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#288 – DUMA, Marie Davidson & L’Œil Nu, WaqWaq Kingdom, Luke Abbott, Boldy James & Sterling Toles

Japanese artists by way of Kampala, Tel Aviv, and Berlin dominate this week’s show, as DJ Die Soon produced the mesmerising Sekelembele release on Hakuna … Read more

#237 – Marie Davidson, Burial & The Bug, Not Waving & Mark Lanegan, Richard Dawson, Hyperstition Duo

This week we have fantastic new music from the peerless Marie Davidson and the unexpected (yet welcome) collaboration between Mark Lanegan and Not Waving. Elsewhere … Read more

Best of 2018

To close out 2018, here is our 3.5 hour best of 2018. The tracks from artists and releases we’ve loved through this fantastic year. In … Read more

#210 – Favourites of 2018 (not the best of 2018) – part two

We continue our journey through the exceptional music we’ve enjoyed this year with another batch of music that’s worth looking back on. From the brilliant … Read more

#203 – Meridian Brothers, Nazar, Marie Davidson, Lokier, Donny McCaslin

You don’t get many better hip wigglers than Colombia’s finest Meridian Brothers, whose latest slice of cumbian delightfulness gets us going this week. Elsewhere, Gareth … Read more

Interview with Ninja Tune and Coldcut’s Jon More

A little two hour bonus to see you through the weekend – Gareth’s conversation with Ninja Tune co-founder and one half of Coldcut Jon More. … Read more

#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 … Read more

#175 – Peggy Gou, Novelist, Ill, Bruxa Maria

In a week between trips, we cover off some stunning new music, including Korean, Berlin-based producer Peggy Gou’s new one for Ninja Tune, Lewisham grime … Read more

#168 – Best of 2017 (part three)

The final show of 2017 showcases just how fantastic the year has been for UK labels. Nine of the final ten tracks of our best … Read more

#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 … Read more