DSZ#76… Brain Dub…

Brain Dub…with tracks by…. Savaprod, Secret Archives of the Vatican, Bandulu Dub, ReZiNdRiP, Aden Ohm, Duoson, Hurtdeer, Minnesota, Arjun Baba, Dub Kirtan All Stars

DSZ#76... Brain Dub...
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DSZ#76… Brain Dub…2018-04-20T12:45:01+00:00

PCP#465… To Lille and back…

To Lille and back… with tracks by….Dirty Primitives, Soraya Ksontini, Dub Kirtan All Stars, Noura Mint Seymali, E2L, Jordan Reyne, Gully & Lowki, Badala Foly, Gallery Circus, Maxi, Rainer Kot, Pony Del Sol, Doo, Randomatik Blast

PCP#465... To Lille and back...
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  1. My House, by Dirty Primitives. Lille, France.
  2. Woody & Me, by Soraya Ksontini. [Swiss Music Export]
  3. Radhe Govinda feat. Chaytanya, by Dub Kirtan All Stars. Los Angeles, USA. [StoryAmp]
  4. Soub Hanallahi, by Noura Mint Seymali. Mauritania. [StoryAmp]
  5. Dans Tes Yeux, by E2L. Brussels, Belgium. [Oldy Clap Recordz]
  6. Servitude, by Jordan Reyne. New Zealand. [Bandcamp]
  7. Bom-Bae, by Gully & Lowki. Scotland. [Generation Bass]
  8. Badala, by Badala Foly. Lille, France
  9. Supercel, by Gallery Circus. Newcastle Upon Tyne, England. [Tipping Point]
  10. Antimilitarisation, by Maxi. Lille, France.
  11. SZYWA, by Rainer Kot. Germany. [SUBBASS]
  12. Iseult, by Pony Del Sol. Switzerland. [Swiss Music Export]
  13. Brain Fog Interlude, by Doo. USA. [Free The Beats]
  14. Salade Tomate Oignon Ricard, by Randomatik Blast. Rhône-Alpes, France. [RRR]

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PCP#465… To Lille and back…2018-04-20T12:45:01+00:00

TDZ#147… 7th Anniversary Dub Selecta!…

7th Anniversary Dub Selecta …with Tracks by….Red Star Martyrs, Dubsynaticx, Supa Bassie, Dub Addiction meets Kampuchea Rockers Uptown, Banda Zafenate, Dreadsquad, Negritage, Karma Dub, Rakoon, Lionfish, Zion Dirty Sound, Dubmatix, Hatman, Maïs, DJ Mike Native, Dubzoic, SonicCube, Gage Lucas, King Opossum, Payoh Soul Rebel, Dubiterian

TDZ#147... 7th Anniversary Dub Selecta!...
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TDZ#147… 7th Anniversary Dub Selecta!…2018-04-20T12:45:02+00:00

PCP#464… Great Escape 2014 (Part 2)…

Great Escape 2014 (Part 2)…. with tracks by…..Acres Of Lions, Tove Lo, ICHI, Blessa, Cats On Trees, Rachel Dadd, BRNS, Hollie Cook, Moodoid, Lay Low.

  1. Great Escape (Intro), by Acres Of Lions. Victoria, Canada. [Audioblood]
  2. Not On Drugs, by Tove Lo. Stockholm, Sweden.
  3. Go Gagambo, by ICHI Bristol, England. [Viaduct Promotions]
  4. Open Fields, by Blessa. Sheffield, England. [Tipping Point]
  5. Burn, by Cats On Trees. Paris, France. [French Getaway]
  6. Make A Senrtance, by Rachel Dadd. Bristol, England. [Viaduct Promotions]
  7. My Head Is Into You, by BRNS. Brussels, Belgium. [Tipping Point]
  8. Tiger Balm, by Hollie Cook. Brighton, England.
  9. Je Suis La Montagne, by Moodoid. Paris, France. [French Getaway]
  10. Mojo Love, by Lay Low. Iceland
  11. Great Escape (Outtro), by Acres Of Lions. Victoria, Canada. [Audioblood]

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PCP#464… Great Escape 2014 (Part 2)…2017-06-29T09:20:15+00:00

Jacks and Jams: Music’s Place in Gambling

Gambling, like a lot of things, is better enjoyed with music.

In your weekly poker game with your buddies, some background jams can enhance the friendly atmosphere among the joking and trash talking. In the casinos, a pair of headphones will drown out the annoying sounds of slot machines and chatty tourists. And while gambling in an online casino, earbuds will allow you to get in your groove, block out distractions and keep your energy up during marathon playing sessions.

Many professional poker players listen to music while playing. Headphones have become just as common as sunglasses on the professional circuits. There are plenty of reasons to believe that music can improve your poker game.

One of these ways is through a psychological concept known as “classical conditioning.” In other words, music affects the way we feel by associating various memories and emotions with different songs. The way we feel then in turn affects the choices we make. When we’re frustrated or discouraged we tend to make irrational decisions. Likewise, we do our best thinking when we’re in a calm, happy state.

Professional poker player Joe Sebok was able to end a long losing streak by going back to some music he listened to while he was on a winning streak. He associated that music with winning, which restored his confidence in himself and thus boosted his play. This phenomenon is broken down further in this article.

For tournament poker players, variety is key. During sessions that can drag on for several hours at a time you will experience different states of emotion. You’ll have highs and lows, moments of high intensity followed by times of mellowness. A good poker playlist will reflect the range of mental and emotional levels found at the table. If you’re not playing well, put on something upbeat and happy that will prevent you from making poor choices with your cards or just something mellow to cool you down. Likewise, if you’re running hot you may want something rhythmical and pulsing to help you ride out the streak or something loud and high-energy to perk you up near the end of a long day of playing.

Pros John D’ Augustino and Robert Williamson choose different music based on when they feel they have to be aggressive or when they have to loosen the strings. Annie Duke likes to cue up the White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army” when her chip stack is small and her back is against the wall. Antonio Esfandiari goes for Eminem’s “Lose Yourself” for confidence.

Music and gambling extends beyond just live gaming however. Many people now do their gambling in online casinos and will spend hours at a time hovering over their computer monitor playing slot machines, online poker or blackjack, roulette tables — basically anything that can be found in a brick and mortar casino. As with live casino gaming, the benefits of the right music is also true in the online gambling realm.

A study published in Psychology Today showed that the right kind of music can boost productivity on repetitive tasks (i.e. playing an online casino), enhance performance on cognitive tasks and can give you a motivational jumpstart on such tasks.

While trolling Betfair’s slots I found a variety of different soundtracks for different themed slot machine games such as Ghostbusters, Star Trek or Kitty Glitter. Each provided their own sound effects and music related to their respective theme. But if you want to replace that music with something of your own liking—and you’re playing on your computer where you probably have hundreds if not thousands of songs in your database to choose from—choose your music wisely.

A 2007 study investigated how music tempo affects betting at a roulette table and the results indicated the pace of betting was in direct correlation with the speed of the music. Faster tempo music led to more rapid betting while slower music equated to a slower pace of money being tossed around.

So when you’re sitting on the felt blackjack tables of a casino, playing poker in your buddy’s garage or having a marathon online slot machine session, choose the type of music that is not only right for the occasion but will optimize your play at the same time.

Jacks and Jams: Music’s Place in Gambling2018-04-20T12:45:02+00:00

PCP#463… Great Escape 2014 (Part 1)…

Great Escape 2014…. with tracks by…..Acres Of Lions, Hollie Cook, Dracula Legs, Tove Lo, Persian Rabbit, ICHI, Rachel Dadd, Lay Low.

  1. Great Escape (Intro), by Acres Of Lions. Victoria, Canada. [Audioblood]
  2. Ari Up, by Hollie Cook. Brighton, England.
  3. Cold Licks, by Dracula Legs. London, England.
  4. Habits (Stay High), by Tove Lo. Stockholm, Sweden.
  5. Sell The Light, by Persian Rabbit. France.
  6. ICHI Live at The Spiegelpub.
  7. Rachel Dadd Live at The Spiegelpub
  8. Please Don’t Hate Me (Live at Above Audio), by Lay Low. Iceland
  9. Great Escape (Outtro), by Acres Of Lions. Victoria, Canada. [Audioblood]

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PCP#463… Great Escape 2014 (Part 1)…2017-06-29T09:15:07+00:00

PCP#463 will be a little late…..

tge2014Messers Grumbler, Clithers and Codger would like to announce that PCP#463 will be out a little later this weekend, on account of the fact that we’re enjoying ourselves at The Great Escape too much and we’re rather knackered. We do have nice selection of music to bring you when the show finally makes it to the airways!

PCP#463 will be a little late…..2018-04-20T12:45:02+00:00

DSZ#75… Smoke and Dub…

Smoke and Dub…with tracks by….Roots Zombie, Digital Nottich, Minnesota, Collie Buddz,  Secret Archives of the Vatican, Kristian Fumei, Le Perche Oreille, Dub Machine, Enigma Dubz.

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DSZ#75… Smoke and Dub…2018-04-20T12:45:03+00:00