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Jazz Rooms Sunday Social // 10 Aug 2018

8/10/2018
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Russ Dewbury plays tunes by Jake Mason Trio, Makala, Tune Yards and more.

Duration:01:19:03

The Mystery Lesson // 24 Jul 2018

8/2/2018
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Scorched sounds for parched ears on The Mystery Lesson this week, playing brand new out-sounds from around the world, including: gnarled freedom-riffage (mostly) from the North of England by Sloth Racket; a hard-swinging hard-bop banger from London by Mark Kavuma; ersatz orientalism from Sacramento by Swimming In Bengal; and deep Prog-jazz joy from Stockholm by Goran Kajfes Tropiques.

Duration:00:59:30

Mr Bongo Record Club episode 33 with Ed Macfarlane / Friendly Fires

8/2/2018
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This month Graham Luckhurst and Gareth Stephens are joined by Ed Macfarlane from Friendly Fires. Ed is a music fanatic with a lot of knowledge and a ton of records – we first got talking over our Arthur Verocai and Hareton Salvanini ’S.P. 73’ reissues. Then we got onto library, psych, synths, electronics and more… Ed recorded this mix for us in April: “So I did a mix. But its not 80s synth/library stuff. I just got back from a surreal and magical video shoot in Favignana (an island off...

Duration:02:12:01

The Mystery Lesson // 17 Jul 2018

7/17/2018
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Holy fast forward! It’s a tape special on the Mystery Lesson this week, playing out-sounds from around the world released on cassette only, including: weird vocal collage from Newcastle by Gwilly Edmondez; subterranean vibrations from Chicago by Mako Sica with Hamid Drake; minimal free-jazz from Montreal by Eave; and mysterious sounds from Brighton by Pills.

Duration:00:59:30

Freshly Squeezed // 04 Jul 2018

7/9/2018
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July’s episode of Freshly Squeezed is packed with new summer music for 2018. A host of upcoming sounds from Freshly Squeezed as well as labels including Island Records, Wah Wah 45’s, Tru Thoughts and Ragtime. Plus a vintage classic from Bob Marley via Vintage Remix at Love Supreme Festival and much more...

Duration:00:58:50

The Mystery Lesson // 03 Jul 2018

7/3/2018
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Great Holy Nebulae! It’s the Mystery Lesson, playing brand new out-sounds from around the world, including: quirksome fake-jazz from Norway by Skadedyr; an Anglo-Australian cosmic burn-out by Szun Waves; and pan-European bong-offs by Trio Sowari.

Duration:00:58:46

The Mystery Lesson // 26 Jun 2018

6/26/2018
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Tunes to soothe the savage breath on the Mystery Lesson this week, playing brand-new out-sounds from around the world, including: old-school UK improv by Evan Parker/Barry Guy/Paul Lytton; highly concentrated New York avant-jazz by Daniel Carter/William Parker/Matthew Shipp; and a just-unearthed miracle of previously unheard music by John Coltrane’s classic quartet circa 1963.

Duration:00:59:30

The Mystery Lesson // 19 Jun 2018

6/19/2018
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All heaven breaks loose on the Mystery Lesson this week, playing brand new out-sounds from around the world, including: piano abstractions from the north of England by Stephen Grew and Adam Fairhall; Anglo-Ukrainian harp meditations by Alina Bzhezhinska; and deep fourth-world perambulations by William Parker.

Duration:00:59:29

Mr Bongo Record Club episode 32 with Bedroom Disco

6/15/2018
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A month overdue yet again, sorry! We are insanely busy at the moment. Must try harder, we know. This month Gareth Stephens and Graham Luckhurst are joined by Bedroom Disco aka Flora & Mouse. They are London based DJs/selectors who share a passion for jazz, Latin, gospel and disco amongst other sounds. You can hear them spin on alternate Saturday mornings on the excellent Hackney internet radio station Netil Radio, as well as in bars and clubs across the city, very regularly.

Duration:02:04:37

The Mystery Lesson // 12 Jun 2018

6/12/2018
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It’s a vinyl special on the Mystery Lesson this week, playing select reissues and brand new out-sounds from around the world, including: underground vibes from Philadelphia circa 1972 by Kahn Jamal Creative Arts Ensemble; Norwegian prog-fusion from 1976 by Saluki; 21st century trip fodder from the US by Crazy Doberman; and the latest blast of free-jazz from London’s Wilkinson/Edwards/Noble.

Duration:00:59:30

The Mystery Lesson // 06 Jun 2018

6/11/2018
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Life’s a hoot with the Mystery Lesson, playing brand new and freshly reissued out-sounds from around the world, including: a scabrous noise-blast from Brighton by Aeliopile; a couple of deep doses of spiritual jazz from either side of the Atlantic by Emanative and Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids; and a newly unearthed nugget of super rare Swiss psych-jazz circa 1973.

Duration:01:00:00

Freshly Squeezed // 06 Jun 2018

6/10/2018
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Independent summer releases are coming thick and fast. June’s Freshly Squeezed picks out notable highlights including many new and forthcoming releases; Alice Francis in collaboration with Club Des Belugas, The Sweet Life Society and their new album Antique Beats, the second album from Linear John and a classic from Ruth Brown. Expect the usual vintage remix and electro swing with a little extra Latin and Reggae flavours thrown in for good measure. Enjoy.

Duration:01:03:04

The Mystery Lesson // 15 May 2018

5/15/2018
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Hop on for a brand new Mystery Lesson featuring fresh out-sounds from around the world, including: epic jazz from California by Rent Romus; free-rock from Glasgow by Drawn To Water; heavy Latin vibes from Manchester by Chip Wickham; and a newly reissued gem of Norwegian jazz circa 1970 by Svein Finnerud Trio.

Duration:00:58:50

Freshly Squeezed // 03 May 2018

5/7/2018
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May’s Freshly Squeezed show spans music from as early as 1931 to as late as next month (!) and includes a more than usually large dose of upcoming club sounds ahead of the UK Festival season. As always, new releases rub shoulders with classics in an eclectic and jazzy set where quality is the only thing we worry about.

Duration:00:59:33

The Mystery Lesson // 01 May 2018

5/1/2018
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Well, spool me backwards! It’s a tape special on the Mystery Lesson this week, playing new and recent releases on cassette from around the world, including: minimalist sci-fi drone from Brighton by DR:WR; Anglo-Irish acoustic improv by John Russell and Paul G Smyth; and rough noise puke from Newcastle by Yeah You.

Duration:00:59:30

The Mystery Lesson // 24 Apr 2018

4/24/2018
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It’s a vinyl special on the Mystery Lesson this week, playing brand new out-sounds from around the world, including: heavy avant-jazz from Chicago by ADT; flying free-bop from Norway by Gard Nilssen’s Acoustic Unity; North African-tinged desert jams by Anouar Brahem; and a deeply weird excursion from the UK by Ahmed.

Duration:01:00:36

The Mystery Lesson // 10 Apr 2018

4/11/2018
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Batten down the hatches! It’s The Mystery Lesson, playing brand new out-sounds from around the world, including: twitchy improv from Amsterdam by Omawi; ; glossolalia from London by The Dissolute Society; and a high-energy sax-drums duo from the US by James Brandon Lewis and Chad Taylor.

Duration:00:59:29

Freshly Squeezed // 05 Apr 2018

4/10/2018
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April's show is again packed with new releases and exclusive previews of upcoming tunes. Includes the revival of the Blue Cover series 2.0 and a new EP from one half of The Gentlemen Callers of LA, Atom Smith. More from the Swingrowers new album, the return of Brazilian DJ collective Shaka, news of summer festivals and Island Records’ Vintage Remix imprint, not to mention a new electro swing EP from Jenova Collective.

Duration:01:01:02

The Mystery Lesson // 03 Apr 2018

4/6/2018
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It’s a vinyl special on The Mystery Lesson this week, playing new and reissued out-sounds from around the world, including: devotional sounds from San Francisco by The Church of St. John Coltrane; mid-60s French noir-jazz by Francois Tusques; Bay-Area improv by John Gruntfest and Greg Goodman; and an all-time banger by Pharoah Sanders circa 1970.

Duration:01:00:15

Mr Bongo Record Club with Allysha Joy // 16 Mar 2018

3/16/2018
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This month Gareth Stephens and Graham Luckhurst are joined by one of our favourite singers & musicians, Allysha Joy. Allysha is arguably most well-known as leading lady in Melbourne collective, 30/70, who released a great record on Rhythm Section. She also releases awesome music under her own name. Allysha has worked and toured with the likes of Alfa Mist, Jordan Rakei, Bradley Zero, So.Crates and Oscar Key Sung to name a few and played all over the world. She has put together a brilliant...

Duration:01:59:04