no mary anne hobbs show, now what?

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no mary anne hobbs show, now what?

Post by ibby90 » Mon Oct 25, 2010 4:49 pm

been locked on to mary anne hobbs show for a few years now, and now that its over i'm looking for another weekly dubstep/electronic show to listen to.

Im mainly after a future garage/uk funky take on dubstep rather than the machine gun, OTT style that has come to be associated with the genre.

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Re: no mary anne hobbs show, now what?

Post by MasterA » Mon Oct 25, 2010 4:50 pm

Benji B is a worthy successor IMO.

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Re: no mary anne hobbs show, now what?

Post by ibby90 » Mon Oct 25, 2010 4:58 pm

sick, didn't even know he had taken off yet!

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Re: no mary anne hobbs show, now what?

Post by the wiggle baron » Mon Oct 25, 2010 5:36 pm

Electronic explorations is a hell of a listen! 100's of shows on archive too, amazing artists...Rob Booth knows!
http://electronicexplorations.org/
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Re: no mary anne hobbs show, now what?

Post by numaestro » Tue Oct 26, 2010 11:02 am

What about Sub FM? or Rinse?

The Beeb can go fuck itself! :D Since when do you need a state apparatus to plug you into "alternative musics"? (Apart from John Peel and Jay da Flex of course :lol: )
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Re: no mary anne hobbs show, now what?

Post by abs » Tue Oct 26, 2010 11:46 am

numaestro wrote:What about Sub FM? or Rinse?

The Beeb can go fuck itself! :D Since when do you need a state apparatus to plug you into "alternative musics"? (Apart from John Peel and Jay da Flex of course :lol: )
aww come on, mary anne played some amazing tunes, and benji b is even better i reckon, plays more funky shit.

but yeah, check electronic explorations aswell, and rinse if you don't mind quite a lot of really shit music at times.

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Re: no mary anne hobbs show, now what?

Post by numaestro » Tue Oct 26, 2010 12:30 pm

abs wrote:
numaestro wrote:What about Sub FM? or Rinse?

The Beeb can go fuck itself! :D Since when do you need a state apparatus to plug you into "alternative musics"? (Apart from John Peel and Jay da Flex of course :lol: )
aww come on, mary anne played some amazing tunes, and benji b is even better i reckon, plays more funky shit.

but yeah, check electronic explorations aswell, and rinse if you don't mind quite a lot of really shit music at times.
True - I'm not here bashing individuals like you have mentioned. However - it seems to me more interesting to support music from its grass roots structures. I'm more interested in peeps participating in their own popular cultures. The beeb is a hangover from the 20th century - when the state actively discouraged and made illegal popular broadcasting - so controlling information/communication. Whatever... Defo agree that electronic explorations is a good show too!
23Hz Presents Migrant LP now available on CORSARIO DIGITAL. "Tropicalia" by NEHUEN now available on CORSARIO DIGITAL

http://www.myspace.com/corsarioriddim
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