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Carnivalism Podcast No.27 – Dom’s Spring Has Sprung Mix
Carnivalism Podcast No.27 - Dom's Spring Has Sprung Mix

Longer nights, beer gardens and a damn good dusting down in Dom’s deck room

Carnivalism Podcast No.26 – Carnivalism in the Country
Carnivalism Podcast No.26 – Carnivalism in the Country

Is there anything better mid-summer than getting yourself in a field with a bunch of music-loving loons? We don’t think so, and the latest instalment of the Carnivalism Podcast was created in said field…well barn. In true festival style, it’s ram-a-jam with all the killers with only a smidgen of a respite in the middle […]

Carnivalism Podcast No.25 – Summer Pianos
Carnivalism Podcast No.25 - Summer Pianos

Italian keys are back in house and was there ever anything more uplifting? A huge chorus, little key changes – oh go on then.

Carnivalism Fridays No.115 – Ben Westbeech – Stronger
Carnivalism Fridays No.115 – Ben Westbeech – Stronger

Last week we mentioned a talented Bristolian, this week we mention another. Ben Westbeech has collaborated with the likes of Soul Clap, Henrik Schwarz, MJ Cole, Motor City Drum Ensemble and Georg Levin.

Carnivalism Fridays No.114 – Julio Bashmore – Au Seve
Carnivalism Fridays No.114 – Julio Bashmore - Au Seve

Julio Bashmore is a Bristolian Bass Boy.
His Battle For Middle You from last year is probably already familiar to you, but it is absolutely worth taking a closer his other releases.

Carnivalism Fridays No.113 – Monie Love – It’s A Shame (My Sister)
Carnivalism Fridays No.113 - Monie Love - It's A Shame (My Sister)

Monie Love was one of the first British exports of Hip Hop to make it big worldwide under the guidance of Queen Latifah and representation by the Native Tongues collective.

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