What's in our podcast?

April 2009

Habari! That's 'hello' in Swahili in case you didn't know. Trivia aside and Easter chocolate stash dwindling, we bring you this email to chirp news of the wondrous music which graces our latest extra length podcast. For the 1st time we've got stuff from indie heavy hitters XL and 4AD. I think you'll agree that this alone justifies the padded out waffle contained in our first paragraph. Hmm, yes?
Enough rhetoric already. Now, flush these tasters down your ear canal.

(To download the mix, right click the above link and select 'save as...')

  • 01 Golden Age TV On The Radio - (4AD Records)

  • 02 Ballskin MF Doom - (Lex Records)

  • 03 Little Switch Higamos Hogamos - (DC Recordings)

  • 04 Little Baby Eyes Kirman_ - (Lobe)

  • 05 Golden Phone Michachu - (Rough Trade)

  • 06 Rocking Chair Betty Padgett - (Ubiquity Records)

  • 07 Grussle Willie Isz - (Lex Records)

  • 08 Inconvenience Super Furry Animals - (Rough Trade)

  • 09 Snatch Shot The Emperor Machine - (DC Recordings)

  • 10 Basement Party The Cool Kids - (XL recordings)

  • 11 Calculator Michachu - (Rough Trade)

  • 12 Pterodactyls Fugiya & Miyagi - (Rough Trade)

  • 13 White Socks/Flip Flop Super Furry Animals - (Rough Trade)

  • 14 Green Jacket Deerhunter - (4AD Records)

Great labels

We work with both major labels and some of the UK's best independent record labels...

  • People In The Sky

    People In The SkyUber cool psych pop label

  • Ghostly International

    Ghostly InternationalMichegan's finest musical export

  • Output Records

    Output RecordsTrevor Jackson's classic imprint

  • 1965 Records

    1965 RecordsJames Endeacott's indie empire

  • Highpoint Lowlife Records

    Highpoint Lowlife RecordsLondon's finest perveyors of leftfield

  • Tru Thoughts

    Tru Thoughts

  • Tummy Touch

    Tummy TouchInternational quirky pop sounds

  • Native Tongue

    Native Tongue

  • RAMP

    RAMP

  • Sunday Best

    Sunday BestRob Da Bank's home of alternative music

  • Peacefrog

    PeacefrogOnce techno, now folk & electroinca from London

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