This is what we played:
You can find most the tracks on this Spotify Playlist.
You can find all the Kutiman tracks on this YouTube Playlist.
Cumbia – Tom Beesley
Cumbia began as a courtship dance practiced among the African population on the Caribbean coasts of Colombia. By the 1940s Cumbia began spreading from the coast to other parts of Colombia and eventually became popular throughout South America.
20:00 Navidad Negra – Pedro Laza Y Sus Pelayeros
20:02 La Piragua – Gabriel Romero
20:05 Baila Rosita – Los Guacheros
20:08 Tabaco Mascao – El Combo de los Galleros
20:11 La Subienda – Gabriel Romero
20:15 La Cologiala – Rodolfo y Su Tipica RA7
20:19 La Zenaida – Armando Hernandez Y Su Conjunto
20:23 Cumbia Cienguera – Conjunto Tipico Vallenato
20:26 Tabaco Y Ron – Rodolfo Y Su Tipica
Spoken Word – Jeremy Lewis
From the words of the beat generation scene, to the word on the street (and much in between), the Spoken Word has always been flowing alongside the mainstream. Taunting, tempting, twisting genres. Double entendres. Jazz collaboration. Syncopation. Hip Hop (Don’t Stop!) Pickpockets, peddlers, even post-punk poets posing as popstars, emancipating themselves from the mundane… It’s 4:18 am, again.
20:30 Introdiction – Scroobius Pip
20:30 The Wheel of the Quivering Meat Conception – Jack Kerouac
20:35 The Revolution Will Not Be Televised – Gil Scott-Heron
20:38 Gravel Pit – Wu-Tang Clan
20:42 Miami – Baxter Dury
20:47 Mad as Hell – Interrobang!?
20:49 Johnny Clarke Talkin Sweet – John Cooper Clarke
20:50 Ah Pook The Destroyer – William Burroughs
20:53 Garage Palace feat. Little Simz – Gorillaz
20:53 Whoops – Kate Tempest
Guy Stevens – David Grice-Ellis
Guy Stevens was the first house producer for Island records where he recorded acts such as: Free, Traffic, and Mott The Hoople. Later in his career he produced London Calling by the Clash. He was also a hugely influential Mod DJ at the Scene Club in London in the early 1960s.
21:00 Career Opportunities (Demo) – The Clash
21:03 Let’s Stick Together – Wilbert Harrison
21:06 Walk In My Shadow – Free
21:09 Armagideon Times – The Clash
21:12 Flying Anchors – Art (soon to be Spooky Tooth)
21:15 At The Crossroads – Mott The Hoople
21:19 Midnight to Stevens – The Clash
21:22 Sittin’ Here Thinking Of My Love – Traffic
21:25 The Wheel Of The Quivering Meat Conception – Mott the Hoople
Kutiman – Emily Muirhead
Ophir Kutiel, known as Kutiman, is an Israeli composer, producer and animator. In 2009, he released Thru You, an online music video project, featuring a mixture of samples of YouTube videos, the video project received more than 10 million views in around two weeks. The musicians do not know they are being sampled until they are sent a link to the finished video.
21:30 Mix Tel Aviv – Kutiman
21:33 Mix Hamburg – Kutiman
21:36 Backwards – Kutiman & Princess Shaw
21:39 Thru You Too: Give It Up – Kutiman
21:42 Inner Galactic Lovers – Kutiman
21:45 She’s a Revolution – Kutiman feat. Adam Scheflan & Karolina
21:48 Thru You Too: Now Is The Time – Kutiman
21:52 Thru You Too: Change – Kutiman
21:56 Thru You Too: This Is How I Feel – Kutiman
Chumbawamba – Jeremy Lewis
There will come a time (perhaps it is already upon us), when people will remember only three things about the Chumbas – Their Greatest Hit (there’s only one!), attacking John Prescott at the Brits, and the foul-mouthed, whisky-swigging, high-kicking nun (now to be found mostly on the BBC) who smoked cigarettes and plied the front row of audiences with spirits. How times change. Lest we forget, revisit the best of 30 years of anti-Thatcher, anti-Establishment, anti-Fascist fun. From anarcho-punk, through post-rave experimental synth-pop, to its latter-day incarnation as a touring band of agit-pop folk troubadours, this was Chumbawamba.
22:01 Add Me – Chumbawamba
22:05 Jacob’s Ladder (Not In My Name) – Chumbawamba
22:07 Homophobia (Live) – Chumbawamba
22:10 On eBay – Chumbawamba
22:14 Mouthful of Shit (Live) – Chumbawamba
22:18 Tubthumping – Chumbawamba
22:22 Enough Is Enough (Kick It Over) – Chumbawamba
22:27 Bella Ciao – Chumbawamba
Martin Hannett – David Grice-Ellis
Martin Hannett was a legendary Manchester producer and musician. His break was producing the Buzzcocks’ seminal Spiral Scratch EP. He went on to produce records by Jilted John, Chris Sievey, Magazine and many others. But it is his production of Factory bands Joy Division and New Order that he is most often associated with.
22:30 Beginning – The Durutti Column
22:33 Shadowplay – Joy Division
22:36 Drummer Boy – Pauline Murray & The Invisible Girls
22:40 First Aspect Of The Same Thing – Martin Hannett
22:43 Beasley Street – John Cooper Clarke
22:46 Ceremony – New Order
22:50 Boredom – The Buzzcocks
22:55 The Light Pours Out Of Me – Magazine