Ah, time to do a post I think. Here’s a collection of things I’ve been looking at this month: Superb ambient Spot The Difference game. I did this in about 30 minutes, without cheating once! Give it a go. Next time Brighton and Hove Council do something to get on … Continue reading
Crazy Penis have a new mix tape available at www.futureboogie.com. No tracklisting but it’s on a 70’s soul, deep house mashup vibe. Enjoy!
Download some Charles Webster, Moodymann, Theo Parrish and Ron Trent mixes at Bozman’s site. I’m getting into the 3 Chairs and Charles Webster & Moodymann mixes on Page 2. I’m playing a lot of Advance Wars: Dark Conflict on my Nintendo DS at the moment. Let me know if you … Continue reading
A great game as seen at The V Hive. Design your own album cover by following these rules: 1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Random The first article title on the page is the name of your band. 2. http://www.quotationspage.com/random.php3 The last four words of the very last quotation is the title of your album. … Continue reading
Today’s game is Dice Wars. It’s like a mini version of Risk where you have to roll higher than the territory you’re attacking. Good quick fun! Today’s ‘everybody is stupid’ moment goes to the news that Camelot are withdrawing a scratch card game as it’s too confusing. Yes, it uses … Continue reading
Yes, I’ve located some great new mixes for you to download. First we have an eclectic Charles Webster set (72Mb download | tracklisting) which is part of BodyTonic’s monthly podcasts by deep house DJs. Featuring tracks by Aphex Twin, Dusty Springfield, Prince, Joni Mitchell as well as Mr Webster himself. … Continue reading
I must draw your attention to some amazing free-to-download mixes by Brighton DJ Matt Pond. Matt has been spinning tunes locally for many years now and has kept his distinctive deep underground house sets up to date when many others have fallen back to the more commercial sound of lounge … Continue reading
Here’s all the online crap I’ve found interesting in July: The Story of My Sands – A look at the codewords used over tannoy systems. I well remember a Mr Sands on Brighton Pier and Somerfield. Heavens Above. Calculates where satellites and the ISS will appear in the sky. Apparently … Continue reading