I walked into the Dublab studio yesterday and was greeted with the sight of DJ Expo performing all manner of incredibly impressive DJ manouvers in a set of amazing sounding soul and funk tracks, as he faded out a 15 minute Isaac Hayes track in a way that I will never be able to properly describe (it involved using some sort of DJ program to loop the song on the spot, and in effect create a new ending to it,) then my friend Ale, and I took the mic to introduce the show we were about to begin. We then spent the next hour and a half playing nothing but Jesus & Mary Chain songs, including Ale performing a live cover of "You Trip Me Up" right in the middle of our set. Right now I'm listening to a set that began with a song from lesser known late 70s 4AD band Psychotik Tanks, and has unfolded into songs that are bit more in the shoegaze and/or space rock family. What I'm listening to now, I would not be surprised to find on a Che Records compilation. Naturally this set is provided by resident post punk expert Michael Stock.
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