015 CD1 - Stay at Home Compiled & Mixed by Dave Furneaux

015 CD1 - Stay at Home Compiled & Mixed by Dave Furneaux

We start with a very current reminder of the times we live in right now courtesy of Her Majesty’s government warnings but quickly head off to more exotic shores. The medley of Rej & Kjavik tracks work perfectly here delivering a bass-led jerky ride whilst ethnic chants add spellbinding hypnotism, especially with the moody ‘Kaif’ slotted in the middle from the late, great Andrew Weatherall. Almost like the break of dawn Oliver Kolezki’s ‘We are all lost’ provides a shining light with its soothing trumpet and soft bassline accompaniment. It’s only a gentle pause as Marcus Meinhardt’s solid groover ‘Bamboo’ dances in. The next 15 min section is a gorgeous techy workout gliding into Alexandros Djkevingr & Greg Ignatovich’s jerky and poignant – ‘Choose life’ before a wonderful breakbeat excursion to guide us home. The finale from Editors is a perfect way to perhaps bookend the feelings experienced during the Covid-19 pandemic. The spirit-raising vocal gives hope and joy in equal measure reminding us that whilst the world may be upside down – we are not lost.
  1. Dave Furneaux - Save Lives Intro        
  2. Rej & kjavik - Saraswati           
  3. Andrew Weatherall - Kaif        
  4. Rej & kjavik - Anela      
  5. Oliver koletzki feat monolink - We are all lost (Nican Stojan Mix) 
  6. Marcus Meinhardt - Bamboo  
  7. Doctor Dru & MEMO - Barial (Extended Mix) 
  8. Alexandros Djkevingr & Greg Ignatovich - Choose life           
  9. Adam Pest - Pest Control        
  10. London Acid - Hell Rush          
  11. Frost – Overtones (Extended Mix) 
  12. Editors - Upside Down (Joris Voorn Vocal Remix)

Creators and Guests

Dave Furneaux
Dave Furneaux
Dave Enjoys many genres of electronic music. Initially buying vinyl as far back as 1995. Dave homed his skills on technics and some early belt drive KAM turntables. After not successfully getting into may raves in the 1990s he developed a passion for hard house and hard bag and loved Tony de vit sets and music from the trade nightclub. Despite his southern stubbornness and loyalty to dirty breaks, drum and bass and hard bag his good friend Danny Jarvis thrusted northern exposure CDs down his throat around 2003 and conversion therapy soon ensued. Today Dave is comfortable playing multiple gernes and he enjoys music with a bounce and energy. When he isn’t contributing to PHUK Dave is a self confessed Prydaholic. Film, football and Sci fi buff.

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