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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Respected MC Doc Brown's version of Gary Jules' surprise Christmas number one is the perfect antidote to this now ubiquitous tune
95 minutes of techno-laced laptoppery, recorded live at Bristol's Trinity Centre
El Kano of London's Adverse Camber crew serves up an exclusive mix of spannered basslines and ruff electronics
Nomadic laptop luddite Filastine crunches up found sound, street beats and live darbouka at his London album launch
Throbbing and wobbling out of Neil Landstrumm's Edinburgh studio comes this 50-minute live mix of new material
Bass Clef's legendary live decks 'n' theremin mix, featuring 62 dub and bashment flavas
Bass Clef returns to the Echo Chamber in September 2006 to lay down another hour of dancehall, FX and drum machine delirium
The first instalment of Hanuman's epic mix trilogy
The second instalment of Hanuman's epic mix trilogy
The third and final instalment of Hanuman's epic mix trilogy, recorded exclusively for Spannered
A riotous hour-long performance from breakcore wizard Aaron Spectre
Dubstep-acid-breaks, with a dash of Marvin Gaye
A short but perfectly formed mix from Tom Giles aka Clause Four
A remix of the Brazilian MC duo by Soul Slinger and the late Disco D
A remix of the Brazilian MC duo by Blackmass Plastics of the Dead Silence Syndicate
Recorded at Adverse Camber's 4th Birthday Rites at Corsica Studios, London, November 2005
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