Wednesday, April 7, 2021





  1. Dopplereffeckt. Compactification
  2. Autechre. Altibzz
  3. Mark Pritchard. The Hologram
  4. Ivor Slaney. Easy Prey – End Title
  5. Shape. Brutalist Realm
  6. Andrew Lloyd-webber. Variations
  7. El-P. Tuned Mass Damper (instrumental)
  8. Koji Kondo & Soyo Oka. Pilot Wings
  9. V/VM. Valerian Albanov
  10. Gescom. Mag Ae Remix
  11. The Advisory Circle. And the Cuckoo Comes
  12. MC Duke. I’m Riffin (Smokin’ Beats)
  13. Leonard Rossiter & The Rigsbyettes. Rising Damp
  14. Coil. Dark River
  15. Keith Mansfield. Passport International (a)
  16. Goblin. Snip-Snap
  17. The Seebach Band. Bubble Sex
  18. oOoOO. Burnout Eyess
  19. Art of Noise. Opus 4
  20. National Trust. Fountains Abbey – Birds In Water Garden
  21. Biosphere. The Third Planet
  22. (Unknown) KG Intro.
  23. The Focus Group. The Other Birds
  24. Fox. S-S-S Single Bed
  25. Wagon Christ. Rexist
  26. Peter O’Toole. Dem Bones
  27. Woodbines & Spiders. Old Hands Need a Glove
  28. Richard Hartley. Dead Head
  29. Giorgio Moroder. Leopard Tree Dream
  30. Dead Can Dance. Windfall
  31. Moon Wiring Club. Wolves in My House
  32. Brian Bennett. The Unknown
  33. Tangerine Dream. Katja
  34. David Mindel. Russell Harty Theme
  35. Robert Swain. S4C Ident #4
  36. Florrie. Call 911 (Florrie Remix)
  37. BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Avon’s Communicator
  38. VHS Head. The Stuff
  39. Datassette. Can You Smell Maths?
  40. Hideyuki Shimono & Akihito Ohkawa. The Art of Destruction
  41. Denny Crockett & Ike Egan. Le vieux vaisseau
  42. Vangelis. Alpha
  43. Jon Brooks. Piano & Tape Miniature no.1

Music doesn’t erode the mind does it?

Dedicated with love to Michael Jayston, the Jayston Mix is a funfair pickNmixed bag of favourites old and new, and a wandering down pathways both sinister and silly.

Here you’ll find beyond-classic lost sample-heroics from Biosphere, crunchy-slurred breakbeats from the antique MC Duke, Coil rubbing shoulders with Leonard Rossiter, delightfully RP-looping from the Art of Noise and splendidly mournful bubble-pop froOoOOm oOoOO. EL-P and Lordy Lloyd-Webber get along famously in a flat-share while Giorgio does a cattish double-take. Mew. N-N-N-Noosha Fox has an irresistible stammer and provides a TOTP Talk Box sensation, and the kindly ghost of Russell Harty pops up to remind you that he is gone but never forgotten.

Then it’s uphill down your way as Brian Croucher staggers through polystyrene boulders of speech in a manner defying descriptive powers of a rational mind. Unique. There’s a hidden level to remind you that computer game music + musochops = bewildering excellence while we Peter Owt with lucid melancholia and a reminder… I’ve told you. I’m a funny fellow.

I think my Crimmos are going to enjoy this.

Ian Hodgson (Moon Wiring Club)


  1. Hello Simon,
    i'm not sure if download link still works. Let me know, if not, i'll upload the mix.

  2. hi Marcin, no it doesn't work. or rather, you click on it and something starts to download and then it says "failed - network error". that would be awesome if wanted to repupload it. a great mix. i have it burned on a CD-R somewhere. cheers SR


  4. brilliant - thanks. will amend the blogpost

    how's things?