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Broken Disco For Dirty Ladies Vol 2
November 27, 2007 07:44 PM PST
Yes ..its Vol # 2 of the renowned Broken Disco For Dirty Ladies…
But don’t think the Dirty ladies are still the same…nooooo!!!!
so now you know the dirty ladies are back , go ahead down load it, link it, send it to all
this is a Podcast only …. So be quick.. you never know how long it will last in cyber space..
Artist ... Tittle
August 26, 2007 09:10 AM PDT
This is a portion of a 6 hour Dj/live set, that was recorded live looking out on to Port Philip Bay....
here the vibe.. it's 8pm on a Friday evening in the peak of summer
so sit back relax.. and enjoy the ride..!!
bits used in this live recording..!!
a massive bag of records & a hard drive full of samples!!
FOKUS CD 1
August 26, 2007 08:58 AM PDT
Brewster.B Classic Nu-skool booty's...
Broken Disco For Dirty Ladies
August 25, 2007 08:34 AM PDT
This is a mix I made for the ladies...... why a mix just for the ladies you ask..
Bass This Swing That..??
August 17, 2007 05:00 AM PDT
this is volume 3 in the "BASS THIS" SERIES...
down load it burn it.. ..feel the bass..!! enjoy..!!
bass this swing that ..!!..
track list for the train spotters...
Brewster B : The DJ Story... There is a saying in dance music that â€˜the shit stops when the needle dropsâ€™ and the scene is littered with artists who wax lyrical about their own abilities but canâ€™t mix a drink. Conversely, the self confessed â€˜shy guyâ€™ Brewster B doesnâ€™t say too much himself but he has let his music do all the talking for 14 years and Australia has listened. To stand out in the sea of DJs in club land you really have to do something different and Brewsterâ€™s entire career has been characterized by being more than a little left of centre. Unlike rockstar aspirants who bum-rush the main floor, Brewster started out playing ambient rooms at â€˜Ye Olde Ravesâ€™, calming the nerves of the frazzled and merging everything from world music to more psychedelic sounds that were making their way out of Goa hidden in the lining of hippy suitcases. When main rooms started their insatiable drive towards harder music, it opened up the field for forward thinking musicians such as Brewster. There was now a massive musical patch for him to explore between Whale music and Hard Trance and just like the British Colonials in India he exploited the patch to the full, pushing breaks up behind chords and injecting a lethal dose of flat out funk directly into the heart of the chill out room. Much to the disgust of the main room bangers, Brewster was crafting an atmosphere to equal the main rooms. Instead of muscle marys with their shirts off there were hip cats with their heads down, shuffling to everything from dubbed out reggae and only the most acceptable strains of 2-step. Just like the DJ delivering the tunes, the crowd had no attitude and was musically open minded so it was only a matter of time before the breaks scene exploded and when it did, Brewster was leading the pack. Widely regarded as one of the hardest working DJs in Australia, Brewster has combined his regular club gigs with interstate and international bookings, as well as his radio show, â€˜Living in a Weird Worldâ€™ which received its name thanks to Andy Van and the typical musical narrow mindedness that Brewster loathes. From Monday to Sunday, the man has had his head in his music and it is only lately that he has begun to reap the rewards he deserves such as the TRM â€˜Quiet Achieverâ€™ Award which he won along with luminaries such as MJ Cole, Roland, Bushwacka! And The Plump DJs. 14 years down the track, Brewster is one of the few constant figures on the underground roster and has the enviable position of closing the now infamous 33 1/3 parties as well as playing almost every big gig from Vibes on a Summerâ€™s Day to the Big Day Out. There are a number of very good reasons why people in the know put their trust in Brewster but it basically comes down to one very rare trait â€“ Heâ€™s no rockstar. On a personal level heâ€™s humble but on a musical level heâ€™s not so far up his own arse that heâ€™ll lose the floor while jetting away on some obscure musical tangent. As the man himself says, â€œI want people to hear me play recordsâ€ and with that in mind he finds a brilliantly accessible patchwork of steppy breaks, ragga, drum n bass & Electro twisted beats and basically anything that will achieve his goal. No tags to narrow his selection, no bullshit to cloud your opinions, â€“ Just wicked grooves from one of the best in the game. Major Events & International Supports 1994 Autechre(live). 1995 DJ SS, Grooverider, DJ Rap. 1996 Carl Cox, Jeff Mills, Sasha & Digweed (Northern Exposure Tour). 1997 Vibes 97, Propellerheads & The Wiseguys, Kidloops vs Cool Breeze, Earthcore, Adam Freeland, Sunblock cd Tour (melb,syd,perth) E.P.T.A.S 16, New Years Eve 97 with Carl Cox, Darren Emerson, Norman Cook (aka Fat Boy Slim). 1998 Earthcore, Thomas Shumacher, Boiler Room at Big Day Out with Underworld(live) Roni Size, Fat Boy Slim, World Tekno Tribe Eric Powell, Fat Boy Slim (Melb Metro), Ian Pooley, Advent(live), New Yearâ€™s Eve- Kryal Castle with Patrick Lindsey(live). 1999 Cold Cut (live), John Stapleton(dope on plastic), Blake Baxter, Groove Armada, Minstry Of Sound Tour(F.S.U.K room), Aphrodite & Paco. 2000 Adam Freeland, Paul Daley, Rennie Pilgram, Jeff Mills, Asian Dub Foundation, Laidback, Soul of Man, Jammin Unit, Freestylers, Advent, Danny McMillan, Fat Boy Slim, Breaks Ahoy. 2001 Freq Nasty, Big Day Out, Vibes on a Summerâ€™s Day (supporting Tayo, Roots Manoeuvre & Freq Nasty) NuBreed (live), Earthcore, Breaks Ahoy II, Breaks Ahoy lll, Soul of Man, Krafty Kuts, Bronx Dogs 33.1/3 resident DJ supporting -Plump DJâ€™s, Tayo, Freq Nasty, Freestylers, De La Soul, Roni Size Adam Freeland 2002 Big Day Out, (supporting Athur Baker ,Peaches) NuBreed (live), Breaks Ahoy 4, Soul of Man, Krafty Kuts, Bronx Dogs-Dj Regal, B.L.I.M, Dj Dee Kline, 33.1/3 resident DJ supporting â€“Black Eye Peas, James Lavell (mo-wax) Cut La Roc, Resin Dogs, EK (live) Lo Fidelity All Stars, Bad Company, Kevin Yost, Panu (live), Lee Coombes, Dj Hyper Club Eden Singapore, Ministry of Sound tour with Krafty Kuts & Masters at Work, MeatKatie & touchÃ© Bentley Rhythm-Ace, B.L.I.M, Forshaw, Adam Freeland, Koma & Bones, Si-Begg (BuckFunk 3000) 2003 Freq Nasty. LTJ Bukum, Krafty Kuts, Freestylers, Cut La Rok, Hyper, Meat Katie, Lee Coombes, Meat Katie, tipper, dom & roland, Norman jay, Dj Sneak, Brain G, Dj Feirce., Nu-Breed , EK (live), Dj Mutiny, Rza (wu-tang), Plump Djs, B.L.I.M , Kraymon, Plastic Ray Gun Crew , Phantom Beats 2004 Rennie Pilgram, Stanton Warriors, Tayo, Drummattic Twins, Big Day Out, (boiler room) Klaus â€œheavyweightâ€ hill(2 sinners) nubreed, General Midi, Koma & Bomes, Aquasky vs Masterblaster, Freestylers, UberZone (live) Black Grass, Bad Company, Tali, Pendulum, Shapeshifter (live) Dexter, Drummattic Twins, Atomic Hooligan, Thievery Corporation, Phantom Beats, Groove Armada. 2005 Tiga, Andy C, Tayo, B.L.I.M, Krust & Die, MC Tali with Hollie G & Zaniah, ., Nu-Breed, FreQ Nasty, DJ Zinc & Klute, Plump Dj's, Scratch Perverts, Greenskeepers, Freeform Five, David Caretta 2006 Tayo, B.L.I.M, Nu-Breed, Stanon Warriors , Ali B, Lee Coombs, Dylan Ryhmes, Pendulum, Ils, Splitloop, Andy Smith (Portishead) Fresh. Shimon, London Elektricity & MC Wrec, Space DJZ's, Treva Whateva, Askillz, Zinc and MC Verse, Uberzone, Skool Of Thought, Plus One, Thomas Schumacher, Leeroy Thornhill, Ils, 2007 JDS, Ali.B, LTJ Bukum & Conrad, Slyde, Laidback & Robin 12tree, DJ Marky, Grooverider, FreQ Nasty, Concord Dawn, Smithmonger, Loose Cannons, Some other major events Brewster plays @ Hardware parties since 1993 Hardware Universe (Kryal Castle) since 1995 Belfast since 1996 Vibes On A Summers Day since 1997 Big Day Out since 1997 Two Tribes since 1998 (finished) GateCrasher since 2000 (finished) 33&1/3 parties since 2000 Breaks-Ahoy Since 2000 (finished) Fractured vs Fokus since 2001(finished) Advent*jah (Kryal Castle) since 2001 Stonefest (ACT â€“ ANU) 2002-2004 Dis â€“You Since 2006 Radio Shows Presented By Brewster.B â€œWEIRD GROOVâ€™Nâ€ (Every Friday @ Midnight) Tune into 3RRR 102.7FM Also Streaming on the web â€œSPANK DA BASSâ€ Get your ears Spanked with Bass Streaming radio anytime day or night www.straightup.com.au click radio shows then click spank da bass Brewster B: The Production Story Brewster is the sort of man who has an unhealthy fascination with gadgets. In fact, the Tandy Electronic Catalogue is pretty much a porno for him and you might even find one stashed under his mattress. It all started in â€™95 with a keyboard that has since been joined by a ridiculous number of machines that go bong, phhitt, splat and even the â€˜machine that goes pingâ€™ off Monty Pythonâ€™s The Meaning of Life. While working for Mushroom dance subsidiary MDS, word was spreading within the office of Brewsterâ€™s growing prowess as a DJ and connoisseur of weird beats. One of the in house labels â€˜Ozone recordingsâ€™ licensed his track Froghop for inclusion on their first CD compilation CafÃ© Boulevard. With an official release under his belt, Brewster now considered himself an official â€˜music producerâ€™ and strutted into his studio with a great deal more authority and confidence. There followed a string of releases for Ozone including Elements of Being which was thrashed on Triple J. Brewsterâ€™s involvement with sourcing of material for Ozone led to his own incredibly successful compilation of beats and breaks in 1997 entitled Chemical Lifestyle Vol. 1 through â€˜DanceNetâ€™. â€œ The compilation received strong national radio support through the Triple J network , 2SER FM & 3RRR FM with several announcers adding numerous tracks to their favourites play list. The success of Chemical Lifestyle Vol 1 resulted in a sequel which happily followed the success of the firstâ€¦ Itâ€™s no secret that Brewster is weird but it was all confirmed when in â€™98 he set up his own label â€˜Weird Worldâ€™ as a means of allowing him to push his tracks and particular sounds that took his fancy. The demands of the label were such that he had to leave MDS but thank God because heâ€™s delivered some crackers since blowing that pop stand (note subtle play on the word â€˜popâ€™) Dishing out everything from DuB style ambient sounds to aphex twin mayhem you can hear Brewsterâ€™s early days of Wall of Sound appreciation seep through big rolling bass lines and hats that are as tight as a ducks bum. His production talents have been recognised by overseas signings to AKA RECORDS UK, and his pottering with remixes has brought renewed interest from Australian major labels who seem to only just be catching onto the talent behind Brewsterâ€™s cheeky remix of the Hoganâ€™s Heroes TV Theme called Sargent Schultzâ€™s nightmare and Booty Time which have been devastating dancefloors for quite a while. Whether the majors catch on or not isnâ€™t really the point though â€“ The future looks very rosy. Discography Brewster B Solo Projects Brewster B â€œFrog Hopâ€ (Ozone) Brewster B â€œFrog Jamâ€ (Kiss FM comp Melbourne Medium Rare) Brewster B â€œElements Of Beingâ€ (Ozone) 12â€ + CD Brewster B â€œSmoke Ringsâ€ (Ozone) (Dub Cookies Mix) Disco Express â€œBooty Timeâ€ (Ozone) Brewster B â€œBooty Time Remixâ€ 12â€(Ballbreaker EP) Recyclers â€œSkin Upâ€ (DanceNet/Weird World) Brewster B â€œFreedomâ€ (Weird World) (Un-released ) Brewster B â€œHogans Heroesâ€ CD Comp -Variations To A Theme (Sony Foxtel/TV1) Brewster B â€œBass Axeâ€ CD comp - If it ain't broken, don't fix it ! (AKA RECORDS ) Brewster B â€œHanky Pankyâ€ (Weird World) (Un-released) Brewster B â€œBooty Time Remixâ€ (Re-released 2004 )AKA LTD Records 12â€ Brewster B & Shaun Keyt Co-Projects 2005-2006 Parametrix â€œW.O.A.R part 1â€(Weird World) (released on Melb shuffler DVD) Parametrix â€œMicroGrinderâ€(Weird World) (Un-released ) Parametrix â€œMicroRaveâ€(Weird World) (Un-released ) Parametrix â€œLike I Hate Youâ€(Weird World) (Limited Booty release) Brewster B & Kevin Karlburg Co-Projects 2006- Touch & Tell â€œPassport Controlâ€(Weird World & Pink Spunk) (Un-released ) Touch & Tell â€œBurger Timeâ€(Weird World & Pink Spunk) (Un-released ) Touch & Tell â€œGiejihnâ€(Weird World & Pink Spunk) (Un-released ) Touch & Tell â€œTorporâ€(Weird World ) (Un-released ) Remix Projects Brewster B â€œHogans Heroesâ€ remixed for Foxtel/TV1 (Variations To A Theme )(Sony) Gusto â€œmagic Carpet Rideâ€ Magic Bass Ride Remix (by Brewster.B) Central Station Records 12â€ + CD Little Nobody â€œBareâ€If? Records CD Comp The Un-friendly radio edit Remix by the Weirdo (AKA Brewster.B)
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