DJ Wool (aka Glen Brady of The Glass) has a new EP, SF 94) dropping this week on Top Billin. The Irish DJ/producer, who has spent time in New York and Berlin before recently setting up studio outside of San Francisco dedicated his latest release to the West Coast house sounds he discovered on a visit in 1994. We choose the Slo Mo Mix to best showcase the late night sounds that perfectly blend UK acid house trippiness and American house style—exactly what was coming together to form the SF sound back then.
Glen Brady is mostly known throughout the music world as one half of the dance-friendly duo; The Glass. But his solo moniker, Wool, has been making rounds for his mixes, as his awareness towards the current electronic climate has trickled out into something contrasting from his work in The Glass. He’s done a mix exclusively for URB (available on his Souncloud down below) that highlights the world of slowed-down dance, building up to house, and rounding off things with some banging techno and bass-centric mayhem. Tracklist and link after the jump.
‘Seems like everybody’s got some kind of major anniversary coming up — URB’s twentieth, for example. So we’ve been getting interesting stuff from our friends, including this History Mix from NYC stalwarts Plant Music. It’s mixed by Dominique Keegan and narrated lovingly by both Stretch Armstrong and Dominique. Those of you who remember Plant Bar and may have collected some of the label’s 12″ vinyl — we’d love to read your stories, hear your own mixes/remixes, and see your photos and videos..