In this episode: This episode itâ€™s all about being epic and beautiful. Thereâ€™s new music from Aeroplane, Tiefschwarz and Mr Scruff, new versions of house classic from T-Coy and Don Carlos and two old versions of the old party classic I Believe In Miracles, and something beautifula and epic to open and close the show. [setlist] Delphic – Counterpoint (Tim Goldsworthy Edit) Lcd Soundsystem – You Wanted A Hit T Coy – Carino (Soul Mekanikâ€™S Stage Left Mix) Rocha – Feel The Love Aeroplane – We Can’t Fly (Extended Drums Mix) Burnt Island Casuals (Aka Harri & The Revenge) – Scotch Hop Sunlight Square Latin Combo – I Believe In Miracles Mark Capanni – I Believe In Miracles Kirsty Almeida Vs Mr Scruff – Pickled Spider Don Carlos – Alone (Social Disco Club Unreleased Mix) Tiefschwarz Feat Daniel Wilde – Home Fuck Buttons – Olympians
No pictures, but gushing praise for Mayer Hawthorne, live at University of London Union; channeling the spirit of James Brown and the voice of Marvin Gaye through the body of Keith Haring; creating the most beautifully uplifting 21st century soul and bringing it all the way from Ann Arbor, Michigan to London, Europe. From bar one I am in love with the sound. I am watching the Jam at the Rainbow in â€˜78; itâ€™s the Style Councilâ€™s endlesss Long Hot Summer; at times itâ€™s pure holiday camp cabaret but I believe every word of Maybe So, Maybe No. At one point they break into ELOâ€™s Mr Blue Sky and even that feels perfect, right now, right here, this man and his band can do no wrong. I am plotting and scheming in my head like I do at all great gigs; need a piss but canâ€™t miss this; thinking how good they would be at a festival, at my wedding, at my funeral; bouncing and shouting, jumping and screaming; this is life with meaning. This is live, so fragile, this is live, so shallow, so repetetive, yet each moment so special, so wonderful, so real; this is living with the colour turned up full, the amp on 11; plastic cup of warm beer and a bag of crisps for tea, who cares; this is living, loving, hugging, beautiful, beautiful music and right now thatâ€™s all that matters.
You know that summer is here when One Step Beyond blasts out from the flats opposite.
[description]Feel Free Live Good released on Big Chill Recordings. Watch out for it![/description] [buy]http://www.bigchill.net/news/2009/12/chris-coco-signs-to-the-big-chill-label/[/buy] [image]http://www.chriscoco.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/feelfreelivegood.gif[/image] [listen]http://soundcloud.com/chris-coco/sets/feel-free-live-good[/listen]
In this episode: This episode we dive into an exotic soundscape thanks to some very urban dreamy dubstep and some extremely rural sounds from the National Trust, now thereâ€™s a combo you donâ€™t get very often. Also, new albums from LCD Soundsystem and Isan. [setlist] Belton House – Walking On Gravel and Birds – National Trust Munk – La Musica – Gomma Ilija Rudman – Call Me Tonight (Greg Wilson version) – Red Music Caribou – Sun – City Slang LCD Soundsystem – I Can Change – DFA Foals – Total Life Forever – Transgressive Hairy Bush – Hairy Healing (KBE Edit) – Digital File Soulphiction – Soulprint – Stereo Deluxe Lanhydrock – Old Music Box – National Trust Isan – Dapperling – Morr Music Pattersonâ€™s Spade Mill – Strap Press – National Trust Breakage (feat Burial) – Vial – Digital Soundboy Brownsea Island – Waves Lapping Along the Shore – National Trust Synkro – Tell Me – Z Audio Sylk 130 – Get High, Do Over – Wax On John Talabot – La Ninya (Afrodub Version) – Permanent Vacation