The Show: 0161 ³ x OF ³

The focal point of today’s show is two triple plays either side of the one hour mark.

The first one is three selections from the Cherry Red 7 CD box set Manchester North Of EnglandThe Chameleons, Suns Of Arqa and The Tiller BoysMore (and more bizarre) picks from this release in upcoming shows (The Hamsters? Bet Lynch’s Legs? Edward Barton?)

Following that, songs from three of the graduates from Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them, Syd, Tyler & Frank, who have all dropped new tunes in the last couple of weeks.

Direct download: The Joint – 2 September 2017

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • SHE TRINITY –  He Fought The Law
  • CONFIDENCE MAN –  Boyfriend (Lindstrõm & Prins Thomas Remix)
  • ANNA OF THE NORTH –  Money
  • ALTERN-8 –  Re-Indulge (Freetown Mix)
  • DESTROYER –  Sky’s Grey
  • OPEN MIKE EAGLE –  Brick Body Complex
  • FRANKIE ROSE –  Dyson Sphere
  • JLIN & ZORA JONES –  Dark Matter
  • SPATIONAUTS –  Wish I Was Dead
  • ONDES MORTES –  Sublime
  • KOLLAPS –  Capitalism
  • CHAMELEONS, THE –  In Shreds
  • SUNS OF ARQA –  Acid Tabla Dub
  • TILLER BOYS, THE –  Big Noise In The Jungle
  • SYD –  Bad Dream/No Looking Back
  • TYLER, THE CREATOR –  Ziploc
  • FRANK OCEAN –  Provider
  • POINTER SISTERS, THE –  Betcha Got A Chick On The Side
  • DAUGHTER –  Burn It Down
  • KING KRULE –  Czech One
  • ALVVAYS –  Plimsoll Punks
  • 7 DWARFS –  Stop Girl
  • NUVEM LEOPARDO –  Pitanga
  • DJ EARL –  KickinYaMind
  • MACHINE WOMAN –  Camile From OHM Makes Me Feel Loved
  • KLARK KENT –  I Don’t Care
  • RE-TROS –  8 2 8 II
  • ARIEL PINK –  Ode To The Goat (Thank You)

* The source of this week’s lyrical heading.³³³

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The Show: It’s more secret than Al Gore’s wallet

Excited. The KLF are back.

And back as BADGER KULL.

Henry Morris, personal trainer, gives the low down on The KLF…

Direct download: The Joint – 26 August 2017

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • Felix Leifur – Unidentified Blues
  • Friendly Service – Good Morning
  • Laura Lee Lovely – Hot Blood
  • Succhiamo – Al Supermercato
  • Pär Grindvik – London Marble
  • The KLF – Mastermind 2012
  • Justified Ancients Of Mu Mu – It’s Grim Up North (Part 1)
  • Don’t DJ – Wiedergänger
  • Jeff Rushin – Form
  • Phara – Paramount One
  • Isabella – Ominate
  • Meatbingo – A Jazz Carpet
  • A I W A – Left My Car in Divaca
  • Swarvy – Marzbow
  • KMD ft. Jay Electronica & MF DOOM – Light Years *
  • Nuvarna – Top Down (feat. Troy, Sultan, Scumboy)
  • Alek Lee – Sfarot
  • Queen Neptune – Oh How
  • Fazerdaze – Jennifer
  • Yumi Zouma – Depths (Pt. I)
  • Blair Parkes – run electro
  • Twisted Wires – One Night At The Raw Deal
  • Tolouse Low Trax – Metal Tent Wicked
  • Caramel Smooth Heaven – Rituals
  • 18 RAYS – I Feel Rain
  • ghostpoet – End Times

* The source of this week’s lyrical heading.

The Show: Hip Hop XLIV

For reasons we won’t go into here, but you can read about there, August 11th 1973 is officially the day hip hop was born.

We’re not going to argue but instead use it as an excuse to present a 100% hip hop show show (albeit one week and one day late).

Starting with The Hood’s mash up “40 Years Of Hip Hop” , moving through our usual quotient of all things rap related, then onto BBC Radio 6’s  Freak Zone “Freaky Hip Hop Mix” and rounding things off with Paul White’s free mix tape “Everything You’ve Forgotten”.

Direct download: The Joint – 19 August 2017

And here’s the playlist in full…

The Hood & The Joint

  • The Hood Internet – 40 Years Of Hip Hop
  • O.C. – Time’s Up
  • Westside Gunn – Nasty
  • Steve Spiffler – RR VOL 1 – 2
  • A$AP Mob – Feels So Good
  • MF Doom – True Lightyears (featuring Jay Electronica)
  • Aesop Rock & Homeboy Sandman – Yoo Hoo
  • Lil Peep – Save That Shit
  • BROCKHAMPTON – JUNKY

BBC Radio 6 Music Freak Zone Freaky Hip Hop Playlist

  • J Dilla – Lightworks
  • Madvillain – Figaro
  • Blackalicious – Alphabet Aerobics
  • Flying Lotus – Never Catch Me
  • Heralds of Change – Spotted
  • Sound Directions – A Divine Image
  • Koi Child – 1-5-9
  • DJ Shadow – Why Hip Hop Sucks in ’96
  • Mark Stewart – As The Veneer Of Democracy Starts To Fade
  • Shabazz Palaces – Since C.A.Y.A.
  • Danny Brown – Downward Spiral
  • Kojey Radical – After Winter
  • Milo & Kenny Segal – An Encyclopedia
  • Death Grips – Steroids (Parts 5 & 6)
  • Ho99o9 – Dark Paradise
  • cLOUDDEAD – Apt. A (2)
  • Saul Williams – Pedagogue Of Young Gods

Paul White “Everything You’ve Forgotten (Free Beat Tape)”

  • The Futurist
  • I Am The
  • Star of Light
  • Duck Calls
  • Mouth Harp Mayhem
  • Jyonder
  • Soloman
  • Baraka
  • Bowling Stations
  • Thinking From A Distance
  • Great Lyrics Interlude
  • Eclipse
  • Rock’n’Risk Interlude
  • Heeeyyy
  • Today’s World
  • We’ll Make It
  • Maori Baby Junior
  • The Concept of I

The Show: In the ballroom of my mind…

Fraserhead at the controls this week, starting off motorik-ish, then delving into new Christchurch beats, followed by jumping all over the place with house, surf, garage, drone and techno.

And how the hell did we ever sleep on Queen Neptune? Their recent release “The Queen’s Speech” is genius, and the album released at the start of 2017 is pure motorik bliss.

Direct download: The Joint – 12 August 2017

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • Trevor Jackson – RGBPM 1
  • Queen Neptune – Our Cosmos
  • Gian & Massi – Radiant Conveyance
  • Ondes Mortes – Holding On (Instrumental)
  • Tiga – Woke
  • Four Tet – Planet
  • Friendly Service – Throw Me Outside
  • Flandiz – Day 3 (feat. Kills)
  • Caramel Smooth Heaven – Eyes
  • Felix Leifur – Hampton
  • Prophets Of A New Generation – Seek And You Will Find
  • D’Arabia – Night In Nairobi
  • Hidden Spheres – IshOnSax
  • Minimal Violence – HMV 94
  • Anna Cook – Fritos Feelings
  • EMA – Breathalyzer
  • Lana Del Rey – 13 Beaches *
  • The Opawa 45s – Bullwinkle III
  • CHAIN & THE GANG – Rome
  • SQÜRL – The Dark Rift
  • Boris – D.O.W.N -Domination of Waiting Noise-
  • Nuvarna – Somber Summer (feat. Danny Trash, PPariah)
  • Garrett – Home (421)
  • Dimmer – Seed (Live Acoustic Recording)

* The source of this week’s lyrical heading.

The Show: Sparks Plugs

As The Joint reluctantly adapts to middle-aged life it’s heartening to see two 70ish year old brothers making angry, vibrant, catchy pop music. We reckon these might possibly be some of the best tunes of the Maels’ 50 year career.

And in this week’s edition of Lyrics Bingo match the following couplets to their respective songs:

“Ain’t left the city in months,
I guess Westfield knows what I want”

“I’m a janitor,
Oh my genitals”

“You’re a feminist until I won’t fuck you,
You’re a feminist until I talk to other guys”

Direct download: The Joint – 5 August 2017

Our respects to Super Deluxe, source of the Alex Jones and Tami Lahren cut-ups

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • SPARKS – What The Hell Is It This Time?
  • BLOW, THE – Get Up
  • SIR ROBERT ORANGE PEEL – The Spiral Remix
  • MEATBINGO – What, In Today’s World?
  • FLOWDAN – Original Raggamuffin (featuring Wiley)
  • GHOSTPOET – Freakshow
  • SUBURBAN LAWNS – Janitor
  • EVERYTHING EVERYTHING – Can’t Do
  • SONICS, THE – Have Love, Will Travel

A word from Alex Jones

  • PETE FIJ / TERRY BICKERS – Love’s Going To Get You
  • SAYA – Cold Fire
  • LOUIE RANKIN – Typewriter
  • CHINO AMOBI – Blackout
  • BETH DITTO – Oo La La
  • JJ FAD – Anotha Ho
  • KOKOKO! – L.O.V.E.
  • SWEET BABOO – Pink Rainbow
  • BREAKFAST MUFF – R U A Feminist

A word from Tami Lahren

  • DJ SHADOW – Horror Show (featuring Danny Brown)
  • SUZI WU – Teenage Witch
  • SYLVAN ESSO – The Glow
  • DIZZEE RASCAL – Wot U Gonna Do?
  • STEVE SPIFFLER vs DAVID LYNCH – RR Vol 1 – 1 vs Pena
  • CHARLI XCX – Boys
  • ALVVAYS – Dreams Tonite
  • FRANKIE ROSE – Red Museum
  • DESIIGNER – Outlet

A grunt from Alex Jones

  • A. G. COOK – Windowlicker
  • PATIENCE – White Of An Eye
  • ANDREW HUNG – Say What You Want
  • WARM DIGITS – Better Friction (featuring Mia La Metta)
  • ANNIE & THE AEROPLANES – A Million Zillion Miles
  • HERE LIES MAN – Belt Of The Sun
  • D.A.F. – Der Mussolini (Giorgio Moroder & Denis Naidanow Remix)
  • SPARKS – Edith Piaf (Said It Better Than Me)