Friday 16 October 2009


For my last ever show, I decided I would not restrict myself to any particular genre, but rather play all of my favourite ever songs! Alright, of course I couldn't fit all of my favourite songs into two hours, but I definitely gave quite a thick cross-section of my musical passions, as I felt I have done over my 34 shows!

In these 34 shows, I calculated I have:

  • Played about 555 songs,
  • from about 555 different artists
  • from roughly 42 specified genres
  • with 46 special guests co-hosting
  • spending over 40 hours 7 metres undergound.
Please Enjoy:


1. UNKLE - The Knock On Effect (Noel Gallagher Remix) [Toy's Factory]
2. DJ Shadow - Building Steam With a Grain of Salt [Mo'Wax]
3. Blackalicious - A to G [Mo'Wax]
4. Souls of Mischief - '93 'til Infinity
5. Handsome Boy Modelling School - Holy Calamity
6. Gorillaz - Rock the House
7. Madvillain - America's Most Blunted (feat. Quasimoto) [Stone's Throw]
8. J Dilla - Time, the Donut of the Heart
9. Buck 65 - 50 Gallon Drum
10. Burial - Prayer
11. Fatboy Slim - Right Here, Right Now
12. Moby - Down Slow


1. Air - La Femme D'argent
2. Venetian Snares - Fluff Master
3. AFX - .210561
4. Ivor Cutler - Barabadabada
5. Bob Log III - Boob Scotch
6. m. craft - Dragonfly
7. Hope of the States - The Black Amnesias
8. The Rapture - House of Jealous Lovers
9. Tom Vek - Things are here to stay
10. Art Brut - Bad Weekend
11. Billy Talent - Cut the Curtains
12. Be Your Own Pet - Damn Damn Leash (Live)
13. Eels - Susan's House
14. Modest Mouse - Cowboy Dan

See you A-round,


Sunday 7 June 2009



I have especially cut it into bite-size 1 hour segments to be ingested as you please.


Clean Bandit feat. Ssegamic Showcase

Clean Bandit - Don't Get Pimped
Clean Bandit - You're Not
Clean Bandit - The Ends (feat. LIVE Freestyle)

James Keay - Classical and Blues Showcase

Ruth Crawford-Seeger - Extract from a Suite for a String Quartet
The Gospel Ship - Baptist Hymn (recorded by John and Alan Lomax)
Geechie Wiley - Last Kind Word Blues
Blind Willie McTell & Ruby Glaze - Lonesome Day Blues
Blind Willy McTell - ?
Bob Dylan - My Back Pages

Tom McEvoy - Rock Showcase

Detroit Social CLub - Sunshine People
The Ronettes - Frosty the Snowman
The Fall - Victoria
Shack - Pull Together
Nick Lowe - So it Goes


Naveed Kayaam & Zam Thahir & Charlotte Dias - Sri Lankan Musical Showcase

The Gypsies - Lunu Dehi
Chitral Somapala - Nadee Ganga Tharanaye
The Gypsies - Uncle Johnson
Hollow - Sweet Betrayal

Joe Halligan - Dub / Hip Hop / Grime

Suga Minott - My Love is True
Common - The Light (Kero One Remix)
Grand Puba - I Like It
Devilman Freestyle
Dinah Washington - I didn't know about it
Metronomy - Thing For You (Breakbot Miami Mix)

Noa Corcoran-Tadd - Layered Mashup-Soundscape

Brian Eno ‘Dunwich Beach, 1960’ (1982)
Vangelis ‘Tears in Rain’ (1982)
Breakdance Megamix (1983)
Britney Spears ‘On My Radar (Pink Delorean mix)’ (2008)
DJ Spooky vs. Scanner ‘Uncanny’ (1999)
Boards of Canada ‘The Devil is in the Details’ (2002)
The Moglass ‘Timebased’ (2000)
Angelo Badalmanti ‘Twin Peaks Theme’ (1990)
Material ‘E Pluribus Unum’ (1991)
London Posse ‘Money Mad’ (1991)
Wilco ‘Ashes of American Flags’ (2001)
Kidsok Nuit ‘Melancholy Present (Butterfri mix)’ (2005)
Nicola Conte ‘Kind of Sunshine’ (2007)
TrackNField ‘Marathon’ (2006)
Thom Yorke ‘Harrowdown (Logic Jump mix)’ (2008)
Bedrock Trio ‘Murray’ (2004)


Laura Andrews - Bermudian Cultural Showcase

Hubert Smith - Bermuda is Another World
The Talbot Brothers - Atomic Nightmare
Collie Budz - Come Around
Uzimon - Nasty Foot Gal

Paul Masson - Techno Set

Dominik Eulberg - Sensula
Bluetech - ?
Paul Masson - Bad Sweet Man
Paul Masson - Pictures (WORLD EXCLUSIVE)

Denis Kolesnikov - Broken Beat Showcase

NSM - The Hype
Benny Sings - New Bed (4 Hero Twisted Remix)
Bugz in the Attic - Don't Stop The Music (IG Culture's Co-op Refit)
IG Culture - B Free
Tribe - Livin' in a New Day (C2 Remix)

The Staircase Band - LIVE Performance

The Staircase Band - No Smoking
The Staircase Band - Down by the Harbour
The Staircase Band - Chicken Soup

Lewis Hadler - LIVE Electronic Performance

Lewis Hadler - Untitled
Lewis Hadler - Untitled 8bit Track
Lewis Hadler - Untitled
Lewis Hadler - (WORLD EXCLUSIVE)

Andrew Spyrou - Mo'Wax Retrospective Set

DJ Shadow - High Noon (Intro) [MW063]
DJ Shadow - In/Flux [MW014]
Tortoise - The Source of Uncertainty [MW061]
Luke Vibert - Sharp A2 [MW062]

MY GRANNY'S 1950s 7"s SHOW

Unfortunately the server exploded or something, but this was a great show.
My Granny even phoned into the studio and introduced some songs on air!

I might get the tracklisting up at some point anyway.

Wednesday 29 April 2009


OK, so basically I found loads of my old Minidiscs™ over the holidays, and I listened to all of them all the way through. LOVELY STUFF on them! So for this show, I took a sample of the VERY BEST of my Minidisc™ recordings from about the years 1998-2002 and played them direct and upfront for you! Hope you enjoy this BLAST FROM THE PAST.

You can DOWNLOAD the ting here: MINIDISC SHOW
(21st April 2009)
or EVEN stream it up right here yo:

The little machine churned out the following:
1. The Wiseguys - Ooh La La
2. Mr. Oizo - Flat Beat
3. Wildchild - Renegade Master (Norman Cook Remix)
4. Fatboy Slim - Praise You (RARE Original Version)
5. Sisquo - T#ong Song (Artful Dodger Remix feat. MC Neat)
6. Limp Bizkit - M:I2 Theme
7. Bomfunk MCs - Freestyler
8. The Baha Men - Who Let the Dogs Out?
9. Nelly - Country Grammar
10. Outkast - So Fresh, So Clean
11. Jay-Z - A Hard Knock Life
12. D12 - Purple Hills
13. Wheatus - Wannabe Gangster
14. Tatu - All the Things She Said


Wednesday 11 March 2009


Since I had recently acquired plenty of fantastic soon-to-be-released music, I decided to broadcast it to the world. Somehow I managed to find a link between each song, so that tied the whole show together! Check it out for some very very fresh and great music.

You can of course download it here: CONNECTIONS SHOW (11th March 2009)
or do an aboutturn stream there:

1. Röyksopp - Vision One
2. Stress (Maurice Fulton) - Hello from Bergen
3. The Juan Maclean - Tonight
4. Martyn - Vancouver
5. Flying Lotus - Secrets (Soundmurderer Refix)
6. Prefuse 73 - DEC. Machine Funk All ERA's
7. School of Seven Bells - Half Asleep
8. Bat For Lashes - Glass
9. Swan Lake - Peace
10. Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Skeletons
___News Clip___
11. Moderat - Rusty Nails


Thursday 5 March 2009


This was a very special show for me. My uncle Theodore - the one person who knows the most about music that I know - came on the show and, without telling me beforehand what he was going to play, played a selection of fanastic songs from his huge record collection.
Check out his record label, Tonguemaster Records HERE.
You should DEFINITELY download this show: MAGIC UNCLE MYSTERIES (3rd March 2009)
or if you prefer to stream it, do that here:

The Beautiful Music
1. Elton John - Come Down In Time
2. Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention - The Orange County Lumber Truck
3. The Raincoats - Fairytale In Supermarket
4. Last Drive - Every Night
5. Big Dipper - Humason
6. Mark Mulcahy - We're Not In Charleston Anymore
7. American Music Club - Nightwatchman
8. Sonic Youth - Stereo Sanctity
9. Stereolab - Doubt
10. Mazzy Star - Be My Angel
11. Tindersticks - Waiting For The Moon
12. The Scene Is Now - Maddy Sloane


Friday 27 February 2009


Unlike usual, I decided not to talk much about the music at all, and decided not to be confined by too specific a genre, so, joined by my good friend Tom Millar, I played some fantastic Jazz.

You can dazzlazz it here: JAZZ SHOW (24th February 2009)
or perhaps you may prefer to just lisTEN to it here:

We played these:
1. Steve Coleman & the Five Elements - Dropkick
2. Charles Mingus - Moanin'
3. Avishai Cohen Trio - Eleven Wives
4. Miles Davis - Fall
5. Maria Schneider - Wyrgly
6. John Coltrane - Blue Train
7. Sonny Rollins - Alfie
8. Dizzy Gillespie - Take the 'A' Train
9. Dizzy Gillespie - Summertime
10. Art Ensemble of Chicago - Theme de Yoyo
11. John Taylor - In Cologne
12. Abdullah Ibrahim - The Mountain


Tuesday 17 February 2009



My friend and artist DAVID SHILLINGLAW came up from London to take part in this show in which we discussed ART today and MUSICAL and ARTISTIC inspirations for his FANTASTIC work.

We aimed to try and promote audience interaction, so David created a page HERE from which you can follow VISUALLY various elements which we discussed.
It was actually rather exciting!

Jackson Pollock that: ART SHOW (17th February 2009)
or even Damien Hirst if you please here:

Thursday 12 February 2009


For this special metamorphic show, with the generous help of a couple of friends, I transformed CUR1350 into a Pirate Broadcasting Station, complete with White Labels, Dubplates, Air Horns, Gun Shots, an ACTUAL MC, a Frankly rather Sick DJ, inaccurate Mic-Levelling and YouTube mixes. Twas quite an atmosphere down there! Definitely give it a listen!

Stream from Trellik Tower Aerial HERE:

Download from World's End Estate here: UK GARAGE SHOW (10th February 2009)

1. Artful Dodger (feat. Craig David) - Re-rewind
2. Dem 2 - Destiny (New Horizons Mix)
3. Genius Cru - Boom Selection (Original Vox)
4. Oxide & Neutrino - Bound 4 Da Reload
5. DJ Luck & MC Neat - Master Blaster 2000 (Oracles Mix)
6. DJ Luck & MC Neat - A Little Bit of Luck
7. Mo' Fire Crew - Oi
8. Skepta ft. Flowdan - 21 Seconds Remix
9. Sunship - Cheque One-Two (Rockers Dub)
10. Shanks & Bigfoot - Sweet Like Chocolate
11. Mis-Teeq - Scandalous
12. Frisco ft. Macksta - Raising Levels
13. Sway ft. $tush - F UR X (Original Mix)
14. Danny Weed - Creeper Hoe
15. Dizzee Rastaclut - I Luv U
16. Bigfoot - Stomp V.I.P
17. DJ Mondie - Straight War Gangster
18. Danny Weed - Salt Beef
19. Jammer & Lewi White ft. Riko - Dem Gal
20. DJ Mondie - Pull Up Dat
21. Heartless Crew ft. Shizzle - Unknown
22. Hitty ft. K.I.G. - Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes
23. Roska - What's In Your Handbag
24. Twisted & Redemption - Il Dire (Mac Koall Remix)
25. So Solid Crew - 21 Seconds

Thursday 5 February 2009


I always try to sneak some sort of "ambient"-inspired track into a show, so I thought it about time I did a whole ambient show. I tried to keep the whole deal very chill, and I don't believe there is a moment during this show where music isn't playing. I also performed a short exclusive ambient live set, in between the fantastic music!

You can chong here: Ambient Show (4th February 2009)
or straight up here:

1. Philip Jeck - Unveiled
2. Fennesz - Perfume For Winter
3. The Fun Years - My Lowville
4. Biosphere - Som Evige Stjerner
5. Aphex Twin - Grey Stripe
6. Xela - Japanese Whispers
7. Boards of Canada - M9
8. Monolake - Atomium
9. Murcof - Cosmos I
10. Stars of the Lid - Broken Harbors, Part 2
11. Dual Echelon - Output Emotion
12. Ø - Eetteri
13. AtomTM - Interferenz 1
14. Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto - Logic Moon


Wednesday 28 January 2009


Having played a lot of "Avant-Garde" music on my shows, I decided to do a show which explored the origins of some of these sounds. So, with my good friend Alex, I played some fantastic music from the era when the Avant-Garde started to become "popular".

Download it here: Innovators of the Popular Avant-Garde (27th January 2009)
or even just listen to it "straight out" here:

1. The Velvet Underground - Venus in Furs
2. David Bowie - It's No Game
3. Roxy Music - Editions of You
4. Soft Machine - Hope For Happiness
5. CAN - Mushroom
6. H. P. Lovecraft - Electrallentado
7. John Cale - Heartbreak Hotel
8. Pere Ubu - Laughing
9. Scott Walker - Farmer in the City
10. Bjork - Where is the Line


Wednesday 21 January 2009


To welcome in the new year I thought it appropriate to play some brand new music, some music that I discovered over the Christmas break, as well as some forthcoming releases. Being the first show for a while which I conducted on my own, without being bound by any particular genre, I thoroughly enjoyed doing it and being back in the studio, playing some fantastic music.

Experience the cutting edge by downloading here: NEW YEAR SHOW (20th January 2009)
or EVEN stream here, but be careful, it's sharp.

1. Paavoharju – Kevatrumpu
2. Animal Collective – My Girls
3. Fever Ray – Conrete Walls
4. Anthony & the Johnsons – Aeon
5. The Prodigy – Omen
6. Squarepusher – Arterial Fantasy
7. Shed – Flat Axe
8. Barack Hussein Obama – Yes We Can
9. The Gullivers – Ambulance
10. MF Doom – Ballskin
11. Madlib (The Beat Konducta) – The Paycheck (Gotta)
12. Dr Who Dat? – Ghetto Dreaming
13. Telefon Tel Aviv – The Birds
14. The Cinematic Orchestra - Exodus


Monday 5 January 2009


Pretty much every week that I was at Cambridge this year I wrote at least one music review and broadcast a radio show which meant that I was fortunate enough to listen to a lot of good music.
Not quite managing the 400 that I listened to last year (most of which must have been listened to during my Gap Year), I still managed to listen to over 200 albums, I guess around an album every other day, and so I came across some great music.
While perhaps there were less stand-out albums than 2007, this year was still a fantastic year for music overall.
Also, the fact that I was at University gave my associative memory less of a chance to link music with places, since I think the majority of music was listened to in my room.
Anyway, here they are:


1. Hercules & Love Affair - Hercules & Love Affair
2. Flying Lotus - Los Angeles
3. Mamma Mia! – The Official Movie Soundtrack
4. Beck – Modern Guilt
5. Yeasayer - All Hour Cymbals
6. Born Ruffians - Red Yellow and Blue



2562 – Aerial
Alva Noto – Unitxt
Byetone - Death of a Typographer
Cat Power – Jukebox
Clark - Turning Dragon
Death Cab For Cutie – Narrow Stairs
Fleet Foxes – Fleet Foxes
Fuck Buttons - Street Horrrsing
Hot Chip – Made in the Dark
Ital Tek – Cyclical
Paavoharju - Laulu Laakson Kukista
Portico Quartet - Knee-Deep In The North Sea
Shackleton & Appleblim – Soundboy’s Gravestone Get Desacrated by Vandals
Shed - Shedding the Past
Sunken Foal - Fallen Arches
Syclops - I've Got My Eye On You
Tindersticks - The Hungry Saw
TV on the Radio – Dear Science,
Wolf Parade - At Mount Zoomer
Zomby - Where Were U in ‘92


Alexis Taylor – Rubbed Out
Dungen – 4
Esbjörn Svensson Trio – Leucocyte
Four Tet – Ringer
Free Blood – The Singles
Fucked Up - The Chemistry of Common Life
Gang Gang Dance - Saint Dymphna
Johann Johannsson – Fordlandia
The Kills - Midnight Boom
Madlib - WLIB AM: King Of The Wigflip
Monkey - Journey to the West
The Mountain Goats - Heretic Pride
Neon Neon - Stainless Style
Pole – Steingarten
The Shortwave Set - Replica Sun Machine
Squarepusher – Just a Souvenir
Tape – Luminarium
The Very Best mixxxxtape
Why? – Alopecia
Xiu Xiu – Women as Lovers

I think anyone would be pleased on checking any of those albums out!


Animal Collective - Water Curses EP
Bar 9 – Malicious Tactics/Midnight 12” (AF008)
Bar 9 - Murda Sound / Untitled Symphony (ZAUDIO006)
Fleet Foxes – Sun Giant EP
Flying Lotus – 2X3 EP
Quarta 330 / Cardopusher - Split 12” (HDB017)
The Juan Maclean – Happy House
Zomby – 12” (HDB009)
Zomby – The Lie 12” (RAMP015)

Most Over-hyped/Over-rated albums

Bon Iver – For Emma, Forever Ago
The Bug – London Zoo
Benga – Diary of an Afro Warrior

And I think I have found my favourite album of 2009 already too:
Animal Collective - Merriweather Post Pavillion

I hope you listen to some great things in the new year, and do let me know if you think I left anything out or if you also listened to some great music that I didn't!

Wednesday 10 December 2008


For this extremely special show, Subterranean Trawler broke even more boundaries (and rules!) and had part of the Trinity College Choir in the tiny studio! In all there was 8 of us down there, and so whenever I was not playing my favourite songs of the year, 7 carol-singers were a-singing, just for you!

You can by all means Jingle all the way right here: CHRISTMAS SHOW (2nd December 2008)
or even have a party popper and glittery streamer here:

Just for you I played these:
1. The Very Best – Hide and Seek
2. Wolf Parade – Call it a Ritual
*Trinity College Carol Singers - In the Bleak Midwinter*
3. Syclops – The Fly
4. The Kills – Black Balloon
*Trinity College Singers – I Will Follow Him (Sister Act)*
5. The Shortwave Set – No Social
6. Born Ruffians – Foxes Mate For Life
7. Beck – Modern Guilt
8. Why? – These New Presidents
9. Flying Lotus – Rickshaw
10. Portico Quartet – Cittàgazze
* Trinity College Carol Singers – Oh Little Town of Bethlehem*
11. Sunken Foal – Cash Poor
*I then proceed to list of some of my favourite albums of the year*

I do hope you all have a Very Merry Christmas and that you have listened to some great music this year!

Monday 1 December 2008


So for this show, I conscripted Bass enthusiasts Tom and Rob - aka The Sonic Assault DJs, to provide a few songs that would blow your speakers alongside my BASS-HEAVY SELECTIONS. We were concerned the extensive amounts of Bass would destroy the optical cables transferring the show from the studio, but we seemed to get away clean. But to be sure, tweak your subwoofer before listening to enjoy the MAXIMUM BASS of the LARGE tunes involved on the show.
You can download it right about here: BASS SHOW (25th November 2008)
or listen to the bad ones righty then:

Those ones were:
1. Skream – Filth
2. Skream – Simple City
3. Rusko – Jahova
4. Sander van Doorn – Riff
5. Kid Cudie – Day ‘n’ Night (Crookers Remix)
6. Zomby – Euphoria
7. Dungen - Mina Damer Och Fasaner
8. Noisia – Crank
9. Chase & Status – Running
10. Prodigy – Charly (Trip into Drum & Bass version)
11. Digital Mystikz – Earth a Run Red
12. Byetone – Plastic Star
13. Nero – This Way
14. Squarepusher – The Modern Bass Guitar
15. Roxy vs El-B - 2 Bad
16. Mr Scruff – Bass Baby

and they were pretty good I would say.

Friday 21 November 2008


It was definitely about time to branch out to a genre of music that I really knew very very little about, and that I often found hard to listen to. With few preconceptions, (as always) I carried out a significant amount of research(!) into Metal in general, and after listening to a fair amount of stuff, and after doing this show with my friend Tim who brought in some excellent songs to the studio, I have started to take a serious liking to the genre.

SO I suggest that you check out the show, because maybe you will experience a similar enlightening: Download the METAL SHOW (18th November 2008)
or liSTAN here:

The SHONGS were these ones:
1. Bohren & Club de Gore – Midnight Black Earth
2. The Melvins – Skeeter
3. Boris – My Neighbour Satan
4. Gorgoroth – Huldrelokk
5. Burzum – Dunkelheit
6. Mayhem – Bloodswords
7. Napalm Death – Siege of Power
8. Jesu – Old Year
9. Rollo Tomassi – I Love Turbulence
10.Down I Go – King Leopold II
11. Lurker of Chalice – Paramnesia
12. SunnO))) – It Took The Night To Believe


Friday 14 November 2008


Since it was the 11th of November, Remembrance day, remembering all those who died in the Wars, 90 years after the signing of the Armistice of The Great War, and ESPECIALLY since the show was at 11:00pm, (making the time and date, 11pm on the 11th of the 11th!) I decided to do a show where I played songs that the soldiers would have been listening during the wars.
It was very interesting to research; I even discovered (and played) some recordings of songs that the soldiers sung while marching and in the trenches.
My good friends Liv and Katherine joined in with the song selection, and provided some very interesting War-time anecdotes!

To listen to this unique, one-off, exclusive show, DO download the REMEMBRANCE DAY SHOW here (11th November 2008)
or listen to it nichely here, KEEPING CALM:

The songs, recordings and poems that you can hear on the show WERE:
1. The Andrews Sisters – Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (1941)
2. Oh It’s a Lovely War (1918)
3. Are We Downhearted (1917)
4. Take Me Back to Dear Old Blighty (1916)
5. Vera Lynn - We’ll Meet Again (1939)
6. Les Brown and his Orchestra & Doris Day – Sentimental Journey (1944)
7. Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra - (There’ll Be Bluebirds Over) The White Cliffs of Dover (1941)
8. Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra – There! I Said it Again
9. Gracie Fields – Stop and Shop at the Co-Op Shop (1939)
10. The Merry Macs– Mairzy Dots (1944) [with hidden messages in the lyrics!]
11. Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – C-Jam Blues (1942)
12. Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters – Is You Is or Is You Ain’t My Baby? (1944)
13. Bud Flanagan – Who Do You Think You Are Kidding Mr. Hitler? (D&B Remix!)
14. Vera Lynn – Wish Me Luck As You Wave Me Goodbye
15. POEM: Siegfried Sassoon – The Hero


Thursday 6 November 2008


It being Guy Fawke's night in about 22hours time after this show, I thought it the perfect opportunity to play some of my favourite explosive tunes, since I have so many, and they always tell me that they should be unleashed to the world. I also got my friend Rhodri, who is also very experienced in the world of explosion-music, to assist me in the track selection.

If you would care to experience the controlled explosion in the form of a download, please click here: EXPLOSIVE BEATS SHOW (4th November 2008)
or if you would prefer to simply listen to it, without risk of meltdown on your computer, do that therrr:

You can read that tracklisting here:
1. Explosions in the Sky – Six Days at the Bottom of the Ocean
2. Bogdan Raczynski – Pouch Fulla Seed
3. Milanese – Magical Flying Hat
4. Venetian Snares – Hand Throw
5. Ebola – Painkillers (Enduser Remix)
6. LV – Dream Cargo
7. Appleblim – Fear
8. Metric – Empty
9. LFO – Freak
10. Pivot – Didn’t I Furious
11. Melt Banana – Introduction For Charlie
12. Amen Andrews vs Spac Hand Luke – 1 Shot Killer Pussy
13. Squarepusher – Anstromm Feck-4

Let me know the results of any experiences.


I had been to India over the Summer holidays and had picked up a bunch of music that I really wanted to play. I thought it would be appropriate to have this show on Diwali, the Festival of Light, celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs, Buddists and Jains all over the world. My friend Dinesh, who speaks Hindi, was a guest on the show, and provided an excellent selection of tracks, and little explanations of all of them too!

You can download it to accompany your Yoga practice, or simply as a soundtrack to your reading of the Vedas right here: INDIAN SHOW (28th October 2008)
or even listen to it herio:

1. Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Mahalaxmi Iyer- Bol na halke halke (from the film Jhoom Barabar Jhoom)
2. Udit Narayan – Pehla Nesha (from Jo Jeeta Woh Sikandar)
3. Kunal Ganjawala - Bheege Hoth Tere (from Murder)
4. Rashid Ali - Kabhi Kabhi Aditi Zindagi (from Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na)
5. Soham - In Dino (from Life in a Metro)
6. Harbhajan Talwar - Chit Karda
7. Dhol Foundation – Drummer’s Reel
8. DJ Shadow & Dan the Automator - Inspector Jay from Dehli
9. Mithoon, Hamza Faruqui, Kshitij - Ke Bin Tere Jeena nehi (from Aggar)
10. Ravi Shankar – Raga Bahar
11. Prem Joshus & Manish Viyas
12. Kumar Sanu - Hum yaha Tum waha (from Zakhm)

Check you.

Tuesday 28 October 2008


It being Black History Month this October, and because I had never done a show based on African, Shabban, Dub or even Reggae music, I thought it was a good opportunity to do one. So I did.
I had two lovely presenters STRAIGHT OUTTA UGANDA to help me along and educate me AND YOU about bits and bobs of AFRIKAN CULTURE!

You can download the MONSTER of a show (21st October 2008) right HERE
or perhaps listen to it somewhere here:

The playlist went pretty very much like this:
1. The Mad Professor – Dub Science
2. Jah Cure – Songs of Freedom
3. Tony Tribe – Red Red Wine
4. Lee “Scratch” Perry – Fire
5. Buraka Som Sistema - Sound Of Kuduro (feat. DJ Znobia, M.I.A., Saborosa & Puto Prata)
6. Busy Signal – Unknown Number (FEATURING STUDIO SING-ALONG)
7. Shabba Ranks – Mr. Lover Man
8. 1 Giant Leap – Daphne
9. Jeffrey Oriema - Kel Kwayo
10. Weasle and Radio – Zuena
11. Syren Hall - Somebody Come Get Me
12. The Very Best – Kamphopo
13. Brick & Lace – Love is Wicked
14. Chaka Demus - Tease Me
15. Bob Marley and Lauren Hill – Turn the Lights Down Low

Hope you liked it LOADS!