A big TT hug to all those who made the Beat Herder so special this year. As always there are too many to mention individually. Suffice to say that you know who you are and that your hard work is hugely appreciated. All those that came and partied with us should also be thanked - it would be a pointless exercise without your support - so give yourselves a pat on the back from us X
The photos have been added to the gallery (below - left) and here are the first batch of music downloads.
Kicking things off we have a marathon set from TT resident Red J who warmed up beautifully for the peerless Shackleton. Red put on a masterclass in building the vibe over two and a half hours before handing over a perfectly primed dancefloor. It can be downloaded or streamed from HERE. Watch your bass-bins!
Next up - Trailer Trash resident James Deane followed the Idjut boys on Friday night. His set was a melting-pot of styles (or a smorgasboard if you prefer), taking in house, techno and a sprinkling of disco towards the end. Expertly crafted, his set can be downloaded or streamed HERE
More download goodness - Andy P's set from the Friday night is available HERE. As usual it's a fine selection of disco inspired tech-house expertly put together for the Trailer Trash big-top. Enjoy.
Finally for now - the much requested and anticipated Saturday night / Sunday morning set from Ross Allen which was one of the most varied (and excellent) musical selections we've had the pleasure of hosting. The term 'eclectic' is often misused, but it is genuinely appropriate here. Almost three hours long, it can be downloaded or streamed HERE
More mixes to follow soon - In the meantime, here is a round-up of TT and related videos. Love TT Crew X