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Tellings – No.10 – 2009-02-11

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Get the vibe deep inside yourself, let the groove penetrate in your body & mind, the love flow around you… these are things that this mix could suggest. I’m almost sure someone will be whispering something sweet to your ears while you’re moving your feet on this one.

01. Boxcutter – A Familiar Sound
02. D’Angelo – Alright
03. Joy Orbison – So Derobe
04. Rusko – Love Is Real
05. MJ Cole – You’re Mine
06. El-B – Show a Little Love (feat. Juiceman & Simba)
07. FaltyDL – Pink on the Inside
08. Guido – Beautiful Complication (feat. Aarya)
09. Mount Kimbie – Maybes
10. 2562 – Narita
11. Burial & Four Tet – Moth

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Tellings – No.07 – 2009-12-10

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I like funny things too. Those exceeding synth beats, R’n’b female voices over end-of-the-world industrial chaos & J-pop dubstep are the perfect vaccine against christmas songs spreading all over the world right now, by filling all the sound spectrum with their apocalyptic entertainement.

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The show will return after the visit of people from Laponia and the marvellous events celebrating the world going 2010. Only 2 more years to go, guys !

01. Guido – Orchestral Lab
02. Turboweekend – Something or Nothing (2000F & JKamata Remix)
03. Joker – Snake Eater
04. Gemmy – Johnny 5
05. LD – Shake It
06. Luke Vibert – Pretty Old Acid Music
07. Starkey – Striking Distance
08. Eero Johannes – Sumuhumus
09. Zomby – Digital Flora
10. Terror Danjah – Piano Madness
11. Rihanna – G4L
12. Pinch – Get Up (feat. Yolanda) (Jack Sparrow Mix)
13. 2562 – Love in Outer Space
14. Subeena – Solidify (feat. Jamie Woon & Om’Mas Keith)

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Black Box – No.14 – 2009-08-27

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Black Box No. 14 – This week we have a selection of funk, soul and RnB with a little bit of African contempory music thrown in for a laugh. I actually had to do this show twice after the original got deleted, however the show is pretty much unchanged between the two except for one or two songs. Really found an interesting link between what was happening in America and Africa during the 60’s and 70’s – even up tot he modern day. An exchange of influences is evident and there is such a close bond in the use of both rhythmic and vocal elements in the music…hope you enjoy.

01. The Bar Kays – Soul Finger
02. Ali Farka Toure – Soya
03. Sam Cooke and the Soul Stirrers – Jesus Give Me Water
04. Ladysmith Black Mambazo – Inkanyezi Nezazi (The Star and the Wiseman)
05. Voices of East Harlem – New York Lightning
06. The Impressions – People Get Ready
07. Aretha Franklin – Lee Cross
08. Martha Reeves and the Vandellas – Dancing in the Street
09. Parliament – Up for the Down Stroke
10. James Brown – Stone to the Bone
11. Fela Kuti – Original Suffer Head
12. Sly and the Family Stone – Dance to the Music
13. Sam Cooke – Having a Party (Live at the Harlem Square Club 1963)
14. Little Richard – Ready Teddy
15. Marion Gaines Singers – Grandma’s Hands

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