Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band

#57 – Wrongtom, Tom Furse, Mariem Hassan, Metropolitan Soul Museum

This week’s show includes brand new, forthcoming house music from Claude (AKA Fulgeance) and the as-yet unknown Metropolitan Soul Museum. There’s more band new music from the Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band, Spacehaul, Wrongtom, and Romperayo. Tom from the Horrors has a library collaboration that we feature a cut from, we also have ambient hiphop from Sela, Saharan sounds from Mariem Hassan Con Leyoad and some innovative synth sounds from Ghostwriters

Tracklisting
Claude – Rosé Glaçon (Musique Large, France)
Roger Roger – Poltergeist (Lo Recordings, UK)
Romperayo – Alegria por un Zumo de Naranja (Discrepant, UK)
Ghostwriters – Dance Of The Spirit Catchers (Zero records, USA)
Metropolitan Soul Museum – Ruff Trk 4 (Round’s Come Closer Remix) (MSM, UK)
Mariem Hassan Con Leyoad – Sahara Neb Gija
Wrongtom – In South London feat. Deemas J (Tru Thoughts, UK)
Spacehaul – Sapling (self-release, UK)
Sela – Heartbeat (ft. allie) (Flau, Japan)
Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band – Lam San Ra (Paradise Bangkok, Thailand)

#44 – Gazelle Twin, Nochexxx, Aby Ngana Diop, Bruce Lacey

Kicking off the show this week we’ve got Soviet-era vinyl breakbeat mashups, heartbreaking ballads and unidentifiable electronic music. Elsewhere in the hour we’ve got the latest from two regularly featured labels – Awesome Tapes From Africa and Rocket recordings – we’ve also got avant-garde oddness from Trunk records in the shape of Bruce Lacey, Blaxploitation Bollywood, a rare track from Crystal Mansion and a dub rework of the magnificent Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band.

Tracklisting
1.Imperialist Monsters – Fulgeance & DJ Scientist (First Word Records, UK)
2.Love and Mercy – Gazelle Twin (self-release, UK)
3.Stinson Fish – Nochexxx (Type Records, UK)
4.Electric Pony – Shit and Shine (Rocket Recordings, UK)
5.Dieuleul-Dieuleul – Aby Ngana Diop (Awesome Tapes from Africa, USA)
6.Boogie Man – Crystal Mansion (BBE Records, UK)
7.Music from Everybody’s Nobody (1960) (excerpt) – Bruce Lacey (Trunk Records, UK)
8.Roop Lor Pu Tai (Rootikal dub) – Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band (Paradise Bangkok, Thailand)
9.Chand Mera Dil – R.D. Burman (His Master’s Voice, India)
10.Jungle Magic – Benis Cletin (Sofrito, UK)