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PARTIES l RADIO l LABEL I PREMIERE'S https://soundcloud.com/joemorris https://soundcloud.com/nickjsmith https://soundcloud.com/iain_mac Promos, Premieres & Info - info@clandestino.co.uk Shows 2020 1.18 Wilde Renate, Berlin 3.7 Inner City Electronic, Leeds 3.14 Whisky Jar, Manchester 3.20 - Postponed 5.7 Cobalt, Newcastle 5.24 Refuge, Manchester (TBC) 6.5 Distrikt w/Longhair, Leeds 8.28 Distrikt w/Ruf Dug, Leeds Shows 2019 2.15 - Mint Club w/HUNEE, Leeds 3.09 - Hare&Hounds, Birmingham 4.06 - ...
 
Oh, you want to know how to taxidermy a caterpillar? Same. Desperate to know about Bruce Springsteen’s archive? Sure. Need to know what a World Cultures Curator orders at a takeaway? Probably not, but you’re going to find out anyway.This is Museums n’That, a podcast by Leeds Museums & Galleries. Museums attract passionate people like moths to a flame and this podcast gets to the very heart of the things that make them tick, by asking the questions you actually want to know.In this first seri ...
 
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Pleased to welcome James Bright to the podcast this month with a slick, smoothe selection of languid beats. James has been in a rich vein of form these past twelve months, with two killer EPs for Quattro Music in quick succession. The latter entitled Zooniverse is out now, and some of which can be heard in the mix alongside other titles from Begin,…
 
Could The Meg literally happen? How do you give a polar bear a wash and blow dry? Does Danny from DPD know how regularly he features on everyone’s favourite lowbrow museum based podcast? We’re saying a firm ‘see ya’ to series 2 with curator Clare Brown, who explains how animals come to be in our natural science collection, and why dealing with the …
 
Bog bodies. Skeletons. Mummifying Alan. Kat Baxter, Curator of Archaeology at Leeds Museums & Galleries, answers all of our (many) burning questions about human remains and the ethics of collecting and displaying them in museums. We ask why some bodies are better preserved than others, and find out the kind of reactions visitors have to different t…
 
Kristy has quietly been gaining our attention of late with a series of ever more sounding accomplished releases across an array of stellar labels. Her latest EP 'The System Is F*cked' drops on 24th August. Here she puts together a lovely, languid downtempo mix for us to soothe the current non summer we are all having. God bless you Kristy xhttps://…
 
Artist and Assistant Registrar to the stars (Leeds Museums & Galleries) Emii Alrai is our guest this week, and the content is CHARMING. Emii brings her trademark virgo energy to the pod as we find out what registrar-ing really means. Emii shares the influence for her artistic practice too, as we chat about how Middle Eastern objects come to be in w…
 
Trains! Jelly tots! Chicken Jalfrezi! All the major food groups in one delicious museum podcast. Curator of industrial history John McGoldrick tells us all about inventions made in the great, nay, greatest, city of Leeds. Find out what Dick Whittington's got to do with railways, how to become an actual rocket scientist and what, definitively, is th…
 
Oh, this is a good one. Conor Clarke from the National Videogame Museum in Sheffield (the second greatest city in the world) has willingly, actually, genuinely come on the show. We talk videogame history, and explore the logistics of collecting games as a museum. We cover the fundamentals too: Crash Bandicoot or Sonic? Would you sell your turnips t…
 
Always great to feature some local talent on the 'cast and Leeds youth Adam Pits has had a hell of year with relentless, super high quality output across a myriad of discerning labels from Haŵs, Holding Hands and more recently Seb Wildblood's excellent Coastal Haze imprint. He has just been picked up by Adam Shelton's ONE Records for a release and …
 
Boot & Tax are comprised of Claudio Brioschi and Cristian Croce, two of the most popular and respected djs/producers of the Italian scene who share a great passion for analog synths and experimentation, and a deep knowledge of both clubbing and production.Alongside some of Milan's finest producers and other Italian friends they have come together t…
 
Meg and Sara get the tea on the wonderful country of Japan from Adam Jaffer, World Cultures curator at Leeds Museums and Galleries. We also discover what Humboldt Squids have to do with Peruvian mummies, the incredible commitment of the Shinto monks and, most importantly, where on literal Earth Antarctica even is. Please be aware that this episode …
 
The Prima Norsk Compilation is back with volume 5. Celebrating all things about Norwegian House scene, which is still very much on the front foot with help from 25 years of service from Beatservice Records. With no less than 14 tracks on this compilation, you'll be spoilt for choice. We've been listening to the strong 4x4 kick and shuffling percuss…
 
Pleased to welcome Emil K & Chris C to the series this week who's nomadic Fade To Zaire gatherings have cropped up in various London back rooms, studios, garages and pubs since 2012. Last year they launched their own label that looks to reflect their house-not-house, weirdo disco, afro, whatever works style. Catch them this Saturday at Hoxton's ori…
 
Metropolitan Soul Museum are Londoner's Filippo Rocco and Nick Woolfson (ex Mock & Toof). Together they have been putting out floor shaking material since 2015, notably for Toy Tonics, RAWAX and Beats of No Nation. With a penchant for analogue drums and vintage keys; their unique style of house music carries a raw and vibey edge. Look out for a for…
 
For this milestone 150th episode it's a pleasure to present a mix from Shinichiro Yokota. During the late 1980's and early 1990's, Shinichiro and his cohort Soichi Terada produced a raft of rare US inspired house music gems through their Far East Recordings label, that despite catching the attention of a certain Larry Levan didn't reach the wider a…
 
Not much is known about Love Ape, other than his natural habitat is somewhere in Amsterdam and he's impressed us recently with well crafted mixes that deftly move between emotive textures, deeper moods and classy house business. Naturally we had to ask for a mix for Clandestino. Love Ape plans to break cover later this year with a couple of origina…
 
London’s eclectic party collective Good Block craft our latest podcast. Recorded in the early hours at an undisclosed office space in South East London, Good Block’s Richard Foe and A.Watson deliver a B2B mix of balearic, chug, street soul, synth pop and a couple of original productions and edits. A couple of notable London dates coming up are Sat …
 
Andy is an old spar of ours from way back when we were all young scoundrels on Leeds effervescent club circuit. A consummate record selector with impeccable taste, Andy spent many years as label manager for 2020 Vision Recordings before heading South to run R&S, a label at the forefront of electronic music for well over 20 years. Andy has had a piv…
 
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