George Evelyn

George Evelyn picks out the first and last records he bought and the one he turns to in an emergency…


Malcolm McLaren and the World’s Famous Supreme Team
‘Buffalo Girls’
(Charisma, 1982)

“This record changed my life and it’s never been the same since. It simultaneously got my head in a twist for rap, fashion, style and dance. This record gives so much life to any dancefloor, it’s kinda early electro and early rap all mixed in one. Not to mention Malcom Maclaren being one of the all time great visionaries. This was HEAVY and still is!”


Girls of the Internet
‘What Is A Man?’
(Drab Queen, 2018)

“Been digging these guys a lot and everything they’ve released so far has been deep, grooved out and bangs! I first heard of them when they put out ‘Love Delicious ft Peven Everret’ which is deeper than this, but man does that groove. Their whole sound is sleazy and bassy and classic and futuristic. This is perfect for the dance floor and I can’t wait to hear what they come up with next.”


DJ Assassin
‘Face In The Crowd’
(Cross Section, 1998)

“I challenge any DJ, in any club, in any city, to play this and it not go absolutely right off. This is the definition of an emergency banger. I never knew that much about DJ Assassin and he still remains a bit of a mystery – which I like. I’m such a deep digger and I wanna know everything about every record but I also love having some records which remain mysterious to me – even if they aren’t to anyone else.”

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