Shaboom Records / Mark Bell Interview

Originally posted November 2010

 

Whether it's a sign my of age, or just being lucky enough to have been around when deep house really exploded in the UK I'm pleased to be able to count many of those formative labels as good friends today. Some, like Shaboom, we're part of the very early days of untitledmusic and like many of us took at little break in the mid 90's as being a grown up became a must. But like Paperecordings and Toko of late, Shaboom returned to digital retailers in late 2008 giving many old fans and new ones a chance to hear classics from the vault. The last year or so has really seen the renaissance of the UK's deep house founders and I'm very excited to say Shaboom are leading the charge with new takes on old tunes and new projects, the latest of which can be heard on UM60 this week!

 

For those of you who are thinking "Who's Shaboom?", let's start with a little history...

 

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Shaboom Records / Mark Bell Interview

Originally posted November 2010

 

Whether it's a sign my of age, or just being lucky enough to have been around when deep house really exploded in the UK I'm pleased to be able to count many of those formative labels as good friends today. Some, like Shaboom, we're part of the very early days of untitledmusic and like many of us took at little break in the mid 90's as being a grown up became a must. But like Paperecordings and Toko of late, Shaboom returned to digital retailers in late 2008 giving many old fans and new ones a chance to hear classics from the vault. The last year or so has really seen the renaissance of the UK's deep house founders and I'm very excited to say Shaboom are leading the charge with new takes on old tunes and new projects, the latest of which can be heard on UM60 this week!

 

For those of you who are thinking "Who's Shaboom?", let's start with a little history...

 

Shaboom Records / Mark Bell Interview

Originally posted November 2010

 

Whether it's a sign my of age, or just being lucky enough to have been around when deep house really exploded in the UK I'm pleased to be able to count many of those formative labels as good friends today. Some, like Shaboom, we're part of the very early days of untitledmusic and like many of us took at little break in the mid 90's as being a grown up became a must. But like Paperecordings and Toko of late, Shaboom returned to digital retailers in late 2008 giving many old fans and new ones a chance to hear classics from the vault. The last year or so has really seen the renaissance of the UK's deep house founders and I'm very excited to say Shaboom are leading the charge with new takes on old tunes and new projects, the latest of which can be heard on UM60 this week!

 

For those of you who are thinking "Who's Shaboom?", let's start with a little history...