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Three on a Thursday #112


tumblr_lev8lqCZ9h1qapxx6o1_500Festive binge session over, I’m back with three of the finest tunes to have graced my ugly lugholes since the last one of these was posted – which to be honest an almost embarrassingly long time ago …

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Three on a Thursday #101


lego-recordplayer-590x330Ok, Thursday- here we go

I was seriously considering doing a ‘Room 101’ style Three on Thursday this time round, highlighting 3 tracks I just can’t abide and ceremonially locking them away for eternity.

Thing is, that would have entailed trawling through a sack of utter dross from the Tweetie Song to anything Abba have ever written, rather than actually listening to tunes, y’know, I might actually like…

So, lets stick to the script, eh, after all, it’s lasted for the first 100 of these …

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Three on a Thursday #95


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Mmmm, sat here stuffed with fried chicken from the awesome meatandbread who was at one of the rash of street food joints that have sprung up in Bristol recently, Bristol Eats (it was rather good and I’d  recommend it)

Y’never know, you might see me playing there sometime soon ..

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Three on a Thursday #88


!B5vyBW!CGk~$(KGrHqV,!iMEyeLYuMs2BMu0ZNS+1g~~0_35Ungh – I have a  horrendous cold, and my daughter has been awake at 4am for the last three nights. Intro spiel not happening.  Tunes below the fold

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Mr Boss / The Landing: Part II


The collabo list on Mr Boss’s The Landing II reads like a who’s who of UK Hip-hop right now, with everyone from the young thrusters Fliptrix and Ramson Badbonez from High Focus to the (relatively) old heads of the scene, Stig of the Dump and Dr Syntax, so this promises much … does it deliver?

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Three on a Thursday #69


I’ve been in one of those cheerful summer moods this week, largely due to a weekend camping in the Isle of Purbeck for the tenth anniversary  of Chilled Cider fuelled by Hecks Kingston Black Scrumpy (thanks Mr Heap) Cuban Cigars (thanks bruv) and some excellent music at the Square and Compass courtesy of Pete Lawrence, with the highlight being The Destroyers, who you should definitely go and see if they end up near you.

Headline props this week must go to Hidden Riddim for bringing the first couple of tracks to my attention – bigs ups sir!

Onwards!
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