This show starts off with a bit of a dubstep vibe, before delving into the more abstract, techno and occasionally dark side of things. Features some excellent sampling of Deckard Cain from the game Diablo, which always wins points with me.
Catching up with posting latest shows…
A little less from the dark side this time and show 39 kicks off with a bit of of samba (no, really), before moving through IDM, electronica, ‘low-fi synthpop’ and even a touch of breakcore. One glitch track was almost picked on the grounds of its title alone, but not quite. There is some obligatory techno, as ever.
This week’s show starts off with some electronica and IDM before heading into techno territory and then getting a bit more abstract and ambient. Mostly new releases, including one from Wizards Tell Lies, where you can hear some guy called John Lunny on the saxophone (and it was a lot of fun to see it all come together). Keen listeners will hear some extra ‘Hudson’ from Aliens at the start of the show. Thanks, Bill.
This week’s show delves into the light and darker sides of electronica, glitch, beats and IDM from around the world. Most of them are new releases, and while there are a few labels in there, most of them are self-published.
After a pretty noisy show last time, this one starts off a bit more on the deep house side, before going through ambient, IDM, electronica and a dash of techno.
Tim Jackman – Smaragd
MRMVN – K3rn3l
Oudeis – Igneous flash
Meat Katie & Ben Coda – Just Quiet
Silikat – 2Pad (Hetan Remix)
Ariadne’s Labyrinth – Music Machine
PRCA – Detached Enlightenment and the Killing Machine
Shkedul – ID91
Glenn Wilson – Boot Up Protocol
Entaclishus – Memoria
Heskinradiophonic – Little England
This week’s show started off with a lovely new release from Lawrence Made Me Cry (aka Jo Whitby) on the vocal & electronica side of things, before moving through some smooth beats, bassy notes and abstract noises.