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Blaze DJ and guest DJ Skin Teeth for 'Ministry of Breaks' 28.

British DJ and Producer Blaze UK performing at an event wearing a baseball cap, colour image.

Blaze DJ has announced guest DJ Skin Teeth for his next show 'Ministry of Breaks' 28 on our radio station. Scientific Sound Asia is the Asian electronic music station for the region with an international following.

Blaze DJ (first hour) is a British DJ and producer originating from Walthamstow in the East End of London, U.K. His whole career and background have been associated with underground music culture and DJing.

According to the rule of 10,000 hours, it takes approximately 10,000 hours of practice to truly become an expert at something and master one’s trade. However, for Blaze DJ, 10,000 hours was but a mere apprenticeship.

The London-based DJ has put so many hours in, that he has come to develop an almost telepathic connection to the decks, the music he plays and the people who listen.

Having been born into a household where he was exposed to a truly eclectic mix of musical styles and genres, Blaze DJ notes his parents and siblings as his earliest influences.

A blend of Jazz, Funk, Disco, New Romantics and 80’s synth-pop helped to mould his taste, but it wasn't until he heard the cassette House Sounds of Chicago Volume 1, in 1987 while still a schoolboy, that Blaze DJ knew he had discovered his sound. Since that day, music has become an avocation for Blaze DJ, influencing not only his nights out but his entire career and every single aspect of his life.

Taking up DJing at the tender age of 15, Blaze DJ quickly established himself as a DJ people wanted to listen to, from the humble surroundings of a local pub in Edmonton to residencies in Birmingham and Faliraki, often playing to 2,000 people, if it can be done as a DJ, Blaze DJ has probably done it. A genuine member of the Acid House generation, Blaze DJ considers himself to be “one of the lucky ones” to have witnessed the growth of the UK’s electronic music scene from its beginnings to the present day.

Yet, he manages to bring the same enthusiasm and energy to his sets now, thirty years later, as he did while playing the epic parties of the early 1990s. For Blaze DJ, it is and always has been all about house music.

Influenced by many artists from the early days right through to today, he has managed to take all of his inspiration and influences and weave them into the tapestry that is his unique sound. Think classic house, add a hint of breaks, a touch of acid and a sprinkling of techno and you’ll start to get an understanding of Blaze DJ’s style.

Blaze DJ’s influence wasn’t only felt behind the decks, having spent time working in DJ shops. He became the first retailer in the country to combine DJing and producing equipment under one roof.

Additionally, he was responsible for completely revolutionising retail for the electronic music community. In 2005 it seemed Blaze DJ had lost the spark for performance, and while still working within the music industry as an audio-visual designer and consultant, working on the sound systems in some of the world’s most famous clubs, he decided to hang up his headphones and call a day on his DJing career.

However, after a fifteen-year hiatus, the spark was rekindled and Blaze DJ returned to the scene with newfound enthusiasm and a desire to perform at the highest level once more.

He’s certainly hit the ground running too, and despite the events of the last year has already secured three monthly radio slots with Ibiza Club News, Underground Kollektiv and Scientific Sound Asia.

Now, equipped with a full catalogue of unreleased music and currently releasing under Industrial Force and Zeta Records, he’s ready to take clubland by the scruff once again. He is one of the hardest work DJs in the global breaks scene and has been doing his thing for over 30 years.

The brand Ministry of Breaks has been building traction over the last two years and is now gaining a reputation for its unique blend of breaks, bass and bleeps, with new music due to release soon for the winter. It's been a busy time for Blaze DJ, with the relaunch of his own YouTube channel, MOB YouTube channel, and Breaks n Bass parties.

The summer is over and Blaze is shifting gears, back in the studio working on new music to release in 24, Ministry of Breaks has teamed up with The Coven and Ctrl Z to bring D.A.B at Bonkers Bar in Dalston on the 18th of November, plus he is playing at Glitch held at Volks in Bright on the 29th November. Finally, he is back at The Heathcote and Star on the 3rd of November with the First Friday of the Month party.

British DJ and producer Skin Teeth standinmg looking at camera in his living room, colour image.

Guest DJ Skin Teeth.

Skin Teeth (second hour) is a DJ, Artist and Rave obsessive who makes some noisy Hardcore and Jungle-inspired Breakbeat. Growing up on that classic 90's diet of rave tapes, flyer collecting and sneaking into local parties it wasn't long before he got into collecting records and eventually production.

Graduating through the years has found him playing in many different guises and has seen him DJ across Europe, America and Russia. Stints on some of London's best pirate radio stations and some of the country's most iconic venues.

Leaning heavily on his Hardcore roots he produces and plays raw, unapologetic and dark underground Breakbeat. This month's show features Breaks, Breakbeat, and UK Bass.

Listen live on Friday 27th of October 2023, from 6 PM to 8 PM Indochina Time (ICT) and repeat on Tuesday from 6 AM to 8 AM (ICT).

Ministry of Breaks 28.

Blaze DJ (first hour)

Guau, Lowco - We Overcome (Original Mix) [83]

Lone Saxon - Raised By The Island (Running Hot Mix) [Balearic Ensemble]

Ondamike, The Bass Droppers - 2 Steppin' (Original Mix) [Ravesta Records]

The Old Skool Boys - Grooves (Original Mix) [Nocturnia Records]

The Darrow Chem Syndicate - Astro Blend (Paket & Tone Abstract Remix)

Jormek - Secrets (Original Mix) [Solid Breaks Records]

Nitro (ESP) - Wicked Cool (Original Mix) [Guachinche Records]

Rennie Pilgrem - Drumma (Elite Force Mix) [Elite Force]

Shades Of Rhythm - 20 Sound of Eden (Hixxy O.S & Ramos Remix)

Jiro - Hanna (FM-3 Remix) [Banana Club]

Destroyers & Aggresivnes - Wicked Acid (Original Mix) [Elektroshok Records]

Afghan Headspin - CHECK ONE (Original Mix) [DIRTY KITCHEN RAVE]

Discosynthetique and Miller - Pop Lock And Drop It (The Freakazoids Remix)

Andy M - Bring the Beat Back (Original Mix) [Regress Breakz]

Colin Worth - Move Like Prime

Frazer Ray - NYC (Raymix)

Nitro (ESP) - Acid People (Original Mix) [Ravesta Records]

Liz Cass, Trutopia - Teardrops (Original Mix) [DistroKid]

Nickname - T for Tremendous (Original Mix) [B&H Records]

DJ Index - Ready For The Drop

SellRude - Old School (Original Mix) [Banana Club]

Bobby Lasers - 24 oz

Deekline, Firestar Soundsystem - Pickle Head (Original Mix) [Hot Cakes]

Skin Teeth (second hour).

Skin Teeth - Caustic Soundboy

Stompz - Fabrication

Pepsi Slammer - Saturday Night Loving

Two Toke - Checkup

Gaunt - Firefloor (Pepsi Slammer Remix)

We Kill Culture - Passions

Skin Teeth - Dark Was When We Played

LSN - Critical

Response & Pliskin - Worse Off

My Nu Leng & Club Glow - Who Are You

Revival Season - Pump (Skin Teeth Remix)

Doc Zee - Bassquake (Skin Teeth Remix)

Effy & Flowdan - Stone

K-65 - Break Of Dawn

Skin Teeth - Knuckle Bone

Chrissy - Only One (Yosh Remix)

Borai - Oh No

Bobby Lasers - 24 oz

Swankout - Jungliss (Skin Teeth Remix)

Afghan Headspin - Frequency (Skin Teeth Remix)

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