- 7 years ago
About the show
Playing tracks by
Duff Step, Kultra 1, Mudd & Pollard, Mark E and Matthew Dear.
Disco edits are a bit of controversial subject at the moment, and anyone owning a personal record collection plus an impersonal computer can knock out a version of an old classic. Birmingham's Mark E is a different animal. His re-works of Womack & Womack's 'Baby, I'm Scared Of You' and Tata Vega's 'Give It Up For Love' seemed to have pushed the edit phenomenon to new levels, adding new elements to the production and that little uncertain niceness that separates the wheat from the chaff. A fact that led gentlemen like Gilles Peterson, Norman Jay, the Unabombers and Prins Thomas to champion released and unreleased Mark E productions. This mix takes you deep into the Birmingham-based producer's universe. E-njoy!