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All Aboard For Freelance Whales!

Duration:
1 hour
First broadcast:
Wednesday 07 April 2010

It's a watery themed voyage of musical discovery for Huw this week.

With Freelance Whales in session, a new track from Peter 'Sea' Lyons, an interesting cover of La Roux's 'In For The Kill', and the usual pearls of Urban Wisdom from King Ras 'Clammy', there's miriad delights to keep you entertained for the next hour!

Dive in and enjoy!

Music Played

13 items
  • Image for Dan Deacon

    Dan Deacon Woof Woof

    Amazing Sounds

  • Image for Peter Lyons

    Peter Lyons Think Think Think

    Tapeclub Records

  • BBC INTRODUCING UPLOADER DISCOVERY

  • Image for Rolo Tomassi

    Rolo Tomassi Party Wounds

    Hassle

  • I Got A Little Something For Huw: Gilles Peterson

    • Image for Kyle Hall

      Kyle Hall You Know What I Feel

      Hyperdub

  • Image for Ice Black Birds

    Ice Black Birds Ears To The Ground

    WHITE

  • Image for Mountain Man

    Mountain Man Honeybee

    WHITE

  • Image for Dam Mantle

    Dam Mantle Broken Slumber

    WHITE

  • Carbon Neutral Record Of The Week

    • Image for The Cheek

      The Cheek In For The Kill

      A&M Records

  • Freelance Whales in Session

  • Image for Three Trapped Tigers

    Three Trapped Tigers 13

    Blood & Biscuits

  • King Ras Kwame's Court of Urban Wisdom

    • Image for Badness

      Badness Tarzan ft. Shizzle

      WHITE

  • Image for Detachments

    Detachments H.A.L.

    Thisisnotanexit

  • Freelance Wales in session

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  • Freelance Whales in session

    Freelance Whales in session

Broadcasts

  • Wed 7 Apr 2010 21:00 BBC Radio 1

  • Wed 7 Apr 2010 21:00 BBC Radio 1 N. Ireland

  • Wed 7 Apr 2010 21:00 BBC Radio 1 Scotland

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