SexCake episode 6! Never sneeze with your pants off!

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Sixth episode of SexCake! DJ Mowsee and Lady K discuss the music that’s played during this episode track by track. WARNING: This show is uncensored! It contains useful (or useless) info about your favourite tracks, French kissing, and more Tim Bowness (will this ever end?)!

You will hear music from TesseracT, Frost*Stereomud, North Atlantic Oscillation, I Mother Earth, Chet Faker, Bring Me The Horizon, Barbieri & Bowness, Q Omega, Amplifier, Sevendust, Riverside, Killer Be Killed, and Ice Choir!

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Personal Playlist by Iris (10 March 2016)

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Yes, why not? I listen to a lot of new music, old music, weird music… Any kind of music! I discover a lot of new music thanks to the albums I get from Background Magazine/artists & bands to review, but sometimes I make time to explore both new and old music by myself. Here’s a selection of what I’m listening to recently… Continue reading