‘Mix Up Blender’ + Don Letts BBC Radio

Don Letts plays ‘Mix Up Blender’ - a track off my forthcoming EP on WNCL Recordings on his recent installment of Culture Clash Radio. I have been a long time listener and viewer of Don’s music and film documentations and contributions. Needless to say I am very stoked to be a part of episode’s journey. Listen to the show ︎

A few words about Don..

A key cultural evangelist, Letts became part of the punk scene in late-70s London, befriending everyone from Malcolm McLaren to Bob Marley; he was DJing at the Roxy in Covent Garden, and with his pioneering choice of reggae records, Letts almost single-handedly made allies of punk and Jamaican music and struck a powerful cultural blow against racism. He also, with his Super-8 camera, shot vivid and intense footage of bands including the Sex Pistols and the Clash playing live which has become an indispensable archival resource for anyone making films or TV programmes about punk. From there, he had a thriving career as a music video director, worked with Mick Jones to set up Big Audio Dynamite and carried on making feature films.
- The Guardian