Review: Rob Lord
NU-Mark rolled up to Cargo to promote his Blend Crafter's
LP on a Grand Central Friends and Family clubnight.
Anyone who know's his ability to cut, paste and blend records
together knows what to expect.
Nu-Mark rolled out a two-hour set, beautifully crafted together
with scratches aplenty not letting the crowd down.
There seemed to be new record every
30 seconds, the guy's record box must be huge.
It's not just the sheer mixing ability that sets him apart. It's
the record selection - we had pure hip hop, r&b, soul and
reggae all crammed into the set.
Effortlessly cutting from one to another, Nu-Mark's got it down
to a T.
If only he wasn't so popular, there'd be room to dance!
But who can complain when one of the world's finest DJs has
jetted in to entertain you? Not me for sure.
DJ Nu-Mark (Cargo, Saturday, May 21, 2005),
83 Rivington St
London EC2A 3AY