R$N Presents: The Noonday Underground Mix With Sean Innit


The Noonday Underground is a brand new project founded by General Public. Over the coming months Ransom Note is delighted to be able to bring you a series of exclusive mixes recorded from the Thursday afternoon parties which take place at Grow in Hackney. The concept is simple…

"Every Thursday at Grow, Hackney we celebrate music, art, conversation and community and this week Grow is teaming up with General Public, Ransom Note, and The Gaia Gallery to bring you The Noonday Underground. 

The Noonday Underground is an early evening music and community social where DJ's play for 1 hour (ish) slots. The session will be recorded and released throughout the month on a weekly basis on Ransom Note." 

Next up is Sean Innit…

What record never leaves your bag?

Chris Cuevas Hip hop MAW Dub. House that still rocks it after 25 years.

What are you listening to at the moment?

Varies by the hour but lately been exploring some interesting and overlooked 80’s JPop.

A time machine, one record, one place… where and when?

Empire club Bognor Regis early 1990’s ‘Crown Heights Affair ‘Dreaming a Dream’ The best Hi Hats ever on this record courtesy of Raymond Rock!

Those that went know, the place was legendary and shaped my musical perspective, best DJ’s in the world playing for a small intimate crowd every Friday and Saturday. Big respect to Eddie Stenner and crew for those glorious days.

Death row meal?

Cheesburger Innit!

Where can we find you?

I have a soundcloud here but I don’t even remember the last time I put anything up there also I have taken a step back on the DJ front of late but here’s the link anyway.

Whats next for Sean Innit?

For me it’s much nicer to reminisce privately or with friends about the past than talk about what I haven’t done yet, but I can guarantee I will be out having a beer and a boogie and possibly dropping some tunes at my pals new pub in Leytonstone ‘Peppers Ghost’ when it opens in September.

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