“Still Going” is the combination of two NYC dance music leaders.
I rummaged through scores of music mixes and challenged my exquisite taste in the last month to bring you the first Culture Club Mix Fix. This mix is definitely all about up time. Bit dubious? Totally fine if you are. I suggest to try this booty-shaker as you are dressing up before hitting celebration-central. You may even pick up a new move or two.
“Still Going” is the combination of two NYC dance music leaders – Eric “Dunks” Duncan of Rub ‘n’ Tug and Olivier Spencer of Manthraxx and Mr. Negative. Spencer and Duncan met many years ago at the now infamous Rui’s Loft, where Duncan spun legendary sweaty late night parties as one half of the New York DJ duo Rub ‘n’ Tug. Rub ‘n’ Tug began to take off, and Duncan was soon DJing around the world, releasing mix CDs on Eskimo, Fabric, and aNYthing Records, and remixes for LCD Soundsystem, Coldplay, Roxy Music, and the Beastie Boys.
Both Spencer and Duncan are part of edit supergroup How & Why alongside Rong co-founder Jason Drummond (AKA DJ Spun), and as one part of House Of House, Liv is responsible for the end of the night disco-house bomb “Rushing To Paradise.”
‘Still Going’ featured as mix #172 on Resident Adviser (RA), September 14th 2009. It is 84Mb and goes for about 1 hour and 10 minutes. Dare I say it is surprisingly impressive for an RA Podcast. I found it by default after listening to 1x Laurent Garnier [RA Mix #107] – downloaded a year ago.