Ordinarily I would post the Club Sussed playlist…but I was having too much fun to remember what I spun. Big shout outs to DJs Carsmile, Crow Atak and Constant Spray, see you on the 19th.

I am going on holiday, meanwhile – sorry about the lack of content here recently. I’m hoping to spring back refreshed and re-loaded – will NYLPM thrive in the meantime? That’s entirely up to my team-mates – last time I took a week off in Greece they responded in fine style with some of the liveliest discussion this page has seen: I’ve got my fingers crossed that something similar might happen again, who knows. Meanwhile Moments In Love is in the capable hands of Maura! K! Johnston! who will write much better things than I have been – she has a team of mystery men contributing stuff too (yesterday’s Dr Dre bit was by Josh for instance).

I was talking to Alex and he mentioned how much he’d liked the list of CDs I’d put up last time I went on holiday. His foolish politeness has cost you all dearly – here are the records I’ll have with me this time.

Dexy’s Midnight Runners – Don’t Stand Me Down
Scritti Politti – Cupid & Psyche 85
The Clientele – Suburban Light
Skitz – Countryman
Belle And Sebastian – If You’re Feeling Sinister
XTC – English Settlement
Nas – Illmatic
Bonnie Prince Billy – Ease Down The Road
Laurie Anderson – Big Science
The Orb – The Blue Room
Daft Punk – Discovery
The KLF – Chill Out
Missy Elliott – Miss E…So Addictive
Various Artists – Afrique Dynamique!
The Jesus And Mary Chain – Psychocandy
The Avalanches – Since I Left You
Penderecki – Anaklasis, Etc.
Madness – The Heavy Heavy Hits
Ultramagnetic MCs – Critical Beatdown
Orange Juice – You Can’t Hide Your Love Forever
Various Artists – 300% Dynamite
Sugababes – One Touch
The Byrds – Mr Tambourine Man
Basement Jaxx – Rooty
Radiohead – OK Computer
The Go-Betweens – 16 Lovers Lane
Aspects – Correct English
Hefner – The Fidelity Wars
Various Artists – Booty Bounce
Various Artists – The Rough Guide To West African Music
Various Artists – The History Of Country Music: The 1950s

Have a lovely time O readers and I’ll see you in a week.