166: Daisy Age hip hop, Definitely Maybe in the dock, Friendly Fires
TRIBAL GATHERING: The first proper compilation of Daisy Age hip hop is out. What made A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Queen Latifah and friends so great and where can we still see the vibrations of “da Inner Sound, y’all”?
BACK TO THE OLD HOUSE: Can rave-besotted recovering indie band Friendly Fires elbow their way up to the Hot Chip/Simian Mobile Disco premier league of couture house music with, you know, actual songs?
OUR KID’S ELECTRIC: It’s 25 years since Oasis released their debut album ‘Definitely Maybe’. Greatest rock debut of the past half-century or catastrophic blind alley from which British rock has yet to escape? Or a bit of both?
Plus exciting tunes from our panel, Closing Time Chatter and David Bowie in dub…
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