As the Scottish summer approaches with hurricanes looming, we’ve decided to go under the waves and discuss our love of all things fishy for our 14th outing on Radio Magnetic. Alongside the watery goods we unleash the Numbers triple threat and well as dropping new jams from SBTRKT, Midland and T. Williams.

As fish don’t have ears, keep your beady eye out for a sneak preview of the latest Labs release which is due out in the coming months.

Stream the show above and head on over to the episode page on Radio Magnetic to show some love.


Space Ranger – Phase Fever (Lovemonk) – read our review
Oooft – Deep Wading (Raw Cutz)
Redinho – Edge Off (Numbers) – read our review
Orphan 101 – Sus (Deca Rhythm)
Drive Me Home – Blah Blah Blah (Machinedrum rmx) (Citinite)
Icicle feat Robert Owens – Redemption (Marco Del Horno rmx) (Shogun) – read our review
Pearson Sound – Stifle (Hessle Audio)
River of Slime – Volume One (Paranoise rmx) (Phuturelabs)
Jack Dixon & Robin Card -Keith (Eliphino Remix) (Take) – read our review
A1 Bassline – Falsehood (Tighten Up)
Deadboy – Wish You Were Here (Numbers) – read our review
SBTRKT – Ready Set Loop (Young Turks)
Midland – Through Motion (Aus) – read our review
Todd Terje – Ragysh (Running Back)
Fish Go Deep – Street Loop (Apt International)
FOUND – Anti Climb Paint (S-Type rmx) (Chemikal Underground) – free download
DePTHS and Scatabrainz – Rapper Abattoir (Self)
Foreign Beggars and Lazer Sword – What’s Good (Never Say Die)
Ramadanman vs S-X – Woo Glut (Butterz)
Synkro & Indigo – Reflections (Exit) – read our review
Lory D – Acidronix (Numbers) – read our review
Jon Convex – Convexations (3024) – read our review
T Williams – Heartbeat (Paul Woolford Rewurq) (Local Action)
Larry Heard – The Sun Can’t Compare (Alleviated)

Phuturelabs – Experiment 14 on Radio Magnetic


Future Sound of London obsessive with a taste for moody house, techno and drum n bass. I was also rather partial to speed garage and am still slightly obsessed with early 90s rave. To keep up with more of my shocking banter or to get in touch you can get me on Google+ and Twitter.