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Wildblood + Queenie’s April Gscene Wonders

However fleeting, that’s sunshine peeking through the clouds promising a summer of love and we reckon its time to prepare with some April wonders. First up is the must hear low-down shady slo-mo beats of Greymatter’s No Blood Without on Unique Uncut Records. Quality. As are the ever mind expanding adventures of electro, new wave, and EBM Hamburg heroine Helena Hauff’s A Tape on Dark Entries, the bleeps and beeps of Tenacity 2017 and the funk fuelled session that is Rebirth 10 (Remixed) on Rebirth. Girl those grooves are fine.

Also ticking our April box this month is the Tooting brilliance of Soulnaturals Love Says Yes! on British Soul Standard, the sublime sonic sensation that is Greg Gow’s Lost Days on Social Experiment Records and the twisted dancefloor delights of 
Anthony Parasole’s Infrared Vision 
on Dekmantel UFO.

Add our April besties courtesy of Terry Francis’ tech house opus Together on Hallucienda, Chopstick & Johnjon’s exquisite Reviewed 01 on Suol and the divine Hector Romero’s Weaving Genres on Nervous Records and yes, as Bourgie Bourgie sings, we are living the life. Enjoy.

Wildblood & Queenie’s April Adored 12”s

Bress Underground The Jam Roots For Bloom Those Shag Edits just keep getting finer and finer

Athlete Whippet Friend Of Mine (Severino Remix) Squareglass Warm-up for Horse Meat Disco at Patterns anyone?

Ponty Mython Black Magic Burnin’ Music And the prize for best band name goes to…

Sandy Turnbull From The Start Galleria Records Jackin’ soulful back to the old days house of the grand kind.

Scott Diaz Mistreated Grand Plans  Raw, soulful and perfect. Just how we like it.

Moullinex Love Love Love Discotexas Guaranteeing more disco spins than a kitchen appliance.

Tomson, Eddie Leader & Chez Damier I Am With You (Outboxx Remix) Hudd Trax A beaut of a track that will haunt you all summer long

Chez Moon Don’t Need You Anymore (James Curd Remix) Repopulate Mars Repopulate Miami EP getting us hot under the collar.

Robin Ball Acid Stomp Memory Box Making tunes as good as their parties memory Box deliver.

Astrocat Astrocat Honey Glazed Records Feline fabulous destined to keep your pussy wiggling.

Catch Wildblood & Queenie’s Home Service on RadioReverb 97.2FM DAB April 1st and 15th 19:00

Queenie’s Strip Service: Fit Pussies

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A regal moment with DJ OLi Leslie

Now March is upon us those nights out are beckoning more than ever! This month Queenie catches up with the gorgeous DJ OLi Leslie, a fella who is sure to put the spring in your step as you hop onto your nearest dancefloor!

Where can we see/hear you playing? I DJ all over the South East of England with regular slots at Thirteen in Guildford, Anjelique Bar in Horsham, Pryzm in Brighton, Unit 7 in Basildon and Club Chemistry in Canterbury.

What kind of music do you play? Very open format / multi genre. I really like to mix things up over the course of a set. If I had to choose one genre over the course of a night it would be house music.

Always a tricky question, but what’s your favourite song of all time? Haha good question, it’s always hard to pick just one as a favourite song is not always about the song itself, it’s about the memories it comes with!!! But I guess my true favourite is Infinity 2008 by Guru Josh Project.

What’s so good about playing in Brighton? It’s very diverse with people and clubs so it’s got a lot of choice and a lot to offer both to the customers and DJs. Plus everyone just seems happier down here.

What would be your ultimate place to DJ and what has been your favourite ever gig? I’m a big fan of playing at festivals and I’d love to do more. Dream would be to play at Creamfields or V-fest – mega-dream would be Ultra or Tomorrowland. My favourite gig would have to be the Exit Festival in Serbia I did last summer. The fact that half way through my set Guetta starting playing on the main stage made me worried people would leave…… But we still kept a packed out crowd.

Name a tune you wish you’d never played and why! If you mean one I put on that I instantly regretted then fortunately that hasn’t really happened. I played a current drum and bass track called Bricks Rolling when I was at Club Chemistry in Canterbury. Normally that song can give some serious crowd hype. However, despite hundreds of people on the dance floor only about 5 went nuts. Didn’t take me long to mix in the next song. However, this question has two meanings to me because I thought it meant a song I wish I never had to play but did! Anyway, that would be Shout Out To My Ex by Little Mix. Think the whole time that track was popular I only ever played it at the end of a night once due to popular demand. I personally wasn’t a fan!

What’s your guilty pleasure? I have many guilty pleasures. Love a bit of cheese and classics all the way up to a dirty bassline, but I don’t feel guilty about them at all. So they are just pleasures.

Describe yourself in three words! Tall, friendly, weird

Catch up with DJ OLi Leslie here Web | Facebook | Twitter | Soundcloud | Mixcloud

Wildblood + Queenie’s March Gscene Wonders

So like a rabbit out of a hat spring is finally jumping up before us and we have some mighty delicious tunes to accompany the light. If you want to ease yourself sweetly into spring then Chris Coco’s sound spiritual journey of discovery that is Return To Good Karma on Chris Coco Music will satisfy with its charming daydreams of Bali. As will the bliss beats of SCHiLLiNG’s Hella on Apparel Tronic. A magnificent mix of UK-rooted beats, Nu-Jazz, and jungle that will definitely impress you.

Other longplayers impressing us this month include the four-to-the-floor house and techno beauties of Octo Octo’s Where Are We Going? on Honey Soundsystem Records, the late night techno excellence of FABRICLIVE 91: Special Request, the welcome return of Jazzanova – The Remixes 2006-2016 on Sonar Kollektiv, the jubilant brilliance of Africa Gets Physical on, you guessed it, Get Physical and the all-killer-no-filler thriller that is Gradients on Astrophonica. A compilation to blow away the winter cobwebs.

As for our March wonders we’ll not be without? Be it the divine analogue ambience of Delia Derbyshire Appreciation Society debut album on Six Degrees Records, the masterful back to the good stuff Big Love beauty that is Re-Loved By Seamus Haji – Volume 1, the dreamy ethereal techno and electronica that is Xinobi’s On The Quiet on Discotexas or the sensational Mr. YT and his Brand New Day on Apollo Recordings from Balearic downtime to bumped-up funk March delivers it all. And we are all the happier for it. Enjoy.

Wildblood and Queenie’s 12” March Marvels

Hercules and Love Affair featuring Faris Badwan Controller Mr Intl They are back and they are magnificent. Time to be perfectly controlled.

Bearcubs Underwaterfall All Points Achingly beautiful immersive electronica that will always seduce you.

Severino featuring Princess Magnifique Smoking Classic Music Company Right proper house music from two of our favourite disco queens.

Medlar Shake It For Discos Only Bleeping brilliance destined to get you in a right sweaty spin.

Letherette EP3 Wulf Records Downlow grooves sexier than Barry White on full throttle.

Tom Jay Fallen (Original Mix)  Sense Traxx Fall for this house beaut and all will be well with the world.

Chicks Luv Us & SerGy Pop It  Cuff   Come Up EP action so sexy you’ll be coming up till dawn.

Seamus Haji I Saw Your Face Big Love Strap yourself in for a session of seductive low-slung grooves.

Lee Garrett Mind Swerve Digital Brighton’s finest delivers a groove so delicious you’ll always want more.

Radio Slave Feel The Same Rekids A tune of anthemic proportions we can’t get enough of.

Recloose & Son Of Sound ft. Mara Spirit Knows TK AUS Quality house from AUS delivering plenty of soulful sunshine this spring.

Catch Wildblood & Queenie’s Home Service on 97.2FM 1st & 3rd Saturday of every month at 7pm.

Wildblood + Queenie’s February Gscene Wonders

This month the tunes are as joyful as the hopes only spring can bring, yes its time to get loved up and heartfelt. First up is the jazz-fuelled delight that is Songs For Knotty by Ishmael Ensemble on the tasty (sorry couldn’t help ourselves) Banoffee Pies label. One for the lovers. As are the minimal and ambient wonders of S.A.M.’s Dream State Of A Bellmaker on Delaphine and the Various Artists delivering the spacey sounds of Slow Porn presente Prise de Vue 1 on My Favorite Robot Records – although probably best not tell your mum.

Longplayers guaranteed to engage the body this month include Alessio Modrian’s addictive synths of Nuove Tracce (Di Vita Su Marte) on The Dub label, the misty early morning beats of Call Super fabric 92 on Fabric, the brilliant Masai Volume One on Oleeva Records and the thrilling house showcase that is Techfui Family’s Components on Techfui.

As for those making our hearts skip a beat? It has to be the divine sounds of Culoe De Song’s Watergate 21 mix, the must-dance acid house undertones of The Mekanism’s Breath on Play It Say It and the glorious grime of Letta’s Redemption on Coyote Records. A moving moment in electronic music that will stay with you long after spring has bloomed. Enjoy.

Wildblood & Queenie’s Fab Feb 12”s

The Black Madonna He Is the Voice I Hear We Still Believe More uplift than a 1950’s bra and just the piano-filled perk we all need.

Justin Cudmore Forget It The Bunker New York Enough bleeps, addictive basslines and wiggly acid bits to please all.

COEO Mydonna Toy Tonics Our label of 2016 starts this year with an absolute sample corker.

Sami Kubu Warehouse Desire Nightshift Records Brighton’s finest delivers a right pier dazzler – 90’s house style.

Mount Liberation Unlimited Double Dance Lover Studio Barnhus A Stockholm discotheque delight destined to make everyday sparkle.

Daniel T Fahrenheit Cosmic Pint Glass A must-hear slice of bouncy house to keep you grinning this winter.

Sandy Turnbull Deep Inside Yourself / Going Back Galleria Records Filtered and spacey underground house cooler than a menthol infusion.

Marquis Hawkes Eivissa AUS Music If you needed one reminder why we need our Balearic heaven this is it.

Goshawk feat. Astral T My Heart Hudd Traxx A tune to fall head over heels in love with. Just how we like it.

Francis Inferno Orchestra Oasis and A Time EP Superconscious Records. Times may be changing but with Oasis happy times are comin’ your way.

Catch Wildblood & Queenie’s Home Service on RadioReverb 97.2FM 1st & 3rd Saturday of every month 7pm @homeservicefm



Wildblood & Queenie’s January Wonders

New Year. New grins. New wiggles. Yes 2017 is here (or almost here) and we couldn’t be more pleased. If it’s just a fraction better than the pervious twelve months then we are in for a corker of a year.

So here are some tunes to keep the groove on this January. First up is the brilliance of Rain City Blues by Luke McKeehan on Nordic Trax. Hidden treasures and must-hear exclusives nestle together to deliver a right delicious adventure in sound. As it does on Future Disco 10 – Complete. Repeat. A Disco Drama on Future Disco and the sweet techno sounds of Nina Kraviz’s fabric91. Doing the right thing for all.

If you plan on spending January hibernating then the effortless brilliance of Astrea’s melodic electronica Sleeping With Her on Perpetualis will deliver as will Glow in the Dark’s Future Bliss on Sonar Kollektiv and Masai’s VA on Oleeva Records.

And as for our moments of the month? They have to go to I-Robots presents Turin Dancefloor Express on Opilec Music, a retro disco-tastic collection of beats bound to please and Justin Robertson’s Deadstock 33s’ Everything is Turbulence (remixed) on Skint Records. Three words. Buy. Them. Now.

Wildblood & Queenie’s January Jumpers

Diasfunk Remember Me (Severino and Faber Remix) Hottwerk Records All January blues banished with this slice of disco house heat.

Hifi Sean Ft. Crystal Waters Testify (Le Mongrel mix) Plastique Recordings Bringing sexy back to house with a remix package to please.

Roog & Dennis Quin ft. Berget Lewis Igohart Madhouse Real back-in-the-day 909 stomper certain to satisfy.

Loveface Vs Crystal Waters Gypsy Woman (She’s Homeless) White A rework that brings the joy back to the late night rewind.

Jamie 3:26 & Masalo Testify Local Talk Get a witness to this wonder the moment you can.

Late Nite Tuff Guy Do U Wanna Get Down Midnight Riot Donna Summer sampling brilliance that keeps on springing back.

Steve Lawler People Having Sex Roush  Lawler + 303 lines + cheeky vocals + 808 claps = dancefloor bliss

Nolan feat. Forrest C’est La Vie Kittball 2016 belter still delivering New Year Brighton thrills.

Moonchild The Truth (DJ Jazzy Jeff & James Poyser Remix) Tru Thoughts Dope beats from Giles Peterson fave worthy of your attention.

Martin Brodin Funky Gura (Faze Action mix) Nine Lives Recordings The only action any self-respecting queen wants on the dancefloor.

Catch Wildblood & Queenie’s Home Service on RadioReverb 1st & 3rd Saturday of every month 7pm.

Queenie minces round the Xmas tree with DJ Josh The Barber

With that darned Festive Season around again forcing you to have the occasional night away from the dancefloor in order to stylishly erect your decorations, sometimes it’s good to do a spot of dancing at home. So in between wrapping up the odd gift, swigging a yuletide snifter and munching on a mincie there’s some arse shaking to be done. But what to rock around your Xmas tree to??? This month Queenie catches up with the lovely Josh The Barber to find the answer…….

Hi there Josh – it’s been a while! Where can we hear your marvellous melodies these days? Well I’m not DJing out much at the moment – I’m having a bit of time away from that side of things. So currently I am concentrating on music production and more DJ mixes for Mixcloud. To hear what I’m up to, check out joshthebarber on Mixcloud.

Always a tricky question, but what is your favourite tune of all time? Oh I’ve got lots of favourites, though Make My Love by Shawn Christopher always gives me goose-bumps.

What sort of music is floating your boat just now? I love nu disco and deeep house at the moment.

What do you think is particularly good about playing out in Brighton? Despite my current DJing break, I still love playing in Brighton as people are up for a great night out!!! Though it has to be said, the scene has changed a lot over the last few years……

Has there been a gig or mix that you’ve done recently that has stood out for you? I really enjoyed playing the Brighton Bear Weekender at the Latest Bar back in June. It was a very busy and fun night!

Name a track you wish you’d never played! I’m afraid to say I played a tune called Some Girls by Racey at my friends wedding. I hung my head in shame…..and so did everybody else lol!!!!

What would be your ultimate dream gig? I absolutely love DJing in the men’s tent at Brighton Pride. I feel very honoured to be asked to do it. So I think my ultimate gig would be to play a later set, when the party really gets going.

Josh The Barber’s December Delights 

David Keno I Like That (Original mix) Toolroom Records

Alex Gopher Smile (Vocal mix) Ultra

10 Digits and Simone Denney Calling Your Name (Olav Basoski mix) 418 Music

Soledrifter God Gave Us Rhythm (Original mix) King Of Groove

AudioLePitake Hold me Down (Original mix) PP Music