Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Dub Come Rave Me

Just a quick post to say that our latest weekly radio show is now available for streaming over at Viva Radio. As I mentioned before, this instalment focuses on a much more dubby, spaced out sound before moving into the tribal and deep techno near the end. Here's the tracklisting for those interested:

Viva Radio - Show #2: 'Dub Come Rave Me'
1) Mr G - ECGed (Rekid Remix) // Rekids
2) Portable - Ebb And Flow // ~scape
3) Cosmo Vitelli - Delayer (Quiet Village Remix) // I'm A Cliché
4) Loefah - Goat Stare // DMZ
5) Skream - Welcome 2 The Future // Tempa
6) Mathew Jonson - 7.19FM David // Wagon Repair
7) Sideshow - Scary Biscuits // Aus
8) Trentemoller - Nightwalker // Poker Flat
9) Burial - Distant Lights // Hyperdub
10) Shackleton - Blood On My Hands // Skull Disco
11) Pinch - Qawwali // Planet Mu
12) Rhythm & Sound - Dem Never Know (Sleeparchive Remix) // Burial Mix
13) Jah Wobble & Bill Laswell - Alsema Dub (C2 Spiritual Dub) // React
14) Agora Rhythm - My Division (Dixon Edit) // Sonar Kollektiv
15) Matias Aguayo - Drums & Feathers // Kompakt Pop
16) Lawrence - Along The Wire (Superpitcher Remix) // Ladomat 2000
17) Throbbing Gristle - Hot On The Heels Of Love (Ratcliffe Remix) // Novamute

There's some real gems in there, including dubstep classics from Loefah, Shackleton, and Bristol's Guinness swilling bad boy Pinch amongst others. Those hanging on until the end get some right treats including the oft overlooked Carl Craig remix of Jah Wobble and Bill Laswell from his 'The Workout' mix, and the genius wonky bass vibes of Matias Aguayo 's 'Drums & Feathers'. Next week's instalment should feature an exclusive mix from yours truly, and features forthcoming minimal bombs from Lazyfatpeople and Exercise One along with lots of other techno bits'n'bobs that've floating my boat of late. Until then, you'll just have to wait...


Blogger Tal said...

looks great, but how about posting an mp3 of it?

8:40 PM  
Blogger Richard Carnage said...

You guys are never satisfied, are you? MP3 posting would be a lot easier, but it sort of defeats the point of streaming it over at Viva. This way the artists at least get some cash back through PRS royalties, and the music gets out to a wider audience. It's on rotation on the live stream and can always be listened to on demand through the contributor's section. Any mixes that we do will find their way here in due course, but the unmixed playlist style shows will stay over there. That is, until we actually get our shit together and do a 'proper' broadcast with talking and stuff - then there seems a point to making it available as an mp3. I know there's been an mp3 drought over here, but that'll be rectified soon enough. If only I wasn't so busy! Sorry Tal! Take care mate.

9:21 PM  
Blogger modyfier said...

super nice set. really enjoyed it's movement and being reminded of things i haven't heard for some time.

10:26 PM  
Blogger Richard Carnage said...

Cheers Modyfier! Nice to know that someone's actually listening to it! I'm not sure if you're into it at all, but I think the whole sound aesthetic of the better dubstep material is right up your street. If you're looking for more of that stuff then it's all about Skream, Loefah, Shackleton (I'm yet to fully appreciate Appleblim's Skull Disco material which is a bit of a shame as he's a wicked DJ and seems like a top chap), Pinch, DMZ, and also some of the recent Andy Stott material (did you get that 10" that he put out a few months back?). All of the Sideshow 12" is great as well so you should pick that up if you get the chance - has a Tejada mix as well but I much prefer the original. Thanks for posting that Quiet Village mix of Grandadbob by the way. Was going to pick it up from Phonica last weekend but by the time I'd got to Oxford Circus it was just about to close (bloody late buses!). Next time...

1:41 PM  
Blogger Richard Carnage said...

Ooh - not forgetting Burial! He's got a new 12" out as well which features some of the album cuts (one of the albums of the year, IMO) but there's some killer dubs lined up for future release.

1:43 PM  
Anonymous porn said...

super nice set. really enjoyed it's movement and being reminded of things i haven't heard for some time.

10:09 PM  

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