General Jimmy

Writer / DJ / PR Manager / Fat Bastard

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Residents Rule – Ian Blevins

“If I had to pick one that changed how I looked at Djing and playing music it would be probably Theo Parrish one hazy morning at the Southport Weekender playing mid morning til close. Unbelievable music and fantastic programming. That for me is the most important part of playing records.”

My day job involves working with the delightful We Love… Space and part of that involves sourcing blog content. We’ve recently been doing a mixture of residents rule and Friends and Family posts, focusing on the unsung heroes of We Love (the regular residents) and the family that has been a part of everything they’ve done. North East jock Blevins was covered on this one; click the quote to see it in full glory.

And the announcements are due soon for their summer start. The first wave of artist are insane!

Southport Weekender Vol 9 – Mixed by Spinna & Mr Scruff

“Scruff first came to prominence in his native Manchester making hip-hop tapes in the early nineties; Spinna’s beat-digging led to a production deal with the backpack hip-hop label of New York, Rawkus records. And the attitude to ransacking genres to bring the party is pretty much a dual way of life for both. “

Hit the quote for a review of the said album over on Data Transmission. You can also check a mini mix of Scruff’s slections on the soundcloud below.

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