BEATS & PEACES ft. Lee Rous from Plump DJs – 010

Beats & Peaces 10 with Lee Rous from Plump DJs. 
It doesn’t get any bigger than Beats & Peaces 10 special guest Lee Rous from Plump DJs as host Janette Slack checks in with one half of the dynamic duo widely recognised as the co-creators of the breaktbeat genre in dance music.
Sporting over 100 single releases, multiple award-winning albums and compilations, hosting their own dance music events, running their label Grand Hotel, being a major part of label Fingerlickin’ Records with other breakbeat royalty Jem Panufnik & Justin Rushmore and gracing the Festival stages of Coachella in the US, Glastonbury in the UK, Fuji Rock in Japan and Breakfest in Perth, Australia – there isn’t much left they haven’t already done.
In the heartfelt episode, the pair reminisce about the Golden Breakbeat Era, preview the upcoming Plump DJs, Scratch Perverts & Stanton Warriors event in London that sold-out in the quickest time in over a decade and how the lockdown gave the maestro time to work on new material.
Tracks that feature on the show include classics like Funk Hits The Fan, Lockdown and Wishing Well and the background to how those tracks came about and the chat closes with a special selection by none other than Lee Rous himself.

Beats & Peaces回歸,今集嘉賓有Lee Rous from Plump DJs! 今集 Janette 同嘉賓一齊講吓Golden Breakbeat Era、疫情下 lockdown 嘅感想同埋嚟緊有咩計畫等等。當然唔少得好多令大家熱血沸騰嘅舞曲大放送啦。


1. Funk Hits The FanPlump DJs
2. Lockdown (Plump DJs remix)The Crystal Method & Future Funk Squad
3. Galaxy 2000Plump DJs
4. Wishing Well (Plump DJs remix)TMPLT feat. Robert Owens
5. The GatePlump DJs
6. How Much Is EnoughPlump DJs


Janette Slack

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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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