BIS Radio Show #576June 7 2011

Pt 1 with: DJ Harvey 1. Locussolus - Tan Sedan (Dr Dunks Buick Regal Dub) - International Feel
2. Crown Heights Affair - Dream World - De-Lite
3. Legowelt - Backwoods Fantasies - L.I.E.S.
4. Legowelt - Sea Of Nuhuhu - L.I.E.S.
5. Nicky Siano - Move - Splash
6. - Was It A Cat I Saw? (ML Booster Re-Edit) - Who Knows?
7. Mr Fox - Party Track - Golden Flamingo
8. Blanche Carter - Straight Down To The Bone - TSOB
9. Master Jay And Michael Dee - TSOB (Part Two) - TSOB
10. World Premiere - Share The Night - Easy Street
11. Craig Peyton - Be Thankful For What You Got - Profile
12. Locussolus - Throwdown (Com Truise Remix) - International Feel
13. D.C. LaRue - Do You Want The Real Thing - Casablanca
Pt 2 with: Soft Rocks 14. Project Club - El Mar Y La Luna (Lovefingers Remix) - Is It Balearic?
15. Soft Rocks - We Hunt Buffalo Now - ESP Institute
16. Beautiful Swimmers - Open Shadow (Soft Rocks Remix) - Future Times
17. - - P&S
18. Blundetto - Nautilus - Heavenly Sweetness
19. Sly & Robbie - Assault On Precinct 5 - Island
20. Peter Brown - Lead Me On - Drive
21. Jefferson Starship - Love Too Good - Grunt
22. Dennis Wilson - Dreamer - Caribou Records
23. Area Code 615 - Stone Fox Chase - Polydor
24. The Devastating Affair - You Don't KNow (How Hard It Is To Make It) - EMI
25. - Leftfield Liberty -
26. - Old Lady -
27. Try To Find Me - Needs Ending - Golf Channel

Tim Sweeney June 8, 2011 9:32 AM

little video of Harvey on the show:

Ze June 8, 2011 10:11 AM

You should upload more videos! :D

JI June 8, 2011 2:58 PM

soft rocks show was off the hook!!! when is that try to find me "needs ending" record being released? thank you:)

carleton June 8, 2011 5:32 PM

that was some funny shit .... Harvey you are the best. come back to SF soon - Public Works in april was a blast... this city 'bout lost its mind that night!!!

bifti June 8, 2011 6:03 PM


Love the guest mixes but haven't had one from you for at least a month!

Sort it out.

Weewl June 8, 2011 6:13 PM


drewski June 8, 2011 7:16 PM

Ha-Ha! I saw that particular Leigh Bowery show, back in the day at The Fridge!!

Ryan June 9, 2011 6:54 AM

Seems to be a server issue?

bifti June 9, 2011 8:31 AM

Harvey has good chat but his dissing of England hurts.

jb June 9, 2011 10:12 AM

There are plenty of sororities on campus for you Tim. Great set Piers!

SHERGAR? June 9, 2011 10:17 AM

It does hurt, especially as he's wrong..

Mike O. June 9, 2011 11:54 AM

Ahhhhhhh, that Try To Find Me is so good! I heard it somewhere else before and I need to ID that track "no I just can't seem.... to manage"

Bifti June 9, 2011 8:58 PM

So, so wrong...

lovefingers June 9, 2011 9:09 PM

that just cant seem to end it was on vandervolgen yeah man mix on ya heard. bye. ps... luv to harv and pierre's

crz June 9, 2011 10:39 PM

Recent video of Harvey at the studio where he recorded Locussolus project:

Ryan M Todd June 9, 2011 11:42 PM

Piers puttin' those Phily record scores to use!

New Swimmers 7" is killer...great job on the dub version!

Professor Eddy June 10, 2011 4:49 PM

DJ Harvey is a great entertainer! It's nice to hear World Premiere, I love that song!

GintoniQ June 11, 2011 8:15 AM

is it working ??! I love Harveys style ! ! ! well done !

Love from Milano.

alex June 11, 2011 6:29 PM

What is the track #17? Let me know please!

shubert June 12, 2011 6:57 AM

To slag England off in such a way is a disgrace ....
Don't forget your roots mr B

Bi-Bop June 12, 2011 11:57 AM

I can empathise with Harvey's view on the UK. It's been a long time since he was part of the music scene here so his views are perhaps slightly inaccurate. But as an older DJ assocatied with digging, disco and the like, he's probably worried that his return could draw the wrong crowd and wrong vibe. From his crowd surfing antics at Eleven to his NYE equipment destroying, its plain to see he's an entertainer and performer as much as he's a DJ/record collector and musician. His concern is about having and showing a good party. In Japan that happens. There are the usual Japanese obssessive otaku types, but the wealth of age variety and fun is much more apparent than somewhere in the UK. A lot of the serious people he left the scene from and muso types who would be record spotting around the decks wouldn't fulfil much of a hedonisitc affair or atmosphere. Hopefully, I'm wrong and so is he and someone will get it right and he will willingly come and play.

bifti June 12, 2011 9:06 PM

tell him to get down allez-allez, secret sundaze, the nest, disco bloodbath, plastic people, cable, camp, naive melody etc etc in whatever order he wants.

HENRY June 15, 2011 10:44 AM
carleton June 16, 2011 2:32 PM

I was just in London and went to a few amazing shows. I loved the Nest and the East Village Club - both had great shows with awesome fun crowds of people. I think I would take shit he says with a grain of salt. People talk shit about San Francisco all the time (where I live) and about 10% of it is true. It is just that the 10% shit about everyone is a vapid trend latching hipster gets repeated over and over. Most people here (and in London) love a wide variety of electronic music and know how to have a good time. Bigger venues anywhere will always have tools and bros.

Dante June 18, 2011 3:42 PM

Kind of lame to complain about Londoners disrespect to their own city and then slate it himself, especially when he isn't in any way involved it any more and hasn't been for years and years. I have a lot of respect for Harvey, but maybe he should practice what he preaches, especially when so much world changing dance music is happening there at the moment. If it's true that he just feels that he doesn't want beardey guys there, then maybe he shouldn't be playing prog and disco.. kids here have changed the world of dance music in the past few years. I just don't know how exciting prog and disco is for a young person to be honest.
Either way. Gonna leave it there, his banter is always hilarious and probably best to take with a pinch of salt.

Labyrinth June 19, 2011 6:48 PM

DJ Harvey talks too much. Perhaps he regretted his comments afterwards, but i found some of the things he had to say were a tad disrespectful, especially on a radio show that has such a global audience. It sounded like Tim was a bit uncomfortable. Not to mention, I like hearing from the DJ at the start of the show, but not for half an hour. I did enjoy his track selections, though!

Katerina December 19, 2011 3:46 PM

Better late than never. Just listened to this, great music and I enjoy Harvey talking :) Track 6. must be an edit of Amon Düül - Spaniards and Spacemen, great one indeed!

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