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PCP#620… Karma….

Karma…with tracks by… VoodooHeadz, Dredillah, Hama, Secret Archives of the Vatican, Munay Ki Dub, Drenching Haze, El Buho, Andrew Averkin, Zoungla, BlackieBlueBird, Cousin Silas, Sergio Mariani.

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  1. Panic (nightly version), by VoodooHeadz. Russia. [MNMN]
  2. Hyper Machine, by Dredillah. Chicago, USA. [Shrammaka Recordings]
  3. Imidiwan N’assouf, by Hama. Niamey, Niger. [Boomarm Nation]
  4. Axiom of Defiance by Secret Archives of the Vatican. Croydon, England. [Broken Drum Records]
  5. Karma Rules by Munay Ki Dub. Córdoba, Argentina. [Dubophonic]
  6. Laberinto, by Drenching Haze. [Todos Somos Dios]
  7. Mot Mot, by El Búho. Northern England. [Shika Shika]
  8. Dried Ocean (Drum’n’Bass version), by Andrew Averkin. Odessa, Ukraine. [MNMN]
  9. Sunday, by Zoungla. Montreal, Québec, Canada. [Ektoplazm]
  10. The Weeping Willow, by BlackieBlueBird. Copenhagen, Denmark. [AF Records]
  11. Quiescence, by Cousin Silas & Sergio Mariani  England. [We Are All Ghosts]

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By |2019-10-09T12:24:06+00:00October 11th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

PCP#619… Black River….

Black River…with tracks by… Burning Babylon, Amegoh, Thousand Yard Prayer, Croavig, Nagra, elAstrum, Silent Forum, Zeke Mendeke, Subbear, The Silence Industry, Swaylo, Bebhionn.

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  1. Morpheus Rising, by Burning Babylon. Boston, Massachusetts, USA. [Bandcamp]
  2. Cerbero Rexeita A Dracula, by Amegoh. [Todos Somos Dios]
  3. Beyond The Black River, by Thousand Yard Prayer. Croydon, England. [Broken Drum Records]
  4. Aster, by Croavig. Ekaterinburg, Rusia. [Soisloscerdos]
  5. A Year Of Euphoria, by Nagra. Portugal. [Enough Records]
  6. Vimana Shastra, by elAstrum. [Kahvi]
  7. Spin, by Silent Forum. Cardiff, Wales. [Bandcamp]
  8. Real Plastic Trees, by Zeke Mendeke. [Todos Somos Dios]
  9. Sound Killer, by Subbear. [SubBass]
  10. (I) Believe, by (((S))). Hovedstaden, Denmark. [AF-Records]
  11. Second Nature, by Swaylo. Austin, Texas. [Gravitas]
  12. System III, by Bebhionn. [Zimmer]

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By |2019-10-04T08:22:05+00:00October 4th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

Thank you for sponsoring me in The Big Swoove

So far we have raised over £255 £265 (updated 6th October)

My chosen charity is Chestnut Tree House, which provides care for children and young people with life-shortening conditions, and their families.

If you have heard my podcasts, and still have a couple of pounds, dollars, euros, or any other currency spare then please consider donating HERE to the cause. I will keep the sponsorship page open until late October 2019.

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By |2019-10-06T10:45:26+00:00September 30th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP), The Dub Zone (TDZ)|0 Comments

BBC Talk Twaddle About Podcasts

It makes me cross when people start talking about podcasts and mention “breakthroughs” in 2012 or 2014.  I’ve just read this article: How podcasts went from unlistenable to unmissable, by

Although factually reporting that it was Guardian reporter Ben Hammersley  who coined the phrase “Podcast” the article completely misses out the early interest and uptake of podcasts in the noughties.

Especially for the BBC it’s a shame that one of their own, Rowley Cutler, is so often ignored. Although Rowley’s Dark Compass is produced entirely independently of the BBC, he’s been working for them for many years, knows so much about the podosphere, being the UK’s longest running music podcaster, since 2004.

Then there’s Adam Curry, the man who invented the first podcatcher, and who went on to co-create the first podcast-focused media company Podshow (later Mevio) and pioneered the use of the Podsafe Music Network.  All of these facts ignored in the article.

Yes, podcasts required thought in the noughties. If you wanted to listen in your car you had to have downloaded them to your mobile device first, but people did that regularly, and it whiled away the many hours of M25 travel that I endured. Listener numbers increased and podcast converences abounded. I’ve lost count of how many events are now labeld as the “first” podcast conference. That happened in 2006 people!!

Nowadays everyone that is a commedian, a musician, or a celebrity seems to be hosting their own podcast. I say “hosting” but they’re not doing it for love of their field. They wouldn’t do it if they weren’t paid, and “season 2” depends on the success of “season 1”. Technology makes listenening easier, but increasingly content is corporate, or aimed at selling tickets for a show.

Remember there are people like Rowley and like me, who were playing this game many many years ago. We made some money from adverts, but we do it for love.  Put that in your article Mr Robertson.

 

By |2019-09-28T13:06:56+00:00September 28th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|Comments Off on BBC Talk Twaddle About Podcasts

PCP#618.5 … Name That Tune….

Name That Tune… Twelve years. Thousands of hours of sleuthing. No answers. On the hunt for the three most enigmatic minutes of music

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I saw an article in Rolling Stone this morning called The Unsolved Case of the Most Mysterious Song on the Internet. It’s about a song that was taped off a German radio station 35 years ago. In 2007 this tape was rediscovered and people started trying to find out who the track was recorded by. They still haven’t figured it out, so I thought maybe PCP listeners can have a listen, share it with their friends and see if we can, collectively, solve the puzzle.

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By |2019-09-25T09:45:41+00:00September 25th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

PCP#618… Staring At The Moon….

Staring At The Moon…with tracks by… Hell Bruizers, Florian Decros, Unknown Concept, Incendiario, C-Doc, Oonga, Agitators, Pk Jazz Collective, Adrianna Krikl, Ollie Cram, Sumac Dub, Meavy Boy, Syrinx.

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  1. Honey, by Hell Bruizes. Moscow, Russia. [LMSNT]
  2. Nebula Rush, by Florian Decros. France. [Vulpiano]
  3. Enigma, by Unknown Concept. [DigitalDiamonds]
  4. Sonder, by Incendiario. Portugal. [Skalator]
  5. Make You Free (Radio Edit), by C-Doc. Maine, USA. [BlocSonic]
  6. Nubes Sobre La Maravilla, by Oonga. Montreal, Canada. [Shika Shika]
  7. So it will be again, by Agitators. Russia. [LMSNT]
  8. Watch The Sound, by Pk Jazz Collective. Astrakhan, Russia. [SCL]
  9. Moon, by Adrianna Krikl. Los Angeles, California, USA. [Bandcamp]
  10. Da Da Dap Song, by Ollie Cram. Bristol, England. [Bump Foot]
  11. Radio, Ney and Persan Setar, by Sumac Dub. Grenoble , France. [ODG]
  12. Epicurus Worshiper of Soul, by Meavy Boy. Italy. [Spettro Rec]
  13. Execute, by Syrinx. Moscow, Russia. [Crach]r

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By |2019-09-19T10:38:24+00:00September 20th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

PCP#617… Part Time Superhero….

Part Time Superhero…with tracks by… Drainbamage, Secret Archives of the Vatican, Wabi Sabi, Joaquin Cornejo, Abstract Technicumm, Rangga Purnama Aji, Antelikteram, Hold The Gun, T.Bird, Artem Bemba, Globular, Mr. Ours, Metre, Il Rumore del Fiore di Carta.

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  1. Basement Scribble, by Drainbamage. Germany. [Crach Records]
  2. Persia Will Rise, by Secret Archives of the Vatican. Croydon, England. [Broken Drum Records]
  3. Esmeralda (ft Wabi Sabi), by Joaquin Cornejo. [Shika Shika]
  4. Friday, by Electronic Abstract Technicumm. Kira, Russian Federation. [MNMN]
  5. Photosynthesis, by Rangga Purnama Aji. Sewon, Indonesia. [Watch Pineapple Press]
  6. We Live In The Industrial Area, by Antelikteram.. Italy. [Shrammaka Recordings]
  7. Electronic Mist (Hold The Gun Remix), by T.Bird. Russia. [MNMN]
  8. Goplit, by Artem Bemba. Mizhenets’, Ukraine. [SCL]
  9. For The Time Being, by Globular. Bristol, England. [Bandcamp]
  10. Melancholia, by Mr. Ours. France.[Gravitas Recordings]
  11. Digital Savanna (Minimal Mix), by Metre. UK. [BlocSonic]
  12. Part-time Superhero, by Il Rumore del Fiore di Carta. Campobasso, Italy. [Lost Children]

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By |2019-09-12T16:35:26+00:00September 13th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

PCP#616… Power Balance….

Power Balance…with tracks by… Hold The Gun, MaguPi, Antelikteram, Secret Archives of the Vatican, Dredillah, INAO, Meghan Bowman, Sans Nom, Stephen Cheng Walls, CVVV  Govinda, Los Mojados, Ultragore.

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  1. The Power, by Hold The Gun. Russia. [MNMN]
  2. O Ritual, by MaguPi. Porto, Portugal. [Shika Shika]
  3. Ultimatum, by Antelikteram. Italy. [Shrammaka Recordings]
  4. Sohan of Qom, by Secret Archives of the Vatican. Croydon, England. [Broken Drum Records]
  5. Deconstruction, by Dredillah. Chicago, USA. [Shrammaka Recordings]
  6. Metonic Cycle, by INAO. Paris, France.[CyberCrunk]
  7. Angels (feat. Meghan Bowman), by Sans Nom. [SCL]
  8. Always Together, by Stephen Cheng. New York, USA.
  9. Tre to the Q, by Walls. Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. [BlocSonic]
  10. El Dub Del Bar Uno, by C/VVV. Santiago, Chile. [Pueblo Nuevo]
  11. Alien Sex Magic, by Govinda. Austin, Texas, USA. [Gravitas Recordings]
  12. The Skank, by Los Mojados. Fairfield, California, USA. [Bandcamp]
  13. Thieves (Terroremix), by Ultragore. Germany. [Crach Records]

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By |2019-08-31T15:55:22+00:00September 6th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|2 Comments

PCP#615… Suspended and Animated ….

Suspended and Animated…with tracks by… Hold The Gun, Secret Archives of the Vatican, An-Ten-Nae, Fox Stone, Deleo, Kraut, Petko Turner, Letta Mbulu, Charles Bukowski, Massimo Ruberti, Artem Bemba, Alter Echo, Gulls, Circa State, Mdou Moctar, Elite Beat, Anitta.

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  1. I May Know Again John, by Hold The Gun. Russia. [MNMN]
  2. Dur Sharrukin, by Secret Archives of the Vatican. Croydon, England. [Broken Drum Records]
  3. Kayu, by An-Ten-Nae. Oakland, California, USA. [Gravitas]
  4. Botanical Park, by Fox Stone. [MNMN]
  5. Unfair, by Deleo. Montpellier, France. [Ultra Vague]
  6. Va Savoir Pourquoi (Kraut Edit), by Kraut. Amsterdam, Netherlands. [Seaside Trip]
  7. Nomalizo (Petko Turner edit), by Letta Mbulu. Budapest, Hungary. [Budabeats]
  8. Sabotage (feat. Charles Bukowski), by Massimo Ruberti. Livorno, Italy. [Nostress]
  9. We’re Gone, by Artem Bemba. Mizhenets’, Ukraine. [SCL]
  10. Running Times (Alter Echo Dub), by Gulls. Portland, Oregon, USA. [Boomarm Nation]
  11. Stutter Step, by Circa State. London, England. [Kahvi Collective]
  12. In A Budget Dancehall, by Mdou Moctar & Elite Beat. Oregon, USA. [Boomarm Nation]
  13. Tubes, by Anitta.Kiev, Ukraine. [People Can Listen]

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By |2019-08-29T10:19:01+00:00August 30th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

PCP#614… This Ain’t The Summer of Love….

This Ain’t The Summer of Love…with tracks by… Notch, Redmann, Birdhouse, F.P.ToZ, Earcom2+F, Dead Horse One, September Happened, illocanblo, InSpectr, Sacha Rush, Ceïu uma mu’sica do, Pete Lund, Uncle Fester On Acid, Hold The Gun, Jonajosu, Razor Edge, Meat Load.

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  1. Scratching The Surface (Notch Remix), by Redmann. Pembrey, Wales. [Toucan]
  2. Berimbao, by Birdhouse. Haarlem, Netherlands. [Budabeats]
  3. Just Got Home, by F.P.ToZ. New York, USA. [LMSNT]
  4. Tekno Iceberg, by Earcom2+F. Palermo, Sicily, Italy. [No Stress Netlabel]
  5. I Love My Man, by Dead Horse One. France. [Dead Bees]
  6. 8000a, by September Happened (illocanblo, InSpectr, Sacha Rush Mix). Russia. [Nenormalizm Records]
  7. Uakti ([email protected] Remix), by Ceïu uma mu’sica do. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. [Dream Culture]
  8. Wits End, by Pete Lund. Buffalo, New York, USA. [BlocSonic]
  9. Brandal, by Uncle Fester On Acid. Sitard, Netherlands. [Disfish]
  10. Pull The Trigger, by Hold The Gun (feat. AtniDin). Russia. [MNMN]
  11. Secret Visions, by Jonajosu. Hamburg, Germany. [Seaside Trip]
  12. Vertigo Benign, by Razor Edge. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. [BlocSonic]
  13. Occiciui (The Empath Remix), by Meat Load. Mogilev, Belarus. [People Can Listen]

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By |2019-08-15T16:27:05+00:00August 16th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

PCP#613… When Will You Learn?…

When Will You Learn?…with tracks by…Derrick N. Ashong, Soulfege, Hold The Gun, AtniDin, Submerse, Lately Kind Of Yeah, OutSource, Secret Archives Of The Vatican, Quiet Company, Zengineers, Dub One!, Volfoniq, Honeybird, The Curtains And Their Terrifying Story, Wazabe, Anika.

  1. Easy Does It, by Derrick N. Ashong & Soulfege. Washington DC, USA. [Redwood Entertainment]
  2. What is the essence? by Hold The Gun (feat. AtniDin). Russia. [MNMN]
  3. Full Metal, by Submerse. Japan. [Maltine]
  4. O2, Lately Kind Of Yeah . Chicago, USA.[Vulpiano]
  5. Fake Reality by OutSource. Los Angeles, California. [DrumNBass.NET]
  6. Old Codger Dub, by Secret Archives Of The Vatican. Croydon, England. [Broken Drum Records]
  7. And You Said it Was Pretty Here, by Quiet Company. Austin, Texas. [Bandcamp]
  8. Salsa_in Dub (Samba de Seifero Remix by Zengineers), by Dub One! Cologne/Berlin, Germany. [Id.EOLOGY]
  9. Balkan Bhangra, by Volfoniq. Montpellier, France. [LCL]
  10. TMBLGBT, by Honeybird. Brooklyn, USA. [StoryAmp]
  11. Sleep All Morning, by The Curtains And Their Terrifying Story.Netherlands. [PMN]
  12. Leona, by Wazabe. Netherlands. [PMN]
  13. Master’s Of War, by Anika. Berlin/Bristol. [Magnum PR]

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By |2019-08-08T10:55:18+00:00August 9th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

PCP#612… Sacred Spaces…

Sacred Spaces…… with tracks by … Sweet Potato, The Tuts, Tomanka, Blacky Culta, RatPak, Thousand Yard Prayer, I Saw You Yesterday, J Plates, Crystal Soda Cream, Lokal Affair, Kasm, Nagrobki, Igniael.

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  1. Weekend, by Sweet Potato (aka Moka Sato). Okayama, Japan. [Anotracks]
  2. Dump Your Boyfriend, by The Tuts. Greater London, England. [Bandcamp]
  3. D.N.A. (Original), by Tomanka. Paris, France. [Seaside Trip]
  4. Paco Is Dead, by Blacky CultaBarcelona, Spain. [Soisloscerdos]
  5. RatPak Attak, by RatPak. Barcelona, Spain. [LMSNT]
  6. Sharaz-De, by Thousand Yard Prayer. Croydon, England. [Broken Drum Records]
  7. Girlfriends, by I Saw You Yesterday. Tokyo, Japan. [Anotracks]
  8. The Relic, by J Plates. Portugal. [Skalator Music]
  9. Cease All Life, by Crystal Soda Cream. Vienna, Austria. [Wilhelm show me the Major Label]
  10. Hala Hala, by Lokal Affair. Tunisia. [Boomarm Nation]
  11. Stargate, by Kasm. WInnipeg, Canada. [Balanced Records]
  12. Choroba zakazna, by Nagrobki. Gdansk, Poland. [Bandcamp]
  13. Sacred Space, by Igniael. Andorra, Spain. [Khannonmusic Studios]

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By |2019-08-01T14:28:24+00:00August 2nd, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments

PCP#611… Like Tears in Rain…

Like Tears in Rain…… with tracks by … The CundeeZ, Lola Dutronic, Elijah Badua, Datura, Beats Antique, Thousand Yard Prayer, LiliDollRage, Medio, Silvio Astier, Lenistwo, Mr Clit and the Pink Cigarettes, Jabbadub, Psychick Warriors Ov Gaia, Lately Kind of Yeah, Floating Spirits.

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  1. Broo Dog, by The CundeeZ. Dundee, Scotland. [LMSNT]
  2. Sounds Like An Anthem, by Lola Dutronic. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. [Bandcamp]
  3. Sage (feat. Elijah Badua) (Datura Mix), by Beats Antique. Oakland, California, USA. [Bandcamp]
  4. All Quiet on the Eastern Front, by Thousand Yard Prayer. Croydon, England. [Broken Drum Records]
  5. Dying All Alone, by LiliDollRage. Hem, France. [LMSNT]
  6. O Ladrao, by Medio. Lisbon, Poertugal. [Skalator]
  7. Las Llamadas del Tambor (Gulls’ Boomarm Dub), by Silvio Astier. Buenos Aires, Argentina. [Boomarm Nation]
  8. BvLiJ01, by Lenistwo. Belgium. [Section 27]
  9. Six Licks, by Mr Clit and the Pink Cigarettes.Indianapolis, Indiana. [LMSNT]
  10. Hard Times, by Jabbadub. Wroclaw, Poland. [ODG]
  11. The Valley (Noah Christopher’s Short Table Remake), by Psychick Warriors Ov Gaia. Colorado, USA. [Seedsound]
  12. Mapmaker, by Lately Kind of Yeah. [Vulpiano]
  13. Rise Above, by Floating Spirits. [Section 27]

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By |2019-07-25T10:13:51+00:00July 26th, 2019|PC Podcast (PCP)|0 Comments
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