Do we need labels?  


Back from my travels and back at Blu Jaz on Saturday 11th April.

There seems to be a lot of pressure these days to stick a label on everything and pigeon hole your playlist under one of a myriad of ever changing sub genres and catch phrases.

As a reference point I've stuck deep, funky, tech house all over this months flyer. I feel it gives a flavor of what I'm planning.

You'll definately hear tracks from the likes of Laurent Garnier, Slam, Layo & Bushwacka, Robert Hood, Carl Craig and Mr.G.

Given the venue I'll continue to introduce jazz and soul fueled tunes into the set. We'll see how it goes and what the people on the floor enjoy the most. Thats the thing with the whole Soundscapes theme it keeps moving. Evolving.

See you on the dancefloor.


44Beatz Presents 'Soundscapes'  


Hi Folks,

We’re back at Blu Jaz on Saturday 14th March for another installment of Soundscapes and this time around we’ll be on the 2nd floor so not too many stairs. Why we didn’t play that one while I was on crutches I’ll never know.

To kick things off I’ll be spinning some Acid Jazz, before easing into some nice Tech House, building things up a little and handing the controls over to my partner in crime for the night Reiki. From there on in things should really heat up as Reiki primes the floor with Fidget House and Electro. 

Its sure to be another fantastic night – hope you can make it.

See you on the dancefloor


(P.S Just want to say a big, big thank you to Reiki for all her help with this on this months flyer it’s been a labor of love and we hope you like it!)

44Beatz Presents 'Soundscapes' (21.02.09)  


We connect with the Beatz as we blend Hi-Tech Soul with Arabian mysticism. This could become contagious, inter-spaced Acid Jazz, Techouse and Tripped-out-Breaks with Raqs Sharqi.