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Ring of Fire for April and another 4 hours of music for you.
The lockdown effect has really taken hold with new releases coming in from all angles from new artists and also interestingly artists we haven't heard from in a long time like DJ Muggs from Cypress Hill who kicks off the show with the opening tune from his new concept album that seems somewhat obsessed by black magic and goats! Right up our street.
London's ROC are back with a sublime song off their late 2020 release, Jah Wobble is in overdrive on his Bandcamp at the moment and we are particularly taken with his tune “Old Jewish East End of London Dub”. Gobstopper records boss Mr Mitch is back with a fab new ep and also new releases from Benefits, Canada's Whitney K and even Tony Joe White.
On the punky front we have Sydney's Sick Set with their tune TV Fucker and Slagheap out of the UK.
The debut from new hip hop outfit out of South Central LA, Paris Texas, has us hitting the play it again button every time their gem Heavy Metal coves to a close. South African house just keeps re-inventing itself at the moment with the likes of DJ Black Low & a new 12” from Indigenes.
We've found a couple of great tunes from 1971 that I'd never come across before from Cambridge Mass duo Compton & Batteau and, out of the UK, Raw Material who do a killer cover of Spirit In The Sky.
Oh and I forget to tell you about a new gospel / soul release on Fat Possum by singer Elizabeth King called Living In The Last Days.
Lots more but you'll have to listen.

Now Playing:
Dj Black Low - Jaiva Low Buy this track
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Tony Joe White - Boot Money Buy this track
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Night Beats - Let The Good Times Roll Buy this track
Driftmachine - Albatross Follows A Whale Buy this track
Paul Weller - Cosmic Fringes Buy this track