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Sunday, 22nd of March, 2009

Playlist 22.03.09 (10:06 pm)

Note: Next week, Sunday the 29th of March, I will be away at a Very Important wedding, so the wonderful Shannon O’Neill and Adrian Bertram will be bringing Wake Up and Listen to your ears once again.

Bit of a round-the-world trip tonight – no overarching theme like last week, although Warp Records do get their fair share, with a chunk of tunes from Clark in the middle, whose new EP Growls Garden is just out now(ish).
After a brilliantly heavy Starkey remix of Venezuela’s Pacheko (now based in Barcelona I believe), we had a track from Mobthrow‘s Mutant Dubstep EP (third in the series from Greek label Spectraliquid), and we had some nice dirty loops from Sleeper (who seems to these ears pretty strongly influenced by Odd Nosdam…)
We also had a little mini-special on Tipper, whose new album Wobble Factor is out in digital form and wobbles very nicely in the bottom end. One-time collaborator Deborah Anderson also contributed the vocals to Alex Reece‘s classic jungle tune “Feel The Sunshine”, so a lovely trip down memory lane there.
Another trip down memory lane took us even further backwards, to 1991 with Single Gun Theory, due to some collaborating that member Pete Rivett-Carnac did with Tegan Northwood on her lovely shoegazey new record. And I couldn’t help also playing Severed Heads, from 1989, with a wonderful wonderful song off the Rotund For Success album…
I’m always intrigued by what other cellists are getting up to (being one myself), and Tara Simmons has two very fine EPs under her belt already. The new album is along similar lines, with some nice electronic touches and great string arrangements under her indie-pop songs.
Later on, a few tunes from Krautrock legends Faust, whose new album is fantastic. Ina couple of weeks, expect a little more of a special on Faust old and new, although one couldn’t hope to cover their whole career…

Pacheko – Bi-polar Bear (Starkey remix) [Lo Dubs]
Mobthrow – Jazz Monsta [Spectraliquid]
Sleeper – insult groove [Mush]
Odd Nosdam – We Bad Apples [Anticon]
Tipper – Veil Lifter [Tippermusic]
Micachu – Just in Case [Rough Trade]
Tipper (feat. Deborah Anderson) – Dissolve (out) (Phoenecia Remix) [Higher Ground]
Alex Reece (feat. Deborah Anderson) – Feel The Sunshine (DJ Pulse Remix) [4th & Broadway]
Tipper – Last Informer [Higher Ground]
Tipper – Razor Back [Tippermusic]
The Love Explosion – Balmain in the Membrane [promo]
Clark – Matthew Unburdened [Warp]
Clark – Penultimate Persian [Warp]
Milanese – Mr Bad News (Clark remix) [Planet µ]
Tim Exile – When Every Day’s A Number [Planet µ/Warp]
Clark – Distant Father Torch [Warp]
Robert Logan – Accurate Spit Boy [Slowfoot]
David Åhlén – We Sprout In Thy Soil [Compunctio courtesy Wire Mag]
Tara Simmons – You and Me [self-released]
Tegan Northwood – Web to Protect (Pete Rivett-Carnac mix) [Endgame]
Single Gun Theory – from a million miles [Volition]
Severed Heads – First Steps [Volition (available from Sevcom)]
Tara Simmons – Domino [self-released]
Tegan Northwood – Inner Flow [Endgame]
10:32 – Blue Little [Ghostly International]
aaron martin vs part timer – seed collection (seed recollection) [mobeer]
Faust – kundalini tremolos [Bureau B]
Faust – The Sad Skinhead [Virgin]
Faust vs Dälek – dead lies [Staubgold]
Somerled – The Way of the Dogs [self-released demo]
Psuche – Tell Tell [Two Bright Lakes]
Kid Sam – We’re Mostly Made of Water [Two Bright Lakes]


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