Life... (is the name of the game...)

Life... (is the name of the game...)

Okay. So the McWhirter brothers had questionable right right politics, Roy Castle claimed to have got lung cancer through passive smoking in jazz clubs and the TV series now has that one from Bucks Fizz presenting it. Ouch. Nevertheless, the Guinness Book Of Records is cool. For one thing, it's got 'Guinness' in the title (mmm...) and for another it's full of freaks who spend their lives stuffing peas up their left nostril and suchlike. Which is radical body art, when you think about it funny and squint your eyes a little. So we are stunned and chuffed and all that to discover that Coldcut have made the 1999 edition of this classic tome for the singular feat of the most video remixes. Yes, 'Timber' had mixes from Hex, EBN, LPC, Clifford Gilberto and Gnomadic. Beat that, you plate-eating, mid-west stilt-walkers...

Dedication, oo-oo, dedication...

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Ninja Tune Family at Glastonbury 2015 - Full Schedule

This week we're pitching up at Glastonbury to witness performances from Matt Black (Coldcut), The Bug, Dorian Concept, Kate Tempest (Big Dada), among others - listen to our warm-up playlist on Spotify / Deezer / Rdio

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Ninja Tune at 25: LEAF Conversation

On Friday 6 March we join London's Electronic Arts Festival (LEAF) at Tobacco Docks to host a panel on Ninja Tune in its 25th year with co-founder Matt Black (Coldcut), Andreya Triana, Toddla T & Peter Quicke - tickets available here.

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Coldcut 'Let Us Play!' Beat Delete 2LP Repress

Ninja Tune founders, Coldcut, first released this album in 1997 and now it's back in stock on 2LP via Beat Delete. Thanks to everyone who pledged to see it repressed; pick up your copy - Ninjashop / Amazon.

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Solid Steel Radio 19/09/2014 - Coldcut & Damon Bell

Coldcut start the show this week, before Deepblak Recordings Chief Connoisseur Damon Bell steps up in Hour 2.

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