Appleblim - Podcast 354 album
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Laurie Osborne) is an interesting figure. In the mid '00s, the Bristol producer was best known as one of the co-founders of Skull Disco, the pioneering label he operated alongside Shackleton. However, following the imprint's demise in 2008, he's taken a varied path, starting up his own Apple Pips label and initially releasing a flurry of collaborative singles in 2009 and 2010 before temporarily going quiet on the production front
Podcast 354: Appleblimby XLR8R. That description may give the impression that Appleblim has put together something scattered, but the podcast is actually rather coherent. There's a narrative at work, one that's dark, occasionally brooding, and very much rooted in UK bass culture. And with Appleblim at the helm, it's a story that's very much worth hearing
London Elektricity presents the final Sick Music special of the Hospital podcast. Witness the sickness, this is drum & bass, this is ‘Sick Music 2018’. Fred V & Grafix – Wild Love (Hurricanes) (Keeno Remix) Hugh Hardie – Nightingale Klute – One Last Day Cammo & Krooked – Last Of The Tribe (Break Remix) Sarl – Forward Thinking (Calibre Remix) London Elektricity – Polymer NuLogic – Strut (ft.
Field Recording: East Prawle Seaside Carpark. –Echoes From The Temple Body Memory.
Bristol-based Laurie ‘Appleblim’ Osborne has had a long history in the music biz. As a member of The Monsoon Bassoon, he even had a couple of NME "Singles of the Week" in the late '90s.
Appleblim: Dubstep is a feeling. Richard Carnes catches up with Laurie ‘Appleblim’ Osborne in Bristol to talk about his roots, the impending death of Skull Disco, and what the future holds for him and his new label. Paul Rose is reissuing his debut album, as well as putting out a VA compilation and a full-length of unreleased solo material.
|1.1||–Henry Liam Collins||Field Recording: East Prawle Seaside Carpark|
|1.2||–Echoes From The Temple||Body Memory|
|1.4||–Code 6||Quad 1|
|1.6||–October||The Gate To Yesterday|
|1.9||–Zenker Brothers||Mount Eleven|
|1.10||–Rhythmic Theory||Tales Of Dystopia|
|1.11||–Carl Craig||A Wonderful Life|
|1.16||–Kevin McPhee||In Circles (Kamikaze Space Programme Drum Tool)|
|1.18||–Fracture & Sam Binga||Grippin' Grain|
|1.19||–Second Storey||Shamen Champagne|
|1.21||–Henry Liam Collins||Field Recording: Rain Drips|
- DJ Mix – Appleblim