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Solid sounds, mad mashups, tonal terrorism, bootiful bootlegs, cringeworthy covers and radical rants, presented by Tim from UK.

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Comment on About Radio Clash by Sean O'Brien

Tue, 12 Dec 2017 06:31:11 +0000

Hey guys, I resistly have been making video content of my project ocean signals. it consist of progressive metal djent guitar playthrough with full tracks addded in it. Fan of animals as leaders, the contortionist and plini will appreicate it. I also have released a single on spotify and itunes! Feel free to check it out and i hope its worthy to be broadcasted on your podcast! thanks! - Sean (Ocean Signals)

Comment on Mashup Academia by Felix

Fri, 14 Apr 2017 07:53:15 +0000

Here here Tim, a well thought out (and measured) critique.

Comment on Know Your History part 2: London Booted by AKMA

Thu, 06 Apr 2017 20:39:41 +0000

Wow, an ocean more knowledge than I anticipated. Thanks very much — I've wondered about it every time I heard it.

Comment on Know Your History part 2: London Booted by Tim B

Thu, 06 Apr 2017 19:34:38 +0000

Ironically, someone seems to have filmed that bit from the audience. and And there's a cut but starts before this 'at all' - 'The Clash!' I think given the suit, it's Bernie Rhodes? Compare the voice

Comment on Know Your History part 2: London Booted by Tim B

Thu, 06 Apr 2017 19:26:09 +0000

Got it = thankfully I backed it up elsewhere as my RAID is currently rebuilding. it's the (aborted?) version of Spanish Bombs from the 1985 Roskilde festival (29th of June 1985). They start and then just stop, and then that guy comes on, it sounds like a mess, I guess the cameras got in the way? Hard to tell because my MP3 is glitching a bit, but that's what it sounds like. I recognise the voice of the guy from other Clash live bootlegs, he was one of their roadies I think? It'll probably be track 14 of the live bootleg.

Comment on Know Your History part 2: London Booted by Tim B

Thu, 06 Apr 2017 19:07:19 +0000

Oh wow - it was made something like 13-14 years ago. Hard to remember. It's from a live Clash concert, one of their crew that usually introduces them (I think he's quite famous now?). I'd need to check my source files for which concert, if it was ever the time I downloaded every version of Spanish Bombs live and Clash live show for bits to use because there weren't any stems, no sources unlike now with Rock Band which makes it now really easy to remix The Clash. Back then I was desperate for anything!

Comment on Know Your History part 2: London Booted by AKMA

Thu, 06 Apr 2017 18:58:23 +0000

Can you tell us more about the sample that begins your 'Spanish Bombs Over Baghdad'?

Comment on Penda’s Fen and Owl Service by David J

Tue, 07 Mar 2017 14:40:17 +0000

I was lucky enough to attend a screening of Penda's Fen last year in Brighton. Wonderful stuff. Afterwards we received a free book and a flexi-disc which you can find out about here on the facebook page: or just go to bandcamp here: Oh and there's this:

Comment on Paranoia in America by Martin Clabburn

Wed, 22 Feb 2017 18:57:09 +0000

Thanks Tim for pointing me in the direction of the Au Pairs video, which I'd never seen before. I remember seeing the live back in the day. Fantastic band. Leslie Woods was a local women to me in Stevenage, she is now Lesley Longhurst-Woods a refugee barrister. Regards Martin

Comment on Steinski and the art of the cut-up by Tim B

Tue, 17 Jan 2017 22:35:49 +0000

Ahh thanks for clearing that up :-D

Comment on Steinski and the art of the cut-up by Jonny Wilson

Tue, 17 Jan 2017 21:23:38 +0000

I got my inspiration from Hexstatic and Coldcut and then they showed me EBN

Comment on Trevor Jackson talks to Trevor Horn by Jackie WilsonSaid

Sat, 14 Jan 2017 10:15:18 +0000

Thanks Tim B for highlighting this podcast. Obviously aware of Trevor Horn but not all of his reach - appreciating all afresh, including McLaren in a bit more depth, and Seal for the first time ... as well as past favourites ABC etc. Had also forgotten that TH sang with Yes, I like how The Buggles still sounds fresh. Great stuff.

Comment on Everyone stops for Acid! New Acido Amigo mix by Tim B

Thu, 24 Nov 2016 22:21:14 +0000

Thank you. And thanks for the great music..."I'm not worthy!" etc ;-). None of my mixes or podcasts would exist without it.

Comment on Everyone stops for Acid! New Acido Amigo mix by egg

Thu, 24 Nov 2016 11:36:27 +0000

eggs very much for the mix...egebamyasi

Comment on Instamatic – TV Nation mashup by Tim B

Sun, 06 Nov 2016 05:55:41 +0000

Thanks :-D

Comment on Instamatic – TV Nation mashup by Dun Dun The Piper's Son

Fri, 04 Nov 2016 17:06:23 +0000

Liking this.

Comment on New Music: Hope Sandoval and Primal Scream by Dun Dun The Piper's Son

Sat, 29 Oct 2016 11:02:47 +0000

Primal Scream sounds a little bit Vitalic in the background music. Not a bad thing necessarily.

Comment on RIP Gene Wilder by Tim B

Sun, 04 Sep 2016 05:48:17 +0000

Thanks for the reply...sad to hear that, I remember the Mashed In Plastic project. Bit of a video overkill all released at once (proud that Videotones managed a slow drip rather than a manic release like that) but I thought it was really interesting. Raised the bar, definitely. I have to say the fact Videotones wasn't fully finished was nothing to do with fall outs, we still all talk to each other, No, it was I did 5 or 6 videos for it, and didn't want to 'take it over' but it was like getting blood out of a stone for the rest of the videos. I think we managed well with what we did - be nice to have a full DVD, which I was going to edit together hence the TV theme running through, that was the linking device I invented - but can't really do that without all the videos. And getting the ones we did was like herding cats - so I think we all just got exhausted by the project. I did, because you can only nag people so much, and there was a little 'take my toys home' from someone who didn't contribute to the project but thought his toes had been stepped on for a video he'd not even RELEASED yet! (What I am, psychic?) And a few egos, but it actually was quite good, nearly all people took in good faith the guidance from the three core people including me, we were looking for something special and in a certain I'm actually really proud of that. It was my idea to do that 'video album' and yes, it didn't end up as a DVD, but I think we got some amazing results. But as you say, it's sometimes hard with these projects to get along, and on the other side I find it hard to maintain quality, it has to be constructive. I think we managed that with Videotones, but sad that Mashed...wasn't similarly coming from the same book. It definitely looked very good, visually.

Comment on RIP Gene Wilder by Titus Oneill

Wed, 31 Aug 2016 09:32:28 +0000

Fantastic work Tim and excellent use of WW and Judas Priest; truly inspired madness. I have known of your work peripherally for at least 7 years, but tonight my walkabout the web led me from the Kleptones to your specific works. I am sorry that Uptime/Downtime did not happen as you all had hoped. It was a challenging personal journey I am sure. Believe me, (I was the 4th mashup artist recruited by Gavin: The Reborn Identity, to work on a David Lynch themed mashup project. Colatron, Phil Retrospector, Reborn Identity Wax Audio and myself "TitusPrime" started our collaboration as "The Lynch Mob". Originally, they just wanted 3 or 4 videos to market the project Mashed in Plastic. But within 5 months Gavin had made 5 videos and I had made 3. I told the crew that we already had videos for the majority of the album and since all the tracks were being remastered as a fluid arrangement we should release it as a feature mashup film. Gavin thought that would be great and we both started working to pump out the last 6 videos needed. My editing style was very much intuitive, a visceral use of emotion, surreal juxtapositions that rearranged the established expectations of the visual media. I loved this project and my respect for David Lynch would not allow me to just set music to the scenes as they were shot. Reborn Identity is much the opposite, his work is clean, and sticks with what the music and film are showing, So, it became painfully clear to me that there was no way our two styles would be able to harmonise and create the film that needed to be made. I told him he should use his videos and I would help with editing the work into a feature film. I mean, seriously, my unreleased video for "The Elephant Man Connection" was unsettling and very, very Lynch. I had composited muppets into the footage, except all twitchy and hiding in shadows, wracked by madness. It was awesome. Gavin's was a pretty country background with a still photo of sarah mclaughlin hovering in the sky like the virgin mary. Long story short I got busy with school and when I went to show some of my work to a teacher in New York, I found out that Gavin had hijacked the whole project,and had used the whole thing as a personal portfolio showcasing his vision, leadership and skill. He only listed 3 of the original crew as the creators, cutting Phil and Myself out of the original lineup. I then found my videos in a section labeled "Fan created content". I actually emailed Gavin and let him know what his actions truly said about him, the hurt it caused me, as well as damaging the genuine spirit of Mashed in Plastic. Gavin is not a bad guy, and he apologized and he updated and changed the webpage. I am still very proud of being a part of Mashed in Plastic, it is a fantastic piece of Mashup History now. Not sure why I needed to share that with you Tim, but it felt like the right thing to do. Cheers mate. Titus Prime Titus O'Neill BootieSF 2007-2012 Mashup Video Editor and VIP Liaison. that helped expand your skills as an artist

Comment on RIP Grant Essexboy by Natasha

Wed, 29 Jun 2016 15:02:37 +0000

Three years ago today and Lisa shared this lovely tribute again - thank you xx

Comment on RC 254: It’s Raining Fags And Dykes (aka The Bisexual Flood) by Tim B

Fri, 29 Apr 2016 01:36:01 +0000

Yes it is, and so am I. ;-) What's your excuse?

Comment on DJ Charles IV’s Rainy Night Selection by Persian DJs

Thu, 17 Mar 2016 18:14:04 +0000

its really beautiful and heart touchy music i love to listen you. the above stuff is amazing.

Comment on Make YouTube Great Again by DJ Incompetent

Tue, 01 Mar 2016 17:30:14 +0000

Thank you for assessing the situation. Good info.

Comment on jour pluvieux mix by Tim B

Sun, 15 Nov 2015 21:18:31 +0000

Glad to be of service.

Comment on jour pluvieux mix by Alan PT

Sun, 15 Nov 2015 20:28:59 +0000

Thanks. This was what I needed too.

Comment on The groove machine from Bush House: Joe Strummer’s London Calling by Giorgio

Tue, 27 Oct 2015 20:40:25 +0000

Thanks you so much fot this treasure, greetings from Chile!.

Comment on Artists shouldn’t love corporate copyright by BenY

Tue, 27 Oct 2015 15:11:32 +0000

I have bought music after listening to your podcast that I would have never come across otherwise.

Comment on Star Wars Disney Mashup by Sergent Tobogo

Sun, 25 Oct 2015 09:54:50 +0000

Good mashup!