Sunday, February 22
On February 17th, Brenden Wesley rocked WMFO's Studio A with an eclectic (& a little bit hectic) mix of funk, disco, nu-disco, italo disco, acid house and even some reggae. He demonstrated some proper Dj craft and dropped a pair of exclusive tracks. Ennjoy!
James Brown - Dead on It (U-turn disco edit)
Skyy - Skyzoo (Larry Levan Mix)
Moustache (La Stache) - Blackjoy
Strafe - Set if Off
Loud E - Au Paradise
Woolfy - The Warehouse (Lee Douglas Remix)
Maelstrom - Bab's Cabs (Disco edit of 'If You Want Me')
Creatures of Habit - Lustre (Runaway's Lust Mix) [UNRELEASED]
Daniel Wang - Echo by Midnight
Farley Funkin' Keith - The Acid Life (Ext. Version)
Slim - It's in the Mix (Chateau Flight Remix)
Da Rhythm - A Special Groove (Dub)
Alan Braxe & Fred Falke - Palladium
Creatures of Habit - Lustre [Brenden Wesley orig.]
Third World - Now That We Found Love
In Flagranti - A Bag Mount
Check out his tracks on Amie Street.
Saturday, February 14
This Tuesday, February 17th, The Party Report's airwaves will ooze the great sounds of Brenden Wesley. In one word, this sound is disco. While this dude can mix, to call Brenden only a DJ would not tell the full story. Dedicated to the local scene, Wesley also has his hands in producing, promoting, serious vinyl junkie-ing, and even drumming. That being said, Brenden has a couple of things that he's working on...
First is his release on Bostson's Headtune Recordings, 'New Wave Hookers'. Look out for another release on Solar Disco this spring. Then is his party on Sunday February 15th (see below), featuring the likes of Chris Devlin (Spank Rock), John Barera (FTW), DJ Knife (Marinate, Fresh Produce) and Brenden of course. Then, In couple of weeks he & DJ Supreme One will be starting a REAL Disco weekly, Disco Connection, at the Middlesex Lounge on Tuesdays. And lookout for Sunday's March 1st & 8th at the Phoenix Landing, which will feature Brenden alongside some veteran DJs, both of whom have links with DFA, one of my favourite labels.
Tune in this Tuesday @ wmfo.org from noon 'till 2!
Sunday, February 8
It was rather snowy outside. PJ Gray, who DJs Galactic Fractures on Sundays, was unable to make it to his usually soul-filled show. I felt the need to help a DJ out, so I substituted for him.