Tag Archives: Danny Spice

DANNY SPICE & The WILDSTYLE TRIBUTE BAND: Live At The Throwdown (2014)

Live At The Throwdown Danny Spice Wildstyle Tribute BandRating: ★★★★★ Danny Spice brings the flava once more with his latest, Live At The Throwdown, which (while not actually ‘live’ – the name is a tribute to the night he used to run) it certainly throws down the gauntlet to the boom-bap underground with an eight-tracker so heavyweight its mass has actually generated its own field of gravity. Naturally, such an entity attracts satellites

DANNY SPICE feat. DIZZY DUSTIN: Incredible (2014)

Incredible Danny Spice Dizzy DustinRating: ★★★★★ Danny Spice returns from a two year lunch-break following his Craig G-featuring King Amongst Thieves EP during which he appears to have kept himself occupied plundering the funk canon for more fat samples and arranged a hook-up with Ugly Duckling’s Dizzy Dustin. The result is Incredible – an exemplary slab of fat boom-bap on which the UD rapper delivers cartoon brag raps

DANNY SPICE: ‘A Journey Through Breaks’ mix (2012) Free download

It’s been a month since Danny Spice dropped his wax collabo The King Amongst Thieves and he’s putting out a fifteen minute dj mix featuring his sample sources on the EP as a thank you for all the love that’s been shown. The A Journey Through Breaks Mix embarks from the port of jazz fusion, detours briefly towards a suspiciously Santana-esque bit of guitar near the start and heads from

DANNY SPICE: The King Amongst Thieves EP (2012)

Rating: ★★★★★
You might have heard that vinyl’s dead and nobody samples off old records any more but evidence continues to flood in to the contrary. Here’s UK producer Danny Spice with the latest proof that the heavyweight funk can never be faded – as Funkdoobiest once put it. Ten-tracker The King Amongst Thieves EP is the full release off which

DANNY SPICE feat. Craig G: King Of The Beat (2011) + video

Danny Spice drops a new beat of ominous but vintage-sounding head-nod and who should happen along with a few rhymes but former Juice Crew member and rap icon Craig G. There used to be loads of this stuff around in the mid-nineties and…well, it still sounds pretty good. It’s the sound of walking into a really dark and packed–out basement club, redolent of pungent weed in 1995 and feeling a vague sense of menace. Good times.