BEATS & PEACES ft. Punt Guns – 004

Beats & Peaces 004 features London-based band and cyber rockers Punt Guns.  They’ve been working on their debut album with music industry legends Andy Wright and Gavin Goldberg ( Annie Lennox, Simple Minds, Simply Red, Echo & The Bunnymen, Massive Attack) but it was tools down as we caught up on all things Punt Guns.
The show explores that stunning, genre-busting electronic rock, electronica and pop self-titled album and their newly-released singles 1.C.A.R.U.S, B1G Bang and Cyber Dreams. I had the absolute pleasure of working with these guys remixing 1.C.A.R.U.S and a few other tracks from this first offering and can’t wait to see what the future holds for these absolute gentlemen of the music scene. Keep an open mind, you won’t regret it!


1  Where Is My MindPixies
2  Most Sacred Thing In The UniversePunt Guns
3  Who Am IPunt Guns
4  1.C.A.R.U.S (Glen Nicholls Cinematic Remix)Punt Guns
5  Who Am I (Janette Slack Remix Radio Edit)Punt Guns
6  PishThe Brian Jonestown Massacre 
7  AtlasBicep
8  Demon CleanerKyuss
9  Go With The FlowQueens of the Stoneage
10  Soma (God for Gods)Suns of Thyme
11  SalvationThe Liminanas
12 Where is EverybodyNine Inch Nails

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Janette Slack

One of Hong Kong’s best-known and most-respected DJ/producers, Janette Slack has a well-earned reputation for igniting dancefloors around the world with her infectious mix of bass, funk, house, electro and everything in between. Born in Hong Kong, Slack moved to London aged 17 and made her name rocking the decks at clubs like Ministry of Sound, Fabric, The Cross, Cargo and The Egg during a 15-year stint that also included a sensational seven-year residency at the legendary Torture Garden. Since returning to Asia in 2014, the irrepressible Slack has been a flamboyant fixture at the region’s hottest clubs, festivals and private parties, with memorable sets at Clockenflap, Secret Island party and Macau’s Ultra Festival among her long list of credits.
Dearly departed, her legacy will live on in the hearts and minds of all who knew her and posthumously come across her work for generations to come. RIP

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