Two hours, broken in half by two friends, across two distant North London suburbs.

Post-punk, alternative, new wave… anger and fire and janky guitars from all over the globe.




Two hours, broken into quarters, by two friends, across two distant North London suburbs (partially via South Korea this month).

Cosmic babbling and undiscovered gems by common names. Memories of introductions via HMV and radio’s detuned.

Sit back and enjoy this special selection from Ashra, Masayoshi Fujita, John Martyn, Anna Holmer and Yamaneko.



Thirty minute letters in audio, between two friends across London. Two hours of music and the odd bit of wittering on.

Half hour segments kicked off by Elliott with ambient delights, checking in with Talk Talk, Haruomi Hosono, Jefre Cantu-Ledesma and The Beach Boys, and finishing with 2 sets of 2 long pieces chosen in pairs featuring Lowtec and An Trinse.



“As you begin to realise that every different type of music, everybody’s individual music, has its own rhythm, life, language and heritage, you realise how life changes, and you learn how to be more open and adaptive to what is around us.”

Yo-Yo Ma

Fifteen odd years of passing music to each other on shiny plastic discs of varying sizes, spooling cassettes and digital digits have led to a relatively solid understanding of each others tastes. You might like some of the things we tend to dig out for each other to enjoy to so we thought we’d share.