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Fuzzbox Phil, November 2015

FuzzBox Phil ponders; Can listening to novelty country pastiches improve your iQ? How may chords separate the Quo from Kraut Rock? Can a caravan holidaying in Cleethorpes endanger Rock Royalty? Can a Dj change your life? Nods of respect to those who have served in prog to punk, Plus the usual fluffs, stammers and mispronunciations.

Third Light Home, October 2015

Third Light Home rakes up a few 1990s gems (the distressed cd sounds of Oval; Songs from Suicide Bridge; the heyday of drum & bass), keeps it real with the sounds of today (from Blank Realm and Helen to Nap Eyes and Tint), once again re-visits the Treasure Isle (circa 1968‒74) and enjoys mushy peas and mint sauce, fairground organs and pumping techno at Nottingham’s Goose Fair. Read the show’s sleeve notes here :

Jamie, October 2015

Better late than never but never late is better. Festival season is well out the way so we’re back in order. Young Thug keeps us guessing with his incomprehensible lyrics while Drake & Future turn the hip hop world upside down, for now. Trapping stories aside Murlo, Klyne and Sango keep things merry and eclectic. Oh and the mixing still needs practice and lots of it.

The Antiswarm, October 2015

“The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead: his eyes are closed.”Albert Einstein

Nick Armstrong, October 2015

The winter nights are drawing in and the music is getting suitably melancholic.
New tunes from Lapsley, Majical Cloudz and Low.
A preview of acts playing at Pitchfork Paris.

Seeks Beats : Chris Bassett, September 2015

Chris’s latest show tries to get across in an hour and a bit an abbreviated version of the kind of set you might hear in a late night underground club after the headline DJ has played their last tune, the dance floor thins out somewhat and the die hards remain, determined to party until the bitter end and a bleary eyed early morning daylight exit. Starting with some deep tech house vibes from the likes of Francesca Lombardo, moving onto a woozy and somewhat left field middle eight featuring oddities from Agoria and Pezzner amongst others and we close out with an anything goes attitude with tunes from the likes of Todd Terje and Jamie Jones… as always enjoy and spread the word if you like it…

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