03 Sep

Osborne – Fire

I am on holiday today so no commute, so I get a freebie and I've gone for a track that always brings a smile to my face.   Fire by Osborne   Now, I was convinced we had blogged an Osborne track before but a quick search aays no we havent. To be fair I thought I had blogged this track. It appears I havent, but if I have, who cares. It is awesome. Osborne has...

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15 Jun

TJH87 – Lost into the Night (Feat. Guy Brown) EP

Music blogging can be a bit of a slog sometimes. We get a lot of music sent through to us and between us we listen to everything that comes our way no matter what. It can be overwhelming at times and it's not always enjoyable. Not to sound ungrateful because I appreciate A: it's a two way street, and B: that it takes guts to put music out there to be judged, but i'd be...

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15 May

Blue Boy – So Lonely

There has been a lot going on behind the scenes of The Walk to Work, so posts have not been the most regular, but we always said we wanted to focus on quality over quantity and rather than just posting for the sake of posting we've just made sure we posted when something awesome came up, hence today i'm posting the insanely good: Blue Boy – So Lonely I reckon pretty much everyone over the...

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09 Mar

B.G. Baarregaard – Flashback (In My Mind)

How is it i'm more tired on a Monday morning than a Friday evening 🙂 it's surely one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of the universe. No problem though, just crack on and before leaving for work a tad earlier than usual i updated some of the content on my Nexus, and settled down on the train to wade through a few tracks i hadn't really got around to giving proper attention. In among all...

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06 Mar

Alice Smith – Love Endeavor (Maurice Fulton Remix)

Wanna hear a great track? Good, here you go: Alice Smith – Love Endeavor (Maurice Fulton Remix) Maurice Fulton doesn't stray far from the path when on disco remix duties, but why would you when that path is so ridiculously spot on? Much like a lot of his other remix work he takes the sublime, Alice Smith, original, takes it on a trip to planet funk by way of a heavy snapping drum track and a synth led...

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