You can’t have too much of a good thing, which was definitely my approach for not doing a show for so long (that is definitely a lie). However I’m really pleased to broadcast a brand new Low End Theory for your listening pleasure. You know the drill by now, lock in next to some speakers and let the beats and bass carry you away for an hour.
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This month JimDoes a Cover Versions Special. True to the Seeks ethos of new music and music that’s new to you, Jim has a dig about for some hard to find, yet utterly compelling covers.
Featuring unlikely takes on music by The Beatles, Underworld, Pulp and yes, Ray Parker Junior from the likes of Nick Cave, The Wedding Present, and Laura Cantrell
With this being my first mix and there being no such thing as a second first impression I’m hoping people enjoy this assortment of tracks that are from both sides of the pond with other origins in between. Hip hop giants J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar sit alongside UK grime veterans Wiley and Sir Spyro while tracks from Tirzah, Ibeyi and Raury provide lighter songs to hum and sing along to (if that’s your thing).
The return of Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Modest Mouse & I’m From Barcelona.
As another year ends here’s a rockin’ space jam of a house mix to roll your exhausted mind across the event horizon. Compiled out of the last year’s best producers output and liberally peppered with samples from True Detective (best TV of the year methinks), there’s even a track from the Antiswarm itself under the guise of Black Jugular. What a treat! NYE is always a lottery so let’s just relax and see what happens eh? Roll on 2015
For his second show for Seeks Music we asked him to do something for New Year’s Eve… so he’s come up with a longer mix building on some of the underground house sounds from his first show with the likes of John Tejada, Reset Robot and Jimpster, but as it’s New Year’s Eve he’s included some livelier stuff from the likes of Coma, Hosh, Few Nolder and Solomun to get listeners to progress from just head nodding and toe tapping and getting off their butts and shuffling from side to side… enjoy.