We`ve been after this one for a while and thanks to the “Moments In Love” exhibition at the ICA, and Apiento bumping into Rocky there, we`ve finally got it.
Another Saturday, another one of our bi-weekly podcasts. Me and Phil. A load of good records and a bit of chat. Nice!
An ace of Bass, that resonants like a bell, House Joannas and Korg duck call Brass (last heard on Ruf Dug`s “Sorta Rican”). New Wave, Cure-like, guitar figures (on “Ndzhihere Bhi”) and Techno edges.
Quando Quango. T-Coy. Mark Kamins at Danceteria. Electro and Latin. Colourbox and a London Warehouse Party.
Maxmillion Dunbar’s “Woo Daps” is an almost hour long, free mixtape.
Area was a New York nightclub which ran from September ’83 until early ’87.
If that John Peel quote about life having surface noise is true then this is its logical conclusion. And I have to say a laser cutter would be a fine thing to own. Here someone far cleverer than me has been cutting their favourite pieces of music to wood, acrylic and other things.
Where are you based? Stroud, Glouscestershire. It’s in the Cotswolds, great views, great walks, great beer.
Sea shores, tablas, and Prefab Sprout sighs. “Camilla” (the old story), palm trees and pianos.
Amazing record from 1979, just reissued on Italian label Die Schatchel.
Every get the feeling that you have seen or heard something that will live with you for a long time?
Here is number two in mine and Phil Misons bi-weekly radio show.
Miyako Koda`s Dip In The Pool. Imitation`s “Muscle And Heat”. Manipulated acoustics and nursery rhyme. Tremelo and Dub.
Snaker is a Japanese label curated by 5ive of Cos / Mes and one of the Traks Boys. Each release, in concept, being a tribute to the library music LPs of the 60 & 70s. Houses like KPM and De Wolfe. Musicians like Stefano Torossi.