Having skipped the November show due to busy times ahead, the Raid System duo aka Broken Haze and XLII, return with a December show fresh from their new studio in Machida, Tokyo and as always packed to the brim with brand new dancefloor cuts and favourites.
Up this month XLII and Broken Haze take you through the latest releases from the likes of Mungo’s Hi Fi, Terror Danjah, Roska, Brenmar, Starkey, fLako, Salva, Fulgeance, Ango and more. Also included in this month’s show is new music from Milyoo on Subeena’s Opit label, his Archeology album is easily one of our favourites that has snuck in before the end of 2011.
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Raid System will return later this month for our joint end of year show where Primus Luta, Laurent and the Tokyo duo will run down their favourite music of 2011 in one handy, festive show to see you through the over-eating period.
Until then enjoy!
XLII Selection 1
Mungo’s Hi-Fi – Computer Age feat. Mr. Williams – Scotch Bonnet Records
DJ Roc – Get Buck Juice – Planet Mu
Fulgeance – La CitÃ© Des Anges – Melting Pot Records
P-Fang – Fog Juice – Low Riders
fLako – Broken Toy – Project Mooncircle
Broken Haze Selection 1
Milyoo – Dasein – Opit
Tommy Kid – East Street (Pasteman Remix) – Sounds of Sumo
Kidnap Kid – Shouldn’t be alone (123Mrk Remix) – Squelch and Clap
Salva – Obsession feat. B Bravo – Friends of Friends
Ango – What you lose – LuckyMe
XLII Selection 2
Damu – Ether – Keysound Records
Kuhn – Slime Beach – Civil Music
813 – Plumbeous Bubbles – Donky Pitch
Kush Arora – Repping and Stepping feat. Mega Banton – Kush Arora Productions
Terror Danjah – Morph2 feat. DOK – Hyperdub
Broken Haze Selection 2
WOZ – Gain – Black Butter
Roska – Without It (Terror Danjah Remix) – Roska Kicks & Snares
Starkey – Blood Roses – Ninja Tune
Brenmar – Temperature Rising – Hum+Buzz
Active Child – Hanging On – Active Child Music
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