"I plan my World Service listening in advance"

Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings have turned in one of my albums of the year. "100 Days, 100 nights" is full of Motown and Stax inspired numbers which fans of Mark Ronson should enjoy. Be warned however: While the Dap Kings were used as Amy Winehouse's backing band for selected cuts on "Back to Black" and there's brass on the album, they are not used excessively. So any of you expecting the patented Mark Ronson "the more horns the better" method, then you're in for a disappointment.

MP3 Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings - Keep on Looking (Kenny Dope Remix)

Oh yeah, it was my monthly remixes and covers event Shoplifters last night, so yesterday afternoon was spent scouring the web for any remixes that I've missed over the last few weeks. I've been loving the Field this year, though I've been somewhat underwhelmed by his remix work so far. Not any longer. Check this out.

MP3 Marit Bergman - No Party (The Field Remix)

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