Deep Jazz Mix (vinyl only)

Vinyl only deep jazz mix recorded live by Alex.

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‘mju:zik monthly – September ’19

Despite some questionable political motives (anti-capitalists hijacking a message, and still not offering any viable alternative) and some even more questionable signage (where were these kids in art class ?!) – this months mjuzik monthly is firmly dedicated to a new generation of activists who understand how important it is to make changes now before […]

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‘mju:zik monthly – August ’19

Welcome to ‘mju:zik monthly. A selection of 32 tracks that pricked our ears up in the office during August. No particular theme or order. Just what we liked when listening through playlists and label mailouts. We hope you enjoy! More themed playlists to come across the autumn months.

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‘mju:zik monthly – Spoken Word

There are more and more exciting spoken word artists out there, providing a contrast to most of the music we hear day to day and using a more poetic medium in which ‘lyrics’ take centre stage. Here is a selection of stuff we like… some well known classics and some new blood.

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D&AD New Blood – Radio Hub Takeover – Manners McDade

Thirty Two Music curated and organised a continuous live ‘radio’ throughout the day at D&AD New Blood this year. We hosted a selection of industry experts from labels and publishers to DJ and answer questions on music use in advertising. Here is the recording of Manners McDade who provided a set of the best new […]

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‘mju:zik monthly June

June has been an exciting month. Lots of exciting new projects in music, sustainability, advertising, branded content, audio post. Were feeling world-y, soulful and full of hope for possible futures. Hope you enjoy the vibes of this month’s playlist. 32 tracks from our ‘office radio’ Big love 32

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‘Creative Drive’ – curated by Thirty Two Music for D&AD New Blood 2019

As part of our partnership with the good people at D&AD we have curated two extra playlists this month. Number 2 is not the kind of selection you might expect to hear from us at Thirty Two Music but it’s all about motivating the new generation of creatives and designers. The New Blood delegates have […]

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World Oceans Day

To celebrate World Oceans Day, we have put together this selection of music and soundscapes inspired by water, the ocean and its inhabitants.  

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‘Creative Focus’ – curated by Thirty Two Music for D&AD New Blood 2019

As part of our partnership with the good people at D&AD we have curated two extra playlists this month. The first is designed to help the New Blood delegates focus on preparing their creative work for exhibition at the festival. Unlike your average Spotify curated ‘concentration’ playlist (gentle solo piano tracks.. yawn), this will take […]

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Disappearing Dining Club Vinyl Only Mix

A mix of spiritual jazz, Nigerian funk, ethio-jazz and a whole lot more pulled from Alex’s record collection and recorded at the vinyl only night run by Disappearing Dining Club at The Dartmouth Arms.

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Noisey Mix: Lao – Memorias de Clase Media – Semana Marihuana Mixes 4:20

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‘mju:zik monthly May

May turned out to be a good month. Here’s a little insight into our office listening at Thirty Two London and BCN this month with 32 tracks pulled from our ‘office radio’ playlists. Hopefully it will smooth your transition back to work after the long weekend. Big ones Thirty Two

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‘mju:zik monthly April

32 tracks lovingly selected from our ‘Office Radio’ playlist that have been spinning in London and BCN this month. Sending out alt Easter love to you all.

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Radio LBB: Hidden Tracks

Do you remember falling asleep, spliff in hand, to one of your favourite grunge CDs in the late ’90s? Of course you do. And you know when you got suddenly woken up by an unexpected wall of noise that comes on 14 minutes after the end of the last track, making you jump up in […]

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Glasto Schmasto

(Before we get started I think it’s important to say that we love festivals. We are not grumpy old bastards. We will definitely be topping up cashless bracelets and buying countless eco cups before the summer is out.) 2018’s festival line ups were… shall we say… unsurprising. As the 2019 lineups are announced we have […]

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Synthetic Jungle Mix

Will the abandoned cities of future Earth become overgrown with giant, radiation resistant plant species as their former inhabitants flee to the stars in search of a new home ? This mix is a textured ambient dystopia with a distinct nature theme. 1. A message from Sir David Attenborough 2. SLV ‘Sky One’ 3. Toma […]

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‘mju:zik monthly – February 2019

Yes yes we know, we missed out January. But nobody likes January anyway… and February is feeling good. As always, here’s a selection of tracks (32 tracks this month) from our listening in the office over the last few weeks. No theme or overarching idea… just new stuff we have been feeling, or older bits […]

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Moho Mix – 32 BCN

An unsettling, dystopian DJ mix composed mostly of alternative electronic soundscapes and beats put together by Toby. Tracklist Auntie Flo – Life is High Laurie Scacco – Other Flowers (Helado Negro Mix) Geins T Nait – Ciseaux Daddy Corinthian – National Enquiry Puce Mary – To Possess is to be in control Bridge – Verloren […]

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Five Bottles Of Mambo – Exotica Mix

A blend of easy listening, exotica, Latin and kitsch cut with old information films, adverts and sound from TV shows, curated and created by Alex.  

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‘mju:zik monthly – December ’18

A snapshot of whats been on the speakers 32 offices in LDN and BCN over the last couple of weeks.

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Music supervisors of the future; your jobs are safe

With discussions about A.I., machine learning and automation ubiquitous, what naturally follows is a conversation about the decline of certain roles across all industries. Some you would expect to see in a digital age where automation and its promise of increased efficiency are essential to the more nimble start up culture (book keeping, high level […]

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‘mju:zik monthly – November ’18

A snapshot of whats been on the speakers 32 offices in LDN and BCN over the last couple of weeks.  

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‘mju:zik monthly – October ’18

A snapshot of what’s been on the 32 office speakers in LDN and BCN over the last few weeks.

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How Is ‘Branded Content’ Changing the Face of Advertising?

A diverse group of content producers and creatives were interviewed for this article by new audio post-production service Virtual Sound. Interviewees included Rebecca Denne, Acting Head of Content at ShortList Media Ltd, Neil Shanlin, Creative Director at Flare BBDO, as well as representatives from some of the new breed of content production houses including Gramafilm, […]

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#IWD2018 Women of the past, present and future

We’re celebrating #IWD2018 by listening to all of our favourite female artists. You can join us if you like… #PressForProgress  

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‘mju:zik monthly – October

Welcome to ‘mju:zik monthly. Just some stuff we have been listening to this month

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Zig Zag Synth Mix

A wicked mix of wavy synth classics for fans of Stranger Things, Vangelis, Jean Michelle Jarre etc.

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Are we selling our souls ?

In our line of work we occasionally find ourselves asking the question ‘are we compromising our integrity here?’. We broached this topic at our panel at London Sync Sessions at Metropolis Studios last year, entitled ‘Are We Selling Our Souls?’, which started a lot of conversations with rights holders and fellow music supervisors who have […]

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‘mju:zik monthly – September

Welcome to ‘mju:zik monthly. Just some stuff we have been listening to this month  

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No hostel mix

A cerebral collection of alternative electronica pieced together in the aftermath of mass protests in Barcelona against tourism, gentrification and the effect on the local community. Light and shade. The beauty of the environment and the frustration of the people.

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