1. John Baker, ‘Time And Tune’, Music From The BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Sharing a different, but also wonderful, Baker track here, stream the show for the above-listed track…
2. The International Nothing (…and something), ‘Lokale Gebrauche’, The Power of Negative Thinking
A live rendition…
3. Chris Abrahams, ‘1 Liter Cold Laptop’, Fluid to the Influence
Here, a very different, but […]
Kostis Kilymis brings us a strange pair of tracks on the Crystal Drops 7″. The first is a rhythmic set of analogue electronic patterns, while the second starts similarly, but quickly ascends to some carefully mixed, though seemingly otherwise unaltered, fields. Both are refreshingly poignant and purposeful.
The opening ‘Crystal Drops’ is in a style becoming increasingly fashionable […]
It was not without some excitement that I found Francisco Meirino’s newest solo album on Misanthropic Agenda, the home of several of his previous collaborative works. Something has long set Meirino apart from a host of other artists with similarly demanding and prolific output. Always the audio polyglot, this album fully displays his revocation of auditory puritanism. […]
Apologies as the station seems to be having technical issues with our archives, so the podcast is (hopefully only) temporarily unavailable.
1 – Matt Krefting – ‘Tiger’s Owl’ – Lymph Est – United States, 2014
Music that will make you feel like the curled up cat adorning the album’s cover.
2 – Ala Vjiior – Untitled – Detours […]
There was some sort of cohesive methodology behind the selection of works for tonight’s show, though I can’t really figure out what it was. Call it intuition.
Some of these notes have run into mini-review length, apologies for a lack of brevity…
1 – The Dadacomputer – ‘Missile Logic T’ – The Dadacomputer – United Kingdom, 1981