Ah yes ( thanks @sufi ) as well as Hamid Al Shaeri disco boogie, there’s Alpha Maid’s stuttering guitar, Yoshiaki Ochi’s aural dreams, Novelist’s religious paean, Nikki Nair’s acid squelch, DJ Mumu to Tuiuti’s bells and whistle baile funk, Olaf Moe’s Norwegian folk, Debit’s Mayan wind instruments, and Fritz Muller proto rave homage to oral sex
Last night’s show was recorded in Britain’s oldest hospital (founded 1123). It survived the Great Fire, the Blitz and (just about) this earth-shaking mix of disparate organs, surgically assembled by Dr DVD. View attachment 10461
Recording of last night’s show, which features Bubblegum jungle, early grime, Afghan folk, Ukrainian DIY, Sheffield industrial funk, Edinburgh electro, Ecuadorian cumbia, Safrican beats and Senegal cosmo
Here’s the stitch show from last night on Repeater - has some distinct segments: a kind of avant/experimental bit at the beginning; a rap/trap/drill phase; a part with retro-tinged uptempo dance; and a JA section towards the end. Also contains 70s minimalist rock, electronica, field recording, psychedelic soul and highlife. It’s fucking brilliant
Last night’s show - weirdly forgot to play flyer-star King Sunny Ade but slide guitar sounds were represented by SuperCheri and Grupo Génesis, there was also a couple of tracks by Dublin-surrealists Acid Granny, bits from Peru, Benin, Senegal and Brazil, Åland Islands, new Rick Ross and some proto-kwaito - it’s guaranteed to be more riveting than Craner’s bumhole
Last night’s show - kicks off with my April fools novelty record mash-up (needs a listen but perhaps only once) and goes into the usual array of stuff - with bits of ambient, prog/post-rock, Albanian and Madagascan vintage, grime, surreal Dublin, rap, jazz, R&B, vapourdave and electronica.
Last night’s broadcast …with bits from Spain, Slovakia, UK, Croatia, Jamaica, Korea, Greece, Brazil, Côte D’Ivoire, Japan, USA, South Africa and Canada - it has a lively first half and more mellow second. Failure to listen to it means you’ll only be good enough to play for Accrington Stanley. Some wonky mixing in there - which I make no apologies for
Last’s night Stitch (marking around 2 year doing this - bloody eck!) features a typical assemblage of collage, rap, dancehall, garage, angular pop, folk, r’n’b, cumbia, trap, post-punk, footwork and dissensuscore