with tracks by… The 99ers, Hiroumi, Henrik Jose, Great Lake Swimmers, Manintheattic, DocumentOne Dubstep, Dairy Dub, Warrbass Dub, Brian Faye, Natanja and a conversation with Moshi Kamashi from King Dub Records, based in Paris, France.
WithTracks by…Zeno, Pisu, Defunkt Dialekt, Phoniflore, Irish, Bulbajar Berea, Tripwire and Kaiori Breathe.
There’s some excellent dubs and other noises coming out of Terra Incognita, which is a new label setup by artrists Mikus and Sixty Six North. Mikus’ recent Brass Islands of Dub release on Terra Incognita, has also been accompanied by another album, Rememberance Dubs, released on Planet Terror. His track Lament featured on the relaunched PCP#337, and is rathyer excellent.
PCP, DSZ and TDZ are all now available using TuneIn Radio at http://tunein.com. So if you’re every out and about, or at a friends house and you forgot to download the latest episode of The Dub Zone with that killer track on it, then you can now stream it live (and even record it).
Available from these devices (so far)…
PCP relaunches with tracks by… Baciamolemani, Garmisch, Dadub, Arrogalla, Walter Mazzaccaro, Pony Bravo, Culprate, Mikus, Mantra, Sk’p, Adam Kroll, Titus Twelve and a behind the scenes chat with Sam and Fred from Planet Terror Records, based in Sheffield, England.
With tracks by… Dubzonic, Para, Pama International, Earlyw~rm, Dubsalon, Hatman, Mildtape, Shan-A-Shan.
Not only is the Ginga Ninga busy working on tracks for new BDR Dancefloor releases, but he’s also going to release a podcast to go with the tracks. So head over to soundcloud and checkout the preview podcast, recorded partly in my home town of Newcastle, no less!
Much applauding can be heard in the marshes today, as Peter Clitheroe, probably the most eastern podcaster in the UK, celebrates 5 years of his phenominal podcast Suffolk ‘n’ Cool. Clithers has had some weird and wonderful music and guests on the show over the years (but enough about me!) and if you want to take a walk down memory lane then have a listen to SnC Episode 1.
It’s a little know fact that the reason Messers Clithers and Codger first became friends was because
- Their initials are both PC
- They started podcasting within a day of each other
- They both played a track called Galatasaray, by The Maido Project, in the same week
- So they met up for a beer (Adnams, naturally) in Southwold (possibly the first ever podcrawl)
…and the rest, as they say, is history. Although their musical tastes haven’t always run true, Clithers still does manage the occasional “first play” of a track Codger had lined up for a future show! Oh dear, dear, dear….
If you have a glass of Adnams nearby, please join me, raise it and salute our friend of around 1.9m and a cheery wave! Happy Birthday SNC