As we tumble towards the year’s end we thought it was high time you got your next fix of Trick and Wrongtom – especially after we promised to do shows with more frequency from now on.
Coming up on this show: two exclusive – EXCLUSIVE!! – tracks from Mr Chop’s forthcoming Lightworlds LP (er, or EP… we’re not actually sure at the mo), the track from Purple Rain nobody released before now, Clint Eastwood (the MC, not the actor/director), Trick’s favourite late-90s dancefloor smasher (aka “Killa” by Smith & Mighty), Stone’s Throw’s soul hope Mayer Hawthorne and – in a rare bout of continuity and forethought – The Blue Aeroplanes…
How nice? VERY nice. Go get some!
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Is there any other show where you’d find the funky sass of Bo Diddley cosying up to the minimal 4/4 of Fulgeance? Or the funkiest version of the William Tell Overture ever recorded alongside the XXX-rated mutant dancehall of Major Lazer? Of course not – and hell, those are just Trick’s selections. On his part, Tom brings the entrancing Techno Twins to open with, the tighter-than-tight vocal harmonies of The Jihad, the proto-tabism of Death Comet Crew and even the new one from Stone’s Throw’s soul sensation Mayer Hawthorne. So much to enjoy, so get stuck in!
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Techno Twins – “Donald & Julie Go Boating”
Fulgeance – “Starbanging”
Muhsinah – “Are In Be”
Bo Diddley – “Elephant Man”
The Jihad – “Nineteen Sixty Something”
Jimmie Haskell – “William Tell Overture”
Death Comet Crew – “America”
Major Lazer – “Hold The Line”
Mayer Hawthorne – “Maybe So, Maybe No”
Soundbed for this show came courtesy of Bossasaurus and their excellent “Dino Riders Megamix”. Keep an eye on those guys – showing much promise!
Oh, and do check our Featured Video this week; Bo Diddley’s awesome cameo on Trading Places, which is worth watching for the look on Bo’s face right at the end…
See you next week for our Theme Special: “In Praise of the Upright Bass”!