It’s 2014 and you can buy 12 brand new tee-shirts with some classic Mo’ Wax designs!Read the full story
Mo' Wax Please
Watch 2 videos of Tony Nwachukwu in conversation with DJ Shadow, Andrea Parker, Attica Blues, and As One during the Meltdown Sessions, London, June 2014.Read the full story
The Kickstarter prints are coming!
For those of you who have pledged on the prints (remember? it was more than a year ago), it’s coming!
(via Ben Drury)
Rewire is a visual and audio project by Rob Swain and Andrea Parker, featuring Luke Vibert, Divine Styler and SheOne among a lot more.Read the full story
DJ Shadow vs James Lavelle + UNKLE Meltdown gigs limited edition posters
New Analog made 100 of each design. They were for sale at both gigs, and are now available online. Grab yours now! http://www.new-analog.net/Reconstructed-James-Lavelle-DJ-Shadow
I went to the opening of the Mo’ Wax Urban Archaeology exhibition in Southbank Centre, London, and it was awesome. Here is my photo and video report.Read the full story
James Lavelle and Benji B’s were in conversation on the BBC Radio 1 last night for a Mo’ Wax special. Listen!Read the full story
Listen : Swifty talks Mo’ Wax history on NTS Live today
This is fresh from the last 15 minutes : Swifty was the guest at the Jean-Claude / If Music radio show on NTS Live today.
They talked about Mo’ Wax, Talkin’ Loud, the London club scene at the time… with a selection of phat blunted tunes. Listen below if you missed this!
Oh, and by the way, check out this interview with Swifty I did last year.
The long-awaited Urban Archaeology : 21 years of Mo’ Wax book is out. Have a quick preview, then go order your copy!Read the full story
Someone just uploaded the recording of the first That’s How It Is! birthday, mixed by Gilles Peterson and James Lavelle at Bar Rumba in 1994.Read the full story
More exciting names added to Meltdown line up
Grandmaster Flash, Scratch Perverts, Jeff Mills, A Guy Called Gerald, James Holden… Things I like much more than the first names unveiled, but now it’s too late. Enjoy for me. via Clash Music
This exciting photo of an advance copy of the Mo’ Wax Urban Archaeology book has just been posted on Twitter. It’s real, and it looks sexy! I love the idea of a stripe.Read the full story
Southbank Centre has just published the full lineup of Meltdown 2014, curated by James Lavelle, and it’s not what I (we?) expected.Read the full story
Here’s some music by DJ Krush and The Prunes that you may have never heard before!Read the full story
The Mo’ Wax Urban Archaeology book has a new cover
This 23 minutes video is a collection of 11 short films directed by Thomas Campbell for Tommy Guerrero’s music, released by Mo’ Wax in 2000.Read the full story
… and it’s just dark as you might expect from her.Read the full story
The 9th issue of Jocks&Nerds features an interesting Mo’ Wax feature by Paul Bradshaw, the guy behind the now defunct Straight No Chaser magazine where James Lavelle used to have a column called Mo’ Wax Please… Here is the interview in its entirety, enjoy!Read the full story
Here’s a rip of the promo cassette for Blackalicious’ Nia LP from 1999, mixed by J Rocc of the Beat Junkies!Read the full story
A focus on David Axelrod’s album for Mo’ Wax in 1998, including an exclusive video interview and DJ Shadow’s liner notes from the CD.Read the full story