Eclectic Mainline 10th April 2013

Bradford International Film Festival starts tomorrow, celebrating 100 years of Indian cinema.  So, it seemed fitting that I play something by Asha Bhosle in tonight’s show.  Of the 12,000 songs she has reportedly recorded, I went for this one, from the 1970 film, Kati Patang:

BCB is involved in this year’s festival, curating some of the BIFF By Night music events.  I’ll be there most evenings, either DJing or overseeing proceedings, so if you’re around, come and say hello.

New music in tonight’s show included this by Rustie:

…and this by Bibio:

Listen back to the show at your leisure if you desire.  Here’s the full list of tunes I played:

Rustie – ‘Slasherr’ (single)
Steve Mason – ‘A Lot Of Love’ (LP – Monkey Minds In The Devil’s Time) (Double Six)
Clinic – ‘See Saw II’ (LP – Free Reign II) (Domino)
Asha Bhosle – ‘Mera Naam Hai Shabnam’ (from the film Kati Patang)
Junip – ‘Your Life Your Call’ (single)
Bored Spies – ‘Gerbils E’ (b-side to ‘Summer 720’ single) (Damnably)
Palma Violets – ‘We Found Love’ (single) (Rough Trade)
Lonnie Donegan – ‘Cumberland Gap’ (this week’s Brief Candle)
Bibio – ‘A tout a l’heure’ (single) (Warp)
David Grubbs – ‘I Started To Live When My Barber Died’ (LP – The Plain Where The Palace Stood) (Drag City)
Hefner – ‘The Day That Thatcher Dies’ (LP – We Love The City) (Belka)
Robert Wyatt – ‘Shipbuilding’ (single) (Rough Trade)
Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De Cotonou – ‘Akoue We Gni Gan’ (LP – Volume 3: The Skeletal Essences Of Voodoo Funk) (Analog Africa)
Emika – ‘Searching’ (single) (Ninja Tune)