(67 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Genius comeback masterstroke from GU, pick one of the worst dj's of all time. I'm still traumatised from hearing his train wrecking at Ultra 10 years ago.

What's next, Paris Hilton: Disneyland?

many thanks both, mucho appreciated.

New mix to end the summer, some cracking new tunes from prog legends Quivver and Blue Amazon, and amazing tracks from my favourite producer of the moment Bog. Enjoy...

https://soundcloud.com/jp-sykes/precipi … ember-2015

“Precipice” – September 2015 mix

01. ‘Travelling to civilisation’ – Namatjira
02. ‘Drawing board’ – Bog
03. ‘Taet’ – MUUI
04. ‘Unknown source’ – Namatjira
05. ‘Canyon (Omid 16B dub mix)’ – Paul Hazendonk, Noraj Cue, Sian Evans
06. ‘Love in me (Maceo Plex remix)’ – Laura Jones
07. ‘Wait for you’ – Quivver
08. ‘Everything remains the same’ – Quivver
09. ‘This is (Gabriel Ananda remix)’ – Donatello, Arnas D, Stefano Richetta
10. ‘Mantra’ – Bog, Andrea Ljekaj
11. ‘No return (Ian Dillon remix)’ – Blue Amazon
12. ‘We are here’ – Blue Amazon


1. 'Hypernova' – Marc Romboy
2. 'Drawing board' – Bog
3. 'Everything remains' – Quiver
4. 'Taet' – MUUI
5. 'Mantra' – Bog, Andrea Ljekaj

Oldie but goldie...

Ticket bought - in like Flynn


(345 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

MattBlack wrote:
j.p sykes wrote:

Just my sort of thread this, good work fellas.

If I had to sum up prog in one track it would always be this - absolutely lethal:

Always preferred this mix myself

They're all amazing to be fair. In fact on one of my classics mixes I started the set with three mixes of little bullet in a row!


(345 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Unbroken1 wrote:

...nice one Jamie, although Schtoom was always bettered by this one for me, the percussion epitomises this period of progressive IMO:

Absolutely love Havanna - I remember the first time I heard them was on a free cover mount cassette on DJ magazine or something similar I think around 1992.

This was always massive too, in fact anything on guerrilla or limbo is an instant classic:


(345 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Just my sort of thread this, good work fellas.

If I had to sum up prog in one track it would always be this - absolutely lethal:


(345 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Interesting question.

I would still describe the music Diggers plays as progressive house. It may be a bit closer to tech house at times, but if you listen to a long set from him it varies from deep house right through to techno, which is surely the point of progressive house – spanning a wide variety of styles that all hang together.

Some people think progressive house has to be uplifting / melodic etc, but I think its more of a style of djing than it is a style of music. The proverbial 'journey' if you like.



(344 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

shaunstrudwick wrote:

one of the best holiday reads:


Deffo. Flew through it last last week whilst by the pool.

Interesting juxtaposition between the kids nagging me for ice creams v.s psychopaths murdering hookers.

New mix from me ... blah blah ... loads of great tunes at the moment ... yadda yadda .... hope you enjoy listening as much as I did putting it together ... etc etc..


01. Sample from 'Dune'
02. C-Jay - 'BackSlider Part 1'
03. Maceo Plex - 'Wash away my tears (12" mix)'
04. Clarian - 'I was born in outer space
05. Alejandro Manso - 'Hd33564 (Ryan Luciano remix)
06. Quivver - 'Takin' over
07. Quivver - 'Time go by'
08. Leo Leal & Cosmic Cowboys - 'Quarzo'
09. Pedro Aguiar - 'Distant suns'
10. Maceo Plex - 'Solar Detroit'
11. Blue Amazon, Robert Owens, Alex Flatner - 'Never get it twisted ( Dosem remix)
12. Blue Amazon - 'Teaser 1'
13. Third son - 'How I feel (Petar Dundov remix)
14. Luzon - The Baguio track (Cristoph remix)


dutchy101 wrote:
furry wrote:

I find it perplexing how Brits equate guns to all the problems in the US. So you're saying guns impoverished these neighborhoods and not the obvious endless moral poverty? Bunch of Morgans you are.

I guess I'd rather find myself in a mass brawl in Wakefield than a gunfight in Detroit. Then again, if I ever find myself in Wakefield, being shot sounds like a good way out of there.

Massive +1 for Wakefield, scary place. Growing up, my options for going out were Huddersfield, Wakefield and Barnsley. A bit like choosing which torture instrument you would prefer.

Good call on Clacton too - had the 'pleasure' of going there a couple of years ago, horrific.

Special mention must go for Wigan - the times I had to wait in the train station for 3 hours for a connecting service after a full on night at Cream were nothing short of Vietnam level psychological warfare...

Amps wrote:
j.p sykes wrote:

Now your talking - always loved this absolute beast back in the day:

Would you have had that back at uni?

Yes mate, I'm sure it got whacked on the old turntables a few times...


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Nick Sneddon wrote:
erik.b wrote:

didnt he own Cheeky?

he was also part of Huff and Puff and Dusted iirc

yep - basically anything on that label was his. Went under loads of other names too, most of his 'Rollo Goes' stuff is great

Now your talking - always loved this absolute beast back in the day:

smallman1 wrote:

Here's my review - It's fcuking mustard.

Thread closed!

Looks top notch as per.

I'll be giving it the proverbial whirl later

Cheers Matt.

Yeah I love 'Flesh', it just seemed to fit with the weird vibe!

cheers chaps.

Da Millz - yes, the 'manifesto' tune is a belter...

jules72 wrote:

Sounds good JP

Cheers mate, I was quite pleased with it

Here's my entry for the Decoded Magazine Mix of The Month for July.

I tried to find the weirdest, trippiest tracks i could, but still keep a groove going. Hope you enjoy the trip down Fury road...


01. ‘Fury road’ – Sample from Mad Max
02. ‘A thought in mind (intro mix)’ – Danny Olivera
03. ‘Danza inquieta’ – Taster Peter
04. ‘Papageno 30 years later’ – Kolsch, War industry
05. ‘Everything we lost (Eric Volta’s doldinger’s revenge mix)’ – BOg
06. ‘Rekonektion’ – Danny Olivera
07. ‘Manifesto’ – My favourite robot
08. ‘Lost taxi (Henry Saiz & Marc Marzenit remix)’ – Dosem
09. ’Stardust’ – BOg
10. ‘Ramesses’ – Shai T
11. ’Stabs’ – Leo Janeiro, Sonic Future
12. 'Flesh' – Rich Lane
13. ‘Fury road’ – Sample from Mad Max



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MattBlack wrote:

No Manchester shows, disappointed in that

apart from the one on december 5th/6th?

would be well up for that - waiting for ticket details...


All three CDs are top quality, but as mentioned the third one is absolutely bang on.

Funnily enough I bought the package and listened to all the tracks individually first, and thought it sounded a bit monotonous. How wrong was I. There's the mark of a great dj right there - the mix is much more than the sum of its parts. The digweed magic touch does it again.

erik.b wrote:

Cracking  mix JP

Many thanks mate, much appreciated

cheers shaun.

and yes, big up to erik – top job!

“Heat” – Summer 2015 mixed by J.P Sykes

The weather is certainly hotting up, and so is the music that’s around at the moment. Here’s some of my favourite tunes of the summer so far, including a remix of a track that is appropriately from the classic film ‘Heat’, and a great remix from the board's own Erik B. Enjoy…


01. ‘Anatomic’ – Max Cooper
02. ‘Force marker (Jaap Lightart unofficial remix)’ – Brian Eno
03. ‘Shaeen’ – Lahar
04. ‘Bla’ – Finnebassen
05. ‘The big beach’ – LaPietra, Micah
06. ‘Osiris’ – Marc Romboy
07. ‘Reflections’ – La Fleur
08. ‘Rising tide’ – Black 8
09. ‘Julia’ – Bruno Caro
10. ’Down for whatever’ – Citizenn
11. ’You are’ – Citizenn
12. ‘4th bell (Henry Saiz remix)’ – Eekoo, Flowers & sea creatures
13. ‘Can heaven wait ((Jaap Lightart edit)’ – Luther Vandross vs MK
14. ‘Dancing in the rain’ – Lonya
15. ‘Venus (Erik Bruce remix)’ – Silinder
16. ‘Northland (Analog edit)’ – Microtrauma
17. ‘Bassporn (Guy Mantzur remix)’ – Robert Babicz
18. ‘Let’s prance (Art dept & Blud remix)’ – Aprohead
19. ‘The good way’ – Dosem, Supernova
20. ‘The border’ – Ian O’Donovan
21. ‘Buffalo’ – Robert Babicz