A month of misanthropic of Sundays

Posted by homoludo on May 23rd, 2013 filed in radio shows, Sixfoot Apprentice, writing

Lots of fun, the last while, with pahtays and full gigs( here, here , and following Janek Schaefer  here, here etc. Maybe I should plug gigs before they happen, but why discentivise peoples’ use of their detective skills?)   but that fun,  along with some podcast related admin guilt, has meant I’ve neglected this blog. That goes against my lean and mean PR strategy for self as brand, which reminds me , must get a Facebook I can neglect and link in with everybody…and be everybodies friend in a professional, friendly  manner…hmm…if I brand myself will it get better?

And now. A letter from out sponsor. The  radio shows are below.

Letter on Time and Work by Sean Bonney

So I guess by now you’ll have recovered from the voodoo routines at St Pauls. Guess its nice that we won’t have to pronounce the syllables Margaret Thatcher again. It all seems very distant now, like when you’ve been up for four nights, finally get some sleep, and then you’re sitting there drinking a cup of coffee trying to remember what the hell you’ve been up to. Do you remember that feeling? I still get it every now and again. Though obviously not very often these days. Anyway, the thing I remember most clearly is Glenda Jackson’s speech in parliament, yeh, when all the rest of them were wittering on about Thatcher and God and the entire fucking cosmos and there was Jackson laying out a few home truths. But really, it’s a measure of the weirdness of those few days how fearless that speech seemed: and, obviously, a measure of the weirdness that it actually was some kind of act of bravery. Tho the best bit was when the anonymous Tory MP started wailing “I can’t stand it” in the middle of it. Like, no, motherfucker, we can’t stand it either. We haven’t been able to stand it for years. Anyway, after listening to Jackson’s speech on youtube a few times, I went and checked her voting record in parliament – bit of a letdown, yeh. Abstained on the workfare vote, yeh. So that’s her, she can fuck off. She made a much better speech back in 1966, I think it was, playing Charlotte Corday in the film of Peter Weiss’ “Marat-Sade” – I guess you remember it, yeh, she’s up at the top of a ladder, going off her head, and screaming something along the lines of “what is this city, what is this thing they’re dragging through the streets?”. Christ, if she’d done that in parliament, I might have rethought my relationship with electoral politics. Well, maybe not. But seriously, what was that thing they were dragging through the streets on April 17th, or whatever day it was. Through that silenced, terrified city. I thought of Thatcher as some kind of rancid projectile, and they were firing her back into time, and the reverberations from wherever it was she landed, probably some time in around 1946, were clearly a more-or-less successful attempt to erase everything that wasn’t in a dull, harmonic agreement with whatever it is those vampires in parliament are actually trying to do with us. Firing us into some kind of future constructed on absolute fear. Or that future is a victorious vacuum, a hellish rotating disc of gratuitous blades, and they are speaking to you, those blades, and what they are saying is this: “one day you will be unemployed, one day you will be homeless, one day you will become one of the invisible, and monsters will suck whatever flesh remains on your cancelled bones”. And the grotesque and craggy rhythms of those monsters are already in our throats, right now. In our throats, our mouths, the cracked centre of our language transformed into the fascist syllables that are ring-fenced right in the middle of electoral democracy. Sharp barking. A geometrical city of forced dogs, glycerin waves, gelignite. What a strange, negative expression of the scandalous joy we were all feeling, pissed out of our heads in Brixton, in Trafalgar Square, all of those site of ancient disturbances suddenly blasted wide apart, as if for even one minute we were actually alive. We were the defect in parliamentary law on those nights. That is, we were absolutely lawful. I walked home and I wanted to spray-paint “Never Work” on the wall of every Job Centre I passed, but already that foul, virtuous fear was sinking back into me, taking possession of my every step. I was thinking about Blanqui, right at the end of his life, sitting in his prison cell, knowing full well that what he was writing he was going to be writing for ever, that he would always be wearing the clothes he was wearing, that he would always be sitting there, that his circumstances would never, ever change. I was thinking about how the work-ethic these days is evoked obsessively, like in some kind of ritual, and how that work is absolutely fictional, an invisibility blocking every pavement I was walking down. I wanted to cry. In fact I think I did. Oh shit. Ancient disturbances. Ghost towns and marching bands. Invisible factories. Nostalgia crackling into pain and pure noise. No sleep. No dreams. An endless, undifferentiated regime of ersatz work. All of us boiled down into some stupid, Tory alarm clock. A ringing so loud we can no longer even hear it. Oh christ, I’m sorry. You don’t need to hear this shit, I know that things are getting bad for you as well. I kind of think you should ignore this letter. But please, I need you to reply. I need to know there is life out there.

So mon ami, here are the radio shows Sixfoot and I did in the last couple of months. I’ll fill in and fix up the tracklists over the next week or two.

PCPCRaidio_Filthy_Mc_Nasty -Haunted jungleology and Rustie esque dance/ hip hop hybrid



artist      song      album    label


  1. Jubei Feat. Flowdan- Say Nothin’ (Rockwell Remix)- Say Nothin’
  2. Pixel-Ericson Sandstone – Mantle
  3. Lee Gamble-Dollis Hill – Diversions 1994-1996
  4. Miles – Lebensform -Faint Hearted
  5. Aaron Dilloway -Side B-  Songs About Jason B
  6. Lee Gamble – Rufige- Diversions 1994-1996
  7. DSCRD-Aedificare- Stellate 4
  8. JK Flesh – Obedient Automaton -Worship Is the Cleansing of the Imagination
  9. Pete Swanson-Punk Authority-Punk Authority
  10. Staga – Wild For The Night (Doshy Remix)
  11. A$AP Rocky Featuring Skrillex & Birdy Nam Nam – Wild for the Night
  12. Starlito- Lurking with the Roosters (prod. by DJ Spinz & Southside)
  13. Doshy-Hornets -Electrophilic EP
  14. Gunpay – Foodchain
  15. Flava D- Home
  16. Pete Swanson-Punk Authority-Punk Authority


  1. SPEKULATIV FIKTION – “Night Owls” (from ‘Deathly Words’ on Spekulativ Fiktion’s Bandcamp site) IRE
  2. ANGEL HAZE – “On The Edge” (from Angel Haze’s Soundcloud site)
  3. ACTION BRONSON – “Compliments To The Chef (feat. Lauriana Mae)” (from Action Bronson’s Soundcloud site)
  4. JOEY BADA$$ & HARRY FRAUD – “Day In The Life” (from Harry Fraud’s Soundcloud site)
  5. T-WOC – “Sufferers” (from ‘Hoshorom EP’ on Invisible Agent Records) IRE
  6. GLITTERFACE – “Naughty Girl” (from Glitterface’s Soundcloud site) IRE
  7. K.FLAY & DANNY BROWN – “Hail Mary” (from K.Flay’s Soundcloud site)
  8. CAPLETON – “Dash Fire (KROMESTAR Remix)” (from Kromestar’s Soundcloud site)
  9. ANGEL HAZE vs JAMIE XX – “New York Is Killing Me (THE 83RD Remix)” (from Angel Haze’s Soundcloud site)
  10. RUBY GOE – “Get On It (EAN Remix)” (from EAN’s Soundcloud site)
  11. RUSTIE – “Slasherr” (from ‘Slasherr’ on LuckyMe Records)
  12. CANDIE HANK – “We All Go Die Tonight” (from ‘Groucho Running’ on Sonig Records)


PCPCRaidio_Buy_Out_Barbee_Q  Ska, reggae and dancehall(on the buy out riddim) fit for kiddies and barbees,  dancehall/french ragga jungle, summery experimental house



artist song album label

1. The Granville Williams Orchestra – Old McDonald Ska -Trojan Reggae For Kids Box Set
2. Ernest Ranglin – Surfin’ -The Rebirth of Cool 6
3. Collie Buddz Herb Tree www.theheatwave.co.uk/blog
4. Elan – Red_Red_Wine
5. Beenie Man Row Buy out
6. Sean Paul – Like_Glue
7. RCola Nuttin A Go So Nuttin A Go So / Pass The Dutchie
8. Unknown-??? – Jungle party)french ragga jungle bootleg vinyl with bad titles
9. Unknown yu want everything- Jungle party)french ragga jungle
10. Unknown – AC Tone – feat Prince Speedy P & Lord Kossity – french ragga jungle bootleg vinyl with bad titles
11. Unknown-Tic tac- Daddy Pleen ??? – Jungle party)french ragga jungle bootleg vinyl with bad titles
12. Unknown-??? – Jungle party)french ragga jungle bootleg vinyl with bad titles
13. Sound Stream aka Soundhack Julie’s Theme Julie’s Theme
14. Fennez-Fa_Mark_Fell_Remix
15. Annie The Greatest Hit (Dub Mix)


  1. UNCLE LEW – “Contemporary Man” (from ‘V/A 2013’ on Alkalinear Records) IRE
  2. LETHAL DIALECT – “Keep It Real (RICHIE KABOOGIE Remix)” (from Richie Kaboogie’s Soundcloud site) IRE
  3. MISSING FUNDAMENTAL – “Slop Hop” (from Missing Fundamental’s Soundcloud site) IRE
  4. MADEK – “Straight Up No Messing” (from ‘Meas Mór’ on Alkalinear Records) IRE
  5. T-WOC – “Sufferers” (from ‘Hoshorom EP’ on Invisible Agent Records) IRE
  6. GLITTERFACE – “Naughty Girl” (from Glitterface’s Soundcloud site) IRE
  7. POWER – “Longer Days Darker Nights” (from XLR8R site) IRE
  8. REPLETE – “Deesect” (from ‘Replete EP’ on Replete’s Bandcamp site) IRE
  9. EEOO – “Haunted Dancefloor” (from ‘Angel EP’ on Eomac’s Bandcamp site) IRE
  10. MAJOR GRAVE – “Paramedics” (from Major Grave’s Soundcloud site) IRE
  11. CL MOONS & LEMONADA – “Nino Future Of Latin” (from CL Moons’ Soundcloud site) IRE


PCPRaidio__We_Had_Dream_Last_Night        Creepy techno about twins, noisy hip hop.



Artist Title Album

The Pharcyde L.A. JAY Remix Otha Fish
Le1f Pocahontas ft. Kitty Pryde (produced by Drippin) Fly Zone
Clipping intro mediocrity
Yves De Mey D1 Ice Carrier Counting Trigger
clipping killer (ft. kill rogers) midcity
Autechre recks on Exai
Biosphere Phantasm Patashnik
Polar Inertia The Last Vehicle The Last Vehicle EP
Aphrohead AKA Felix Da Housecat In The Dark We Live (Dave Clarke’s 312 Mix)
Rageous Projecting Kevin Aviance  – Cunty (The Feeling) (Party Mix) Voguing & The House Ballroom Scene Of New York City 1976-96
Zebra Katz – Imma read –  Tricky Remix feat Tricky and Gangsta Boo
Container- Paralyzed- LP
Gesloten Cirkel Twisted Balloon (M-009)
Emptyset Function: Vulgar Display of Power (Roly Porter Variation) Demiurge Variations
Alice Donut -Tiny Ugly World- Mule


  1. MAJOR GRAVE – “Paramedics” (from Major Grave’s Soundcloud site) IRE
  2. LETHAL DIALECT – “Keep It Real (RICHIE KABOOGIE Remix)” (from Richie Kaboogie’s Soundcloud site) IRE
  3. MISSING FUNDAMENTAL – “Slop Hop” (from Missing Fundamental’s Soundcloud site) IRE
  4. RUSTIE – “Slasherr” (from ‘Slasherr’ on LuckyMe Records)
  5. UNCLE LEW – “Contemporary Man” (from ‘V/A 2013’ on Alkalinear Records) IRE
  6. BACONHEAD – “Lobsters” (from ‘Hawaii EP’ on Eat Concrete Records)
  7. SPOOKHOUSE – “DNMO” (from ‘V/A 2013’ on Alkalinear Records) IRE
  8. SWARM INTELLIGENCE – “Chasing Shadows” (from ‘V/A 2013’ on Alkalinear Records) IRE






  1. DIPLO – “Must Be A Devil” (from ‘Blow Your Head EP’ on Mad Decent Records).
  2. PRGZ – “Stompin” (unreleased).
  3. M.I.A. – “U.R.A.Q.T. (DJ C Remix)” (from ‘U.R.A.Q.T. EP’ on XL Records).
  4. THE BEATLES – “Twist & Shout (HOLLERTRONIX Remix)” (from ‘Hollertronix 3’ on Hollertronix Records).
  5. DJ C – “Jump Up & Bounce” (from ‘Unami LP’ on Mashit Records).
  6. PRGZ – “Hood Celebrity” (from ‘Fear & Loathing In Hunts Vegas’ on Mad Decent Records).
  7. DIPLO – “Fuji Ouija” (unreleased).
  8. KID 606 – “Mr. Wobbles Nightmare (SQUIRE OF GOTHOS Remix)” (unreleased).
  9. SQUIRE OF GOTHOS – “Big Yellow Smiley Faces” (from ‘We Do Scorpion Tings’ on Rag & Bone Records).
  10. DEAD PREZ – “Hip-Hop (SQUIRE OF GOTHOS Remix)” (unreleased).
  11. DJ C – “Du Ting” (from ‘Unami LP’ on Mashit Records).
  12. KANYE WEST – “Golddigger (DIPLO Remix)” (from Mad Decent’s soundcloud site).
  13. DJ C – “Nuttin Atall” (from ‘Sonic Weapons LP’ on Mashit Records).
  14. SQUIRE OF GOTHOS – “Bounty Ice-cream” (from ‘Rave Lord EP’ on Electrostimulation Records).
  15. DELACY – “Hideaway (SQUIRE OF GOTHOS Remix)” (unreleased).
  16. SQUIRE OF GOTHOS – “Life’s A Bitch” (unreleased).
  17. S-TYPE – “River Of Slime” (from XLR8R site).
  18. RICHIE KABOOGIE – “Sci-fi Radge” (unreleased). IRE
  19. RUSTIE – “Slasherr” (from ‘Slasherr’ on LuckyMe Records)
  20. CANDIE HANK – “We All Go Die Tonight” (from ‘Groucho Running’ on Sonig Records)
  21. LETHAL DIALECT – “Keep It Real (RICHIE KABOOGIE Remix)” (from Richie Kaboogie’s Soundcloud site) IRE
  22. CYLOB – “Rewind” (from ‘Rewind EP’ on Warp Records).
  23. APHEX TWIN – “Donkey Rhubarb” (from ‘Donkey Rhubarb EP’ on Warp Records).

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