the revolution must have a soundtrack. wednesday drive with brett, 16/07

another week of excitement and sweet tunes.


2562 – Morvern

Bloc Party – Mercury

Collapsing Cities – Fear of Opening my Mouth

DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979 (oh yeah)- Romantic Rights (live CBS radio session)

The Decievers – Basement Funk

The Hungry Eyes – Bees

Grayson Gilmour – Follow Me Around

The Mighty Boosh – Soup Song

The Magic Numbers – Take a Chance

Red – Simmer

Ladytron – Ghosts

Surf City – Free the City

Urban Notion – Modaji


The ‘Dig!’ Double Up:

The Dandy Warhols – Now You Love Me

The Brian Jonestown Massacre – Mansion in the Sky

Thought Creature – Words Can’t Save You

P- Bass Expressway – Easyride

Crystal Castles – Vanished

The Fall – Taurig

Stanton Warriors – I Want To Need To

Shy FX & T-Power – Feelings

Tono – Daffodils & a Cashbook

The Album Leaf – Always for You

Ladyhawke – Always For You

The Actualities – Fools Run Wild


‘le discothèque heure’

Shantel feat. Boban Markovic Orkestar – Disko (friends of boban mix)

Kraftwerk – L’Homme Machine

The Youth For Christ International Teen Team – The Whole World In His Hands

Prinzhorn Dance School – You are the Space Invader (optimo espacio mix)

Hot Chip – And I Was a Boy From School

Flying Lotus – Parisian Goldfish

Nouvelle Vague – I Just Can’t Get Enough

The Specials – Ghost Town

DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979 – Black History Month (Fred Falke and Alan Braxe remix)

Wade Nicholls – A Horse With no Shame (re-edit of America’s ‘Horse With No Name’)

Willie Nelson – Georgia On My Mind

The last ten minutes of this evening’s show – where I dropped a subtle re-edit of some some mainstream 70s pop – generated a great deal of controversy. (one angry phonecall, one text message, and one mild rant from your host, to be precise) The track in question came my way via a nifty little blog called ‘music for robots’ which covers a range of music, from house and electro to and, well… dad-rock. You can check the edit out for yourself here. I felt it was in keeping with the ‘discothèque’ theme. If you feel you need to compare it to the original, look no further than your parents’ record collection.




cheers to Annie for the props.


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