Discography

Jun 30, 2004

This is a remake of an old Amiga mod I wrote back in 1992 for LSD's Grapevine diskmag.

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May 03, 2004

Described as a dance-breaks crossover track, this faster two-step number builds its layers steadily in classic Spoon Wizard style. With a throbbing bassline to help remind you of your spleen, it is therefore entitled 'Brain Damage Mix' and should make an excellent mix starter. Thanks to a decent breakdown at the end of the track it should be a breeze to mix.

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May 03, 2003

Starting on a eerie tip, this tracks slams in to classic Spoon Wizard style with a rocking 2-step break and a pumping bass that'll shake your bins till they pop!

A little slower and chilled than usual, but still pumping. Enjoy!

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Feb 24, 2003

Spoon Wizard is back on form with 'Cutlery Charm' - another two step break mix with thundering bass. I just love the break in this one - the groove is second to none - another classic from Spoon Wizard. Probably more album oriented than a dance floor tune.

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Nov 25, 2002

Momu is a power tag-team vigilante duo made up of Jondi (of Jondi & Spesh and Loöq Records) and one of San Francisco's most acclaimed breaks DJ's, Mark Musselman. Remix duties again fall to Spoon Wizard who has produced an up tempo mix aiming straight for peak time dance floor action. Spoony's mix has been doing some serious damage on CDR and has become a bit of an anthem at Looqs night in San Francisco.

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Nov 15, 2002

Amsterdam's Lee (who runs the Moving Target label) laces a minimal-yet-propulsive funky thumper for Berlin's ascending breakbeat imprint Dangerous Drums that bumps with tight bass and flanged chords. Britain's Spoon Wizard rolls some tight scratches and arrangements on his old-skoolin' electro-riffic Cutlery mix. Excellent breaks drama for that ass.

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Nov 06, 2002

This track is a reworked version from the album 'Believe or Suffer' that was created for live sets and is more dance-floor friendly.

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Oct 24, 2002

This track is a reworked version from the album 'Believe or Suffer' that was created for live sets and is more dance-floor friendly.

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Oct 08, 2002

The final track from Spoon Wizard's debut album 'Believe or Suffer'

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Oct 08, 2002

Track nine from Spoon Wizard's debut album 'Believe or Suffer'

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