The Leeds By Example project (see LeedsByExample.com) first dropped this CD around a year back to positive reviews, but the team behind it obviously feel that it hasn't yet reached every member of it's potential target audience as there's an official re-release under way.
What do you think of when asked to consider the Manchester music scene? Well, if you're my age and were in your teens when Britpop hit, your first thought might well be Oasis. I won't deny for a second that Manchester might equally well be celebrated for its significant and progressive connections with rave culture - for example, the legacy of the Hacienda and more recently a stunning take on Liquid Funk D&B courtesy of Soul:R Records.
This man is like a house hold name in the industry he's been in the Hip Hop scene for some time now. Not only is he passionate about the game he’s been consistent with his infamous "Friday Night Flava” show on Choice FM and he is quite arguably one of the most influential Radio DJ's the country has ever produced. We are talking about none other then the legendary DJ 279 as he reveals all with Kwaku at the helm for Britishhiphop.co.uk read on...
Still Diggin is run by Jay Large who in the mid 1990's created a network for underground rappers and DJ's throughout Europe to sell and distribute their releases on his "Underground Street Tapes" label. Now he has emerged with the same focus and beliefs as he did back then. At the end of April Still Diggin will proudly release the "Temple Of Breaks – Volume 1" compilation.