The Arts and Recreation theme tune is an instrumental version of 'The Second Line' featuring Talib Kweli, off David's latest album 'Faces'.


In his podcast Arts and Recreation with David Lyttle, the Northern Irish musician hangs out with interesting people from the arts world, armed with his tape recorder, an inquisitive mind and the occasional desire for some recreational activities. Check out his popular episodes on Banksy and Hunter S. Thompson, and his 'Tapes From China' specials.
In the final edition of Tapes From China, David premieres his new track 'Summer Always Passes', and reflects on his time in the Orient.
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