The Show: It seems nowadays cab rides are rather pricely…

On the show today, highlights include a sneaky threesome from the new ITALIANS DO IT BETTER compilation “After Dark 3”, new releases from Ōtautahi Christchurch denizens HORN, VIOLET FRENCH, T.G. SHAND, LOCAL FLORIST., ZANE 2000, DOUJIN DUKE, and WURLD SERIES.

Plus our favourite Brisbane beatsmith ANARCHOSOPHIST recently got in touch to remind us about a few of his new cuts. If you like woozy, lofi, soundtrack hip-hop and you like cats then you’re sure going to dig “The Cat King in the Year of the Plague”…

By the way, today’s show title originated with an earworm of the Bob James classic “Angela” lead to a YouTube treasure hunt starting with Bob James discussing being sampled by the hip-hop community:

And thus led to the (re)discovery of Souls of Mischief “Cab Fare”:

And on with the show…

Direct download: The Joint – 13 February 2021

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

  • T. G. SHAND – The Ease
  • DRY CLEANING – Strong Feelings
  • TINGLE IN THE NETHERLANDS – Everything’s Gone To Shit
  • IRO AKA – Zukunft
  • DOUJIN DUKE – C l e a r a n c e_S e c t i o n
  • MADLIB – Hopprock
  • JAHARI MASSAMBA UNIT – Inestimable Le Clos
  • JEAN-PIERRE DECERF & GERARD ZAJD – Reaching Infinite
  • BOB JAMES – You’re As Right As Rain
  • SOULS OF MISCHIEF – Cab Fare
  • FARAH – Boyz R Bad
  • DOUBLE MIXTE – Chambre 48 (feat. Desire)
  • CAUSEWAY – We Were Never Lost
  • C*NT – Spirits to enforce
  • ØALL HÅTES – Ì $úbśtitúte mÿ ✝︎ruth
  • SKRSINTL – BigBoutYa!
  • GRACE JONES – Pull Up to the Bumper (Cut and Dragged by The Palace Of We)
  • ANARCHOSOPHIST – The Cat King in the Year of the Plague, pt. 1
  • ANARCHOSOPHIST – The Cat King in the Year of the Plague, Pt. 2
  • MARTINA BERTONI – In Circles of Thoughts _ Blue ed.
  • VIOLET FRENCH – Pop Pop Pop
  • ZANE 2000 – Theme 10
  • HORN – Sunday
  • WURLD SERIES – Supplication
  • EX-PARTNER – The Weatherboards Are The Skin
  • WLF – Koolaid
  • LOCAL FLORIST. – Ocean Burial
  • TAMAR APHEK – Drive
  • KIMBO NICE – Wimbledon
  • THE FATIMA MANSIONS – Only Losers Take the Bus

* The inspiration for this week’s lyrical heading.

The Show: 1971 was a good year

1971. Fifty whole years ago.

A good year for The Arsenal (winning the coveted Football League First Division and FA Cup double).

A good year for music (with albums from the likes of Can, Carly Simon, Harry Nilsson, Serge Gainsbourg, Captain Beeheart, The Carpenters and many others).

And the year Fraserhead was born.

Saying that, sadly no music from 1971 in the mix today (Harry Nilsson a few weeks back was it), but there’s a token effort with some found footage of The Arsenal’s double winning season (apologies to Spurs and Liverpool fans), and then there’s the usual cryptic blend of beats and noises.

And on with the show…

Direct download: The Joint – 16 January 2021

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

  • THE ARSENAL 1971 FIRST TEAM SQUAD – Good Old Arsenal
  • OLSVANGÈR – Cinema Fascista
  • PROFESSOR JOHAN BRING – Verklighetens dans
  • KEANU RAVES & HARVO – Never Get Tired
  • KARLITA – La Chamade
  • ASHYL – 911 Call
  • BRUNO WILLMOTT-DALTON – Shift-Glitch
  • SABINE WOJNAR – Bruised Banana
  • MOGWAI – Ritchie Sacramento
  • EMMA RUTH RUNDLE & THOU – Hollywood
  • R. MISSING – Darkness, I’ll Always Be Your Girl
  • WATERFALLS – Impressionistic
  • JUNO IS – Ur Looking So Ideal
  • THE ARSENAL – Spurs 0 Arsenal 1: The title decider at the Lane 1971
  • INTERNAZIONALE – Mussels, Rococo Chair, Ecstasy
  • RICHARD NORRIS – Music For Healing 11
  • ANDY BELL – Heat Haze On Weyland Road
  • JUPITER JAX – Solace
  • ROBERT BUSHIŃSKY – Big Mess in the White House
  • SLEAFORD MODS – Nudge It (feat. Amy Taylor)
  • S:BAHN – We Move
  • HOORSEES – Videogames
  • CASPER THOMSON – Doctrine
  • THE ARSENAL – FA Cup Final – Liverpool v Arsenal 1971
  • 2XM – Spaces Between
  • 2 BILLION BEATS – Beats Of No Nation
  • STUBB – We Are Launching (feat. Jane Weaver)
  • IRO AKA – Cycles
  • THE ARSENAL 1971 FIRST TEAM SQUAD – The Boys From Highbury

* The inspiration for this week’s lyrical heading.