FatCat Radio Shows - Including Pure Adult and Prince Sherman mixes

During lockdown we have had the chance to collaborate with some amazing musicians incorporating their mixes to the FatCat Radio Show.

We are really happy to welcome Brooklyns 'Pure Adult' into the FatCat bunker for another episode of the FatCat Records radio show for 1BTN. Jeremy and Bianca make a wild, absorbing, wilful noise and have an eclectic taste in music.. here's what Jeremy says about his mix; I tend to fixate on how things are sequenced and the effect on perception a sequence of events, objects or (in this case) songs has. Hopefully this sequence of songs will introduce you to material you haven't heard and the sequence of songs will resonate with you. Track listing: Shellac - The End of Radio Death Grips - Guillotine Congo Natty - Junglist (ft. Peter Bouncer) Changa Namwele - Machine Gunners Black Eyes - Someone Has His Fingers Broken Meatraffle - 'Ndrangheta Allotment Weird War - AK-47 Baxter Dury, Etienne de Crecy, Delilah Holliday - Only My Honesty Matters Sex Swing - Nighttime Worker Your Food - Cool Dj Screw - Sippin’ Codeine (ft. Big Moe) Whatever Brains - Pluries This Heat - Paper Hats U.S. Maple - Magic Job

FatCat are super psyched to have the legend that is Prince Sherman deliver us a special one hour "Lockdown Dub" mix for our radio show on the airwaves of Brighton's 1BTN radio.
Sherman worked at both the NME and The Melody Maker throughout the nineties, and was responsible for introducing and showcasing a new and emerging electronic music scene and was a regular visitor to the FatCat record store.
He has also tour managed for The Orb and Two Lone Swordsmen, he co-ran the Cloak & Dagger label, and is a renowned disc jockeying record-changer, he's been selcting nice slabs of vinyl since the mid-80s. Now sells records under the guise of Shake The Foundations.
This mix has been been lovingly compiled using those beautiful slabs of black vinyl from his extensive collection.
‘Lockdown Dub’ is dedicated to all those who have lost loved ones, to all NHS staff, key workers, frontliners, family and friends.

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