Been sitting on this one for a minute, but now that the sun is finally out it makes sense to let it loose.
Greeen Linez are Matt Lyne (aka A Taut Line) and Chris Greenberg (one third of the band Hong Kong in the 60s) who first met and started playing dance music together over 15 years ago, before they were even in their teens. Matt lives in Tokyo where he runs Diskotopia and Chris lives in London. They played at our last party and their set was awesome, it was really cool of them to jump on at the last minute and we’re happy to have given them their first London show. They are both super nice guys and talented musicians. As Greeen Linez they have release one EP and have an album set to come out any time. We can’t wait.
Roy Ayers – Searching
Lowrell – Mellow Mellow Right On
Mau’lin – Function Open (Greeen Linez remix)
Mtume – Ready for your Love
Patrice Rushen – Remind Me
Pete Rock & CL Smooth – Lots of Lovin
Brian Bennett – Solstice
Antonio Adlfo & A Brazuca – Tranamazonica
Toshiki Kadomatsu – 52nd Street
Metro Area – Piña
Atlantic Starr – When Love Calls
Mim Suleiman – Bibi Na Mpu
Mantler – Fresh and Fair
Maze – Twilight
Ned Doheny – To Prove My Love
Stanley Clarke & Bill Shields – Easy Listening
Return to Forever – Sorceress
Download: Greeen Linez – BTGMX010
Posted by Ross
Its that time again. Ghost Mutt is a boogie-monster. His stuff on Donky Pitch is serious and that doesn’t even scratch the surface of what the man can create. Pedestrian has released some really solid original material and remixes via Push & Run and 2nd Drop. His sound is reminiscent of Gold Panda, but silky. The Fat C will, no doubt, be dropping “it” like it is “hot”. Count Choc will be a fly fly on the wall.
We’ve now added Greeen Linez to the bill. This is their debut London show and who knows when it will happen again as one half of Greeen Linez, A Taut Line, is based in Tokyo.
Buses: 67, 76, 242, 243, 149
Overground: Dalston Junction, Dalston Kingsland