Paper labellers Crazy P kick off their Nu Disco Show for Ministry of Sound with Proviant Audio’s Hey, Lets Do It! followed third track by Daco’s Drip Dry.
It’s pretty hard to take seriously a recording credited to Crazy Penis but, in fact, the group’s A Nice Hot Edit With … is seriously good. The band’s A Nice Hot Bath With … appeared in 1999, so it’s no great surprise to hear the 2010 re-work sound so deliciously old-school; in short, if you’re a fan of Yore’s deep, neo-classic sound and the idea of a vocal-less Chic likewise strikes your fancy, you’ll likely cotton to A Nice Hot Edit With just as much.
The Paper Recordings Minimix 5 is all tracks from the re-launched label with stuff that has been out in the last 12 months or is about to be released. It showcases the label’s new generation of artists as well as some old favourites and has been put together and blended by Flash Atkins!
Look Forward And Back!
Flash Atkins : Make Your Move (Reprise)
Proviant Audio : Play your Own Game
Flash Atkins : Make Your Move (Ashley Beedle Mix)
Daco : Drip Dry
Crazy Penis : 3 Play It Cool (Brennan Green’s Long Hot Edit)
Crazy Penis : Do It Good (Crazy P’s “We Found The Parts” Mix)
Daco : Aquarium
Keyboy : OYB
Mat Playford : The Breath
Proviant Audio : All This Time
The By:Larm Festival in Norway are looking for artists for their line up this year.
Click on the link below and give leave a comment bigging up our new signings Proviant Audio so they get rebooked.
Oh go onnnn. :O)))
Norway’s upcoming new star Proviant Audio has just signed his new album with classic dance label PAPER Recordings.
They play either DJ-sets or with some of his partners in crime. Often, you might see as many as 12 men on stage. A liveshow that includes horns, percussion, rhodes, bass, drums and more. LIVE they use: laptops, turntables, trumpet, saxophones, trombone, vibraphone, glockenspiel, acoustic percussions, electronic percussions, rhodes, nord stage, synths, bass, drums and more.
PROVIANT AUDIO is Mathias Stubø – We guarantee a fun filled Journey for groove; think the best of Mr Scruff & Zero7 all wrapped up in a Stevie Wonder disco funk parcel and you’d be on the way there.