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[ Written by: | 29 Mar 2017 | No Comment | ]

Why is it 99.99% of all time travel TV shows are arse… why is it I feel obligated to watch them all? And not just the odd episode every single one… full series of shite?
How do I get out of an engagement tomorrow night so I can go home eat chips and watch the Expanse?
Are we all just ticking boxes?
If anyone knows the name of the track at one hour 10 into this I wanna know,so I can forget it
https://soundcloud.com/rinsefm/rinse-fm-podcast-hypercolour-23rd-march-2017
oh yeah this is up now too
https://soundcloud.com/rinsefm/mumdance210317
why aren’t my links embedding …

mix of the week »

[ Written by: | 17 Mar 2017 | No Comment | ]

These have been constant companions this week as I knuckle down at work sorting out a projects logistics where good sounds were most needed – its been a looooong week.

 

 
 
and today I’m cranking up this puppy
 

 
For the RinseFM mixes that are now no longer avail to DL from soundcloud bookmark this page: http://rinse.fm/podcasts/
Booya!

mix of the week »

[ Written by: | 6 May 2016 | No Comment | ]

That special moment when you hear Rob Thorne played on the Mumdance RinseFM podcast on May 1st!

bobs song of the week »

[ Written by: | 10 Sep 2015 | One Comment | ]

I Am Just A Pupil is North Carolina-based Joshua Clark.
His digitized clips of meditational ambience, serene string loops and spoken word samples blur into hyper-beautiful epiphanies and hit a sweet spot between humour and realness.
He builds peaceful zones out of YouTube, tape and record samples about taking technology for granted, hell on earth, addiction, violence, anger, dissociation, absurdity and humour.

I dunno about the legit nature source of this here link… but at worst you can play and download Oasis – it so of reminds me of the beginning of Little Fluffy Cloud by the …

Coolness, mix of the week »

[ Written by: | 7 Aug 2015 | 4 Comments | ]

BN1 put me onto this mix, I’d missed it, its a solid as mix… but one thing makes it my pick for the week edging out the Carl Craig mix that possibly deserves the title more.
At around 38 minutes in the grimy textures give way to an old classic… a kiwi classic… a non dance classic… that of The Chills and their song Pink Frost. There is no context nor rational reason for the inclusion of the song in the mix… it sits out like a sore thumb, for this reason …