Spannered's radio section contains a truckload of DJ mixes and live sets recorded exclusively for the site, plus vintage gig recordings from artists such as Filastine, Vex'd and Surgeon. There are also hard-to-find tracks to download — and don't forget to check Mago Bo's Sambacana Brazilian Music Archive too! And now you can also subscribe to all of Spannered Radio as a podcast.
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Spannered's sixth Oddcast is a rich mix of folk, Latin, hip hop, indie and electronica woven together by Mys-Elf, organiser of London's Guerrilla Zoo parties
Ever had your cranium poleaxed? El Kano takes the reins for Spannered’s fifth Oddcast — a selection that’ll have even the hardiest of superheros crapping into their lycra
Randomoidz of London's Adverse Camber collective unfurls a four-and-a-half minute contraction of his favourite ska numbers for Spannered's fourth Oddcast
A selection of tasty Brazilian nuggets makes up the third instalment of Spannered's Oddcast series
Weighing in at just under 24 minutes, Spannered squeezes out its second Oddcast
The audio equivalent of ice cream with pickled onions? Jerome Hill strings together a selection of sounds to sate the musical cravings of the childbearing lady (also compatible with other activities)
Glasgow's Production Unit embraces the Oddcast ethos with a magnificent medley spanning jazz, industrial, gamelan... and the illustrious Bernard Cribbins
Spannered's 13th Oddcast rolls into town courtesy of Australia's legendary Nam Shub Of Enki
The inimitable DJ Bus Replacement Service travels to the end of the internet to assemble another platter of freshly polished audio turds
The Timestump Project takes you back and zooms you in on a single year in musical history for the eleventh installment of Spannered's Oddcast series
Datassette presents relentless yardage of polyester swagger and vintage synths for your listening pleasure
Lovingly crafted by our own fair hand, we're pleased to present the very first Spannered Oddcast: an unmissable selection of favourite tunes, new and old
Todd Osborn slips into his jungle pyjamas to perform at Bristol's Bashout night under his Soundmurderer guise
A trawl through crunchy electro and heavy bass, taking in some delicate, cinematic moods on the way
An epic 80-minute techno/breaks romp from Scheme Boy of London's Adverse Camber collective
Half an hour of crunchy 8-bit deepness from Japan's Game Boy dubstep wizard
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