Thursday, 27 March 2014

Tiefschwarz - Acid Soul (Leftside Wobble Rework)

The record that inspired the podcast series, that became the club night, given a LW twist - grab the download links from

Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Charles B - Lack Of Love (LW Acid Soul Edit)

If ever there was a record that showed that Acid House oozed soul as well as off kilter funk 'Lack Of Love' is it. I've featured this personal edit in my sets for the last few years and it always goes down a storm. Download WAV/320K via

Thursday, 20 March 2014

One Blood - Be Thankful (Leftside Wobble 12 Minute Rewind)

Whilst the Massive Attack & William DeVaughn versions of Be Thankful are better known, the One Blood version has always been my favourite. This is a bit of an end of the night classic for me so I've sliced & diced it into a super extended 12 minute version. Download Wav or 320k via

Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Express Yourself (Acid Soul Mix) free download via Acid Soul FB page

To celebrate the launch of my new Acid Soul page I'm giving this joyous disco number away for free via

Spread the word on this as I've got a bunch of other exclusive Acid Soul giveaways over the next few weeks.

Much thanks as ever for the continuing support. x

Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Leftside Classics

With my new Acid Soul night starting on April 11th in London at Trapeze (the old East Village) I thought the time was right to put together a retrospective featuring some of the tracks that have meant the most to me over the last five years or so.

These are the tracks that somehow always find a way back into my sets, tracks that rise above the transient and tracks that defy limiting genre pigeonholes. My sets have always been about joining dots, celebrating the eclectic and supporting those tracks that exist in the rich hinterland between dub, funk, disco and house. Hopefully this retrospective captures that overriding ethos.

I've included a small selection of unreleased LW bits and a few exclusive versions of well known staples to keep things pushing forward too.

As ever hope you enjoy. x

p.s. Be sure to check out some of the other mixes on the Clandestino podcast page. The Andrew Weatherall/Sean Johnston one is particularly tasty.