1 – Deadbeat – Vampire Dub – [Echocord] 2 – Fluxion – Horizons – [Echocord] 3 – Kaito – And That Was The Way It Was (Echospace Mix) – [Kompakt] 4 – Soultek – Dreaming Under A Starlit Sky - [Echospace] 5 – Echospace - Spatialdimension- - [Echospace] 6 – CV 313 – Sailing Stars – [Echocord] 7 – CV 313 – Subtraktiv (Intrusion Dub) – [Echospace] 8 – Schwanbeck – Radio – [Echocord] 9 - Tylutki – Abhouse – [Team Records] 10- The Martinez Brothers - A Broke in the BX 1 – [Objektivity] 11- Unkown 12- Andre Lodemann - Dark Edge – (Dairmount & Berardi Mix) – [Room With A View] 13- D Julz – Ideas are Fish – [Circus Company]
Slam's monthly residency, Return To Mono at the world-famous Sub Club in Glasgow, has become a staple of the ever-advancing music scene in the West of Scotland. Guests like Ivan Smagghe, Adam Beyer, Alex Under, Claude VonStroke, Dusty Kid, Paul Ritch & Marc Houle have brought some delights to the club - but the one thing that has cemented Return To Mono in Glasgow's clubbing history has been the quality and consistency of Slam's warm-up sets. Orde & Stuart have been perfecting their trade for many moons, and this is evident when you catch a Return To Mono set.
Our Monopod series is recorded Live from these special nights in Glasgow's Sub Club and is usually the first hour of music in the club. So expect a mellow journey from dub and lo-fi through to deep, grooving house music.
This set in particular was Slam's warm-up to Nick Curly, who really rocked the Sub Club that night.