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Nemone sits in with the Desert Island Disco
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08/01/2012

Duration:
3 hours
First broadcast:
Sunday 08 January 2012

Nemone wakes you up with some specially chosen tunes to comfort you through the early Sunday morning hours. Hear Panda Bear's Most Played - the second half of the ten records that he loves to listen to. Plus Beggars' Martin Mills joins Nemone for a Record Exchange, where he chooses a record for Nemone and visa versa - and they talk music together. There may even be a Story Corner for you to ease into Sunday with...

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  • RECORD OF THE WEEKEND: Somebody That I Used To Know by Gotye

    RECORD OF THE WEEKEND: Somebody That I Used To Know by Gotye

    Release: 6th February via Communion / Island Records

    Gotye
  • MOST PLAYED from Panda Bear

    MOST PLAYED from Panda Bear

    Every weekend we ask our favourite artists to curate part of our playlist, picking their ten most played tunes of the moment. 2012 starts with Most Played from Panda Bear, super solo artist and Animal Collective founder.
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    We played the second half of his list today. His full tracklist of ten looks like this:
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    Todd Terje - Snooze 4 Love
    Aphex Twin - Lichen
    Eric Copeland - Fun Dink Death
    Hype Williams – Blue Dream
    Junior Boys - Playtime
    John Maus – Believer
    Little Dragon – Ritual Union
    Oneohtrix Point Never - Replica
    Zomby – Natalia’s Song
    Araab Muzik – Streetz Tonight

  • RECORD EXCHANGE with Beggars Group boss Martin Mills

    RECORD EXCHANGE with Beggars Group boss Martin Mills

    Nemone exchanged records with Beggars Group founder and boss Martin Mills, who last year was ranked #22 on the Guardian's Music Power List.
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    Nem's song choice for Martin - Appleblossom by the White Stripes
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    Martin's song choice for Nem - Apples by the Darling Sins

    Beggars Group

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