I’m not a big drinker but I’m a sucker for gimmicky watches. The Japanese watch company Tokyoflash have added a breathalyzer and a hand eye coordination game to their Kisai watch, thereby allowing you to see just how drunk you’ve gotten.
Mr. Ho x
Florian and myself are massive Matthew Herbert fans, so when we first got the news that he was re-releasing a ton of his house tracks on a compilation called “Herbert Complete”, we got inspired to come up with an edit of one of our favourite dancefloor tracks from Herbert. By no means did we try to outdo this fantastic original, just added a little touches here and there to make it more compatible in our dj sets.
Hope you like it!
It is no secret that Lozano and myself are big Three 6 Mafia fans. With Christmas just round the corner, I might just get him this. In fact, I met get the whole crew one each so we can all have Dj Paul’s sauce on our meat (might taste good with carrots too Johanna?)
Alright, so the crew is ALWAYS on my case about not blogging enough. Well, I can’t help it if I’m a sensitive soul who likes to keep his deep thoughts and opinions to myself. Plus I’m lazy with this kind of thing.
Anyways, its no secret that I’m a big fan of slow jams. I mean, what’s not to like? Its jus the perfect soundtrack for where a man ti get all reflective and sentimental without feeling like a pussy. The experience is enhanced with a cigarette in one hand and a glass of hennessy in the other. And wearing a silk dressing gown. At 11am in the morning.
So, to kick start off this whole Slow Jam Sunday thing, I present you one of the most well known and wonderful classic slow jams of all time.
Its a bit of a read, but to anybody who makes and sells music its worth checking out what the author has to say. Thanks to Florian Blauensteiner for letting me know about this..
Read the article here
Shout out to Joris Voorn for being a firm supporter of Klasse Recordings!
That’s my jam right now!
Mr. Ho x
Alright, everybody at Klasse always complain that I never blog. I like to think of myself as the dude who posts only when he has some good shit for you.
First off I want to introduce you to a friend and talented musician who goes by the name of Eugene Tambourine. This guy took me to the best record spots in NYC last year, and also shared generously his vast knowledge of music. In fact, his edit of Donna McGhee “Make it last forever” was the inspiration behind my edit of the same track. You can get hold of Eugene’s edits here
Next up is some Austrian talent called Lee Stevens and the Beautiful People. Lee Stevens is a veteran dj from Vienna who spins the finest in disco and house, which you can definitely hear the influence his catchy productions.