Another hot bank holiday weekend, another hot SESHWYN podcast for your ear drums. Episode 8 comes through like the first sip of a ice cold beverage on the one day of the English Summer, and joining the usual cast of bandits is our funk correspondent Alex O'Connor.
Having previously sent through several song requests via postcard (somehow they reached us), we all felt like it was time to promote Alex to the big leagues as a reward for his musical knowledge, and not his blood relation to Christy. We here at the SESHWYN Studios can be accused of many things, but nepotism will not be one of them.
Anyway, I digress as per usual so just click play below.
Boying off the additional playlists, we're now adding all the new tracks to the 'EVERYTING [that can be found on Spotify] SESHWYN' playlist, presented for your ease and enjoyment below.
Kicking off the mighty Episode 8 is the Doomtree remix of the Gayngs track 'The Gaudy Side Of Town'. Renamed 'Fight, Fuck, Fall Asleep', the original was chopped and screwed by Cecil Otter and features Sims on mic. If that sounds like a lot of names for a track that clocks in at just over 2 minutes long then you're right, but if you like it then the whole mixtape is worth checking out right here.
The next elusive track that couldn't be added to the playlist was Christy's pick - DJ JD Sports featuring MC Pinty with 'This Just Life, Is Alright'. DJ JD Sports is another of Archy Marshall's (aka King Krule) many aliases, and this time sees him on production duties.
Finally Hanra served us with another of his deep cuts - Miho Fujiwara's infectious 'Heartbeat'. Part of the soundtrack to the 1986 OVA California Crisis, the boys actually sat down and watched it after we wrapped recording, but I was already wrapped up in Christy's bed with two t-shirts serving as my pillow. Who says this podcast life is all glitz and glamour?
Thank you all once again for listening, and a final thanks to Alex for making the trip down to Tooting and for his continued support. Hit us with your suggestions and ideas and who knows, one day you may make it onto the legendary SESHWYN ROAD PODCAST. See you in June...