Vocal Booth 7.10

Last night’s show took us right back to the poolside of the Jardines del Mar on the Sunday afternoon of the Vocal Booth Weekender.
The Clash of the Titans saw 6 of the non-DJs that support the show every week go head to head in order to gain bragging rights as King or Queen of the chat room.
The vibe inside the chat room was brilliant last night as we all laughed and remembered the fun we had, I hope you enjoy either catching that vibe or taking yourself right back to the sunshine.
For this week only there is no playlist.   As promised, for anyone interested, click here to get an unedited copy of the “Clash”, what you hear on the show has been treated slightly for better listening.
(click here to download last night’s show as below)

Vocal Booth live 7.10.10 by andyward


One Hundred

Earlier in the week I also had the urge to do a slower mix, which I titled “One Double Zero”. At a very groovy 100bpm, this features some lovely tracks and is more than likely the first of many to come.
(Click here to download the mix)

Andy Ward – One Double Zero by andyward

Vocal Booth Weekender

One FINAL reminder that the brand new website will go live any day soon, make sure you join the mailing list to receive exclusive information ahead of the game on the dates for next year’s party and hotel reservations.   As promised, the numbers will be heavily restricted next year and I won’t be advertising it to the general public until way after you have had the chance to save your room in your chosen hotel.  Join now www.vocalboothweekender.com

Merchandise is also still available, including T shirts and the amazing double CD from the Weekender.   Final thanks to everyone that has shown support on “The Friends of the Booth E.P” which almost broke into the Top 30 today, so things look good on that front.

Have a great weekend folks, in the next two weeks I head to MustHaveSoul @360,Dubai and Soul Heaven @ Ministry of Sound, London.. so I look forward to seeing one or two of you on my travels.

Enjoy that ?

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