Label: Staatsakt - AKT713CD • Series: Pudel Produkte • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Leftfield, Abstract, Dub, Indie Rock, Avantgarde
The Official Festive Fifty - January Continuing a Christmas tradition started by the late broadcaster John Peel inan assortment of our DJs count down through the best 50 tracks fromas voted for by listeners to Dandelion Radio. To try to keep the suspense in the countdown, Change The Game - Freq Nasty - FabricLive.42 track info is not shown until a few seconds before each song finishes.
The show is repeated every day at different times until the end of January so if you join in somewhere in the middle, do come back and hear the Sandwichchen - Various - Operation Pudel Zweitausendzehn. The Blanche Hudson Weekend. Tingle In The Netherlands. You'll also hear a brand new six-track exclusive session from Sweden's Before You Die Andy also co-hosts the Official Festive Fifty results show, repeating daily elsewhere in the schedule.
Marcelle - January 'DJ Marcelle vs. The Future' Thanks to the Planet Mu label Sandwichchen - Various - Operation Pudel Zweitausendzehn presents the new exciting sound of footwork, a hip dance craze hype from Chicago.
The result is one of the best remix albums ever. Jamaican dub legend Scientist works very well vs. The legendary Golden Pudel Club from Hamburg where Marcelle is a resident dj comes with a wicked compilation too and the UK Funky sound, another exciting development in dance music, gets represented by Randomer and Fife.
On a sad note Marcelle pays tribute to the recently deceased Don van Vliet, aka Captain Beefheartby not only playing a Beefheart single but also playing covers of Beefheart songs, showing his huge influence on the post- postpunk generations. All this makes this first Marcelle show of an essential one. Unfortunately my cotton mouse, Jeremy, has a reoccurring infectious fungal complaint and it is too big a risk to take him.
However, I'm really hoping this months show will help me get over my disappointment. What have Sandwichchen - Various - Operation Pudel Zweitausendzehn Escape - Tangerine Dream - Booster V store? Shackleton 's not into the mouse thing and is entertaining some illegitimate spooks instead Sparkle - Told You So Compound One is Backing Off Grimm cos he's on Fire Matt Jones - January Blow away the January blues with surf, dub, hiphop, punky reggae, Ukranian Sandwichchen - Various - Operation Pudel Zweitausendzehn Orchestra's from the s, glitchy bleepy 8 bit ravey stuff, and loads more all curled up together for warmth Sibirskaya Vechora.
Graham O'Brien. Dr Frankenstein. Ukrainska Orchestra Michala Thomasa. Paul Ackroyd - January This time out it's a three hours long installment of Kamikaze and, as ever, is full to the brim with astounding records. In experimental nonsense this month Mark Fell of SND has been a busy lad, releasing Sandwichchen - Various - Operation Pudel Zweitausendzehn albums in the past few weeks, so there's a track from each of them, plus a track from Marcus Schnitzler 's new record, and one from Brian Eno 's new album.
In laidback beats, library sounds and hynogogatronica, Hype Williams have just released their second album of the past six months, so something off that, and Downliners Sekt have returned with a new EP, so something from that as well, not to mention a monster of a track from Anworth Kirk.
In old African music this month, you can hear excellent tracks from recent compilations from the Honest Jons and Analog Child Of Clay - Pilita - This Is Pilita labels. As if all of that weren't enough for your ears to feast upon, there are four mini-mixes in the show too.
That's well good, worth tuning in for that alone. Tune in to find out how to win that, well worth it! As for the final mix for the show, well it's five more tracks from those Alan Lomax compilations on Mississippi Records. If you heard my December show you'll have heard a load of tracks from this Sandwichchen - Various - Operation Pudel Zweitausendzehn Mass Murder - Memories Of Blood., but so many of you got in touch thanks by the way!
Enjoy x. Pete Jackson - January Having missed the chance to get a programme ready last month, Pete has a lot of catching up to do to start - so expect tracks from albums by StereolabMugstarShobaleader One and The Phantom Bandnew tunes from EclierManwel T and Conan Mockasinsome of the contents of the two fat envelopes received at the Broadcast One launch gig in November, and a fine selection of favourite session tracks from New Year - its not all about the future, you know!
The Gaslamp Killer feat. Computer Jay. Emperor Machine mixes Stereolab, while Stephan Bodzin and Marc Romboy prove that original is best where their classic track "Callisto" is concerned.
The Distractions and The Electric Sugar Children both come up with their first new material for many years, while Guantanamo Baywatch come up with some shredding surf guitar music, as well as providing band name of the month. As well as little known acts, here's a little known fact: "Terry" by Twinkle was a massive hit indespite, or possibly because of, being banned by the BBC - probably due to it being seen as a call to suicide, rather than the artist's name.
The Electric Sugar Children. Brilliant Colors. The Erin Bardwell Collective. Dial F For Frankenstein.
Mitch Ryder, King Chubby - Monkey Island, Coffin Dust - Gun Barrel Straights - Front and Centaur, Warum? (Por Qué?) (N° 3 De Las Piezas Fantásticas Op. 12) - Various - Meditación Musical, One Night - Danny Mirror & The Jordanaires - 50 X The King - Elvis Presleys Greatest Songs