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Def Sound - Colo(u)rs
Injury Reserve - TenTenths
Lucy Pearl - dontmesswithmymans (KAYTRAEDIT)
Social Lovers - Drop Me A Line
Erykah Badu - What's Yo Phone Number/Telephone Medley (Ghost of Screw Mix)
Roy Irwin - King Of Pop
Wukong the Monkey King 悟空 - Ode to Keen / 踊跃颂
Gorillaz - Garage Palace feat. Little Simz
Gabriel Garzon-Montano - Bombo Fabrika Remix (feat. Little Simz)
Alex Cameron - Stranger's Kiss (with Angel Olsen)
INXXXWEL - Turn Me Up & Out
DAPHNI - Carry On
Brian Bennett - Cloning
Ron Obvious - Man Ray
Loose Joints - Is It All Over My Face? (Female Version)
Rick Wade - Strong Arm
Soulparlor - Pure (K15 Remix)
Totems - Opaque Worlds
Alex Coulton - Recall
Rick Wade - I Can Feel It
Sylvia Striplin - You Can't Turn Me Away
Sir Menelik - Space Cadillac (ft. Kool Keith)
Christoph el Truento - hungrymoney
Charlotte Dos Santos - Good Sign
Action Bronson - Let It Rain
Bob James - Westchester Lady
Angela Starr - Disco Dancing
M Ward - Chinese Translation
King Krule - Dum Surfer

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Universal Harmony: November 7, 2017

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Tue 7 Nov 2017

Featuring music from Def Sound, Injury Reserve, Social Lovers, Erykah Badu, Gorillaz, Gabriel Garzon-Montano, INXXXWEL, Daphni, Brian Bennett, Totems, Action Bronson and King Krule.

The Sound of Sydney set:
Checking in with our man Carlos, to hear what life's like in our slightly bigger sister city... 

Loose Joints - Is It All Over My Face? (Female Version)
Rick Wade - Strong Arm
Soulparlor - Pure (K15 Remix)

Pre-Mo Tuuuune:
The song we shine a spotlight on...

Gabriel Garzón-Montano’s "Bombo Fabrika Remix (Feat. Little Simz)
The original version of "Bombo Fabrika" appears on Brooklyn singer-songwriter Gabriel Garzón-Montano's 2017 debut Jardín. The woozy instrumental was given to U.K. rapper Little Simz after the pair met at a festival in Japan.

Feature: A Different Take On The World
Where we highlight a different way of thinking in order to better understand our experience of the world...

The Story of the Chinese Farmer
Read by Alan Wilson Watts, who was a British philosopher, writer, and speaker, best known as an interpreter and populariser of Eastern philosophy for a Western audience. "The Story of the Chinese Farmer" suggests you never know the consequences of anything that happens in the universe. It's a parable about life and nature that helps us to stay grounded in truth.
 

Universal Harmony: October 31, 2017

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Tue 31 Oct 2017

Featuring music from Bludwork, Max Graef, Theo Motion, Lord Echo, King Krule, Hugh Masekela, The The, OL, Paleman, Trulz & Robin, Badbadnotgood, Amine and Blood Orange.

The Sound of Sydney set:
Checking in with our man Carlos, to hear what life's like in our slightly bigger sister city... 

KGB - Detroit 909 (Rydm Sectors mix)
Ron Big & Irv Katz - Groove Control To Major Ron
Alessandroni, Paul & Honesty - Welcome (Maurice Fulton Rmx)

Pre-Mo Tuuuune:
The song we shine a spotlight on...

SOMNAMBULIST - Things I Was Due To Forget
Recorded live at the PARADOX, Antwerp in 1983, it was first released on cassette by CENTRAL TAPES. The song then appeared on Withered Land, released October 31, 1983. 

Feature: A Different Take On The World
Where we highlight a different way of thinking in order to better understand our experience of the world...

This week we have American author Ryan Holiday, who's best sellers include Ego is the Enemy, The Daily Stoic, Growth Hacker and The Obstacle Is The Way... in which Holiday gives a different perspective on the challenges we face. "We give up too easily. With a simple change of attitude, what seem like insurmountable obstacles become once-in-a-lifetime opportunities."
 

Universal Harmony: October 24, 2017

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Tue 24 Oct 2017

Featuring music from The Cool Kids, AJ Tracey, Four Tet, Totems, !!! (Chk Chk Chk), Thai Mason, The DangerFeels Newbies, Random Factor, Ray Barreto, Djrum, Ear Dis, Burial and Art Feynman.

The Sound of Sydney set:
Checking in with our man Carlos, to hear what life's like in our slightly bigger sister city... 

Adonis - No Way Back
Aaron-Arce - Pressure
Aaron Carl - Oasis (G. Mitchell Vocal Mix)

Pre-Mo Tuuuune:
Each week we shine the spotlight on one song...

Thai Mason - Stillness ft. Tabanca
Over the past two years, Thai Mason - the 25-year old rapper from Birmingham - has released a handful of singles that have helped begin to establish his unique sound. His new mixtape includes collaborations and production from hotly-tipped artists such as FKJ, Karma Kid, Salute, Bearcubs alongside emerging talent such as Wize and Jordan James. This new single ‘Stillness,’ produced by rising British talent El. Train and featuring London songstress Tabanca.

Feature: Wake Up To The System, part 4/4
In this last episode, writer Andrew Macpherson describes the challenges facing the system as essentially a battle between good and evil. Good is a creative force, it’s the collective ‘we’.
 

Universal Harmony: October 17, 2017

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Tue 17 Oct 2017

Featuring music from Injury Reserve, Mehbian, Androo, Shigeto, Slakah the Beatchild, AJ Tracey, King Britt, Hotmood, Swarvy, King Krule and Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile.

The Sound of Sydney set:
Checking in with our man Carlos, to hear what life's like in our slightly bigger sister city... 

Androo - 2000 & Universe
Jah Wobble - Blowout
Charlie - Spacer Woman
Daphni - Face to Face

Pre-Mo Tuuuune:
Each week we shine the spotlight on one song...

Superorganism - Something For Your M.I.N.D.  
This is the first official single released by Superorganism. When initially posted to Soundcloud, the band included a brief and cryptic bio: "We are Superorganism. We are in Maine/London. We are DIY. We are eight and multiplying. We have become sentient."​ The video is well worth a look!

Feature: Wake Up To The System, part 3/4
In recent years, writer Andrew Macpherson has been researching the subject of money. This week’s episode, titled 'What can we do to change the system to benefit all people”, discusses the possibility of profit being removed. "There are two kinds of play: one productive, one less so. if you play a game of chess or football there will always be a looser, but if you play music everyone is a winner."
 

Universal Harmony: October 10, 2017

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Tue 10 Oct 2017

Featuring music from Romare, Letherette, Leno Lovecraft, Shaney Shane Vincent, Deer Park, Dadras, Life on Planets, Blackjoy, Benedek and Vaskular.

The Sound of Sydney set:
Checking in with our man Carlos, to hear what life's like in our slightly bigger sister city... 

Fokn Bois - B4 U Die
Zig Zag - Stop Stop Stop
Fort Romeau - I Need U

Pre-Mo Tuuuune:
Each week we shine the spotlight on one song...

Deer Park - In Ur Prime  
'In Ur Prime' is the first single from their stunning new album, Saboteurs. It's well worth your time to listen to the record from start to finish, available here https://deerpark.bandcamp.com/

Feature: Wake Up To The System, part 2/4
In recent years, writer Andrew Macpherson has been researching the subject of money. This week’s episode, titled 'Know The System For What It Is', touches on how global banking doesn't seem concerned with the welfare of people, only with their power and profit. Does quantitative easing dilute and devalue the value of money that already exists? Perhaps.
 

Universal Harmony: October 3, 2017

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Tue 3 Oct 2017

Featuring music from Liars, The Cool Kids, King Krule, D. Tiffany, Stormzy, Christian Rich, The Horrors, Rapsody, Ryan Paris, High Fashion, Billy Ocean and Chynna.

The Sound of Sydney set:
Checking in with our man Carlos, to hear what life's like in our slightly bigger sister city... 

Mr. Scruff - We Are Coming (Max Graef Remix)
Motor City Drum Ensemble - Raw Cuts # 3
Chaos In The CBD - United Identities

Pre-Mo Tuuuune:
Each week we shine the spotlight on one song...

Samiyam - The Boat Can Leave Now  
Real name Sam Baker, Samiyam has produced music for Earl Sweatshirt and Pharaohe Monch. Discovered by Flying Lotus, who first put him out through his record label 'Brainfeeder', this song was released by Stones Throw.

Feature: Wake Up To The System
Over the past 10 years, writer Andrew Macpherson has done a huge amount of research on the subject of money. This first episode is titled Describing the System and states the shortcomings of large centralised bureaucracies can be clearly seen throughout history (Roman Empire, to the Soviet State, through to today in the workings of the EU and UN).
 

Universal Harmony: September 26, 2017

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Tue 26 Sep 2017

Featuring music from Hiroshima, Xanga, Ezy & Isaac, Yousui Inoue, The Staple Singers, Bufiman, Miharu Koshi, Roger, Bjorn Torske, Federico and the Marrakech Orchestra, Los Negros and Mori Ra.

The Sound of Sydney set:
Checking in with our man Carlos, to hear what life's like in our slightly bigger sister city... 

Vanderkraft - Ce Bon Vieux Jean Lassalle
Richenel - Autumn
Peech Boys - Life Is Something Special (Special Edition)

Pre-Mo Tuuuune:
Each week we shine the spotlight on one song...

Nicola Cruz - Cumbia del Olvido
A song from Ecuadorian producer Nicola Cruz's debut album ‘Prender el Alma’, on ZZK Records (October 2015). 

Feature: Wake Up To The System
Most people are good and so most people assume the people in power are good. But, sometimes, they're controlled by money and by greed, by banks and political donations. Awareness starts with knowing what you're dealing with and so this segment asks: shouldn't politicians be dressed like Daytona drivers?
 

Universal Harmony: September 19, 2017

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Tue 19 Sep 2017

Featuring music from The Colours That Rise, Toro y Moi, Gerry Read, Airhead, Mase, Totems, Princess Nokia, Mos Def, King Krule, Vhoor, Queen Neptune, Amamelia, DMX Krew, Savage Hymn, Los Negros and B.Bravo.

The Sound of Sydney set:
Checking in with our man Carlos, to hear what life's like in our slightly bigger sister city... 

Krisp - Sunlight
Zanzibar Chanel - Drunk At The Jazz Club
Chaos In The CBD - Subterranean Storm

Pre-Mo Tuuuune:
The song we shine a spotlight on...

Princess Nokia - Brick City
Late last year Princess Nokia released her album 1992 online, but last week she expanded that and released '1992 Deluxe' both online and in hard copy, with 7 new songs. September 8 through Rough Trade.
 

Universal Harmony: September 12, 2017

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Tue 12 Sep 2017

Featuring music from D. Tiffany, Weekend At Barnie's, Los Negros, St Germain, Charlie, Moony Me, Benedek, Rob, Asha Puthli, Tommy Awards and Ikonika.

The Sound of Sydney set:
Checking in with our man Carlos, to hear what life's like in our slightly bigger sister city... 

Tom Tom Club - Genius of Love
Fernando - Float 
LFO - Tan Ta Ra

Pre-Mo Tuuuune:
The song we shine a spotlight on...

Everything Is Recorded - Mountains of Gold (feat. Sampha, Ibeyi, Wiki, & Kamasi Washington)
Richard Russell is the head of XL recordings and this song is part of an even cooler project that we've been following for a while. This year Russell's been collaborating with different artists as a producer for his 'Everything Is Recorded' project.

BROCKHAMPTON - GUMMY
The first track from their new album titled SATURATION II, which was released Aug 25. BROCKHAMPTON is a Los Angeles-based American alternative hip hop "boy band" formed in San Marcos, Texas in 2015. 
They are a group of mixed-race queer and starring rappers, singers, directors, producers, and photographers. And this is their third album, the second this year with Saturation released in June - at the time we played the song GOLD. 

Feature: A Different Take On The World
Where we highlight a different way of thinking in order to better understand our experience of the world...

This week we visit Parral, Chile with a poem by Pablo Neruda called Poema 20. Born July 1904, Pablo Neruda was the pen name and, later, legal name of the Chilean poet-diplomat and politician Ricardo Eliecer Neftali Reyes Bosoalto. He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971. Translated as Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Dispair , the poem expresses the pain of losing a lover. The bittersweet sentiment recalls their passionate relationship and recognises that "love is so short, forgetting is so long."
 

Universal Harmony: September 5, 2017

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Tue 5 Sep 2017