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The Show: Old Dundonian.

Today’s show leans heavily on (some might say “rips huge chunks from”) an interview that Mark Blyth gave to Ken Early in a recent edition of the Second Captains Podcast.

We like the cut of Mr Blyth’s jib. We like the cut of his Dundonian accent even more, particularly the emphasis that he gives the cr in crisp and crap.

Direct download: The Joint – 24 March 2018

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • ESSAIE PAS  –  Substance M
  • FLAME 1  –  Fog
  • LAUREN AUDER  –  For Those Who Patiently Endure
  • FRANKIIE  –  Glory Me
  • RAT THE MAGNIFICENT  –  Itch2
  • YASSASSIN  –  Mermaidistic Personality Disorder
  • SUNFLOWERS  –  Signal Hill
  • PARROTS, THE  –  Soy Peor
  • BOOJI BOYS  –  Piscine Perfect
  • PARQUET COURTS  –  Almost Had To Start A Fight / In And Out Of Patience
  • HTMLFLOWERS  –  Chrome Halo (featuring Banoffee)
  • JON HOPKINS  –  Emerald Rush
  • SANDUNES  –  Indigo Village
  • BICEP  –  Opal (Four Tet Remix)
  • BENIN CITY  –  Final Form
  • MOULIN ROUGE  –  Sense
  • MARIA USBECK  –  Bosque De Bambú
  • GWENNO  –  Eus Keus?
  • STELLA DONNELLY  –  Mechanical Bull
  • GLORIA  –  Heavy
  • MEDHANE  –  Sal
  • CUCO  –  Melting
  • SKINNY PALEMBE  –  Toy Shooter
  • LOW JACK  –  Look Out Riddim (Dubplate)
  • 700 BLISS  –  Ring The Alarm
  • SCOTTIBRAINS  –  Sustained Threat
  • MISS RED  –  Red – Dagga
  • DR. OCTAGON – Area 54
  • N.E.R.D, RIHANNA & DRAKE  –  Lemon (Drake Remix)
  • DENMARK VESSEY  –  Trustfall
  • YBN NAHMIR  –  Have You Ever
  • IMMORTAL TECHNIQUE  –  Untitled

 

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The Show: Slowed down funk

Gemma Syme and Chris Cudby aka Power Nap / Golden Axe filling in.

Direct download: The_Joint_2014-10-25-12-14.mp3

12pm – 1pm

  • Arthur Russell – That’s Us / Wild Combination
  • Mongo Skato – Gimme Some **NZ**
  • Sophie – Lemonade
  • Bobby Caldwell – Down 4 Tha 3rd Time (Delroy Edwards Mix)
  • Prefab Sprout – When Love Breaks Down
  • The Magic Fades – Back Drawn
  • House Of Dolls – Touch With Knives **NZ**
  • Baby D – Let Me Be Your Fantasy
  • Farley “Jackmaster” Funk featuring Darryl Pandy – Love Can’t Turn Around (Houseapella)
  • Unknown
  • Alan Vega – Wipeout Beat

1pm – 2pm

  • Curve – Horror Head
  • Micachu & The Shapes – Turn Me Well
  • Rustie – Slasherr
  • Jon Hopkins – Open Eye Signal
  • Raw 2 Survive – Blood, Sweat And Tears (Delroy Edwards Mix)
  • Future Brown featuring Tink – Wanna Party
  • Saint Pepsi – Mac Tonight!
  • Unknown
  • Unknown
  • Leon Screen – Endless Field **NZ**
  • A.G. Cook – Beautiful
  • Altered Images – I Could Be Happy (12″ Mix)
  • Fatima Al Qadiri – Desert Strike

The Show: Recaps, reruns, retreads

Here’s how a current affairs show should be run. Max Keiser interviews Frankie Boyle about Scottish independence, the BBC, censoprship, and Margaret Thatcher’s funeral. If only more people spoke their minds and said what they mean.

And here’s the playlist in full…

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12pm – 1pm

1pm – 2pm

The Show: Party like it’s 1991

The Joint is partial to a little bit of glamour (and Ebony Bones)

Like Ebony Bones, The Joint is partial to a little bit of glamour.

As we mention towards the end of the show, we did encounter some problems with the recording for the podcast. We’ve had to resort to using our uncompressed back up option. The songs still sound pretty good though…

And here’s the playlist in full…

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12pm – 1pm

1pm – 2pm

The Show: RIP Iain Banks (1954 – 2013)

Iain Banks

There are chardonnay socialists. And there are champagne socialists. And there are also vintage champagne socialists. But there are not many single malt socialists.

Iain Banks was one of the latter. His sharp wit, incredible imagination, fierce criticism of Tory ideology, defence of the underdog, unashamed appreciation of Porsche 911s and BMW M5s, and whisky research will be sorely missed.

While I tend to prefer Iain Banks “mainstream” fiction something I love about his science fiction novels, those featuring the utopian civilisation “The Culture”, is the absurd, silly and playful names he gave to the ships’ minds. See a full list on Wikipedia. So as a nerdy tribute to Mr Banks on the show today we got our robot to read out the registry of ships’ names over some nice Boards of Canada backing beats. Hope it didn’t wig you out too much.

And here’s the playlist in full…

12pm – 1pm

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1pm – 2pm

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