23 Skidoo – The Gospel Comes To New Guinea (Ronin)

I first heard this on an old Four Tet mix. It is an amazing track though. I still find it hard to believe that this came out in 1981. Everyone should listen to more 23 Skidoo. I’d love to see them live.

Howlin’ Fling Top Ten

1. The Isle Of Eigg
2. The Phantom Band
3. Golden Teacher
4. Jens Lenkman
5. Beth Orton
6. The Pictish Trail
7. Steve Mason
8. Chorizo, Baked Beans and Poached Eggs for Breakfast
9. Laig Bay
10. The Lochnevis

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Koushik – Battle Rhymes For Battle Times (Text)

This is from the first release on Keiran Hebden‘s Text Records. I love the little 7″ he put out.

Human – Skating On Thin Ice (Human Records)

I heard this on a mix CD years ago and loved it instantly. I still like blasting this out. It has a jazzy feel to it, but is also very Detroit.

Four Tet – Buchla (Seven Davis Jr Remix) (Text)

I can’t stop listening to this remix at the moment. I think I have listened to it about 5 times today.

Depeche Mode – Behind The Wheel (Shep Pettibone Remix)

Earl Palmer: 1924 – 2008

Earl Palmer: 1924 – 2008 from Mochilla on Vimeo.

Marc Moulin – Tohu-Bohu (Part I) (CBS)

NY House’n Authority – Apt 2A (Nu Groove)

Fhloston Paradigm – The Phoenix (Hyperdub)

A couple of years ago Hyperdub released a great 12″ by King Britt, now the album is finally out today. You can listen to a 10 minute mix above, and then you can but the album on Bleep and you get a Hyperdub 10 badge too.