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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Tego Calderón and M.I.A. rub up with roaming beatsmiths Maga Bo and Filastine as badman selector El Kano gets on a mutant ragga tip
A lesson in musical intensity, direct and exclusive from techno pioneer Anthony Child
A free track to download from the album Formant Potaton by Braindance artist Cylob
Kone-R aka Russ Parsons, co-founder of the Uncharted Audio label, makes his Spannered mix debut with an on-point selection of deep techno tracks
ForceFed dish up a live set of deep-fried dub and braised bashment, garnished with a sprinkle of arcade game electronica
Hip hop don't stop! Well, not for 600 tracks anyway. Master mixer Bobby Corridor returns to Spannered with the mother of all megamixes
DJ Ripley drops this exclusive mix for Spannered, packed with reggaeton pressure and propelled along by breakcore mentalism
Bass Clef's legendary live decks 'n' theremin mix, featuring 62 dub and bashment flavas
The mighty Bass Clef invites you (and your neighbours) on a tour of the influences behind his Inner Space Break Free album
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
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)
Weighing in at just under 24 minutes, Spannered squeezes out its second Oddcast
Rebel Intelligence operative agent2 crafts his first mix for Spannered, featuring the likes of Surburban Knight, Snuff Crew and Virgo Four
Dense and challenging with haunting layers of sound, Max Duley shares a sinuous yet sinewy ambient mix stacked full of off-centre electronic treasures and noise gems
Half an hour of crunchy 8-bit deepness from Japan's Game Boy dubstep wizard
Salt-n-Pepa were there, as was Grandmaster Flash — even Juan Atkins wheeled out his Model 500 outfit for a rare live gig... but for many it was Matt Whitehead who stole the show at this year's Bloc Weekend festival
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