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Sunday, 5th of July, 2015

Playlist 05.07.15 (9:07 pm)

The bulk of tonight's show was be taken up with a massive special on the music of Dominick Fernow aka Prurient aka Vatican Shadow (etc).

LISTEN AGAIN for crushing frequencies, explosive beats, mangled wails and gorgeous orchestrations – podcast here, streaming on demand over there.

We start, though, with something also nice and dark from Sydney-resident NZ expats Kompost. They've been trickling tracks out one by one on Bandcamp for some time, often played on this show, but it's been a while between tracks so it's very nice to have them back.

World's End Girlfriend's label Virgin Babylon Records is one of the most exciting new labels to come out of Japan in a while – pretty much everything he releases is awesome, and it reflects the eclectic nature of his own music, from glitch to breakcore to idm to postrock to psych rock to post-classical, the list goes on. This recent release is a split between WEG himself and the utterly brilliant Vampillia. It's made up of four vocal tracks and four instrumental versions, although they're fairly radical remixes rather than just the originals with vocals removed. I like the vocals plenty, but I really like how WEG notches up the beats and effects, AND brings up the strings at the end of this one.

Instead of playing a Vampillia track from that split release, I played two from an INSANELY great collaborative EP they just put out with none other than inveterate collaborators the body, who we've heard of late with fellow metallers (probably sludge/doom more than black) Thou and before that with sound/beat designer of the moment The Haxan Cloak. This collaboration seems to see the body taking electronic production tips from the latter collaboration, but for all we know all that is Vampillia. Electronic beats & bass rub up against Vampillia's piano & violin, operatic vocals & soundscapes as well as metal riffing and black metal screaming. Everything's there…

A lot of that is there, in varying levels of lo & hi-fi, in the music of Dominick Fernow, as Prurient, Vatican Shadow, Exploring Jezebel and others. As Prurient he's been one of the biggest stars in the noise / power electronics scene since the early 2000s, combining black metal-influenced screaming with extreme frequencies and volumes across a multitude of cassette, CD & vinyl releases. The sound evolved from its rawest beginnings to incorporate sophisticated sample & tape manipulation and every sort of electronics, and around 2011 started to display influences from techno, '90s electronica, even '80s synth-pop as well – and around that year Vatican Shadow emerged as another alias to house the cyclical, beat-oriented works. There's a clear tribute to Muslimgauze in these works – evident from the titles – along with earlyish Autechre and more, and on the whole the noise takes a back seat (although it's never anything less than dark).
I hardly made a dent into Fernow's back catalogue – there are plenty of other aliases that were missed, and really early (on the whole noisier) releases which I either didn't have or didn't have time for, in amongst it all. But we did hear from the amazing cassette-only collaboration with the great Burning Star Core (one of my musical heroes), and also the split and semi-collaborative release (see the mashup remix) with another musical hero JK Flesh, the latter of which was the final ever release on the incredible Hydra Head Records. Fernow's own Hospital Productions continues to release other artists as well as his own projects, and Prurient finds himself now on Profound Lore, the brilliant metal label which have taken on a lot of Hydra Head's more experimental artists. Vatican Shadow, on the other hand, of late finds itself on Modern Love, the Boomkat-related label that's home to Andy Stott & others, quite a fitting home for his electronica/techno project.

Kompost – Komposition E [Kompost Bandcamp]
world's end girlfriend – 春日狂想 (Instrumental) [Virgin Babylon Records]
Vampillia + the body – cold bark bite [Vampillia Bandcamp]
Vampillia + the body – chikatilo [Vampillia Bandcamp]
Prurient – Greenpoint [Profound Lore]
Prurient & Kevin Drumm – On This Slab [Hospital Productions]
Prurient – Subject [No Fun Productions]
Prurient – Dog Of Addiction [Hospital Productions]
Burning Star Core/Prurient – Wheel Of Fortune [Hospital Productions]
Burning Star Core/Prurient – Confiscation (under talking) [Hospital Productions]
Prurient – Let's Make A Slave [Hydra Head Records]
Prurient – Time's Arrow (Unsolved) [Hydra Head Records]
Vatican Shadow – Chopper Crash Marines' Names Released [Hospital Productions]
Prurient – I Understand You [Hydra Head Records/Daymare]
JK Flesh – JK Flesh Merges Prurient [Hydra Head Records/Daymare]
Vatican Shadow – Jet Fumes Over The Reflecting Pool [Hospital Productions]
Vatican Shadow – Koresh Lamb [Modern Love]
Vatican Shadow – Living On And Off At The Shadow Motel [Modern Love]
Prurient – Shoulders Of Summerstones [Profound Lore]

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Sunday, 28th of June, 2015

Playlist 28.06.15 (9:06 pm)

Gidday! Nice mixture of stuff, lots of electronic sounds tonight but not exclusively!

LISTEN AGAIN for the sheer pleasure of it all. Podcast here, stream on demand over there.

Starting with the wonderful new Jenny Hval album, couple more tracks after a bit of a special on this extraordinary artist last week.

Second cab off the rank is a new Perth postrock group called Original Past Life, featuring Adam Trainer of Gilded, Radarmaker (whose Warwick Hall joins him here) et al. Looking forward to the whole album!

I played a couple of new Björk remixes last week, and part two of the Vulnicura remixes is out this week. The one that stood out is from the guy whose mixing magic is all over the album – and co-production on a couple of tracks too – The Haxan Cloak. It's heavy too!

It's been great seeing Sydney trio Black Vanilla getting a bit of international attention on the music blogs of late – FACT Mag featured this new single, and it is as they say rather ominous – everything they do is pretty dark, and pretty dank lol. The production is never not top-notch, heavy but sparse grooves, couldn't-give-a-fuck vocals.

Melbourne's I'lls are a pretty different proposion – dancefloor-oriented indietronica. Their first couple of EPs were much more on the "indie" side, although very electronically-mediated. More recently they've slid over to the other side, very 2step/uk garage-sounding production, with modular synthesis to the fore in the live setting, but still with the indie-inflected vocals and songwriting. Whole new EP coming soon.

Back to Sydney, Bushranger is a new project from Sydney's Eli Murray aka Gentleforce. Released on Australian label Built Environment, it bridges field recordings and ambient techno in interesting ways – a really great listen, as is everything Eli does.

Next up, a fascinating collaboration between Italian sound artist, spoken word artist & singer Alessandro Bosetti & Sydney's own pianist Chris Abrahams. Piano meanders around fidgety, glitchy ambient textures, or shadows spoken texts, while sung vocals often haunt the background. It's beautiful, immersive stuff, highly recommended.

Back in 1995, as legend has it, there was a malfunctioning (or at least noisy) fridge in an Austrian house and inspired the duo of General Magic along with Pita to sample and process it into a bunch of ambient & techno tracks – and thus was the legendary glitch label Mego born. These early releases actually don't have a lot of the granular processing, micro-sampling and clicks & cuts that would characterise the sound, but they're still part of that continuum – and it's exciting that Editions Mego (as they are now, run by Pita's Peter Rehberg) have re-released a collection of all the original tracks, on vinyl and digital.

Michel Banabila's latest EP sees him returning to rhythmic sampled vocals, with a pan-world music feel. In some ways it could be a throwback to the '90s ethnomusicology of Deep Forest or something – or even Jean-Michel Jarre's strange, groundbreaking Zoolook, but it has enough of a contemporary sheen to set it apart, particularly with the glitchy vocal interruptions. Calming dubby grooves and lovely disembodied vocals make for great travelling music (even if you're sitting on your sofa travelling in your head).

Frequent Banabila collaborator Machinefabriek is the first artist to appear off Hibernate Records' Dayalu / for Nepal, which raised an impressive amount of money in its pre-order phase for the Nepal disaster. It's a 2CD set full of beautiful ambient, drone and electronic sounds, highly recommended for its music let alone the worth cause. Machinefabriek contributed a number of 1-minute pieces, scattered throughout. We also heard some gorgeous glitchy piano from Caught In The Wake Forever, ambient electronica from idm legend Arovane, and some ambient piano-and-drums from Mute Forest feat. Matthew Herron.

Next up, the processed guitar and tenor/baritone ukulele(!) of Kevin Hufnagel, best known as a prog/metal guitarist in bands like Dysrhythmia and for his much more folky, sometimes almost classical ukulele & guitar-based solo works. His new album Kleines Biest is a bit of a change of direction, still featuring those instruments, but consistently chopped and processed in his computer to create new forms – from contemplative ambient work to more frenetic cut-ups and layers of distorted riffs at points. Cool stuff.

Finally, a new collaboration from Sontag Shogun's Jeremy Young and celebrated cellist & multi-instrumentalist drone-folk artist Aaron Martin. Released on Chihei Hatekayama's White Paddy Mountain, it's a gorgeous set of tape-looped piano, cello and drones.

Jenny Hval – That Battle Is Over / White Underground [Sacred Bones Records]
Original Past Life – Times of Ceylon [Original Past Life Bandcamp]
Björk – mouth mantra (the haxan cloak remix) [One Little Indian]
Black Vanilla – Slug [Black Vanilla SoundCloud]
I'lls – Keep [Solitaire Recordings]
Bushranger – Dry Creek Bed [Built Environment]
Bushranger – The Billabong Speaks [Built Environment]
Alessandro Bosetti & Chris Abrahams – La Nourriture [Unsounds]
Alessandro Bosetti & Chris Abrahams – Eye [Unsounds]
General Magic & Pita – Theme Fridge [Mego]
General Magic & Pita – Dope Fridge [Mego]
General Magic & Pita – Shuffle Fridge [Mego]
Michel Banabila – Tortoise [Banabila Bandcamp]
Michel Banabila – Field Trip [Banabila Bandcamp]
Machinefabriek – Minuut 5 [Hibernate]
Caught In The Wake Forever – Station Middle [Hibernate]
Machinefabriek – Minuut 8 [Hibernate]
Arovane – Flueplay for Nepal [Hibernate]
Mute Forest feat. Matthew Herron – Amid River Sounds [Hibernate]
Kevin Hufnagel – Súton [Kevin Hufnagel Bandcamp]
Kevin Hufnagel – Rain Visions [Kevin Hufnagel Bandcamp]
Kevin Hufnagel – Shallow Beds [Kevin Hufnagel Bandcamp]
Jeremy Young & Aaron Martin – A Pulse Passes From Hand To Hand III [White Paddy Mountain]

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Sunday, 21st of June, 2015

Playlist 21.06.15 (9:09 pm)

UtiLADY Fog again tonight, all-woman lineup of awesome music from around the world.

Starting tonight's all-female special with one of the most important musicians of the last 2-3 decades, Björk. Her wonderful, harrowing, touching album vulnicura will be among the best albums of the year by a long shot, and it's a brave artist who takes on the task of remixing any of the very personal tracks from the album. The first crop of four remixers appropriately features two women, and I started with one, electronic vocal manipulator Katie Gately, who we heard a few months ago(?) with her split 12" on Fat Cat. Vocal manipulation is the name of the game here, maximalist electronic-mediated orchestrations. Dutch techno artist Krampfhaft rebuilds the song from the ground up into something full of soft movement.

English composer Emily Hall is the first new signing to Icelandic label/collective Bedroom Community in quite some years. In a connection with our previous artist, the work on her new album Folie Á Deux is a collaboration with Icelandic author and frequent Björk collaborator Sjón. It also features electronics from Mira Calix, and vocals from Sofia Jernberg and Allan Clayton, along with a specially-made instrument called the electro-magnetic harp. Classical crossover stuff is very much the Bedroom Community vibe, and it's lovely stuff.

Experimental synth/noise artist Alex Barnett has been associated with Mamiffer's Faith Coloccia since her early days in the experimental group Everlovely Lightningheart, and they've now released two albums of very dark electronic investigations as BARNETT + COLOCCIA. We started with a track that almost emulates techno of the post-industrial sort favoured by labels like Blackest Ever Black and Opal Tapes, but most of their stuff is more in the ambient-noise-drone vein, with spectral vocals sometimes hovering in the background. I played a track from Mamiffer's album Status Nascendi from last year as a bit of a guide to the other stuff Coloccia has done.

Earlier this month I was lucky enough to pop into Paris on the way home from a brief UK tour, and I got to see an amazing gig with Liturgy at the tiny Espace B. But at least as much impact was made by the support, fellow Thrill Jockey artist Haley Fohr aka Circuit des Yeux, who performed with a 12 string guitar, chorus, delay and distortion, producing an incredible baritone from behind a very long fringe. On record there's a lot more to the arrangements than chiming, beautifully played 12 string, and while her astonishing voice is central to her art, it's also absent a lot of the time, with the adventurous arrangements & production (or hypnotically riffing guitar) allowed to tease out their own meanings.

Sydney artist Astrid Zeman plays live on various instruments with loop pedal and vocals – she's a quite frequent performer around Sydney at the moment – but her recent demos are seeing her production develop with layers of guitars, vocals and piano along with various effects. Hopefully recent tracks will be collected into an EP soon.

It's impossible to downplay the impact that Jenny Hval's first album under her own name, viscera, had on me when it came out in 2011. I'd heard of her previous project Rockettothesky, as she'd been resident in Melbourne for a few years doing postgraduate study, but this album came into my radar as it was released on the legendary Norwegian label Rune Grammofon and featured musicians from the fertile Norwegian experimental jazz/noise scene including production from Helge Sten aka Deathprod. The vision is all Jenny's though, and frankly the musical arrangements too. You can hear her musical and lyrical themes going back through that Rockettothesky material and forward through her work since, poetic and personal explorations of female sexuality, "visceral" indeed yet also academic… and beautifully melodic yet also deeply challenging musically. It's uncompromising stuff and we're lucky to have her.

Björk – family (katie gately remix) [One Little Indian]
Björk – history of touches (krampfhaft remix) [One Little Indian]
Circuit des Yeux – Do The Dishes [Thrill Jockey]
Emily Hall – ode to the pylon [Bedroom Community]
Emily Hall – loneliness [Bedroom Community]
Barnett + Coloccia – Dreamsnake [Blackest Ever Black]
Barnett + Coloccia – Hallway [Blackest Ever Black]
Mamiffer – Mercy [SIGE/Daymare]
Barnett + Coloccia – Rose Eye [Blackest Ever Black]
Circuit des Yeux – Do The Dishes [Thrill Jockey]
Circuit des Yeux – Acarina [Thrill Jockey]
Circuit des Yeux – Dream of TV [Thrill Jockey]
Astrid Zeman – Dark Horses [stream at Astrid Zeman">SoundCloud]
Jenny Hval – Sabbath [Sacred Bones Records]
Rockettothesky – They are bastards! (We are better) [Trust Me Records]
Rockettothesky – Grizzly Man [Trust Me Records]
Jenny Hval – blood flight [Rune Grammofon]
Jenny Hval – is there anything on me that doesn't speak [Rune Grammofon]
Jenny Hval & Susanna – I Have Walked This Body [Rune Grammofon]
Jenny Hval – Heaven [Sacred Bones Records]

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Sunday, 14th of June, 2015

Playlist 14.06.15 (9:05 pm)

Evening all! I'm back from a creative & fun (and exhausting) trip to the UK & Paris – many thanks to Heli Newton and Xiaoran Shi for filling in while I was away.

LISTEN… AGAIN or for the first time! Stream on demand from FBi, in stereo! Or podcast over here.

German duo Schneider Kacirek are playing at the Goethe-Institut in Sydney on Friday (and various other locations around Australia from Wednesday). It's an early show – 6-8pm – and you need to RSVP to the Goethe-Institut beforehand. Recommended!
Stefan Schneider aka Mapstation is a member of German post-rock/electronic trio To Rococo Rot and combines his synths with Sven Kacirek to create a moody music equally influenced by German krautrock and the African music they've spent some time studying.
hellosQuare Recordings' own hellosQuare Recordings appears on the flipside of a new 12" they've released in conjunction with the duo's Australian tour, a fantastic follow-up to his 2012 solo album – electronic beats & edits colliding with drones and postpunk guitars.

Some more of the subtle sounds of Daughter's Fever… a gorgeous collaboration between Grand Salvo's Paddy Mann and Peter Knight on trumpet/electronics. This jazz/experimental/indie collision is rounded out with Joe Talia on drums, Erik Griswold on prepared piano, Vanessa Tomlinson on junk percussion and Andrew Brooks on saxophone. Magical stuff.

English duo Grasscut first appeared in 2010, released by Ninja Tune. Rooted in English geography, combining arcane English folk and glitchy electronic in the manner of early Tunng, they've never made as much impact as I've felt they deserve. I played a couple of tracks from their excellent first album, because I think the first track is an unsung folktronic classic, and the second beautifully combines an archival folk recording off a 78 record (it sounds) with live instrumentation and electronics – a technique they've continued to use in later recordings. They've shown off their electronic credentials also on a few remixes, including a skittery take on venerable jazztronic Norwegians Jaga Jazzist.

Peter Broderick's new album Colours of the Night brings African pop and dub into his acoustic/electronic equation… Occasionally he can stray to the wrong side of the corny/naff divide for my ears, but he delivers his music with such earnestness and with such beauty that it's hard to complain.
Recently, Peter put up the stems of the title track from the album and invited remixes from all around the world. A selection of those have been released on 7" and digital by Portland record store and label Beacon Sound. We heard a twisted dub take by E3, and a droney one by Fabio Keiner.

Edinburgh-based artist Ben Chatwin has been releasing music for some time under the Talvihorros moniker, mostly sitting in the drone/noise spectrum, albeit always featuring acoustic & live instruments. It's evident from the sounds on his new album The Sleeper Awakes why he's put this one out under his own name though – the darkness is tempered by much more lushness, twinkly piano (or Dulcitone), strings carrying warm harmonies, etc. It's beautiful – and I do recommend checking out the Talvihorros stuff too, especially Eaten Alive and And It Was So for sounds which are in fact more in keeping with our next artist…

English bass guitarist James Welburn has been based in Berlin for a while and plays in Tony Buck's Transmit. He's enlisted the Necks drummer on his solo album Hold, released on the ever-reliable Miasmah label, creating very dark soundscapes of ever-growing distortion and krautrocky dirge drumming.

Ending on an even noisier note, we join Dutch free jazz/noise duo Dead Neanderthals, who have collaborated with the likes of Machinefabriek (including on a massive 2CD live set which is winging its way to me as we speak) and are beginning to make a big name for themselves outside of Holland. Here they collaborate with Norwegian noise artist Sten Ove Toft on a brutal & disturbing piece of noise.

Shoeb Ahmad – White Teeth [hellosQuare Recordings]
Schneider Kacirek – Lithos [hellosQuare Recordings]
Schneider Kacirek – Holzton [hellosQuare Recordings]
Shoeb Ahmad – Aloha Osaka! [hellosQuare Recordings]
Daughter's Fever – Daughter's Fever [hellosQuare Recordings]
Grasscut – Islander [Lo Recordings]
Grasscut – High Down [Ninja Tune]
Grasscut – The Tin Man [Ninja Tune]
Jaga Jazzist – Toccata Grasscut remix) [Ninja Tune]
Grasscut – Reservoir [Ninja Tune]
Grasscut – Red Kite [Lo Recordings]
Peter Broderick – Red Earth [Bella Union]
Peter Broderick – Colours of the Night (E3's To The Moon Mix) [Beacon Sound]
Peter Broderick – Colours of the Night (Totensonntagslied by Fabio Keiner) [Beacon Sound]
Ben Chatwin – Sirius [Village Green]
Ben Chatwin – In The Fire [Village Green]
James Welburn – Naught [Miasmah]
Sten Ove Toft & Dead Neanderthals – Hollow [Dead Neanderthals Bandcamp]

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Sunday, 24th of May, 2015

Playlist 24.05.14 (9:07 pm)

Songwriting and song meets experimental electronics, jazz, techno and glitch seems to be the theme for tonight, give or take.
I'm away for the next two weeks, so you're left in the capable hands of Heli Newton, and I'll be back on June 14th with some goodies from London & France no doubt, and generally catching up…

LISTEN AGAIN, LISTEN anyway, in the meantime… stream it over there, podcast it over here…

Starting with a pretty extraordinary collaboration on hellosQuare Recordings, featuring I think mostly Melbourne musicians, primary among them Grand Salvo's Paddy MannĀ and experimental/jazz trumpter & electronic musician Peter Knight. Also involved are awesome drummer Joe Talia (of Oren Ambarchi, Ned Collette's Wirewalker, City City City etc), Erik Griswold on prepared piano, Vanessa Tomlinson on junk percussion and Andrew Brooks (who's somehow dropped off the internet again) on saxophone. It's a heady mix, and not at all overblown – in fact, it's remarkable for its understatement, only getting up to indie rock speed on a few tracks. There's whispered vocals, muted piano chords, pattering drums… Truly beautiful, one of the Australian albums of the year so far.

My Brightest Diamond's Shara Worden isn't just a wonderful singer, composer and arranger. She's also an incisive lyricist, addressing social justice matters at least as much as typical songs of love etc – see the masterclass in privilege of "High Low Middle". The song "Say What" from her latest EP recontextualises Lewis Allan's "Strange Fruit" (best known as a Billie Holliday song) in the light of the US's current stark racial divide.

It's hard to exaggerate how cool it is that Holly Herndon's new album is FBi's album of the week. Her glitched-up vocals and beats are like pop from another dimension, at once futuristic and looking back to the music that Utility Fog was excited about 10-15 years ago when it was first coming together. Herndon is well aware of the history of electronica and its use of anonymous sampled, chopped-up female vocals. By performing and processing the vocals herself, she's explicitly commenting on and reclaiming that history.
I dropped a short track from Austrian easy listening glitcher curd duca from 1999 afterwards, for a little context…

I used to be a huge fan of Robag Wruhme's Gabor Schablitzki as half of German idm mavericks Beefcake, makers of post-Aphex ambient, drill'n'bass, glitchy mashed-up pop bits, dubby electronica etc. When Schablitzki went off on his own as Robag Wruhme and the Wighnomy Brothers, I wasn't so excited by the club-friendly housey techno and it took quite a while before I went back to explore that back catalogue. There's plenty of gems in there, and his recent works as RW have featured more ambient aspects, as well as head-nodding 4/4 beats.

Dutch experimental artists Michel Banabila & Rutger Zuydervelt aka Machinefabriek have been collaborating for a few years now, and each album seems to change tack in quite a dramatic fashion – although never diverging too much from the two artists' formidable talents. They started with a droney, experimental release, followed by something more in keeping with Banabila's jazzy world-tronica, and the new one is again more abstract, featuring a number of talented Dutch musicians on wind instruments, strings, and voice. The acoustic instruments are mangled in their machines but it's lovely to hear them cutting through here and there.

And so we arrive at tonight's big retrospective, on sound artist Leafcutter John aka John Burton. His new album is entitled Resurrection, and it has indeed been quite some time between albums (although he's popped up here and there doing interesting remixes, as we'll see). I'm not able to go all the way back to his earliest Planet µ releases due to time constraints (I'm playing a pretty long track from the new album), but he was a bit of a surprising addition to the label's roster initially, releasing an EP and album that mostly focused on abstract electronic sound, avoiding beats on most tracks, and occasionally devolving into somewhat processed folky indie songs with strangled vocals and strummed guitar. Within a couple of albums, and after a couple of years' break being stuck at home with some bad back injuries, Burton's technique improved, both in vocals and in electronic processing, to the point where he was writing some of the most beautiful and beguiling work in the mid 2000s. So it's very exciting to have him back.
I didn't have time to play any non-album tracks ("Lesson" from Sacred Symbols of Mu comes to mind) or some of his excellent remixes (his Origamibiro remix comes to mind), but I did play a collaboration with excellent young UK artist Memotone.

Daughter's Fever – The Dark Eyes [hellosQuare Recordings]
Daughter's Fever – The Boat in the Midst [hellosQuare Recordings]
My Brightest Diamond – Say What [Asthmatic Kitty]
Holly Herndon – Morning Sun [RVNG International/4AD]
Holly Herndon – Movement [RVNG International]
Holly Herndon – Home [RVNG International/4AD]
curd duca – touch [Mille Plateaux]
Robag Wruhme – Anton 2 [Pampa]
Robag Wruhme – Volta Cobby [Pampa]
Banabila & Machinefabriek – Ascend [Tapu/Machinefabriek]
Banabila & Machinefabriek – Ill Rave [Tapu]
Banabila & Machinefabriek – Spin 'n Puke [Tapu/Lumberton Trading Company]
Banabila & Machinefabriek – Stemmenspel [Tapu/Machinefabriek]
Leafcutter John – Endless Wave [Desire Path Recordings]
Leafcutter John – untitled 05 [Planet µ]
Leafcutter John – walk on my back [Planet µ]
Leafcutter John – let it begin [Staubgold]
Leafcutter John – Introduction in the Wrong Place [Tsuku Boshi]
Memotone feat. Leafcutter John – Four Minute Hallway [Black Acre]
Leafcutter John – Resurrection [Desire Path Recordings]

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