Mary Anne Hobbs Experimental 2010 08 26 Shackleton in the Mix for Mary Anne

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Mary Anne Hobbs Experimental 2010 08 26 Shackleton in the Mix for Mary Anne [Filesonic download]

Deftones — Be Quiet & Drive (Far Away) – Parlophone
Al’Tourettes — Habit 7 – Dubplate
Sunken Foal — Hot As Fresh Milk – Dubplate
Pudge — Whut Happened (from the LP ‘Idiot Box’) – Ramp
DJ Roc — One Blood (from the compilation ‘Bangs & Works Vol 1’) – Planet Mu
Bok Bok & Cubik Zirconia — Reclash Dub – Night Slugs Dubplate
Untold & Roska — Myth – Numbers
Scuba — Three Sided Shape – Hotflush Dubplate
Incyde — Axis – Dubplate
Teebs — You’ve Changed (from the LP ‘Ardour’) – Brainfeeder
Dibiase — Neighborhood Watch (from the LP ‘Machines Hate Me’) – Alpha Pup
TRG — LiebeSuende – Dubplate
Deep Teknologi — Hard Cash – Dubplate

Shackleton & Vengeance Tenfold — Untitled
Shackleton — Stripped II
Shackleton — Bottles
Shackleton — Death Is Not Final Version
Shackleton — International Fires
Shackleton — Paper
Shackleton — Deadman
Shackleton — Busted Spirit
Shackleton — Something Has To Give Version
Shackleton — Massacre Version
Shackleton — Torn Skin II
Shackleton — Blood On My Hands Version

Mala — I Wait – Dubplate
Andy Stott — Empty – Dubplate
Doc Daneeka — Copz (from the ‘Television’ EP) – PTN Dubplate
[unknown] — Untitled – Dubplate
Coki — Tree Trunk – Dubplate

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2 thoughts on “Mary Anne Hobbs Experimental 2010 08 26 Shackleton in the Mix for Mary Anne”

  1. Shackleton – oh my goodness! Probably one of the best mixes featured this year on M/A shows. Well worth putting out on a CD itself. Sinister!

    Other highlights: Doc Daneeka (lately we have seen some hybrid of dubstep, Deep House, UKG and UK Funky – this is a prime example), Dibiase, Sunken Foal and Mala.

    This is also probably the only radio show which opened with Deftones classic and ended with Coki banger.

    As M/A said, it’s all worth paying the licence fee for.

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