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The Shuffle Show with Wez G – WEEK 4 – 23.11.14 – XPress Radio

This week’s Shuffle Show on Xpress Radio hosts Funkydory’s Gari Worner. Gari has worked as a DJ in the Welsh capital for many years and his style perfectly sums up the flavour of Cardiff’s clubscene.

:::TRACKLISTING:::

1. Opus III – It’s A Fine Day [PWL International]

2. Röyksopp – This Must Be It (Rex The Dog K-Dart Remix) [Wall Of Sound]

3. Sandee – Notice Me [Fever Records]

4. Gari Worner – XPress Radio Interview – PART 1

5. Rob Mirage, DJ Chus – Back 2 NY (Original Stereo Mix) [Strictly Rhythm]

6. COMA – Los Dilettantes (Roosevelt Mix) [Bedrock Records]

7. Gari Worner – XPress Radio Interview – PART 2

8. Gari Worner – SHUFFLE XPRESS MINIMIX

9. Boris Dlugosch & Roisin Murphy – Never Enough  (Drop Out Orchestra Remix) [Super Sexy Disco Vol 1]

10. Da Sunlounge – Fly Girl (island Knights Original Mix) [Borrowed Music]

11. Da Sunlounge – Stronger (Original Mix) [Borrowed Music]

12. Drop Out Orchestra – Red Beans (Original Mix) [File Under Disco]

13. Larry Fives – Make A Move (Original Mix)) [House Bound]

14. Roland Clark – A House Thing (Micky Moore & Andy Tee Deep Mix)

15. TW Funkmasters – Love Money (Joey Negro Dub Wise Revision – Remixed With Love) [Z Records]

The Shuffle Show is broadcast every Saturday Night / Sunday Morning from Midnight to 1am on Xpress Radio, Cardiff University’s award-winning student radio station http://xpressradio.co.uk

MORE Gari Worner / Funkydory: https://soundcloud.com/gjworner

Shuffle Show – XPress Radio – WEEK 4 – 23.11.14 – Gari Worner From Funkydory by Wez G on Mixcloud

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Match Report: Liverpool vs Norwich City (04.12.13) W 5-1

November 23, 2014 | Match Report | Comments (0)

Liverpool began the game with manager Brendan Rodgers imposing three changes on the starting line-up, following the defeat at Hull City. Daniel Agger coming back in for Kolo Toure at centre back was widely expected. Philippe Coutinho was fit enough for a starting place and Victor Moses dropped bac

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Review: Mouse or Rat?: Translation as Negotiation

November 23, 2014 | Book Reviews | Comments (0)

Mouse or Rat?: Translation as Negotiation by Umberto Eco My rating: 4 of 5 stars This book is a collection of essays on the topic of translation. It is constantly exploring the role of the translator as a negotiator is the way he interprets texts for his target audience. Eco points towards a

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November 23, 2014 | Uncategorized | Comments (0)

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Shuffle Radio

November 23, 2014 | Wez G | Comments (0)

This weekend saw Shuffle radio launch. It is a new service which will hopefully eventually run 24-7 with some of the shows being live - basically whenever I'm awake and on the computer you'll be able to message me and I can do shoutouts, requests etc. The show aims to have a primarily house music ba

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Review - The Legend of El Chapo Guzman - by J.D.Rockefeller

November 23, 2014 | Book Review | Comments (0)

Review - The Legend of El Chapo Guzman - by J.D.Rockefeller

The subject of the book makes it appealing and gives you the desire to part with the £6 or so it costs on Amazon. El Chapo is a buzz subject a folk-hero, a modern legend. He is head of the Sinaloa Cartel and in charge of one of the most lucrative drug-trading networks on the planet. However, I w

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Guerrilla Heroico

November 23, 2014 | Hispanic Studies | Comments (0)

Guerrilla Heroico

[Introduction To Hispanic Studies – Coursework Essay] Discuss how textual and visual representations of the Rebel Army during and after the Cuban Revolution contributed to the myth of the heroic guerrilla in Latin America.    The original iconic 1968 stylized ‘Guerrilla Heroico’ Che Guevar

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What I Am

November 23, 2014 | Wez G | Comments (0)

[soundcloud id='38183078'] Music is a great tool for expression. The music artist takes you on a journey,a rollercoaster ride of feelings and emotion. Descartes said 'Cogito Ergo Sum' - 'I think, therefore I am'. The musician thinks and then performs and his work, that all can hear, his art, beco

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Remote Desert Runway

November 23, 2014 | Wez G | Comments (0)

Remote Desert Runway

[soundcloud id='129638320'] Lost in the sky, traversing the globe, a record box in the baggage hold high above you; an air steward whinges about the weight of your records and forces you to shift your hand luggage to a safer place. While you're getting a ticking off from some jumped up trolle

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Brexit and Mental Health

November 23, 2014 | Revolution | Comments (0)

Brexit and Mental Health

Brexit, like it or not is a reality. 54% of the public voted in a referendum for us to leave the EU. I watched with despair as events unfolded and was almost praying for us to stay in as I feared that a Brexit decision could really send my End Of Terror situation spiralling out of control. Post-Br

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End Of Terror - Under Attack: Why the early #EoT movement collapsed

November 23, 2014 | Psychiatry | Comments (0)

Back in 2011, when the End Of Terror movement was launched, I felt that the project was great. It was just what I personally needed to do in order to address my mental health treatment issues. I felt that #EoT was fulfilling my vision of antipsychiatry on several levels. Building and running the s

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