JUST BUGGIN. PLAYLIST & LISTEN AGAIN LINKS FOR 28/4/10

MARK DEVLIN
JUST BUGGIN’ ON OXFORD’S FM107.9 (WWW.FM1079.COM)
PLAYLIST FOR WEDNESDAY 28TH APRIL 2010

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PART 1 

PART 2

B.o.B Featuring BRU: NOTHING ON YOU

GURU Featuring MR. LIF: NO TIME FOR STRESS

TY: GET TO THE SKY

RAMPAGE & CRAIG MACK: YOU WON’T BE AROUND

KINETIK: EMOTIONS (REMIX)

E SMITTY Featuring AGALLAH: DREAMED

STREET BEAT OF THE WEEK:
LITTLE BROTHER Featuring KHRYSIS: GET ENOUGH PT 2

MURS & 9TH WONDER Featuring KURUPT: FORNEVER

OLD TO THE NEW:
HEATHER B: ALL GLOCKS DOWN

HEATHER B: THE GAME DON’T STOP

GUEST PRODUCER INTERVIEW SESSION: NICK ‘STEALF’ LESTER

MARK DEVLIN’S BEATMASTERS MIX: DJ PREMIER
GROUP HOME: SUPERSTAR
KRS ONE: MCs ACT LIKE THEY DON’T KNOW
HEATHER B: ALL GLOCKS DOWN
NAS: NAS IS LIKE
DAS EFX: REAL HIP HOP
NOTORIOUS BIG: UNBELIEVABLE
RAKIM: IT’S BEEN A LONG TIME
OC: MY WORLD
GANG STARR: THE ? REMAINS
JANET JACKSON: TOGETHER AGAIN (DJ Premier Remix)
CAPONE ‘N’ NOREAGA: INVINCIBLE
JERU THA DAMAJA: YA PLAYIN’ YASELF
CROOKLYN DODGERS: RETURN OF THE CROOKLYN DODGERS
M.O.P Featuring BUSTA RHYMES & REMY: ANTE UP (Remix)
BIG L Featuring BIG DADDY KANE: PLATINUM PLUS
GANG STARR: FULL CLIP
GANG STARR Featuring NICE ‘N’ SMOOTH: DWYCK
ROYCE DA 5’9: BOOM
BUMPY KNUCKLES: A PART OF MY LIFE
JERU THA DAMAJA: ONE DAY

ERYKAH BADU: TURN ME AWAY (GET MUNNY)

MURS & 9TH WONDER Featuring SUGA FREE: LET ME TALK

NEFEW: ANTIHERO BEGINS

KOOLADE Featuring MAYLAY SPARKS: YOU & YOURS

DIABOLIC Featuring VINNIE PAZ: NOT AGAIN

LONGSHOT, PHASHARA, QWAZAAR & SAVANT: SAY YOUR PRAYERS

KING MAGNETIC: I CAN’T SEE

RESPECT THA GOD: I RAP 4

KAYDEE: RIGHT HERE

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JUST BUGGIN GURU/ MALCOLM MCLAREN TRIBUTE SHOW, 21/4/10. PLAYLIST & LISTEN AGAIN LINKS


MARK DEVLIN
JUST BUGGIN’ ON OXFORD’S FM107.9 (WWW.FM1079.COM)
PLAYLIST FOR WEDNESDAY 21ST APRIL 2010
TRIBUTE SHOW TO GURU AND MALCOLM McLAREN

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Part 1 (Guru tribute):

Part 2 (Malcolm McLaren tribute):

NORE & IMAM THUG: GURU TRIBUTE FREESTYLE

NUCCI REYO: HIP HOP IS IN DEBT/ GURU FREESTYLE

DJ MISTER CEE’S HOT 97 THROWBACK AT NOON TRIBUTE MIX TO GURU

GURU Featuring N’DEA DAVENPORT: TRUST ME

GURU Featuring DC LEE: NO TIME TO PLAY

GANG STARR: MOMENT OF TRUTH

DJ PREMIER MALCOLM MCLAREN TRIBUTE MIX

MALCOLM MCLAREN – IT WAS A NEW YORK PHENOMENON
SEX PISTOLS – ANARCHY IN THE UK
MALCOLM MCLAREN – ZULU NATION PARTY INTERVIEW
THE WORLD FAMOUS SUPREME TEAM SHOW – WORLD FAMOUS SUPREME TEAM SHOW ON (WHBI) #1
WORLD FAMOUS SUPREME TEAM – BUFFALO GALS
WORLD FAMOUS SUPREME TEAM – WORLD FAMOUS SUPREME TEAM SHOW ON (WHBI) #2
WORLD FAMOUS SUPREME TEAM – WORLD’S FAMOUS
WORLD FAMOUS SUPREME TEAM – DO YA LIKE SCRATCHIN’? (FEAT. MALCOLM MCLAREN)
MALCOLM MCLAREN – LET IT FLOW (DO YA LIKE SCRATCHIN’?) (FEAT. KRS-ONE)
MALCOLM MCLAREN – SEEING BOW WOW WOW SHOW (LIVE)
BOW WOW WOW – I WANT CANDY
MALCOLM MCLAREN – 42ND STREET
WORLD FAMOUS SUPREME TEAM – SHE’S LOOKING LIKE A HOBO
ART OF NOISE – BEAT BOX (ORIGINAL VERSION)
ART OF NOISE – CLOSE (TO THE EDIT)
MALCOLM MCLAREN – EL SAN JUANERA
WORLD FAMOUS SUPREME TEAM – HEY DJ

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JUST BUGGIN PAYS TRIBUTE TO GURU & MALCOLM McLAREN


The number of tributes to fallen music heroes is becoming alarmingly frequent. Nevertheless, it’s only right to mark the passing of legends. So tonight’s Just Buggin will be entirely dedicated to the memory of two wildly different, but equally influential figures.

In the first hour, I’ll be airing New York DJ Mr Cee’s Throwback At Noon mix from Hot 97 celebrating the life of Guru. In the second, I’m going with DJ Premier’s recent tribute mix to Malcolm McLaren aired on his Sirius Radio show. This encompasses both his punk and new wave days, as well as his dabblings in electro hip-hop with 1983’s Duck Rock album.

Tune in from 10pm UK time at www.fm1079.com. Or check back for the Listen Again links from tomorrow.

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MD’S DIARY BLOG, APRIL ’10





Although I used to make the voyage two, sometimes three times a week – every week – for over two years, it had been a long while since I’d thrown myself into the 240-mile round trip to Cardiff. On Good Friday, 2nd April, I managed to coax Parveen out of clubbing retirement to join me for my gig at The 411 Club, marking the Wales launch party for Black Sheep mag. The M4 was virtually deserted, and we arrived in the city having made excellent time.

As soon as I walked over the threshold of 411, I realised it had formerly been Libertys, which was a legendary soul spot in the 90s, and was the very first club I played in Cardiff in 1997 alongside local hero Tyler and DJ/ manager Marcus. After that, it became Cardiff’s Po Na Na. It’s now operated by veteran DJ/ promoter Mo Moniz and a business partner, who have turned it into a classy, bling spot, with a meaningful music policy. I’d last seen Mo at Soul City in Ibiza, where he was working for the whole Summer season. This year, he told me, the responsibilities of the club are going to limit that possibility.

The vibe, crowd and decor were all excellent as I launched into a three-hour set consisting of what’s best described as every shade and style of black music, without a crap kiddie pop hit in sight. It was a great night in the style of how things used to be in the late 90s/ early 00s heyday of Cardiff nightlife, and one I’ll definitely look forward to getting back to. There’s an assortment of pics from the night here Danced-out, Parveen rested while I took on the battering journey home, and we eventually arrived home at 6am.

With a night off on Easter Sunday, I headed into Oxford to hang out at a couple of events. First off was Blend at Kukui, where DJs Spex, Ritchie Paul and Archie Bizzle put in a nice selection of new and old school R&B. On the door, promoter Tony ‘Naked’ Nanton was bemoaning the fact that all his posters for the night had been ripped down by a rival promoter, which served as a useful reminder as to exactly why I no longer have any desire to promote events myself. Afterwards, I headed to The Regal for a 90s House night, featuring grizzled veterans Graeme Park, Jon Pleased Wimmin, Brandon Block and Boy George. George was playing as I arrived, (there’s a video clip of his set here The night was full of bald/ grey middle-aged ravers, which actually made me feel quite youthful.

Easter Monday 7-10pm saw me slip into musical utopia on the radio as I dropped a new instalment of Urban Anthems on FM1079. Tearing through revivals, the show featured everything from quiet storm-style slow jams and bugged out hip hop, through to jungle, D&B and an extended sequence of soulful US house. Honestly, you’d have to be pretty damn fussy not to find something in the selection to your liking. The complete playlist is right here, and you can listen back to the whole show via these links:

Part 1:

Part 2:

Part 3:

Having visited Scotland and Wales with the Black Sheep Mag brand, the next destination for a launch party was Northern Ireland on Saturday 10th. The event was on the back of the after-party for the Open surf festival in the North Coast town of Portrush. The day before, promoter/ DJ Needle Knievel advised that, sadly, the festival had to be cancelled owing to some glorious weather causing the ordinarily choppy sea to be as still as glass. The party, however, was still going ahead.

Headlining was DJ Woody Madera from Burnley, Lancs, a skilled turntablist who’s recently taken to incorporating visuals into his show by manipulating Quicktime movies via his Serato laptop set-up. We linked up for a meal at The Playhouse and traded stories from the field before the evening got underway. On stage with Woody were Portrush’s own Team Fresh, kinda half DJ crew, half live band. My set was in the venue’s Suckerfish Bar, where I was happy to be able to drop a far-reaching, digging-deep set without any undue interference. Afterwards, I headed into the bakehouse of a main room to catch Woody’s set, which was certainly impressive. There’s a brief Youtube clip of what went on here:

Needle Knievel’s mum runs a B&B, which had us sorted for accommodation. Our civilised afternoon flight times allowed Woody and myself to enjoy a good breakfast before the drive back to Belfast City airport amidst more glorious sunshine.

Prior to 14th April 2010, no-one would ever have believed that a volcanic eruption in Iceland could cause unprecedented chaos to international air travel, grounding flights and costing airlines as much as £10 million a day. As we all know, however, it happened, and one of the thousands of casualties was my British Airways flight to New York, scheduled for Saturday 17th. I’d been due to do a radio mix spot with The Untouchable DJ Drastic on a college station in Brooklyn, along with a couple of hip-hop interviews. By the previous night, it became obvious that I wasn’t going anywhere, and I re-booked my flights to travel in September. I consoled myself with the thought that things could have been worse, my sympathies going out to the many thousands of unfortunate travellers stranded at great cost in either the UK or elsewhere.

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MD’S CLUB DATES, APRIL/ MAY/ JUNE ’10

Saturday 17th April
DJ DRASTIC/ COALITION NETWORK SESSION @
WMEC Radio, Medgar Evers College, Brooklyn, NEW YORK, USA

Saturday 24th April
BRIDGE @
The Bridge, Oxford
(10.30pm-3am)

Friday 30th April
FABULOUSO @
Mono, Belfast, NORTHERN IRELAND

Saturday 1st May
SATURDAYS @
Mirage Club, Aylesbury
(10.30pm-3am)

Sunday 2nd May
MARCY’S BIRTHDAY BASH @
Arch Angel, Kensington, London

Saturday 8th May
SOUL @
Gandhara, Valencia, SPAIN

Friday 14th May
DISCO MASH @
The Second Bridge, Bath
(10.30pm-3am)

Saturday 22nd May
SATURDAYS @
Mirage Club, Aylesbury

Saturday 29th May
BRIDGE @
The Bridge, Oxford
(10.30pm-3am)

BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY
Monday 31st May
URBAN ANTHEMS @
FM107.9, Oxford (www.fm1079.com)
(7-10pm)

Saturday 5th June
SOUL TRAIN @
Radost FX, Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC

Saturday 12th June
BRIDGE @
The Bridge, Oxford
(10.30pm-3am)

Friday 18th June
DISCO MASH @
The Second Bridge, Bath
(10.30pm-3am)

Saturday 19th June
FUNK@
The Apartment, Swindon

Saturday 26th June
BRIDGE @
The Bridge, Oxford
(10.30pm-3am)

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JUST BUGGIN. PLAYLIST & LISTEN AGAIN LINKS FOR 14/4/10

MARK DEVLIN
JUST BUGGIN’ ON OXFORD’S FM107.9 (WWW.FM1079.COM)
PLAYLIST FOR WEDNESDAY 14TH APRIL 2010
DJ MIXES SPECIAL

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PART 1:
DJ MUNRO (NEWCASTLE, UK) 90s R&B THROWBACK MIX

PART 2:
TEDDY TOUCH (BERGEN, NORWAY) THEMED HIP HOP MIX

PART 3:
THE UNTOUCHABLE DJ DRASTIC ( NEW YORK CITY) EXCLUSIVE MIX PART 1

PART 4:
PEANUT BUTTER WOLF (USA) 80s ELECTRO MIX

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