Rain, rain, drop down on me

Direct download: The Joint – 24 June 2017

Maybe it’s a winter thing but there was a lot of music of Te Waipounamu origin in the show today courtesy of Blair Parkes (New Brighton), Headland (Christchurch), Haan808 (Christchurch), Kamandi (Christchurch), The Moonrakers (Oamaru), asta rangu (Dunedin) and Koizilla (Dunedin).

Have a listen below…

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • Audiophysical – Shadow Puppets
  • Pascal Viscardi – Roppongi FM
  • Kian T – Room 69
  • Folamour – In The World Of Moomin
  • Saine – Jumble
  • Roger Robinson and disrupt – Welcome To Dog Heart City
  • Headland – Deathbed
  • Laurel Halo – Moontalk
  • KILLS – Breathe
  • Kamandi – Manawa
  • Haan808 – Infinity feat. JR JARRIS
  • Custard Square – Time Annilhilator
  • Fire Walk With Me – Agent Chester Desmond explains Dancing Lil
  • Martin Creed – What The Fuck Am I Doing
  • Blair Parkes – rain *
  • Trouble – Snake Eyes
  • The Moonrakers – I LIVE IN DOGVILLE
  • asta rangu – plasticine
  • Koizilla – Yes
  • Paper Hats – OSH
  • Broken English Club – Country Life
  • Delia Gonzalez – Roulette
  • Baast – The Anubis Dawn
  • Neon Indian and Friends – Pop Life
  • Desire – Saturday
  • Twisted Wires – 0000
  • Credit 00 – Game Over

* The source of this week’s lyrical heading.

I’m looking for a real high and a real low

Direct download: 17 June 2017

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • The Smell Of Linden – Black Hole Sun
  • Saint Paul – Loin Des Yeux D’Hélios
  • Frank Booker – Down In The Basement Vol.3
  • Earthboogie – Route Ten to Interzone
  • Broken English Club – Pylon
  • Pascal Viscardi – Meis Theme
  • Broshuda – Tjorven
  • Joane Skyler – Best Quest
  • Delia Gonzalez – Hidden Song
  • LCD Soundsystem – Call The Police
  • Audiophysical – Essence Dub
  • Tradition – Morning on Mars
  • Roger Robinson and disrupt – Corridors
  • Cypress Hill – When the shit goes down
  • Headland – Stand Firm
  • Haan808 – RBILD (Rebuild pt. 2) feat. SkyFawkes
  • Prequell – Bullitt
  • Johnny Jewel – Motel
  • Martin Creed – Understanding
  • The Buzzcocks – Why Can’t I Touch It
  • Barry De Vorzon – The Warriors
  • Kettenkarussell – New York Blues
  • Tilliander – Return Of The Super Tape
  • Johnny Jewel – Strobe Lights
  • Nite Jewel – Real High *
  • Chromatics – Blue Moon
  • Surly – Thirteen

* The source of this week’s lyrical heading.

DJ S1FTER presents F*B*G*M

DJ S1FTER - steady rollin' yo

DJ S1FTER – steady rollin’ yo

Says S1FTER: “Starting with another genre we never thought was done here is a “Retro Rap” tune from rap masters The Cool Kids. We never forgot about the Rainbow Warrior. We stopped eating French sticks and sold our Citroens. But now we welcome French electronica, well, because its good, very good. House will always be a part of these mixes, and here is a selection. Love it. House is good. Death to Hipsters. Everybody loves Star Wars. You will even more now. Chur. s1fter”

Direct download: DJ S1FTER presents F*B*G*M

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • The Cool Kids – A Little Bit Cooler
  • Misfits Of Science – Fools Love
  • Wu-Tang Clan – Gravel Pit
  • Mr. Oizo – Flat Beat
  • Justice – DVNO
  • Justice – D.A.N.C.E.
  • SebastiAn – Ross Ross Ross
  • SebastiAn – Embody
  • Cassius – I Love You So
  • Dansson & Marlon Hoffstadt – Shake That
  • Swell Session feat. Yukimi Nagano – The Music in Her Eyes
  • Turbojazz – Please U (feat. David Blank)
  • Johnick – C’mon baby “give it up”
  • Jesse Rose & Weiss – Ask for More
  • Forrest – Marlon Brando
  • Hackman – Grass Green (Timo Maas Remix)
  • Italobros – Sodium
  • Dick Johnson – Make a Record
  • So What – Let Me Apologize (Guilty Dub)
  • Lloyd Banks – Beamer Benz Or Bentley feat. Juelz Santana
  • JAY Z – Big Pimpin’ (feat. UGK)
  • Outkast – So Fresh, So Clean
  • Foxy Brown – Oh Yeah
  • Gramatik – Hit That Jive
  • Star Wars – Imperial March (Darth Vader’s Theme) Remix
  • Olene Kadar – Baby Keep It Up (feat. D-Low)

Blackpool Rocks

“A Seaside Ting”

No idea what to make of Blackpool grime but Blackpool grime makes it into the show, courtesy of Afghan Dan. He’s also responsible for the most telling / affecting quote from this Noisey documentary – “That’s not really talent, that’s survival” – at the five and a half minute mark.

If you’re keen to dig deeper into the sends, disses and beefs described above let us refer you to the YouTube channel BGMedia, the one-stop shop for all your Blackpool grime needs.

Direct download: The Joint – 3 June 2017

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda  –  Om Rama (THW Rub)
  • Lorde  –  Green Light (Chromeo Remix)
  • Bas Jan  –  Holloway Road
  • Golden BSP  –  No Games
  • AustraliA  –  Drop The Boy
  • General Trees  –  Serious Ting
  • D. Begun – Hey Nas (Boom Music)
  • Harvey Scales And The Seven Sounds  –  The Funky Yolk
  • Psychic Youth  –  Step In Time
  • Chastity Belt  –  5am

Brought to you by the Norwich Boot – Ivanka for Nordstrom

  • Kero Kero Bonito  –  Trampoline (Saint Etienne Remix)
  • Okzharp   –  Dear Ribane (featuring Manthe)
  • Brujjas Deejay  –  Snoop Dog Vs Zato DJ
  • Heaven  –  Lonesome Town
  • Lando Chill  –  No Paz
  • Banana  –  Banana C (THW Rub)
  • Heavy Hawaii  –  Born To Ride
  • Ifriqiyya Electrique  –  Arrah Arrah Abbaina – Bahari – Tenouiba
  • Madd Again!  –  Brand New Dubplate
  • Coby Sey  –  All Change
  • USA/Mexico  –  Possum Trot

Brought to you by the Carra Pump – Ivanka for Nordstrom

  • Soccer Mommy  –  Out Worn
  • Charlatans, The  –  Let’s Go Together
  • Schlachthofbronx  –  Killer (featuring Warrior Queen)
  • Team Picture  –  Air, Not Air
  • Okmalumkoolkat  –  GQI (featuring Amadando)
  • Wavves  –  No Shade
  • Saint Abdullah  –  Martyrdub
  • Steoples, The  –  From The Otherside
  • Afghan Dan  –  Blackpool
  • Massive Attack  –  Protection (The Eno Mix)

It was 10 years ago yesterday – Part 2

As part of our continuing trawl through The Joint audio vaults for previously unpodcasted shows, we present the first and final hour of a three hour programme that went to air on the 26th May 2007.

For the youngsters listening, an 80Gb iPod (mentioned at the 58:25 point) was an early 21st century music player that stored a meagre 20,000 songs, had no wifi or 4G connectivity and couldn’t even take photos. We’re talking the digital music Dark Ages.

Direct download: The Joint – 27 May 2017

And here’s the playlist in full…