Alright?! We haven’t posted on here for ages, so consider this a massive catch up. Jimmy May joined us on Sunday 4th October, which you can hear here. Track-list as follows:
1. Demob Happy – Suffer You 2. Fidlar – Drone 3. Kodiak Deathbeds – Against The Wind 4. Brass Tracks – Corduroy 5. Young Fathers – 27 6. Gentleman’s Dub Club – Emergency 7. Jeffery Lewis and the Lost Bolts – Outta Town 8. Xpansions – Move Your Body 9. Shri – Tarana 10. Blur – Trimm Trabb 11. Peaches ft. Kim Gordon – Close Up 12. Dillinger ft. MC Skibadee – Twist Em Out 13. Deerhunter – Breaker 14. Jay Star – Sugar Screen 15. Emilie & Ogden – What Happened
And if you’d like to listen to the previous couple of shows here’s a link to show #82 and click on this bit for #83.
AND IN OTHER NEWS! We are DJ-ing a fundraiser for Bradford People’s Assembly on Friday 13th November at Kirkgate Centre, Shipley. Come join the fun!
Guerilla Toss – Trash Bed (LP – Gay Disco) Soundcloud
Illum Sphere – All Night (featuring Mai Nestor) (LP – Ghosts Of Then And Now) (Ninja Tune)
Fear of Men – Waterfall (single) (Kanine) Soundcloud
Mestre Cupijó e Seu Ritmo – Mingau De Açai (LP – Siriá) (Analog Africa)
Guided By Voices – Planet Score (LP – Motivational Jumpsuit)
Dawn Landes – Try To Make A Fire Burn Again (LP – Western Vinyl) Soundcloud
Girl Band – Heckle The Frames (single b-side – Lawman) Bandcamp
Young Fathers – Am I Not Your Boy (LP – Dead) (Big Dada / Anticon) Soundcloud
Ekoplekz – Temporal Drift (Fountain Square EP) (Mordant)
Blank Realm – Reach You On The Phone (single and LP – Grassed Inn) (Fire) Vimeo
Illum Sphere – Ghosts Of Then And Now (LP – Ghosts Of Then And Now) (Ninja Tune) Soundcloud
The Fauns – Seven Hours (single) (Invada) Vimeo
Chaino & His African Percussion Safari – Torture Of The Mau Mau (LP – Jungle Echoes)
Ringo Deathstarr – Bong Load (LP – God’s Dream) YouTube
Illum Sphere – Near The End (LP – Ghosts Of Then And Now) (Ninja Tune)
Hauschka – Elizabeth Bay (LP – Abandoned City) (City Slang) YouTube
If a single lands in my post pile by a band called September Girls, that single is pretty likely to get played in my programme. That’s how malleable I am. Any band named after a Big Star song is alright by me.
It was also a delight to find a new compilation on Analog Africa awaiting my attention. This week’s programme included this by Quim Manuel O Espírito Santo from Angolia Soundtrack 2:
Also in this week’s programme was this new single by Young Fathers: