The show: We witnessed the fitness

Roots Manuva at The Bedford, Moorhouse Avenue, Christchurch.
Roots Manuva at The Bedford, Moorhouse Avenue, last night.

Pssst… The Herb Whisperer recommends buying the February 2012 issue of Mojo. The covermount CD is New Order’s 1983 masterpiece “Power, Corruption & Lies” covered, Blue Monday revisited, and  bonus tracks. Could have been a recipe for a disaster but you’ll be pleasantly surprised. Have a sneak preview of the tracks here.

And here’s the playlist in full…

12pm – 1pm

+ Download 12pm – 1pm – 89MB

1pm – 2pm

+ Download 1pm – 2pm – 83MB

Ed Muzik “A Song Falls in the Woods”

In case you missed it here’s the new video for Ed Muzik’s “A Song Falls In The Woods”.

Bit gutted because we were meant to be in the “audience” scene and finally get our 15 seconds of fame.

But we blew it.

Sorry Ed for not returning your calls. We weren’t listening. But your video is probably better for it.

Ed Muzik “EQC Are Looking At My House”

Ed Muzik Hates It.

You could call it a parody, but to be honest it really does sum up life in Christchurch for many people post-earthquake.

Download it here:

From the brand new album Hates It.

Strangely enough, the LCD Soundsystem “Daft Punk is playing at my house” video eerily predicts the urban decay and red / yellow / green placard aesthetic of post-earthquake Christchurch. Spooky. See below for evidence…

The show: Saturday 2 October 2010

Cool. New Disasteradio album Charisma is released 15 October 2010. Even better, you can get a free download of “Drop the Bomb” over at A Low Hum.

Here’s that Doug Stanhope clip we alluded to. For those of you who find dubstep depressing on a sunny day, then you’re probably the sort of person who might find this a bit tasteless…

On a more serious matter, here’s a very important message from James Dann aka Ed Muzik about the Christchurch local body elections:

And here’s the playlist in full…

12pm – 1pm

+ Download 12pm – 1pm – 80Mb

1pm – 2pm

+ Download 1pm – 2pm – 80Mb

2pm – 3pm

+ Download 2pm – 3pm – 82Mb

Ed Muzik “Pump up the volume”

Ed Muzik - Pump up the volume.

Fresh from an NZ tour or a custodial sentence or a football injury at the start of a new season trying to be the new Zlatan Ibrahimovic (we suspect it could be all of the above), the latest track from Ed Muzik is “Pump up the volume” (it’s a freebie so go and get it).

Ed – don’t know if you’re reading this – “Pump up the volume” track seriously needs a Snap extended megamix to do it even more justice (excuse the pun). It finishes too soon.

For more Pump Up The Volume dirtiness go and see Ed Muzik, Rare Shot Blue and special guest Hera at The Dux de Lux, Thursday 20 May. Free entry. (But not “free champagne upon entry” like those dodgy motel honeymoon specials).