The last round up mix before 2011 says goodbye. This one collects some more of the wonderful, strange and experimental music released this year. It gets quite dark in places, but there's a few poppy moments too. No beatmatching here, just a mood. Enjoy this ramble through the year.
The first in a series of mixes to round up 2011. I don't know about you, but I'm a real nerd when it comes to the end of year best of lists, poring over them like a squinty and excitable mole. So I'm going to do a few mixes that gather together what impressed me in the musical year of 2011. This one is a bit of a hodgepodge, but it works in some bizarre way. More to come.
Feed Me Weird Things Presents Christmas Turkey sandwich Mix 2011
The turkey sandwich is one of the joys of Christmas. When evening sets in and you've had a few tipples and your belly has deflated somewhat. It's time to cram in more of the cold bird that you ate for dinner earlier. This mix is a bit like that - a welcome bloated, but satisfied feeling. Don't worry veggies, it's for you too. FMWT's annual Christmas mix is something to savour. This one has goodies including Christmas tunes from Iceland, Mexico and Jamaica. New ones from Gruff Rhys, Múm, She & Him, Paul Simon and Peter Broderick. There's old seasonal favourites like Star Wars, Seasame Street and Cassetteboy and a host of other cream filled sweet tunes. Enjoy this sandwich and Merry Christmas everyone!
Flirt FM Presents Feed Me Weird Things - Why So Glum? 30th Nov'11
Special Guest in the studio this week is deletia and he brings one of his own freashly made tunes, as well as some choice selections and a virtual tear. Also new music from Zomby, Floating Points, David Lynch, Pinch & Shackleton, Oneohtrix Point Never & James Ferraro. And Ini Kamoze texts in.
Flirt FM Presents Feed Me Weird Things - Spongebob Squashedpants Edition 23rd Nov '11
This show is inspired by the 30th anniversary of Manuel Gottsching's seminal album E2-E4. So there's a whole lot of synthesizers in there. Also, Bobby O; High NRG pioneer, loads of quality *FREE* Irish electronica and a man controlling his synths using only his brainwaves.