West London Deep has produced the backing track for comedian Lee Nelson’s advert for his new DVD, “Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show”. It has been aired across the UK. Lee Nelson’s website
Online fashion store Asos is using Tongue Tied to promote it’s Monologue range. The company has produced a classy little video to go with it, directed by Treve Jackson-Hicks.
West London Deep now has a YouTube channel. The channel is at www.youtube.com/westlondondeep
Soon I’ll be uploading some new tracks. For now, the ‘Favourites’ section has tracks from elsewhere on YouTube that I’ve been involved with over the years. These include some real classics such as Amber Groove by S.A.S. and others from my days with Lords of Afford and Innersphere.
West London Deep will be DJing at Neighbourhood in West London on Thursday 17 May. The night is called Late Nite Sleaze and is first in a series of underground parties. Also playing will be Jimmy Hill, James Prentice and Missadventure.
Late Night Sleaze, Thursday May 17, Neighbourhood Club, 12 Acklam Road, London W10. Nearest tube: Ladbroke Grove. Free before 10pm, £5 after.
West London Deep’s new track “Affirmative feat. Aidita” is on Tom Stephan’s new mix CD “Let’s Go Chumbo”. Released on 20 November, the CD is an excellent two disc mix by Tom.
Ministry have signed up “Tongue Tied” and “It’s Later Than You Think” for a massive four CD collection of dance classics. The album, The No. 1 Dance Classics Album, out on Ministry’s DecaDance on 2nd October, includes classics by Josh Wink, Fat Boy Slim and Black Box alongside modern tracks by Mish Mash, Boogie Pimps and Tomcraft. “Tongue Tied” is at the end of disc two and the collection is brought to a close by “It’s Later Than You Think”.
West London Deep are headlining a Ministry of Sound event in Oslo on Saturday 19 August. For more information check out www.theannual.no
Last night Dave, Ollie and Gary played at “In The Loop”, a live music showcase in West London. “In The Loop” is the first in a series of Happy Daze events organised by Dave, Daddy Warren and Anthony Carenza.
Multi-instrumentalist Gary Burns is collaborating with West London Deep. Gary has had several chart hits as a member of The Sabres of Paradise and The Aloof, has composed many film soundtracks and remixed some of the biggest names in music including U2, Leftfield and Bjork.
Tom Stephan was Pete Tong’s “DJ On The Phone” on last night’s Essential Selection. He chose to play the new Infadels remix, saying “This is one of my favourite records at the moment. It’s the excellent West London Deep mix of the Infadels and ‘Love Like Semtex’”.