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Flashback: Pete Dafeet’s Tube Groove

Lost My Dog celebrates 10 years in business next year, and we’re catching up with some of the artists and tracks from the early years. In this feature we catch up with label owner Pete Dafeet for the scoop on his track Tube Groove, which was first released in May 2005 and has been remastered and re-released on our 10×10 | […]

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Catching up with Matt Jones

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. Today we hook up with London-based Matt Jones, who – as Matt J – had four tracks spanning our first and third releases, two of which have been remastered and re-released on our 10×10 […]

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Lost My Dog 10 X 10 – 2005

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 first volume which shines the spotlight on 2005 with music from Phil Weeks, Tommy Largo, Roseroice, Richie Robinson, Pete Dafeet, Strakes, Timeless Banditz, Matt J, Adam B and Subterfuge & Tony Thomas

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Tommy Largo’s favourite Lost My Dog tracks

We first came across Tommy Largo on the legendary Underground House forum back in 2004. Having heard a demo of the loopy, jazzy Lonely Night, Pete got in touch to sign it to his freshly opened digital label Southside Shuffle. Thanks to the fact that only about 4 people worldwide owned CDJs at that point […]

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Pete Dafeet presents Lost My Dog Radio: Sep 2014

Pete Dafeet presents Lost My Dog Radio: Sep 2014

September’s Lost My Dog Radio Show is now online! With the Bloop studios temporarily offline, Pete broadcast this month’s episode from home and took the opportunity to dig deep into his record collection, playing music from Krush, Todd Edwards, Womack and Womack, Didier Sinclair, and Postal Service, along with two tracks from Mountal’s forthcoming Gold […]

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