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Episode 26 - S. Jay
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April 04, 2014 01:28 PM PDT
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On the rise Leeds based producer S. Jay provides the sounds for Episode 26..

S. Jay comes at you with his own unique blend of groovy House music which is accompanied with subtle Garage influences. He is also co-owner to the fast growing record label 'Domino Effect'

https://www.facebook.com/s.jaymusicofficial?fref=ts

https://www.facebook.com/dominoeffectrecords?ref=profile

Episode 25 - System2
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March 16, 2014 02:49 AM PDT
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System2 was born out of a desire to produce & perform music that meant something to its creators. They, being no strangers to the industry decided to stop their previous work under a name they'd been using for 10 years, go back to the start & have a fresh outlook on it all. Our love for vinyl & our love for the System2 sound has led us to this new chapter, with our very own label behind us from the start, System2 aims to bring something different to the industry.

With their debut release already out on the Underground Audio imprint, System2 will soon launch their first release off their very own label titled System2 001 with Hanfry Martinez {One Records} on board on remix duties.

www.facebook.com/System2musik

Episode 24 - Dom Samba
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December 16, 2013 08:29 AM PST
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Raw Underground Records head honcho DomSamba delivers Episode 24 of the Motion Podcast series. Having recently played alongside the likes of Waifs & Strays, Darius Syrossian, Pete Tong & The Martinez Brothers and with a diary already filling up with dates for 2014, your sure to be seeing a lot more of him in the near future! He's had his own material and remixes released on labels such as; Attraction Music, Freshart, Dog Records, Criminal Hype, All Over It Records, Gooseneck Records and his own Raw Underground Records. With a heavy production & remix schedule lined up for next year, it's a sure thing that you'll be listening to his stuff in the not too distant future!
Dom would like to dedicate this mix to everyone who has supported him in his journey so far. Here's to the future!

Episode 23 - Dudley Strangeways
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October 24, 2013 07:42 AM PDT
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Dudley’s reputation has rocketed in the short time since his first solo release in 2009. Most notably “Stop Rewind” popped up on Richie Hawtin’s Twitter listings. His trademark driving, edgy house is pressed to wax by labels such as Tomoki Tamura’s Holic Trax, Klasse, Black Key and Delayed Audio, finding favour with the likes of Xpress 2, Ethyl, Iron Curtis, Fish Go Deep, The Mountain People & DJ Sneak.

Episode 22 - Horsey Brothers
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September 11, 2013 05:20 AM PDT
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Next up an exclusive all vinyl mix from the Horsey Brothers. The boys have been mixing house music for over 15 years, and have had releases on Kaluki Musik, Resonance Records, Amenti Music & more.

Episode 21 - Rebel
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August 23, 2013 11:23 AM PDT
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Unlike many weird and wonderful names in music, this one couldn’t be more descriptive if it led a revolution. Never one for conforming, following or holding back, Jonny ‘Rebel’ Lawrence's passion for music can be heard throughout his work as well as in his personality.
Always open minded Jonny's influence are broad. Spanning across 80s pop culture and the 90s dance music scene, plus what close friends describe as ‘an unhealthy obsession with hero Sasha’ - you can see where Rebel pulls direction from.
Hailing from the historically conservative Buckinghamshire, it’s not hard to see where the thirst to step away from the norm came from. After realising his passion for music and all things artistic at a young age, Jonny had found the ammunition he needed to flourish from a wayward boy to a rebellious leader. In 2004 he moved to Leicester and began his musical journey quickly becoming a regular at the cities infamous Sonido parties before launching his own venture in the form of Save The Pony.
2013 sees the launch of "Tough Luck Records", Jonny's own imprint (Alongside friends Chris Cue and Twon) with a clearly defined ethos, tough, raw Techno and house. It's first release, REbEL's "History" EP was immediately picked up by the likes of Loco Dice, Stacey Pullen, wAFF, Adam Shelton, Bloody Mary, Jozif and more. It also received Mixmag's "Techno tune of the month" for August 2013, scoring 9/10, surely a sign of things to come from TLR.
With a vast array of unreleased material lying dormant in his hard drive and a continuous drive to make music, promote parties and push his label, Jonny will surely continue to work hard and succeed in an ever evolving scene.

Episode 20 - James Barnsley
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July 31, 2013 05:33 PM PDT
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I'd like to dedicate this mix to anyone and everyone who has supported me on this journey so far, anyone who has danced to or played any of my records. Without you I wouldn't have got this far today. So massive thanks to you all!!.

The mix itself includes some of my favourite tracks over the past few months and. It also includes my latest release 'Frigid' on Moan and a new track Im currently working on called 'All For The Music' as well as some fresh music from some good friends of mine and some of my main inspirations and who i would like to give a big mention: Burnski, DJ W!ld, John Dimas, Javier Carbalo, Adam Shelton, J.Cub, Andrade.

Hope you all enjoy the mix.
Peace and Love
James.

Episode 19 - Ian Blevins
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July 10, 2013 07:55 AM PDT
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Local favourite Ian Blevins supplies a deep episode 19, We Love and Future Disco resident, alongside current and upcoming releases with Bloodbath, Audio Parallax, Colour series, Rothmans, Is It Balearic and Out Of Bounds.

Episode 18 - Andre Crom
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May 23, 2013 08:07 AM PDT
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Off Recordings head honcho Andre Crom adds to the series for episode 18. Recorded live from his recent performance at our 3rd birthday party in Digital, Newcastle.

Episode 17 - Martijn
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May 04, 2013 02:44 AM PDT
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Deep Edition head honcho Martijn, joins us for Episode 17. Be sure to check out his impressive back catalogue with support from DJ Sneak, Huxley and Marc Romboy.

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