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Podcast #5 – July 07

Podcast #5 – July 07


Podcast July

Natasha Khan aka Bat for Lashes lazing on a sunny afternoon courtesy of Lee Shearman.

I was going to make this an upbeat, summer podcast but 50-odd days of consecutive rain can obviously get a brotha down so it’s a bit more of a chilled out affair than usual with more guitar music than usual. I still had a chance to squeeze in a track from my favourite MC MF Doom as he has a re-released deluxe packaged version of “Mmm.. Food” out and we have a couple of bass stompers to round off July from Boxcutter and Prince Kong. We’re also highlighting the Remix Artist Collective with two remixes of theirs of The Shins & Tokyo Police Club back to back. Thanks once again to Aoife Mc for presenting. Represent!

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Podcast #5 – July 07 Tracklisting

  1. Caribou – Melody Day (Four Tet remix) [eMusic]
  2. So Cow – The League of Impressionable Teens [Road Records]
  3. Bat for Lashes – Prescilla [Amazon]
  4. Matthew Dear – Deserter [eMusic | Amazon]
  5. Animal Collective – Fireworks [Pre-order Strawberry Jam]
  6. The Shins – Sleeping Lessons (RAC remix)
  7. Tokyo Police Club – Be Good (RAC remix)
  8. MF Doom – Hoe Cakes [CD+DVD deluxe @ Amazon]
  9. The Chemical Brothers – Saturate [Amazon]
  10. Boxcutter – Silver Birch Solstice [Amazon]
  11. Prince Kong – Gone

Podcast 005 July 07

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