Archive: February 2009

so, having an idea don’t mean shit. executing ideas and following them through means everything. people steal ideas all the time, do them better or more aggressively than the creator did, and bingo. you have to get through the dip and ensure you commit to your ideas til the end, before moving on to the next one. Having too many ideas can be dangerous.

i weren’t gunna do it, but then everybody was doing it, so i thought i’d bang one out, so here it is: 1. i am a fucking confused human that does not understand itself 1 bit.2. i started DJing when i was 12.3. i grew up in Brynmawr.4. patriotism bores me.5. i used to be a salesman, earned a wedge, and had a company car.6. i got deported from turkey in 2003.7. i walked across spain to sort my head…

We been playing about in the Lab over the last few days…and we kept listening to Gary Jules’ version of the Tear For Fears 80’s classic, Mad World.What a fucking tune… We have decided to put out a Sicknote cover version of this tune as it seems to be striking a chord with us so much. Look out for a FREE download coming in the next week or so, the only way you can get this is by subscribing to…

Here is a Sicknote track that has never been performed live, never given any promo and is a sort of beast within it’s on right.This is the song which P&O managed to delete all the files for, causing me to almost toss him and his lap top into the river Taff.It took ages to form and work and rework, and we were never sure of the end result, but after listening with Doghouse last night, we decided to push it…

Here is Doghouse presenting his recent masterpiece! So the art work is done!The track has been been brought back into the Lab as we are going to rework it, make it FATTER, add a naughty breakbeat, make a DJ friendly version, collate all the remixes and send it all into Tommy Tank for remastering. The tour dates are slotting in and all will be announced soon. All you folk who are out of work will receive free entry to the…

Malcolm Galdwell (or is it Gladwell?) wrote in his recent book ‘Outliers’ that we must put 10,000 hours into our chosen profession in order to master it.Seth Godin said before Malcolm that it takes 10 years. Which is probably about the same. The great example in Outliers is The Beatles, who when leaving for Germany were a fairly shit band, according to one source, and upon returning were world class.This was largely down to the amount of time they spent…

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