The rolling BMP good times recommendations playlist
Being seen as someone “into” music, people seem to think this means your taste will reflect theirs which hasn’t developed further than what they listened to in High School.
After getting Nick Cave turned off for Coldplay remixes et. el., this situation needs to be rectified with a sort of organised party themed playlist that won’t get pulled by some narrow minded arse wipe.
As a collective here’s a rolling BMP recommendation fun times music list, which we can hopefully agree will go down well and get everyone headnodding to.
Let’s get this ball rolling.
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bobs mid party mini set designed to; to enflame the pallete, engage the ear, and quench the throat
take with a packed bong, plenty of cold beer and a glass of single malt
now go and chat to a lady
more rockabilly, surprised i beat bob to this
because i saw Bob D play these at the corner bar and enjoyed
Benny here. I haven’t been to a ‘party’ in several years, I’m not really sure what to post.
In the summer though you can go to the beach here and drink beers
If you’re lucky there’ll be some kind of mobile soundsystem set up
Generally the best thing to listen to or play in this situation is Dancehall, it is fun to dance to and has good bass.
When I started djing I bought the odd dancehall 7″ but with a limited record buying budget it was too expensive a diversion so I gave up and now I am not up to date with the dancehall world.
Consequently I just have the odd favourite here and there. The ‘Diwali’ riddim is probably still my favourite, which crossed over to the U.S (see below). Last year RA had an interview with untold where he said how it has influenced his production. You can definitely hear it. Mick may note the appearance of a (possibly typecast) JD Williams (Bodie) featuring in this video as ‘Lumidee’s love interest/dude who has to hide from the cops for some reason’).
all time essential, bob