August 31st, 2013 Aug31

August 31st, 2013

The last days of summer and the show kicks off with French hip hop collective Chinese Man and a remix of Miss Chang. We hear a new one from London UK’s CRIM3S, and then Unicorn Kid gives us True Fantasy Love. Skream finds a groove with Fields of Emotions and Kode9 brings the Bristol...

July 20th, 2013 Jul20

July 20th, 2013

Modern primitive is how the journey starts this week. Beginning with Nohon and moving into the modern didgeridoo of Wadhom. We bring an old Juno Reactor track called Solaris which introduces some throat singing and then we hear a really cool one from Huun-Huur-Tu. Throat singing with a modern...

May 25th, 2013 May25

May 25th, 2013

Funki Porcini returns to the scene and opens up the show with a couple this week. Rockers Hi-Fi find a deep groove with Going Under (Evil Love And Insanity Dub) and Tricky brings an old one with Christiansands. The spaghetti western’s get served with some modern Ennio Morricone reworks,...

Tying Tiffany One Second Apr09

Tying Tiffany One Se...

Italian songstress Tying Tiffany has just released a new video along with her new EP “One”. Share this:FacebookTwitterEmailMoreReddit Related shows: August 31st,...

September 1st, 2012 Sep01

September 1st, 2012

Almost back to school on the Howe Sound System. The show starts this week with a banger from Austra, followed by another related project called Trust, and their track Dressed For Space. Fever Ray continues the darkwave vibe with the Familjen Remix of, If I Had A Heart. The show takes a turn...

June 9th, 2012 Jun09

June 9th, 2012

The show starts out this week with something we don’t usually do here on the HSS. Riddims! Fantan Mojah, Michael Rose, 3gga & Emiliano all have their take on the Prisonbreak Riddim. We take it back a bit with some vintage roots reggae from The Prophets, featuring Vivian Jackson or...

June 2nd, 2012 Jun02

June 2nd, 2012

A real journey through the genres this week. DJ Frane starts our trip with one from his Journey to The Planet of Birds, then Cut Chemist finds the groove and stays in the pocket with The Garden. Blockhead brings the Creepin’ and it gets thick and heavy in Amon Tobin’s Nepalese...