Dean McPhee

#162 – Sugai Ken, The Bug, Slabdragger, Ajate

If you are a regular listener, you know what to expect. This week we have Japanese afrobeat, jungle, doom metal covers of Zappa, delicate guitar music, hefty grime, piano interpretations of video game music and experimental electronics. This week we’re also asking for your help

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Tracklisting
Sugai Ken – Doujiri (RVNG Intl., USA)
Ajate – Taiwasho (180g Records, France)
Slabdragger – Muffin Man (Holy Roar Records, UK)
Ice Cream Cult – Adin Don’t Cry (self-release, USA)
Dean McPhee – The Blood of St John (Hood Faire, UK)
The Bug – Bad (feat. Flowdan) (Ninja Tune, UK)
Tom Rogerson with Brian Eno – Idea of Order at Kyson Point (Dead Oceans, USA)
Billa Bronx – Body Politics (Astro Nautico, USA)
Dead Fader – FYI (JK Flesh Remix) (Parachute Records, Italy)
David Peacock – Spaceman the Vulnerable (Disasterpiece, USA)

#102 – Silver Apples, Swindle, Islam Chipsy, The Square

We may have missed a week, but we’re back with an exclusive first play of a track from the new Silver Apples record. We’ve also got new downbeat tracks from Dean McPhee and Meursault contrasted with Soviet-era disco, French experimental pop from Léonore Boulanger, and Islam Chipsy. Elsewhere we have more Lewisham grime from The Square, Brazilian flavours from Swindle, and the inimitable sounds of Islam Chipsy.

Tracklisting
Swindle – Connecta ft. Ricardo China (Butterz, UK)
Le Cercle Des Mallissimalistes – La Vierge Noire (Kythibong Records, France)
The Square – Defeat Us (No Hats No Hoods Records, UK)
Dean McPhee – The Blood of St John (Folklore Tapes, UK)
King Ayisoba – Africa (Sahelsounds, USA)
Silver Apples – The Edge of Wonder (ChickenCoop Recordings, USA)
Léonore Boulanger – Le Signal (Ana Ott, Germany)
Meursault – Untitled (self-release, UK)
Tatyana Kochergina – Igray, Skripka, Igray (DJ Scientist edit) (Excursions records, UK)
Islam Chipsy – Moulid Sharara (feat. Mido Mazurka) (100copies Music, Egypt)

#45 – L’Orchestre du Montplaisant, Ela Orleans, Islam Chipsy, Asher Senator

Gareth and Anthony are focused on brand new music this week, with nine of the ten tracks either new or unreleased. We have a track from the forthcoming Thee Oh Sees record as well as new ones from the Eccentronic Research Council, Ela Orleans, and Dean McPhee; brand new digidub from Asher Senator via German label Jahtari and Danish producers Maffi. We’ve also got a mind-melting live recording of the unimitable Islam Chipsy alongside a recording of The Wit and Wisdom of Nigel Farage.

Tracklisting
The Eccentronic Research Council – Loathsome Dave (self-release, UK)
Maffi & Asher Senator – Asher Senator (Jahtari, Germany)
L’Orchestre du Montplaisant – Chouchou Terie (Polychrome Sounds, UK)
Thee Oh Sees – Web (Castle Face Records, UK)
Dean McPhee – Smoke and Mirrors (Hood Faire, UK)
Ela Orleans – The Sky and the Ghost (HB Recordings, UK)
EEK feat. Islam Chipsy – Live At The Cairo High Cinema Institute (Excerpt) (self-release, Egypt)
Roots Manuva – Like a Drum (prod. by Machinedrum) (Big Dada Recordings, UK)
Good Throb – Acid House (SuperFi Records, UK)
Alcopop! Records – The Wit and Wisdom of Nigel Farage (Shikari Sound System remix) (Alcopop! Records, UK)