If you’re driving home this Christmas you could do a lot worse than play JimDoes’ festive special. He’s created the perfect indie mixtape featuring Christmas songs by Half Man Half Biscuit, LCD Soundsystem, Allo Darlin’, Super Furry Animals, Summer Camp and a host of others – all of which were Christmas No1s in the alternate universe that exists in Jims head.
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Don’t call this a comeback!
Seeks’ ‘New Music’ prodigal son has returned with this months essential new music and a few of the tracks that have highlighted his year in absentia.
Brand spanking new tunes from new acts Telegram, Wet and Forced Random.
Two new Australian bands importing the sunshine in D.D Dumbo and The Creases.
The best tracks you might have slept on from DarkStar, MONEY and The Amazing Snakeheads.
This is The Comeback!
This month Josh brings you brand new and exclusive tracks from the likes of Fatima, MOODS, Ambassadors, The Geek, LORD RAJA, Floating Points, SHIGETO, Mala, Fat Freddies Drop and many more.
An hour of soulful bass driven music to vibe to and keep the impeding winter at bay.
FuzzBox Phil presents a Halloween John Peel Tribute. A count down of the the most popular Goth Bands as voted for by Peel Listeners in his annual Festive Fifty. Calculated on the back of a snake bite stained beer mat, frequency of inclusion and chart potions were combined to give the ultimate John Peel Gothic faves..
As well as the best in future psychedelic rock and electronica, this months Antiswarm is brought to you in association with the Death Sandwich. A sandwich so deadly that if you don’t eat it right you die. Also mandatory shock therapy, gig nutters and the Antiswarm meets Rock n’ Roll legend Nick Oliveri and survives. Strap in!
SeeksMusic stalwart, Ade has turned in another of his occasional mixes. This time, he’s turned his eclectic ear to the darkening skies. As the nights draw in, listen to this dark and broody Winter House mix, and if that’s not a genre – it should be.