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New year and yet more to look forward to. When you look beyond the commonplace there is a wealth of talent bubbling away. What of January then?
Habibi have a new track out ahead of their album release in February and one of my favourites, Onipa have some new material out and it's banging as always.
The enigmatic Sleeparchive released and unreleased a banger and then promptly put it back in it's box. Fortunately I grabbed it before it disappeared again.
My old mates, Seas Of Mirth are back with a new album that got physical from a kickstarter and I'm playing a track off it.
There seems to be a plethora of bassline in the show, not something I really intended but I'm happy it's happened. There is a featured EP from Mister Cheli who deals in all things moombahton and a featured album from none other than JME who sneaked in a December release that is one of the albums of 2019 in my opinion. No digital release at all either, only vinyl and CD and it never will be digital either. Big up JME, always doing it differently and after pretty much giving up on grime for a time too ...

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Interplanetary Criminal - Make Me Feel Buy this track
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Before that we played:
Girls In Synthesis - Pressure Buy this track
Phibes - Get The Fuck Up Buy this track
Mungo's Hi Fi and Eva Lazarus - Warrior Code Buy this track
JME - 96 Of My Life Buy this track
Habibi - Come My Habibi Buy this track
Jack Acid - Wah Wah Buy this track