This set is informed by a diverse range of new sounds. Featuring: Melody’s Echo Chamber, zen beats from Mndsgn, new Richard D James, old Richard D James, The Micronaut, Bostro Pesope remixing Argy, more from Grouper, and unreleased now-released Burial. Thanks for listening.
This episode is colored by many shades of Future Music and features some new tunes from Erlend Øye, Andy Stott, Christopher Willits, Lars Leonhard, Gui Borratto and Vittoria Fleet. We also drop some archived material from Laika, Shinichi Atobe, and The Orb. Add some sonic color to the week and enjoy!
The season’s new release schedule continues to produce terrific listens, and we’ve included a number of fresh tracks in this episode. The mix features new music from the Delsin label, courtesy of Herva, the latest gem from Ludique, new beats from Redinho’s debut LP, stripped down beauty from Grouper, more from FlyLo’s album “You’re Dead,” a new direction from Andy Stott, the return of 2562, and the barely there sounds of Stephan Mathieu and Chihei Hatakeyama. Enjoy!
Our latest episode continues to explore the outer limits of Future Music and features new music from Moiré, the return of Flying Lotus, Thom Yorke and his “Truth Ray,” “Inner Landscapes” from Martin Nonstatic, more from Aphex Twin’s “Syro,” new sounds from Dark0, some gorgeous minimalism from John Cage, and the latest opus from Bvdub.
It’s an episode loaded with new releases: Flying Lotus teams up with Kendrick Lamar on a new single, SBTRKT arrives with a new album, The Radio Dept. want “Death to Fascism,” The Juan MacLean return with some stunning future pop, Midland and Huxley bring the beat on Aus Music, Alma Construct drop their debut EP for R&S Records, Mochipet officiates the “Pokemon Wedding,” and there is also some music by that guy Aphex Twin. Thanks for listening.