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The Wild Army Q & A

We asked the mercenaries and outlaws of The Wild Army a few questions.

If you had to join an army, which one would it be?

Mr. Tea – The Army of Dreamers (ask Kate Bush).
Benjamin Eh (Ben Arnold) – The Salvation Army.
Leca Lecara – Wild Army.
Leon Sweet – Vinyl Rotator & Button Flicker – Rebel Alliance Special Forces, with Chewy by my side.

What’s the wildest night you’ve ever had out?

Mr Tea – A night that ended with an orgy with the entire cast and crew of Lord Of The Rings still in costume.
Benjamin Eh – A night out with the Salvation Army at Amnesia, 1983. I still have the trombone burns.
Leca – Must be some of them good old rave nights back in the days. Used to go proper out of hands.
Leon Sweet – Ha! I’ll save that for my memoirs 

Favourite monster flick?

Mr Tea – The Thing. Easily.
Benjamin Eh – Jaws II.
Leca – Godzilla. Insane special effects!
Leon Sweet – Jaws, that dead dude in the bottom of the boat made me jump so fuckin’ hard I kneed myself in the face and cut my lip watching that film as a kid.

What bit of studio gear are you currently rocking the hardest at the moment?

Mr Tea – I just picked up a rare Soviet Synthesizer called the Opus. Pics to come.
Benjamin Eh – The Korg Minilogue.
Leca – Riding my beloved Elektron Trinity rack, Octa, Rytm & A-4.
Leon Sweet – Maschine Studio, Fifth Mode was produced entirely on it.

 

 

HEAR THE WILD ARMY VOL 1 HERE

 

 

Lecahuun

Here’s an snap of Kahuun and Leca from the Paper Recordings weekend

in Oslo.

Kahuun & Leca

2 men, one scooter

 

Paper Cuts #1 Oslo launch party

Paper and its DJ family continue to spread its deep house and disco blends across the continent with another of its infamous Scandinavian knees ups…

DJ Leca, Kahuun and Flash Atkins hit Oslo

Paper Cuts launch at Turkish Delight, Oslo

PAPER CUTS # 1 PREVIEW

PAPER RADIO – FEB ’12

The Paper Radio show is a podcast presented by Ben Davis (Paper Recordings/Flash Atkins).

Showcasing music from Paper‘s past, present and future it features interviews with Horsemeat Disco’s Luke Howard, The Dead Rose Music Company and Sleazy McQueen, who also provides a mix.

TRACKLISTING

Ralph Myerz – The Magik of You

Proviant Audio – Take Me Back…(Brennan Green Mix)

Luke Howard Interview

Double Exposure – My Love Is Free

Daco – Artificial Sweetener

The Dead Rose Music Company Interview

Stop The Car – Homebound (The Dead Rose Music Company Mix)

Hot Toddy – Some Time Last Night

Sleazy McQueen Interview

Sleazy McQueen Mix

Deep&Disco – Elisco

BG Baarregaard – Playboy

Gazeebo INTL – Bedroom Bullies (Sleazy McQueen Remix)

2 Billion beats – Factories & Pistons

Yaz – Situation (Dub)

We Need To Reconnect

We Need To Reconnect (Dicky Trisco Dub)

Session Victim – Keyboarder

Left To Devices

Ny*ak – Tenderly

Flash Atkins – Hard Days

Leca – Good Love Inhale

Those Norwegians – Da King Da Mazda

Research – Day By Day (Original Mix)

Harlem Zip Code – I Feel Music

Those Norwegians – Da King Da Mazda

Research – Day By Day (Original Mix)

Harlem Zip Code – I Feel Music

THE TREATMENT’S TOP NORWEGIAN CLUBS

Brukbar / Supa, Trondheim
Legendary bar with a legendary basement, Brukbar is the bar and Supa is the club with strictly good vibes represented on a Funktion One soundsystem.

Cafe Contra Bar, Bergen
Managed by Frank Lihaug, this place always seems to have great music, great people and a friendly atmosphere. People get down to all sorts of disco madness that starts off easy and ends up crazy.

Fugazi, Oslo
Really nice backyard boogie where the music varies but its usually a great experience. Last I checked it out, Toomy Disco was playing some dope tunes.

Turkish Delight, Oslo
Sort of a hidden gem in Oslo. I had the pleasure of kicking it there listening to a way out set by Erik Fra Bergen and hadn’t heard that much great boogie and funk madness in a while. I highly recommend this head for the headnodders. Such a delight!