The Show: British Masters

We’ve spent the last few weeks binge watching Noisey’s British Masters series, hosted by John Doran.

If these interviews intrigue you (and they intrigued us enough to include some highlights in today’s show) head over to The Quietus where you can find more of Mr Doran’s work.

Direct download: The Joint – 23 March 2019

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • PREGOBLIN  –  Combustion
  • STETSASONIC  –  Talkin’ All That Jazz
  • JOVIALE  –  Monaco (Demo)
  • FONTAINES D.C.  –  Roy’s Tune

John Doran talks to Tricky #1

  • UNLOVED  –  Remember (Keefus Ciancia Reminisce Remix) (featuring Étienne Daho and Jade Vincent)
  • OPEN MIKE EAGLE  –  Microfiche
  • HELADO NEGRO  –  Running
  • LORD$OFDOGTOWN  –  Autumn
  • SLOPPY BOY  –  Hungover

John Doran talks to Cosey Fanni Tutti

  • HUELGAS ENSEMBLE  –  Qui Habitat (Motete A 24 Voces)
  • WEYES BLOOD  –  Everyday
  • UFFIE  –  Sadmoney
  • DIRK DE SAEVER  –  The Same, Same Story
  • HEALTH x JPEGMAFIA  –  Hate You

John Doran talks to Liam Gallagher

  • OOFT!  –  Guilty Feet Beat
  • CLINIC  –  Rubber Bullets
  • NOTS  –  Half Painted House
  • HASH REDACTOR  –  Good Sense
  • TONE CHOP & FROST GAMBLE  –  Wreck The Mic
  • KAYTRANADA  –  Well I Bet Ya

John Doran talks to David Rodigan

  • CODEK  –  Tam Tam (Daniele Baldelli & Marco Dionigi Remix A)
  • JAH WOBBLE, KEITH LEVENE, YOUTH featuring MARK STEWART  –  A Very British Coup (Long Version)
  • DJ DR-660  –  Fuk Me FTB (Da Bomb Edit)

John Doran talks to Tricky #2

  • MARIE DAVIDSON  –  Lara (Daniel Avery Remix)
  • TEXTASY  –  Shawty Wats Up (Cybermission Remix)
  • TANYA TAGAQ  –  Toothsayer
  • SULLY  –  Run
  • SQUID  –  Houseplants

The Show: Lost in music

When I remembered yesterday that Nile Rodgers of Chic had been working on the new Daft Punk album it sent me on a late night YouTube bender digging up lots of classic Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards productions. In 1979 they wrote “Spacer” for French outfit Sheila and Black Devotion. I wouldn’t be surprised if the new Daft Punk album is a retread of “Discovery”. And that would be a very nice thing.

And here’s the playlist in full…

12pm – 1pm

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1pm – 2pm

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The Show: Italians know their Panini

Italian glam rock revivalists Giuda and their 70’s Panini football sticker references feature on the show today.

A music video set in a decrepit sport ground puts us in mind of The Fall with their promo for “Kicker Conspiracy”, filmed at Burnley’s ground, Turf Moor, in the early 80’s.

And as mentioned at the end of the show, you should never forget about Dre because apparently Dr Dre is 2012′s highest paid musician.

And here’s the playlist in full…

12pm – 1pm

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1pm – 2pm

+ Download 1pm – 2pm – 107MB

The Show: Wundercastle!

Being suckers for good pop tunes last week we played you four tracks from Crystal Magic Records, the Sydney based record label run by Fraser Austin (of Christchurch perfect synth-pop duo Frase + Bri fame). One of the tracks played was a new one from Wundercastle (aka Mark Holland of Tiger Tones!) brilliantly channelling and reinventing early 90s rave.

We’re pleased to announce that Wundercastle’s new album Straight Up Leisure Time is now available online at and is giving us fantastic 808 State and Altern-8 flashbacks. Loving the track “HI-NRG” with the cute little Royksopp keys. We’ll play a selection of tracks on the show today. Otherwise, have a good listen below.

And here’s the playlist in full…

12pm – 1pm

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1pm – 2pm

+ Download 1pm – 2pm – 95MB