Talented Friends

I met Gary Ellis whilst DJing at Bob Povey’s 50th B’Day (get well soon mate), we’ve always bumped into each other at gigs mainly Southport where we seemed to be watching the same DJ’s/Acts, little did I know the talent he had for editing tracks. Its always hard to critique friends music for fear of upsetting them. Gary sent me a track he had done under the guise of South Beach Recycling I panicked , it was so good I played it on my show the following weekend. since then the disco loving SBR has started to fly getting better and better with each edit resulting in his first EP “midnight riot” available now.

“light sabre” is real feel nice disco/bongo enthused uplifting mover, “he’s alright” is an edit of the staple singers “slippery people” one that ill be playing out for a long time. “love anybody” is a edit of Rim and Kasa” Love me for real” that brings it into the 21st century. for me personally the killer track is “running” reminds me of the feel that the Dimitri edit of  “Hooked on you” Cerrone gave me when I first heard it a proper disco feel good track.

The other thing about critiquing friends stuff is you don’t want to come across too gushy so listen for yourself

http://www.junodownload.com/artists/South+Beach+Recycling/releases/?show_tracks=all

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2 thoughts on “Talented Friends

  1. You could certainly see your skills within the work you write. The world hopes for more passionate writers like you who arent afraid to say how they believe. Always follow your heart. geeedcgdffad

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