#211 – favourites of 2018 (not the best of 2018) – part three

Our third part of our 2018 review has heavy rock railing against gentrification, North African-infused jazz, Chilean techno, Ugandan bass, Thai noise, and sea creature folktales.

Thank you for listening this year.

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Tracklisting
Anthroprophh – Housing Act 1980 (Rocket Recordings, UK)
Khalab – Cannavaro feat. Clap! Clap! (On the Corner, UK)
Emanative – Spice Roots feat. Nat Birchall (Jazzman Records, UK)
Ecko Bazz – Tuli Banyo (Hakuna Kulala, Uganda)
Rival Consoles – Dreamer’s Wake (Erased Tapes, UK)
Tomás Urquieta – La Sustancia de la Materia (Infinite Machine, Mexico)
Sealionwoman – Remain (Antigen Records, UK)
Hekla – Muddle (Phantom Limb, UK)
Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs –  Shockmaster (Rocket Recordings, UK)
Pisitakun – SOSLEEP03 (Chinabot, UK)

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2 comments on #211 – favourites of 2018 (not the best of 2018) – part three

  1. Martyn says:

    Hi A & G,
    I discovered your podcast via the write up on your 200th on the Quietus. I’ve been signed up since I listen to the that episode. It perfect. The range and variety of the music especially, but also your chat, info and the odd mangled pronounciation ;-). Such a great program.
    I’ve taken the bold step of listening to all the back episodes and thus far am up to number 90 (not that we mention the episode number). It’s interesting how the lines of experimentation have changed over the years (for example 8 bit sounds).
    Anyway, please please please keep up the great work.
    Can’t offer any of my own music (have no talent), but could I recommend Cardiacs. Album Sing to God

    1. gareth says:

      Thanks Martyn, that’s super kind of you to say. We’re sure the quality of the podcast recording has changed over the years too (the pronunciations will always stay mangled!). G

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