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The Ramblings of Mr Foster and Mr Leslie in their quest to share their passion of what music should be.

Download shedcast 17a 11-08-2013 (119.14 MB)

Duration: 52:03 m - Filetype: mp3 - Bitrate: 320 KBPS - Frequency: 44100 HZ

shedcast 17a

  • Incendiary’s editors  bought some new audio recording equipment and headed into the shed to record shedcast 17. The only thing was they didn’t bother trying to figure out how to use it properly beforehand. Either that, or there was a large washing machine rumbling in the background. We’ll let you decide which is which. Anyway, there’s a lot of humming going on in the background. We tried to get rid of it, using various features on our friendly neighbourhood audio editing software, but alas it sound worse than before, so we’ve left it in. You’ll get used to it. We hope.
    Anyway, the music is, as usual, worth your time. Well, most of it is. Shedcast 17a runs as follows:
    1.Leonard Nimoy – Music to Watch Space Girls By
    2.Pepe Deluxe – Child of Energy
    3.Brasstronaut – Francisco
    4.The Pure Conjecture – 1st time I saw U
    5.Private Eye – News by John Peel
    6.Seal of Quality – Tickle Tickle
    7.Sylvain Hellio –Funky Diving
    8.Unknown Mortal Orchestra – No Need for a Leader
    9.Allah-las – Busman’s Holiday
    10.Skazka Orchestra – Nikifor
    11.William Shatner – She Blinded Me With Science
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    Keywords: humour, music, indie, podcast, soul, funk, punk, rock, electronica, dance, daftness