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The release of our Wild West District today gives me the perfect excuse to post some recent folk music I haven’t included here yet. Although the district holds much more, from Argentinian and Peruvian cumbia bands to classic Breaks and … Continue reading

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Stick In The Wheel – From Here

Just as you smooth a cat or dog to make them placid, so too much music has been smoothed into submission. Tamed of all character and obedient to the needs of their masters, or rather record labels (and in many … Continue reading

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Whistling Treason – Rolling Down The River

Before festival season I have a morning ritual that involves a walk up and around Brandon Hill park here in Bristol, before climbing the Cabot Tower. Not only do you get a good 360 view of the city from above … Continue reading

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The Reaping #26

Another selection of Gyp-Hop, Hip-hop, One Drop, Argyle Socks, French Polka, Drunken English Folk, Rubadubstep and Grime. Soviet Suprem – Soviet Suprem Party Another fun and fantastic track from the Parisian duo and their mix of light hearted rhymes, Balkan … Continue reading

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English Folk (EFEx Day 1)

I couldn’t think of a more cutting description for a band than ‘nice’. I think if I were in a band, I’d rather be described as f**king awful, at least that means you’ve pushed a button somewhere, even if does … Continue reading

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