Jay Glass Dubs

#247 – Bohren & der Club of Gore, Jay Glass Dubs, Keeley Forsyth, Scalping, Zonal & Moor Mother

A bit woozy this week after some blistering music on podcast #246. There are film noir vibes from Germany, rare Obokano music from Kenya, synthpop from Spain, roots reggae from a trio of legendary producers, and loads more.

Tracklisting
Scalping – Ruptured (Council Records, UK)
Crème de Hassan – Song of Dawn (Inversions, UK)
Keeley Forsyth – Debris (The Leaf Label, UK)
BBC (Dennis Bovell, Jimmy Brown & Steve Cobby) – Quality Weed (Déclassé Records, UK)
Grandmaster Masese – Orogena Rwa Baba (Dagoretti Records, USA)
Myōboku – Cosaguapa (Foehn Records, Spain)
Bohren & der Club of Gore – Sollen es doch Alle wissen (PIAS, UK)
Jay Glass Dubs – An Ambivalent Path (Berceuse Heroique, UK)
ZONAL – In A Cage (feat. Moor Mother) (Relapse Records, USA)
Danny T & Tradesman – Crazy ft Warrior Queen (Samurai Breaks Remix) (Scotch Bonnet, UK)

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#188 – Pram, Flowdan, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, Modeselektor

A real pick n mixture for podcast 188. Metal from KEN Mode, new material from rock heroes Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, grime from Skeng legend Flowdan, and dubs, abstract electronics, the long-awaited return of Pram and loads more.

Tracklisting
KEN Mode – Feathers & Lips (Seasons of Mist, France)
Jay Glass Dubs – The Safest Dub (Berceuse Heroique, France)
Modeselektor – Kalif Storch (Ninja Tune, UK / Monkeytown Records, Germany)
John Bence – Kill (Grooming Records, UK)
Pram – Shimmer and Disappear (Domino Record Co., UK)
Flowdan – Bodybag (Tru Thoughts, UK)
Bad Tracking – Clanger (FuckPunk, UK)
Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs – Cake of Light (Rocket Recordings, UK)
Butsenzeller – Half A Century (Jezus Factory Records, UK)
Veins Full of Static – Any of Us (Disintegration State, UK)

#170 – Venetian Snares, Solo Banton, Chris Carter, Leslie Winer and Jay Glass Dubs

Old favourites and some new ones this week as Canadian breakcore stalwart Venetian Snares returns with a new record of glitchy beats and elongated track titles. We also have a debut release from Paper Dollhouse and the latest in the monthly series from Moscow avantgarde quintet Сольвычегодск

Tracklisting
Warmduscher – Big Wilma (The Leaf Label, UK)
Chris Carter – Blissters (Mute Records, UK)
Solo Banton – Super Lyrics (Reality Shock Records, UK)
Paper Dollhouse – Haze (MoonDome, UK)
Сольвычегодск – Ко мне (self-release, Russia)
UUUU – Verlagerung, Verlagerung, Verlagerung (Editions Mego, Austria)
Leslie Winer and Jay Glass Dubs – Woodshedded (Bokeh Versions, UK)
Golden Retriever – Thread of Light (Thrill Jockey, USA)
Bisk – Neo-noir (self-release, UK)
Venetian Snares – The Shriek She Made When She Died Was Erased By The Sound of Lightning (Mute Song, UK)

#164 – Bjork, Equiknoxx, TOKiMONSTA, Euros Childs

Delicate, brilliant electronics dominate this week’s podcast, from downtempo brilliance of TOKiMONSTA through to dancehall dub forward-thinking purveyors Equiknoxx we have a lot of spectacular sounds. There are new tunes from Bjork and Euros Childs, as well as hefty rock from Godflesh, jazz breaks from Hello Skinny and loads of great new independent music

Tracklisting
Hello Skinny – Mr. P.Z. (Brownswood Recordings, UK)
Equiknoxx – Kareece Put Some Thread in a Zip Lock (DDS Records, UK)
Godflesh – Post Self (Avalanche Recordings, UK)
Euros Childs – My Colander (National Elf, UK)
Bjork – Blissing Me (One Little Indian, UK)
Black Zone Myth Chant – Their Love for You (Editions Gravats, France)
URUK – I Leave a Silver Trail Through Blackness (Consouling Sounds, Belgium)
Jay Glass Dubs – Magazine Dub (Ecstatic, UK)
TOKiMONSTA – Bibimbap (Young Art Records, USA)
Sačquiel Måtaton – Zeboul (Shimmering Moods Records, Netherlands)

#128 – Danny T & Tradesman, The Comet is Coming, Jay Glass Dubs, Part Chimp

Why does Gareth drink skimmed milk? Only the most pertinent questions are getting answered on this week’s show. Fortunately we’ve managed to squeeze in the usual ten tracks of brand new independent goodness, including digidub from Leeds, three different French labels producing exceptional electronic music, UK grown electronics from Not Waving, heavy dubs and a new record from The Comet is Coming

Tracklisting
Danny T & Tradesman feat Sir Wilson – Bring it Come (Pure Niceness Records, France)
Matt Jencik – Relaxers (Hands in the Dark Records, France)
Ill Camille – Home feat. Damani Nkosi (Jakarta Records, Germany)
Part Chimp – Namekuji (Rock Action Records, UK)
Scorpion Violente – The Knife (Bruit Direct Disques, France)
Not Waving – Too Many Freaks (Ecstatic Recordings, UK)
Room Thirteen – Crushed Velour (Elestial Sound, USA)
The Comet is Coming – March of the Rising Sun (The Leaf Label, UK)
Jay Glass Dubs – Dislocated Dub (The Tapeworm, UK)
Rouicha Mohamed – Instrumental Musical Masterpieces (Moroccan Tape Stash)

#114 – Throwing Snow, Clipping, Jay Glass Dubs, Thought Forms

After heavy rock of last week, this week sees more in the way of electronic music. All kicking off with the exceptional sounds of Jay Glass Dubs – one of the leaders of the current crop of exciting experimental dancehall artists doing the rounds. Elsewhere, there’s a new record to raise money for nightclub Fabric’s legal battle here in the UK, the latest compilation of Gqom music from South Africa, and loads more.

Tracklisting
Jay Glass Dubs – Versatile Dub (Bokeh Versions, UK)
Dieuf-Dieul de Thiès – Am Sa Waye (Teranga Beat, Senegal)
Throwing Snow – One for the Booth (Houndstooth, UK)
Thought Forms – Woolf Music (Invada Records, UK)
Dominowe – Darbuka Tribe (Tribe Dance) (Gqom Oh!, South Africa)
Clipping – Air ‘Em Out (Sub Pop Records, USA)
Tall Black Guy – One Device, One Method, One Thing (First Word, UK)
Kuparilinna – Tuulee (Palatsi, Finland)
Filter Dread – Dream Data (Fresh 86, UK)
Gaika and Babyfather – Shredder (HackneyvsBrixton, UK)

#87 – Fumaça Preta, Hey Colossus, Orchestra of Spheres, Tim Hecker

An exclusive first play of a new Hey Colossus track is just one highlight in this week’s podcast. There are absolute storming tracks from the ever reliable crate diggers at Finders Keepers Records and Africa Seven, we also have new tracks from the legendary alto saxophonist Idris Ackamoor & the Pyramids, New Zealand jazz rockists Orchestra of Spheres, podcast favourites Fumaça Preta, Tim Hecker, and The Dwarfs of East Agouza

Tracklisting
Fumaça Preta – Decimo Andar (Soundway, UK)
The Dwarfs of East Agouza – Baka of the Future
 (Nawa Recordings, UK)
Orchestra Of Spheres – Trapdoors (Fire Records, UK)
Jay Glass Dubs – Glacial Dancehall Side B
 (Bokeh Versions, UK)
M’Bamina – Djambo (Salut a l’Afrique)
 (Africa Seven, UK)
IMARHAN – Tahabort
 (City Slang, USA)
Bixio, Frizzi, Tempera – Escape
 (Finders Keepers, UK)
Hey Colossus – All Humans are Losing Control (self-release, UK)
Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids – Rhapsody in Berlin
 (Strut Records, Germany)
Tim Hecker – Black Phase (4AD, UK)