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What Happened in February
Another Garden exclusive for you tonight featured
a psych/synth funk/motorik/prog mix by a Swedish DJ
who actually has more pseudonyms than is probably legal.
You were certainly not hoodwinked by his choices from
download available soon
24th : NO SHOW
A nightmare of an evening I would rather forget as our
station's server crashed and I wasn't able to broadcast.
Thankfully I was assured this was a "one off" so don't
expect such a calamity to happen again - oh yeah...?
Raz Razzle has recorded 3 mixes for the show in the last
few years and they are always well received by my listeners.
Tonight however he created something extra special and quite
poignant too, taking samples from old John Peel radio shows
and mixing them up into a quite extrordinary blend
Now available to hear : HERE
He released his excellent new album Floods was earlier this
his second exclusive mix for the show. A sublime selection of
tunes by the likes of Dollboy, Halogen, Woob as well as his own
ambient music, aural pleasure for everyone.
Here is one of James' earlier mixes
"Oh no not another Pink Floyd mix" I hear you cry, well yes...
the extended-reissue-re-packaged-extra gubbins issues
released in the last few months were crying out to be mucked
about with that someone has to do it so it may as well have
been me, oh c'mon you loved it really, didn't you?
an hour of the mix is available to hear HERE
Oh Lordy, this was fun - a whole evening devoted to
American and UK Folk music from 1913 to 1938 including
many tracks from Murder Ballads & Songs of Disaster and the
Anthology of American Folk Music compiled by Harry Smith.
There are so many beautiful songs on those box sets and
I picked all my favourites over the course of the show.
With so much great music released last year I was
unable to play everything I digged in The Garden
in just one show. So I carried on where I left off in
the last week of last year and played plenty of new
tracks from albums by DJ Food and James Murray. The mix is now available HERE
This duo's name comes from a song by power electronics
pioneers Whitehouse whilst their drum breaks come from jungle
and hip-hop. You could say their music is proudly unaffiliated,
cobbling together influences that will strike older listeners
as disparate and younger ones as perfectly concordant,
i'm not sure this mix went down all that well to be honest...