HOT hits and picks from Manchester’s ‘Outta Limits Radio Show’ host Damo B
Resident DJ at the infamous Bohemian Grove parties and bi-monthly ‘Nothing but the truth’ sessions at Eastern Bloc Record Shop in Manchester. Damo B is the presenter and producer of ‘The Outta Limits Radio Show’, an exclusive weekly session on Manchester’s Unity Radio 92.8 Fm.
If you have yet to dial in, you’ll find him broadcasting across the airwaves and over the internet every Thursday night. Over the last 8 years, Damo has cultivated one of the finest weekly shows dedicated to the best of Techno, House and Electronica all up in the mix, as he puts it: ‘Nothing but the truth’.
As avid listeners ourselves, we know that works Damo tirelessly each and every day to sift through hundreds of promos to select the best: which is exactly why we’ve asked him to start a new quarterly series, rounding up his top picks and hits that featured on the show over the last 3 months.
Rekab – Winter Harmons – Intellitronic Bubble
“From then opening chimes and hella dope beats, you know you’re in trouble! James crafts a wondrous acid/electro hybrid that oozes class. Available on very limited lathe cut 10 inch press and digital on Lee Norken & Arni’s Intellitronic Bubble imprint, this is propa!”
Bliss Inc – Outer Limits – Magicwire
“Pure dance floor dynamite, breaks and beats with THAT feel good factor, plus it’s the same name as the radio show. What’s not to like?”
Cignol – Modularity – Distant Worlds
“Taken from Paul Cignol’s brand new EP on Distant Worlds, this really shows off the best of what this guy is about: soaring melodies underpinned by swathes of glorious 303 goodness that reach into your soul: certified Roy Cropper!”
300 Degrees – Beyond – Biodrome
“Green Bay Wax non jungle offshoot providing the atmospherics for da man dem! Deep as you like chords and an acid line from the depths of his soul, no nonsense heads down kinda stuff. Tugging at the heartstrings, this deeper than Atlantis.”
Myriadd – All is mind – Weapons of Desire
“Craig Stainton can do wrong in my humble opinion, a true master of his craft and here he turns his hand to an 80s boogie monster, bringing it bang up to date with an acid house makeover. Guaranteed butt mover of a tune with a bassline for the waistline. It’s definitely got a feel good factor of 11, play it and watch them come.”
Auto Sound City – Funked after using – Chicago Bee Records
‘Using Machines’ is the vocal hook used in this totally slamming machine funk jam. B Boy foundation beats alongside beautifully crafted 303 lines ensure acid nirvana. Peak time winner from Messrs Aslam & Handley. FIYAH!
Carl Finlow – Descent – Craigie Knowes
“Gurn inducing bass and subtle melody changes find their way over a lovely drawn out arrangement, commanding the dancers and home listeners alike to shake rump. Emotional Techno of the highest calibre, a really great record for dj’s to roll out in the mix. Deep Emotec, special!”
Octal Industries – Borg Tekin – Vertex
“Cinematic soundscapes for the mind, reset your soul and the rest will follow. This is strictly a 5am kinda vibe for those that know, a brilliant Long Player well worthy of the spend.”
Armec – Chimera – AC Records
“Journeys by sound kinda thing, travel through time and space whilst taking in the view of this futuristic world. Armec delivers his view of the future.”
Mihial P – Dislodged Foreign Object- Nebulae Records
“Harking back to the year of 1993 and the early days of darkside jungle, this actually sounds like the bastard child of B12 and Doc Scott. Mihial concocts a vison of something special, techstepping beats with a whistling melody and Detroit-esque undertones. Perfection on wax, now if it was only 4 minutes longer.”