This is the second issue of SubMarine, the newsletter for the Marine Parade community.
Marine Parade is the label behind Freeland, ils, Evil Nine, Adam Freeland DJ, and a bunch of other great artists.
A lot has happened for this month.
Adam Freeland just won "Face of Breaks" and "Best DJ" (for the second year running!) at the International Breakspoll awards in London last week!
We were also nominated in a load of other categories:
It was a great night with just about everybody who is anybody in the world of breaks attending. Evil Nine rocked the house too!
Thanks to everybody that voted and showed support.
Adam has also won a lot of awards in the new BBC radio one poll.
Evil Nine have finally finished their debut album entitled "You can be special too!" It's due out in June.
Evil Nines remix of Santos' "Sabot" seems to be getting massive props all over the place and is featuring on James Lavelle's new "Global Underground" CD.
Adam had just remixed Kelis' new track 'Trick Me', a track originally produced by the "The Neptunes" - watch out for promos coming over from USA over the next few weeks. If you are sharp you might find some cds floating around Miami WMC.
Ils is also very close to finishing his new album and it's sounding bad ass. Should be on the streets in September.
Latest releases on Marine Parade are:
Marine Parade are joining forces with URB magazine for a party at 'Space' in Miami on Monday 8th…Playing the party we've got Adam Freeland, Evil Nine and K-Swing (our lovely NYC based Marine Parade DJ).
More global wanderings this month:
Firstly, Evil Nine's Asian tour dates! 12th March at Innovations Sessions in Hong Kong, 13th at Cloud Nine in P.R.C., 19th Pegasus in Shanghai, 20th at the Zouk Club in Singapore, 22nd at the Mint Bar in Koh Samui, Thailand and 27th at the Pearl Lounge in Tokyo.
Adam Freeland is playing at Fabric in London tomorrow night - the 5th March. Then he's off to Miami - playing the Ultra Music Festival on Saturday 6th, before spinning tunes in the sun with Grandmaster Flash at the World Music Conference pool party in the daytime on the 8th, and finally rocking it up at the Marine Parade URB party with the Evils on the night of Monday 8th.
Adam's home in Brighton on the 19th to play at the FIRST EVER Marine Parade label night at Concorde 2 - featuring the Freeland live act, Evil NINE and friends of Marine Parade. The following day, 20th, will find him at Club Kadoc in Porto, Portugal and finally on the 27th Club Retro in Villemart.
Thanks to those that came and supported Freeland Live band at The Peace Not War festival in London on Valentines Day. (Not an ideal day of the year to go dancing).
Also big love to those that came to Budapest show, great gig, we had a great time.
Australia was wicked, with the Good Vibrations festival fully living up to its name. Here's a glimpse of a view from the stage during Freeland's live show:
Our new website is inches away so please bear with us, but very soon you'll be able to listen to and buy records, cds and ultimately MP3 downloads direct from us online. In the meantime, you can buy the following music now:
If there's anything you know about what we're up to email email@example.com.
This month's top 10's - as promised - Juice Aleem's Top Ten Kung Fu movies.
Juice points out that some are neither Chinese, nor martial arts and er....... theres obviously more than ten! (Don't worry. Its all-good Juice.)
Juice Aleem is responsible for Heel'n'toe with Toastie on the Freeland album and has become an integral part of the live show. Goto www.shadowless.com for more Juice.
Next month, Who knows? Some other random top tens for ya.
Some links ya might like:
Did you see the We Want Your Soul Video?
Street art is becoming an exciting part of living in Brighton
The real story behind Iraq
Some people have too much time on their hands
Finally, we haven't forgotten about the free Adam Freeland DJ mix we promised ya… it's coming with the site launch. Watch this space!
Thanks for your support. Don't forget to forward SubMarine to friends, and have them subscribe on www.marineparade.net to receive future editions.
Peace not War!
The Marine Parade crew