31 March 2016
26 March 2016
ROTA is a new night coming soon to Corsica Studios. In the lead up to the opening night, they will also be hosting a show on South London's Balamii Radio.
I'll be dusting off my "Guest Mix" hat once again and turning in a half hour mix of James Duncan productions, the cover star of the latest WNCL Recordings release.
Here's the lowdown:
DATE: Wednesday 30th March
LISTEN: BALAMII RADIO
Get locked on and enjoy the show
25 March 2016
18 March 2016
WNCL027 is now available to buy on vinyl (digital purchasers hold tight until next week).
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SOUNDS OF THE UNIVERSE
"...deep house bubblers..."
"Duncan's grooves doff a cap to both New York and New Jersey, while also boasting a grasp of UK house and techno flavours."
14 March 2016
13 March 2016
Last night's psych indulgence for BUN THE GRID on RADAR RADIO.
Some obvious choices, some from the depths, some slight departures from the original brief but hopefully nobody minds too much...
INTRO . Morning Maniac Music
THE CREATION . How Does It Feel to Feel
THE REMAINS . Don't Look Back
THE NEW YORKERS . Mr. Kirby
THE FACTORY . Path Through The Forest
THE ZOMBIES . Indication
THE BEATLES . Tomorrow Never Knows (Loop)
THE BLOSSOM TOES . Look At Me I'm You
THE ROLLING STONES . Dandelion
DAVID AXELROD . Song of Innocence
TRISTE JANERO . In The Garden
BROADCAST . Pendulum
THE SMALL FACES & STANLEY UNWIN . Happiness Stan (extract)
THE BACHELOR PAD . The Albums of Jack
RAY CATHODE . Waltz In Orbit (Tribute to George Martin R.I.P)
Stream it on MIXCLOUD
Download it HERE
12 March 2016
BUN THE GRID gave me an open brief to supply a guest mix of stuff that I'm not normally known for or wouldn't usually play out. I took them at their word and have put together a selection of tracks loosely based around 60's psych.
Amongst the psychedelia, there's household names (Beatles - albeit in loop form - Rolling Stones etc), "poppier" cuts (Blossom Toes, Zombies), a dip into more wistful sounds (Triste Janero, David Axelrod), more modern takes on the psych sound (Broadcast, Bachelor Pad), ending with a fitting tribute to the late, great Sir George Martin (Ray Cathode).
10 March 2016
INFRASONICS boss man, SPATIAL, supplies a Train Wreck mix for RBMA RADIO, featuring forthcoming WNCL RECORDINGS heat from JAMES DUNCAN and a cheeky West Norwood Cassette Library dub (forthcoming SNEAKER SOCIAL CLUB) in the tracklist.