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#113 – Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, Thor & Friends, Mums, P Money

Fans of music of a more heavy persuasion will find lots to love this week. From the opening raucousness of Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, through to the explosive riffage of Switzerland’s Sudden Infant, there’s so much good noisy music. Fans of experimental electronics will get behind the latest from Berlin producer Don’t DJ through London’s Berceuse Heroique label. We’ve also got library music, grime tunes, cracking digital reggae and modern classical.

Tracklisting
Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs – Sweet Relief (Rocket Recordings, UK)
P Money – Panasonic (Rinse, UK)
Esben & the Witch – Marking the Heart of A Serpent (Season of Mist Records, UK)
Thor & Friends – The Crusades (LM Dupli-Cation, USA)
Mums – Since My Brain Reset (Superstar Destroyer Records, UK)
Don’t DJ – Fall (4 Interesting Music) (Berceuse Heroique, UK)
Cosmic Neighbourhood – Garden (Kit Records, UK)
Penny Goodwin – Too Soon You’re Old (Athens of the North, UK)
Sudden Infant – Tandori Chicken Scooter IV (Voodoo Rhythm Records, Switzerland)
Casio Love feat. the Bionic Singer – Hear Mi Name Call (Cubiculo Records, Portugal)

#94 – Field Day Festival Special

Field Day festival returns for its tenth birthday this year at Victoria Park in London. Gareth and Anthony run through ten of the artists they’re most excited about seeing, including some big hitters like Roots Manuva, The Avalanches, and Skepta, as well as some artists from elsewhere on the bill, including Ata Kat, The Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band, and Psychemagik

Tracklisting
Ata Kak – Obaa Sima (Awesome Tapes From Africa, USA)
The Avalanches – Frontier Psychiatrist (XL Recordings, UK)
Skepta – Man (Boy Better Know, UK)
The Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band – Sao Sakit Mae (Paradise Bangkok, Thailand)
Orchestra Baobab – Utrus Horas (World Circuit Records, UK)
Psychemagik – Mink & Shoes (self-release, UK)
Goat – I Sing in Silence (Rocket Recordings, UK)
Novelist & Mumdance – Take Time (Rinse Recordings, UK)
Moon Duo – Free the Skull (Sacred Bones Records, USA)
Roots Manuva – Hard Bastards (Big Dada Records, UK)

#39 – Mumdance, The Wharves, Damaged Bug, Gnod

A fascinating week of releases to bring the podcast back after a three year break, we’re opening with an astounding track from the new Bill Wells and Aidan Moffat LP and over the hour take in lost afrobeat, unreleased 60s soul, cellphone African rap and the new one from Thee Oh Sees’ John Dwyer. Music from across the globe and across genres, it’s a mind-blowing selection of tracks.

Tracklisting
1.Lock up your Lambs – Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat (Chemikal Underground, UK)
2.Topix – Unik Ubik (Love Mazout, Belgium)
3.The Mirror – Damaged Bug (Castle Face Records, USA)
4.Yere Yira – Papito ft Iba One (Sahel Sounds, USA)
5.Osaka Ranti – Orlando Julius and the Afro Sounders (Voodoo Funk, USA)
6.Oh love is teasing – Jean Ritchie
7.Take Time ft Novelist – Mumdance (Rinse, UK)
8.The World is Good – Gnod (God Unknown Records, UK)
9.Take me to your leader – The Sharpees (Secret Stash Records, USA)
10.Faultline – The Wharves (Gringo Records, UK)