The third episode of the WE ARE... podcast has been uploaded to Londonfields Radio
Pauline Filby - Trouble
Mary Lou Williams - Dirge Blues
Keith Mansfield - Revolving Patterns
Samoyed - Making Snow
Lagoos Disco Machine - Fruits
Ras G - Dishwasher
Ken Nordine - Lavender
4x4 Tracktor -
Actress - Maze
Sun Ra - On Jupiter
Sun Ra - Lanquidity
Wool - If They Left Us Alone Now
Soreng Santi - Iron Man
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The new WE ARE... podcast has been uploaded to Londonfields Radio.
Black to Comm - Forst
Kopernik - Theme for Grace
Zelienople - All I Want Is Calm
Gary Peacock - Vignette
Gidon Kremer / Avor Part - Fratres, For 4,8 Or 12 Cellos
Eberhard Schoener - Tjandra (interlude)
Magik Markers - The Diamond Guitar Of Tico Feo
Pookah - Merlin's Party
Gonjasufi - Ancestors
Mount Kimbie - At Least
Frida Sonka - Gwenasobya
John Stewart and Buffy Ford - Nebraska Widow
Official Statement from the Management of Plastic People
Hello everyone and thank you very much for your support. We know that Plastic People is loved by all of you, but we could never have predicted the reactions from so many people in such a short time. It has been overwhelming. On behalf of everyone here at Plastic People, special thanks to Benny Blanco for starting the ‘Keep Plastic People Alive’ Campaign and to all of you who are showing your appreciation for what the club has done over the last 16 years
Charlotte and I are in no doubt how serious this situation is and as a result had a meeting with the solicitor yesterday. This does not mean that all hope is lost and that Plastic People has come to its end. However, it does mean that we must do all we can to co-operate with the Police and Hackney Council in order to ensure that we can keep the best dance music venue in London open for all to enjoy.
Here is a breakdown of the whole process:
• The police have made an application to Hackney Council for a review the premises licence at Plastic People on the grounds that the way the management have been operating the club has breached the existing terms of its licence and failed to prevent crime and disorder and public nuisance.
• The notice outside the club’s premises will be there till the 11th March, which is the closing date for representations to be made by ‘interested parties’ (unfortunately this does not include you guys, but there may be an opportunity for you to make a contribution, see below) for or against the closure or any other outcome of the review.
• After the 11th, the licensing department at Hackney Council will, within 10 days, write to all parties concerned to invite them to a sub-committee hearing on a given date at a given address where they would make their case. That hearing should take place by the 31st of March.
• It would then be up to the Committee to decide on the eventual outcome which could be one or more of these:
(a) To revoke the license altogether;
(b) To suspend the license for a period not exceeding three months;
(c) To modify the conditions of the license;
Once a decision has been made, we would be notified and in the worst case scenario, we would have the option of appealing, but our current aim is to work with the Police and the Licensing Authority to find a solution that is satisfactory to all. Having never had problems with our licence over 16 years, whether in Oxford Street or Shoreditch, we are optimistic that this will be possible. Whilst the management concentrate on working With the Police and Hackney Council to address their concerns, much still needs to be done. Unfortunately, we can’t make the full version of the Police application openly available at this stage. A collection of people involved in the club are setting up a Committee called Friends of Plastic People. They will gather people’s experiences of working with and attending Plastic People over the years. They will meet this week and no doubt they will let you know how you can help.
I would urge everyone to hold back on making representations to the Police or the Council in the meantime, but by all means carry on spreading the word.
Once again, my most heartfelt gratitude to all of you!
Plastic People LTD
Shoreditch, EC2A 3QE
The second phase of the new monthly WE ARE... podcast as presented by Paul Camo? can be found on Londonfields Radio
Pink Floyd - Main Theme
White Rainbow - Major Spillage
PreHistoric Man - Track 03
Abdoulie Smba - Alfayaya
Shirley Horn - Consequences of a Drug Addict Role
Rocket Number Nine -
Broadcast - 23
Ennio Morricone - Maddalena
First International Sex Opera - Anita's First Appearance
Click - Many Times Jimbo
Breakout - Usta Me Ogrzej
Its been a long time...and if you were wondering, the reason why you couldn't find us or hear us is because we've been no where. We've just been quietly observing standing in our space. After this moment of contemplation the WE ARE... podcast makes a return, it has a new home (Londonfields Radio) and a slightly new format although the music policy is the same as it has always been.
Here's a little insight to Londonfields Radio: 'Situated in in the window of a independent coffee shop behind Hackney Empire, London Fields Radio is a local station with global appeal, catering for the creative community of the area.
Broadcasting live from Wilton’s cafe in London Fields, our shows are of a specialist nature with a focus on culture, entertainment, good conversation and good music.'
Artist in order
The Gaslamp Killer
YO! MTV Raps
Tha Mars Volta
To Live and Shave In L.A.
Bulldose & Son of A Bricklayer
Dan Deacon - Wet Wings
Bruno Nicolai - Incertezza
Yo La tengo - Everyday
Jana Hunter - It's Not Your Stereo
White Magic - The Light
Gang Of Four - He'd Send In The Army
Devo - Be Stiff
James Pants - Murder
Fuji - Revelations
Mitch Mitchell & Gene King - Never Walk Out On Me
Popul Vuh - Aguirre 2
Michel Le Grand - Le Mans
Jonny Greenwood - Open Spaces
Bernard Herrmann - Cleaning The Cab
Armando Travioli - A Weird Phonecall
Pink Floyd - Dramatic Theme
David Shire - Theme From The Conversation
Mogwai - Terrific Speech
Manchester Morgue - Mysteerious Country
Armando Travioli - Identikit
Planet Sauvage track - L'Oieseau
Manchester Morgue - Manchester M2 6LD
Bill Conti - Reflections
James Brown - White Lightning (I mean moonshine)
Les Baxter - Psychedelic Senate
Quincy Jones - Psychosis
David Bowie - Warzsawa
Michel Le Grand - Le Mans
Star Power – Newworldaquarium
Riddim 1 – Lowfour
Congo Man (Carl Craig edit 1) – The Congos
Charlie And The Chocolate Factory (excerpt)
Roots Of Detroit (revise) – Rick Wilhite
Blue Plates – Juju & Jordash
Coming Down – Nightmares On Wax
Delirium (Morgan Geist unreleased dub) – Owusu & Hannibal
Isis – Lukid
untitled – Andrés
Always There – Omar S
Midas Touch – Hell Interface
All the older mixes that were recently taken off line are STILL uploaded to a file hosting site for your downloading/streaming pleasure. Click HERE!
THANK YOU ALL for lending us your ears.