Tag Archives: Vinyl Williams

Hungry is the ghost inside of me

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Direct download: The Joint – 27 August 2016

Off-kilter beats, digital drums, air drumming, a 1980s classic, washing machine techno, music with guitars(!), mellower tubby beats, and finished off with some introspective country and dreamy folk.

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • Hoyt Curtin – Battle of the Planets intro
  • Bear Bones, Lay Low – Sowisau
  • TRIO – Da Da Da
  • 1985 Simmons Drums CB700 Demo
  • Com Truise – Sunspot
  • Factory Floor – Relay
  • Beesmunt Soundsystem – First Timer
  • Bored Young Adults – Check Up From The Neck Up
  • Pleasure Model – Bealichtbach
  • Black Merlin – Burn It
  • Inigo Kennedy – NGC6826 (Blinking Eye)
  • Elka – Jayex Story
  • DJ Béeso – Searching
  • Vince Guaraldi – Motocross 1975
  • Man Power – Thnk U
  • 1986 Casio DP1 and keyboard
  • White Owl – In League With The Devil
  • The Trendees – Abandoned Hospital
  • Vinyl Williams – The Presence of Absence
  • 1977 – Auguste & Co
  • Uffe – Tosmogs
  • Kiki Hitomi – Yellow Story
  • Blood Orange – E.V.P.
  • Gallant – Skipping Stones (feat. Jhené Aiko)
  • The Renderers – You Raise Me
  • Marissa Nadler – Hungry Is The Ghost *

* The source of this week’s lyrical heading.

The Show: Lobsters

To celebrate the 35th anniversary of the release of the first Derek & Clive record we present “Jump”

Maybe we should have played “The Worst Job” instead, it would have segued nicely into the Squeaky Lobster track.

Still on a Cook & Moore tangent, take advantage of Trunk Records’ ridiculously cheap Bedazzled soundtrack offering – 50p for the full download. Get in while it lasts.

And here’s the playlist in full…

12pm – 1pm

+ Download 12pm – 1pm [80MB]

1pm – 2pm

+ Download 1pm – 2pm [92MB]

The Show: Rants, manifestos and lists

A wee while ago we played a track by Pairs entitled “A surgeon at a hospital in Shanghai severed a nerve in my groin” (tip of the hat to Sean Hocking of Metal Postcard Records). As you’ve probably guessed, we’re suckers for songs that are rants, manifestos, or lists. The aforementioned Pairs track probably falls into the latter camp and is a real blast.

Bill Bird of RDU’s legendary Human Pleasure @ Hourly Rates has let it be known that there is an accompanying video. Watch it below in all its technicolor, domestic chores, stop motion glory.

And here’s the playlist in full – no ads this week so it’s a concentrated 2 hour hit.

+ Download – 200MB