Author Archives: Arge

Fuzzbox Phil, Motörhead tribute show

Fuzzbox Phil presents a tribute to Lemmy’ Kilmister and Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor of Motörhead. The history of Lemmy and Motörhead is the history of British Rock Music, the inspiration from original rock n roll, acid fried psych rock, speed chiselled punk rock and the inspiring of umpteen different Heavy Metal genres. Along the way tales of men in pirate costumes, Vera Lynn, unexpected Motown covers and the world’s most unapologetic racket. Don’t forget the joker,  Lemm , Phil, Fuzzbox Phil salutes you.

The Karate Chop, January 2016

A 2016 lift off with an hour bursting with as many tracks as he can physically jam into an hour.

Field Marshall Von Karate Chop is back with his favourite discoveries of the last year. Sufjan Stevens, Electric Youth, Royksopp and Majical Cloudz are on the playlist, all edited for maximum potency.

60 minutes of fun, confusion and beauty is promised.

The Antiswarm, New Years Eve 2015/2016

So a nice spacey mix to round off the year. Lots of amazing deep, old-school house floating the Antiswarm’s boat at the moment and there’s even an Aphex Twin re-edit squeezed in the middle somewhere. Share and enjoy and of course happy 2016!

Cinematronica, June 2015

Arge invites you back into his world of Cinematronica. An eclectic mix of electronica, jazz, beats and film score, liberally spread with some spoken word.

This months show features Paul Hartnoll, John Carpenter, Jonny Greenwood, Giorgio Moroder, Ghostpoet, Edwyn Collins, Max Cooper, Penguin Cafe, Public Service Broadcasting, Grasscut some Dub Pink Floyd and Leonard Nimoy.

It’s a Cinematronica Christmas

Arge is back with a full on festive feast of a Cinematronica show. Featuring the tunes of Christmas past, present and future. (If that’s even possible).

We launch into a lively part one with Goldfrapp, Saint Etienne, Sufjan Stevens, Summer Camp and Eels.

Then in part two things take on a magical feel as Danny Elfman, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, Cat Power, Vince Guaraldi Trio, Low and Kate Bush all help to provide a score to Dylan Thomas’s “A Child’s Christmas in Wales”.

Then the final part of this epic festive selection has a more classic Christmas feel with Dean Martin, Ella Fitzgerald, Phil Spector and of course, Bing Crosby.

If you’re not stuffed full of Christmas cheer after this lot then call me Ebenezer (Scrooge that is, not Goode).