Best of 2010 Broadcasts & Mixes

“Gilles celebrates a year of great music with his All Winners 2010, playing the best tunes from the last 12 months. It was a busy show with Gilles getting through over 60 tracks in two hours – watch out for heavy tunes from Mala, Mount Kimbie, John Legend, Flying Lotus, Scuba, Ramadanman, Mosca, Jay Electronica, SBTRKT, James Blake, Janelle Monae and, of course, Cee Lo’s I Want You.”
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Gilles Peterson Worldwide 2010-12-22 All Winners 2010 [Hotfile download]

Brownswood fam in the basement!! Gilles cedes control of the desk and invites Emily, Alex, Fawaz and Peggy spin their favourite tunes of the year ahead of the Brownswood Xmas Party @ XOYO in London on Saturday 18th December (feat. Gilles P, Mosca, Simbad, Ghostpoet, The 2 Bears, and The Simonsound). Get your tickets over at WeGotTickets

Brownswood Staff Podcast // Xmas 2010

Brownswood Xmas Party // Best Of 2010 Mix by Mumblz

Brownswood Xmas Party // Best Of 2010 Mix by Mumblz by Brownswood

From Urban Landscapes: This is it; it’s almost the end of another year. It’s nearly the end of the radio show’s 13th year, as well as the end one decade before the new one begins. It’s time to take a look back at my favorite music of 2010 so that you can have your chance to get a sampling, and perhaps support the producers/artists. These are my annual year-end shows that I call The Most Recommended Music of 2010.

As in years’ past, Part One focuses on the albums, while Part Two delves into the singles and EP’s. If you’re a fan of the show, there’s bound to be something for everyone. So have a listen, and enjoy the tunes.

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Presented by Matthias Desch, Edgar Strobl and Flo’alike in weekly rotation the bogaloo radio show definately lives of their intense love for good music with a certain edge usually cross-border. The name of the show goes back to legendary (is it ?) club bogaloo in Pfarrkirchen lower bavaria, where their musical interest was encouraged by international DJs of the “worldwide family” playing and throughout association with the spinning wheel record store next to the club. Later on they found themselves spinning records there, which led to the intention to spread their vibe around the globe, providing also a platform for underground music.



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