This is a song from under the floorboards... (Magazine)
This space is a repository for my net radio station news and the like. Sometimes, when reposting older news and playlists, I'll include my recent comments in bold italics. I keep the following station description at the top, since I kept changing it all the time.

meow: glitterbox:

Freeform eclectronica: new and old. (Hehe, I'm so clever.) Music that falls through the cracks: electro, Italo disco, synth, post-punk, funk, old NYC favourites, obscure 70s/80s, idm, Detroit and other techno techno, acid, microhouse, bedroom bleeps, mash-ups and loads more.

NOT the same old "dance" or "electronic" selections. And when I play 8ties stuff, it's not the same old tunes everyone was already sick of by 1985. It IS quirky, new, and different, often obscure, always interesting and fun. I play whatever it is I'm feeling, from music for dancing to certifiable chillage and points inbetween. It's a great station for home, work or wherever. Playlists are carefully selected and sound quality is way better than it should be at this bitrate.

Latest station news appears, and is archived here.

Thursday, April 29, 2004

No show tonite after all. Sorry. Will do one tomorrow nite -- and I promise what I have in store is preeety good -- to repeat Sunday, after which I might do another... Sunday nites might become a nite to do mix shows after all.
told ya so. frightening...

Back once again for the renegade badger!

last week's shows... yes, I will play them again if you wish to be tortured... no really, they were quite good, even if the second one gets a wee bit cheesy.

SMASHBOX01b 4.22.04 mashed up fresh out the disco kitchen

Cropstar: Pea Bomb (Bucketheads vs Black Eyed Peas)
Boney M: Daddy Cool (Whitelabel Mix)
Diana Ross: Upside Down (Whitelabel Remix)
DJ Dubz: Cop This S*
(Armand Van Helden vs Timbaland & Magoo feat Missy Elliott, Eric B & Rakim & the Sugarhill Gang)
IDC: House of Gucci (The Rapture vs Andrea Dorea) / Keep on Crazy Dancing (edit) (Da Hool vs Gwen Stefani)
Beats International: Just Be Good To Me (Whitelabel Speed Garage Mix)
Gloomybear: Horny From the Bass (Tiga vs 2 Live Crew)+
Payroll: Finally I'm A Funky Freak (Beastie Boys vs CeCe Peniston vs FC Kahuna)
N.E.R.D.: She Wants to Move (Soundhog Remix)
IDC: Westbam's Pleasure (Westbam vs Pleasure) / Disco Doctor (Remix)++
AgentLovelette: Dance, Dance, Dance (Yeah, Yeah, Yeah) (Chic vs Usher)
DazAutomatic ft. Erroll Brown: Could've Been A Lady
DazAutomatic ft. Ernie Hines: Our Generation
JPL: The 1999 Hustle (Van McCoy vs Prince)

+Like this one a lot. You know, if Tiga was just a wee bit tuffer, the result could've been the greatest ghetto-tech record never recorded. Or something. This uses the dirty version of "Me So Horny" which I'd never heard before. I only remember the clean version they played on MTV and the radio. I'm not too easily offended, but that song is a55-nasty! No wonder 2 Live Crew got their a55es banned across America.

++MMmmm, yeah. He's good.

This following show is, hands down, the cheesiest show I have ever done. No lie. Just look at it. I sincerely apologize to anyone I may have offended. But it was very fun.

SMASHBOX01c 4.25.04 mashed up fresh out the kitchen

DJ Dubz: Waiting For Tonight (Ayumi Hamasaki vs J-Lo) / I Wanna Flaming Dance With Somebody (BT vs Whitney Houston)+
Fudge Tools: Hool Let The Dogs Out (Meet Her At The Crufts Parade) (Baha Men vs Da Hool)++
Don Amott King of Caravans: Don't Call Me Cotton Eye Joe (Madison Avenue vs Rednex)
Mr Whitelabel: Blow The Master (Lock 'n' Load vs Wildchild)+++
Khyzer Zuke: Happy Badger (Rob Acid vs www.badgerbadgerbadger.com)++++
Freed: Happy Hardcore Blew My Mind
Fudge Tools vs Opus III: It's A Fine Day (For 'Appy 'Ardkore)
Robi Roboter vs A-Ha: Take On Me+++++
cry.on.my.console: Death Star S* ("Cop that S*" Power Of The Darkside Mix)
Britney Spears: Toxic (Lumpy's Toxic Weapons of Mass Destruction rmx) / (vs John Hawkins Toronja)
E-Jitz: Toxic Narcotic (No Good For Me) (Britney Spears vs Empirion vs The Prodigy)++++++
Soundhog: 500 Bad Mice (2 Bad Mice vs The Proclaimers)

+Good stuff... the first is actually better than at least 80% of vocal trance tunes. OK, maybe that's not saying much. The second, OK, I really liked the BT song -- I don't like his newer stuff (starting with "Movement in Still Life") but the old stuff, "Flaming June" in particular is good. And he produced the "Party of Five" soundtrack.

++I sincerely apologize for this one. I realize it uses one of the cheesiest and most hated songs ever. And Baha Men suck, too. Just kidding! But really, I'm very very sorry. You must admit that the two work very well together.The following tune may be even cheesier, although I don't think it is, it is definitely a matter to debate.

+++I like Mr. Whitelabel very much. Actually, I'm sure I own both these tunes; if not just on CD compilations.

++++BADGERBADGERBADGERBADGER! Mushroom, Mushroom! haha...classic.

+++++Funny since the original A-ha tune was already @ jungle tempo! This starts off the d'n'b part of the show. Actually the Opus III track before it is really d'n'b not H.H. ...or would that be 'A.'A.?

++++++I apologize for these too.I only did it since the second Britney remix pretty much just uses dubby vox from the chorus. And the third one is just so damn good! I like how the (sampled)chick singer in the Prodge tune sounds just like Britney for a moment. So you think she's singing "Toxic" and then launches into "You're no good for me, I don't need nobody...." Brilliant.

Yep, I might just play these again. And I challenge anyone to surpass the cheesiness of that last mix. I don't anyone is quite that brave... or stupid. I wanna do a big show tonight as I have loads of good stuff, but it might start way late, like after midnite.

Wednesday, April 28, 2004

Even more new stuff coming up... yay!

Tune in tonite on Random Noise for all of my (recent) mash-up shows. Witness the full horror... eh, the mixes are alright, if I say so myself, but the content may be a wee bit frightening to regular listeners ...or, well, anybody, but I promise a good time.

Playlists lay-ter.

Sunday, April 25, 2004

I wouldn't normally do this kind of thing...

I don't normally do mix shows on Sunday nites, but it is a pretty good nite for them, isn't it? Hmmm.

Anyway new mashed-up-mucked-up mix o'stuff tonite... taking things in a slightly different direction, like a choose-your-own-adventure book. Think 'ardcore, eventually anyway, happy hardcore, jungle and erm, even more hardcore. I like hardcore! Um, and ok... a teensy bit of trance... but it will work, I promise. May be cheesy but, like Mr. Kite, a good time will be had by all.

Also, my regular glitterbox playlist is now 35 hours' worth of tunes! Going for 40. I've also become a nerd, if I wasn't already, and am adding a heavy rotation list... currently featuring tunes from these artists:

Buffalo Daughter
Color Filter+
Dave Clarke
Delia Gonzales & Gavin Russom
Dinosaur L
Dynamix II
Ellen Allien
Herbie Hancock+++
Kitty Glitch++++
Liquid Liquid
Loose Joints
Matthew Dear
Putsch '79
Queen of Japan
Soft Cell
Takako Minekawa
Talking Heads
Tamion 12 Inch
The Police++++++
Time Zone

+ So I've added a tiny bit from all things twee and Moog-ish with these last two. (and others.) I like it.
++ Ellen Allien remix... quality tuneage!
+++ Pretty easy to guess what I like by him.
++++ Me, actually, I got sick of "Kitty Glitch" since it sounds silly and I hadn't really been doing any glitchschtuff... which is kinda funny, as I am taking it up now.
+++++ With these last two, some real synth camp... And I'm not playing the most obvious tunes by either, thankyouverymuch.
++++++ You can guess which one, and its kind of played out, but I like it very very much and it fits. Also a huge Paradise Garage hit. Not like I was there.

Also ten people love kitty now! Well, the named my station their favourite... maybe it don't seem like a lot of peeps, but I'm very much honored and grateful.

Friday, April 23, 2004

Loads new stuff next week, with lots new tracks in the glitterbox. My regular playlist has totally changed over the past month or so. Not-so-favourite tunes from a year ago may start going bye-bye as it's getting crowded in here.

Oh yeah, and lots more Italo! Everyone loves Italo disco. Oh, yes they do.

Really happy with my mix shows and other stuff I've been doing on the radio. Please tune in for more goodies.

Wednesday, April 21, 2004

Cop that kit...

Big mix show tomorrow nite... probably play new kit tween 11-12 and will repeat them over the weekend, of course, and also on Random Noise.

Glitterbox getting even bigger with even more oldskool and trueskool electro, as well as disco wierdness, Italo, NY noise, and new Ersatz Audio joints, along with some more from innovators like Kraftwerk and Herbie Hancock. I think I've just dropped more into my playlist than ever before. Oh yeah, some acid and rare (and very good) Chicago house.

Tuesday, April 20, 2004

top 10 in the glitterbox last week:

1. Loose Joints - Shoot the Pump

2. Alexander Robotnick - Problemes D'Amour (Dub)

3. My Robot Friend - The Fake (Zombie Nation remix)

4. Matthew Dear - Dog Days

5. Legowelt - Disco Rout

8. Beta Evers - Out of My Life

9. Anna Kaufen - Who Carez (Eve Millards Careless rmx)

10. Adult. - Nite Life

other stuff that was popular:

Kitty Glitter - Don't You Want Me (Baby) - Felix & Jomanda vs the Human League
Very long mix I'd done of these two, for Random Noise. Both tunes -- same title -- one a rave classic, the other that remix of that synthpop hit -- the results came out a bit electro when they meet in the middle.

Most popular mix show: BOGBOX06 2.26.04 - Best of Glitterbox 2k3
Still... and thanks for trying to buy it. It's not for sale of course -- I imagine liscencing it would be hard.

Monday, April 19, 2004

and 1 more:

SMASHBOX01a 4.14.04 mashed up fresh out the kitchen

Si Begg vs Coldplay: Buss Boglin (Clocks)
ODB vs Luke Vibert: Freak Time, Ya!
cry.on.my.console: 11011000.milkshaken.not.stirred / 00100011.I.snapped.the.Casbah!.!
(Kelis, Snap! vs the Clash, respectively)
Mr Whitelabel: Push it to the Max (Salt 'n' Pepa megamix... nicely nice)
Tiga vs Agoria: Hott Skye
Poj Masta: Justin's Gay Lapdance
Si Begg: Bad Horses (The Osmonds vs Michael Jackson)
Yes vs Sir Mix-a-lot: Owner of a Lovely Butt +
Roppenzo: Close to a Bug (Missy Elliott vs the Cure)
Ludacris vs FakeID: Stand Up (Stood Up by FakeID)++
LL Cool J: Mama Said Knock You Out (Poj Mix)
IDC: David Byrne Was Born in Dumbarton (Franz Ferdinand vs Talking Heads)
Go Home Productions: Rapture Riders (Blondie vs The Doors)
Xii: I Got Yer Hella Money (ODB vs No Doubt)+++
Stephen "Tin Tin" Duffy vs the Beastie Boys: Kiss My Root
IDC: Justin's 17 Scene (Justin Timberlake vs Ladytron vs Felix Da Housecat)++++
Mr Whitelabel: The Model Can't Turn Around (Kraftwerk vs. Farley Jackmaster Funk)+++++

+ I always liked the Mix-a-lot tune. For I have a big butt. Remeber Beavis doing the "Honda - Jane Fonda - anaconda" rhyme. hehe.
++ Like this Ludacris remix a lot too
+++ How much Ol' Dirty Bastard can you get? Apparently not enough, for me anyway.
++++ I despise Justin Timberlake on so many levels, it's not funny. And his voiceover on this song postively makes my skin crawl. If he whispered that isht to me, I'd probably b1tch slap him. However, this is an absolute testament to the power of mash-ups that I actually like this one a lot.
+++++ Yes! This one is actually my favourite

This was a really fun, very good show and there will be more like this... definitely this week!

Loads more good stuff in the Glitterbox this week. And on Gutter Glamour, which is doing well -- Oh yeah, some Blanks 77 on there, I forgot how good they are. And also Blondie! (not the hits though, some of their other great songs... they have so many. I love Blondie very much.)
Playlists! w00t.

BIGMUFF01a 4.01.04 Mash-up Favourites

Inhumanz: Dirt off Your Sober (Jay-Z vs Tool)+
Princess is a DJ: Can I Get a? (Princess Superstar vs Black Sabbath)
Inhumanz: Magic Stroke (50 Inch Nails (50 Cent vs Nine Inch Nails / Lil Kim & 50 Cent vs Billy Squire)
Missy Elliot vs AC/DC: Get Ur Freak On Back in Black)
Inhumanz: Get Low in an Elevator (L'il Jon vs Aerosmith) / Suck Up (Ludacris vs Red Hot Chili Peppers)
/ Ever Been Caught Stealing (Clipse vs Jane's Addiction)++
Girls on Top: No Scrubs (TLC vs the Human League)
Radioslave vs L'il Kim: The Jump Off / ...vs White Stripes Seven Nation Army
Lumidee vs Michael Jackson: Never Leave Billie Jean
Kylie vs ABC: Kylie is a Zillionaire
Hollertronix: David Banner vs the Eurhythmics (lemme guess... "Sweet Dreams Like a Pimp"?)+++
Girls on Top: I Wanna Dance with Numbers (Whitney Houston vs Kraftwerk)
Missy Elliott vs the Normal: Gossip Folks/ Warm Leatherette++++
Inhumanz: Gossip Horse (Missy Elliott & Ludacris vs Laid Back)
Kinky Peeches: Peaches vs the Kinks
Dub Diablo: Peaches vs the Hives

+The absolute best I've heard with Jay-Z. There's also one (by someone else) that mashes this tune with "Go Mental" by the Ramones which is also very good. Love that Tool song too

++Three more faves, especially the Ludacris one... "Stand Up" with "Suck My Kiss" ...irresistible!

+++Hollertronix = the sign of quality.

BIGMUFF01b 4.01.04 Mash-up Favourites

Inhumanz: Forget Me Frontin' (Pharrell vs Patrice Rushen)
David Bowie: Let's Dance (Club Bolly rmx)
Eminem meets Michael Jackson / Michael Jackson meets Busta
("Wanna Be Startin' Something" vs "Without Me" and "Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See" ...classic.)
Missy Elliott: Work It (white label remix)
The White Stripes: Seven Nation Army (Rip It Off Acid Mix) / ...vs Slide
/ White Stripped (FK1000 The Hardest Button to Button rmx)
The Darkness vs SFB: I Believe in a Thing Called Love (rmx)
Radiohead: Stand Up Sit Down (RAS B119 Sith mix)
Joey Beltram vs the Normal: Crash
Bad Cabbage vs Stupid Fresh & The Cars: Whoa! The Rude Nitelife Cops Get F*ed (Kitty Glitter mash'd)
Los Hombres Invisibles: Bodyworkin' Day and Night (Beastie Boys vs Michael Jackson)
Bootyshaker vs the Jungle Brothers: JB Shake

BIGMUFF01c 4.01.04 Mash-up Favourites

The Mummy vs The Rapture: Acid House of Jealous Lovers
Radioslave vs 50 Cent vs Adonis: No Way Back (In Da Club)
50 Cent: In Da Club (NY Party Punk Trash rmx)
Inhumanz: Pass that Can (Missy Elliott vs Can ...!!)
Bootyshaker: Grandmaster Felix -- Bitter Sweet Seduction
Prince vs Sinergy: When Doves Cry (rmx)
Jimi Hendrix: Gypsy Eyes (Baby Boy's rmx)

very fun, long show... some of the older mashies may be retiring after this. Thanks to all the artists, original artists and remixers as well.

Wednesday, April 14, 2004

All-new mash-up mixes tonite and tomorrow nite, all stuff not heard here before. Maybe you were getting tired of the samosamo mashies, not like I was -- OK just a little -- cuz those are some of the best. Nut anyway, will be doing new mix shows on Random Noise tonite and on m1nx tomorrow.

Loads more tunes in the glitterbox this week, and I mean a lot of new stuff and probably some old that really needs to be on there. Wednesday humpday Gutter Glamour debuts today @ 4pm ...and watch everyone tune out immediately. I hope not anyway.

Monday, April 12, 2004

top 10 in the glitterbox last week:

1. The Human League - Don't You Want Me (Extended edit)

2. Adult. - Nite Life

3. My Robot Friend - Why Won't You Call Me Back? (Matmos remix)

4. DJ Godfather - Confused

5. Alexander Robotnick - Problemes D'Amour (Dub)

6. I-f - Secret Desire - I-f ep (Viewlexx)

7. Beta Evers - Out of My Life

8. Anna Kaufen - Who Carez (Eve Millards Careless rmx)

9. A Certain Ratio - Kether Hot Kneves

10. Egyptian Empire - The Horn Track (Luke Slater 2002 rmx)

favourite mix show:
Kitty Glitter mixes - BOGBOX06 2.26.04 - Best of Glitterbox 2k3

...which is my favourite as well, actually.

Lots more goodies on this week! Gutter Glamour's humpday show starts off @ 4pm EST this wednesday. It'll go from 4 until 8pm every week, right before Random Noise. Unless people complain or sumfin.

Thursday, April 08, 2004

Hey, check out my Cafe Press store... it's stuff you'll want to buy and wear, radio station or not! T's, several different girly tops, thong panties, some other stuff like coasters, glitterboxes and messenger bags. Oh yeah maybe a stuffed bunny (whatthe?) or a "so last year" trucker hat. All with my logos on it, very stylish and fun to show off. This stuff is hot, yo. Different designs available and more goodies to come. I'll be updating the merchandise on a regular basis. Check it out here:


No, really, 'tis good stuff. Ya know you want some....

New mashed-up show tonite, if I'm home... I can't guarantee it... it might start late if at all. Oads new stuff coming.

Wednesday, April 07, 2004

Spam Poetry!

Some excellent examples of the genre:

In this first piece, esteemed spam poet Posteriors T. Wurlitzer seems to be channeling the spirit of Andre Breton with his modern-day take on early 20th century French Surrealist poetry with perhaps a touch of Dada or Italian Futurism in the first line:


by Posteriors T. Wurlitzer

tore through a crowded Moscow subway car, And yesterday, well, hold back the tears. David Toms is making his first start following surgery to the sale of illegal drugs to elite athletes in search of a performance-enhancing edge. Jack Myers and his equity partners have legal entitlements to and there's no mention of Jell-O sculptures.

More accessible, yet no less modern, this Japanese-themed piece comes to us from an unexpected source, the famous Iranian (or is that Uzbekistani?) poet Tazanir Zurugijem:

Bukkake Barn

by Tazanir Zurugijem:

red meant fancies neighboring described,
meadows remembered antvpalace, confined mayor mountain.
twice harness shortly circle rule, yes thus.
nothing series taking daylight saving.

well talk this pleasing key armor.
border louder, taken seized unjust hind shy?
invitation breeding, ceiling serious setting songs.

Beautiful, really. Exotic, yet familiar. I would love to hear it in its original language, whatever it is.

Beloved downtown curmudgeon Loomed G. Leaflet brings us this example of Beat poetry constructed entirely from Chinese fortune cookie fortunes:

Finest medication for you!

by Loomed G. Leaflet

So for a good old-gentlemanly vice, I think I must take up with avarice*
In lapidary inscriptions a man is not upon oath*
Public schools are the nurseries of all vice and immorality*

We are able to ship worldwide

There are but two ways of paying debt: Increase of industry in raising income, increase of thrift in laying out*

Your easy-to-use solution is here

You are really anonymous!

The secret of getting things done is to act!
It is like the seed put in the soil -- the more one sows, the greater the harvest*

And finally, from the poetry slam scene, come these two works by young up-and-coming slam poets. These poems would be best accompanied by some beatboxing, 808s and/or turntables. Not that they need any more "street cred". Not how the first poem quotes Loomed G. Leaflet and how the second one ironically breaks into an advertising pitch midway. What a statement.

Downloadable software cheap

by Empress M. Naipaul

Well well!
Somehow a bachelor never quite gets over the idea that he is a thing of beauty and a boy forever*

We are able to ship worldwide*
Nothing real can be threatened* Nothing unreal exists* Herein lies the peace of God*
I'm not a genius* I'm just a tremendous bundle of experience*

*I believe the asterisks signifiy the author making a bass drum sound with her mouth. Very multicultural as well. Next:

X . A . E . X chalk

by karmen Annas

silver grey/gray head existence nail political direction together face moon liquid like wide gun dry low little do every true organization debt credit waste dog heat offer probable rest theory wind light quick slope company curtain stitch humorice mouth business very acid pain tongue soft enough square reward mist boot art brake flame disease linen wool awake as porter serious fruit animal dear advertisement spade special potato prison decision comfort

Click Here For V i c o d i n and X a n e x and C i a l i s

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Playlists! Finally!!

This is probably the most slackingest I've ever been... and coming from me that's saying a lot!

Most recent playlists (BIGMUFF) are not on here. I used the "BIGMUFF" name for some earlier mixes but changed those back to BOGBOX for consistency's sake. If you're keeping score. BIGMUFF (mash-up mix shows from last week) will be replayed on Random Noise tonight. After that, I'll post the playlists.

BOGBOX03 2.04.04 Best of Glitterbox 2k3 3

Princess is a DJ: Can I Get a? (Princess Superstar vs Black Sabbath)
Inhumanz: Shoot the Warpigs (Nas vs Black Sabbath) /
Magic Stroke (Lil Kim & 50 Cent vs Billy Squire / 50 Inch Nails (50 Cent vs Nine Inch Nails)
Radioslave vs 50 Cent & Adonis: No Way Back (in Da Club)
50 Cent: In Da Club (NY Party Punk Trash rmx)
Beige: The Great Krautrock Swindle
Laptop: Ratso Rizzo (Album Version)
Electric 6: Improper Dancing
Lil Kim: The Jump Off (Radioslave rmx)
The White Stripes: 7 Nation Army (Radioslave rmx) / (Rip it Off Acid Mix) / (Slide vs The White Stripes rmx) /
White Stripped (FK1000 The Hardest Button to Button rmx)

BOGBOX04 2.12.04 Best of Glitterbox 2k3 4

A.R.E. Weapons: Streetgang (A Touch of Class Remix)
Duran Duran: Planet Earth
A Touch of Class: Streetdub
I-f: Us and Ours and You and Yours
The Ones: Flawless (Italo Disco Mix)
Reinhardt Voight: How We Rock (Modernist rmx)
Lil Louis: French Kiss
Prince vs Sinergy: When Doves Cry (RMX)
Inhumanz: Gossip Folks / White Horse (Missy Elliott vs Laidback)
Kitty Glitter: Gossip Folks / Warm Leatherette (Missy Elliott vs The Normal)+
Crash (Joey Beltram: "Energy Flash" vs The Normal "Warm Leatherette")
Joey Beltram: Energy Flash / Flash Cube
Human Resource: Dominator (Original)
Dominatrix: The Dominatrix Sleeps Tonight (Black Strobe 2003 rmx) / Original 12" mix
...with little bit of beats looping and DJ tomfoolery at the end++

+Tiny bit of not-quite-there mash-up I did of these two songs. Did it orginally for "Mucked-Up Fix 2". Its loads of fun but I find it impossible to mix properly. Or at all really. Kinda hate it since the Inhumanz "White Horse" mashup is so obviously better. I am so not worthy.
++I actually did mix this a tiny bit with that Human Resource track, one of those classics from the early hardcore days. Not the Beltram remix, though. I like that one better. I've since done a full mashup of the tracks...yay! Have also done it with "Gossip Folks" although dangit, I'm not not happy with that one.

This was actually a really fun show to do. Kinda miss doing with with turntables, although my digital mixing is improving a little. A popular show too this one is.

BOGBOX05 2.19.04 Best of Glitterbox 2k3 5

Girls on Top: Being Scrubbed (TLC vs The Human League)
The Human League: Being Boiled
Inhumanz: Forget me Frontin' (Pharrel vs Patrice Rushen)+
Malcolm McLaren: Madam Butterfly
Lacquer: X
It & My Computer: Wannabe
Paul Johnson featuring Jessica: Erotic City
Prince: Irresistable B1tch
The Soft Pink Truth: Make Up / Gender Studies
Adult.: Shake Your Head / Blank Eyed Noise Bleed / Paranoid Vision / Don't You Stop
Fancy: Chinese Eyes
The Human League: Don't You Want Me (Extended Edit)
Felix: Don't You Want Me++

+This (mashed-and-un-) was probably my favourite song of 2003. Not sure why, but I loved it. Dint you?
++Have since mashed these up proper. (Or not.)

BOGBOX06 2.26.04 Best of Glitterbox 2k3 6

Hollertronix: Missy Elliott vs The Clash: Gossip Folks / Rock the Casbah (Extended)+
Lumidee vs Michael Jackson: Never Leave Billie Jean
Girls on Top: I Wanna Dance with Numbers (Whitney Houston vs Kraftwerk)++
The Soft Pink Truth: Satie (Grey Corduroy Suit) (Herbert's Walk Free Mix)
The Bloods: Button Up
LCD Soundsystem: Losing My Edge
The Juan McLean: Give Me Every Little Thing
Liquid Liquid: Optimo / Cavern (DJ Phantom rmx)
Bootyshaker: Grandmaster Felix -- Bitter Sweet Seduction
(Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five vs Felix Da Housecat)
Time Zone: World Destruction
Gang of Four: To Hell with Poverty+++
A Certain Ratio: Kether Hot Kneves
Melle Mel: The Mega-Melle Mix (DJ Sanny X megamix)++++
The Tom Tom Club: Genius of Love

+Yet another of my most favourite mash-ups, equal with the Inhumanz' "White Horse" version, and def better'n mine.
++Old one, but, like "Being Scrubbed", I still like it very much and don't tire of it. An irresistable combination as well.
+++...we'll get drunk on cheap wine!
++++One of my most favourite records and a great find, fulla Melle & Flash favourites. (No "White Lines".) And that is "Genius of Love" at the end.

This last one is probably my most favourite. Was popular with listeners too. I dig the mix of stuff I hit on with "Mucked-up Fix" last year, particularly the second one... and that should be the general direction of most of my mixshows... bit of mash-ups, post-punk, funk, electro, Paradise Garage type stuff, new stuff with dance and chill directions taken as prescribed.

This batch may be re-recorded for posterity since I finally got a digital out for my pooter.

Tuesday, April 06, 2004

Bunches of new stuff up this week and new stuff for the weekend. Scheduling changes to come -- additions really -- include 4 hours of Gutter Glamour wednesdays 4-8pm and also oldskool rave and jungle shows Friday, Saturday and Sunday and into Monday morning. yay! The GG show will start next week, the rave shows in a month. Glitterbox playlist is now humungous!

Thursday, April 01, 2004

4.01:New mash-up mixes on tonite. Tune in around 11-12 EST for the newest stuff. Which will probably get replayed sometime over the weekend and definitely sometime on Random Noise. And oh fudge, but I totally forgot about doing playlists. OK....

No foolin'. And keep tunin in for new glitterbox tunes.

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