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This Thursday Murlo is hosting his first Club Shirazz event at Dance Tunnel and we are so excited to be on such a wicked lineup alongside some of our favourite producers Deadboy, Florentino, and of course Murlo himself. There will also be a very special guest on the night who, believe us, you do not want to miss!
You can read what Murlo had to say about the event over at Dummy and he also put together a special spotify playlist (below) to get you warmed up for Thursday.
This NYE is going to be a lot! We will be joining friends and family Murlo, Akito, Rushmore, Seb, Iydes and special guest Throwing Shade at the Tropical Waste NYE party. All advance tickets are sold out but there will be limited tickets on the door at The Waiting Room on the night. Get warmed up by listening to some of the lineup featuring on the Tropical Waste on NTS show and see you on the 31st for the festivities! More info here.
To celebrate Notting Hill Carnival, we did a special carnival takeover of Radar Radio on Monday, with carnival mixes from Chief Boima Emily Dust, False Witness, Fireman Sam, Joey B, Murlo, Serocee So Shifty, Swing Ting, The Large and Vamanos. Stream or download the mixes below and cure your carnival tabanca.
Hipsters Don’t Dance with Serocee – Download here
Fireman Sam – Download here
Vamanos – Download here
So Shifty – Download here
Murlo – Download Here
Swing Ting (Samrai, Platt & Joey B) – Download here
Emily Dust – Download here
False Witness – Download here
The Large – Download here
Chief Boima – Download here
Continuing his need to remix every Mila J song, Murlo sprinkled his magic on this one. All kidding aside this is a wicked rework of a middling og. Murlo has some more magic up his sleeve coming soon.
It’s hard for us to write about this song. Murlo is incredibly talented and the way he works is unlike any other producer. We sometimes get the privilege to listen to sketches occasionally and sometimes we hear stuff fully formed. We have close to 70 songs of his that he has made over the years.
This one is a track that we love, from the initial sketches, to it being fully formed. I remember where I heard it the first time, I remember begging him to play it at raves (if only to somehow try and lift it from him). All the trials and tribulations only add to a song that I hope will be adding to his defining work. A song that we hope connects with people in the same way that other songs do.