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Weekly Report Vol. 50

Happy Monday people. We’re back on track with back to back weeks for the first time in a long time. This week we start with some impossibly cool French jazz-funk from Cortex, moving into fuzzy electronica from Kutmah and some funk from The Jimmy Castor Bunch. Some Polish Afrobeat is next, and after that we […]

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Weekly Report Vol. 49

Fatherhood has got me behind on my lists in the last few weeks, so to make up for it here is an extra long one. We’re straight in with weirdness from Chancha Via Circuito and then onto a wicked version of California Dreamin’ from Eddie Hazel. From there we hit the first of our Brazilian […]

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Weekly Report Vol. 48

As Death Waltz are about to release the Twin Peaks soundtrack on vinyl, this week had to start with Laura Palmer’s Theme (famously sampled by Moby in ‘Go’). Moving through a beautiful track by Black Peaches onto the Mali Music project from genius tinkerer Damon Albarn, we then hit The Glimmers, Hugh Masakela, The Sorcerers […]

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Weekly Report Vol. 47

Normal service resumes this week after the inaugural Guest List last week with Rick Pike from PVT. Kicking off with some beautiful soundtrack vibes from legendary film composer John Barry, we follow with a Starkey Remix of Einaudi from the ‘In A Time Lapse’ album, the David McCallum that Dr. Dre sampled in ‘The Next […]

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Guest List Vol 1- Rick Pike from PVT (aka Pivot)

In the first of what is going to be a series of guest mixes, I’m happy to introduce Rick Pike from the amazing band PVT. There are big things coming your way both from PVT and from Rick’s mysterious new solo project so keep your ear to the ground…. Weekly Report: Your playlist is called […]

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Weekly Report Vol. 46

It’s sunny so the logical thing would be to bang out loads of bait summer tunes, but obviously I’m not going to do that. We start with an old track from The Gaslamp Killer that I first heard on a CDR demo I got sent by his management about a decade ago. Still remember how […]

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Weekly Report Vol 45

Happy Monday people. The England football team are back to bothering prostitutes in expensive night clubs in West London, Brexit is old news and every political leader in the country has decided that leading just isn’t for them. Combined, it’s the type of thing that could make you a little bit miserable. Not to worry […]

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Weekly Report Vol. 44

A longer than usual list today starting with a weird/sexy jam called Sunshine, through a lovely cover of one of my all time favourite songs, This Is How We Walk On The Moon by Jose González, some Fat White Family to make me feel better about not going to Field Day this year and a […]

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Weekly Report Vol. 43

It’s nearly June, everyone is starting to think about how they’re going to shed their winter coat (read excess weight) for the summer, and the city is starting to believe we might actually have some proper sun this year. Time for some dusty retro, some weird ambient and some astral jazz to get you ready […]

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Weekly Report Vol. 42

The collective hangover from yesterday’s hottest-day-of-the-year public park frolicking hangs heavy over the city today as Monday grinds its miserable gears towards home-time. Open your ears and take your medicine. Today we kick off with Georgia and move through moody Ital Tek and Buttering Trio vibes, through new Radiohead which everyone has already heard, and […]

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