About once a month, a mysterious signal reverberates around London. Nobody quite understands the origin, but like migratory birds it draws your three hosts down to Tooting to chat shit and drink some bevs. Well, it only really lures me and Hanra down there as Christy lives there. All he has to do is open the door but very few people would actually invite us in, so you have to give him some credit.
Anyway Episode 5. Who would've thought we'd have made it this far? I like to think we're finding our feet, and I hope you listening.
The first of the songs that can't be tracked down on Spotify came from the brand new London Post-Punk band High-Vis and their gritty 'A Fist For When You're Down'. It's worth checking out the other tracks that also surfaced on their Bandcamp page, and I'll definitely be keeping a close eye on their movements to see what comes next.
Christy's funky Seychelles selection from Patrick Victor & Bwa Gayac is an obscure gem too, and the beneath video contains the whole of the live album but 'Tambour Moutia' will ring out as soon as you click play. I'm nice like that.
Hanra unearthed this Japanese madness from Jagatara, highlighting both the risk and the reward of 4chan boards. RIP Edo Akemo, we barely knew you.
My own random country pick was 'Rissala Min Qalandia' by Checkpoint 303. Their highly political but somehow peaceful mix of field recordings, samples and experimental electro worked well and they're definitely an interesting collective to check out.
I can't forget to add the Discogs page of our very own Christy O'Connor. There's a lot missing from that too, the guy is a genius.
Finally, if you have want more/have any Kid Rock news then please leave a message below or tweet me. If you want less Kid Rock news then please fax me. Any other suggestions/ideas are always welcome, but until next time, thanks for listening.