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Raggy's off Limits Radio Show (#52) - Daedelus & School of Seven Bells!

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Too much football to watch at the moment!! Anyway, the sun is shining and the music is sparkling. We have some excellent cross over electronic soul from School Of Seven Bells on gorgeous green vinyl, The Boogoos from Germany take on the mighty Theme De Yoyo, Daedelus does what he's best at, and we get a little cheeky number fun with the kiddy favourite Sesame Street via the Habitual Parking Violators, The Count, Grover, Grouch and Big Bird. We also received a really cool demo from Brooklyn based Fredericks Brown and a ridiculously great K Sputnik edit of Alicia Keys... it's a tight show, enjoy!...

Raggy's Off Limits Radio Show 01.05.08 (#52) - Daedelus & School Of Seven Bells!

The Boogoos | Theme De Yoyo (Perfect Toy) [promo]
Kira Neris | Scampering (Futuristica)
Electric Conversation | Find Myself (Futuristica 7")
Haze | Higher Groove (ASI)
Daedelus Feat. Taz | Bass In It (Ninja Tune) [promo]
School Of Seven Bells | Silent Grips (Suicide Squeeze 7")
Q Tip | That's Sexy (Bulldog)
Siah & Yeshuda Dapoed | The Mystery (Head Bop)
Habitual Parking Violators | Twelve (Rebutz 7")
Q Tip | Black Boy (Bulldog)
Alicia K | Unbreakable (K Sputnik Edit)
Fredericks Brown | All the Days (Demo)
Leila | Mettle (Warp 10")

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