No idea what to make of Blackpool grime but Blackpool grime makes it into the show, courtesy of Afghan Dan. He’s also responsible for the most telling / affecting quote from this Noisey documentary – “That’s not really talent, that’s survival” – at the five and a half minute mark.
If you’re keen to dig deeper into the sends, disses and beefs described above let us refer you to the YouTube channel BGMedia, the one-stop shop for all your Blackpool grime needs.
DJ S1FTER fills in, putting the garage back into garage, and maybe even putting a porch on the Porsche. This time he goes MkII Zephyr style and adds a few Kiwi artists – Scribe, P Money, and a funky Poi E remix. The Jag also gets some attention with tracks from English gangster movie Snatch (“I’ve seen Snatch… and I like it”- DJ S1FTER) bookending the mix with some good R’n’B and Blues Brothers thrown in to keep it worldly. As usual there is a fine selection of house with WaFF, Marlon Hoffstadt & Dansson, and Sideburn & Viktor Kaman. And S1FTER kinda apologises for the Hall & Oates… kinda.
Here’s the playlist in full…
Klint – Diamond
Patea Maori Club – Poi E (The Beatworms remix)
Scribe – Not Many
Savage – Swing
Joni Rewind – Uptown Top Rankin (feat. Estelle)
Estelle – American Boy (feat. Kanye West)
P-Money – Everything (feat. Vince Harder)
Fergie – M.I.L.F. $
Skee-Lo – I Wish
MJ Cole – Crazy Love
Dennis Cruz – Bad Behaviour
Deee-lite – Groove Is In The Heart
Marlon Hoffstadt & Dansson – Hot Strings
The Blues Brothers – Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
Duck Sauce – Anyway
Bjork – More to life than this
Groove Armada – Final Shakedown (Waff Remix)
Armand Van Helden – NYC Beat
Vanilla Ice – Ice ice baby (Vico Valesco Bootleg)
Sideburn & Viktor Kaman – Dub Be Good
Jesse Rose – Black Twitter
wAFF – Flipback (Original Mix)
Groove Armada – Superstylin’
Jesse Rose – Fatman
Daryl Hall and John Oates – I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do)
One for the music nerds out there, the amazing story of Donnie & Joe Emerson. A farmer notices that his sons are really into music so he builds them a studio and they record a lost classic in 1979.
Been listening to Ariel Pink’s new album “Mature Themes” and enjoying his cover of Donnie and Joe Emerson’s 1979 lost classic “Baby”. Apparently it’s been known about for years in record collector circles but I only found out about it recently via The Guardian Music Weekly 8 June 2012 podcast.
ABOUT THE JOINT …
THE HERB WHISPERER and FRASERHEAD go all over the shop with an eclectic, left field, and off-kilter selection of cosmic disco, electro, indie, hiphop, house, dub, and Krautrock, plus the occasional guilty pleasure. If the radio sounds broken chances are it will be THE JOINT. Find out more about us »