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The pledge, the turn and the prestige – a show of three parts

Direct download: The Joint – 7 January 2017

The first part is all the tunes we are just catching up on after trawling through everyone else’s “Best of 2016” lists – including Bleep, Noisey, Metal Postcard, Hype Machine and The Guardian.

2016

  • Cassetteboy – Trump (Charlie Brooker’s Wipe 2016)
  • Rude Audio – Crystal Pylon
  • Daijvhs – Friends
  • Kanye West – Famous
  • Frigs – God Hates A Coward
  • Mitski – Your Best American Girl
  • Leon Vynehall – Blush
  • Lady Leshurr – Where Are You Now? (Featuring Wiley)
  • Skepta – Man
  • 808 State – In Yer Face (Bicep Remix)

The second part is inspired by holiday reading material – Good Night & Good Riddance by David Cavanagh. All the following tunes are mentioned in the book and previously unknown to us.

Good Night & Good Riddance

  • 1969 Andy Capp – Pop A Top
  • 1973 Funkadelic – If You Don’t Like The Effects, Don’t Produce The Cause
  • 1979 Honey Bane – Girl On The Run
  • 1985 Dignitary Stylish – Pon De Attack
  • 1988 Big Lady K – Don’t Get Me Started (Stuff & Thangs Version)
  • 1988 R+R – Acid Off A Way
  • 1994 Sonic Subjunkies – Central Industrial
  • 1997 Piano Magic – Angel Pie / Magic Tree
  • 2000 Hefner – Don’t Give Up On Us Baby

The third part is our usual fare with one eye on new releases in 2017. At The Drive-In. Cate Le Bon. The XX. British Sea Power.

Business As Usual

  • At The Drive-In – Governed By Contagions
  • Sou Sou Band – Persist Persist
  • Brother Portrait – Rearview
  • Chino Amobi – Milan
  • Cate Le Bon – Rock Pool
  • Dag – Guards Down
  • XX – Say Something Loving
  • Oh No – The Troubled
  • J-Live – Eleven Nine
  • Uranium Club – Who Made The Man?
  • Slowcoaches – 54
  • Hand Habits – Flower Glass
  • British Sea Power – Bad Bohemian
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The Show: Trumped

We live in strange and unusual times where satire cannot even begin to keep up with public figures and events. Watch it and weep.

Let’s enjoy the giggles whilst we can, lest we forget Peter Cook’s take on the effectiveness of satire

“like those wonderful Berlin cabarets … which did so much to stop the rise of Hitler and prevent the outbreak of the Second World War”

Here’s the full story behind the cover art on today’s podcast.

Direct download: The_Joint_2016-03-05-12-14.mp3

And here’s the playlist in full…

12pm – 1pm

1pm – 2pm