Radio Show: July 26th 2009 // Post Latitude, pre Secret Garden Festival prerecord, plus Competition Corner!

July 26, 2009

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In the second prerecorded show in as many weeks (although not quite as blearily early as last time’s), Matt and Dionne look forward to Secret Garden, look back at Latitude, and generally bicker like bratty siblings, all for your aural amusement.

Not only that, but somewhere in the show is the chance to win one of five copies of Fever Ray’s outstanding debut album… once you’ve heard the question and googled the answer, drop us an email at post@totallywired.co.uk and we’ll pick the winner out of a big tombola barrel that we liberated from a church fete in Aspley Guise.

Music wise, you can hear Tiga, Miami Horror, Mercury nominees The Invisible (congratulations fellows!), a Phoenix remix (oohhhh, aliteration) by Alex Metric, Golden Silvers and a vintage 60s pop track from French sauce-pot Annie Philippe.

Here’s the show then, and below that, the playlist. Have a great week!

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Kid Creole and the Coconuts Going Places (Zemix version) ZE records
Golden Silvers Arrows of Eros XL
Miami Horror Don’t be on with Her EMI
Beastie Boys Sure Shot Grand Royal
PVC Street Gang Cutlass  Unsigned
Passion Pit Better Things  Frenchkiss Records
Micachu and the Shapes Eat Your Heart Accidental
Arthur Russell Arm Around You Audika Records
Wave Machines I go I go I go  Neapolitan Recordings
Neon Indian I should have taklen Acid with you  Lefse/VCR
Hudson Mohawke Polkadot Blues Warp
Mirrors Look At Me Unsigned
Volcano! Africa Just Wants to have Fun The Leaf Label
Annie Phillipe C’Est La Mode Rivièra
Yeasayer 2080 We Are Free
First Aid Kit Little Moon Wichita
Peter Bjorn and John Saying Something Wichita
Those Dancing Days Actionman Witchita
Caetano Veloso Um Canto De Afoxe Para O Bloco De Ile (Ile Ale) Luaka Bop
Lloyd Charmers & The Soul Stirrers Come See About Me Trojan
Wild Beasts The Fun Powder Plot Domino
Tiga Shoes Turbo Recordings
Phoenix Lisztomania (Alex Metric Rmx) Cooperative
Emperor Machine Kanananana DC
The Invisible Jacob and the Angel Accidental
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Radio Show: 19th July 2009 – LOOP Festival Highlights!!!

July 19, 2009

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Relive LOOP with us as we remenisce the best bits of the weekend. Dionne and resident guest presenter Andrea Fox hunted down some fresh meat to talk to and report back with interviews from Heels Catch Fire, Plugs, The XX, Datarock, Half Sisters, Mirrors and the ever etherial Fever Ray for your bones.  Tuck into music from artists who played as well as some prime cuts of beef from Chromeo (surely the best children’s TV song, ever!), Peter, Bjorn and John and one of our favourites, Tanlines.  Matt also gives us the lowdown on the TV On The Radio gig at Brixton. Some nerve!

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And here’s the playlist!

Lo Fi Fnk Wake Up Kitsune
The Invisible London Girl Accidental
Heels Catch Fire What You Did Know What You Didn’t Know Unsigned
Chromeo Nice and Clean Unreleased
The New Wine Dragon Telle
The XX Teardrops Unsigned
Mirrors Look at Me Unsigned
Telepathe Chrome’s On It (Tanlines remix) CoOperative
Plugs That Number People in the Sky
The Field The Field Kompakt
Phoenix If I ever feel better CoOperative
Datarock Give It Up Nettwerk
Peter Bjorn and John Let’s Call It Off (Girl Talk Remix) Wichita
Kleerup Longing for lullabies (Joakim remix) EMI
Fever Ray I’m Not Done Rabid
Fever Ray Triangle Walks Rabid
TV On The Radio Make Love All Night Long 4AD
Tanlines Bejan Kitsune
Cut Copy Hearts On Fire (Joakim Remix) Modular

Heroine: Lizzy Mercier Descloux

July 7, 2009



Radio Show: July 5th 2009 // Independents Day plus Festival Goolies!!!

July 5, 2009

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With Matt back in the coup after his Glastonbury jolly (he doesn’t like outdoor living) we’re reunited like two peas. Little did Matthew know a little gift in the form of song was awaiting him for our opening track. Flashback to a little known place called 1981 – that’s his birth year. He won’t thank me for that. Anyway, on the show this week, we salute Independent’s Day (not the Federal holiday but instead the international celebration of independent music across the globe!), salivated at the artists scheduled to appear at LOOP and Latitude 09 which are the next festivals for the diary (Note to Matt: get a waterproof tent), and rubbed our thighs with glee at the new Discovery release (album of the week). Of course it wouldn’t be right without some rare cuts from the king himself, Mr Michael Jackson.

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Enough chitter chatter here’s the playlist:

Altered Images Happy Birthday Portrait Records
We Were Promised Jetpacks It’s Thunder and it’s lightening FatCat
Staff Benda Bilili Avramandole Crammed Discs
Datarock Computer Camp Love YAP
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Red Right Hand Mute
Yeasayer 2080 We Are Free
Medium Medium Hungry So Angry Cherry Red
Michael Jackson Don’t Stop til You Get Enough (Demo) Sony
Discovery I wanna be your Boyfriend XL
Telepathe Chrome’s on it (The Shoes Rmx) I Am Sound
Discovery Swing Tree XL
The Agitator Let’s Start Marching Unsigned
The Noisettes Wild Young Hearts Vertigo
Rockwell Somebody’s Watching Me Motown
Heartbreak We’re Back Vice
Elizabeth Walling The Terrible Hour Unsigned
Blue Roses I Am Leaving Matador
Phoenix 1901 (Pete Herrs Symphonic Remix) EMI
Discovery So Insane XL
Golden Silvers Arrows of Eros XL
Pet Shop Boys Opportunities Sony
Emperor Machine Kananana DC
Peter Bjorn & John School of Kruit Witchita

Independent’s Day ICA gigs!

July 4, 2009

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    With Independent’s Day upon us we’re feeling particularly excited about the week-long celebrations at the ICA. The idea is that a selection of indie labels curate a night for us to enjoy. Nice to see local label Fat Cat are representing as well as ex totallywired presenter, Marcus O’Dair in there with Grasscut (who i urge you to check out if you haven’t already). Just noticed he has a gig with Acoustic Ladyland and The Invisible 9th July at Cargo which sounds meaty in itself. But they’ll be down in Brighton for LOOP this weekend. Back to the point of this post- Independent’s Day gigs – we’re sure they’re going to be adequately brilliant. tickets via Live Nation. See you there! (See listings below)

    Bella Union (Monday 6th July)

    My Latest Novel
    Sleeping States
    Here We Go Magic
    Chimes and Bells

    Rough Trade Record Store (Tuesday 7th July)

    Terry Lynn
    Cymbals Eat Guitars
    Joe Gideon & The Shark

    Matador Records / XL (Wednesday 8th July)

    St Vincent
    Blue Roses

    Fat Cat / One Little Indian (Thursday 9th July)

    The Twilight Sad
    We Were Promised Jetpacks
    Kill It Kid

    Ninja Tune (Friday 10th July)

    Daedelus
    DJ Food
    Grasscut
    King Cannibal
    Cursor Minor