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Glen Brady (also known as DJ Wool) has spent the last couple of years in California as an audio engineer in the classical music world, he has recently toured as a member of D.A.R.K. with band members Dolores O’Riordan (The Cranberries) and Andy Rourke (The Smiths). He also mixed their debut album “Science Agrees” and last year he toured in support of The Cranberries as a member of D.A.R.K. He used to live in Berlin where he churned out hard-hitting tracks, before that he was in NYC duo The Glass and up to this date he’s amassed a massive resume with remixing and production credits for a vast array of artists including Spoek Mathambo, Todd Terry, Far East Movement, REM, Jagz Kooner, Howie B, Tittsworth and many more.

He has now relocated to Ireland where he recently performed an all hardware set on synths, samplers, drum machines and fx at the Body & Soul Festival. Fortunately, someone pressed the record button and we all are now able to hear this beauty of a set, listen and enjoy breaks, acid bleeps, housed up jams and banging left-field techno in a set done by a maestro. Also, be on the lookout for new releases from DJ Wool on My Techno Weighs a Ton and Soleid.

Vilnius based producer Boyfriend remixed the track “Spirits Rising” which is the new single from legendary US producer Todd Terry’s collaboration with Screamin’ Rachael and the track is the lead single off of Screamin’ Rachael’s upcoming EP “U-DO” which will be released later this summer via Chicago label Trax Records. The track originally began as an unofficial remix where Rachael sang on top of Todd Terry’s “Sume Sigh Sae” off the “Gypsyland” album but what had originally begun as a session between Jorge and Rachael in Saint Louis’ Central West End eventually led to an official reworking, and signed off by Todd Terry himself.

Boyfriend steps up with a subdued, moombahtonesque sounding beat that eases us into super humid summer mode.

I’m currently spending lazy days out on the Italian countryside but you should all enjoy this dj tool/track from Wax Motif & Neoteric, it’s combination of their remix of the Todd Terry track “Get Down” (taken from their compilation “Strictly Rhythms Vol. 09”) and the house track of the moment “Jack” by the mighty Breach.

“A summer time jam, for the club, the beach, wherever there is sun.”