The City Rises #096

Well after a hiatus which involved Martin L in Japan, Dan Dare doing gigs and Rambl battling various illnesses including a week-long bout of gastro, The City Rises returns in fine style with another selection of bodaciousness for our wonderful listeners.

We started off with a few classic moments in 7″ bliss from a few years back, with the incredible D-F (Dam Funk) remix of Red: The Man Without The Machine’s tune “I Should Tell Ya Momma On You” on Stones Throw records (check out the original discovery of the man):


as well as jams from Busy and Maxmillian Dunbar (I accidentally referred to his label as Outrageous Soulz which is actually the name of the track, the label is Future Times). Then it was time for some Aussie representation on the new Roots Manuva album, with our man Dizz1 providing the track for the tune “Here We Go Again”, plus heaps of new music from James Blake, Emika, Aardvark, Bnjmn, Juk Juk, Four Tet, Sully, Ifan Dafydd and Zomby. We also had a listen to some local jams from Booshank, Kloke and Galambo before going into some classic moments in deep house from Omar-S and Blaze. Quality stuff.

I was also briefly joined by the man behind Galambo, Bryan Phillips, who was on the show a month or so back. He is launching the debut album “Andakoyo” this weekend at Bar Open, check the flyer below (it’s FREE!). The album has been receiving great reviews, and was recently played by the Gotan Project along with a track from the Cumbia Cosmonauts who will also be playing the gig. TIP!!


i should tell ya momma on ya (d-f mix) :: red :: stones throw
outrageous soulz :: maxmillian dunbar :: future times
raid :: busy :: circulations
change your heart :: onra :: all-city
here we go again :: roots manuva :: big dada
aardvark :: eat concrete
professional lover :: emika :: ninja tune
we might feel unsound :: james blake :: atlas
light the way :: africa hitech :: warp
wisdom of uncertainty :: bnjmn :: rush hour
winter turns spring :: juk juk :: text
locked :: fourtet :: text
things fall apart :: zomby :: 4ad
hearts :: sully :: keysound recordings
miranda :: ifan dafydd :: white
little by little (shed remix) :: radiohead :: ticker tape
andakoyu :: galambo :: la sorra
single dutch :: booshank :: cd-r
leaves :: kloke :: cd-r
music a fe rule :: rhythm&sound feat. paul st. hilaire :: rhythm&sound
set it out :: omar-s :: fxhe
moonwalk :: blaze :: funky people
african time :: slow supreme :: azid

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