Heavily sampled on Butch’s LSD 25, beautiful bit of live guitar playing.
Fleetwood Mac – The Chain
Speaks for itself.
Whitney Houston – How will I know
A voice of a generation. as flawless recorded live, as on record.
Moby Dick – Led Zeppelin
Banger, been using this in DJ sets recently.
Ginger Baker – Cream farewell gig
Best drummer of all time?
Soulwax @ Durrr
Best live show I have ever been too, soulwax to a room of 150. Epic isn’t the word.
Rory Phillips – Mixed Fortunes live
Probably the best sounding live electronic band I have ever seen. Beautifully produced, do not miss it next time it happens.
Fela Kuti @ Glastonbury
Would have loved to have been alive to see Fela.
Marilyn Manson – The beautiful people
Massive part of my childhood, amazing showman.
Apparently I was conceived - post Metallica gig… Pretty cool.
This record live, is something else, massively Epic cover of Binary Finary’s trance hit.
South London-based Kiwi
has created a sound all of his own over the last 12 months, combining influences from disco, funk and house. 2013 has seen Kiwi (Alex Warren) announce a string of releases upon labels such as Needwant, Days Of Being Wild, Kitsuné, Jack Savidge, and Edwin Congreaves' much-acclaimed Deep Shit. Recieving support from Andrew Weatherall, Daniel Avery, and Erol Alkan to name a few, Kiwi
has expanded on his already hectic DJing schedule. As a resident at the Nest in the Dalston he has extended his monthly headline slot to sprawling four-hour DJ sets. This summer seees Kiwi hitting various places across Europe, including his first appearance in Ibiza and a number of festival appearances including the Bugged Out Stage at Field Day and Stop Making Sense festival.