First Show of 2020 up on Mixcloud

Keeping it nice and gentle for this one.  A little ambient, reggae, gospel, soul and jazz selection…

Kleine Rosa Wolke – Argile
Fernando Falcão – Barracas Barrocas
Becker / Stegmann / Zeumer – Abends
Zann – Song For Lu Wang
Aisha – The Creator
The Congos – Row Fisherman Row
Sonia – Easier to Love
Omar Shooli – Hab Isii (Hug Me)
Tsvia Abarbanel – Wings of Love
Pastor TL Barrett & The Youth For Christ Choir – Like A Ship
Aretha Franklin – Never Grow Old
Alice Coltrane – Stopover Bombay
Resavoir – Plantasy
Nahawa Doumbia – Tou Dibile

Today’s Show Available on Mixcloud

November’s show went a little something like this, full tracklisting below. Go support that good music…

Patrick Cowley – Thrill of the Hunt
Glenn Astro – Slarutan (Pristine Mix)
Al Kent – Sing a Song
Àbáse – Align (feat. Wayne Snow)
Drummotive – Cluster
Saul – Earth & Rain (feat. Poppy Ajudha)
Anthony Naples – Pinao
Hugh Masekela – Don’t Go Lose It Baby
Nelsons Of The East – Burning Palm (Fantastic Man Awakening Dub)
Trackstars – Check the Technique
Will DiMaggio – Nice Vibe At The Dance
CZ Wang, Neo Image – Just Off Wave (feat. Separated at Birth)
Photek – Glamourama

A THGXTMID Mix: Daniel Venom Maunick – Foundations (Broken Beat Mixtape)

Daniel Maunick presents “Foundations”, key and influential bruk tracks selected and mixed by Far Out’s in-house producer. Daniel, aka Venom, has been a key part of recent albums by legends Azymuth and Marcos Valle, as well as producing broken sounds under the name Viper Squad.

Obsessed by jungle in his teens, he turned his attentions to a fresh and emerging sound from West London at the turn of the millennium. Much like the jungle scene this new style was based on dirty bass, broken beats, warm Rhodes and scattered snares.

Fuelled by artists like IG Culture, Afronaught, Phil Asher and a wealth of drum and bass pioneers at the helm, this new culture fused jungle, house, soul, boogie, latin and jazz resulting in some of the most exciting and futuristic music to come out of London.

This selection features music from drum and bass protagonist’s 4hero (both Marc Mac and Dego in a variety of guises) and Sonar Circle (Domu) as well some of the scenes most important artists including IG, Jazzanova, Kaidi Tatham and the Bugz In The Attic crew.

Daniels debut solo album “Macumba Quebrada” is out now on Far Out Recordings.

Daniel Venom Maunick – Foundations (Broken Beat) Tracklist

New Sector Movements – Anthem
Dapp – First Off (Dub Version)
Dego And IG Featuring Face – Searchin’
Critical Point Featuring Vikter Duplaix – Messages (Main Mix)
Daz-I-Kue Featuring RED – Soon Come (Afronaught Remix)
Pavel Kostiuk – Starlight Express
Voom Voom – Poppen
Jazzanova Featuring Vikter Duplaix – That Night
Nepa Allstars – The Way
Champion Soul – Watcha’ Got
Neon Phusion – The Future Ain’t The Same
Cousin Cockroach – This Ain’t Tom & Jerry
Domu Featuring Face – Save It
Ibex – Oasis
Moonstarr – Gluttony
Afronaut – Transcend Me
Ayro – Let This (Original Mix)
Aquanote – Only
Vikter Duplaix – Sensuality
Da One Away – Trash Da Junk
Ian Pooley – Whatz My Number (Jazzanova Remix)
Agent K – Ladies
Moonstarr – Greed (Remix)
Vikter Duplaix – Manhood
Cold Mission – Drug Store Rudebwoy (Nu-Era Remix)

The Latest Show on Mixcloud


If you missed it, take a listen over on the Noods mixcloud. These are the lovely tunes that got played…

Zann – Tatopani
Joe Armon-Jones – Icy Roads (Stacked)
Lynda Dawn – Move
Blackpocket – Wake Up Feel Good
D.K. – Going Into Trance
Primitive Source – Waaay Down
Two Thou & Dan Kinzelman – India Sci-Fi
Fantastic Man – Avocado Conception
James Massiah – Natural Born Killers (Ride for Me)
Daniel T. & DJ Duckcomb – Caribbean Son (DC Edit)
Kalbata ft. Tigris – Tamera
Dazion – Eberhardt Smurkface
Manzanem – Don’t Interupt
Lifetones – Good Side
Blackpocket – Sho U ft Fatima
Yu Su – Watermelon Woman (Francis Inferno Orchestra’s Augur Sacrifice Dub)

A THGXTMID Mix: Haze City – Calling Planet Earth (Cosmic & Deep Jazz Mixtape)

The Two Hungry Ghosts X Tell Me I’m Dreaming mixtape series continues with sixty minutes of cosmic and deep jazz, selected by producer Haze City (Cassé Records, Bristol).

The first to admit “he’s not a club DJ” this mix has been carefully designed to create a space for thought and reflection. Tracks are neatly interwoven into a natural and balanced journey. Spiritual messages and joyous melodies fill the selection in an uplifting celebration of planet earth and it’s creation.

Featuring Sun Ra, Art Ensemble of Chicago, Lloyd Miller, Horace Trapscott & The Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra, drop out and lose yourself in this deep, cosmic journey.

Haze City is a resident on Noods Radio, with a show every second Sunday of the month, where he plays inspirations and new discoveries, from Spiritual Jazz to Broken Beat.

Check out the Cassé Records back catalogue for a range of Nu-Jazz and Future Soul.

Haze City – Calling Planet Earth (Cosmic & Deep Jazz Mixtape)

Carlos Nino – “Friends”
Sun Ra – “Calling Planet Earth”
Art Ensemble of Chicago – “Mama Koto”
Dorothy Ashby – “Wax and Wane”
Ohio Penitentiary Jazz Ensemble – “Psych City”
Erick Cosaque – “Kominike”
Lloyd Miller – “Gol-E Gandom”
Mulatu Astatke – Yekermo Sew”
Fitz Gore – “Gisela”
Obie Jessie Quartet – “Black King”
Horace Trapscott & The Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra – “Peyote Song No iii”
Andrew Hill – “Illusion”
Pharoah Sanders – “Astral Travelling”
Lonnie Liston Smith – “Sais”

Links: Haze City Bandcamp / Tell Me I’m Dreaming

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A THGXTMID Mix – Luís Barata Da Rocha – Fechando O Verão (Brasil Mixtape)

Two Hungry Ghosts and Tell Me I’m Dreaming team up for a regular series of Sunday Morning mixtapes.

Inspired by their work together on BS1212, an online Radio Show that featured guest mixes and regular selections from Neil Sherwood (Tell Me I’m Dreaming), Dave Sector (Two Hungry Ghosts) and good friends Black Classical and Sonar’s Ghost, this series of mixtapes will set the tone for lazy Sunday’s and provide a soundtrack for those after-party recovery sessions.

First up is Luís Barata Da Rocha with 70 minutes of music from Brasil, a regular listener to the BS1212 show this mix so impressed jazz authority Black Classical we knew it would be the perfect way to launch the series.

Sit back and close the Summer with Luís Barata Da Rocha’s enchanting and uplifting mix.

Luís Barata Da Rocha – Fechando O Verão (Brasil Mixtape)

01. “A Última Sessão de Música” (Milton Nascimento)
Milton Nascimento, “Milagre dos Peixes” LP
XSMOFB-3762 / 1973 Odeon

02. “Águas de Março” (Antônio Carlos Jobim)
João Gilberto, “João Gilberto” LP
2451 037 / 1973 Polydor

03. “O Sol Nascerá” (Cartola, Elton Medeiros)
Cartola, “O Divino Cartola” 7” EP
‎3087 / 1964 Mocambo

04. “Barracão” (Luiz Antônio, Oldemar Magalhães)
Pernambuco do Pandeiro e Seu Regional, “Batucando No Morro” LP
LP TR – 002 / 1958 Tiger Alta Fidelidade

05. “Vim de Sant’ana” (Theo de Barros)
Quarteto Novo, “Quarteto Novo” LP
MOFB 3503 / 1967 Odeon

06. “Trupe” (Amaro Freitas)
Amaro Freitas, “Rasif” LP
FARO205LP / 2018 Far Out Recordings

07. “Sanfona” (Hermeto Pascoal)
Hermeto Pascoal, “Made Of Music” 12” EP
20180415 / 2018 Budweiser

08. “Embolada das Meninas” (Tradicional)
Beija-Flor e Treme Terra, “Música Popular do Nordeste 4” LP
403.5004 / 1973 Discos Marcus Pereira

09. “Esquenta Mulher” (Sebastião Biano)
Bandinha de Pífano, “Zabumba Caruaru” LP
104233 / 1972 CBS Entré

10. “Xeêm” (José Clementino, Luiz Gonzaga)
Camarão, “A Bandinha do Camarão” LP
CALB-5171 / 1969 RCA Camden

11. “Ritmo”
Sadao Watanabe, “Sadao Meets Brazilian Friends” LP
XMS-10003-CT / 1968 Columbia Takt Jazz Series

12. “Naturalmente” (Caetano Veloso, João Donato)
Fafá de Belém, “Êmoriô / Naturalmente” 7” Single
2171138 / 1975 Polydor

13. “A Gira” (Beto Scala, Umberto Silva)
Trio Ternura, “A Gira / Last Tango In Paris” 7” Single
2171075 / 1973 Polydor

14. “Batá-Cotô” (Hélio Rocha Filho, Paulo Sales Galvão)
Free-Son, “Banguelê” LP
SFC 371.001 / 1972 Solar Fidelity

15. “Baianá” (Maria do Carmo Barbosa de Melo)
Barbatuques, “Brasingles Vol. 2” 12” Maxi-Single
OMSD004 / 2018 Selva Discos

16. “Boa Noite (Tahira Rework)” (Traditional)
Baianas de Ipioca / Maceió / Alagoas, “Baianas / Alagoas – Documentário Sonoro do Folclore Brasileiro Nº 21” 7” EP
CDFB-021 / 1977 Funarte

17. “Cavalinho Cavalão (Tahira Edit)” (Sebastião Biano)
Banda de Pífanos de Caruaru, “Batuki / Cavalinho Cavalão” 12″ EP
TJ001 / 2016 Tiff’s Joints

18. “O Galho da Roseira (The Branches Of The Rose Tree) Part II” (Paschoal José da Costa, Vergelina Eulália de Oliveira)
Airto, “Seeds On The Ground – The Natural Sounds Of Airto” LP
BDS-5085 / 1971 Buddah Records

19. “Selim” (Hermeto Pascoal)
Miles Davis, “Live-Evil” LP
G 30954 / 1971 Columbia

20. “Sim” (Cartola, Oswaldo Martins)
Cartola, “Cartola”
MPL 9302 / 1975 Discos Marcus Pereira

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