shows // Custom
Playing the very best in Drum n Bass, Hip Hop, Dubstep, Electro, Funk and Reggae, the Custom show, presented by NoFACE, features some of Scotland's finest talent from it's thriving underground scene with regular bi-weekly guest appearances. Everything is done to keep the Custom play list fresh and exclusive.
Previous guests have included Scotland's top drum n bass producer J Bostron (Hi Fi Drum records, Audio bullet Records), Edinburgh's Professor Fresh (Pangea Nation, The Infekted, Capitol 1212) and UK Turntable legend Dj Krash Slaughta (UK DMC Finalist 2006).
This week's show I return from my trip abroad where I'll be playing some of my favourite records I've sourced over the past couple of weeks. Some real gems I uncovered from record stores in France and Amsterdam, and some brand new forthcoming heat in the form of test presses and unreleased promos from the Rubadub warehouse.
Posted at 13:03, 6th August 2015
floyd covering for noface
Pete is away on holiday this week so he has asked me, Floyd, to cover for him. Nothing fancy tonight, just a simple mix of some new and old stuff. Bit dark and moody but plenty of bass.
Pete will be back at the usual time on July 15.
Posted at 23:03, 8th July 2015
too many tunes
This week, I am very excited to play forthcoming material from the likes of All Caps Records, Telfort, Apron, Light Sounds Dark, and Vase-Forever, some brand new, hot off the press music from Numbers, PLO Man, General Ludd, Butter Sessions and Magnesii to list only a few, as well as some old belters thrown in for good measure if i have time! Too many tunes for just one measly hour!!
Posted at 20:46, 1st July 2015
pete noface in the mixxx
This weeks show i'm going solo with a bunch of mostly brand spanking new records, with a sprinkling of old classics thrown in for good measure. A few are forthcoming too, so watch out for those!
Posted at 23:50, 24th June 2015
hip hop / dub show
This week in Glasgow sees Earl Sweatshirt perform Live, Nas doing the Illmatic album, and Wu Tang Clan still to come. As a result, I've been listening to practically nothing but hip hop the past couple of weeks. This week on Subcity, it seemed only fitting to dig out some of my favourite hip hop jams of old and new. I hope you enjoy.
Posted at 08:48, 4th June 2015