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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…

  • ADULTRY KIDDING  –  ART COLLECTORS
  • PREGOBLIN  –  Combustion
  • STETSASONIC  –  Talkin’ All That Jazz
  • JOVIALE  –  Monaco (Demo)
  • FONTAINES D.C.  –  Roy’s Tune
  • STABUDOWNPRODUCTIONS  –  FyeRRR!

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)
  • RABIT  –  TRACK 2 LANA IM SO HIGH
  • 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
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It was 10 years ago yesterday – Part 3

After our third trawl through The Joint audio vaults for previously unpodcasted shows, we present the entire 3 hour show that was first broadcast on 29th September 2007 (as opposed to the heavily edited version that went out on 8k earlier today).

There are constant references to “Myspace” websites and “peer to peer” networks but, quite frankly, we have no recollection of what any of those phrases mean.

Limited edition direct download in special aac / m4a retro format: The Joint – 30 September 2017

And here’s that playlist in full…

It was 10 years ago yesterday – Part 2

As part of our continuing trawl through The Joint audio vaults for previously unpodcasted shows, we present the first and final hour of a three hour programme that went to air on the 26th May 2007.

For the youngsters listening, an 80Gb iPod (mentioned at the 58:25 point) was an early 21st century music player that stored a meagre 20,000 songs, had no wifi or 4G connectivity and couldn’t even take photos. We’re talking the digital music Dark Ages.

Direct download: The Joint – 27 May 2017

And here’s the playlist in full…

It was 10 years ago yesterday – Part 1

A trawl through The Joint audio vaults has uncovered a set of previously unpodcasted shows from 10 years ago.

So for your nostalgic listening pleasure we present the first two hours of a programme that went to air on the 27th January 2007.

Lots and lots and lots of Ed Banger material.

Direct download: The Joint – 28 January 2017

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • DJ MEHDI “Signature”
  • DJ MEHDI “Saharan Break”
  • DJ MEHDI featuring Fafi “Luck Boy”
  • AMII STEWART “Knock On Wood”
  • DJ MEHDI featuring CHROMEO “I Am Somebody”
  • DJ MEHDI “Wee Bounce”
  • DJ MEHDI featuring XANAX “Hot-O-Momo”
  • DJ MEHDI “Titre Bonus”
  • DISCO D “Booty Bar Anthem”
  • MONARETA “Matanza Funk”
  • BIG SHUG “Spit Fire (Featuring Singapore Kane & Dre Robinson)”
  • KRAZY BALDHEAD “Crazy Motherfuckas (Midfield General Remix) (Feat Tes)”
  • PARTY CRASHERS UNITE “Ballers”
  • FLAIRS “Truckers Delight”
  • DEPARTURE LOUNGE “Odd Times” **NZ**
  • O.G. featuring MC RIZLA “Smoove Chew” **NZ**
  • UFFIE “Hot Chick” TURBULENCE “Notorious”
  • SCIENTIST & JAMMY/THE ROOTS RADICS “Flash Gordon Meets Luke Skywalker”
  • A SUNNY DAY IN GLASGOW “Lists, Plans”
  • I:CUBE “Acid Tablet”
  • CULTURCIDE “Bruce”
  • CLIPSE “Chinese New Year”
  • OH NO featuring ALOE BLAC “Second Chance”
  • DIAGRAM BROTHERS “We Are All Animals”

The show: What’choo talkin’ ’bout, Willis?

The Diff'rent Strokes

1968: Gary Coleman born.

1978: Diff’rent Strokes debuts on NBC on 3 November.

2001: The Strokes release their debut album “This Is It” which includes the single “Last Nite”.

2001: The Diff’rent Strokes release their “This Isn’t It” EP which includes a cheap synth cover version of “Last Nite”.

2006: Dubstep goes overground (with Burial’s debut album).

2010: Gary Coleman dies. RIP Gary Coleman.

Such is the circle of life.

And here’s the playlist in full…

12pm – 1pm

Download 12pm – 1pm here (m4a / aac file)

1pm – 2pm

Download 1pm – 2pm here (m4a / aac file)

Alternatively, this is the raw, unpasteurized version of the show in mp3 format. No chapters, pictures or links. Slightly less quality. Otherwise the audio content is the same as the two files above. The choice is yours…..

Download 12pm – 2pm here (mp3 file)