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This week we invite Si Moutarde to the Dusk Dubs family.

Si Moutarde starting djing in 1987 playing funk and hip-hop, but soon moved onto acid house and Balearic in 1990. He played early sets at the Wag and Brain clubs in Wardour Street as well as a lot of the old clubs that alas are no more. Si was also part of the popular Sync parties at the George IV in Brixton in the mid-nineties. From about 2003 Si stepped back from djing due to the birth of his first daughter but still managed to find time to produce his own stuff.

That continued for about 9 years until Si got back into djing, by playing at locally run club nights in Bromley. From there he went on to hold residence spots at ‘Funk’d Up’ and ‘We Are Balearic’ as well doing his own infamous 'Rude Transmissions Radio Show', which has been running for the last 3 years and has had the pleasure of having some of the best djs in this scene of ours supplying guest mixes.

You can also catch Si hosting 'The Hip-Hop Breakfast Show' on Graffiti Radio, along with Dean Slater and Dunc Stark on monthly rotation from 9am Saturday mornings for the best in hip-hop old and new.

Very busy and exciting times ahead.

You can find Si HERE:

Facebook.com/simoutarde

Facebook.com/groups/445369542340791/

Mixcloud.com/simoutarde/

Facebook.com/Hip-Hop_Breakffast_Show

Tracklisting

1) Barbara Streisand - Guilty

One of my dads favourite tunes that I love also.

2) Donna Summer - State of independence (New Bass Mix)

Always been a favourite of mine and I love this mix.

3) Blow Monkeys - It Doesn’t Have To Be This Way

Always been a track I liked when I heard it.

4) Oliver featuring De La Soul - Heart Attack

Just a tune I’ve been obsessed with.

5) Psychemagik - Triumph of the Gods

Just love the way this is put together.

6) Natural Thing (Elevation Mix) : Innocence

It’s a timeless work of art.

7) Young Disciples - Apparently Nothin’

Just always loved this track.

8) Shalamar - There it is (12 “ Mix)

A classic that I’ve always loved.

9) Family Stand - Ghetto Heaven

It’s a tune.

10) William Pitt - City Lights

I loved this when I heard it .... I had no idea it was a Balearic classic... I was into hip-hop.

11) Supergrass - Moving

A song my wife has always loved that I’ve grown to love also.

12) The Cure - Hot Hot Hot! (Extended mix)

One of my favourites from the brilliant remix album.

13) Kate Bush - Cloudbusting

It’s Kate Bush and it’s brilliant.

14) Talking Heads - Once In A Lifetime

It’s just brilliant.

15) John Davis & The Monster Orchestra Featuring DJ Jazzy Jeff - I Can’t Stop

It’s got DJ Jazzy Jeff scratching.

16) Richie Havens - Going Back to My Roots

No words.

17) Underworld – Rez

Again no words.