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It’s been a very exciting first year for Hobbes Music, with praise coming from all corners: Erol Alkan, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Justin Robertson, Ashley Beedle, Maceo Plex, Ivan Smagghe, Domenic (Subculture), JD Twitch (Optimo), Jimpster, TEED, Citizen, Sean Johnston, … Continue reading

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This is the third Hobbes Music release and the second in a series of remix EPs featuring up-and-­coming Scottish artists remixed by well­-established and emerging local and international talents.  Clips below.  Full EP on Bandcamp. Dawn Chorus will be released … Continue reading

  Partially funded by Creative Scotland, this debut release is the first in a series of remix EPs marking the tenth anniversary of Trouble (not to mention the fifth anniversary of Limbo) and featuring up-and-coming Scottish artists remixed by established and emerging … Continue reading

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RIP Donna Summer

24 May 2012

Hard to believe that Donna Summer has just died of cancer, aged 63.  The Queen of Disco was probably the first disco artist i was truly moved by, when she had a top twenty hit covering Jon & Vangelis’s 1981 … Continue reading

Here is an as-yet-unreleased remix by JD Twitch (of Glasgow’s world-renown Optimo club night) of HRH, a live act currently making waves in Edinburgh. HRH’s sound sits somewhere between the post-punk of PiL (front-woman Heather Craig’s tortured vocal style and impassioned live performances coming … Continue reading