MY RECORD BAG: ELLIOT SCHOOLING
Elliot Schooling, co-founder of Appetite has made a name for himself through the release of ’Disco Riddims’ on Phil Week’s ‘Robsoul’, as well as the addictive disco edits of classics such as, ‘One Way Ft. Al Hudson – Music’ has gained praise from the likes of Richy Ahmed and Mark Farina.
Over to Elliot for his take on my record bag…
Lil Louis & The World – Club Lonely (I’m On The Guestlist Mix)
I actually got given this record by a good friend (which I need to return still and buy myself one). I was lucky enough to warm up for the legend Lil’ Louis which was an honour, when the party is on point it’s hard to leave this beautiful track out…
Northwick Circle – Mau Mau
I picked this one up when I was on a trip to Las Vegas with my Dad, the shop had stacks and stacks of records, grabbed a bunch that day all from random 90s UK labels. This is my sort of jam, il play it at any time, slick deep vibe.
JFK – Here They Come Again (Crank Mix)
I was fortunate enough to be given a bunch of records by an old friend. This was in the collection and it hasn’t left the bag since. Proper banger, hands up vibe on this one, big drums and fat bass.
Samo – Crazy Green
This was picked up in Phonica, recommended by Luther who works in there who usually picks out some keepers for me. The whole production on this record blew me away, there’s a break about 3:30 which ends up going off. 100% my darker side but sounded fat on the 93 east system.
Unknown Artist – Steady
Again a Phonica pick up, I remember Luther picked this one out for me! Cool track, with classic vocals, works definitely but can’t overplay this one…
June 21, 2020 2:27 pm
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