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thirty-two // 24.04.12 // 212 - Back on Form.

Since moving to our monthly slot we've been missing the airwaves a fair bit, so this week's episode is a total rundown of what we've been feeling for the last 2 months.

Expect the unexpected!

32. x

Posted at 15:20, 24th April 2012

so low

thirty-two // 28.02.12 // 211 - Mr. Tuner

This week's episode features a solo show from Mr. Tuner, it's a straight up mix of funk, hip hop, beats and bass, we hope you enjoy it!

Posted at 19:36, 28th February 2012

twenty twelve

thirty-two // 17.01.12 // 210 - Threetwo

We're back in the studio for the first show of the year, with an all out DJ Sneak mix from Pasty and a selection of Twonkos fresh cuts.

Remember and catch Twonko this weekend at Void, Chambre 69 this Saturday, with an afterparty you won't want to miss.

Facebook event is here:

Lock it!

Posted at 20:44, 17th January 2012

techno tuesdays

thirty-two // 13.12.11 // 209 - James The Cat

For the last episode of the year we've invited our good friend James The Cat round to the studio to show off his collection of 4/4 stompers.

We've been meaning to get this boy in for a while, and what better time than now to combat the end of year blues!

Posted at 19:05, 9th January 2012

billa ballin'

thirty-two // 29.11.11 // 208 - Billa Qause

On this week's episode of Thirty-two we're excited to bring you a very special guest mix from Billa Qause, a beat maker/graphic designer/MC and all round creative boss all the way from Athens, Greece.

We first heard Billa on Mark Farina's Mushroom Jazz compilation with a track called All Night, and since then everything else we've encountered by him has been straight up dope. His album Jazzova was one of our favourite releases of last year, and it's still keeping it's solid place in our most played lists.

As well as his solo project, Billa is also a part of Pad Trio, a collaboration with J. Melik and Kill Emil that's determined to bring the old school hip hop flavours back to the scene with a whole lot of MPC button bashing. If you haven't caught their live stuff yet we suggest you go check it out.

With recent bombs dropping on Riddim Fruit, Cast-a-Blast, and his own label Beat Quick, you can be sure that Billa's mix today is nothing short of head noddin'.

Posted at 16:04, 29th November 2011

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