Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Michael Foot Speech before the 1983 general election

"We are not here in this world to find elegant solutions, pregnant with initiative, or to serve the ways and modes of profitable progress. No, we are here to provide for all those who are weaker and hungrier, more battered and crippled than ourselves. That is our only certain good and great purpose on earth, and if you ask me about those insoluble economic problems that may arise if the top is deprived of their initiative, I would answer, 'To hell with them'. The top is greedy and mean and will always find a way to take care of themselves. They always do". Michael Foot

Wednesday, 19 October 2011

Men Of Arlington showing on BBC



I was honoured to score the award winning Men of Arlington documentary last year, it tells the story of a forgotten generation of young Irish men who came to Britain to seek a better life, but lost themselves along the way.

See why it won the JDIFF best documentary award on BBC Northern Ireland on Monday 24th Oct at 10.35pm.

It may also be available on the BBC Northern Ireland iPlayer, see this link for more details.

Friday, 14 October 2011

Autumn Mixtapes 2011


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To celebrate the arrival of Autumn, a small selection of music for your enjoyment.

If you like something, please do buy or Spotify the original, and support the artists and labels.
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:: Autumn Mixtape - Part One ::


1 - Gordon Coxon - Evening
2 - Ekhart Tolle - Going into the now
3 - XHIN - This Is What You Drew While You Were Half Asleep
4 - Tim Hecker - Borderlands
5 - Ben Frost - Theory of Machines
6 - Memoryhouse - Lately
7 - I Break Horses - I Kill Your Love, Baby!
8 - Gil Scott-Heron & Jamie xx - My Cloud
9 - Baths - Lovesick Synthetic
10 - Moby - The Broken Places (Extended Version)
11 - Talking Heads - The Overload
12 - M83 - Too Late
13 - Marie Glad featuring Duvestar - Mirrors
14 - Phaeleh - Losing You
15 - Glasser - Apply
16 - Dirty Projectors - Stillness Is The Move
17 - George Harrison - Ballad Of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll)

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Marie Glad "Bedroom Stories" Part Two
I had the pleasure of working with Marie Glad on "Mirrors" released as part of Bedroom Stories Part Two.
The track is featured in this first Autumn Mixtape, and you can listen to the rest of the EP,
and get a free download, over at Marie's Facebook page: www.facebook.com/mariegladmusic
There is also a stunning video for "This World", a requiem for a sister, a young life who left this planet too soon.
Bedroom Stories Part Two
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Ekhart Tolle
I got into Ekhart's works just over a year ago, he's a dude who (amongst other things)
lived on park benches for a few years and found an answer to life, the universe, and everything*
It's surprisingly accessible, positive, useful, life changing stuff (imho) and largely free.
Oprahmidion is a huge supporter, so you can download the Ekhart/Oprah "New Earth" videos for free.


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:: Autumn Mixtape - Part Two ::

1 - Sound Experience - Blow Your Mind
2 - Grand Funk Railroad - I Can Feel Him In The Morning
3 - Lamont Dozier - Why Can't We be Lovers
4 - Chairmen Of The Board - Morning Glory
5 - Chairmen Of The Board - Life & Death (part 1)
6 - Chairmen Of The Board - White Rose (freedom flower)
7 - Chairmen Of The Board - Life & Death (part 2)
8 - Arrival - Friends
9 - The Phenomenal Handclap Band - Baby
10 - Bebel Gilberto - Sun Is Shining
11 - El Guincho - Bombay
12 - Mike Snow - Animal (Mark Ronson Remix)
13 - The Stepkids - Shadows On Behalf
14 - Talking Heads - Right Start [Unfinished Outtake]
15 - Von D - You're the One (feat. Phephe)
16 - A.C.R. - I Remember
17 - Grizzly Bear - Cheerleader (Neon Indian 'Studio 6669' Remix)
18 - Arnie's Love - I'm Out Of Your Life

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Happy Birthday - Bernie Connor
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One of the best DJs out there, his "The Sound Of Music" podcasts are legendary,
I've heard countless great music first from Bernie eg Stepkids, Cold In Berlin, Arrival etc.
Can't recommend them enough: bernieworld.podomatic.com.
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Men Of Arlington
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I was honoured to score the award winning Men of Arlington documentary last year, it tells the story of
a forgotten generation of young Irish men who came to Britain to seek a better life, but lost themselves along the way.
See why it won the JDIFF best documentary award on BBC Northern Ireland on Weds 26th Oct at 10.35pm.
Check the BBC NI TV listings closer to the time for confirmed TX details.


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:: Autumn Mixtape - Part Three ::


1 - I Break Horses - Hearts
2 - The Field - Looping State Of Mind
3 - Now, Now - Jesus Camp (Remix)
4 - Marie Glad - Butterfly (feat. Duvestar) [Oisins Remix]
5 - The Phenomenal Handclap Band - You'll Disappear (Jacques Renault Remix)
6 - iamamiwhoami - ; john
7 - Photek - Cecconi
8 - Billie Ray Martin - Sweet Suburban Disco (Severino Less Vocal Mix)
9 - Teengirl Fantasy - Cheaters
10 - Thunderball - Runaway (Ghosts on Tape Remix)
11 - Krystal Klear - Tried for Your Love (Hudson Mohawke Remix)
12 - Toddla T - Take It Back (2 bears remix)
13 - FM Belfast - Stripes
14 - Marina And The Diamonds - Mowgli's Road (Phenomenal Handclap Band Remix)
15 - Cold in Berlin - God I Love You
16 - Atari Teenage Riot - Blood In My Eyes


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Free Music
Tummy Touch 15th Anniversary (12 LPs) free download here, the password is"weloveyou"
Reykjavik Grapevines Iceland Airwaves top 50 compilation here
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Luke Slott
Bedroom Stories Part Two
Great new EP out now, he is also doing a series of concerts in intimate UK venues,
if you are interested in seeing him in Brighton drop me a line :)
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Free News
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Worth Watching, as relevant now as it was in 1991
"Given that most countries do have enough resources to provide for their people,
why should they have to tolerate a system that forces parents to watch their children die slowly,
at the other end of the scale why should British high street banks get tax relief
of more than a billion pounds (on loans to these countries)?"
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And finally....
"Let nobody pull you so low as to hate them." - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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Love always,
Oisin x
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Blog and podcast archive: http://oisinlunny.blogspot.com/
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Mirrors
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If you enjoy the music featured in these promotional mixes please visit a local record shop, somewhere, or iTunes/eMusic
or Amazon/Beatport/Boomkat/LostTunes to download the original tracks and support the artists and labels making it, or maybe you could
find them on the excellent Spotify application. If you are a copyright owner, and would any of these audio snippets removed, just let me know.
* "You are not 'in the now'; you are the now. That is your essential identity--the only thing that never changes.
Life is always now. Now is consciousness. And consciousness is who you are. That's the equation."
Eckhart Tolle.

Saturday, 10 September 2011

Naomi Klein

Naomi Klein delivers an outstanding commentary on mankind and Mother Earth, commerce, risk, the nature of growth, sustainability, and a lot more.... highly recommended

"Days before this talk, journalist Naomi Klein was on a boat in the Gulf of Mexico, looking at the catastrophic results of BP's risky pursuit of oil. Our societies have become addicted to extreme risk in finding new energy, new financial instruments and more ... and too often, we're left to clean up a mess afterward. Klein's question: What's the backup plan?"

Monday, 5 September 2011

Spotikat!



Mmmjjjaaauuuu!

A simple idea beautifully done, exactly what my long-time Spotify subscription needs right now, the best of the best recommendations in a way thats easy to use, happy days!

SPOTIKAT

Sunday, 3 April 2011

And so farewell..... LCD Soundsystem

What a way to go... Arcade Fire guesting... here is last nights show in full...



Tuesday, 8 March 2011

Two Wings of a Bird: The Equality of Women and Men

I'm not a Bahá'í myself, but I absolutely love their approach to the emancipation of women.... for International Womens Day...

A Statement of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of the United States

The emancipation of women, the achievement of full equality between the sexes, is essential to human progress and the transformation of society. Inequality retards not only the advancement of women but the progress of civilization itself. The persistent denial of equality to one-half of the world's population is an affront to human dignity. It promotes destructive attitudes and habits in men and women that pass from the family to the work place, to political life, and, ultimately, to international relations. On no grounds, moral, biological, or traditional, can inequality be justified. The moral and psychological climate necessary to enable our nation to establish social justice and to contribute to global peace will be created only when women attain full partnership with men in all fields of endeavor. 1

The systematic oppression of women is a conspicuous and tragic fact of history. Restricted to narrow spheres of activity in the life of society, denied educational opportunities and basic human rights, subjected to violence, and frequently treated as less than human, women have been prevented from realizing their true potential. Age-old patterns of subordination, reflected in popular culture, literature and art, law, and even religious scriptures, continue to pervade every aspect of life. Despite the advancement of political and civil rights for women in America and the widespread acceptance of equality in principle, full equality has not been achieved.

The damaging effects of gender prejudice are a fault line beneath the foundation of our national life. The gains for women rest uneasily on unchanged, often unexamined, inherited assumptions. Much remains to be done. The achievement of full equality requires a new understanding of who we are, what is our purpose in life, and how we relate to one another an understanding that will compel us to reshape our lives and thereby our society.

At no time since the founding of the women's rights movement in America has the need to focus on this issue been greater. We stand at the threshold of a new century and a new millennium. Their challenges are already upon us, influencing our families, our lifestyles, our nation, our world. In the process of human evolution, the ages of infancy and childhood are past. The turbulence of adolescence is slowly and painfully preparing us for the age of maturity, when prejudice and exploitation will be abolished and unity established. The elements necessary to unify peoples and nations are precisely those needed to bring about equality of the sexes and to improve the relationships between women and men. The effort to overcome the history of inequality requires the full participation of every man, woman, youth, and child.

Over a century ago, for the first time in religious history, Bahá'u'lláh, the Founder of the Bahá'í Faith, in announcing God's purpose for the age, proclaimed the principle of the equality of women and men, saying: "Women and men have been and will always be equal in the sight of God."2 The establishment of equal rights and privileges for women and men, Bahá'u'lláh says, is a precondition for the attainment of a wider unity that will ensure the well-being and security of all peoples. The Bahá'í Writings state emphatically that, "When all mankind shall receive the same opportunity of education and the equality of men and women be realized, the foundations of war will be utterly destroyed."3

Thus the Bahá'í vision of equality between the sexes rests on the central spiritual principle of the oneness of humankind. The principle of oneness requires that we "regard humanity as a single individual, and one's own self as a member of that corporeal form," and that we foster an unshakable consciousness that, "if pain or injury afflicts any member of that body, it must inevitably result in suffering for all the rest."4

Bahá'u'lláh teaches that the divine purpose of creation is the achievement of unity among all peoples:

Know ye not why We created you all from the same dust? That no one should exalt himself over the other. Ponder at all times in your hearts how ye were created. Since We have created you all from one same substance it is incumbent on you to be even as one soul, to walk with the same feet, eat with the same mouth and dwell in the same land, that from your inmost being, by your deeds and actions, the signs of oneness and the essence of detachment may be made manifest.5

The full and equal participation of women in all spheres of life is essential to social and economic development, the abolition of war, and the ultimate establishment of a united world. In the Bahá'í Scriptures the equality of the sexes is a cornerstone of God's plan for human development and prosperity:

The world of humanity is possessed of two wings: the male and the female. So long as these two wings are not equivalent in strength, the bird will not fly. Until womankind reaches the same degree as man, until she enjoys the same arena of activity, extraordinary attainment for humanity will not be realized; humanity cannot wing its way to heights of real attainment. When the two wings . . . become equivalent in strength, enjoying the same prerogatives, the flight of man will be exceedingly lofty and extraordinary.6

The Bahá'í Writings state that to proclaim equality is not to deny that differences in function between women and men exist but rather to affirm the complementary roles men and women fulfill in the home and society at large. Stating that the acquisition of knowledge serves as "a ladder for [human] ascent,"Bahá'u'lláh prescribes identical education for women and men but stipulates that, when resources are limited, first priority should be given to the education of women and girls.7 The education of girls is particularly important because, although both parents have responsibilities for the rearing of children, it is through educated mothers that the benefits of knowledge can be most effectively diffused throughout society.

Reverence for, and protection of, motherhood have often been used as justification for keeping women socially and economically disadvantaged. It is this discriminatory and injurious result that must change. Great honor and nobility are rightly conferred on the station of motherhood and the importance of training children. Addressing the high station of motherhood, the Bahá'í Writings state, "O ye loving mothers, know ye that in God's sight, the best of all ways to worship Him is to educate the children and train them in all the perfections of humankind. . . ."8 The great challenge facing society is to make social and economic provisions for the full and equal participation of women in all aspects of life while simultaneously reinforcing the critical functions of motherhood.

Asserting that women and men share similar "station and rank" and "are equally the recipients of powers and endowments from God,"the Bahá'í teachings offer a model of equality based on the concept of partnership.9 Only when women become full participants in all domains of life and enter the important arenas of decision-making will humanity be prepared to embark on the next stage of its collective development.

Bahá'í Scripture emphatically states that women will be the greatest factor in establishing universal peace and international arbitration. "So it will come to pass that when women participate fully and equally in the affairs of the world, when they enter confidently and capably the great arena of laws and politics, war will cease; for woman will be the obstacle and hindrance to it."10

The elimination of discrimination against women is a spiritual and moral imperative that must ultimately reshape existing legal, economic, and social arrangements. Promoting the entry of greater numbers of women into positions of prominence and authority is a necessary but not sufficient step in creating a just social order. Without fundamental changes in the attitudes and values of individuals and in the underlying ethos of social institutions full equality between women and men cannot be achieved. A community based on partnership, a community in which aggression and the use of force are supplanted by cooperation and consultation, requires the transformation of the human heart.

The world in the past has been ruled by force, and man has dominated over woman by reason of his more forceful and aggressive qualities both of body and mind. But the balance is already shifting; force is losing its dominance, and mental alertness, intuition, and the spiritual qualities of love and service, in which woman is strong, are gaining ascendancy. Hence the new age will be an age less masculine and more permeated with the feminine ideals . . . an age in which the masculine and feminine elements of civilization will be more evenly balanced.11

Men have an inescapable duty to promote the equality of women. The presumption of superiority by men thwarts the ambition of women and inhibits the creation of an environment in which equality may reign. The destructive effects of inequality prevent men from maturing and developing the qualities necessary to meet the challenges of the new millennium. "As long as women are prevented from attaining their highest possibilities," the Bahá'í Writings state, "so long will men be unable to achieve the greatness which might be theirs."12 It is essential that men engage in a careful, deliberate examination of attitudes, feelings, and behavior deeply rooted in cultural habit, that block the equal participation of women and stifle the growth of men. The willingness of men to take responsibility for equality will create an optimum environment for progress: "When men own the equality of women there will be no need for them to struggle for their rights!"13

The long-standing and deeply rooted condition of inequality must be eliminated. To overcome such a condition requires the exercise of nothing short of "genuine love, extreme patience, true humility, consummate tact, sound initiative, mature wisdom, and deliberate, persistent, and prayerful effort."14 Ultimately, Bahá'u'lláh promises, a day will come when men will welcome women in all aspects of life. Now is the time to move decisively toward that promised future.


  1. See the Universal House of Justice, The Promise of World Peace: To the Peoples of the World (Wilmette, Ill.: Bahá'í Publishing Trust, 1985), pp.26-27.
  2. Bahá'u'lláh, Women: Extracts from the Writings of Bahá'u'lláh, 'Abdu'l-Bahá, Shoghi Effendi and the Universal House of Justice, comp. Research Department of the Universal House of Justice (Thornhill, Ontario: National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of Canada, 1986), no. 54.
  3. 'Abdu'l-Bahá, The Promulgation of Universal Peace: Talks delivered by 'Abdu'l-Bahá during His Visit to the United States and Canada in 1912, comp. Howard MacNutt, 2d ed. (Wilmette, Ill.: Bahá'í Publishing Trust, 1982), p. 175.
  4. 'Abdu'l-Bahá, The Secret of Divine Civilization, trans. Marzieh Gail and Ali-Kuli Khan, 1st ps ed. (Wilmette, Ill.: Bahá'í Publishing Trust, 1990), p. 39.
  5. Bahá'u'lláh, The Hidden Words, trans. Shoghi Effendi (Wilmette, Ill.: Bahá'í Publishing Trust, 1939), Arabic, no. 68.
  6. 'Abdu'l-Bahá, Promulgation, p. 375.
  7. Bahá'u'lláh, Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitab-i-Aqdas, comp. Research Department of the Universal House of Justice, trans. Habib Taherzadeh et al., 1st ps ed. (Wilmette, Ill.: Bahá'í Publishing Trust, 1988), p. 51.
  8. 'Abdu'l-Bahá, Selections from the Writings of 'Abdu'l-Bahá, comp. Research Department of the Universal House of Justice, trans. Committee at the Bahá'í World Centre and Marzieh Gail (Wilmette, Ill.: Bahá'í Publishing Trust, 1997), 114.1.
  9. Bahá'u'lláh, quoted in Women, no. 2; 'Abdu'l-Bahá, Promulgation, p. 300.
  10. 'Abdu'l-Bahá, Promulgation, p. 135.
  11. 'Abdu'l-Bahá, quoted in Wendell Phillips Dodge, "Abdul-Baha's Arrival in America," in Star of the West 3 (April 28, 1912), no. 3, p. 4.
  12. 'Abdu'l-Bahá, Paris Talks: Addresses Given by 'Abdu'l-Bahá in Paris in 1911, 12th ed. (London: Bahá'í Publishing Trust, 1995), 40.33
  13. 'Abdu'l-Bahá, Paris Talks, 50.14.
  14. Shoghi Effendi, The Advent of Divine Justice, p. 40.

Monday, 14 February 2011

If Music Be The Food Of Love....

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From the budoir of Gala (Elena Ivanovna Diakonova)

Dear friends, family, and friends of friends....

To celebrate Valentines Day, a small selection of recycled music for your enjoyment...
If you like something, please do buy or Spotify the original, and support the artists and labels.

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Facebook, YouTube etc.

I'm uploading a lot of music and video to the new Lifeblood Productions website & YouTube channel,
and all of it is magically updating the lovely new Lifeblood Productions Facebook page.... ah the joys of tech :)

To make sure you get notified of new mixes, downloads, videos etc, feel free to click this button and "like"

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Men Of Arlington

"More Irish men have stayed in Arlington House than in any other building in the world"

I was honoured to compose the score for this extraordinary documentary,
which premiers at the Jameson International Film Festival later this month.

"Men Of Arlington is a unique and moving testament to the tragedies and triumphs of the emigrant Irish.
A sensitive and powerful portrait of a forgotten generation of Irish migrant workers
who have passed through the doors of Camden’s famous working men’s hostel."

Tickets / review * Facebook * Website

From the budoir of Gala (Elena Ivanovna Diakonova)

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Free music!

The wonderful Marie Glad is giving away "Loverboy" for Valentines Day.
Get "Loverboy" as a free download from Marie's Facebook page - click here.
Read a review of Marie's "Bedroom Stories" release on Tuneraker - click here.
"Her voice is as timeless and beautiful as Joni Mitchell's and her lyrics warm and sensitive" (Groove)

The selections of Cian Ó Cíobháin are always a joy, but hard to find being CD only so far.
However his next selection "An Taobh Tuathail Vol IV" will be available as a download on Valentines Day.
Expect a chilled out selection featuring Actress, Lali Puna, Alex Smoke, Daedelus and much more.
www.rte.ie/rnag

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:: Mix 1 ::


1. Incidental / Ted Barnes
2. All the Trees of the Field / Sufjan Stephens
3. Song To The Siren / Tim Buckley
4. Man Of The World / Fleetwood Mac
5. Trashing Things / The Notwist
6. Skakka / Amina
7. Clap Hands / Tom Waits
8. Slump / Monotape
9. "The Calm Before" / E.A.R.
10. Pencil Stick / Clogs
11. Hemipode / Amina
12. I'm Very Sad / Clogs
13. Over The Ocean / Low
14. And So Begins The Task / Manassas
15. 'Til I Die / The Beach Boys
16. In Dark Trees / Brian Eno
17. Hasty Boom Alert / Mu-sic
18. Credo / Firstborn featuring Bennan Murphy

Stream Cloudcast

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:: Mix 2 ::

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1. Some Velvet Morning / Hazlewood & Sinatra
2. Sad Song / Lou Reed
3. Pictures Of Matchstick Men / Status Quo
4. Mic Check / Cornelius
5. Requiem Pour Un Con / Serge Gainsbourg
6. As Serious As Your Life / Four Tet
7. Come Clean / Jeru The Damaga
8. Dwyck / Gangstar
9. Soul Vibrations / Dorothy Ashby
10. General Confessional / Electric Prunes
11. Skylights / Freddy Fresh
12. On / The Delays
13. Neptune City / Death In Vegas
14. These Are The Ghosts / A Band Of Bees
15. Weed Bus / The Stairs
16. Piss Factory / Patti Smith
17. Come To My Senses / M. Craft
18. Jacknuggeted / Manitoba
19. Playhouses / TV On the Radio

Stream Cloudcast

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:: Mix 3 ::

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1. Beggin' (Pilooski Edit) / Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons
2. Moonlight, Music & You / Laura Greene
3. Love That Never Grows Old / Jackey Beaver
4. Now That I Found You Baby / Mirettes
5. If You Ask Me (Because I Love You) / Jerry Williams
6. That's The Same Thing / The Masquaders
7. She'll Come Running Back / Mel Brit
8. Heartache Souvenirs / William Powell
9. I Was Born To Love You / Herbert Hunter
10. Lover / De Lite
11. I'm Comun' Home In The Morn'un / Lou Pride
12. Psyche-Soulla-Funkadelic / The Politicians
13. Your Autumn Of Tomorrow / The Crow
14. There Was A Time / Gene Chandler
15. Hippy, Skippy, Moon Street / The Moon People
16. Use It Before You Lose It / Bobby Valentín
17. Have Love Will Travel / The Sonics
18. Don't Look Back / The Remains
19. Trick Bag / Artesians
20. Louie Louie / The Sonics
21. Trouble Up The Road / Jackie Brenston
22. I Can't Believe What You Say / Ike & Tina Turner
23. Open My Eyes / The Nazz
24. Black And White Town / Doves

Stream Cloudcast

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:: Mix 4 ::

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1. Someone Great / LCD Soundsystem
2. BEAT / Justice
3. Dance / Earth People
4. Take Me Away / True Faith
5. Home / Motorbass
6. Sleep Deprivation / Simian Mobile Disco
7. Smile (Remix) / Cosmo Vitelli
8. Bring It On (Teenage Bad Girl Remix) / Goose
9. Electronic Battle Weapon 9 / Chemical Brothers
10. Le Disko (Boys Noize Dub) / Shiny Toy Guns
11. Move My Body - Only4Erol Mix / Tiga
12. DANCE (MSTRKRFT Remix) / Justice
13. Strings Of Life (Danny Krivit) / Soul Central
14. Le Disko (Ferry Corsten Mix) / Shiny Toy Guns
15. Trash / The Whip
16. Testarossa - SebstiAn Remix / Kavinsky
17. Phantom (Faex Re-Edit) / Justice
18. Sharpen The Knives (Edit) / Phones
19. Cocotte - Hystereo Rebrand / Teenage Bad Girl
20. Bucky Done Gun / M.I.A.
21. Freak / LFO
22. I Know You Got Soul (Acen) / Eric B. & Rakim

Stream Cloudcast

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For what its worth...

"I have realised that injustice of the kind is no perversion of the system; it is the system."
Fascinating article on the heist of the century from George Monbiot in the Guardian -
here

"It is time we redefine the world around us, understand how it operates, and construct a better alternative."
Zeitgeist Movement response to Egypt and the Wikileaks Fallout "Global Politics on Trial" - here.

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And finally....

"Together, we've created journeys that were beyond anything we could imagine.
We have ridden into the sunset on a white stallion, countless times.
We've tasted the dust in the birthplaces of religions.

Yet you still take my breath away.

I'm still not complete until I look in your eyes.
You are my woman, my lover, my mate and my lady.
I've loved you forever, I love you now and I will love you forevermore."

- Patrick Swayze's Renewed Vows To His Wife, Niemi

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Love always,

Oisin x

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Splendour In The Grass

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If you enjoy the music featured in these promotional mixes please visit a local record shop, somewhere, or iTunes/eMusic
or Amazon/Beatport/Boomkat/LostTunes to download the original tracks and support the artists and labels making it, or maybe you could
find them on the excellent Spotify application. If you are a copyright owner, and would any of these audio snippets removed, just let me know...

Skimmer