Tonight (Friday 14th March) Hot Contact takes to Glasgow's notorious late night club haunt The Berkeley Suite with Craig Moog (Piece Together) at the controls. Sound wise think, Disco, Italo, House, Re-Edits, Cosmic, Electronic, Balearic, Psychedelic, Funk, Boogie and everything else in between. The Berkeley Suite has been renowned for it's great great bookings since opening it's doors a while back with guests such as Dan Avery (Phantasy), Prins Thomas (Full Pupp), Thomas Bullock (Rub'n'Tug), Optimo, Derrick Carter, Horse Meat Disco, Cosmo Vitelli, Pete Herbert & Dicky Trisco (Disco Deviance), the list continues...rolling through the place and Andrew Weatherall & Sean Johnston holding down a residency there with their brilliant 'A Love From Outer Space' club night. The club runs from 11pm till 3am, get down early to ensure entry!
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Landing in store tomorrow (Saturday 15th March) is Puma's great Trinomic XS 850 Plus. Originally released back in 1992, Puma have resurrected the Trinomic XS850 for a Spring/Summer 2014 release as a part of its newly-established “CREAM” program. Noteworthy for its Trinomic technology of honeycomb-like clear rubber hexagonal cells – providing a perfect combination of cushioning, flexibility, and stability thanks to their ability to collapse and expand – the 2014 retro of the early ’90s trail shoe retains the neon accents and abstract prints of the era in the form of its neon pink accents and signature heel splatter. Constructed of mesh and suede for both breathability and durability, the CREAM edition of the XS850 OG drops tomorrow at Fat Buddha Store, so be quick to grab yourself a pair before these go. You can check out some images from Puma's Cream program below. For a chance to wins a pair of Puma Trinomic XS 850 Plus, head over to our Instag
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Someone who needs no introduction is Moodymann (Kenny Dixon Jr), who plays Max's La Cheetah Club tonight in Glasgow (Friday 7th Match). An outspoken voice in the normally non-confrontational world of electronic dance music, Moodymann is committed to keeping a distinctly black imprint on techno and house. While he may frustrate people with his refusal to be interviewed and insistence on reminding people of the genre's origins, the soulfulness of his output is unquestioned. Utilizing classic soul an d jazz samples, low-slung bass lines and an approach to drum programming that is diametrically opposed to the tendency to push the tempo faster and faster, he has achieved classic status thanks to gems like "Sunday Morning", "Shades of Jae", and his remix of Innerzone Orchestra's "People Make the World Go Round". Following years of 12" only releases, he compiled his best work on "Silentintroduction", one of the most