- Dead Can Dance – Rakim (Live)
- Dr. John – I Walk on Gilded Splinters
- Doc Watson – Down in the Valley to Pray
- Dirty Three – Alice Wading (Live at Meredith)
- Dead Kennedys – Nazi Punks Fuck Off
- DAF – Nacht Arbeit
- Danny Brown – Dirty Laundry
- Dizzee Rascal – I Luv U
- The Divine Comedy – Your Daddy’s Car
- The Dukes of Stratosphear – You’re My Drug
- Daniel Johnston – True Love Will Find You in the End
- David Bowie – Rock and Roll Suicide
- Dorian Wood – Ken
- The Delgados – And So the Talking Stopped
- Danielle Dax – Hammerheads
- Delia Derbyshire – Blue Veils and Golden Sands
- Depeche Mode – Clean
- Death Grips – No Love
- Diamanda Galás – This is the Law of the Plague
- Dolly Parton – Little Sparrow
- Dead Rat Orchestra – The Geshin and the Guga
- Dave Van Ronk – The Cruel Ship’s Captain
- Dingus Khan – Plank
- DJ Shadow (feat. Run The Jewels) – Nobody Speak
- Dean Martin – Little Ole Wine Drinker Me
- Dazzling Killmen – Windshear
- The Doug Anthony All-Stars – Throw Your Arms Around Me (Live)
Join Jason for an hour of quiet reflection and sombre music from the BBC’s Mood 1 playlist (to be deployed in the event of the death of a Category One royal), as he ponders the public response to the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. He profiles the ‘pampered prince’, who gave hope to academic underachievers everywhere, by becoming the new man-queen of the UK. He investigates the transferable skills his sacked servants will bring to the modern workplace. And, as the world embraces change, with black hobbits, mermaids with melanin and a queen with a penis – we wonder why this is so difficult for some 50-year-old fantasists to swallow.
This show contains opinions that, if voiced in public, may result in arrest. Do not repeat anything you hear.
- The Simpkins Family – Down in the Valley to Pray (Live at St. Peter-on-the-Wall)
- These Are End Times – Now I Realise How Helpless We Are (Live at Latitude Festival)
- Sealionwoman – Siren
- Rinuwat – Tarang Emas
- Phil Tyler & Sarah Hill – The Heathery Hills of Yarrow
- There Are No Birds Here / Rev Simpkins - In the Marsh a Desert (Tanbh sidewalk rework mix)
- Fuzzy Lights – Safe Place
- PJ Harvey – White Chalk
- The King's Military Band - God Save The King (1914)
- The Simpkins Family – Bid You Goodnight (Live at St. Peter-on-the-Wall)
Remember when black lives mattered to the music industry? Back in June 2020? Jason gets nostalgic for a time when performative displays of solidarity were key to deepening customer affinity with the antigen brand.
Yes, it's a re-run of Episode 6 of the Antigen Internet Radio show – the infamous Black Squares & White Silence episode. The one that answered the question: What's the easiest, least labour-intensive way to support Black Lives Matter?
And we remember when the people of the UK were shocked to discover hypocrisy and rule-breaking at Number 10! Who would have thought it? We hear the tales of two men with poor eyesight, trying to protect their families from the perils of the pandemic.
Re-live the fun of the first lockdown with this episode from antigen archives, never before broadcast on Southend local radio.
- The Watts Prophets – Listen
- Run The Jewels – Ju$t
- The Last Poets – When the Revolution Comes
- Nina Simone – Mississippi Goddam
- Matana Roberts – Pov Piti
- JPEGMAFIA – Once They Build a Starbucks It's Ova
- JPEGMAFIA – I'll Never Forgive Hipsters for What They Did to Brooklyn
- Receiver – Horse Party
- Dorian Wood – Hymn to Freedom
- Bob Vylan – We Live Here
- NWA – Fuck the Police
- Public Enemy – By the Time I Get to Arizona
- The Watts Prophets – Response to a Borgeois N*gg*r
Hear how one man’s love of testicles almost brought down a government. And, after Borexit, what next? As the PM goes AWOL, eleven potential successors face trial by public humiliation. Who can distance themselves furthest from everything they’ve endorsed for the last 12 years? And who will claim the ultimate prize – a country they’ve helped forge into the foodbank capital of Europe? It's up to 160,000 swivel-eyed lunatics to decide. Join Jason as he seeks the essence of pure Conservatism that fuels this bin fire of insanity.
And we celebrate the music of Swanfest, the greatest festival ever held in an Ipswich pub.
Warning: this episode contains language.
- Ichi – Go Gagambo (Live at Swanfest)
- Rye Shabby – Trench Coat
- Lebrique – Pale Light
- Polly Preacher – Jennifer Gentle (Fee Fi NO)
- Cathedrals & Cars – A Piece of Me Died in Europe
- Fishclaw – Boreal Grid
- Rad Pitt – Old Rope
- Franko Fraize – Oi Oi!
- Sef – Canto de Hilar (Live at Swanfest)
- Gaffa Tape Sandy – L’Appel du Vide
- Dingus Khan – My Love Lasts Forever Like a Plastic Flower
- John Callaghan – It’s the End, But...
Jason takes a deep dive into the Westminster cesspit to fish for cheap laughs in a quagmire of ministerial depravity. He lures listeners to the lower house, where nay means aye, and no body part is safe from the suffix -gate. And he invites you to bring your own boos, as he relives the panto highlights of the platty joobs. Join him for one and a half hours of topical tunes and non-consensual satire. No cows were harmed in the making of this episode.
Warning: this episode contains descriptions of conduct in public office that most people should find upsetting.
- Afrorack – Osc
- Gazelle Twin – Hobby Horse
- billy woods – The Man Who Would Be King
- Under the Sun – Floating
- Os Mutantes – Panis et Circenses
- Jack Rundell – Party Pooper
- Lonnie Holley – I Woke Up in a Fucked-Up America
- Adam and the Ants – Deutscher Girls
- Rev Simpkins – Big Sea
- Laddio Bolocko – Goat Lips
- Crass – Sheep Farming in the Falklands
- Weapon Eyes – Tonechurn 1
- Nina Nastasia – This is Love
Strap yourselves in for two hours of family-friendly fun, as Jason delivers tunes from the C-section. He shares handy hints on how to protect your doomsday cult from the existential threat of Bananarama. Plus pop trivia! Find out how many convicted murderers it takes to make a Beach Boys album, and which band's repertoire was dictated to them by a 19th century singing cow.
- Church Universal and Triumphant, Inc. featuring Elizabeth Clare Prophet – Invocation for Judgement Against and Destruction of Rock Music / Decree 12.10 (excerpt)
- Clock DVA – 4 Hours
- Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld – The Rest of Us
- Captain Beefheart with Frank Zappa – Orange Claw Hammer (Radio session)
- The Carl Stalling Project – Satan’s Waitin’ (Excerpt)
- Cardiacs – Dog-Like Sparky
- Caleb – Baby, Your Phrasing is Bad
- Charles Manson – Cease to Exist
- Chrome – TV as Eyes
- Cypress Hill – (Rap) Superstar
- Cat Power – Cross Bones Style
- The Cure – 10.15 Saturday Night
- Cromagnon - Caledonia
- Comus – Diana
- Current Ninety Three – The Magical Bird in the Magical Wood
- Cocteau Twins – Ivo
- Coil – Tainted Love
- Caroliner Rainbow Stewed Angel Skins – Locked grooves 1-4* / Corn Red Moon
- Clarence Ashley – Coo Coo Bird
- Cocanha - Janeta
- The Cult – Ressurection Joe
- The Chameleons – In Shreds
- Cop Shoot Cop – Down Come the Mickey
- Cabaret Voltaire – Messages Received
* According to the sleeve notes, "The 1st sound you will hear is an explosion of the campfire coming alive with 1800's train and prairie lightning. 2nd has the sound of the whistle you hear for breakdown animal like smile after kissing shit in meantown. 3rd has the sound of the crumble horse and the unicorn man wearing the knife in his brow and his brag yell. 4th is the pipe and organ that made the Levitt kids sane when the snow began to melt."
Hide the gin, lock up your tractors and whatever you do, don’t uncross your legs, as the Antigen Internet Radio show heads to Westminster for a Bacchanalian orgy of sex, drugs and rock and roll.
Pole dancers, porn, cocaine or confused underage boys? Jason shares party tips for entertaining your local MP.
And, as Red Wall Conservatives are forced to choose between eating, heating and being racist, he counts the cost of Priti Patel’s new people-trafficking initiative. And we take a whistle-stop tour of welcoming Rwanda – 18 years without a genocide – to discover why it has become the migrant magnet of central Africa.
Trigger warning: this show contains descriptions of conduct in public office that some listeners may find offensive.
- Rully Shabara and Wukir Suryadi – Tanah
- Sealionwoman – Alleluia
- The Residents – Birthday Boy
- Renegade Soundwave – Cocaine Sex (Turbo Lust Mix)
- Lalalar – Abla Deme Lazim Olur
- De La Crau – Chaman
- Benefits – Flag
- Jeffrey & Jack Lewis – Moving
- The Good Ones – The Farmer
- Rosine Nyiranshimiyimana – Umwana W’umuhanda
- Sophie Nzayisenga – Iyambo (Royal Cows)
- Melt Banana – Shield for Your Eyes, a Beast in the Well on Your Hand
- Sand – May Rain
It isn’t easy to fill an hour and a half of dead air with insufferable wokeness every month. Self-appointed social justice warrior Jason gives listeners a break and plays some records for a change. Join him for a deep delve into the B section of his record collection, from Babes in Toyland to the Butthole Surfers. Relive the glory days of gonzo rock, before cancel culture came along and stopped people setting fire to themselves on stage. Find out why Big Stick were ahead of their time and which lead singer would eat the contents of an ashtray for a quid. Normal service resumes next month.
- Butthole Surfers - Cherub
- Baby Dee – The Earlie King
- Bonnie “Prince” Billy – No Bad News
- Big Black – Kerosene
- Big Stick – Shoot the President
- Big Star - Kangaroo
- Big Thief – Dandelion
- Bill Fay – Time of the Last Persecution
- Black Sabbath – War Pigs
- Bessie Jones, Hobart Smith and the Georgia Sea Island Singers – The Titanic
- Bombino – Tenere (The Desert, My Home)
- Baby Bird – Bad Shave
- The Beatles – Tomorrow Never Knows
- Bastard Kestrel – Pig Out
- The Birthday Party – Nick the Stripper
- The Bulgarian Voices (Angelite) & Moscow Art Trio with Huun-Huur-Tu – Dancing Voices
- The Bug – Poison Dart (feat. Warrior Queen)
- Beach Boys – Never Learn Not to Love
- The Breeders – Invisible Man
- Beastie Boys – Get It Together (feat. Q-Tip)
- Bruce Green, Tweedie Gibson and Clifton Green – Up in the Heaven Shouting
- Bob Dylan – Masters of War
- The Baptist Generals – Alcohol (Turn & Fall)
- Beck – Whiskeyclone Hotel City 1997
- The Blue Nile – Tinseltown in the Rain
- Babes in Toyland - Bluebell
- Barry Adamson – The Monkey Speaks His Mind
- Brigitte Bardot – Le Diable est Anglais
Was Ukraine asking for it, by flirting with NATO, like a filthy slut? Jason wonders why the hard right rejects the #MeToo metanarrative of Russian aggression. Are they confused over their sexual feelings towards Vladimir Putin? Perhaps Nigel Farage can help – he tells us what he won’t do for love.
And we examine the UK government’s response to the crisis, praising Priti Patel for saving Ukrainians from a life under an authoritarian regime. Find out the easiest way to tell a good oligarch from a bad oligarch. And discover how we can turn a humanitarian disaster into an opportunity to solve the UK’s post-Brexit pig overpopulation problem.
Plus, we welcome the return of two friends of the show. Find out how Matt Hancock was saved by love, and how dedication and hard work can turn even an exams failure into a knight of the realm.
- This Heat – 24 Track Loop
- Death Grips – Hacker
- MacGillivray – Border Darkness (Live at Colchester Arts Centre)
- VHS¥Death - Space Bankers See You, The End Is Near
- Cinder Well and Jim Ghedi - I Am a Youth That’s Inclined to Ramble
- Henry Salomon and His Orchestra – Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet
- Avalanche Kaito – Dabalomuni
- DakhaBrakha – Oy, u Kyevi
- Benefits – Meat Teeth
- Malcolm Middleton – We’re All Going to Die
- Leonard Nimoy – Ballad of Bilbo Baggins
It’s whine time ALL the time at Antigen Internet Radio, as Jason breaks out the Blue Nun to celebrate one year without being sacked from Ship Full of Bombs. Join him for a party mix packed with political poison and carelessly curated music from around the globe.
Expose your ears to the electronic sounds emanating from Kampala, with music from the Ugandan underground. Marvel at petri-dish culture minister Nadine Dorries, as she pushes eating an ostrich anus for cash further down the list of her top 10 most embarrassing TV moments. Shiver in silent dread, as we uncover the voice-activated killer lurking in 100 million homes. And frown at the brazen product placement for the new MacGillivray album, which came out on antigen records this week.
- La Roche – Liye Liye
- Lisa Germano – It’s Party Time
- Rudimentary Peni – Teenage Time Killer
- UKAEA – Vampire Moth
- MacGillivray – Dry My Hair, My Feet Are Clean
- Nihiloxica – Diggi Dagga
- Tony Gallardo – Plata O Plomo
- Rev Simpkins – John Henry’s Prayer (Live at Colchester Arts Centre)
- Mercury Rev – Chasing a Bee
- Nico – Frozen Warnings
- mclusky – Dethink to Survive
- Sun Kil Moon – UK Blues
- Nat King Cole – The Party’s Over