politics won’t benefit anyone. That was something I laid out from the beginning; just concentrate on the music, stay out of the rest. The only opinions I really care about are feedback from the DJs/ ravers who support what I do.

Since ‘In The Morning’ you’ve collaborated with other artists. What do you look for when seeking a vocalist?
I look for artists that are vocally different, providing something completely original and can add another dimension to what I do. I like artists with interesting tones, who have their own style and aren’t afraid to try something new!

Teaming up with Jada Pearl for recent release ‘All My Love’, what’s the message behind the track?
You’d have to ask Jada, she wrote it herself. Jada shows great promise of being a good songwriter. How that track came about was I sent her the demo track, then one evening she sent me a rough clip via BlackBerry voicenotes. Can’t remember if it was this track, but I think we went back and forth a few times. Then we arranged a day to record and here it is! I rarely get involved when songwriters write songs, unless, the story doesn’t make sense. But I’m quite old school in that structure rules, and there has to be a good pay off!

Released in September under Safe & Sound, what kind of feedback have you received?
It’s interesting… Some DJs swear that it’s UK Garage, some DJs say R&B. When the genre is debateable I love it. When that happens, it means I’ve done my job because it means it’s just music that people can appreciate. We had early strong support from DJs across the board for ‘All My Love’, from big scene heavyweight DJs such as Marcus Nasty, Cameo, Roska, FunkyStepz and also loads of support from pirate DJs up and down the country. So yeah, it’s good!

What does the future hold for Fuzzy Logik?
The future for the Fuzzy Logik sound, is going to be what it has always been, experimenting. Regardless of genre… I hate pigeon holes. I’ve also set up two labels. One called Beat Machine and the other World Class Music, which is an outlet for both myself and a team of up and coming producers to come through. Should hopefully be some exciting projects forthcoming through there… The first release on World Class music is Myshy - Playground, which is due to be released very shortly and includes loads of remixes from other producers such as Dexplicit, which has already been picked up by Logan Sama.

Playground and All My Love are very different songs. Does the Fuzzy Logik sound differ to suit the artist?
Yes, it’s most definitely a tailor made thing for each artist. I like to make a production that I feel brings out the artist’s vocal characteristics and a sound that works well with their style and image.

How did you go about selecting producers for the Playground Remixes?
I enjoy working with musicians who are talented, hungry, passionate about making music and aren’t afraid to be different and not "fit the mould". I just asked them to do what they do, not what they think I want them to do and I was extremely pleased with the results! That’s how I got the mixture I got for this package. I want to send a big shout out to Dexplicit, Matt IQ, Audiotherapy and Topflyte for getting involved. Also special shout out to Nick Harvey for providing the contacts for some of these guys.

Where can people find out more about you and your music?
I’m in the process of setting up a website/blog. But for now you can find me on the usual, via twitter (@fuzzylogik) and on facebook (

Before I go, I just wanna send a massive shout out to all the DJs who have supported me from day one. There’s so many but Marcus Nasty, Supa D, Footloose, Pioneer, and Cameo were early supporters. There’s so much more but I don’t wanna offend by carrying on to mention names and leaving anyone out but I appreciate them all, it’s all love. Last but certainly not least, a massive shout out to Chris Roohan and all at Safe and Sound for signing the All My Love and doing what they can to spread the sound.

Buy All My Love ft Jada Pearl via iTunes
Buy Playground feat Myshy via iTunes