Biog: Press / Reviews

Biog: Press / Reviews

PRODUCTION:

“consistently high quality” 4/5
(MUZIK MAGAZINE)
“a solid series of jazz inflected cuts”
(MINISTRY MAGAZINE)
“a highly creative project”
(STRAIGHT NO CHASER)
“concious, abstract, jazzy, different and a joy to hear … if you like music, you’ll love this”
(BIG SMOKE MAG)
“real live sounding instrumentation that will fill any enclosed space with jazz club presence”
(BREAKIN POINT MAGAZINE)
“one of the best of the bunch … shows a lot of talent” 4/5
(BIG DADDY MAGAZINE)
“a mix of philosophical rap and simple crafted beatery
(INTERNATIONAL DJ MAG)

MIXTAPES:

“A DJ / Producer / Selector supreme”
(OKAYPLAYER)
“This blew me away… a piece of genius work” 
(MUSIC IS MY SANCTUARY)

“Phenomenal”
(DROWNED IN SOUND)
“A Masterpiece”
(THE GOOD VIBE)
A true masterpiece. An amazing, amazing accomplishment”
(LAZE)
“Unquestionably cool and vital”
(75 OR LESS)
“Truly amazing. Effortlessly fresh”
(WEIGHT OF A NICKEL)
“Epic … A Masterpiece”
(CROOKED TONGUES)

DJ GIGS:

“flips from modern floor fillers to classic joints”
(INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY)
“truly a demon of the scratch it and see school of mixing … coming to a four deck fiesta near you”
(I.D MAGAZINE)
“combines turntable trickery with club promotion savvy”
(SOCIETY MAGAZINE)
“plays his own distinctive blend of future funk and atmospheric jazz”
(FLYIN – TV CLUB GUIDE SHOW)
“awesome display of turntable trickery”
(ESCAPADE MAGAZINE)

CLUB NIGHTS:

“near legendary, a raucous night of experimentation that has had the music and style press fighting for superlatives”
(METRO)
“never fully aware of its own proportions, committed artists and enthusiastic crowds make one thing certain, it will always be explosive”
(BREAKIN POINT)
“fashionably eclectic … embraces those latched onto a more underground vibe”
(I.D MAGAZINE)
“an excellent session”
(DJ MAGAZINE)
“disparate elements of hip hop, funk and jazz fused together for your delight”
(REVOLVER)
“hard hitting hip hop and future funk that brings the house down”
(CLUB ON)
“the finest underground hip hop beats”
(SLEAZE NATION)
“like so many of Chris Read’s notorious Substance events, the temperature soared to boiling point”
(FUSED)