Right helped boy do maths and reading, now we go into studio to do some djing together!
Watch out for metaphi, prodigously talented young producer, amazing technical chops. Just needs some focus
Ting is, soundclash is a /record/, not a mix tool. Pity really but thats how it is. Took it out of scuba 3:2 tech, worked gr8
What is it about soundclash that makes everyone dance, it’s almost bizaare, everyone gets up when it comes on
Soundclash got all the girls dancing – as usual 🙂
@bok_bok not a producer, just a mentally good booty/gettotech/bassline/gutterhouse dj. Off cds. Dances! Rocks, i’ll try get him to d
I spent a delightful day at the distributor yesterday, stamping and marking each and every Lady Dub in the world. The finished vinyl was back from the plant a bit quicker than we expected so I hotfooted it over to Manchester – and there they were! Box after box of beautiful, crisp virgin vinyl.
Each copy now has the Devotional Dubz logo stamped on the bag (quite a nice bag for a plain white, actually), together with a mark on the centre. Most of them are like the pic below – “Lady” or “Lady Dub” in ink on the a-side, plus a somewhat distorted, flaked out logo stamped on the b-side.
The majority have some level of unique marking. For example quite a few just have this written on them:
Tat says “Rollage” in case you can’t make it out. There’s a bunch of different stuff.
It took hours, but it was worth it. I did debate with myself about whether it would be better to leave them as pure whites with just the logo on the bag. But in the end I decided more was actually more in this instance. The image on the bag does actually look really good – as you can’t quite see judging by this pic:
And the distorted logo on the label looks great, I think:
Lets hope this one sells – I’m mad keen to get on with the next two.