More music and Stephen Fry

Posted on June 19th, 2007 at 11:00 pm

Here are some more great mix mp3s for you to download for summer listening:

The new Charles Webster radio show is up at Ibiza Sonica. Download the 1 hour mp3 here. It’s a bit less souly and more techy and beaty than usual but still superb. Tori Amos into Amp Fiddler? Well somebody had to do it.

Here’s the tracklisting found at Charles Webster’s own Miso Records label:
kid sublime – ?
kidd sublime – get up daddy
swell sesions – nasa;s theme
panama II – long train running (prins thomas edit)
boof – to make up for it
tori amos – devils and gods
patchworks – celebration (amp fiddler mix)
furry phreaks with Terra Deva – all over the world (ambi mix)
slope – gemini
? – red barn road
kadabasten – caracas soul
thief – sunchild (reprise)
scott grooves – it doesn’t have to be…

Also recommended on a deep and techy vibe is the Attic 4 mix by Miles from Featuring tracks by Charles Webster, Isolee and Chez Damier.

Fancy something a little more chilled out? Ben Mynott from Fluid Nation has his latest chill out mp3 mix available for download here. Featuring tracks by Crazy P and Secret Stealth, it really is one to relax to.

More weird techy stuff is available at DJ Jogarde’s website. His Freilauf Sessions Vol.3 (mp3) has tracks by Furry Phreaks, Roy Ayres, Carl Craig and Quentin Harris and is a perfectly mixed CD-length classic.

For more of a soul weekender vibe download the Playing With My Emotions mix by Dr No available at

Oh, and I promised you some Stephen Fry. Here he is telling us why he loves the Internet.

See more Stephen Fry on Video Jug.

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2 comments so far.

  • julian Bendall says:

    he is obviously into the web..never thought he would be really

  • Andy says:

    Well I didn’t think that Fry could talk so knowledgeable about the the background to the web. Does that make the web less geeky or him more of a geek?

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