Five years later… still awesome.
My bag is bursting again – got so many songs, it was hard to decide which track to spin and which not to… Weekend Warm Up 257 is funky (StoneBridge’s remix for Kristine W’s new one as example or my favourite this weekend by Reza and Daisy Dela Diva – both absolutely awesome!!!), it is disco (surprise – Bassmonkeys are goin disco, check out their new release!), it is retro (Jay C samples the Casablanca Records classic from 1979, TJM’s “I Don’t Need No Music” and Drums Of London reworked Sailor’s “Girls Girls Girls”) AND it is awesome vocals – let me mention Michelle Weeks, Jes or Polina…
Love this edition – enjoy the music and the weekend!
1. Keisha White – Butterflies (Full Intention Mix)
2. Kristine W. – Everything That I Got (Stonebridge Club)
3. Florence & The Machine – Spectrum (Say My Name) (Calvin Harris Mix)
4. Nabiha – Never Played The Bass (Sharoque Club Mix)
5. Ben Mac & Michelle Weeks – You’ve Got To (Believe) (Original_Mix)
The Retro Track
6. Jay C – And The Music Began To Play (Nathan Lee Remix)
7. Bassmonkeys – Lets Get It On (Original Mix)
DJ’s Favourite This Week
8. Reza Ft. Daisy Dela Diva – No Man 2012 (Original Mix)
9. Drums Of London – Girls Girls Girls (WAWA Mix)
10. JES & Ronski Speed – Can’t Stop (Coco Channel Club Mix)
11. Zedd Ft. Matthew Koma – Spectrum (George M. Club Mix)
12. David Morales & Polina – Stay (Album Mix)
A Wessuc Tanker has rolled over just north of Lynden Road on Wayne Gretzky Parkway in Brantford. Witnesses say there is also a vehicle trapped under the transport truck. Brantford Police and Brantford Fire are on scene. Expect major delays and closures in that area this afternoon.
UPDATE: 21 Year old Ben DeRosse is confirmed dead as a result of the rollover accident.
Meck feat: Leo Sayer –Thunder in my heart (Miami calling)
Barnes & heatcliff -The right time
Vandalism & Ikid – Coming alive
Faithless – Insomnia (futuristic polar bears)
Laura Larue & Lee Dagger – Capture your love (Bisbetic Remix)
Madonna – Turn up the radio
Dimitri Vegas and Mad Mike – Rej
Bingo players – rattle
Alyssa Ried feat: Snoop – The Game (Bimbo Jones Remix)
Any colour black – you (Bluestone and LoverushUK)
REM – losing my religion
Keane – Silenced by the night (Alesso Remix)
Doman & Gooding – hit me with the lights on
Alex Clare- Too close (Squatters Remix)
Former “EZ Rock”-er CIQM 97.5 in London becomes the newest member of the Virgin Radio Family, bringing top 40 full time to London for the first time since Corus and 103.1/CFHK abandoned it for “Fresh FM” Hot AC in 2005.
Brantford Police have released the name of the 21 year old charged in connection with a vicious attack and rape on a woman walking in the area of Market Street South and Clarence Street on Thursday.
Daryle Wade Brown, of Darling Street, has been charged with aggravated assault and aggravated sexual assault.
The 24-year-old victim was walking by herself at about 2 a.m. when she was attacked by a stranger. Afterward, she was able to make her way to a nearby business in order to call for an ambulance and police.
Police say she suffered head injuries and was sexually assaulted.
Brown, who was arrested on Saturday, was held in custody for a bail hearing.
Investigators would like to speak to anyone who may have witnessed the assault or a man acting in an aggressive manner by banging against the windows of FreshCo at South Market at about 1:30 a.m. on Thursday.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Major Crime Unit, Det. Michael Sciberras at 519-756-0113, ext. 2270 or Sgt. Scott Williams at 519-756-0113, ext. 2271.
Tipsters who wish to remain anonymous are asked to contact Brant- Brantford Crime Stoppers at 519-750-8477 or 1-800-222-8477
Brantford Police confirm a 21 yr old Brantford man was arrested in connection with a brutal rape and assault of a 24 yr old woman that occurred in South Market on Thursday.
Update: Brantford Police are Investigating Serious Crime on Clarence Street South, behind South Market Plaza. A serious assault on a 24 yr old female took place between 2 and 3 am. She is in hospital with serious injuries, condition not availiable at this time. Anyone with info on this crime is strongly encouraged to call Brantford Police or CrimeStoppers.
On Sunday, another vehicle was spotted going the wrong way, heading downtown on Colborne Street midday. Reports go over the closed circuit radio and on twitter. Debate over two way streets downtown ensues. But one thing comes quite clear to the casual eye looking down both Colborne and Dalhousie streets.
If you didn’t already know they were one way, you will find it hard to be redirected if you make a wrong turn. Yes, there are two black and white arrows showing you the direction of traffic. There are no turning signs, albeit the regular size, not oversized.
In fact, if you look at this pic of Clarence and Colborne, if you make a wrong turn, such as the person Sunday did, you will not encounter a “Wrong Way” sign until a full block ahead, on Charlotte Street. By that time, traffic will already be ascending upon you and trouble is coming.
The real cheap and easy answer is to install “Wrong Way” signs downtown. Clear markings. We already do this on William and Albion Streets, on almost every corner. Hamilton has their downtown clearly marked as well. The signs are not expensive, definitely cheaper than re-aligning the traffic downtown.
With tourist traffic coming from the casino, and Laurier students moving back in this fall from around the province, why don’t we take this simple, economical, and pain free way of fixing this issue.Let’s make sure newcomers to the city, or even residents who have made a turning mistake, have a well marked warning to prevent a serious collision downtown.