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PCP#601… All We Have Is Now … The Great Escape 2019…

All We Have Is Now … The Great Escape 2019…. with tracks by … Tallies, Pom Poko, Soaked Oats, Drinking Boys and Girls Choir, Body Type, Skint and Demoralised, Jambinai, False Advertising, Stonefield, These New South Whales, Pagan, The Kicklips, Bilk, Sydney.

  1. Beat the Heart, by Tallies. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  2. My Blood, by Pom Poko. Oslo, Norway.
  3. Perfect Song, by Soaked Oats. Dunedin, New Zealand.
  4. National Police Shit, by Drinking Boys and Girls Choir. Daegu, South Korea.
  5. Palms, by Body Type. Sydney, Australia.
  6. Boro Kitchen 4am, by Skint and Demoralised. London, England.
  7. Time Of Extinction, by Jambinai. Seoul, South Korea.
  8. Hey You, by False Advertising. Manchester, England.
  9. Far From Earth, by Stonefield. Melbourne, Australia.
  10. We Dont Need You Anymore, by These New South Whales. Sydney, Australia.
  11. Imitate Me, by Pagan. Melbourne, Australia.
  12. Hillywood, by The Kicklips. Sheffield, England.
  13. CM2, by Bilk. Essex, England.
  14. Ode to the Journey, by Sydney. Bristol, England.

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By |2019-05-15T15:08:03+00:00May 17th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP), The Great Escape|0 Comments

PCP#600 (Part 2) … Music and Mumblings (2011 – 2018) …

Music and Mumblings (2011 – 2018)…… with interviews and tracks by … Sam and Fred from Planet Terror Records, Adam Kroll, Moshi Kamache from King Dub, DocumentOne Dubstep, PK from Peppermill Records, A Hawk and a Hacksaw, PS from Enough Records, Daizy, Peter Clitheroe, Jordan Reyne, Volker Tripp from Tassibierr and Ideology Records, Kosmonaut, Ginger Shinobi, John Spitzer, Sheila Ravenscroft, Mark Lee from The Pocket Gods, Jim Warren from the Tickeridge Festival, Zimbaremabwe Mbira Vibes, Paul Snelling, Omar Wiley, Louis Lingg and the Bombs

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By |2019-04-07T13:17:30+00:00April 26th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

PCP#600 (Part 1) … Music and Mumblings (2006 – 2010) …

Music and Mumblings (2006 – 2010)…… with interviews and tracks by … The Wanted, The Den Collective, The Pocket Gods, Sky Larkn, Secret Archives of the Vatican, The Bavarian Druglords, Betty and the Warewolves, Skint and Demoralised, Dubmatix, Citizen Sound, Don Letts, Dan Donovan, Prince Blanco, Mighty Howard, Aldubb, Vinyl Chord, Voide, Pixieguts, Rowley Cutler, My Toys Like Me.

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By |2019-04-19T06:57:19+00:00April 19th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

PCP#599… Joe Public…

Joe Public…. with tracks by … Tree House, Starfrosch, Dakha Brakha, Barrio Lindo, Pablo Mega Metal, Dubmatix, Joe Publik, Beats Antique, The Genevieves, Federico Estévez, Asa-i-Viata, The Black Mantis Project, Zapa, Plena Libre, Mato.

  1. Natural High, by Tree House! Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA. [StoryAmp]
  2. Kalte Ohren (Cold Ears), by Starfrosch. Bern, Switzerland. [Starfrosch]
  3. Erzeroum (Sahaleï Edit), by Dakha Brakha. Toronto, Canada / Ukraine. [Dream Culture]
  4. Pura Danza (Kraut Remix), by Barrio Lindo. Buenos Aires, Argentina. [Shika Shika]
  5. Zapaskowani Chlopcy, by Pablo Mega Metal. Poland. [Jamendo]
  6. Come Correct (Dubmatix Remix), by Joe Publik. Ontario, Canada. [Dubmatix]
  7. The Grand Bizarre, by Beats Antique. Oakland, California, USA.
  8. Make Them Weep, by The Genevieves. Scootland. [Myspace]
  9. Hologramas, by Federico Estévez. Mexico, France, Germany, Argentina. [Shika Shika]
  10. Bohemians (feat. Asa-i-Viata), by The Black Mantis Project. France. [ODG]
  11. Beiramar, by Zapa. London, England. [Vulpiano]
  12. Bambulae, by Plena Libre. Puerto Rico. [StoryAmp]
  13. The Swan Lake Dub, by Mato. [ODG]

Checkout DJ Cary at Expandzions.

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By |2019-04-12T08:46:09+00:00April 12th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

PCP#598… Combinations…

Combinations…. with tracks by … Naos, Daniel Nose, Secret Archives of the Vatican, Luiza, Mahom, The Tuts, Dubmatix , Tetra Hydro K, Brainless, Prodesh, Polylin, Insanity Circle, Mark Meino, Lately Kind of Yeah, Eviru Dibad, Etheriden.

  1. Guilty Pleasures, by Naos. [Bestiar]
  2. Hope For Tomorrow, by Daniel Nose. Russia. [MNMN]
  3. Sumer The First Time, by Secret Archives of the Vatican. Croydon, England. [Broken Drum Records]
  4. Snowball (feat. Luiza), by Mahom. France.[ODG]
  5. Give Us Something Worth Voting For, by The Tuts. Greater London, England. [Bandcamp]
  6. The Delirious Combination (Dubmatix Remix), by Tetra Hydro K meets Brainless. Ontario, Canada. [ODG]
  7. Flash in Berlin, by Prodesh. Recklinghausen, Germany. [Planet X Records]
  8. 3/03 (Hands Off Mix), by Polyline. [Seedsound]
  9. Ritual Of Colors, by Insanity Circle. Medellín, Colombia. [Monofonicos]
  10. T901D, by Mark Meino. Voronezh, Russia. [Planet X Records]
  11. Metroplex, by Lately Kind of Yeah. [Vulpiano Records]
  12. Chronicles, by Eviru Dibad. Medellín, Colombia. [Monofonicos]
  13. Voyage, by Etheriden. [Seedsound]

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By |2019-04-04T15:35:44+00:00April 5th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

PCP#597… Disquieting Metaphysical Homesick Blues…

Disquieting Metaphysical Homesick Blues…. with tracks by … TapChan,  Secret Archives of the Vatican, Ego Dome, MoShang, Gordon’s Suitcase, Tortue Super Sonic, Arithmatou, Smooth Genestar, D-Echo Project, Dub Division, Miniman, Dsum, Miguel Duque, Noah Christopher, Hjlmar, Prince Alla, Screechy Dan, Megative, Sly Dunbar, Robbie Shakespear, Dubmatix, Cousin Silas, The Glove of Bones..

  1. Monit, by TapChan. Wroclaw, Poland. [Paproota]
  2. Citadel of Dust, by Secret Archives of the Vatican. Croydon, England. [Broken Drum Records]
  3. No More Clouds, by Ego Dome. Durham, NH, USA. [Dusted Wax Kingdom]
  4. Indevelopment (MoShang Asian Elaboration Mix), by Gordon’s Suitcase. Pretoria, South Africa. [Jamendo]
  5. Hybrid Digeridoo (Tortue Super Sonic Remix), by Arithmatou. Montréal, Canada. [Zeste]
  6. 50 Shades of Dub (Smooth Genestar Remix), by D-Echo Project. Portugal. [CCTrax]
  7. Hm Dub (ICQ Dub), by Dub Division. Hamburg, Germany.
  8. Dub Creation, by Miniman. France. [ODG]
  9. Waveforms (Dsum Remix), by Miguel Duque. Medellin, Colombia. [Monofonicos]
  10. Rites of Spring (Part One), by Noah Christopher. Colorado, USA. [Seedsound]
  11. Tha Mun Vorid Vaxa, by Hjlmar. Reykjavik, Iceland.
  12. Smoothie (feat. Prince Alla, Screechy Dan, Megative), by Sly Robbie meets Dubmatix. Ontario, Canada. [Dubmatix]
  13. Disquieting Metaphysical Love Song, by Cousin Silas & Glove Of Bones. England. [We Are All Ghosts]

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By |2019-03-29T09:45:21+00:00March 29th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

PCP#596… Wild Colours….

Wild Colours…. with tracks by … Killa P, Dubioza Kolektiv, Libra, MoShang, Kou Shou Ching, Lang, Kiwi Juices, Daniel Nose, Skipiripa, Soul On Journey, Baradit, Chix, Csum, Donnie Ozone, Weird Bloom.

  1. We Run Tingz, by Killa P. Bourg-en-Bresse, France. [ODG]
  2. Autopilot (feat. Dino Šaran), by Dubioza Kolektiv. Bosnia And Herzegovina.
  3. Morning Traffic, by Libra. Lublin, Poland. [Jamendo]
  4. Black Heart (Mo Shang’s Soft Center Mix), by Kou Chou Ching. Taipei,Taiwan. [Jamendo]
  5. LaLalla, by Lang. Rome, Italy. [Strato Dischi]
  6. Marta, by Kiwi Juices. Russia. [Fusion]
  7. Projection Of The World (Daniel Nose prod.), by Skipiripa. Russia. [MNMN]
  8. Vespa Crabros, by Soul On Journey. Russia. [Intox Noise]
  9. Desert Flowers, by Baradit. Valparaíso, Chile. [Pueblo Nuevo]
  10. Il Cane, by Chix. Rome, Italy. [Strato Dischi]
  11. Wild Colours, by Csum. Russia. [Cota303]
  12. Rap Style (Four Track Mixx), by Donnie Ozone. Brooklyn, New York, USA. [Blocsonic]
  13. Luger’s Shadow, Weird Bloom. Rome, Italy. [Lost Frog]

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By |2019-03-20T16:01:01+00:00March 22nd, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

PCP#595… Break On Through….

Break On Through…. with tracks by … Krannaken, The Tuts, Nahuatl Jaguar, NAPZ, Nyasha Munangwa, The Electric Mainline, Rupa and the April Fishes, Earcom 2, Superfriends, Weird Bloom, Lomic, M-A-B, Picnicboy.

  1. Breakthrough, by Krannaken. Birmingham, England. [StoryAmp]
  2. Always Hear The Same Shit, by The Tuts. Greater London, England. [Bandcamp]
  3. Tlakotli Auilnelistli (Esclavo de Liberacion), by Nahuatl Jaguar. Melbourne, Australia.[Bandcamp]
  4. Antic, by NAPZ. Nantes, France. [Bandcamp]
  5. Rugare, by Nyasha Munangwa. Zimbabwe.
  6. We Are Now, by The Electric Mainline. London, England.
  7. Growing Upward, by Rupa and the April Fishes. Bay Area, California, USA. [StoryAmp]
  8. Flip Blip, by Earcom 2. Palermo, Italy. [Nostress]
  9. How True My Love Was, by Superfriends. Japan. [Anotraks]
  10. And You are Lost, Weird Bloom. Rome, Italy. [Lost Frog]
  11. I Wish I Could Write A Lovesong, by Lomic. Nantes, France. [Bandcamp]
  12. 1-2-3, by M-A-B. Switzerland. [Intox Noize]
  13. Dualität, by Picnicboy. Hamburg, Germany. [Planet X Records]

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By |2019-03-13T16:25:03+00:00March 15th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

Dubioza kolektiv “Film za djecu i odrasle”

If you still have not picked up on how excellent the Dubioza Kolektiv are I recommend you watch the documentary “Film za djecu i odrasle” about them on Youtube. I didn’t know a thing about the music scene during the war in the former Yugoslavia, but I will certainly try to find out more since I saw it. The band have been going a long time and I just love what they do.

By |2019-03-16T09:27:02+00:00March 13th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

PCP#594… First Wave….

First Wave…. with tracks by … The Tuts, Los Vencidos, Hermit Dubz, Cousin Silas & the Glove of Bones, Ashkabad, Kalumet, Hallelujah the Hills, SCD, Botanic Project, Stekalive, Heinrich XIII and the Devilgrass Pickers, Hideki Takimoto, A J Kaufmann.

  1. Whats on the Radio?, by The Tuts. Greater London, England. [Bandcamp]
  2. Animal Magnet, by Los Vencidos. Manchester, England. [Bandcamp]
  3. Arrakeen, by Hermit Dubz. Birmingham, England. [Dubophonic]
  4. Pigeon-Ragga, by Cousin Silas & Glove Of Bones. England. [We Are All Ghosts]
  5. Sub Conscious, by Ashkabad. France. [ODG]
  6. First Wave (Immortal Sun Remix), by Kalumet. Palmanova, Spain. [Digital Diamonds]
  7. Hallelujah the Hills, by Hallelujah the Hills. Boston, Massachusetts, USA. [Bandcamp]
  8. Summer Serenity, by SCD. St Petersburg, Russia. [MNMN]
  9. Do Your Thing, by Botanic Project. Belarus. [Fusion Netlabel]
  10. To Sasyhala, by Stekalive. Krasnogorsk, Russia. [Soisloscerdos]
  11. A Ghost In This House, by Heinrich XIII and the Devilgrass Pickers. Wölfersheim, Germany. [Death Roots Syndicate]
  12. Space & Spice, by Hideki Takimoto. Matsuyama, Japan. [Tanukineiri]
  13. Bud, by A J Kaufmann. Poznan, Poland. [Enough Records]

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By |2019-03-06T13:27:57+00:00March 8th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

PCP#593… Around The Bend….

Around The Bend…. with tracks by … Jabbadub, The Fighting Jamesons Bruno Browning, Rudebot, TravelerZ, Psychadelik Pedestrian, Oldy Clap Recordz, Fluffy Inside, Dafrebos, Dreadsquad, Globular, The String Cheese Incident, Beats Antique, Lee Rosevere.

  1. Po co, by Jabbadub. Wroclaw, Poland. [Paproota]
  2. Around The Bend, by The Fighting Jamesons. Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA. [Bandcamp]
  3. Passport (Wolfes Mix), by Bruno Browning. Las Vegas, USA.
  4. Hello Floppy, by Rudebot. Gotenburg, Sweden.
  5. Situation, by TravelerZ. [ODG]
  6. Fledgling (Notch Remix), by Psychadelik Pedestrian. [Toucan Music]
  7. Pantone 485C, by Oldy Clap Recordz.
  8. Back to Basics, by Fluffy Inside. [Kahvi]
  9. Taking Antimatters Into My Own Hands, by Dafrebos. St Petersburg / Clearwater, Florida, USA. [Antill Recordings]
  10. Any Means Necessary (Version), by Dreadsquad. Poland. [Facebook]
  11. For The Time Being (Drastic Early Iteration), by Globular. Bristol England. [Bandcamp]
  12. Bhangra Saanj, by The String Cheese Incident & Beats Antique. Oakland, USA. [Bandcamp]
  13. Maitri, by Lee Rosevere. Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. [Happy Puppy Records]

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By |2019-02-24T16:01:34+00:00March 1st, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

PCP#592… Demons….

Demons…. with tracks by … Brakes, Locomondo, Pass Pass, Fortuna Pop All-Stars, Yumenoma, Poranguí, Cabinet Of Millionaires, Demonic Sweaters, Darkfa, Shema, Liquid Stranger, Auditive Escape, Stan Dart.

  1. Porcupine or Pineapple, by Brakes. Brighton, England.
  2. Rembetiskank#9, by Locomondo. Athens, Greece.
  3. Tan Tan, by Pass Pass. Mino, Japan. [Tanukineiri Records]
  4. You Can Hide Your Love Forever, by Fortuna Pop All-Stars. London, England. [Fortuna Pop]
  5. A moon shaped pool, by Yumenoma. Japan. [February Records]
  6. Tonantzin, by Poranguí. Brazil/Mexico/USA. [StoryAmp]
  7. Theresa (original mix), by Cabinet Of Millionaires. Huddersfield, England. [Bandcamp]
  8. Tiny Helicopter, by Demonic Sweaters. New York, USA. [Anthill Recordings]
  9. Barbecue Nation, by Darkfa. Belgium.[StoryAmp]
  10. Exorcist Theme, by Shema
  11. I And I, by Liquid Stranger. Varberg, Sweden. [Candy Mind Records]
  12. Shorelake, by Auditive Escape. France. [Dusted Wax Kingdom]
  13. Berlin, by Stan Dart. Berlin, Germany. [Aural Films]

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By |2019-02-20T15:14:18+00:00February 22nd, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

PCP#591… Pining for the Fjords….

PCP#591… Pining for the Fjords….

Pining for the Fjords…. with tracks by … Do-Up, The Fighting Jamesons, Jordan Rakei, Sebon, Death by Delirium, Napz, Little Name, Secret Archives of the Vatican, R4, Merror, Jungle Boo, Liar’s Trial, Kamizdat.

  1. Hey Boy, by Do-Up. [Fusion Netlabel]
  2. A Song For Letting Go, by The Fighting Jamesons. Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA. [Bandcamp]– sent by Miles Hoyle- accordion
  3. Add The Bassline (ALX Bootleg), by Jordan Rakei. Brisbane, Australia/London, England. [Skalator Music]
  4. Track #77, by Sebon. Chicago, Illinois, USA. [Bump Foot]
  5. Dead Parrots, by Death by Delirium. Vienna, Austria. [Wilhelm show me the Major Label]
  6. Inner Vibes, by Napz. Nantes, France. [Bandcamp]
  7. Tracy and I, by Little Name. Liverpool, England. [Bandcamp]
  8. Remembering Machine, by Secret Archives of the Vatican. The Cronx, England. [Broken Drum Records]
  9. Smile, by R4. [Fusion Netlabel]
  10. Transformator, by Merror. Hamburg, Germany. [Zimmer Records]
  11. Budem Dymit (Riddim), by Jungle Boo. [Fusion Netlabel]
  12. Some People Just Need To Die, by Liar’s Trial. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. [Death Roots Syndicate]
  13. A Humanoid Individual- #303_2, by Kamizdat. Slovenia. [Kamizdat]

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By |2019-02-14T13:09:43+00:00February 15th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

10 years since Remembering Machine

I can’t believe it’s 10 years since one of my all-time favourite albums was released: Remembering Machine, by Secret Archives of the Vatican. How time has flown.

I remember getting my hands on the album for the first time. It was a cold winter’s night in Croydon, and was my first meeting with Vince Millett and Louis Counter, who form the core of the collective. I’d discovered their music online and was playing tracks from their Babylon Halt album, which had been 10 years in the making and I really enjoyed. I’d never actually met the guys in real life but we’d been chatting online and said we should meet up one day.

Vince was waiting on the corner just outside the pub and we both recognised each other immediately, being similarly “hirsute” and “well-toned”.  Vince has gone to live up to the well-toned moniker, whereas I still remain in “inverted commas”. On the way in to the pub he pressed a CD-R of Remembering Machine into my hands and said it was the new album. This was only 6 months after Babylon Halt, so I was surprised at the speed of its release, but I was interested in hearing it.

Vice, Louis and I got on like a house on fire and I’ve been a big fan of their music ever since.

I couldn’t listen to the album until I got home, but when I did I was a little surprised. This wasn’t “son of Babylon Halt”. It was weird. With glitchy beats and almost subsonic basslines. This was new territory for me. I’m not sure I liked it.

I persevered listening to it, and something changed. This album grew … and grew … and grew on me. Just like all the great albums I had listened to my life: Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon,  Joy Division’s Unknown Pleasures,  James’s Laid,  Massive Attack’s Mezzanine,  Leftfield’s Leftism  and Underworld’s Second Toughest in the Infants. These are all albums I’ve been unsure of, on first listening, but which still give goosebumps today. Part of the soundtrack of my life and I remember the day I got them vividly.

So, if you haven’t heard this album, then I implore you to get down to bandcamp and pick up your copy today. If not least, because it’s Vince’s birthday today, and it would be a fitting birthday present for him!  Go on!  You know you want to.  I promise you’ll not be disappointed.

By |2019-03-08T15:06:06+00:00February 13th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

Soon everyone will be a Podcaster…

According to Murderous Maths, when Elvis Presley died in 1977, it’s estimated there were about 170 people impersonating him. This number grew and grew and in the year 2,000 it was estimated there were about 85,000 Elvis impersonators. And in 2043 that number is projected to be 9,447,645,907 ,which is roughly the projected poulation of the Earth.

There’s been a big increase in celebrities creating (or planning on creating) podcasts in the last few weeks.  Ralf Little, Susan Calman and David Tennant in just the last week.

When podcasting first started in 2004 there were very few UK podcasters. Rowley Cutler did Dark Compass, Richard Vobes did the Vobes Show and Green Gragon (aka Martin Devaughn) did Bytesize Bonus.  The first podcasts I heard were Tane Piper’s Tripcast Radio and Phil Coyne’s Bitjobs for the Masses, which inspired me to start PC Podcast.  Thankfully Rowley and I are still around, and we were both part of the podcast “revolution” that Podshow|Mevio were going to mastermind, but which eventually closed, along with the Podsafe Music Network.

After, what I consider to be a “low” period (2011 – 2016) when a lot of podcasting resources and podcasts closed down, leaving only the real enthusiasts|technicians to keep plodding away, we do seem to have a new resurgance.

I’m not expecting this resurgance to mean everyone will be a Podcaster and an Elvis Impersonator, as that would be some repetative content, but lets hope this new wave will be interesting!

By |2019-02-10T13:53:46+00:00February 10th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|Comments Off on Soon everyone will be a Podcaster…
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