Waves 003

The third edition of Waves, Wez G’s weekly chill podcast… This week’s Waves selection takes us from Africa across to Cuba and also diverts into India… A global choice of laid-back music.

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:::TRACKLISTING:::

1. A Man Called Adam – All My Favourite People (Stay With Me) [Southern Fried Records]

2. Steve Dragon – Nag Champa [Avatar Spirit]

3. Flunk – Blind My Mind [Beatservice Records]

4. Café – Follow Me (Nova Mix) [Bar De Lune]

5. DJSaint – Souls (Harold Alexis Remix) [Silk Sofa Music]

6. Rena Jones – Autumn [Native State Records]

7. Tribal Lord – African Chill (Chill Mix) [Bar De Lune]

8. Massive Attack Vs Mad Professor – Bumper Ball Dub (Karmacoma) [Wild Bunch Records]

9. The Florals – Flower Of Life [Bar De Lune]

10. Derrick – Love Away (Original Mix) [Lemongrassmusic]

11. N’to – The Sand Dealer (Original Mix) [Form]

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Police Brutality and Mental Health - PART 2

November 22, 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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Blast From The Past: The Sandwich Show featuring Wez G

November 22, 2014 | Wez G | Comments (0)

Blast From The Past: The Sandwich Show featuring Wez G

Here is a rare bit of video footage of DJ Wez G in action (back in 2010)... Filmed for the legendary (now defunct) Cardiff radio programme, The Sandwich Show, DJ Wez G lays down some grooves in the company of crazy hosts, Flapsandwich (http://sicknote.tv) and Ninjah... The show's theme is mental

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I'm an addict

November 22, 2014 | Wez G | Comments (0)

I have an addiction. A proper addiction. It’s untreatable. There is no cure. I am a junkie. I hang around in darkened alleys, change jingling in my pocket, waiting for the dealer’s shop to open. I rush in and start filtering through the shelves. I am a vinyl junkie and record stores are where I

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Chemical Warfare On Humans

November 22, 2014 | Psychiatry | Comments (0)

Chemical Warfare On Humans

[caption id="attachment_406" align="aligncenter" width="150" caption="Natural News Article Link"][/caption] I'm a 14 year veteran of Psychiatric services in the UK having had 10 forced admissions and have had most of the drugs mentionned here (in article below) and indeed more. It's an accurate art

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Review : Chávez: Venezuela and the New Latin America - by Aleida Guevara

November 22, 2014 | Book Review | Comments (0)

This book is based on a series of interviews given by Venezuelan leader, Hugo Chavez, to the daughter of Che Guevara, Aleida. Although the book doesn't cover the entire period of Chavez' rule up until his demise, it presents a wonderful tale and grasps fundamental insight into the way the mind works

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Report on Mental Health in Southeast Wales for John Griffiths AM and Jessica Morden MP

November 22, 2014 | Torture | Comments (0)

  I have been a non-consenting patient of southeast Wales’ mental health services since 2nd April 1997. I have almost amassed twenty years of living within this closed mental health system. I write this report with a view to enacting real change for the better for myself and other end user

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A New Dawn?

November 22, 2014 | technology | Comments (1)

I conduct a lot of research into esoteric knowledge on mind control techniques, psychic ability and centralised one world government system control. The internet is a minefield for this type of research and based on a lot of my personal experiences I have been drawn into the murky world of informat

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Fever February Funk

November 22, 2014 | Wez G | Comments (0)

Listen to Wez G - Fever February Funk byWez G on hearthis.at    Funkier than usual mix for February, though it progs out by the end...A nice blend of old and new with some real belters in there! Toe-tappingly gorgeous! :::TRACKLISTING::: 1. Siedah Garrett - K.I.S.S.I.N.

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Wide-Eyed Wild

November 22, 2014 | Wez G | Comments (0)

[soundcloud id='171478989'] I’ve gone back to my (progressive) house roots for this mix… Dug deep by analysing what Sasha & Digweed have been laying recently and adding my own bit of spice to the track selection. From the early mix tapes, through to Renaissance and Northern Exposure, Sa

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Review: Translation, History, & Culture

November 22, 2014 | Book Review | Comments (0)

Translation, History, & Culture by Susan Bassnett My rating: 4 of 5 stars This book comprises of a selection of 12 essays illustrating elements of translation studies. Each chapter usually covers an analysis of a detailed example and to what context this example illustr

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