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Baker's Dozen

Untidy Selections: Mr. Scruff's Favourite Albums
The Quietus , May 8th, 2014 06:49

Ahead of his new album, Friendly Bacteria, out on Ninja Tune this month, the tea-loving master of the marathon DJ set pens us his own Baker's Dozen, picking the top 13 records out of his crate

Photograph courtesy of Shaun Bloodworth

This Baker's Dozen is a selection of all-time favourites that have been very influential. They are all classic albums in their own right, and the way that I came to hear them caused them to become important musical milestones, either as a doorway into another musical world, or just solid albums that I always come back to.

Friendly Bacteria is released on May 19 via Ninja Tune, with Mr. Scruff heading on tour in advance, beginning tomorrow, May 9, at Southport Weekender 50; head here for full details. He'll also be headlining a special one-day takeover of the Roundhouse in London on May 31, joined by Portico Quartet, Fatima & The Eglo Live Band, Matthew Halsall Trio and more. Click on his image below to begin scrolling though Mr. Scruff's choices

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