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whywithaqmark:

Yoni Wolf’s conversation with Ella Yelich-O’Connor, Lorde, for THE WANDERING WOLF @lordemusic @yoniwolf!!

Episode 68- Ella Yelich-O’Connor (Lorde). During a songwriting session in NYC, Yoni and Ella take some time out to talk on mic. They discuss performing, falling in love with songwriting, Ella’s career thus far, being a female teenage boss, curating the soundtrack for the new Hunger Games, Ella’s previous and current musical inspirations, using visualizations, and synesthesia.


A very early Mute Records release. As played by DJ Dick on our latest podcast.
The Free School Podcast Episode #25 - DJ Dick (Rockers Hi-FI) & Adam Regan (Leftfoot)
To hear the whole interview and the great tunes they selected, subscribe to our podcast at iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-free-school-podcast/id433240500?mt=2
If you’re not keen on i-Tunes then go to our Podomatic site here:http://wearefreeschool.podomatic.com/entry/2014-08-25T02_03_13-07_00

A very early Mute Records release. As played by DJ Dick on our latest podcast.

The Free School Podcast Episode #25 - DJ Dick (Rockers Hi-FI) & Adam Regan (Leftfoot)

To hear the whole interview and the great tunes they selected, subscribe to our podcast at iTunes here:
https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-free-school-podcast/id433240500?mt=2

If you’re not keen on i-Tunes then go to our Podomatic site here:
http://wearefreeschool.podomatic.com/entry/2014-08-25T02_03_13-07_00


Peeps be trying to call me an auteur for this Louis C.K.-style roundtable shot. I just crack on with what I’m doing and if other people like my work then that’s a bonus… Here’s DJ Dick (formerly of Rockers Hi-Fi) and Adam Regan (of Leftfoot) discussing the artistry of DJing. 


Our quarter-century is up! And to celebrate we had to commiserate! Richard Whittingham (DJ Dick), formerly of Rockers Hi-Fi is leaving these shores for Sicily and we asked his old compadre Adam Regan of Leftfoot to join him for an evening of exotic food, music and hot chat. Our third special guest, Steve Cobby, formerly of Fila Brazillia, had to be chopped for sounding too much like he was on speakerphone (which he was). Apologies Steve, sir.

Hot topics include: Brummies in San Francisco, an early Mute Records release, the infamous ‘Different Drummer’ poem, midnight jazz & the amazing ECM label (still can’t believe Dick did a remix for them!), John Peel warming and then cooling to Dick, a nightmare gig in Eastern Europe for Adam and finally DJing as artistry.

You can buy Steve’s new album ‘Saudade’ here: http://stevecobby.co.uk/releases

We have our new t-shirts for sale here:

http://freeschool.bigcartel.com/

Our next date:

5th Sept - Bossa Nova Civic Club, Brooklyn (DJ Set) - http://bossanovacivicclub.com/

 

Tracklisting:

1. The Golden Billionnaire - Steve Cobby

2. East Flows The River - The Soul Jazz Orchestra

3. Soul Vibration - 3IO

4. Feeling Good - Gene Ammons

5. Triumph Of The Gods - Psychemagik

6. Fireside Favourite - Fad Gadget

7. What’s A Girl To Do - Fatima Yamaha

8. Hangover (Moodymann Remix) - Charlotte OC

9. Summer Love - Billy Wright

 


An early Mute Records release. Listen to it on our latest podcast.

To hear the whole interview and the great tunes they selected, subscribe to our podcast at iTunes here:

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-free-school-podcast/id433240500?mt=2

If you’re not keen on i-Tunes then go to our Podomatic site here:

http://wearefreeschool.podomatic.com/entry/2014-08-25T02_03_13-07_00

 


"I sell here, Sir, what all the world desires to have - power". Birmingham represented to the max on the £50 note.

"I sell here, Sir, what all the world desires to have - power". Birmingham represented to the max on the £50 note.


Scotch Mallow

Scotch Mallow


(Source: yoniwolf)


likeapairofbottlerockets:

Killer Mike is fucking awesome.

(via pitchfork)


auspices:

Moroccan Street Food

Richard PJ Lambert


muterecords:

Maps: REALIGNED remix album is OUT today featuring remixes from across his three studio albums on Mute. Listen now!

For more information visit Maps Soundcloud.  

Digital deluxe editions of all three Maps albums will be available worldwide on August 25th.


mosaicrecords:

Down Beat Interview
John Coltrane and Eric Dolphy Interviewed
It would hard to really explain the deep feelings raging between the “new thing” advocates and the more traditionally minded jazz critics and fans in 1961 & ’62. Down Beat editor Don DeMichael, who was also a practicing musician and personal friend of John Coltrane, thought the rhetoric wars had gone on long enough and set up a forum in Down Beat for Coltrane and Eric Dolphy to discuss their music and their aims. We should be glad he did. This makes for enlightened and fascinating reading.
-Michael Cuscuna Read Interview…  Follow: Mosaic Records Facebook Tumblr Twitter

mosaicrecords:

Down Beat Interview


John Coltrane and Eric Dolphy Interviewed

It would hard to really explain the deep feelings raging between the “new thing” advocates and the more traditionally minded jazz critics and fans in 1961 & ’62. Down Beat editor Don DeMichael, who was also a practicing musician and personal friend of John Coltrane, thought the rhetoric wars had gone on long enough and set up a forum in Down Beat for Coltrane and Eric Dolphy to discuss their music and their aims. We should be glad he did. This makes for enlightened and fascinating reading.

-Michael Cuscuna
Read Interview…

Follow: Mosaic Records Facebook Tumblr Twitter


Molly Nilsson “Blue Dollar”

(Source: youtube.com)


auspices:

Morocco. Cross processed slide film on a Yashica T5.

Richard P J Lambert


The second night of a two night run of back-to-back DJ sessions at the Hare and Hounds in Kings Heath, with myself & @floatingpoints. Massive shout to all the venue staff, Adamus Oregano, Matt, The sound crew (Bernie, Tony & Greg) & the lovely people of Brum for 2 amazing nights. Very inspiring!

Photo by Jack Spicer Adams Photography http://www.jackspiceradams.com
More pics here.. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.644871188883263.1073741828.410801738956877&type=1

For a full list of Scruff Gigs go to http://mrscruff.com/gigs/

Floating Points gigs: http://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/floatingpoints

New Scruff album ‘Friendly Bacteria’ released 19th May on @ninja-tune