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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Kper maps out manoeuvres from the new wave of electronic producers warping the bones of hip hop
Grimey beats hovering around the 140 bpm mark, dashed with Nepali lok pop and 8-bit mentalism
A deeply, darkly ambient mix by sylvan-eared Coppice. First in a series inspired by lost corners of forest and parkland in London
Hankering for hyperspeed electrofunk? New Militant Science signing Mossman showcases latest releases from the label bridging the divide between electro and D'n'B
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
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
New York-based DJ N-RON, studio collaborator with the likes of DJ /rupture and Matt Shadetek, drops a super-deep showcase of his own productions
An epic 80-minute techno/breaks romp from Scheme Boy of London's Adverse Camber collective
Unity Gain Temple vomits up a disturbing sound collage for Spannered's 9th Oddcast
Stormy bleeps 'n' bass from analogue assassin Neil Landstrumm
El Kano of London's Adverse Camber crew serves up an exclusive mix of spannered basslines and ruff electronics
Jim Petherwick from Bristol's under_score crew mixes up some of his techno and dubstep faves for Spannered
The second of two Bristol mixtapes to recently reach Spannered is a thoroughly enjoyable romp through reggae, ska and 8-bit territory
Bass Clef returns to the Echo Chamber in September 2006 to lay down another hour of dancehall, FX and drum machine delirium
Two and a half hours of raw techno tunage, scratched and stitched together by Don't Recordings' Jerome Hill
The second instalment of Hanuman's epic mix trilogy
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