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Another web based Music player.

Tuesday, December 8th, 2015

It seems like there’s more and more web instruments popping up allowing for anyone to get the creative juices flowing, This one here webXox even allows you to open an account and save all your projects.

Check it out.


Posted in Blog |

New dj Mix – Bounce to this.

Wednesday, November 25th, 2015

Some of the latest tracks I’ve managed to get my hands on, funky as!

Click the play button to take a listen or download a copy for your own listening device.Njoy!

Posted in Dj Mixes |

Soul T Nuts Youtube channel.

Saturday, November 21st, 2015

Ive just uploaded my first Dj mix to Youtube, Ive been meaning to give it a go for a while now and finally got around to putting some visuals to a mix. The whole process from start to end has taken around 13 hours.

Youtube is a good place to expose your music and I hope in the near future to get all my tracks and some more mixes uploaded. Editing the files and making a half interesting visual is a lengthy task, but with the Internet changing the way people consume their music, it makes perfect sense to put a channel together.

subscribe and like!

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The Soul T Nuts show

Saturday, October 24th, 2015

Here is a recording from Saturday nights show, available for streaming off Mixcloud.

The soul t nuts show – 24 Oct 2015 by Soul T Nuts on Mixcloud

Posted in Dj Mixes, Radio Shows |

Studio jam session.

Thursday, October 22nd, 2015

a little clip from a recent studio session.

Posted in Blog |

History Lesson

Friday, October 2nd, 2015

The History of House music and the clubs that pushed it, is a story I never grow tired of hearing.
The below article is a brief summary worth reading.

10 clubs that changed the dance music world

Posted in Blog |

Imagine finding 24,000 classic must have dance records from between ’83 and ’93.

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015

Meet Hon, owner of Vinyl PImp record store in Hackney Wick, who last month hit the jackpot when he stumbled upon a haul of 24,000 classic dance records from between ’83 and ’93.
The find has been called “one of the most complete archives of the evolution of dance music.”

How lucky is this dude!?

Posted in Blog |

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