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After last week’s podcast saw artists stretching out the length of their tracks, this week’s sees some of the world’s most exciting independent artists consolidating into shorter tracks of delight. From the gabber of Lady Neptune, to the sound art of Chrome Hoof’s Chlöe Herrington, via the futuristic jazz of Polish five-piece EABS, there’s a lot to love in relatively small pieces. Elsewhere we have a masterful release from Kenyan sound artist KMRU, reissued proto Japanese funk, phenomenal metal-cum-psych of Friend, and much more Tracklisting Minoru “Hoodoo” Fushimi – In Praise of Mitochondria (180g, France) KMRU & Aho Ssan – Rebirth (Subtext Recordings, UK) EABS – Lucifer (The New Sun) (Astigmatic Records, UK) Friend – International Top Bloke (Human Worth, UK) Chlöe Herrington – Ajar (self-release, UK)  Lady Neptune – Time 2 Make U Feel Good (Night School, UK) C.V.E. – Thugs and Clips (Nyege Nyege Tapes, Uganda) Korubu – Roads (Locomotiv Records, Italy) Piezo – TB2 (with K-LONE) (Wisdom Teeth, UK) Oren Ambarchi, Johan Berthling, Andreas Weliin – IV (Drag City, USA) This week’s episode is sponsored by The state51 Conspiracy, a creative hub for music. Head to state51.com to find releases by JK Flesh vs Gnod, Steve Jansen, MrUnderwSood, Wire, Ghost Box, Lo Recordings, Subtext Records and many more Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston.
Exceptional long workouts on this week’s Independent Music Podcast coming at you from all over the musical spectrum. From ferocious Japanese space rock to twisted metal, to fire and brimstone spiritual jazz, there’s a lot to spend some good quality time with. On the shorter side, we have Maori recordings from the early 20th Century, ex-Black Dice/Lightning Bolt genre melder Hisham Akira Bharoocha’s Yokubari moniker, supreme reissued Israeli post-punk, lo-fi folk, and lots more. Tracklisting Dhidalah – Invader Summer (Guruguru Brain, Netherlands) Yokubari – Buki vs Buki (Chinabot, UK) Cerrero y la Marea – Lamento (Canta Lizeth Micolta) (Llorona Records, Colombia) Minimal Compact – Statik Dancin’ (Fortuna Records, Israel) Martha Maclaren – Jake (self-release, UK) GAF & The Love Supreme Arkestra – Fuego en el Cielo (Discrepant, UK / Keroxen, Spain / Foehn Records, Spain) Konvent – Harena (Napalm Records, Austria)  Dvanov – Функциональная музыка (Functional Music) (Cruel Nature Records, UK) William Basinski & Janek Schaefer – …On Reflection (One) (Temporary Residence Ltd., USA) Ana Hato – Waita Poi (Canary Records, USA) This week’s episode is sponsored by The state51 Conspiracy, a creative hub for music. Head to state51.com to find releases by JK Flesh vs Gnod, Steve Jansen, MrUnderwSood, Wire, Ghost Box, Lo Recordings, Subtext Records and many more Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston.
Tracklisting Amaria Hamadalher – Tarhanine (Sahel Sounds, USA) J. Zunz – Ráfaga (Rocket Recordings, UK) Cheb Terro vs DJ Die Soon – Underplanet (Drowned by Locals, Jordan) Alex Figueira – Aprende (Music With Soul, Netherlands) Otoboke Beaver – Dirty old fart is waiting for my reaction (ジジイ is waiting for my reaction) (Damnably, UK) Hatis Noit – Aura (Erased Tapes, UK) Dinheiro Infinito Revival – 138 BPM (40% Foda/Maneiríssimo, Brazil) The Bonk – Thick Lines on Thin Film (self-release, Ireland) 700 Bliss – Candace Parker feat Muqata’a (Hyperdub, UK) Anteloper – One Living Genius (International Anthem, USA)
We’re back after our week off and we kick off dub heavy, with thumping dubs of Global Switch followed-up with the 8-bit riddims of Robot Riddims. We have synth pop, gothic pop, avant-folk and a whole lot more. Tracklisting Global Switch – Dub Ridddem Arrange 1 (self-release, UK) Robot_Riddims – Warning feat. Rex Domino (self-release, UK) Širom – I Unveil a Peppercorn to See it Vanish (Glitterbeat, Germany) Fellsius – Jom (Trekkie Trax, Japan) Primitive Man – Cage Intimacy (Closed Casket Activities, USA) Bolis Pupul – Neon Buddha (DEEWEE, Belgium) Obijuan x Dylantheinfamous – Helviti (Bad Taste, UK) Töfie & Vorace – Gothyou (October Tone, France) Luke Mawdsley – Pomegranate Seeds in a Matchbox (Spine, UK) Quelle Chris – Alive Ain’t Always Living (Mello Music Group, USA) This week’s episode is sponsored by The state51 Conspiracy, a creative hub for music. Head to state51.com to find releases by JK Flesh vs Gnod, Steve Jansen, MrUnderwSood, Wire, Ghost Box, Lo Recordings, Subtext Records and many more Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston.
There's no new Independent Music Podcast this week, but we're filling that new music void with the first episode of Anthony's new Baba Yaga's Hut podcast, showcasing the artists he's bringing to London in the foreseeable future. Including plenty of podcast favourites old and new. Subscribe by searching 'baba yaga's hut' wherever you're listening to this. Tracklisting Melt-Banana - Candy Gun Gwenifer Raymond - Coal Train Down the Line Colin Stetson - Beyond the Brake Holy Scum - Everybody Takes, You just take more Chester Watson - Life Wrote Itself Stick in the Wheel - Weirds Broke It Party Dozen - The Iron Boot Suzanne Ciani - Music for Denali Jozef Van Wissem - The Cool Shade of Eternity Holy Family - Rainy Day in June Big Brave - Vital
We’re moving fairly uptempo this week. The opening refrain of piano music from 自主制作テクノ(ミヤタ) quickly gives way to blistering techno, and we have plenty of examples of high, obtuse BPM to rattle through a strong hour along with.It’s not all wildly uptempo though, we gave you the first taste of Lia Mice’s new record on Objects Limited way back in August, and we’ve got another for you now. We have gamelan music from the brilliant Ensemble Nist-Nah, the more contemplative side of Sote’s genius, and much more Tracklisting 自主制作テクノ(ミヤタ)- 旧市街  (self-release, Japan) Sote – Life (Sub Rosa Label, Belgium) Team GB – Cold Vacuum (Aeronema, Czechia) Golden Psalms – Eliza Talk (Here on In Records, UK) Pinkcourtesyphone – Drained by the Very Nearness (Room40, USA) Ensemble Nist-Nah – Geni / Tirta (Black Truffle, Australia) Ekhe – Yeh Yeh Yeh (Spooky Shit, UK) Lia Mice – Sweat Like Caramel (Objects Limited, UK) BFTT – Rezalemass (TT, UK) Roedelius & Story – Spirit Clock (Erased Tapes, UK) This week’s episode is sponsored by The state51 Conspiracy, a creative hub for music. Head to state51.com to find releases by JK Flesh vs Gnod, Steve Jansen, MrUnderwSood, Wire, Ghost Box, Lo Recordings, Subtext Records and many more Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston.
What a selection this is! We’re always happy with the selection of music we bring to each and every Independent Music Podcast, but there is something truly magical about this combination of tracks. There’s a whole lot of maximalism in small packages, from the very first track we have heavy jazz skronk combining with ferocious ‘punch a hole in your soul’ drumming of Australian duo Party Dozen. We follow that with the latest dance floor-friendly industrial body music of Barcelona duo Dame Area, whose Ondas Tribales record on Mannequin was one of our favourites of last year, and the follow-up is equally wonderful. Elsewhere we’ve got an introduction to Venezuela synthesiser pioneer Oksana Linde, and a more contemporary female footwork pioneer Jana Rush. We have Indonesian disco from Midnight Runners, a This is the Kit cover of Rachael Dadd, and so much more. Tracklisting Party Dozen – The Iron Boot (Temporary Residence Ltd., USA) Dame Area – Esto me Pertenece (Humo Internacional, Spain) Oksana Linde – Intromersión (Buh Records, Peru) Jana Rush – Don’t Want No Dick (Planet Mu, UK) Why Patterns – Wretched Makeshifts (Human Worth, UK) Midnight Runners – La Mama (Star Creature Universal Vibrations, USA) Will Glaser – Beginnings (Ubuntu Music, UK) Kate Stables, Rachael Dadd – Palaeontologist (Memphis Industries, UK) Count Jaakola – Keep It In the Ground (self-release, UK) Shit and Shine – SOCKTAGON (Riot Season, UK / The Garotte, USA) This week’s episode is sponsored by The state51 Conspiracy, a creative hub for music. Head to state51.com to find releases by JK Flesh vs Gnod, Steve Jansen, MrUnderwSood, Wire, Ghost Box, Lo Recordings, Subtext Records and many more Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston
Plenty of exceptional experimental workouts on this week’s Independent Music Podcast, starting off with a wild change of direction from Comité Hypnotisé, whose new record marks a wild change of direction from last year’s Dubs Pour Oh La La – one of our favourites from 2021. The new direction is equally magnificent though, drawing on a wide range of influences to create something great. Across the pod, we have minimal drones from China’s 梁奕源 Liang Yiyuan and an exclusive first play of the superlative OCH release on Rocket Recordings. We also have a healthy dose of acid – with the blistering track from Kharkiv artist Metadata, and the latest from Part Chimp drummer Drumm Chimp. Elsewhere, we have a cracking track from Nick Klein, raising money for the Red Cross in Ukraine, an always-welcome return from Solo Banton, a sublime avant folk masterpiece from Alison Cotton and more. Tracklisting Comité Hypnotisé – The Dragon Rider (Cortizona, Belgium) Better Dance – Backwards Dance (The state51 Conspiracy, UK) Nick Klein – Pfefferspray (iDEAL Recordings, Portugal) OCH – Bolid (Rocket Recordings, UK) Mungo’s Hi Fi ft Solo Banton – We Pulsating (Scotch Bonnet Records, UK) BLK JKS – Maiga Mali Mansa Musa (Glitterbeat, Germany) 梁奕源 Liang Yiyuan – 靈抽 Convulsions of the Spirit (WV Sorcerer Productions 巫唱片 , France) Alison Cotton – Violet May (Rocket Recordings, UK) Metadata – Just Tell Me True (Childsplay, UK) Drumm Chimp – See Saw (Wrong Speed Records, UK) This week’s episode is sponsored by The state51 Conspiracy, a creative hub for music. Head to state51.com to find releases by JK Flesh vs Gnod, Steve Jansen, MrUnderwSood, Wire, Ghost Box, Lo Recordings, Subtext Records and many more Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston.
We’re spending significant time in the northern hemisphere this week, starting off with legendary Afghan Ghazal singer Dr. Mohammad Sadiq Fitrat a.k.a. Nashenas, and moving swiftly into contemporary hypnotic Thai sounds from Mogambo. Trips to Sweden, Israel, and the UK follow, including the fabulous new recorder-led record from Laura Cannell, and surf-infused pop music from Armon בשחור לבן. We have more South Asian-influenced sounds from London’s Darama, whose debut EP tips a hat to UK funky and garage as well as Punjabi rhythms. We also have a stunning record from Sweden’s Shida Shahabi. We dip under the equator briefly for a wonderful set of field recordings from Rio de Janeiro’s Verónica Cerrotta. Elsewhere, there’s the cracking spoken word metronomic sounds of Reigns, heavy Canadian noise from BUÑUEL and much more. Tracklisting Nashenas – The Way I Love My Beloved (Strut Records, Germany) Mogambo – Urvi (उर्वी) (Siamese Twins Records, Thailand) Reigns – The Horder (Wrong Speed Records, UK) Verónica Cerrotta – IV (Pakapi Records, Argentina) Shida Shahabi – Alice (FatCat Records, UK) Armon ארמון – בשחור לבן (Kame’a Music, Israel) BUÑUEL – Hornets (Profound Lore, Canada) Laura Cannell – For the Gatherers (Brawl Records, UK) Fears – 16 (TULLE, UK) Darama – Vera (More Time, UK) This week’s episode is sponsored by The state51 Conspiracy, a creative hub for music. Head to state51.com to find releases by JK Flesh vs Gnod, Steve Jansen, MrUnderwSood, Wire, Ghost Box, Lo Recordings, Subtext Records and many more
A real trippy journey on this week’s Independent Music Podcast, where we take you on a wild ride through various interpretations of contemporary psychedelia. From the exquisite vapourware of Naomie Klaus, to the epic metronomic psych experiments of Turkey’s Anadol, via hypnotic ritual chanting from Cobracoral, there’s a whole middle section of this week’s podcast that’ll take you to strange, wonderful places. But we have plenty to shake you out of your stupor though, including Japanese footwork from CDR and riotous Belgian punk from eternal faves Cocaine Piss. We have jazz from Mourning [A] BLKstar, Ugandan grime from Ecko Bazz, lo-fi dance music from A’Bear, and much more. Tracklisting CDR – Footweek (Omoide Label, Japan) Mourning [A] BLKstar – 192.43 (self-release, USA) Naomie Klaus – Can You Tell Me What is Micronet (Bamboo Shows, France) Cobracoral – [Ta-Tu] (Lovers & Lollypops, Portugal) Ecko Bazz – Mmaso (Hakuna Kulala, Uganda) Cocaine Piss – Bad Kid Anadol – Gizli Duygular (Pingipung, Germany) A’Bear – 202020 (self-release, UK) Latarnik – Panna (Astigmatic Records, UK) The Utopia Strong – Shepherdess (Rocket Recordings, UK) This week’s episode is sponsored by The state51 Conspiracy, a creative hub for music. Head to state51.com to find releases by JK Flesh vs Gnod, Steve Jansen, MrUnderwSood, Wire, Ghost Box, Lo Recordings, Subtext Records and many more Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston.
Collaborations galore on this week’s Independent Music Podcast, and some true meeting of favourites old and new. Uruguay’s Lila Tirando a Violeta bringing a certified banger to the table alongside Ecuador’s Nicola Cruz, old favourite Clap! Clap! combining with percussionist and fellow Italian Domenico Candellori, Northampton grime MC FFSYTHO making a sweet return over a Glitch production, and the every global Tapes combining with recent favourite Nikolaienko, whose Nostalgia Por Mesozoica made it onto this podcast just a few weeks ago. The world has changed since a few weeks ago, and the Tapes meets Nikolaienko record is raising money for humanitarian organisation For Ukraine!, we also have Russian producer Dasha Rush’s track from a fantastic Ukrainian charity compilation on Sweden’s Northern Electronics. Money from that release goes to UNICEF Ukraine. Tracklisting Torozebu – Runaway (Black Acre, UK) Claire Rousay – Everything Perfect is Already Here (Shelter Press, France) FFSYTHO – Yeah Yeah (self-release, UK) BIPED – Silence (Avon Terror Corps, UK) Lila Tirando a Violeta & Nicola Cruz – Cuerpo Que Flota (N.A.A.F.I., Mexico) El Khat – La Sama (Glitterbeat Records, Germany) Dasha Rush – Mental Highway (Northern Electronics, Sweden) Chambre Claire – Les Bateaux (Z Tapes, France) Tak Kawakubo – Killing Time Himatsubushi (Z Tapes, France) Tapes meets Nikolaienko – Countryside Emergency (Porridge Bullet, Estonia) The Allegorist – Moving Forward (Awaken Chronicles, Germany) This week’s episode is sponsored by The state51 Conspiracy, a creative hub for music. Head to state51.com to find releases by JK Flesh vs Gnod, Steve Jansen, MrUnderwSood, Wire, Ghost Box, Lo Recordings, Subtext Records and many more Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston.
From tropicália to punk-fused grime via experimental soundtracks, folk, and abrasive punk rock, we take a real journey on this week’s Independent Music Podcast. We have the debut release from Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs side-project Rubber Oh, a stunning compilation of tracks from Ainu folk artist OKI on the ever-fantastic Mais Um, and the phenomenal new Commodo EP on Black Acre. Tracklisting Monopoly Child Star Searchers – Prince of Parrot Shooters 1 (Discrepant, UK) Commodo – Forester (Black Acre, UK) OKI – Kai Kai As To (Rippling Lake) (Mais Um, UK) Max Cooper – Exotic Contents (Mesh, UK) Erupt – Shinin’ Claymore (Static Shock Records, UK) Lucrecia Dalt – Venutian Offspring (Invada, UK) Eric Chenaux – Say Laura [abridged] (Murailles Music, France / Constellation Records, Canada) Khruangbin & Leon Bridges – B-Side (Dead Oceans, USA) Rubber Oh –  Nothing (Rocket Recordings, UK) Buen Clima – Bau House (Peach Discs, UK) This week’s episode is sponsored by The state51 Conspiracy, a creative hub for music. Head to state51.com to find releases by JK Flesh vs Gnod, Steve Jansen, MrUnderwSood, Wire, Ghost Box, Lo Recordings, Subtext Records and many more Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston.
Good things come to wait, and we’ve been waiting a long time for the debut LP from the long-standing collaboration between Switzerland’s Simon Grab and Togo’s Yao Bobby, whose new single is an abrasive slice of forward-thinking experimentation. We have another superb collaboration this week with the emergence of Congotronics International, a supergroup from the long-running Congotronics series on Crammed Discs. The new group, including Deerhoof, Juana Molina, Kasai Allstars, Konono No.1, Skeletons, and Wildbirds & Peacedrums, is as good as the sum of its parts. Elsewhere this week we have metal from Cannibal Corpse vocalist Corpsegrinder, goth drum and bass from VHS¥DEATH, a Russian doubleheader of grime from Champion Sound and techno from Wulffluw XCIV, modern classical from Noir et Blanc and much more. Tracklisting Corpsegrinder – On Wings of Carnage (Perseverance Media Group, USA) Congotronics International – Banza Banza (Crammed Discs, Belgium) VHS¥DEATH – Falsehood of Man (Dystopian Mix) (Cruel Nature Records, UK) Baron Saturday – 999 Deaths (self-release, UK) Wulffluw XCIV feat. Chrisman & Lord Spikeheart – No Escape (self-release, Russia) Scrounge – This Summer’s Been Lethal (Fierce Panda, UK) Noir et Blanc – [footsteps waltz] (4000 Records, Australia) Société Étrange – La Rue Principale de Grandif (Les Disques Bongo Joe, Switzerland) Champion Sound – Gunfinga (Nice Up! Records, UK) Yao Bobby & Simon Grab – Lekeo (LavaLava Records, UK) Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston. This week’s episode is sponsored by The state51 Conspiracy, a creative hub for music. Head to state51.com to find releases by JK Flesh vs Gnod, Steve Jansen, MrUnderwSood, Wire, Ghost Box, Lo Recordings, Subtext Records and many more
A whole lot of stunning, somewhat contemplative music on this week’s Independent Music Podcast, starting with the fabulous new release from former Zun Zun Egui member Yama Warashi, moving through operatic music from London techno label AD 93, and sublime musique concrete from Ukraine’s Nikolaienko. Elsewhere, there’s the semi-concept album from eternal pod favourites Gnod, the latest from the always surprising and mesmerising Lara Jones, grime from the legendary No Hats No Hoods label, elongated metal, elongated disco, and much more. Tracklisting Yama Warashi – Makkuroi Mizu (まっくろい水) (PRAH Recordings, UK) Gnod – Bad Apple (Rocket Recordings, UK) Wojciech Rusin – Speculum Veritatis feat. Eden Girma (AD 93, UK) Boëthius – 4Loko (Wannamarchi Club, UK) Lara Jones – Pillow (rework) (self-release, UK) Nikolaienko – Muzak For Mesozoic Showreel (feat. Arthur Mine) (Muscut, Ukraine) Absent in Body – The Acres/The Ache (Relapse Records, USA) Durrty Goodz – Barcode 9 Trainers (No Hats No Hoods, UK) Dälek – Decimation (Dis Nation) (Ipecac Recordings, USA) Man Power – Devil’s Island (Throne of Blood Recordings, USA) Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston. This week’s episode is sponsored by The state51 Conspiracy, a creative hub for music. Head to state51.com to find releases by JK Flesh vs Gnod, Steve Jansen, MrUnderwSood, Wire, Ghost Box, Lo Recordings, Subtext Records and many more
Maximum riffage bookending this week’s Independent Music Podcast with thrashing Esperanto-singing Tokyo punks Socio La Difekta getting us started and the epic Wild Rocket release on Riot Season closing us out. The filling in the riff sandwich is a wild journey of noise, from the hip-thrusting power of Nihiloxica-affiliated Hot in da Club to italo-disco delights of Bézier, through the cinematic epics of Portuguese duo Bezbog and folk sounds of Bella Union’s Modern Nature. We also have twisted takes on Lunar New Year music, Korean-mythology influenced jazz, Kenyan modern classical, and more. Tracklisting Socio La Difekta – Nur Unu Ekzisto (Beach Impediment Records, USA) Za! – Somos Todos (Gandula, Spain) Hot in da Club – Scary Synth (Spooky Shit, UK) Nyokabi Kariuki – Equator Song (SA Recordings, UK) Scrabbel – The Mischievous Dokkaebi (wiaiwya, UK) Bézier – Valencia (Dark Entries, USA) Bezbog – Salamandra (Favela Discos, Portugal) Modern Nature – Dunes (Bella Union, UK) Yip Yiu Kwan – 李白和你Rave (FINGERGAP, Hong Kong) Wild Rocket – Formless Abyss (Riot Season, UK) This week’s episode is sponsored by The state51 Conspiracy, a creative hub for music. Head to state51.com to find releases by JK Flesh vs Gnod, Steve Jansen, MrUnderwSood, Wire, Ghost Box, Lo Recordings, Subtext Records and many more Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston.
Exclusively exciting new music on this week’s podcast, with debut releases from Hidden Horse, Zyggurat and The Web of Lies all proving to be highlights. Even the olden sounds of Angkor in Cambodia have a contemporary freshness to them, as does the first long-player from the irrepressible Nik Colk Void. Elsewhere we have blistering electronics from Oyubi, a dub-infused new Lay Llamas record, and the first taste of the 2022 vintage of Swedish label Höga Nord’s singles club. Tracklisting Zyggurat – Nebula (self-release, UK) Oyubi – Report a Crash (Trekkie Trax, Japan) Hidden Horse – Túnel de Iniciação Sideral (Holuzam, Portugal) Angel-Ho – Traction (self-release, South Africa) The Web of Lies – Receiver (Wrong Speed Records, UK) Jesse Paul Miller – Buddhist Wat Call (Angkor) (self-release, USA) Lay Llamas – Circular Time (Black Sweat, Italy) Soft-Bodied Humans x Swordman Kitala – Bagan (Phantom Limb, UK) Nik Colk Void – Interruption is Good (Editions Mego, Austria) Crash Override – Tukan (Höga Nord Rekords, Sweden) This week’s episode is sponsored by The state51 Conspiracy, a creative hub for music. Head to state51.com to find releases by JK Flesh vs Gnod, Steve Jansen, MrUnderwSood, Wire, Ghost Box, Lo Recordings, Subtext Records and many more Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston
Hip-shakers galore on this week’s podcast, especially with the new releases from DJ Hank, Bonobo, and the irrepressible Zombie Zombie. They are interspersed amongst immense music from Yugen Blakrok, experimental sounds from Jakarta’s Uwalmassa, and stunning sounds from Tortoise’s Jeff Parker. Elsewhere, we have skronky call-and-response between Patrick Shiroishi and Jeff Tobias, Thai production from Surin Phaksiri and Chomsawai Saentawisok and more. Tracklisting Yugen Blakrok – Pedestal (I.O.T. Records, France) Zombie Zombie – Nusquam et Ubique (Born Bad Records, France) Uwalmassa – Majuh (Divisi62, Indonesia / Mana Records, UK) Lou Hill – Hits (self-release, UK) Chomsawai Saentawisok – Lam Phloen Call Me Please ショームサワイ・セーンタウィースック「ラム・プルーン わたしを指名して下さい」(EM Records, Japan) Jacken Elswyth – Set Up (Fractal Meat Cuts, UK) Bonobo – Otomo (feat. O’Flynn) (Ninja Tune, UK) Jeff Parker – Four Folks (International Anthem, USA) Patrick Shiroishi & Jeff Tobias – A2 (Topos Press, USA) DJ Hank – Stay (Hyperdub, UK) Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston. This week’s episode is sponsored by The state51 Conspiracy, a creative hub for music. Head to state51.com to find releases by JK Flesh vs Gnod, Steve Jansen, MrUnderwSood, Wire, Ghost Box, Lo Recordings, Subtext Records and many more
What a start to 2022! Ten new tracks for you that are extraordinary in their variety and invention. From the opening track from Alex Silva and the enigmatic music of Tony Gallardo, through to a blistering collaboration between Slikback and Giant Swan, which is as good as you’d dare to hope from two of electronic music’s great trailblazers. Elsewhere, we have sublime Finnish jazz from Koma Saxo and Fire! Orchestra’s Sofia Jernberg, the disco-fused latest from YĪN YĪN, metal from Kurokuma, modern classical, UK funky and more. Tracklisting Alex Silva – Wordl (Hidden Mantra, UK) Tony Gallardo – Plata O Plomo (Hakuna Kulala, Uganda) Koma Saxo with Sofia Jernberg – Koma Kaprifol (We Jazz Records, Finland) YĪN YĪN – Nautilus (Glitterbeat Records, Germany) Kurokuma – Jaguar (self-release, UK) Melaine Dalibert – Shimmering (Ici d’ailleurs, France) Uzu Noir – Jx-Q (self-release, Finland) Tom Blip – Kickdrums!!! (More Time, UK) Slikback x Giant Swan – Tyranid (self-release, Kenya) Rilla – Isn’s (Svbkvlt, China) Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston. This week’s episode is sponsored by The state51 Conspiracy, a creative hub for music. Head to state51.com to find releases by JK Flesh vs Gnod, Steve Jansen, MrUnderwSood, Wire, Ghost Box, Lo Recordings, Subtext Records and many more
We're off for a couple of weeks, so we're delving into our archives for you. This week we've got this cracker of a favourites compilation from 2018. Even though we sit here having played music from 390 releases this year, we feel a bit uneasy producing a ‘best of’ 2018 when there’s still so much great music we haven’t heard. But from what we have heard there are so many highlights to cram into three shows of favourites. This first one gets us going with the blistering track from Sophie’s phenomenal Oil of Every Pearl’s Uninsides LP on Transgressive. Across the first ten tracks we take in a third play from the 700 Bliss cassette, Anna von Hausswolff’s sublime LP, middle eastern techno, Kenya glitches, a track from a ballet and a lot more. More great highlights coming next week… just don’t call it a best of. Tracklisting Sophie – Ponyboy (Transgressive Records, UK) 700 Bliss – Cosmic Slop (Halcyon Veil, USA / Don Giovanni Records, USA) Colin Stetson – Fallout (Anacapamusic, USA) Jlin – The Abyss of Doubt (Planet Mu, UK) Anna von Hausswolff – The Mysterious Vanishing of Electra (City Slang, Germany) Ko Shin Moon & Simple Symmetry – Halay (Cornelius Doctor Lonley Mix) (Hard Fist, France) Lucrecia Dalt – Tar (RVNG Intl, USA) Slikback – Bantu Zen (Hakuna Kulala, Uganda) Gazelle Twin – Better in My Day (Anti-Ghost Moon Ray, UK) WaqWaq Kingdom – Ceremony of Vision (Jahtari, Germany)
We're off for a couple of weeks, so we're delving into our archives for you. This week we've got this cracker of a favourites compilation from 2017.  The first of our three part ‘best of 2017’ showcases some of our favourite tunes from the year. This week we have the 7″ stunner from Idris Ackamoor, the digital dubs of Roger Robinson and Disrupt, hip hop from Ill Camille, the best track from Gnod’s mouthful of an LP – JUST SAY NO TO THE PSYCHO RIGHT​-​WING CAPITALIST FASCIST INDUSTRIAL DEATH MACHINE – Russian punks Mirrored Lips and a load more Tracklisting Idris Ackamoor & the Pyramids – Tinoge Ya Ta’a Ba, Pt. 1 & 2 (feat Guy One) (Philophon Records, Germany) Ill Camille – Black Gold (Jakarta Records, Germany) Gnod – Real Man (Rocket Recordings, UK) Group Doueh & Cheveu – Bord de Mer (Born Bad Records, France) Roger Robinson & Disrupt – Bun Bun Bun (Jahtari Records, Germany) Pessimist – Peter Hitchens (Blackest Ever Black, UK) Mirrored Lips – Дорогой Хороший (Alakir, Israel) Mahatma X – Mahatma and the White Devil (Home Assembly Music, UK) Part Chimp – Mapolean (Rock Action Records, UK) Hampshire & Foat – Galaxies Like Grains of Sand (Athens of the North, UK)
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