Here are all of DVCwins's jams.
by Half Man Half Biscuit
#Finaljam. Out with a bang (and a smile): No frills, handy for the hills, that's the way you spell New Mills... Thanks to all my fellow jammers for the discoveries, and to TIMJ for the platform. It's been a blast.
Jammed: 25th Sep 2015
by The Field Mice
Sarah Jam #6. This was always my last song at the end of summer term when I broadcast my student radio show, and with the imminent end of This Is My Jam, it feels relevant again now: "I'll always remember / The days and nights we spent together..." I'll be posting a few more #finaljams before Sep 26th. After that, I'll see you on Let's Loop.
Jammed: 30th Aug 2015
by The Golden Dawn
Sarah Jam #5. I really enjoyed the documentary screening, and this is the title track. Also great to meet Claire and Matt from the label in a post-film Q&A. When we arrived at the venue, it was swarming with paparazzi and security guards, which turned out to be for a launch of The X Factor, happening in the same cinema. Bizarre as it was, I enjoyed the irony - Sarah were everything that X Factor isn't. I recommend the DVD, due in November.
Jammed: 28th Aug 2015
by Even as We Speak
Sarah Jam #2. "Feral Pop Frenzy" was this Australian band's only album release and I still consider it the best album Sarah ever put out. It's a quirky masterpiece of understated pop which constantly wrong-foots you with its deceptively upbeat exterior hiding dark themes, with real emotional highs and lows. It's a living, breathing, very human record that for me perfectly embodies the independent warts-and-all Sarah aesthetic. This song isn't on the album, but the title is very apt.
Jammed: 22nd Aug 2015
by Asobi Seksu
Operation Upload continues... I've always loved this early Asobi Seksu track - classic quiet/loud shoegaze that references My Bloody Valentine in the music and in the title. I think it works both as a tribute and a piece in its own right.
Jammed: 5th Jul 2015
Operation Upload began a few weeks ago - attempting to put all my music on a single hard drive, long overdue, and I plan to jam some unheard-in-a-while gems. A is done. Here's Claudia Brücken and Thomas Leer collaborating in 1988. In an alternate universe, I like to think that this was a No.1 hit.
Jammed: 20th Jun 2015
by Brand New
This is a blast. On one level it's a great two-minute representation of teen angst, but it also stands for anyone who feels disaffected with the modern world. "We don't feel anything!" is always something worth shouting about.
Jammed: 28th Apr 2015
by Public Service Broadcasting
One more from the album that's been on repeat in my car for the past two weeks. I love the way the Sputnik bleep has been woven into the melodies and structure here, and it all builds magnificently.
Jammed: 9th Mar 2015
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