The Show: Flirting with disaster

RIP Dele Fadele, NME journalist during the 1980’s and 1990’s. Although he actually died sometime during 2018 the news only became public a few weeks ago.

In 1992 he became one of the first people to call Morrissey out on his flirtation with right wing imagery.

“For what’s it’s worth, I don’t think Morrissey is a racist. He just likes the trappings and the culture that surround the outsider element. He has some racist friends. And if he carries on this way, he’ll have thousands more.”

Unfortunately, we now know how that particular flirtation turned out.

Mr. Fadele also fronted his own band, Welfare Heroine, and it’s their ever-so-slightly-baggy cover version of the 1969 Peter Sarstedt song “Where Do You Go To My Lovely” that features in today’s show.

And on with the show…

Direct download: The Joint – 17 October 2020

Notebooks out completists, here’s the playlist in full..

  • TECK ZILLA X SHABAAM SAHDEEQ X INDIGO PHOENY X PHLOW X ETERNIA – Victory
  • PAN AMSTERDAM – Hannibal Lecture (featuring Jason Williamson)
  • HIGH CONTRAST – Time Is Hardcore (featuring Kae Tempest & Anita Blay)
  • LEZ POP – Lidocaine / Brainfog
  • WELFARE HEROINE – Where Do You Go To My Lovely? (RIP Dele Fadele) *
  • HUSTLE FLESH – 1-2-300 Subscriber Freestyles
  • SA-ROC – Deliverance
  • G SUDDEN – Gran A Day
  • DJ BORING – Like Water
  • CORTICYTE – Horn
  • CYRIL CYRIL – Les Gens
  • CARLOS PERON – Her Heäd Is Bräkin Intu Foör (Primal Version)
  • STAR – Angel School Anthem
  • CHAI – Donuts Mind If I Do
  • BUG, THE – You (featuring Dis Fig)

Kelly Lee Owens Mix for BBC Radio 6

    • FLORE – Rituals
    • BICEP – Atlas
    • DANIEL AVERY – Infinite Future
    • BREAKA – The Start Up
    • VINICUIS HONORIO – Brainwash 2
    • HARRISON BDP – Sound Expansion Meditation
    • BAILEY IBBS – Mine
    • HAIDER – U Trippin
    • NUDGE UNIT – Uncertain Past (Warehouse Schranz mix)
    • KELLY LEE OWENS – Melt!
    • ROZA TERENZI – That Track (Rewired mix)
    • PVS – F*****’ Society
  • CHARLES WEBSTER – The Spell (Burial Mix) (featuring Ingrid Chavez)
  • SAINT SEVERIN – The Knife (Barry Adamson Mix)
  • CLINT MANSELL, CLINT WALSH – Caroline Says I
  • TION WAYNE X DUTCHAVELLI X STORMZY – I Dunno
  • SIG NU GRIS – Amoeba
  • OLE MIC ODD – 420 Million Dollars
  • ONIPA – Sohaa Gb3k3 (XOA Remix)

* The inspiration for this week’s lyrical heading.

The Show: When Harri Met Steve

I remember hearing today’s opening song on the John Peel show back in 1980. Unfortunately I could never recall the name of the band (The Silver) or the name of the track (Do You Wanna Dance). What I thought I recalled was that the band were from Sweden (Finland actually), were very young and fell about in hysterics half way through the performance. Not even the most sophisticated 21st century search engines could provide a solution to a 40 year mystery with that scant information.

By sheer chance I came across a website that did provide the solution, buried deep in a post about ramshackle outsider art music. However the mystery continues because my browser history has been deleted and I can’t remember the website I have to thank.

And on with the show…

Direct download: The Joint – 30 November 2019

Notebooks out completists, here’s the playlist in full…

  • SILVER, THE  –  Do You Wanna Dance
  • JUDGITZU  –  Kelele
  • PREGOBLIN  –  Anna (Flower’s Won’t Grow)
  • DEE BEE RICH  –  Middle Class
  • J-LIVE  –  Money And Power
  • C. MEMI  –  Heavenly Peace (Unga No Suimon Akete)
  • CHEWY BENSON  –  The Existential C-Hip S-Hop
  • BURIAL  –  Old Tape
  • JULIAN COPE  –  Up-wards at 45˚
  • SNOWY & JASON WILLIAMSON  –  EFFED
  • RiFF RAFF x DiRT NASTY  –  ARROGANT AMERiCAN FREESTYLE
  • LIZZ  –  Words
  • ZEBRA KATZ  –  In In In
  • FIELD, THE  –  Over The Ice
  • GODDARD & HARRY WOLFMAN  –  Fourth Dimension
  • R. ELIZABETH  –  Back From Ten
  • dgoHn  –  Dolorous Dickhead
  • MEDHANE  –  2020sht (featuring Maassai)
  • DANGER MOUSE & SPARKLEHORSE  –  Ninjarous (featuring MF DOOM)
  • MATTIEL  –  Millionaire
  • ZILLAS ON ACID  –  Strictly Just at Night
  • AVALANCHE PARTY  –  Milk & Sunlight Is A Heavy Dream
  • JOY ORBISON X OVERMONO  –  Bromley
  • NA NOISE  –  Then Who
  • m a g g i e . w a v  –  Arena of Souls
  • CARTEL MADRAS  –  Goonda Gold
  • SIGUE SIGUE SPUTNIK  –  Atari Baby
  • JERSKIN FENDRIX  –  Black Hair
  • SOCCER MOMMY  –  Yellow Is The Color Of Her Eyes

The Show: It all means the same, down the line

Winter hibernation doesn’t seem to have dented or affected musical productivity in Ōtautahi Christchurch. In these darkest and coldest of months the releases keep coming.

Looking forward to the new KOOL AID (the artists formerly known as Brian Tamaki and The Kool Aid Kids) Family Portrait EP. Lovely video too for ‘Family Portrait Revisited’, ironically a good summer day out in this Antipodean Gothic paradise.

And not forgetting these Christchurch cats, to name just a few who appear on the show today…

NECRUM SELECT


GETSET


CARAMEL SMOOTH HEAVEN & JESS ASPINWALL

And you can hear all those and even more in the show below.

Direct download: The Joint – 6 July 2019

Here’s the playlist in full…

  • Kool Aid – Family Portrait Revisited *
  • Blair Parkes – hot may night
  • Von Spar – Extend The Song feat. Laetitia Sadier
  • Vanishing Twin – Language Is A City (Let Me Out!)
  • MEDaL – Ghost
  • Keith Mansfield – Teenage Villain
  • Comfort – You’re Shaking
  • Univac – Eniac
  • Mr. Mitch – Not Modular (The Bug Straight Mix)
  • Scientist – Dangerous Match 10
  • Khruangbin – Mary Always
  • SAULT – Don’t Waste My Time
  • Necrum Select – Rashomon
  • Caramel Smooth Heaven – Another Shape feat. Jess Aspinwall
  • 2XM – Mcferrin’
  • PAPLOCO – PAPANUI BLUE SENIOR JERSEY
  • Kamandi – Anyway Friday
  • Roza Terenzi – Worldwide (Luca Lozano Intercontinental Remix)
  • GETSET – Fight Sequence
  • Franco F – Ray-Tracing Sauna
  • Cinthie – Australian Summer
  • Shinichi Atobe – Butterfly Effect
  • Burial – State Forest
  • NOIA – La Nit Ve Sola
  • Al Onzo – Tango Japan
  • Hatchie – Her Own Heart
  • Tyler, The Creator – ARE WE STILL FRIENDS?

* The source of this week’s lyrical heading.

The Show: Random Acts Of Flyness

 

Direct download: The Joint – 6 October 2018

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • BOBBIE GENTRY  –  Fancy
  • TOY  –  The Willo
  • MAARJA NUUT & RUUM  –  Haned Kadunud
  • FIDLAR  –  Too Real
  • SLEAFORD MODS  –  Stick In A Five And Go
  • GAIKA  –  Crown & Key
  • TOM DEMAC & REAL LIES  –  White Flowers (Edit)
  • GEOWULF  –  Drink Too Much
  • BOY AZOOGA  –  Face Behind Her Cigarette
  • BAXTER DURY, ETIENNE DE CRÉCY & DELILAH HOLLIDAY  –  White Coats

[Random Acts Of Flyness – BBHMM]

The Sesh – Burial and Kode9 – Exclusive Mix for Mary Anne Hobbs

  • Eternal Basement – Woy
  • Orca – 4am
  • Acen – Trip To The Moon 1 & 2
  • DJ Biz – Losing Track Of Time
  • RJ – You Are My Destiny
  • Sleep Research Facility – Stealth 4
  • Speedy J – Terre Zippy
  • Section X – Galaxian
  • Battle Of The Future Buddhas – The Other Way Around
  • Chi AD – When The Effect Came
  • DJ Phil – Godz House
  • JLin – Annotation
  • DJ Hank – Be Happy
  • Fulltono – Baby Je Kajoo
  • Danny Breaks – Dropping Science Vol 1 ( Phillip D Kick Edit )
  • Scratchclart – Drm Walk
  • DJ Lag – Gqomwav
  • Sophie – Faceshopping

[Random Acts Of Flyness – White Be Gone]

  • ELLA FITZGERALD  –  When I Get Low I Get High
  • AFLACKO  –  Loyal
  • ADRIANNE LENKER  –  Symbol
  • DELISH DA GODDESS  –  Hot Girl #1
  • CODEK  –  Tim Toum
  • 6LACK, J. COLE  –  Pretty Little Fears
  • GALLANT  –  Toogoodtobetrue (Featuring Sufjan Stevens & Rebecca Sugar)
  • CLARK  –  Piano E.C.S.T.
  • DODOS, THE  –  SW3
  • LUDDITES  –  Doppelganger
  • MAOUPA MAZZOCCHETTI  –  How To Hate You Without H?
  • JESSE RAE  –  Umhlaba Jikelele

* The source of this week’s lyrical heading.

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…