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Paradigm Shift Radio Show Playlist 21/7/08

The Paradigm Shift is a weekly Monday night radio show presented by Sub Bass Snarl on Sydney radio station 2SER fm 107.3MHz – check the 2SER website for the live web stream!

It airs Monday nights at the new time of 730pm for 90 minutes (Australian Eastern Standard Time – GMT+10).

Get in touch to send us your music (320s welcome!) – paradigmshift [AT] 2ser [dot] com

Kraftwerk – Tour de France [Tour de France] (EMI)
Atom TM – Mp3 (Moral Poverty Three) [Son of a Glitch] (Rather Interesting)
Truckasaurus – Porkwich [Tea Parties, Guns n Valor] (Fourth City)
Ital Tek – Pins [Cyclical] (Planet Mu)
Geiom – Reminissin’ (Skream’s Time Traveller remix) [Reminissin'] (Berkane Sol)
Sub Swara – Backwater Dub [Coup d'Yah] (self-released)
Tussle – Elephants [Telescope Mind] (Smalltown Supersound)
Pulshar – Golden Brown [Brotherhood] (Phonobox)
Maga Bo – Fire feat Xunman [Archipelagoes] (Soot)
Architecture in Helsinki – Heart it Races (dj/rupture’s Ital Hymn Mix Featuring Mr Lee G) [Heart It Races] (Poly Vinyl)
Samiyam – Trick Platform [Return EP] (Hyperdub)
Pivot – Nothing Hurts Machine [O Soundtrack My Heart] (Warp)
Errors – The Bagpipes [It's Not Something But It Is Like Whatever] (Rock Action)
Jasper TX – Black Sleep Part V [Black Sleep] (Miasmah)
Peter Broderick – A Glacier [Float] (Type)
Grouper – When We Fall [Dragging A Dead Deer Up A Hill] (Type)
Nicola Ratti – Voluta Musica [From The Desert Came Saltwater] (Anticpate)
Lau Nau – Ruususuu [Nukkuu] (Locust)
Qua – Silver Red 2 [Silver Red] (Something Good)
John Miles – Stranger In The City (Pilooski Edit) [Dirty Edits] (D-I-R-T-Y)

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