A Dad’s place for records, nonsense and things.
Mind Shed is a music podcast-come-diary presented by new dad Rob Morgan-Hulme. Join me each week as we explore a different corner of music, the internet and life.
Function Room Party
It’s the Season 1 finale, so lets hire out a function room at the back of a pub and have a dance, shall we? I’m DJ’ing and I’ve bought a nice bag of disco, soul, funk and new wave. Family friendly dance delights for all.
The Vast Majority ‘Kong’s Back in Town’
CASSOWARY ‘She Funked Me’
Solat ‘Change the World’
Chairmen of the Board ‘Skin I’m In’
Lilith ‘Funky Tale’
Slade ‘Slam the Hammer Down’
Spectral Display ‘It Takes a Muscle to Fall In Love’
The Devvons ‘Tell Me’
Soulpersona & Princess Freesia ‘Where Do I Go From Here’
Lee Moses ‘Got That Will’
The McRib Rule
Rob’s looking back at the art of looking back, popping nostalgic under a microscope with the rose tinted filter removed. Music choices tap into common lyrical themes of looking back to the good times and sounds that unlock the gate to the garden we all yearn to return to.
Washed Out ‘Feel It All Around’
Cyndi Lauper ‘Goonies R Good Enough
’Hailey Whitters ‘The Days’
Wild Nothing ‘Paradise’
Radio Dept. ‘1995’
The Rhythm Method ‘Party Politics’
Peel Dream Magazine ‘Pill’
The Lemon Twigs ‘The One’
RA The Rugged Man ‘Golden Oldies (feat. Slug of Atmosphere and Eamon)’
This week Rob focuses on that rarest of lusted after gems SUCCESS, how do you identify it and how can you get it? We look at bands who could’ve had but had it snatched away, artists who were never going to and acts who will have their day in the sun soon.
Michael Rault ‘Suckcess’
Moby Grape ‘Omaha’
Morgen ‘Of Dreams’
Linda Perhacs ‘Chimacum Rain’
Bobb Trimble ‘Angel Eyes’
Chris Bell ‘I Am The Cosmos’
Jai Paul ‘BTSU (edit)’
Palladium ‘High 5’
Milky Onions ‘Winner’
Laika’s Orbit ‘Lucky Ones’
Trey Gruber ‘Sister Say'
It’s all big danceable bangers this week with 10 tunes from the 60s to today designed with dancing in mind. In an episode where Rob imagines a TikTok which takes in New Orleans Bounce, Northern Soul, Ghanian Funk, Disco, Hip Hop and Jungle.
Quelle Chris & Chris Keys ‘Bottle Black Power BUY THE BUSINESS’
Willie Henderson ‘The Dance Master’
Lamont Butler ‘Ungodly War’
Starfire ‘Super Sensuous Woman’
Joe Blakk ‘It Ain't Where Ya From’
Posion Chang ‘Shot Fe Bust (Marvellous Cain Remix)’
Herb Lee, Carrie Mims & White River Junction ‘I'm Gonna Get You (Meeow) [Serge Gamesbourg Edit]’
Gyedu-Blay Ambolley ‘Highlife’
Cleo Sol ‘Young Love’
Rob evokes the spirit of the pub with touching tributes and meditations to put your mind back in the Public House. With a guest sound piece from comedian and musician Rob Allender, this week’s Mind Shed is the closest you can get into these beer palaces without causing a crime.
This week’s music is scientifically designed to take you emotionally and spirally back to the drinkers church… punk, folk, pub rock, glam and that good stuff.
Richard and Linda Thompson ‘I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight’
Music City ‘Pretty Feelings’
Chubby and the Gang ‘Speed Kills’
Robin Allender ‘The Pub of Unknowing’
Citizen Bravo & Raymond MacDonald 'Pickle Your Knees (feat. Karine Polwart)’
Luke Gibson ‘Another Perfect Day’
Eggs Over Easy ‘Party Party’
Anne Briggs 'Willie O Winsbury (feat. Johnny Moynihan)’
Ronnie Lane ‘One For the Road'
The New Eclectic Dad
Unpicking today’s Dad Rock Dad aka The New Eclectic Dad. Don’t worry it’s nice and reductive and easy to dissect as the classic rock tastes of their ancestors. Rob scientifically explores the pillars of what makes up this rather simple man with choice modern examples and future Father’s Day compilation standards.
Music Band ‘Over & Over
Caribou ‘You & I
’Piper ‘Hot Sand’
Sleaford Mods 'Tiswas'
John Moreland ‘I’m Learning To Tell Myself the Truth’
Little Simz 'Venom'
The Cribs ‘Mirror Kissers’
Bishop Nehru ‘Meathead’ feat. MF DOOM
Horse Lords ‘Against Gravity’
Dougie Poole ‘Vaping on the Job’
Customer ReviewsSee All
Really great concept. Cracking music and good chat. Would listen again.
Amazing. Gold Plated. Vanden plas.