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The Shuffle Show with Wez G – WEEK 5 – 30.11.14 – XPress Radio

This week’s Shuffle Show on XPress Radio hosts guest DJ, from the Woodville, Cathays, James Alexander aka Apollo Chief.

:::TRACKLISTING:::

1. GL – Won’t You See (Gerd Janson Dub Mix) [Plastic World]

2. Kasper Bjorke – Rush feat. Tobias Buch (Pink Skull Remix) [Hafendisko]

3. Soul Clap – Misty feat. Robert Owens (Louie Vega Roots NYC Mix) [Soul Clap Records]

4. James Alexander, Apollo Chief – XPress Radio Interview – PART 1

5. Mr. Tophat, Art Alfie – Marlboro Light (GW Remix) [Karlovak]

6. Westbam, Nena – Oldschool Baby (Piano Mix) [KNM]

7. James Alexander, Apollo Chief – XPress Radio Interview – PART 2

8. James Alexander, Apollo Chief – SHUFFLE XPRESS MINIMIX

9. So Inagawa – De Facto [O.P. Disc]

10. Radio Diffusion – BHVL (MOSTA Remix) [Compost Records]

11. Celcius – Incoming (Original Mix) [MadTech]

12. Unit 7 – Down (Original Mix) [WRHS Music]

13. Celcius – Devotion (Original Mix) [Madtech]

14. Freakme – Soultice (Original Mix) [Electronique Nu]

15. LouLou Players & Kolombo – Don’t Go Away (Zombie Disco Squad Remix) [SUARA]

16. Claude VonStroke – Who’s Afraid of Detroit (Original Mix) [Dirtybird]

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 JAMES ALEXANDER, APOLLO CHIEF: https://soundcloud.com/jacquesuk

Shuffle Show – XPress Radio – WEEK 5 – 30.11.14 – James Alexander, Apollo Chief by Wez G on Mixcloud

SHUFFLE SHOW ARCHIVE

Renaissance Dawn

November 30, 2014 | Wez G | Comments (0)

[soundcloud id='1220319'] This is a fresh DJ mix for January 2008, a year where I think we'll see a big renaissance in house music... tracklisting 1. Sasha - Coma 2. Hybrid - Finished Symphony (Boom Jinx Remix) 3. Atlas - Compass Error (Tarrentella Redanka Dubbed Version) 4. Paul Hartnoll

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Review: The Politics of Translation in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance

November 30, 2014 | Book Reviews | Comments (0)

The Politics of Translation in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance by Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski My rating: 4 of 5 stars I discovered this book in the Cardiff University library and thought it would provide a valuable insight into translation in history. I am interested i

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Ten Foot Tahitian

November 30, 2014 | Wez G | Comments (0)

[soundcloud id='456428'] This is a blast from the past. I recorded it in November 2005 though it contains tracks from much earlier. I named the mix after the massive waves that roll into Tahiti which lays claim to being the place where surfing began. It recreates part of the six hour set I did wh

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Review: The Art Of Betrayal - Life and Death in the British Secret Service - by Gordon Corera

November 30, 2014 | Book Review | Comments (0)

They say that truth is often stranger than fiction and this book that I have given a 5 star rating reads very fluently and tells the real story of British secret service agents as they engage in the art of espionage across the globe. True heroes and heroines emerge as you quickly flutter through t

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History Of Translation

November 30, 2014 | Translation Theory | Comments (0)

History Of Translation

[INTRODUCTION TO TRANSLATION THEORY – Coursework Essay] Various scholars have highlighted the importance of translation history. To what extent would you agree and why? Discuss and exemplify, making reference to at least two theorists.   Translation history mimics history itself. Any post-Babe

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Police Brutality and Mental Health - PART 2

November 30, 2014 | Torture | Comments (1)

Police Brutality and Mental Health - PART 2

In this second post about my experiences of police brutality and mental health, I wish to discuss the nature of problems affecting diagnosed mental health victims when it comes to attempting to conventionally use police services. If you've ever been a mental inpatient you are probably aware that

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Police Brutality and Mental Health - PART 1

November 30, 2014 | Torture | Comments (1)

I have no criminal record. But, I have been in the mental health system of the UK since 1997 - 18 years to date. Unfortunately the name 'health' in 'mental health' is a misnomer. The mental health system is nothing but a secret prison system where people can be easily silenced and removed from soc

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World Of Hurt

November 30, 2014 | Music | Comments (0)

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVdzY7IsxF4] Sub Focus provide some nice easy-listening Drum & Bass... World of Hurt I think is appropriate for #EoTVibe and relevant to the #EndOfTerror struggle, as we fight for rights in #MentalHealth More Sub Focus http://www.last.fm/music/Sub+Focus

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Review: Introducing Translation Studies: Theories and Applications

November 30, 2014 | Uncategorized | Comments (0)

Introducing Translation Studies: Theories and Applications by Jeremy Munday My rating: 4 of 5 stars Ahead of embarking upon a Translation (BA) at Cardiff University, I thought I'd prepare by investigating one of the course textbooks. This introduction to Translation Studies

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My TopDeejays.com Ranking

November 30, 2014 | Uncategorized | Comments (0)

My TopDeejays.com Ranking

I was thrilled to discover a new social website for DJs. topdeejays.com measures the ranking of DJs across the globe according to their fanbase on the internet. They formulate a score for each DJ according to his or her facebook, twitter, soundcloud, myspace, youtube and last.fm rankings. The char

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