Daily Archives: August 28, 2012

Spooky x Deja Vu FM 27/8/12 – The Summer Of 2002

Easy people. For this week’s ‘Grimey Mondays’ show I took it back to the #SummerOf2002 with the tunes that were flying off the shelves of record stores during that summer a.k.a the birth of ‘grime’ music. These tunes were mashing up bare pirate radio stations & shows, youth clubs, raves and be heard blasting out on every estate in London. Also threw in a couple of my favourites from that time along with some undercover bangers and alternative versions of some big bangers. So click here or the logos for the download!

Spooky
‘Summer Of 2002’ Set
Deja Vu FM http://www.DejaVuFM.com
27/8/12

Corrupted Cru – G.A.R.A.G.E (DJ Narrows Remix)
End Productions – Are You Really From The Ends?
Mr Fidget – Chain Letters
Target – Earth Warrior
T’n’T – Nissi
Dom Perignon & Dynamite – Hungry Tiger
Wizzbit – Jamhot
Agent X – Killahertz
Sticky – Golly Gosh
Blazin Squad – Standard Flow (D’n’D Remix feat. Elephant Man)
DJ Wire – Believe Me
DJ Shorty & DJ Brownin – Friction
DJ Narrows – Want It Back
Bogey Man – Wales (140 BPM Mix)
Sticky – War Rhythm
Naughty – Pussy (DJ Hype Remix)
Platinum 45 feat. More Fire Crew – Oi! (Slim Ting Remix)
Sirus – Grouch
Sticky – Stuck To The Floor
Wiley – I Will Not Lose
Wiley – Eskimo
Wiley – Eskimo (Devil’s Mix)
Danny Weed – Creeper
Musical Mob – Pulse X
T’n’T – Unique
Corporation Of London – ROAR Beatz
Menta – Sounds Of Da Future
? – Pulse Y
Geeneus – Thunder
Wiley – Snowman
Blackjack – Dead Prez
Dizzee Rascal – I Luv U
Statik – Charge (The Heat Is On)
Jammer – Army
T’n’T vs. Outlaw Breaks – Transmission
Wiley feat. Flowdan, Breeze & Dom P – They Should Know
J-Sweet & DJ Cameo – Hi-Grade

Enjoy!

‘Spartan’ Spooky

Spooky – Code 9 (Released 3/9/12)

Hey all. Time to get my Yankee Doodle hat on as my new instrumental single “Code 9” drops on Monday 3rd September 2012 on the Hot Mom USA label run by RX and DMC champ DJ Shiftee and featuring remixes from Moony, Star Eyes and Wheez-ie. Check the promo video out below.

Here’s the preview of the main track:

Here’s the preview of the EP:

Here’s a few words taken from the review on the “Code 9” single by Tomas Frazer (read the full review by clicking right here):

Code 9 seems less complicated, less erratic and more focused than previous endeavours. My initial reaction upon first hearing it was one of quiet satisfaction as opposed to immediate rewind which may not sound completely positive but in hindsight, probably is. I think what I’m trying to say is that, for me, this is Spooky’s most palatable single release for some time. Whilst his flair for making 8-bar classics is obvious, Code 9 just seems that little bit more considered, more in keeping with the grime that is starting to make headlines outside the genre’s steely confines.

So that’s “Code 9” out on Labor Day for my USA crew (Monday 3rd September 2012 for my UK crew). Enjoy and support good music!

‘Spartan’ Spooky / Spooky Bizzle