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Or contemplate a possibly unsuccessful suicide. I do I like that bridge though - it’s in my top 3 of Thames bridges
 

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Last night’s Stitch featuring some Greek pop and sound art, early Rio baile funk, accordions from Bogatà and Vienna, jazz-infused post rock, drill tales and a couple of Pearl Home records.

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Friday’s night’s ensemble features the sounds of bagpipes, drone violin, jazz guitar, folk guitar, synths, gqombass, strings, ravedrone, beats and snoring

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Last night’s show - where I played some of my 2021 favourite tracks/releases & reissues….so all sausage bangers…plus playing tribute to Sly & Robbie (RIP) to kick things off

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My favourite radio show of this year. Nice one @bun-u. I think you've played something by everyone I ever promoted a gig for (Dean blunt, Richard youngs, katz mulk, proc fiskal) and I've enjoyed every one of your shows
 

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Last night’s Crazy Stitch, the first of 2022, features some Neue Deutche Welle, some dubby stuff, a disgraced Pastor, pantheress dnb pop, early 70s Cov avant-pop, JA’s new wave and some woozy rap. Listen here


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Last night’s Stitch - with a roll call that goes something like…Amapiano, gabba, prog, sound art, principe discos, Indonesian metal, rap, drill, LA punk, French power pop, psych-pop, blues, prog, Ghanaian organ pop & Tuareg fusion
 

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This week’s show with Niger guitar, wu and skilli, Can-rock, Coryn=Rowzz, Pearl Home Pigments, football grime, Italian spiritual, proto drill and bass, Caledonian harmonium verse, assorted electronica, fey DC indie, NYC via Iranian jazz and grotesque park doings in Manc.

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