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By Mark Lancaster on 27/12/16 | Category - DJ Top Tens

Today we look at the favourites of Dave Collins from Podrophenia and Mark Lancaster from The Box Of Delights.

 

Dave Collins Top Five Albums

 

1. Blackstar - David Bowie

2. The Dear One - Baltic Fleet

3. With Wolves The Lamb Will Lie - MG Boulter

 


 

4. Pieces Of You - The Hummingbirds

5- Your Desert, My Mind - The Mutants.

 

Gig of the Year 

 

Howling Black Soul at Leigh Folk Festival


 

Mark Lancaster's Top Five Albums.

 

1. Hello Baby - Lack Of Afro


 


2. Moog Maximus - The Bongolian

3. Anonymous Nobody - De La Soul

4. Here - Teenage Fanclub

5. My Woman - Angel Olsen

 

Gig Of The Year 

 

Osaka Monaurail at 100 Club

 

Track Of The Year 

 

Superstition - Frank McComb


 


By Mark Lancaster on 26/12/16 | Category - DJ Top Tens

Today we look at the Festive favourites of Andrew Moore from Send It To The Seaside, Nick Dawson from Otherwires and Emma Reed from Culture As A Dare. 

Andrew Moore's Top Five Albums.

David Bowie - Blackstar

 

 

Bat For Lashes - The Bride

Car Seat Headrest - Teens Of Denia

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Skeleton Tree

Scott & Charlene's Wedding - Mid 30s Single Scene


Otherwires Top Five


Strobes - Brokespeak

Jeff Parker - The New Breed

Badbadnotgood - IV

 


 

The Comet is Coming - Channel The Spirits

Matthew Bourne - Moogmemory


Otherwires gigs of the year.


1. Sons of Kemet @ Village Underground

2. Strobes @ Birthdays

3. Binker & Moses @ Vortex

4. Tortoise @ Tufnell Park Dome

5. Matmos @ Oslo (the one with the washing machine, yerp!)

 

Emma Reed's Albums of the Year.


Laniakea - Pot of Powdered Nettles

Elza Soares - Woman at the End of the World

David Bowie - Blackstar

Heron Oblivion - Heron Oblivion

 


 

Gay Su Akol - Hologram Imparatorlugu

Elizabete Balcus - Conarium

MAG - Magnitude

Silvia Perez Cruz - 11 de Novembre

Sote - Hardcore sounds from Tehran

Rattle - Rattle

 

Gig of the year:

Sly and the Family Drone at Colchester Arts Centre

 

Discovery of the year:

Alix Dobkin

 



By Mark Lancaster on 24/12/16 | Category - DJ Top Tens

In part three of the Ship Full Of Bombs presenter Festive Favourites Al Johnson chooses his fav raves.

 

Indie Night In Festive 44


Fat White Family - Whitest Boy On The Beach

Savages - The Answer

Parquet Courts - Dust

Nots -  New Structures

Anohni - 4 Degrees

Fumaça Preta ‎– La Trampa

Jenny Hval -  The Great Undressing

Dinosaur Jr. - Tiny

Aphex Twin ‎–  Cirklon3 (Колхозная Mix)

Cate Le Bon - Wonderful

The Fall -  Wise Ol' Man (Edit)

Boss Hog - Wichita Grey

Mark Pritchard -  Beautiful People (feat. Thom Yorke)

Daughter – No Care

Melt Yourself Down -  Dot To Dot

DIIV - Under the Sun

Preoccupations - Anxiety

Tortoise -  Rock On

Swans - When Will I Return?

Pinkshinyultrablast -  The Cherry Pit

Angel Olsen - Shut Up Kiss Me

 


 

Sylvan Esso - Kick Jump Twist

Goat - Requiem - Union of Sun and Moon

Half Japanese -  Perfect

Teenage Fanclub - It's a Sign

Thee Oh Sees - Classic Bananas

Gazelle Twin -  Unflesh (Carter Tutti)

Future Of The Left - 50 Days Before the Hun

Massive Attack & Young Fathers - Voodoo In My Blood

Radiohead -  Full Stop

Guerilla Toss -  Diamond Girls

Pixies - Head Carrier

Brian Jonestown Massacre - Don’t Get Lost

Devendra Banhart -  Fig in Leather

PJ Harvey -  The Ministry Of Defence

Lord Numb - Insects

Clipping. - Wriggle

Plantman - Frost Fayre

Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions - Let Me Get There (feat. Kurt Vile)

Suuns - Translate

Sex Swing - Karnack

Pillow Person - On Your Way

Julia Ruzicka -  This Becomes Us (vocals Black Francis)

Deerhoof - The Devil and his Anarchic Surrealist Retinue


By Mark Lancaster on 22/12/16 | Category - DJ Top Tens

Continuing our SFOB presenters end of year best of's we have a look at the lists from Tom Burgess from The Dunce Confederacy and Daryl Easlea from The Spectacular. 

Tom's Top 5 Albums 


Plantman - To The Lighthouse


Teenage Fanclub - Here

 


Ultimate Painting- Dust


MG Boulter - With Wolves The Lamb Will Lie


Loren Auerbach & Bert Jansch - Colours Are Fading Fast


Best live act


The Oh Sees


Best new discovery


The Blind Shake


Most disappointing live act


Thurston Moore


Villain of the year


Joanna Newsom at End of the Road Festival


 

Daryl's Top Albums

Lemonade - Beyonce


 

 

A Seat At The Table - Solange


We Got It From Here . . . Thank You 4 Your Service - A Tribe Called Quest


Wild Flower - The Avalanches


Ft. - Hi Fi Sean


Best live act


Tuppenny Bunters 21/10/16


Best new discovery


Soffia


Villain of the year  


Nigel Farage



By Mark Lancaster on 21/12/16 | Category - DJ Top Tens

As 2016 comes to a close it is time once more to have a look at some of the tunes that have rocked the boat of your favourite Ship Full Of Bombs presenters. First up is Sea Shanties helmer Curly Dan Newman.

REGGAE

Sticky Situation - Kiko Bunn

Coconut Jelly Man - Shanique Marie & Cali P

This Town - The Skints ft Tippa Irie & Horseman

Under Arrest - Prince Fatty vs Mongo's Hi-Fi

To Li - Jojo Abot


WEIRD ELECTRONICA

Morning BJ - Point Point

I Feel Your Pain - SBTRK ft D.R.A.M.

Against All Logic - Linton Kwesi Johnson


POPTABULOSA

Hold Up - Beyonce

Christine - Christine & the Queens

All Night - Chance the Rapper

Crank It (Woah!) - Kideko & George ft Nadia Rose

Action - Cassius ft Cat Power & Mike D


DANCE STUFF

Heaven Scent - Soulwax ft Chloe Sevigny

Baby Do You Wanna Bump? - Todd Terje & the Olsens

Because- Smerz

Too Much Information- Dele Sosimi Afrobeat Orchestra (Laolu remix)#

Just Say- KDA ft Tinashe

Aburoy- Tek.Lun

Rinse & Repeat- Riton ft Kah-Lo

Housework- Jax Jones ft Mike Dunn & MNEK

Dear Love- Birthday Boy ft Dana

Goodbye- Feder ft Lyse

Peacemakers- Marcus Marr


OLD SKOOL SOUL/FUNK

Black Man In A White World- Michael Kiwanuka

Do It Again- Lady Wray

Cut Ya Down- Eli Paperboy Reed


HIP HOP

Panda- Desiigner

Skwod- Nadia Rose

Girls- Joey Purp ft Chance the Rapper

Pop Style- Drake ft The Throne

Cash Machine- Big Baby D.R.A.M.


SEXY SOUL

Honeycomb- Kadhja Bonet

Skipping Stones- Gallant ft Jhene Aiko

50/50- Ray Blk

Ultralight Beam- Kanye West

Redbone- Childish Gambino

It Really Happened- Paris Jones


LOST CLASSICS

Use My Body- Mavis John

Classical Gas- Mason Williams

Give Him A Great Big Kiss- The Shangri-Las

Too Drunk To F*ck- Dead Kennedys

Think Twice (Version X)- Jackie Wilson & Lavern Baker


SLOWIES

Four Ethers- serpentwithfeet

Work- Charlotte Day Wilson

Hell- Jordan Max

Only Heaven- Coldcut ft Roots Manuva

Faufile- Charlotte Cardin

SOS- Portishead


BEST SONG

Celebrate- Anderson .Paak

 


By Dan Newman on 04/02/16 | Category - DJ Top Tens

Curly Dan Newman takes a look at ten bands/acts that we should all be keeping an eye on in 2016, 

 

1. I've been listening to KALI UCHIS loads recently. She was born in Columbia and raised in Virginia, USA and produces and writes her own music. It's a warm mix of old school reggae, hip hop and electronic soul that could be big in 2016 me thinks. 

 

 

 2. Another recent musical obsession has been rapper and soul singer ANDERSON.PAAK. He's been around for a while (he's on his 4th album) but is really coming through now. with the recent release of hos new album 'Malibu' he's poised for greatness. His music is a heady mix of Kendrick Lamarr, Chance the Rapper and Prince. 

 

 

3. HINDS have also been around for a while but the lo-fi lady duo are exposure for their lovely naive and ramshackle ditties. 

 

 

4. PRINCE RAMA are another trendy female duo from the US. Their music is rough and shonky with more of an arty hipster vibe. There's a freshness to their sound and look that could catapult them somewhere special this year. 

 


 

5. I've been a bit obsessed with SOPHIE's productions for a couple of years now. Closely aligned with the PC Music stable his productions are really out there, using bubbles, pops, Hoovers and sound effects in place of regular percussion and drum machines. I'd always assumed he was a faceless, ugly, beardy studio bloke but actually he's kind of pretty, rather androgynous and very trendy. His music is tuneful but cutting edge and deserves to be massive but I kind of hope it's not so I can keep it a 'secret'!

 

 

 

6. JIMI CHARLES MOODY. There's been so much groovy music coming from Australia recently you'd almost imagine it's a cold and rainy place where everyone stays indoors writing music. This old fashioned troubadour has a great soulful voice and rather good songs. 

 

  http://en.musicplayon.com/play?v=168242

 

7. LADY LESHURR is a quick witted rapper from Solihull with some similarities to that other Brummie The Streets as she cheekily raps over rough demo beats. She's best know for her scathing 'Queen's Speech' series.

 

 

 

8. CLOVES. I like a good voice and folk goddess Cloves' voice is heaven-pure and classy. She's also another Aussie bringing it. 

 


 

9. SOFI TUKKER. Despite only realising two tracks so far, the guitar sex house of 'Drinkee' and the tuba led 'Matador', NYC based dance duo Sofi Tukker look set for big things. 'Drinkee' has already been used in an Apple Watch advert. 

 

 

10. JACK GARRATT. Generally deemed 'the one who will be massive in 2016' multi-instrumentalist Jack Garratt has been wooing punters and critics for a while now and momentum is growing. There are some similarities with much maligned ginger prince of the people, Ed Sheeran, with his ability to entertain large audiences playing solo with a few instruments and a loop pedal. he might not be super 'cool' but there's no doubt your gonna be hearing lots more about this fella. 

 


 



 

 


 

  


 

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