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DAISIEcast | December 2015 | Radio D A I S I E

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Welcome to this DAISIEcast compiled by Radio D A I S I E for December 2015. Featuring Digitally Autonomous + Independent Sounds from the likes of Thomas Fontana, Sy Smith and Anderson Paak.

We take a listen to a track coming in from new and upfront music producer Ben Charles out of London, delve into some end of year compilations courtesy of First Word Records + Jazzanova and listen to the UK Premiere of south African producer Oja‘s latest offering called “Feeding The Distance“.

As always, thanks for supporting the show through it’s many evolutionary guises. If you’re partaking in the festivites, enjoy yourselves, keep it safe and have a brilliant start to 2016!

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DAISIEcast | December 2015 | Radio D A I S I E

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The Jazzual Suspects – The Beat (Original Mix)
Pete Josef – The Travelling Song
Jah Wobble Presents PJ Higgins – Chaingang (Eva Be Remix)
Sy Smith – When I Think Of You (Janet Jackson Cover)
Children Of Zeus – No Sunshine Tomorrow
Neguim – We Dancin’
Illa J – Sunflower ft a l l i e (DJ Spinna Remix)
Kazo Izolado – Love & Happiness
Oja – Feeding The Distance
Peter Van Hoesen – Swerve Damio (Original Mix)
Thomas Fontana – Escape
The Foreign Exchange – Asking For A Friend (Stro Eliot’s Roller Rink Rework)
Anderson Paak – Am I Wrong ft Schoolboy Q (prod. by Pomo)
Ben Charles – Clear The Smoke ft Thy Maryan

Compiled and Recorded at ‪#‎DAISIE‬ HQ, Manchester, UK

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Digitally Autonomous + Independent Sounds I've Encountered

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