With Rockinitis we champion electric-guitar blues from the
fifties and early-sixties. Unfettered pleasure in the form of
Black dance music. This fourth installment of the series
may be the hottest yet.
Barcelona’s Fonsoul has been neck deep in records his
whole life. After kicking around in indie bands during the
‘90s, he started DJing and turned his focus towards
collecting African American music forms in their original 7”
format. Check out his incredible YouTube channel to hear
the results of this obsession. Fonsoul has also contributed
superb mixes to Jester Wild, Jukebox Jam, Buzzsaw Joint,
Cool Cat, and A Wamba Buluba. He’s been running the
Double Cookin’ club for over a decade and is a regular
guest at clubs and weekenders throughout Europe.
Mace was born and bred in Stoke-on-Trent. From the Mod
revival scene he got into ‘60s Soul and R&B. He’s been
relieving Northern Soul record dealers of gritty and bluesy
45s for years. His passion for finding obscure ‘50s blues
and ‘60s R&B drew him to record fairs in the USA. Now he
makes a living trading vinyl. Enthusiasts worldwide know
Rhythm-and-Soul45s.com as a reliable source of quality
wax. A DJ since his late teens, Mace has put on many
events, including The Federal R&B Club in Crewe. He’s
also a resident DJ at Sheffield’s legendary Pow Wow.