Cost of Living Name Your Price Digi Nuggets

Latest from yours truly, guitar-centric exotica informed by Lyman, Baxter, Morricone, and because it’s me, the tiniest touch of Art Of Noise/Anne Dudley (immense fan of Below The Waste). Did try to dial it back on this one, less of the big, layered pads, more emphasis on the instruments and feel. Fun one, been sitting on it for close to two years in one shape or another.

Some BC codes for you:

gnn9-vp7e
3wak-g2pu
aj9k-ulup
r932-jjan
a2xa-kg3e
uxb5-g3nk
vevf-74q9
68bm-5qgt
znx7-7tr7
z5ev-5nhv
n88r-7em8
5znd-57y2
gyae-75nh

https://faintwaves.bandcamp.com/yum

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Loving these Justin! Thanks for the codes x

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New album from 100 Poems.

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It’s got some lovely moments, and one track I’d gladly never hear again (you know the one)

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Hello @reubenturner , Delighted you like the album - 6 out of 7 tracks isn’t bad :smile: Appreciate all your support. Keep On, Keepin’ On brother. Peace & Love, 100 Poems (Mike x)

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Thanks for the post and share @Shane - that’s really appreciated. Big :heart: from Ireland brother x 100 Poems (Mike x)

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@Shane @reubenturner there’s a neat video released with the album for the tune “Believe (Everything Is Possible)'” - a beautiful cinematic slice of sonic positivity - on this link here - hope you like it. 100 Poems x

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Another Robot84 mashup freebie - Prince on top of Bambaataa

Soundsystems at Notting Hill Carnival, 1984-1998

Our mixtape-style selection of clips from tapes recorded live at soundsystems playing during London’s Notting Hill Carnival between 1984 and 1988, originally broadcast on NTS Radio in 2018, is the latest to be committed to cassette as part of our 10th anniversary series. Featuring sounds from the likes of Jamdown Rockers, Saxon, Java Nuclear Power, Killerwatt Turbotronic, Stereograph, Sir Coxsone, Volcano Express and more.

Audio sourced with the indefatigable efforts of the Who Cork The Dance crew - big thanks going out to Jayman, Ruff House, Keimo, Omar, Gee Wizz and the one Jah Humble.

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The 3rd instalment in the Follytechnic 80s music compilations, spanning the years 1980-87. Just under an hour long, packed with post-punk disco and funk, electro-pop, hi-NRG, synth-pop, Factory’s best ever single and much more

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Weatherall remix

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As heard on Loose earlier

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Both versions are ace, but Sean’s is the winner for me.

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90s Fat City/Grand Central comp

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Such a great comp. so many good memories listening to that.

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yeah - I played this in so many DJ sets - a very versatile compilation

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