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Pamela Records EP.



Delighted to announce that you can now order my new 12” EP on Pamela Records. £13.99 plus recorded delivery of £5.00. There is also a matching t-shirt designed by me available in medium, large, xl and xxl. £35 plus £5.00 recorded delivery. Get the vinyl and tee for £50.00 that includes free delivery
(recorded). Contact Philipa Fenton or Dave Jarvis
PayPal details
Also doing an instore at Loveviny, Pearson St, Hoxton London 4th of April 4.00 till 7.30 pm. There will be some stock there and you can buy now and collect on the day, if that helps.
Music from the brilliant Sean Johnston and Andy Taylor as well as me. Hope you dig it x #newmusic #housemusic #dubhousedisco #pamelarecords

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Formerlover and Bandcamp Friday

Ahead of Bandcamp Friday, here is a selection of numbers that have been turning my head of late. Many genres, many delights, get involved and support music. x Bandcamp Friday is a great way to support artists during this difficult time, from 8am (uk) on Friday 04.09.20 Bandcamp waves its fee and all proceeds will go directly to the artists.
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The launch of Formerlover.

I’m very happy to announce a new musical project I have undertaken… and our first release.

Formerlover are a duo of sleaze dub enthusiasts, in love with echo and bass. The brainchild of Sofia Hedblom, a singer and fashion stylist originally from west coast Sweden, and her partner the renowned music producer, dj, and artist Justin Robertson. They effortlessly blend elements of reggae and Lagos disco with the dark sonic underbelly of lo fi house, occupying the twilight region between a tropical sound system dance and an inner city basement, where nights turn into mornings and back again.
Correction dub is a playful take on a late night chat line conversation, where humiliation and desire go hand in hand. Simultaneously seductive and sinister, the spacious frequencies bend as the hypnotic groove takes hold, transporting you to a sleazy, forbidden world where your soul is on the line.

It comes as part of the excellent Viscera compilation ‘Galactic service broadcasting volume 1″. All profits go to the NHS charities together, urgent Covid- 19 appeal fund.
You can buy it here ..


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Throne of Blood E.p is released.


On the My Sweet Machine EP, Robertson returns to form with his vaunted Deadstock 33s project (Skint, Gomma, Darkroom Dubs, Optimo Music, Batty Bass, Tigersushi, Paper Recordings Is it Balearic), turning in four original slices of slow-motion machine funk built for the dancefloor. “Axial Age” starts things off with an arpeggio that sounds like “Crockett’s Theme” gone dark, body music for goth ravers. “My Sweet Machine” maintains some of the menace but lightens the mood. “No Thing Ness” ups the tempo, its rhythmic drive tethered to the dancefloor by a heavy bassline and wonky synths. “Van Van Mojo” rounds out Robertson’s originals with an off-kilter house groove purpose-built for festival dancefloors. Closing out the EP is a storming remix from long-time friend and collaborator Moscoman (Disco Halal, Diynamic, Life & Death). The Berlin-based Israeli revisits “My Sweet Machine” stretching the groove and transforming it into a head-spinning psychedelic trip.

Artwork for the release was done by Justin Robertson as well.