Wez G Sessions Episode 5

This week’s show has a predominantly dance flavour, with some burned vinyl from the Wez G vaults to compliment the mp3s and wavs.

:::TRACKLISTING:::

1. Inner City – Good Life [10 Records]

2. Joy Division – Transmission [Factory]

3. Opus III – When You Made The Mountain [PWL International]

4. Röyksopp – Tricky Tricky [Wall Of Sound]

5. Chambao – Chambao [Sony Music]

6. Stakker – Humanoid [Westside Records]

7. Afrika Bambaata – Planet Rock [21 Records]

8. Primal Scream – Higher Than The Sun (A Dub Symphony In Two Parts) [Creation Records]

9. Telefon Tel Aviv – Lotus Above Water [Hefty Records]

10. Bent – Magic Love (Ashley Beedle’s Black Magic Vocal Mix) [Sport]

 

 

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This is Serbia Calling

August 11, 2014 | tech warfare | Comments (0)

In a previous blog, I discussed the impact of Radio Caroline, how it altered the status quo for British radio. Here, I wish to present to you a book which had a deep impact on me and inspired me to become involved with internet radio broadcasting. The book is 'This is Serbia Calling' by Matthew Col

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Fever February Funk

August 11, 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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Review: Sixty Million Frenchmen Can't Be Wrong

August 11, 2014 | Book Reviews | Comments (0)

Review: Sixty Million Frenchmen Can't Be Wrong

Sixty Million Frenchmen Can't Be Wrong by Jean-Benoît Nadeau My rating: 4 of 5 stars Although this book was written over a decade ago, it is a great study of the French people that is still relevant today. It is an anthropological assessment and takes a broad stance in how it assesses Franc

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Sandcastles In Africa

August 11, 2014 | Wez G | Comments (0)

Listen to Wez G - Sandcastles in Africa byWez G on hearthis.at    A fresh, funky mix of chilled beats and bang it up tribal and progressive, perfect for an African sunset. Let me take you on a trip...SO HIGH!!! :::TRACKLISTING::: 1. Neneh Cherry - Buffalo Stance (Fast Pop Mix) [Cir

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Immigrant Doctors on the NHS: A Good Thing or Bad Thing?

August 11, 2014 | Psychiatry | Comments (0)

Immigrant Doctors on the NHS: A Good Thing or Bad Thing?

Not wanting to sound the horn or anything, but: PEOPLE, THERE IS A GENERAL ELECTION COMING UP! Come May unless you adhere to Russell Brand's non-voting strategy, then you could well be heading to the polling booth. We heard of 'weaponising the NHS in the buildup and it looks like a weird old forthco

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KryKey Web Radio: Lyvshow - Stream what you want

August 11, 2014 | web radio | Comments (0)

KryKey Web Radio: Lyvshow - Stream what you want

Always at the cutting cusp of web radio technology, KryKey has now released Lyvshow, a plugin to its web radio service that allows radio show hosters to publish their own material. It bypasses the standard KryKey studio and allows broadcasters to use their own software, be it Traktor, Virtual DJ or

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Fidelity In Translation

August 11, 2014 | Translation Theory | Comments (0)

Fidelity In Translation

‘Fidelity has dominated translation history, but theorists interpret it in starkly different ways.’ Discuss, making reference to at least two theorists.   Faithfulness or fidelity has been a measure by which a translator’s work can be judged. However, fidelity has not remained constant

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Holiday Romance

August 11, 2014 | Wez G | Comments (0)

[soundcloud id='106734207'] We've all been there, cosied up with a nice partner on a holiday of a lifetime, be it a beach, a nice foreign city, or just camping in the forest, a holiday romance is always memorable. I was having a dig on Beatport for some of the finest of this summer's chillout bea

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End Of Terror Meeting with Politician, Welsh Assembly Member, John Griffiths AM

August 11, 2014 | Torture | Comments (2)

Today, after four years of campaigning, I finally met with Welsh Assembly Member, John Griffiths AM. John is my local political representative in the Welsh Assembly. In Wales, health is a devolved matter and is dealt with in the Cardiff National Assembly, rather than in parliament. Since the launc

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Universal Declaration Of Human Rights

August 11, 2014 | Useful Organisations | Comments (0)

Universal Declaration Of Human Rights

[caption id="attachment_428" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="United Nations Flag"][/caption] I won't make any silly comments on this as I feel that when The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was signed, (a fair time ago now) and how it was intended, is important for all people on this

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