R$N Presents: The Noonday Underground Mix With Kay Suzuki
General Public & Ransom Note bring you the Noonday Underground.
A term coined to capture the bizarre energy of Sunday, day Northern Soul dancers in the late 70's, now a monthly live mix series come Sunday social.
We champion acts that bubble away just bellow the surface giving opportunity to the lesser known Dj's as well as giving praise to the more established artists on the underground dance music scene.
Each selector has an hour (ish) slot to record. That mix is then released for your listening pleasure on a weekly basis for the following month on the Ransom Note website.
Next up is Kay Suzuki…
First record you bought?
A song from Japanese kids TV show on 45. It was about cows. It was mixture of comedic Japanese rap and local folk music with electro beat. I think I was 7. ow, I found it <3
What record never leaves your bag?
What are you listening to at the moment?
Pat Metheny Group – Barcarole
Raw chocolate & Diplomatico (rum)
A time machine, one record, one place… where and when?
Donny Hathaway – LIVE! 1972. either A side in Hollywood or B side in NY.
Death row meal?
Grilled Japanese sardine with grated Daikon mooli and Yuzu wedge on the side (only when it's in the season), and freshly cooked hot Japanese rice.
Back to yours, who's coming dead or alive?
Chaka Khan in early 70s
Time is illusion
Where can we find you? (link to your music)
What's next for Kay Suzuki ?
Fri 19th May – All night set @ Courtesan, Brixton.
Sat 30th June – Rhythm Section @ Corsica Studio
Fri 7th July – Release of “Oyelo” by Sunlightsquare (with my mix + remixes)
Follow Kay Suzuki on Facebook HERE.