Broadcite In 5 Records
South London’s Broadcite productions present an organic and fresh sound based on the fusion of live elements and programmed beats. Now hosting a collection of artists, producers, composers and DJs, all with their own style but with the same ethos of forward-thinking musical exploration, covering a multitude of genres, incorporating Afro elements / House / Nu Jazz / Broken beats & Electronica. Future-thinking yet “old skool loving”, Broadcite remains 100% independent and perclaims it’s more a state of mind than a club night or record label. Established in 2001 to provide an alternative experience for open-minded music lovers worldwide.
1. Broadcite Unplugged Volume 1 – New Beginnings
The history of the Broadcite movement started in 2001 on the London ‘Broken beat ‘circuit. The guys were instrumental in evolving this sound along side other well known names. This compilation marked the launch of the Broadcite music productions label and saw their in house dubs released for all to play and enjoy.
2. The Sickness EP – Wipe The Needle
‘Wipe the needle’ are an integral part of the production camp at Broadcite HQ. These guys had released many joints on other labels prior to their debut EP on Broadcite music that allowed them to ‘experiment’ with their trade mark House music sound. Wipe the needle are now working on the full series, so peep the Broadcite catalogue for more goodies.
3. Waiting – Farah
After years of working on some great memorable London underground events with Broadcite and Tribe records connecting minds. Head honcho ‘Zepherin Saint’ then connected on the production side with T-Roy and created something fresh. This remix release sparked that link between the two like minded labels and was well received on the deep house scene sparking more releases in that vain from the Broadcite productions camp.
4. Zanzile Project – Bruk boogie Kru
This project launched the BBK tour the success of this debut release enabled the guys to be booked for Dj set Festival events in Switzerland / Brazil / South Africa and London. It was very well received and supported by the djs on the House music scene even though the sound was more edgy. Check out the brand new release out this month by BBK & the Layders ‘Freakin’
5. BoBo – T-Roy feat Wunmi
This was a track that completed the Bush meat album project pivotal moment for Label owner and Artist T-Roy to spread his wings through Africa and experiment musically with the fusion of traditional Afro beats and modern electronic . Also triggered his debut and residency at the Ghana music festival www.asabaako.com [West Africa].