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Boardmasters Festival

Relentless Energy Drink Boardmasters Festival

If you’re looking to go to festival with a bit of a twist this year, this could be the event that's right up your street! Living in the UK means that there are so many to choose from but the Boardmasters festival offers that little bit extra. With a great line up to suit everyone’s music tastes and some pretty impressive surf, skate and BMX shows, how could you justify missing out?

The Talented Mr Convenience CD [FYP / SoulGood]

Mr Convenience

This man is Mr Convenience. He was born in 1987, and grew up in Penzance, Cornwall. He soon followed in the footsteps of his older brother, MC Azreal, and began rapping at the age of fourteen, and progressed to playing at local night spots with the live Band; Carpe Diem. After the band split, along with MC Lexis and DJs Teretz, Pastyfari and Louis Jamaz together they formed the Beatechs.

The Talented Mr Convenience CD [FYP / SoulGood]

The Talented Mr Convenience CD [FYP / SoulGood]

This man is Mr Convenience. He was born in 1987, and grew up in Penzance, Cornwall. He soon followed in the footsteps of his older brother, MC Azreal, and began rapping at the age of fourteen, and progressed to playing at local night spots with the live Band; Carpe Diem. After the band split, along with MC Lexis and DJs Teretz, Pastyfari and Louis Jamaz together they formed the Beatechs.

DJ Samo

DJ Samo – See You After The Break CD [New Bias]

DJ Samo is a party DJ from Cornwall in the South West, but is originally from Scarborough, who is well known for playing hype live sets. Recently he appears to have hooked up with MC Carpetface, but before that coming out on Aerosolik records DJ Samo has produced a couple of mix CDs which are hot to def. The first one which I peeped was See You After The Break which is 1 hour and a quarter of funky sounds.

Next Circumstance

Music For The Soul – Circumstance

“Get a simple two-bar beat going with 8's on the hat kick on 1 of the first bar and snares on 2 and 4. Build a loop with whatever you’re working with, knock out a b-line, and then knock the kicks up to the b-line. Then work on any different sections if there are any, then arrange it. After that it’s all down to what the vocalist does with it.”