[acid-jazz] Stylin 120 w/ Paul Murphy

From: Ennio Styles (stylin_at_modalforces.com)
Date: 2004-01-15 10:03:45

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    STYLIN - Rare grooves, hi-tech jazz and other worldly fusions
    Friday afternoons 12-2pm RRR 102.7FM, Melbourne
    Live online - http://www.rrr.org.au/index2.html (see below for times)

    Hello all

    In the late 70s, when I was falling off monkeybars and playing in sandpits,
    Paul Murphy was a pioneering force behind a new movement in the London club
    scene called "jazz dance". This scene soon took off globally and was central
    to the early careers of DJs such as Gilles Peterson, Patrick Forge, Nicola
    Conte, United Future Organisation, Bob Jones and Rainer Truby, to name a
    few. Paul ran the Palladin label in the mid 80s, releasing the hugely
    successful "Venceremos" by Working Week, perhaps the only tune ever made for
    the jazz dance scene to break the UK pop charts. After a few years away from
    music in Ireland, Paul returned to London in the 90s to resume his DJing
    career and soon started releasing his own productions on the Afro Art label.
    Afro Art was started by Ashley Beedle - himself a big jazz dance fan - but
    Paul is now helping to run the label since Ashley left to concetrate on
    X-Press 2. Last year Afro Art had a big release with Spiritual South's
    massive "Green Gold". Spiritual South's Mark Robertson is a fantastic DJ who
    lived in Sydney a few years ago, but Paul assures me the tune was named
    after the Brazilian flag, rather than Australia's sporting colours. For his
    mix, Paul treated us to a selection of forthcoming and never-to-be-released
    goodies, including a Spiritual South remix of his own "Jazz Room", one of my
    favourite Afro Art tracks from a few years back. Paul promises to have his
    album finished later this year, which should be something very special on
    the basis of the tasters he gave like his great new version of "7 Samurai".

    Well it feels good to be back for the 04, more Stylin than ever. Also back
    tonight is Open Sesame at Honkytonks: Kano and I throwing down some serious
    old and new groovers with special guest Chris Gill of Northside Records, who
    played a serious latin, funk n boogaloo set last time he dropped in.

    Apologies for all the roster shuffling with the show, but I couldn't say no
    to having Sydney producer and DJ Deepchild join me in person for tomorrow's
    show. He's doing a set at Honkytonks tomorrow night.

    until then
    Ennio Styles

    ***** COMING UP ON STYLIN *****
    Friday 16 January - Deepchild (Sydney)
    Friday 23 January - Forss (Sweden)

    In the pipeline - Cliffy & Russ Jones, Kano, Action Direkt, DJ Lubi, Nicola
    Conte, Declan Kelly, Paine, Strange Fruit Project, Dabrye, Dom Servini,
    Daniel Merriweather, Mad Mats, Tom Strauch

    ***** STYLIN 120 - PLAYLIST - FRIDAY 9 JANUARY 2003 *****
    Title - Artist (Label/Australian Distributor (if known))
    1. got your madness - the rebirth (kajmere)
    2. the latin beat - united eye (afro art)
    3. ufo in brasil - weisz (afro art)
    4. green gold (24 karat jazz rub) - spiritual south (afro art)
    5. jazz room (spiritual south remix) - paul murphy marc woolford project
    (afro art)
    6. soul call - paul murphy (afro art)
    7. try - secta chameleon (cdr)
    8. 7 samurai - paul murphy (afro art)
    9. dream rabbit (mindset rmx) - frogsnatcher (cdr)
    10. ska east of the west - united eye (cdr)
    11. husband (paul murphy vs. frogsnatcher dub) - ashley slater (cdr)
    12. the trip - paul murphy (afro art)
    13. a way of life - david borsu (counterpoint)
    14. three corners - five corners quintet (ricky tick)
    15. man machine - oddjob (amigo)
    16. summerdays - poets of rhythm (gomma)
    17. cloud nine - strange fruit project (black son)
    18. snakehealer - (marvin gaye) (boozyfunk)
    19. minor flute (panoptikum remix) - jerome richardson (cosmic sounds)
    20. prema's dilemma - mumbles (sound in color)
    21. yemaya - sin palabras (yoruba)

    For previous playlists, go to http://rrr.org.au/stylin

    ***** ENNIO STYLES EVENTS *****
    Every Thursday - Open Sesame at Honkytonks w/ Kano + guest DJs, dancers &
      Thursday 15 January w/ Chris Gill (Northside Records)
      Thursday 22 January w/ Tim Fisher
      Thursday 29 January w/ Elvis Aljus (percussion)
    Sunday 18 January - Dusk Cinema @ Myer Music Bowl (film: Master & Commander)
    Thursday 22 January @ The Forum w/ Nitin Sawhney (UK), Kano
    Friday 23 January @ Cookie (early) w/ Amber Tripp
    Friday 23 January - Str8Up (late) @ Revolver w/ Kano
    Monday 26 January - Dusk Cinema @ Myer Music Bowl (film: Amelie)
    Sunday 1 February - Good Vibrations @ Myer Music Bowl w/ Gilles Peterson,
    Bugz in the Attic, Gang Starr, Blackalicious, Nitin Sawhney, Lee Scratch
    Perry & Mad Professor, Tom Middleton, Moloko, Soul II Soul Sound System,
    Sunday 15 February - Dusk Cinema @ Catani Gardens (film: Ten)


    Psybossa - Ennio Styles & Lanu
    From 12" "Local People EP 001" (Local People, Australia, 2002)
    Also features: Suburban Lights, Benjamin Tobias feat Wolfgramm
    Sound sample: http://www.vinyl-junkies.co.uk/samples/VJ6107_1.ram

    Cubano Chant (Ennio Styles Remix) - SHQ
    From 2LP/CD "Cosmic Sounds Remixed" (Cosmic Sounds, UK, 2003)
    Also features remixes by: Nicola Conte, Eddy & Dus, Panoptikum, Zeljko
    Kerleta, Gak Sato, Crate Soul Brothers, BGYSS
    Info: http://cosmicsounds-london.com/label/cs-28/cs-28.htm
    Sound sample: http://www.cosmic.f9.co.uk/MP3s/cs28ennio.mp3

    Set for Seizure (Ennio Styles Remix) - Daniel Magg
    From 12" (Compost, Germany 2003)
    Also features remixes by: Anthony Nicholson, Wagon Cookin
    Info: http://www.compost-rec.com/sections/labels/cpt_arti/magg.php3#set
    Sound sample:

    In the pipeline: Local People EP 002, remix for Beady Belle (Jazzland),
    remix for Belladonna (Irma)

    These tunes have been supported by Straight No Chaser magazine, Gilles
    Peterson, Jazzanova, Rainer Truby, Nicola Conte, Michael Rutten, Recloose,
    Patrick Forge, BNX, Cliffy and many more around the globe. Thank you all!

    Interplanetary jazz beats and rhythms compiled by Ennio Styles and Kano.
    Rare and unreleased music from Pablo, Hajime Yoshizawa, Volker Meitz,
    Plutonic Lab & RuCL, Russ Gabriel, The Bamboos, Fragment Orchestra, Gotan
    Project, Joanna Law, Wagon Cookin and Swell Session. Crazy dope cover art by

    "One of the best for 2002" - Michael Rutten
    "deep, sexy, exotic music to be savoured; music that can make you think,
    feel and, of course, dance" - Play
    "incredibly good" - Zebra
    "recent cuts masquerading as forgotten masterpieces" - Zebra
    "a wonderful collection of undiscovered music" - TRM
    "guaranteed to keep you slipping this disc in the player - if you can get it
    out" - Remix
    "a touch of mastery" - inthemix.com.au

    Available now through Hardware Records (distributed in Australia by Shock).
    Buy it online through:
    Shock (Australia)
    Groovedis (Chicago) (sound samples online)


    To find out what time Stylin is on in your town, go to

    Last time I checked, these times were right:
    Adelaide - Fri 1130am-130pm
    Auckland - Fri 2-4pm
    Berlin - Fri 2-4am
    Caracas - Thurs 9-11pm
    Hong Kong - Fri 9-11am
    London - Fri 1-3am
    New York - Thurs 8-10pm
    Oslo - Fri 2-4am
    Paris - Fri 2-4am
    Perth - Fri 9-11am
    San Francisco - Thurs 5-7pm
    Singapore - Fri 9-11am
    Stockholm - Fri 2-4am
    Tokyo - Fri 10am-12pm

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    Ennio Styles
    PO Box 1055
    Fitzroy North VIC 3068

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