It’s the very welcome return of NO BRA aka Susanne Oberbeck with a new album LOVE & POWER.
Not to be outdone, those crazy cats over at THE BIG FRESH COLLECTIVE have just released PROJECT 64 VIP #2, more 160BPM versions of classic Nintendo 64 titles.
Plus here’s a bonus Xmassy picture of the one and only LIAM K. SWIGGS.
And on with the show…
Direct download: The Joint – 14 December 2019
Notebooks out completists, here’s the playlist in full…
- LIAM K. SWIGGS – GOLDENBULLSEYE VIP
- PAPLOCO – REDIAL VIP
- DJ RUGGED SHARK – LOST WOODZ VIP
- DISTANT STARS – Reaction Time
- THE HACKER – Chelsea Boots
- AGB – Brecht hat er
- NO BRA – Who Is The God (feat. Abdu Ali) *
- SHIT AND SHINE – Kentucky Cellphone (feat. Tropical Trash)
- ADSX WITH HANOBEN – SCREAM (Sharif Laffrey Nightwork)
- FRANK RODAS – Labyrinths
- LOST JOHANSSON – Guincho
- CHECKPOINT 303 – Gaza Sea Minor (feat. Ghassan Kanafani)
- DJ HEALER – 2 The Dark
- CARAMEL SMOOTH HEAVEN & JESS ASPINWALL – Through
- SQÜRL – Robby’s Theme
- YUMI ZOUMA – Right Track / Wrong Man
- JAINS MIND – Separate / Mind Go
- GABE GURNSEY – You Can
- NECRUM SELECT – Give It
- SAMO DJ – Pär Och Annika (Ex-Terrestrial Remix)
- AKAI SOLO & PINK SIIFU – Black Everything
- CORNELL CAMPBELL & SCIENTIST – Bandulo (12 inch mix)
- RAINER VEIL – Shallows
- HIRO KONE – Shatter The Gangue Of Piety
- DATASSETTE – Kestrel Manoeuvres In The Dark
- QNETE & CARMEL – Canterburied
* The source of this week’s lyrical heading.
Today’s playlist was inspired by an Alexis Petridis article on the Guardian website – ‘Be urself’: meet the teens creating a generation gap in music
At The Joint HQ we love a good generation gap, the wider the better, so expect more from (and I’m paraphrasing heavily here) 80’s Sarah Records soundalikes racking up 30m+ YouTube views.
And we’ve just realised we still haven’t posted the video for CHAII’s Digebasse (Enough), a massive oversight on our part which we can fix right now…
Direct download: The Joint – 06 April 2019
And here’s the playlist in full…
- MINT QUARTZ – R
- FLORENCE BALLARD – Forever Faithful
- WORLD, THE – You’re Goin’ Down
- SULLY – Porcelain
- DJ DR-660 – Rhodes Rec.
- BLACK MIDI – Crow’s Perch
- CHAII – Digebasse (Enough)
- GIGGS – 187
- DJ EARL – Flow
- MEMBRANES, THE – Spike Milligan’s Tape Recorder
- OFF THE MEDS – Belter (Studio Barnhus)
- GIRL IN RED – We Fell In Love In October
- JAMES “JACK RABBIT” MARTIN – Rabbit Trax I (The Next Generation) (1988)
- KERO KERO BONITO – The Open Road
- SUZI WU – Error 404
- UNLOVED – Lee (Andy Votel & Jane Weaver Remix)
- EMPATH – Hanging Out Of Cars
- WIKI – Cheat Code
- SEGO – Neon Me Out
- COMET IS COMING, THE – Summon The Fire
- KOICHI ISHIBASHI – Bad Data [Dezaemon] (Kode9 Remix)
- TEXTASY – Bugatti Sunset
- CUPCAKKE – Bird Box
- TWILIGHT SUPPER CLUB – Lower City Empathy Theater
- ADULTRY KIDDING – RENT CHECK
- FLAURAL – 1616
- VTGNIKE – Sentimental Geometry
- BEABADOOBEE – Susie May
- LOGIC – Probably Gonna Rock Your World
- JANE WEAVER – Slow Motion (LOOPS Variation)
- RIM BANNA – Maryam Bitter Sea Remix (Checkpoint303 Remix)
- LIZZO – Tempo (featuring Missy Elliott)
- FLAT WORMS – Plastic At Home
- LONELY LEARY – Objects At Noon
Can men of advanced years continue to broadcast saucy tunes made by young people without appearing, at best, odd or, at worst, creepy?
We’re not sure, so we invite you to listen to all of Posi+ive by Babeo Baggins in your own time.
And here’s today’s playlist in full…
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Tunisian / Palestinian combo Checkpoint 303 have a brand new track out, “Needle Stuck On Lebanon“, which makes good use of news broadcast samples from around the world.
Not only should we thank them for letting us know the song is available as a free download from their website, we are also eternally grateful that they sent us this link to a George Galloway interview that appeared on Sky News UK recently. It’s not a spectacle for the fainthearted, as the Respect MP tears strips off the hapless journalist to the point where he comes across as a misogynistic bully.
We can’t imagine Rupert Murdoch was amused and it certainly wouldn’t have gone to air on Rupert’s other news channel, Fox. Unless George went up against Bill O’Reilly. That really would be a heavyweight challenge. So much so that it could be made the equivalent of a pay-per-view prizefight. We’re willing to cough up a few bucks to watch so let’s start lobbying for it now.
And thank you to The Nicol Brothers aka Offset and Hank for dropping in today to lay down a few drum’n’bass sets. Cheers fellas.