Only a handful of these new T's left, snap them up June 19, 2017 19:00

Current mood... June 19, 2017 12:00

Incoming! June 16, 2017 12:00

Our new threads have landed

Synth Goals. June 15, 2017 12:30

12 Stage Phaser June 12, 2017 12:00

Moog Mondays...

Night Drive... June 11, 2017 12:30

Compuphonic June 10, 2017 12:00

INCOMING! June 08, 2017 13:30

Fresh garms out the box, get them while they're hot!

Hotflush Presents - Or:la June 07, 2017 18:00

Taste-maker Or:la will be spinning records all night long for our London show on Friday, last few tickets available on Resident Advisor!

Studio Time... June 06, 2017 13:30

Oscillate wildly.

Machine Love June 04, 2017 12:30

This beast. 

Scuba North America Tour! June 03, 2017 16:17

Heads up North America, Scuba's coming to town.

Hotflush Threads! June 03, 2017 13:07

Get your hands on these limited edition label T's before it's too late!

New Playlist - Friday Feeling March 24, 2017 11:10

When thoughts start drifting to those two magical days ahead...


Goodnight, My Love January 27, 2017 23:43




SCB Radio - Episode 29 January 26, 2017 09:30

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Have a listen to Scuba's latest radio show. NOW.



1. Dense & Pika - Buttplug (Scuba Raw Mix)
2. Escorting Sarah - Hotline
3. Deep'a & Biri - Overdrum
4. TBC - Video Shop
5. Tadeo - The Globular Ray
6. Marco Bruno - Alchemy
7. Roman Flügel - Too Hot To Sleep
8. Roman Flügel - Black Acid
9. Efdé - My Bleep
10. Antonio Ruscito - Luce
11. Bruce - Sweat
12. Mor Elian - The Orionids
13. Melly - Quarter Life Crisis
15. Dettmann & Klock - Phantom Studies


Of January 25, 2017 09:49

Have you ever woken up from a dream and realised that the dream you thought you were in was actually your reality, and you've now woken up in a dream, and it's a bad dream, and the memory of the reality you thought was a dream is now embedded in your mind as part of a realised truth memory, untethered from the mish-mash gobbledygook of your dream memory, and that the life you now live is, in reality, a dream, and the status of it changes from good to bad on a day-to-day basis, and you get confused when you wake up, not knowing if you're living a dream or your reality, and the two become so blurred, and the levels of your life become so congealed that you can't make sense of who you are any more without knowing if your perception of sense makes sense, and it becomes ever more difficult to distinguish what is...

...Hotflush Recordings clothes are available to buy from this link here at AFFORDABLE PRICES.


Flyers 260516 January 24, 2017 09:30

Have you bought this yet?

I have. I've bought it about fourteen times; one for me and about thirteen for the rest of my #Squad. It's great and I could listen to it all fucking fuck me, this post is so bad. I'm dying on my arse. Sorry, I'm on hardly any sleep these days, ladies and gentlemen. The next door neighbours keep playing The Beatles full-blast at all times of night. Honestly, that mop-topped gang of scallies will get their guts gartered if I get my hands on them.


I'm absolutely fucking sick of it. Can't Buy Me Love? Can't buy me sleep, more like! LOLoutLOUD. I'm telling ya, if I hear one more, "yeah, yeah, yeah", I'll fly to California, find Ringo Starr and shove both of his fucking drumsticks so far up his arse, they'll be sticking out the top of his bastard head and people'll mistake him for a fucking Martian and stamp the deep-voiced, massive-conked cunt into oblivion, and if I hear one more high-pitched, "ooooooh", I'll get the train to wherever the fuck Paul McCartney lives, cave the pretty-faced, doe-eyed TWAT'S skull in with a lump hammer, get the train back to London with his body in my holdall, and bury the cunt underneath the zebra crossing at Abbey Road so that all them tourists stamp all over him forever.

John Lemon and the other one can fuck off, and all. I'll tell ya that!

Rạng đông by DXC is OUT NOW

Buy it from here. It's only £3.60. Bargain.


Event Review #69 January 23, 2017 09:30

I pissed the bed at 4am yesterday morning and, to make myself feel better, I flipped my phone open and fired off an intentionally enigmatic Tweet (on Twitter) about Fabric to make it look like I was there, and that I was absolutely fucking terminated - even though nobody gets absolutely fucking terminated in Fabric nowadays (winking smiley face). Heartthrob Liked it and responded, but that was it. I swear that my social media engagement statistics drop as my Followers and Facebook Likes increase. If Tupac were alive today, he'd no doubt sing about mo Followers means mo problems, or, fuck me, this bit's bad.

Anyway, by all accounts, Scuba played a breathtaking dance set at Fabric on Saturday night. Also playing was Terry Farley, I mean, Francis, Terry Francis, Helen Alien, Live Taxi Driver and Jack Wilshere. It sounded fucking brilliant to me, and I'd 10% rather had been definitely not* drugged inside out at Fabric than lying in a bed with my own piss soaking into my pants, bed sheet and duvet cover.

I am one happy fuck.



Tess of the D'Urbervilles 2: This Time It's Personal January 13, 2017 15:21

Pro blogging tip #12

When in doubt, or when you haven't the time to write anything proper, do some fucking hilarious memes:



SCB Radio - Episode 27 January 12, 2017 09:30

FUCKING COME ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It's the twenty seventh episode of Scuba's SCB Radio show!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

FUCKING COME ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It's a corker this week, boys and girls. You've got an old, loopy, weird thing from Regis, two Robert Hoods and some pure fire mega vibes from Peter Van Hosepipe. Ch-check it out:


1. George Fitzgerald - Hindsight (Catz 'N' Dogz Remix)
2. Benoit BWeek-end Girl
3. Terrence Dixon - Untitled
4. Chino - Paper Rider
5. Robert Hood - Loft
6. Regis - Sand
7. G-Man aka Gez Varley - Political Prisoner
8. Peter Van Hoesen - Casual Care
9. Shoal - Studsande
10. Tallmen785 - Circadian Rhythm
11. Dudley Strangeways - Transition
12. Mike Parker - Meteor Crater
13. Kloves - Eksibit
14. Glaskin - Groundwork
15. John Thomas - Square (Robert Hood Remix)


Everything Is Wrong. Go Play. January 11, 2017 09:30

I'm relentless, me. Yes, well over half of the shit I shit out is shit, but there's always a bit of shit in there that is the absolute shit. That Acid James pun yesterday was fucking quality.

Today, I'm wondering who is going to DJ at Donald Trump's party if Moby has turned down the chance. The 36-year-old, bald-headed fag said that he'd only DJ at Trump's party if Donald released details of his tax returns. I'm not being funny, but Donald Trump is a fucking BILLIONAIRE. If I was Moby I'd be naming my fucking price, not faffing about with tax returns. Why does Moby give a fuck about tax returns? I'd be asking top dollar to spin some discs and attend an historic event, not whining on about transparency. The world at that level isn't transparent. We all know that. So what? Get off your high horse and play some fucking twelve inches, you boring bellend.

There are hundreds of smart arses on Resident Advisor and Twitter making shit jokes about Ten Walls playing, but I reckon David Guetta is badgering his agent as we speak, and he'll be plastered all over the telly in a couple of weeks with an American flag bandana wrapped around his head, ripped jeans with Confederate flag patches stitched into them and a massive pair of stars and stripes sunglasses all over his eyeballs, laughing his head off whilst pointing his fingers in the air to the beat.


Quack Coniono January 10, 2017 13:37

Club Fabric re-opened its doors on the weekend, and everyone who is anyone was there to celebrate...

...I was in Northolt watching The Office on Netflix and working on the artwork for my new dance music project: Acid James.

When I'm not pointing out that some DJs look like other people on the Weekly Review of Dance Music, I'm sat around trying to think of eye-catching pseudonyms that could gain traction in the speedy, cut and thrust world of the dance Acid James is the quirky name I'm going to use for all of the cheeky minimal hard house tracks I produce on Ableton Live 9 this year. The name and the artwork is as far as I've got.

That's all you need these days, though, isn't it?

Or is it?

Find out tomorrow ONLY on the everlasting Hotflush Recordings blog by Tonka.


Rertoro January 09, 2017 09:30

I started a one month free trial of Netflix on my telly the other day. It's fucking brilliant. I'm watching an episode of The Office at the moment whilst writing this week's Weekly Review of Dance Music post. It's the one where they go to Chasers, but that's besides the point. I just want to say how brilliant and crucial Netflix is. I can watch The Office, and even though I couldn't find Seinfeld, Larry Sanders, Beyond The Mat, Wizard of Oz, The Simpsons, The Wire, The Sopranos, Heat or anything I really wanted to watch, Netflix is ace. I can watch old episodes of Louis Theroux and Breaking Bad. Only Fools and Horses is on there, too.

The Weekly Review of Dance Music roared back across the dance music landscape last week in a blaze of glory, and I've been incredibly humbled by the support and well wishes from supportive well wishers over the last week. I think half a handful of Twitter bots Retweeted it and and there were about three Likes on Facebook. Exciting times lay ahead, and I'm definitely not going to exhaust myself with all this writing because I'm a robot from the year 2525. I was sent back in time by something something to ha ha ha.

Trevino - Slide Away EP is STILL out now.





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