Field Day Radio - in association with The Independent

Field Day Radio is broadcasting monthly in the lead up to the Field Day festival on Saturday 2nd June 2012. Listen to the shows here.


Tom Baker, one of the main founders of Field Day, presents Field Day Radio, broadcasting monthly in the lead up to the Field Day festival on Saturday 2nd June 2012. Launching on Friday 9th March, Field Day Radio will showcase the best music and exclusive interviews, mixes and live recordings from artists playing at the Field Day festival in Victoria Park, London. Now in it's sixth year, Field Day has built up a reputation for bringing the most bold, innovative and imaginative artists and promoters together for one day in a leafy park in East London.


Field Day Radio - Show 1 - Tracklist


Andrew Bird - Desperation Breeds (Mom+Pop)

Kindness - Cyan (Female Energy/Terrible)

AfroCubism - Djelimady Rumba (World Circuit)


Metronomy Interview

Metronomy - The English Riviera (Because Music)

The Beatles - Help (Parlophone)

Metronomy - Black Eye/Burnt Thumb (Holiphonic)

Metronomy - Love Underlined (Because Music)

Metronomy - The Look (Because Music)

Django Django - Waveforms (Because Music)

Metronomy - The Bay (Because Music)

Mazzy Star - Lay Myself Down (Rhymes Of An Hour)

Django Django Interview

Django Django - Waveforms (Because Music)

The Stone Roses - Fools Gold (Silvertone Records)

Led Zeppelin - Misty Mountain Hop (Atlantic)

Cream - Sunshine Of Your Love (Reaction)

Django Django - Default (Because Music)

Django Django - Hail Bop (Because Music)

Django Django - Zumm Zumm (Because Music)

Death Grips - Guillotine (Ormolycka)

Tortoise - Swung From The Gutters (City Slang)

Grimes - Eight (4AD)

Tim Burgess Interview

The Charlatans - Just When You're Thinking Things Over (Beggars Banquet)

R. Stevie Moore - I Go Into Your Mind (HP Music)

The Charlatans - North Country Boy (Beggars Banquet)

The Charlatans - Tellin' Stories (Beggars Banquet)

New Order - Your Silent Face (Factory)

Factory Floor - (R E A L L O V E) (Optimo Music) 

Casper C - Introduction to BleeD & Lanzarote @ Field Day mixtape

Peaking Lights - Synthy (Weird World/Not Not Fun)

Com Truise - VHS Sex (Ghostly International)

Laurel Halo - Head (Hippos In Tanks)

Franz Ferdinand - Take Me Out (Domino)


Field Day Radio - Show 2 - Tracklist

Beirut – Gulag Orkestar (4AD)

Outfit – Two Islands (Double Denim)

Hudson Mohawke – Satin Panthers (Warp)

Rustie – Surph (Warp)

Andrew Bird Interview

Andrew Bird – Belles (Bella Union)

Andrew Bird – Desperation Breeds… (Bella Union)

Andrew Bird – Behind The Barn (Bella Union)

Andrew Bird – Sifters (Bella Union)

Django Reinhardt – After You’ve Gone (RCA)

Andrew Bird – The Whistling Caruso (Walt Disney Records)

Andrew Bird – Hole In The Ocean Floor (Bella Union)

Papa M – Beloved Woman (Drag City)

Lianne La Havas Interview

Lianne La Havas – Age (Labour Of Love)

Lianne La Havas – No Room For Doubt Feat. Willy Mason (Labour Of Love)

Lauryn Hill – Ex-Factor (Ruffhouse Records)

Little Dragon – Ritual Union (Peacefrog Records)

Lianne La Havas – Lost & Found (Labour Of Love)

Fennesz – Grey Scale (Touch)

Pond – You Broke My Cool (Modular)

Zulu Winter Mix

Moderat – A New Error
(BPitch Control)

Raw Silk – Do It To The Music
(TMT Records)

Caribou – Found Out
(City Slang)

Broadcast – Corporeal

Scott Walker – The Girls From The Streets

Kate Bush
- Wuthering Heights (EMI)

Spiritualized – Sway (Dedicated)


Field Day Radio – Show 3 - Tracklist


Metronomy – The Bay (Because Music)

Citizens! - Reptile (Kitsuné Music)

Crocodiles - Sunday (Psychic Conversation 9) (Souterrain Transmissions)

TOY – Motoring (Heavenly)

Here We Go Magic - I Believe In Action (Secretly Canadian)

Martin Creed Interview

Martin Creed – Thinking / Not Thinking (Telephone Records)

Martin Creed – I Like Things (Music Sales)

Martin Creed – Where You Go (Telephone Records)

Julia Holter - This Is Ekstasis (Rvng Intl.)

Chairlift – Amanaemonesia (Columbia)

Jeffrey Lewis & The Junkyard – Time Trades (Rough Trade)

Franz Ferdinand Interview

Franz Ferdinand – Do You Want To (Domino)

Franz Ferdinand – Ulysses (Domino)

Franz Ferdinand – The Dark Of The Matinee (Domino)

Franz Ferdinand – Cheating On You (Domino)

Liars In The Mix

Wire – Ahead (Virgin)

SPK – Contact (Side Effects)

Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft – Kebabträume (Virgin)

Robert Rental – ACC (Regular Records)

Clock DVA – Consent (Industrial Records)


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