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White Noise: Chilled

Friday, 17 June 2011


King David's Melody – Augustus Pablo
Country Gal Dub – King Tubby
Memories of the Ghetto – Augustus Pablo
King In My Empire – Rhythm & Sound
Keep On Dubbing – Augustus Pablo & King Tubby
Vibrate On – Lee 'Scratch' Perry
Radio Retaliation – Thievery Corporation
Jacqueline – Hugh Mundell
Africa (1983) – Augustus Pablo
Shine Blockas – Big Boi
93 til Infinity – Souls of Mischief
All the Sun that Shines – Peaking Lights
Smoking Buddha – Onra
Lovers Carvings (Letherette Remix) – Bibio
Place to Be – Nick Drake
Star Witness – Neko Case
This Beard is for Siobhan – Devendra Banhart
Banshee Beat – Animal Collective
Apple Orchard – Beach House
Divina – Toro Y Moi
Oh, Why – Balam Acab
The Gaudy Side of Town – Gayngs
Unspoken – Four Tet
The Daydream – Tycho
Peacock Tail – Boards of Canada

This playlist is more laid back, for blazing in the heat. It starts off with some great old reggae and dub cuts with a lot of Augustus Pablo and King Tubby by way of some less known but equally brilliant modern cuts like Thievery Corporation and Rhythm & Sound (yes, there's a lot of Pablo, but he's just that good).
From here we move through a brief hip-hop stint with some of the shiniest and most laid back tracks from Big Boi and Souls of Mischief, switching over to some lovely singer-songwriter turns from Nick Drake and Neko Case by way of the trippy variations of Onra and the Letherette's gorgeous syrup-thick cover of Bibio's Lovers' Carvings.

After this we have some more chilled cuts from Beach House and Animal Collective, followed by some of the most laid back sounds from the last ten years of electro, taking in Balam Acab's brand new cut Oh Why and leaving us with Tycho's shiny road-trip song The Daydream and ending with what might well be the most relaxing song of all time, the inimitable Boards of Canada with Peacock Tail.

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