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The late night Saturday show cut all manner of beats, samples and loops into a chaotic musical blend. The title 70 Minutes of Madness was a nod to Coldcut's earlier Eric B & Rakim remix, and included sounds from Depth Charge, DJ Food, Plastikman, Mantronix, Harold Budd and the Doctor Who theme. After submitting a re-styled company logo he was employed by Ninja Tune in the capacity of overall design consultant.
In 1994, Matt Black's close friend Mixmaster Morris introduced Matt to Openmind - a DJ & design collective in Camberwell - at the Telepathic Fish chill-out club they were running. Matt Black also invited Foakes to Ninja's recording studio, where he eventually joined the many hands at work on DJ Food's 1995 album, Recipe for Disaster (which also included Patrick Carpenter a.k.a. The album was called a "whirlwind of beats put through the blender" The album's standout track - "Real Killer Part 2: Rooftop Prowler" - set the tone for Remedies’ follow-up, Blow Your Headphones, which arrived early in 1997.
With the club's three floors allowing Ninja to host a variety of moods and environments across the different rooms, Stealth was named Club of the Year by NME in 1996, with guests including Kruder & Dorfmeister, Squarepusher, Ashley Beedle, James Lavelle, Kid Koala and the label roster.
4 onwards, an integral part of the DJ Food production team. ] Bush's speech into a pop hook (‘Regrettably, we now believe/ That only force will make him leave’) and interspersing quotes from Jello Biafra (‘don't hate the media, become the media!
contractual issues prevented them to release anything under their own name.