Tag Archives: Jazz

Three on a Thursday #144


 

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(Oooops – forgot to hit ‘post’ before I went away for the weekend, so I’ll just jump in the time machine fix it … or just post it as is!)

Bit of a mad rush this week, as I’m off to the wonderful Farmfest in a mo – two days in a sunny (ahahahaha I’ve seen the weather reports) field. Hey, at least the tunes are going to be amazing.

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Three on Thursday #132


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It’s felt like spring this week hasn’t it? Sun on my back, not getting utterly soaked and frozen cycling to work  – I could get used to this (sadly, knowing the British weather, this is as good as it’ll get all year …)

Right, tunes.

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Three on a Thursday #96


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Yeah a day late, but it means I’ve got some tidy tunes for you – I’m sure you’ll forgive me.

Odd little realisation – I’ve seen every band/producer listen below live …

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Three on a Thursday #91


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I’m getting worse at this remembering to blog tunes for you mob on a Thursday don’t I? With one thing and another, specifically an almost two-year old thing, I rarely get the sort of long stretches of unbroken time in which I can finely hone a blog post for you …

This week however …

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Three on a Thursday #83


Well, ok, Three on a Friday, and after missing last week entirely.

I know, I’m useless.

Sorry.

Tunes to make up for it?

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Three on a Thursday #78


It’s that time of the week again – new tunes to my ears dropped into yours.

IF you like this sort of thing there’s a stack of good stuff on the go at the mo.

Tonight the Riddim Fruit boys  Rackabeat and Bar-low with at Number 51 and on Saturday is WHOMP! time again at Basement 45 on Saturday.

There’s also a chance to see me dig back into my 15 year old selfs record bag as I’m in the hot seat for Purple Radio’s School of Rock show on Friday afternoon … nary a breakbeat in sight.

Enough pimpin’, on with the tunes.

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Jesse Futerman – Fuse The Witches


Though this blog sometimes seems to fixate upon the biggest and bounciest of Ghetto breaks and hip-hop, there is a softer, gentler, more cuddly side to your humble blogger, and the new Jesse Futerman EP is definitely appealing to it.

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