Tag Archives: Yuna Lesca

The Show: What’s not human?

A choir. Percussion. Dancing. Aliens. What could possibly go wrong?

Direct download: The Joint – 12 May 2018

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • CAMARÃO – Os Camarões
  • DOG POWER – Not Human *
  • NU GUINEA – Disco Sole
  • GIOVANNI DAMICO – Essential
  • YUNA LESCA – 2.0.4.8.6.3.
  • SHAKARCHI & STRANÉUS – Waayaha Cusub
  • JURA SOUNDSYSTEM – Udaberri Blues (Dub Version)
  • DAY OF NOVA – Sun is coming
  • STEF ANIMAL – Owl (Roland MT-32)
  • ROZA TERENZI – Lilli’s Lounge
  • PEGGY GOU – Travelling Without Arriving
  • JADED NINETIES RAVER – Free For A Fee
  • FUNKI PORCINI – Postcard From St. Bonnet
  • SILENT FREEWAY – All Of This
  • CHRISTINA VANTZOU – Remote Polyphony (feat. Steve Hauschildt)
  • NADIA STRUIWIGH – Roeiweijk
  • SIMIAN MOBILE DISCO – Caught In A Wave (feat. Deep Throat Choir)
  • THE TRENDEES – Little Faust
  • GOLD MEDAL FAMOUS – John, this is completely unacceptable (feat. John Campbell and Gerry Brownlee)
  • CARAMEL SMOOTH HEAVEN – Checking out
  • BART & THE BEDAZZLED – The Amateurs
  • MONIQUE ALLEN – Dreams Are For Free
  • PEREL – Crocus Vernus
  • JOAKIM HELLGREN – Grid
  • YUMI ZOUMA – France (Grands Boulevards)

* The source of this week’s lyrical heading.

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The Show: Six Space Shuttles and 144,000 Elephants

Starting off the show today with the brand new, soothing and atmospheric release from Yuna Lesca (ex CHC now based in London).

And thanks to The Bad Professor who struck gold and put us on to Lonnie Holley‘s “Six Space Shuttles and 144,000 Elephants”. Definitely song title of the day.

Direct download: The Joint – 20 January 2018

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • Yuna Lesca – Guilt Trip
  • Soft Fit – Haida
  • Aquatic Language – Départ
  • DJ Psychiatre – Trust Issues
  • Mark Du Mosch – Firefly
  • Lauer – Prosito
  • Lou Rebecca – Neverending
  • Mitra Mitra – Snakes
  • The Ruling Elite – All the chicks I know
  • Annual Leaf – Put A Plaster On It
  • Soul Coughing – Screenwriters Blues
  • Roland TR808 TV commercial
  • Jlin – Nyakinyua Rise
  • Lonnie Holley – Six Space Shuttles and 144,000 Elephants *
  • RAMZi – Fly Timoun
  • SAVE! – The Darkness In The Middle
  • MYMK – Brain Fog
  • Chino Amobi – DIXIE SHRINE
  • Kris Baha – Notion Of Dismay
  • Job Sifre – Zodiak
  • The Golden Filter – Black Spray
  • Cute Heels – The Glorious Dance
  • Pender Street Steppers – No Need
  • Chevals – Homecoming

* The source of this week’s lyrical heading.

Suckers stare but I don’t care

Lots of bleeps and beats and washing machine rhythms today with not too many vocals or words spoken. Starting off with the funk, then delving into the techno, a hip hop interlude, and then finishing off with the mellow and melancholic.

Direct download: The Joint – 25 February 2017

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • Daedelus – Baker’s Theme
  • Kelvin Hurts – Lover
  • Arms and Sleepers – Pan Am
  • Thundercat – Them Changes
  • Hidden Spheres – ~~~~~~
  • A Band Called Flash – Nicci
  • Grant – Back Mind
  • nthng – Unity
  • Joy Orbison – Walworth Window
  • Yuna Lesca – Salted Caramel
  • DVS1 – The Chase
  • Jeff Mills – Captured and under Their Control
  • Information Flash – Balearic Acid
  • The Bug Vs Earth – Snakes Vs Rats
  • Motte – Opal Eye
  • OceanView x Part-wun – Red Zoned
  • Ice-T – Colors *
  • Sun Kil Moon – Window Sash Weights
  • Noveller – Rituals
  • Felix Leifur – Eyelids
  • Quarta 330 – Digital Lotus Flower
  • Borrowed cs – R edit #2
  • L’usine Ticking – Hands (feat. Sarah McIlwain)
  • Seaside – Yours Only
  • Daedelus – Lazy Sunshine

* The source of this week’s lyrical heading.

Too many flashing lights are passing by…

Fraserhead once again at the controls with tracks from the new MOTTE album bookmarking the show, a sneaky threesome from the mysterious KELVIN HURTS, more from THE RULING ELITE and SEASIDE x DHARMARAT (that’s them above), as well as lots of new shiz from NOVELLER, MONOGIRL, FELIX LEIFUR, YUNA LESCA, A BAND CALLED FLASH.

Direct download: The Joint – 18 February 2017

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • Motte – Give It To Me
  • Noveller – Deep Shelter
  • Mono Girl – Towers
  • Hidden Spheres – Beachy
  • Yuna Lesca – Salted Caramel
  • nthng – Galaxy
  • Kelvin Hurts – Bad Fortune
  • Kelvin Hurts – New Bomb
  • Kelvin Hurts – Dead Beach
  • A Band Called Flash – Phantom
  • Felix Leifur – Mine
  • Seaside x Dharma Rat – Hawkhurst Rd *
  • OceanView x Part-wun – Vineyard
  • Still Parade – Morning Light
  • Foxygen – Trauma
  • Sun Kil Moon – Seventies TV Show Theme Song
  • The Ruling Elite – Honest grave
  • Audiophysical – Petals
  • Potential Differense – Judge Dredd
  • Hove – Portes du Soleil
  • Grant – Vague Lines
  • Panthera Krause – Twerk It
  • L’usine – Just a Cloud (feat. Vilja Larjosto)
  • Motte – New Wanders

* The source of this week’s lyrical heading.

Like a two-edged sword, he touched you and it stabs me.

Wow. Those keytars just keep turning up. After getting a few Goldie Lookin Chain earworms recently I endeavoured to track down the source samples for their hits “Your Mother’s Got a Penis” and “Soapbar.” For that tenuous reason Greg Phillinganes and ‘Sweet’ Charles Sherrell appeared in the mix this week.

Direct download: The Joint – 17 December 2016

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • Justice – Close Call
  • Playgroup – Play The Music (Instrumental)
  • Supreems – Us Together
  • DJ Kush Boogie – Just U & Me
  • Lord Echo – Only You (feat. Toby Laing)
  • Max Graef – B E
  • Mexiko 68 – Tainted Love
  • ‘Sweet’ Charles Sherrell – Yes it’s you
  • Greg Phillinganes – Behind The Mask *
  • Newcleus – Computer Age (push the button)
  • Childish Gambino – Zombies
  • Closed Paradise – You
  • Yuna Lesca – ACIDLASERS (Break Version 2)
  • Headland – Gossipa
  • Mounty – Acid Runner
  • Laksa – Contrasts
  • Pris – Lust
  • SSTROM – Fyren
  • Rad Machine – High Tide
  • Dungen – Kalifen
  • Rackets – Lizard High
  • Islet – Final Drive
  • New Dawn – The Dying Light
  • Serafim Tsotsonis – A Ride With Suzie

* The source of this week’s lyrical heading. Originally written and performed by the legendary Yellow Magic Orchestra, and bizarrely covered by the legendary Eric Clapton.