Paul Thomson Top 5

April 13, 2011 at 12:17 pm Leave a comment

Paul Thomson plays the drums in some of Glasgow’s finest bands, Franz Ferdinand, Correcto and The Yummy Fur.  In addition to this, he runs a record label, presents a radio show,  DJs around the world and is a self confessed music junkie.  We know that living in Edinburgh and Glasgow can cause certain addictions, but this man has a serious habit.

The synopsis of his fortnightly radio show ‘They’re only records Paul’ on Glasgow’s Sub City FM, is likened to a to a loser’s lonely hearts ad : ‘Anally retentive record nerd seeks listeners, likes Punk Rock, D*I*Y, House musik, Latin, Afro, Exotican and Glam. Interested parties should tune in”.

His radio shows and DJ sets  have shown us just how varied and spot on his obsession is, and in turn we too became obsessed, and after witnessing him play a roof raising set with Hung up and Say Yes Resident Nadia Ksaiba in Glasgow, we managed to pin him down for a DJ at Say Yes.  This time he joins In Flagranti and our residents for a Friday Bank Holiday Rager.


Here is is current Top 5



Outlander – Vamp (Prins Thomas Diskomiks) (R&S)




Factory Floor – Real Love (Optimo Music)
Ramadanman & Appleblim – Void 23 (Carl Craig Re-Edit) (Aus)
Mike Dunn pres MD III – Personal Problem (Clone Classics)
Daniel Maloso – Caracol (Comeme)




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