Soul:ution @ botw 29.10.10

Soul:ution was off & well into its stride when I arrived at Band On The Wall again this month. There's always some old faces from the after-hours extended family. By the time I had got to the stage, with a drink in hand & my camera in the other Dub Phizix was already handing over to Soul:R head-honcho Marcus Intalex

Special guest this month at Soul:ution is that rare commodity in the D'n'B community, a female DJ! Storm has been around for years & has certainly paid her dues. First turned on to Jungle music through the seminal night Rage at Heaven, she went on to set up the Metalheadz record label with Goldie & her partner-in-rave, best friend Kemistry

As the only all-female D'n'B DJ duo Kemistry & Storm became Speed residents alongside Fabio & LTJ Bukem, and toured extensively with Metalheadz. Tragically in April 1999 after a motorway accident driving back from a gig, Storm lost her other-half Kemistry. DJ Storm, however, recovered after a few months & bravely went back out on the road championing the genre of music they both loved. She is certainly well-respected in the local Manc contingent corner judging by the noise they created upon her appearance & her subsequent tune selections. Much love

A smiling Storm hands over to Brazillian Carlos Lima AKA S.P.Y. (Metalheadz/ Critical/ Soul:R) who surprises our Soul:ultion regulars, expecting some deep-beat annihilation similar to his last appearance, with a more liquid-tinged set. Awesome DJ & Producer all the same http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITpR7uahqiM

Promised another promoter that I'd show my face at his sound-clash across town centre so didn't see Soul:ution through to the end like I usually would. This event has become a concrete regular date on my club calendar though for consistent quality d'n'b in a great neglected venue. Next month (I will be there) Break comes to Band-On-The-Wall...
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