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Catchin up with Harold Heath

Lost My Dog celebrates 10 years in business next year, and we’re catching up with some of the artists and tracks from our early years. Harold Heath first released with us back in 2006, not long after he caught our ears with his exceptional Long Relationships on Urban Torque (which came with a blockbuster Paul Woolford […]

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Catching up with Jay West

Lost My Dog celebrates 10 years in business next year, and we’re catching up with some of the artists and tracks from our early years. In this feature we interview Argentinian house producer Jay West, who’s fresh from a huge release on German label Klangkultur Schallplatten with his compatriot and frequent collaborator Manuel Sahagun. Jay’s Carillon Jamz […]

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Lost My Dog 10 X 10 – 2006

To mark our tenth year in the business, we are releasing a celebratory series called 10×10 that will get any decent DJ’s mouth watering. Each release will draw from Lost My Dog’s substantial back catalogue and will focus on a single year. We’re delighted to present the second volume which shines the spotlight on 2006 with music from Jay Tripwire, YSE, Pete Dafeet, Demarkus Lewis, Harold Heath, Jay West, Jake Childs, Lil Mark, Subterfuge & Tony Thomas, Tommy Largo, Greenskeepers and Rhythm Plate.

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An interview with Mr. V

It seems a bit unnecessary to introduce Mr. V given the prominence he’s gained over the last two and half decades, but here goes: having built his reputation as a DJ on the New York club scene, Mr. V (real name Victor Font) got his big break working as assistant to Lil’ Louie Vega at MAW Records. Having […]

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Adam B’s top 5 Lost My Dog tracks

Lost My Dog celebrates 10 years in business next year, and we’re catching up with some of the artists and tracks from our early years. In this feature we ask Adam B (a good friend of ours who appeared on our second ever release) for his 5 favourite Lost My Dog records. Adam kindly obliged with some […]

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