Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Gemmy : Fact Mix 25

A bunch of us paddies are off across the water to Brizzle this weekend, for a few days break from Dub City and no doubt some damn good times from the home of some of the UK's best underground music.

One DJ and producer who hails from Bristol and is highly rated here at smokeless is Gemmy, whose Supligen EP is eagerly awaited by many record bags in Dublin. To keep us going till then, here's Gemmy's exclusive mix for FACT magazine. You can
read more (including an interview with the man himself) HERE.



1 J@kes - Nyabingi
2 Rustie - Black Block Remix
3 Gemmy - Purple Moon
4 Gemmy - Johnny 5
5 Kutz - Spaceman ( VIP )
6 Davinche - Jam Hot ( Remix )
7 Joker & Ginz - Purple City
8 Joker - Do It
9 Gemmy - Shanti Riddim
10 Gemmy - Kodoma
11 Gemmy - Rusty Tin
12 RSD - Pretty Bright Light
13 Gemmy - Bk 2 The Future

1 comment:

clom said...

The Blenheim in Montpelier: Small strange old mans pub run by someone's nan. Jukebox stuffed with brilliant lovers rock and rocksteady. Not trendy, busy or posey but worth stopping in for the late '70's/early 80's vibe.

Rooted Records on Gloucester Road: Record shop. As good as you're going to get. Peverelist works/worked there.

Most record and charity shops are worth a dig. The musical culture of Bristol is unique in these islands.

Drink Gem during the day. Nice ale that doesn't get you wasted.

Drink Cider. Try not to get into too much trouble.

The Bank Tavern on John Street was a pretty sound boozer. Good booze, no frills or posers. I seem to remember a friendly barman, decent music and mindbending cloudy cider.

There's another legendary pub with the landlord's coffin in the bar that people have written all over. Can't remember the name (see above) but it's a bit of an institution.