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So, it’s high time we let you know who will be providing the headline sound track for our incredible voyage beneath the waves.
Ladies and gentlemen, mermaids and skippers, we are very proud to be welcoming the legendary WOLF MUSIC to join us for our under the sea House party exploits.
These serious House scene heavy weights and friends of COR will taking a deep dive into their record boxes and label back catalogue to take the helm and steer the good ship CORtilus to new party depths.
Seamlessly steering us on a journey through House, jumping on the occasional life boat to disco and then back again, if you’ve been lucky enough to hear these record label heavy weights doing their thing, you know we are in for something very special.
WOLF Music Recordings began life in 2009 and was the brainchild of Matt Neale & Stu Clark; two house & disco fanatics who wanted an outlet for their creative endeavours. WOLF has always been about the real HOUSE culture; the music and expressions from day dot to the most modern interpretations. Bringing us artists such as Greymatter, KRL, Medlar, Bicep, Waze & Odyssey, James Welsh and Session Victim.
Matt Neale and Stu Clarks knowledge and record collection is rivaled by few and their music taste continues to see them booked across Europe.
Of course the COR Fam will also be on hand to take the rigging throughout the night with their own inimitable House, disco and balearic catch.
Very excited about our wonderful guests. Very excited about our intrepid journey into the depths. This is going to be an incredible night on our Incredible Voyage to Atlantis. Hope you can be part of it. This will be special. Get to know.
News just in from our very good chums just along the coast at the hottest record label in the disco scene at present, WOLF MUSIC, letting us know that both head honchos, Stu Clarke and Matt Neale, will be tearing up the DF at Southampton’s ever popular POP this Sat 29th Jan.
The music policy is right up our street, covering all that is good in disco, house, Balearic and boogie now and from back in the day.
As if that wasn’t enough, the Wolf Music brothers will be joined by the edit dons The Dead Rose Music Company. Double whammy disco treats!
Anyway, you can find all the details and tix over on the La Discothéque events pages here.
* La Discothéque *
Sat 29th Jan, 2011
Wolf Music (Matt Neale & Stu Clarke)
The Dead Rose Company
Hope you can make it down, look set to be a belter.
All of us at COR Towers love what the Wolf Music boys Stu Clarke and Matt Neale have been putting out on their wonderful record label over the past couple of years. So you can imagine how very excited we were when they kindly sent a promo of their brand spankin WOLF007 our way!
As to be expected, the Wolf boys have hit the nail squarely on the head once again with this absolutely steaming hot release entitled ‘Pack Mentality EP’.
This is nothing short of a premium release, with the ilk of Brothers Rice, Fantastic Man, Ooft! and KRL keeping company on this record. Every track is a corker and it goes from the disco to the deep to the housey. There’s even a cheeky Badu sample in there! It’s got it all. Stu, Matt, you’ve certainly not disappointed!
Grab an earful of these wicked tracks below…
…but really do yourself a favour, get yourself to Juno and get your hands on a copy while you can. Burning hot, they won’t be around for long!
Brilliant job lads, this is gonna fly off the shelves!
Hello COR contingent, hope this message finds you well
Some news from our friends at Wolf Music Records. The Wolf Music boys (Matt Neale and Stu Clarke) will be playing at the brand spanking new bar POP in Southampton. Saturday nights look set to be corkers with future guests include Norman Jay, Greg Wilson, Future Disco & Nocturnal are involved as well.
This Saturday sees Jim Baron from the brilliant Crazy P topping the bill. Wolf Music AND Crazy P, one not to miss!
Crazy P (DJ Set)
Stu Clark &
Crazy P started out as a duo made up of Jim Baron and Chris Todd. They met at Nottingham University where they were studying to further themselves, or rather, sitting around smoking and trying to make records. They did make a record called “digging deeper” and it was released on the Musica Vitae label, which was run by a friend of Jims. The track got excellent reviews from the likes of Ashley Beedle, the Murk Boys and Laurent Garnier which encouraged Jim and Chris to continue with their compositions and begin looking further afield to a successful recording career.
They have remixed for the likes of Naked Music, Mint Royale and the Problem Kids as well as various other mixes for Paperecordings. There are various other remixes in the pipeline at the moment.
So if you’re in Southampton this weekend, pop in to POP, it’ll be a gooden.
Have a belter Wolf Boys!