Tim Burgess Field Day Radio Special
Field Day Radio Episode 13
Fresh from spinning some tracks at R Stevie Moore last night, we’re greeting the morning with an excellent radio show courtesy of Field Day Radio and Tim Burgess.
Episode 13 is a Tim Burgess Special, with Tim in the studio selecting his favourite music and giving exclusive acoustic performances of his songs ‘The Doors Of Then’ and ‘The Economy’. Tim discusses his O Genesis Label, spinning some of its latest releases and tells us how excited he is to bring his own coffee stall to Field Day, in the form of Tim Peaks Coffee.
Tim also explores his musical past with tracks that have influenced him over the years and selects some great new music from his favourite Field Day artists. Music comes from the likes of R. Stevie Moore and Kurt Vile, as well as classic tracks by New Order, The Byrds, The Damned and, of course, The Charlatans.
Watch Tim perform ‘The Doors of Then’ exclusively for Field Day Radio here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQjx0XJjkr4
Mt Warning - Forward Miles (video)
There’s a tingle of summer in the air in London and this new one from Mt Warning could be one of its signature 2013 jams. Zane Lowe gave it a spin last night as his Next Hype too. Catch them at the Shacklewell (22nd May) and Field Day.
Django Django Mix for Field Day Radio
Psych-Poppers Django Django have been reeling in critical praise since the release of their killer self titled LP. Their pop rhythms and harmonic vocals are tossed to the side for a Field Day Radio session as they blend hip hop and soul into a mix worth checking out.
Caribou Vibration Ensemble
As you know we’re big fans of Caribou here and so we are really excited to hear about the new double LP live album that they are preparing for sale on tour. The artwork is beautiful and anybody who caught Caribou at either of our two shows earlier in the year or Field Day 2010 will know how good Dan Snaith and his cohorts are live.
The live album is recorded from a special set at ATP New York last year and features Four Tet and many others. This sent us on a rather geeky hunt for footage of the performance and this is the fruit of our labour: