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BBC Radio 1 Huw Stephens 2010-07-08 Cate Le Bon in session

10 July, 2010 (15:07) | MP3 | By: Core News

I got a request to record the Huw Stephens show on BBC Radio 1. I’ve never listened to it before, but after my first listen I find it to be quite good. Lots of new good music. Two of my fave tracks from this show is Caribou – Sun (everyone should definitely check out the new Caribou album) and Ill Blu – Bellion.
“The best new unsigned, underground and under the radar music with Cate Le Bon in session.”

BBC Radio 1 Huw Stephens 2010-07-08 Cate Le Bon in session [Hotfile download]

Tracklist:
Male Bonding — Weird Feelings – Sub Pop
Envy — Normal – Stop/Start Records
Broadcast 2000 — All Is Said And Done – Gronland
Ratatat — Bilar – XL
Mountain Man — River – Bella Union

MAIDA VALE SESSION TRACK
Cate Le Bon — Fold The Cloth – Irony Bored

Sleigh Bells — Riot Rhythm – Mom & Pop
Holy State — Brain Caves – Dance To The Radio
Lucas Renney — She Give Me The Chills – Brille Records
Dokkebi Q — Black Vomit – Cargo Records
Tender Trap — Do You Want A Boyfriend?
Sky Larkin — Still Windmills – Wichita
Stagecoach — Map To The Freezer – Alcopop
Gyratory System — Pamplona – Angular Records

MAIDA VALE SESSION WITH CATE LE BON
Cate Le Bon — January – Irony Bored
Cate Le Bon — I Want To See The Bright Lights – Irony Bored

Caribou — Sun – City Slang
Rose Elinor Dougall — Carry On – Scarlett Music
Ill Blu — Bellion – HyperDub
Wild Nothing — Summer Holiday – Captured Tracks
Teej — I Got Electrocuted – Make Mine
Beat The Radar — By The Sea – AA
Fever Fever — Monster – Cherryade Records
The Pipettes — Call Me – Fortuna Pop
Toro Y Moi — Leave Everywhere – Carpark Records
Middleman — It’s Not Over Yet – White
Tender Trap — Do You Want A Boyfriend – White

Comments

Comment from Arthit
Time July 13, 2010 at 5:55 am

Thanks for this Thomas. Huw Stephens and Rob da Bank are doing great shows every week. Regular readers may think they are a bit indie guitar based music but both shows are having a quite broad and open minded music selections (as opposed to just one style like Drum n Bass or Dancehall). Plus Huw has a wicked sense of humour and Rob is always mumbling nonsense. Huw always play new music while Rob sometimes add some classic tunes.

Anyway the above playlist is not in order (blame the BBC page). The correct one is as follows:

Teeth — See Spaces
Male Bonding — Weird Feelings – Sub Pop
Envy — Normal – Stop/Start Records
Broadcast 2000 — All Is Said And Done – Gronland
Ratatat — Bilar – XL
Mountain Man — River – Bella Union

MAIDA VALE SESSION TRACK
Cate Le Bon — Fold The Cloth – Irony Bored

Sleigh Bells — Riot Rhythm – Mom & Pop
Holy State — Brain Caves – Dance To The Radio
Lucas Renney — She Give Me The Chills – Brille Records
Dokkebi Q — Black Vomit – Cargo Records
Sky Larkin — Still Windmills – Wichita
Stagecoach — Map To The Freezer – Alcopop
Gyratory System — Pamplona – Angular Records

MAIDA VALE SESSION WITH CATE LE BON
Cate Le Bon — January – Irony Bored
Cate Le Bon — I Want To See The Bright Lights – Irony Bored

Caribou — Sun – City Slang
Rose Elinor Dougall — Carry On – Scarlett Music
Ill Blu — Bellion – HyperDub
Wild Nothing — Summer Holiday – Captured Tracks
Teej — I Got Electrocuted – Make Mine
Beat The Radar — By The Sea – AA
Fever Fever — Monster – Cherryade Records
The Pipettes — Call Me – Fortuna Pop
Toro Y Moi — Leave Everywhere – Carpark Records
Middleman — It’s Not Over Yet – White
Tender Trap — Do You Want A Boyfriend – White

Comment from Thomas of Core News
Time July 14, 2010 at 9:07 am

Thanks for the updated tracklist 🙂
I agree, both shows are quite enjoyable. I guess it is an acquired taste.

Will try to record the Huw show every week.