Crafty Butcher Mix
Cheeky chappy Hanuman returns to Radio Spannered with another sizzling soundclash
72 minutes of exclusives, oddities and ting. Grab it while it's hot!
  • Ahmed Mneimneh — Aini Bet Ref (Rough Guide)
  • Toddla T feat Serocee — Inna Di Dancehall (1965)
  • Hanuman — Crafty Butcher Riddim (Unreleased)
  • Mahala Rai Banda — Iest Sexy (crammed)
  • Boikutt and Stormtrap feat. Lethal Skills — Qararat (Unreleased)
  • Gwen Stefani — Hollaback Girl (Instrumental)
  • Doormouse — Chamura Noise Loop (Distort)
  • Mercan Dede — Walking on the Red Sea (Dreams of the Sufi Saints) (Golden Horn)
  • Shackleton — I Want to Eat You (Mordant Music)
  • Hanuman & Ed Mowat — Welcome to Jonestown (Unreleased)
  • Municiple — Possessed (Unre | leased)
  • Burial — Unite (Soul Jazz)
  • Os Tchtutchcos — Chapa Quente (Essay)
  • Mala — Left Leg Out (DMZ)
  • Frederic Galliano feat Tony Amado, Pinta Tirru, Zoca Zoca and Gata Aggresiva — Mwana Tchoa (Frikyiwa)
  • Sinden & The Count of Monte Cristal — Beeper (Counterfeet)
  • Boban Marković Orkestar — Od Srca (soulstar)
  • Lady Fury — Too Much Drugs (Ghislain Poirier Remix) (Chocolate Industries)
  • Monkey Steak — Ratatosk's Tree Riddim (Unreleased)
  • Dizzee Rascal — Flex (XL)
  • Zed Bias feat. Juiceman and Nicky — Time Out (Locked On)
  • Clipse Feat Pharell — Me Too (Zomba)
  • DJ C — Gone a Jail (Version) (Shockout)
  • Balkan Beat Box — Gypsy Queens (Crammed)
  • Atki2 & Spragga Benz — Medium Rare (Unreleased)
  • Remarc — Bad Bwoy (Planet Mu)
  • Anthony Johnson — Gunshot (Midnight Rock)
  • Nihil Fist — Think and Destroy B1 (Praxis)
  • Skream — Sub Island (Soul Jazz)
  • Yannis Kyriakides & Andy Moor — Vamvakaris (Edit) (Unsound)
  • Rusko — Hornz Cru (Dub Police)
  • Shackleton — Hamas Rule (Skull Disco)
  • Mr Gasparov — Lost in Communication (Unreleased)
  • D.I.M — Airbus Baby (Turbo)
  • Skepta feat Wiley, JME, Bearman, Jammer, Trim, Footsie — Duppy (Boy Better Know)


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