Wed, 02 Oct 2013  /  Post a comment
Richard West, known to the music community as Mr. C shares his favorite after-hours track, classic track, track to play at his wedding, and track that reminds him of his ex.
Wed, 08 May 2013  /  1 Comment
The Londoner talks about his wayward youth with Marcus Barnes in this in-depth interview, touching on his upbringing, career as an MC and his introduction to the DJ world.
Thu, 28 Mar 2013  /  Post a comment
Defected speak to Mr. C ahead of the release of his latest musical endeavor.
Fri, 15 Mar 2013  /  Post a comment
After a six year hiatus Mr.C’s Superfreq label is back with a superb new single from the man himself and a no holds barred plan for the year ahead…
After a six year hiatus Mr.C’s Superfreq label is back with a superb new single from the man
himself and a no holds barred plan for the year ahead…
The Superfreq label was originally launched by Mr.C & Luke vB back in 2004 as an extension of Mr.C’s
Superfreq club brand born from the monthly night at his legendary club, The End. Music from Mr.C
alongside productions from the likes of Levon Vincent, Adultnapper & Barbq get the label on the cutting
edge of electronic club music but with heavy commitments elsewhere the label’s releases came to a halt
in 2007. Now with a new label partner in the shape of David Scuba, Mr.C & Luke vB are back with a
bigger and bolder Superfreq that is set to take center stage in 2013.
To launch the musical proceedings Mr.C offers up a brand new single entitled ‘I’m Gonna Give You
Some’ and in so doing sets the standard for the label’s future releases. The single kicks off with the
original version a dark edged, pulsing affair that brings a brooding intensity to Mr.C’s wonderfully
ambiguous lyrical content and has the listener hooked with its ethereal quality, sublime stuff. The first of
the two remixes sees label partner and Superfreq LA resident DJ David Scuba join forces with Dance
Spirit (a new moniker from the Android Cartel crew) to rework ‘I’m Gonna Give You Some’ in their own
likeness. The mix journeys into tech infused hypnotic house territory with Mr.C’s vocals leading the
charge with swirling synth lines over a tightly wrapped rhythm section to create a superb alternative
version. To complete the package David Scuba takes the reins solo and drops a mix that brings a dub
techno feel to the song’s structure for a perfect conclusion.
With Mr.C’s brand new album ‘Smell the Coffee’ poised for release in the spring and a heavy schedule of
Superfreq singles in the pipeline, this release gives a great insight both into the musical mind of Mr.C in
2013 and the outlook for the newly launched Superfreq label, enjoy!
Thu, 19 Apr 2012  /  24 Comments
Always good for a "rant," UK veteran Mr C has taken to his Facebook page with stern words for "DJs that stand in the DJ booth with their arms raised in the air."
Tue, 13 Mar 2012  /  Post a comment
Retro 2, the second in MR.C new Retro series is a real mixture of music from 1985-1990 & ranges from Hip Hop, Rap, DC Gogo to Electro & LAtin Hip Hop to pre rave Breakbeat with a heavy rap influence throughout.
Mon, 19 Dec 2011  /  19 Comments
The outspoken UK jock proffers some no-nonsense words via his Facebook page.
Wed, 29 Dec 2010  /  Post a comment
Mr. C answers 20 questions with Rhythmism about his past year, future projects, New Year's Eve gigs, and more.
Fri, 04 Jun 2010  /  Post a comment
Superfreq 's "opening soiree" will be a special occasion to celebrate electronic musical arts, demonstrated by exceptionally talented DJs, with playful vivacious energies included.
Mr C (The End, London, The Shamen, Plink Plonk, Poker Flat, Superfreq)
Andre Osyka (Droog LA, Culprit Records)
Biiba Scuba (Logistic NY/LA)
Facebook Event ~
RSVP for $15 Discount Until 4am ~
Masks, wigs, playful dress up, fully expressed individuals encouraged...
Wed, 19 May 2010  /  Post a comment
A vinyl mix created on two turntables and a mixer, this groundbreaking potpourri of disco, techno and house is accompanied by a deeply introspective interview with Mr. C, wherein he lets FTVS examine his acting career and recent move to LA.
Mon, 22 Feb 2010  /  Post a comment
Mr. C’s Top 10 for February 2010
1. Sycophant Slags / “Keep Off” (Poker Flat)
2. Mr.C / Lunar EP (Wagon Repair)
3. Mikael Stavöstrand / “Purple Sweatpants” (Lick My Deck)
4. Reade Truth / “Evidence” (RWL)
5. Seth Troxler & Matthew Dear / “Hurt (Martinez Remix)” (Spectral Sound)
6. Alex Agore / “Freedom” (Royal Oak)
7. Henrik Schwarz, Áme, Dixon / “Chicago” (Live Version)(Innervisions)
8. Steve Bug / “Look Who’s Stalking” (Cocoon)
9. Jay Lumen / “B-Groove” (Bitten)
10. Touch / “Wild Geese” (Flashback)