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British Lizard guesting on The Underground.

By Duncan Ross posted Jun 23, 2012 at 01:01 PM

While hands down the music today sounds better than it did ten years ago, I have a sort of predilection for the guys who just keep their head down and do their thing. The other day after the underground I went over to british lizard's house in the roads. Of the three roommates, one was mixing vinyl, the other was seated 3 feet away with headphones on working on a track in Logic, and Lizard introduced me to his vast vinyl collection. That's what I'm talking about, see my mess over to the left there?

 

British lizard has had a few tracks on Bedrock as well as many others, and in keeping with the idea that we're going to trot out the vinyl from now until the end of my show, he's bringing some over, and he's a drummer, so he's going to out mix me...damn drummers, so tune in, while we go back, back, back to my roots or we're going to party like it's 1999. I had to.

 

While hands down the music today sounds better than it did ten years ago, I have a sort of predilection for the guys who just keep their head down and do their thing. The other day after the underground I went over to british lizard's house in the roads. Of the three roommates, one was mixing vinyl, the other was seated 3 feet away with headphones on working on a track in Logic, and Lizard introduced me to his vast vinyl collection. That's what I'm talking about, see my mess over to the left there?

 

British lizard has had a few tracks on Bedrock as well as many others, and in keeping with the idea that we're going to trot out the vinyl from now until the end of my show, he's bringing some over, and he's a drummer, so he's going to out mix me...damn drummers, so tune in, while we go back, back, back to my roots.









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