In this episode: This episode itâs all about being epic and beautiful. Thereâs 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 MekanikâS 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 â78; itâs the Style Councilâs endlesss Long Hot Summer; at times itâs pure holiday camp cabaret but I believe every word of Maybe So, Maybe No. At one point they break into ELOâs 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 canât 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 thatâs 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]https://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 thereâs a combo you donât 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 Pattersonâs 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