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Sunday, 29th of January, 2012

Playlist 29.01.12 (10:10 pm)

Yo. Quite a trip tonight, from minimal and not-so-minimal d’n’b through idm to drone and then on to psych folk and prog rock.
You should really LISTEN AGAIN hey! Link at bottom, podcast to subscribe to, On Demand streaming if you’re online!

Started tonight with some drum’n’bass. It used to be my One True Genre. Gimme chopped-up beats at 170+ bpm and I’d be happy. These days the party anthem style of the mainstream of d’n’b isn’t very interesting, and we’re so post-drill’n’bass that there’s hardly anyone even making breakcore anymore. No matter — the d’n’b scene has been getting more interesting itself again over the last couple of years, with a nice and technical minimalist sound creeping in. dBridge‘s Exit Records is one source of great contemporary d’n’b, and at the very end of last year New Zealand artist Consequence released a very interesting and deep album — albeit only about half what I’d call drum’n’bass. There’s a number of ambient tracks, and some halfstep things which aren’t exactly (post-)dubstep but…

Meanwhile, we also had some decidedly upbeat and just adorable tracks from Luke Vibert’s Plug, resurrected apparently from DAT tapes from the mid-’90s and released to our great pleasure by the mighty Ninja Tune this month. Everything we need is here — the classic breaks chopped up, punchy basslines, hilarious and effective vocal samples. Pure genius.

Next up we have a date with Balkan Vinyl. Full credit here, John McCaffrey aka Part Timer prodded me to go listen to the brilliant AGT Rave Cru track, and its “is it hardcore circa ’92 or halfstep circa yesterday?” sound had me hooked. The label, run by idm/electro duo Posthuman, focuses at least as much on acid house, electro and techno, but has some very fine idm and breaks stuff at its disposal too. I’ve heard idm from Point B before, but in his remix of Kansas City Prophets we get very fine Bass music. The exclusive Plaid is so perfect Plaid it hurts, and LJ Kruzer takes the label bosses themselves into lovely glitchy ambient beats territory.
All this from 2010’s colour-based EPs. More please!

Quick detour to Sydney as I realised I needed to commemorate the very sad end of Ghoul. One can only hope the members will go on to bigger and better things – one of Sydney’s most talented and inventive ensembles.

The aforementioned Part Timer pops up next with a UFog exclusive (for now) — a remix of UK’s Northerner to appear on a remix disc from Home Assembly Music in the near future. It’s subtle and quiet, with some loping rhythms that surprisingly morph into something clicky and 4/4 and then fade off again. And from his scissors and sellotape alter-ego, some tasty and tasteful piano loops and delays.

Seth Chrisman‘s Aetherdrift, Do You Copy is the latest release from Sydney’s Flaming Pines label, and the most field recording-heavy yet. I’ve never really been sold on field recordings as such, but particularly on “LR”, the mournful guitar chords lend deeper meaning to the disembodied sounds (for me).

From the archives, this week I also found a 2010 release from A Setting Sun, who I discovered last year as Sun Hammer, making heavy, crunchy Bass music without (predominantly) the beats. This EP features a brilliant lineup of remixers, and we heard spangled majesty from Italy’s Giueseppe Ielasi and then heavy doom duo Nadja apparently admitting they (sometimes) make post-rock :)

Last year we heard two amazing and huge free download compilations from Futuresequence. This year they branch into single-artist releases with a mini-album from Radere, with well-produced drone. Snarly noises are always welcome here. I’m delving into his back catalogue now.

If you’ve exhausted your UFog listening sometime this week and want some mind-expanding sounds, please allow Kevin Purdy to offer your KOSMIC DAZE, a krautrock/psych folk mix, impeccably programmed. In it I heard Matching Mole and knew I had to play some Robert Wyatt tonight. He’s one of my favourite singers, has with his wift Alfreda Benge an amazing ear for incisive lyrics, and has created some of the most beautiful, bizarre and inspiring music of the last 4 decades.

Alexander Tucker has been a name to watch in psychedelic multi-instrumental songwriting over the last 7 years or so. His duo Imbogodom takes things into considerably weirder territory with tape experiments and esoteric sounds, but keeps a songwriting component on each release.

And just to go into full folk freak-out mode, we ended tonight with over half an hour of ex-Cerberus Shoal/Fire on Fire family band Big Blood. It’s Americana through a very warped looking glass, with the post-punk-prog experimentalism of Cerberus Shoal and the high-pitched wail of Colleen Kinsella aka Asian Mae. It’s really a duo with Caleb Mulkerin, but often credited as a kind of virtual quartet with their alter egos. And nobody could cover Can in such a perfect yet totally unexpected fashion.

All Big Blood releases are available for free download through Free Music Archive, so check their stuff out there, but you should go and support them at their Etsy store.

Consequence – Magda Trench [Exit Records]
Consequence – Soul Sees Spirit [Exit Records]
Plug – Come On My Skeleton [Ninja Tune]
Plug – Mind Bending [Ninja Tune]
Consequence – Untitled Dream [Exit Records]
Plug – Back On Time [Ninja Tune]
AGT Rave Cru – You Shop We Drop [Balkan Vinyl]
Kansas City Prophets – Navigator (Point B remix) [Balkan Vinyl]
Plaid – Fum [Balkan Vinyl]
Posthuman – The Ottawa Object (LJ Kruzer remix) [Balkan Vinyl]
Ghoul – 3 Mark [Speak n Spell]
Northerner – To Where? (Part Timer Remix) [Home Assembly Music] {forthcoming}
scissors and sellotape – Personal trainers [Facture]
Seth Chrisman – LR [Flaming Pines]
Giueseppe Ielasi vs A Setting Sun – Flower Garden of Doom [Moodgadget Records]
Nadja vs A Setting Sun – Solaris Ocean (Skipping Post Rock Mix) [Moodgadget Records]
Radere – I’ll Make You Quiet [Futuresequence]
Matching Mole – Gloria Gloom / God Song [CBS] {to be re-released shortly through Esoteric}
Robert Wyatt – Sea Song [Virgin, re-released Domino]
Imbogodom – Rubbings [Thrill Jockey]
Imbogodom – Slate Grey Light [Thrill Jockey]
Big Blood – Creepin’ Crazy Time [Don’t Trust The Ruin]
Big Blood – Vitamin C [Don’t Trust The Ruin]
Big Blood – Got Wings? [Don’t Trust The Ruin]
Big Blood – The Sound And The Sea [Don’t Trust The Ruin]
Big Blood – Run [Phase!]

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Sunday, 22nd of January, 2012

Playlist 22.01.12 (10:06 pm)

Great that 2012 is getting started already with some great new music.
As usual, you can LISTEN AGAIN. Scroll to the bottom for the direct link, or sign up to the podcast, or stream on demand.

We started with a track from Markus Mehr, whose new album is made up of two almost-half-hour pieces, one of which I did in fact play later on. This, however, is from 2010 and is glitchy ambient of a much more sensible length.

Next up, very very exciting to hear news of a new Clark album coming out soon. This track can be download for the cost of giving them your email address here, and it’s vintage Clark – energetic warm melodic synths and idm beats. Can’t wait for the album!

Speaking of vintage, Luke Vibert’s Plug project was what he released his early, brilliant forays into drum’n’bass under. Since then we’ve had Amen Andrews, for more raucous ragga jungle, and regular d’n’b numbers from Wagon Christ and eponymous releases, but Plug is where the greatest genius lies — detailed rhythm juggling, crazy sample juxtaposition, and his incredible talent for melody. So it’s a huge pleasure to have a whole new album’s worth of vintage Plug — all the tracks date from the original Plug era of the mid-’90s. Also played Vibert’s intense remix of Nine Inch Nails, and one of my favourite Plug tunes from back in the day.

Speaking of drum’n’bass roots, English duo Icarus began around about when these Plug tracks came out, with some forward-looking, incredibly-programmed d’n’b. They’ve never let the drum’n’bass pulse disappear from their music, but have become increasingly interested in electro-acoustic music, 20th century electronic composition, and folktronic techniques. They are therefore one of those groups that personify so much of what Utility Fog is about… and do it so well!
The new Icarus album, released on the 6th of February, is something else, though. It really is… something else. Read up on it at their Fake Fish Distribution page, but in summary, what it is is a limited digital release of 1,000 unique editions. The music you download when you purchase it will your very special version of the album. Icarus carefully prepared their software so that the 8 tracks on the album each varied according to a number of parameters — so while certain aspects of drum programming and melody/harmonic movement stay the same, all sorts of features of the tracks can change. Most tracks remain within about half a minute of each other’s lengths across the albums, but even when two versions are the same, the trajectory they take can change. It’s fascinating and frankly amazing that they made it work, but it really is a very fine album regardless of all this — and if you heard someone else’s version you’d know it instantly, even if (as with two performances by any regular band) there would be subtle differences which would surprise and delight you…

Icarus have also done their fair share of remixes (including a stellar Four Tet one which introduced a whole new audience to them). It’s bizarre to find them dealing with the distinctive rapping of Chuck D, but here he is, working with London audio-visual collective Eclectic Method. You can see the unhinged video for their remix via the link below.
Sydney is very lucky now to have Icarus’ Ollie Bown in residence. He’s actually been based in Australia for a while, previously in Melbourne, and we hear him tonight remixing Melbourne dronesters Infinite Decimals (whose finite decimal track titles always disturb me a little).
The duo (both together and separately) also collaborate a lot with improvisers, and this month sees the release on their own Not Applicable imprint of an album of live performances with trumpeter Tom Arthurs and clarinettist Lothar Ohlmeier. If a limited edition of unique variant albums wasn’t enough, this live collaboration has its own special level of kookiness, because neither Ollie nor Sam (under his Isambard Khroustaliov alias) were present at these shows. They were present in the form of their software proxies, reactive programs that manage to improvise with the live musicians. Again it’s pretty bizarre that this works, but it does.

I’ve previously discussed the beautiful idea Sydney’s Hinterlandt had of asking local musician friends to remix his work — but providing only tiny building blocks, so that the pieces created would be entirely new works. It’s true that the resulting album isn’t particularly cohesive, but it has a ridiculously high hitrate of great tracks, and there’s no doubt that his original work, a highly eclectic ode to travel and resettlement, had an impact on all the tracks. Broken Chip’s contribution is one of many beautiful ambient works he created last year.

And so we get to a big collaboration project for the start of the year. From the Mouth of the Sun is Kansas multi-instrumentalist (and significantly, cellist) Aaron Martin and Swedish drone master Dag Rosenqvist (up until recently Jasper TX), and it follows the latter’s patient, evolving drone structures, but with gorgeous cello-scapes and acoustic sounds. They’re a perfect fit for each other. I’ll give the album a better listen when I have the physical copy, but Experimedia will give you an immediate download if you pre-order it right now!
Also a perfect fit is the powerful experimental minimalism of Danny Saul on the remix, who really ought to release some more music himself.

And so in droney minimalism we return to our opening artist, Markus Mehr. I sometimes find the ambient sounds on Perth’s Hidden Shoal to be a bit too, well, “ambient”, but Mehr creates floating, grumbling and sometimes crashing soundscapes that never stop moving despite their stretched-out nature. The 26 minutes of “Komo” take one beautiful string loop and ride it through waves of different effects, later adding semi-indistinct spoken samples and gloriously extreme distorted noise. In a different context entirely, from last year’s remix album by Danish heavy postrock band Salli Lunn, Mehr produces a glitchy, crunchy piece of post-industrial rock.

As far as “noisy” goes, you can’t really go past C. Spencer Yeh and his Burning Star Core, which has sometimes been him solo, and sometimes a supergroup of like-minded noise and psychedelic musicians. Just this past week on his Dronedisco SoundCloud he’s made available two unreleased sets of tracks. One dates from 2002 and is some of the earliest music we’ve heard from him — not as noisy and brash, synth and drum machine based pieces which nevertheless have their own charm. The other is from 2008 and features the greatest psych-noise line-up of BxC the band. The piece I played tonight isn’t the craziest, but shows the total freedom that the group was able to operate in. Amazing music that I hope isn’t forgotten in a few years’ time.

I’ve been on a bit of a Rune Grammofon tip lately, partly because the wonderful quirky alog had a new album out late last year, partly because Jenny Hval‘s album was easily one of my favourites of 2011, and partly because I’ve been finally discovering the wonders of experimental jazz group Supersilent.
alog take mainly acoustic samples, chop them up and reframe them into constantly surprising new shapes, from quasi-techno to newly-discovered folk forms. They’re quixotic and endlessly engrossing. As well as a track from their new album, we had one from a recent Rune Grammofon compilation in which they briefly reimagine themselves as a trashy indie rock group.
Supersilent make entirely improvised music with trumpet, drums (in their earlier incarnation) and various electronic sound generators. They can range from all-out free jazz cacophany to heavy rock to stunningly gorgeous post-jazz rivaling the delicatness of late-period Talk Talk. Their albums are consecutively numbered, with the tracks numbered therein, so we heard 6.2 from 6, which I feel is the best in a truly stellar catalogue.

We finished with two local lads. Limetipe is released on FBi’s own Chris Hancock’s Frequency Lab label, and takes the usual woozy hip-hop template into a slightly dubbier, heavier direction. Really nice. And from about a year ago, still sadly one of the most recent tracks from Katoomba’s Comatone — scrabbling almost-drum’n’bass beats and glittering production.

Markus Mehr – Softwar [Hidden Shoal]
Clark – Com Touch [Warp]
Plug – Flight 78 [Ninja Tune]
Nine Inch Nails – The Perfect Drug (Plug remix) [Nothing/Interscope]
Plug – Snapping Fuss [Law & Auder] {also released as “Natural Suction” on his Musipal album on Ninja Tune (under the Wagon Christ moniker)}
Icarus – MD Skillz [Not Applicable]
Icarus – Dumptruck Cannibals [Not Applicable]
Chuck D / Eclectic Method – Outta Sight (Icarus remix) [Eclectic Method] {check out the insane video here}
Infinite Decimals – 2.54421781 (Ollie Bown remix) [available from their SoundCloud]
Tom Arthurs / Lothar Ohlmeier / Isambard Khroustaliov – NK, Berlin (from Long Division) [Not Applicable]
Broken Chip – Particle Motion [Feral Media] {free download from Bandcamp!}
From the Mouth of the Sun – Color Loss [Experimedia]
From the Mouth of the Sun – Pools of Rust (Danny Saul remix) [Experimedia] {free download from SoundCloud}
Markus Mehr – Komo [Hidden Shoal]
Salli Lunn – Parachutes Forever (Markus Mehr remix) [Hidden Shoal]
Burning Star Core – BxCPrac4-19-08-4 [available from BxC SoundCloud]
Burning Star Core – Bodies Turn Cold [available from BxC SoundCloud]
alog – my card is 7 [Rune Grammofon]
alog – the mountaineer [Rune Grammofon]
Supersilent – 6.2 [Rune Grammofon]
Limetipe – Ten Blades [The Frequency Lab]
Comatone – Lamplit Screenprint [Comatone SoundCloud]

Listen again — ~ 160MB


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Sunday, 15th of January, 2012

Playlist 15.01.12 – Best of 2011 stragglers and we start a new year (10:05 pm)

Tonight, a few highlights from Sydney Festival, a stack more awesome 2011 tunes, and some new 2012 releases already!
As usual, listen again via the link at the bottom, the podcast (which I’ve updated properly this week!) and on demand streaming.

I haven’t been writing up the “best of 2011” posts, mainly because it’s exhausting, and also because I am shortly going to do a big best-of post. So tonight I’ll talk mainly about the new stuff.

I started with some ancient music, but a new recording. Taraf de Haïdouks & Kočani Orkestar are two wonderful gypsy bands from eastern Europe — Taraf are a much-loved band of Romanian gypsies featuring violins, piano accordions, double bass, guitars and cimbalom, who, gypsy-style, have toured the world for many years with their incredible shows, after which they are guaranteed to be found outside the venue continuing to ply their trade, playing brilliantly while passing around the hat. Kočani are slightly younger, a brass band who now have a few even younger musicians who seem to know their jazz and Cuban music too. They have a fantastic groove, but can also play beautiful ballads with sustained notes and virtuosic melodicism. When the two groups team up together it’s a true gypsy supergroup, and their show at the Enmore Theatre on Thursday was spectacular.

Goth-Trad is Japan’s original dubstep maestro, very much a mainstay in the central UK scene now, and his new album is an instant winner. The beats are a bit more towards the 4/4 and a bit faster now, and with a whole album to play with, he’s able to slip in some less dancefloor-oriented, quite complex pieces as well.

Next newie is from The Boats, beloved folktronic act descended from Hood via The Remote Viewer… Their new album is made up of four 10 minute tracks, each a little journey in itself — the one we heard tonight moved from shoegazey ambience into a electronic minimalist featuring regular collaborator Danny Norbury on cello, and then a striking switch with minor synth chords and a beat dropping for the last 3rd. It’s an album worth immersing yourself in.

I unfortunately only received the “new” album from Ekca Liena as I was piecing together the best-of-2011 shows, so I’ve only just gotten around to playing it. It’s actually a 2008 release, re-released in 2011 with a bonus disc of remixes and covers. The album proper is tremendous, the equal of 2011 favourites by Simon Scott and Damian Valles, and similar in scope: broadly based around the drone/ambient sound world, but with plenty of postrock and electronic elements. The bonus disc does not disappoint, and we’ll be hearing more from it in coming weeks. Tonight I chose Nick Hudson‘s second version, adding vocals to an originally instrumental track, while keeping the chord structure and, remarkably, the feel of the original.

Sydney improvising string quartet The Noise are playing a gig in the beautiful surrounds of Warehouse 15 on Cockatoo Island this Wednesday (Facebook event here). They’re quite happy making abstract improvisations, but also descriptive pieces, such as tonight’s “Moths”.

Another Sydney act with a classical connection, Mannheim Rocket makes Bass music with (usually unrecognizable) samples from classical music. He’s playing with two other Sydney electronic acts at a gallery space called The Newsagency on Enmore Rd on Friday the 27th – Facebook event here.

As well as a couple of the Sydney Festival acts coming up this week, and some more highlights from 2011, I played two tracks from days of yore, as I’ve had the luxury of listening through some older stuff while new releases die down over this period. I had a stack of compilations playlisted up, and came across some tunes from 1996 that deserved airplay. From the second of Kevin Martin’s amazing Macro Dub Infection 2CD compilations, Ice (featuring both Martin and his ex-Napalm Death bandmate Justin K Broadrick) are pitted against Palace (aka Will Oldham of course), in that perfect crossover realm of heavy, noisy dub beats and howling yet delicate country vocals. And two relatively unknown artists Ragga + The Pylon King pair up for the second in Lo Recordings‘ legendary compilation series, entitled Collaborations.

Taraf de Haïdouks & Kočani Orkestar – Talk To Me, Duʂo [Crammed Discs]
Goth-Trad – Man In The Maze [P-Vine/Deep Medi]
Goth-Trad – Strangers [P-Vine/Deep Medi]
downliners sekt – negative green [free download from d-sekt.com]
downliners sekt – hockey nights in canada [free download from d-sekt.com]
y0t0 – Uriarra Crossing Mirror Condensation (Downliners Sekt remix) [fac-ture]
The Boats – The Ballad For Achievement [12k]
Ekca Liena – Fire Emerging From Mist [Dead Pilot]
Ekca Liena – Reverse Erasing (Cover Two by Nick Hudson) [Dead Pilot]
Ekca Liena – Reverse Erasing [Dead Pilot]
The Magic I.D. – Mambo [Staubgold]
The Noise – Moths [self-released]
Scissors and Sellotape – A simple ‘I know how you feel’ [Facture]
vieo abiungo – while the others sleep (part timer’s upbeat remix) [Lost Tribe Sound] {unreleased, Utility Fog exclusive!}
Luke Killen – Scamper Ashore [available from SoundCloud]
Mannheim Rocket – Opperdorff [unreleased]
kangding ray – Mojave [raster-noton]
the fun years – Cornelia Amygdaloid [Ghostly International]
Sole & the SkyRider Band – We Will Not Be Moved (feat. Ceschi & Noah23) [Fake Four/Equinox Records]
Sole & the SkyRider Band – Infanticide (feat. Alexandrah of Solillaquists of Sound) [Fake Four]
Ice vs Palace – More Brother (Inbred Version) [Virgin]
Ragga + The Pylon King – St Christophers dream (mask mix) [Lo Recordings]
Julianna Barwick – Prizewinning [Asthmatic Kitty/Mistletone]
Sam Amidon – Rain And Snow [Bedroom Community]
Seekae – Go [Rice is Nice]
Seekae – 3 [Rice is Nice]

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Sunday, 8th of January, 2012

Playlist 08.01.12 – Best of 2011 Part 3 (10:15 pm)

Bringing you more of the best music from 2011 tonight…
From ambient to indietronica to drum’n’bass, with dark ambient post-classical, jazz crossed with Vietnamese folk, and outsider pop in the mix.
LISTEN AGAIN via link at bottom, podcast, or On Demand Streaming..

Tom Hall – Before Being [Complicated Dance Steps]
Telafonica – I Can Hear There’s A Peace In The Dark [4-4-2music/available from Bandcamp]
Telafonica – Heartbeatings For Those With Heartbeats (Joe Hardy Version) [available from Bandcamp]
I’lls’ – Take Higher Ground [available from Bandcamp]
Bleeding Heart Narrative – Shoals [Brainlove Records]
Petrels – Canute [Tartaruga]
Bracken – The Fifty [flau]
Hood – guess my age [Domino]
Hood – hymn to the hill [Domino]
Karsten Pflum – Dansk notebook center [Hymen]
Enduser & Karsten Pflum – A Little While [Ad Noiseam]
Enduser – Retribution [Ad Noiseam]
Fanu – Jupiter 2011 (featuring Mineral) [Lightless]
Jarboe & Sweet Meat and Love Cult – Ode to V (Enduser version) [Ad Noiseam]
Deaf Center – New Beginning (Tidal Darkness) [Type]
The Haxan Cloak – Raven’s Lament [Aurora Borealis]
Jasper TX – White Birds [Fang Bomb]
Gareth Davis & Machinefabriek – My Funny Valentine [Brian Records] {also available from Machinefabriek Bandcamp}
Machinefabriek – Brokstuk 7 [Machinefabriek]
Machinefabriek – Sol Sketch 4 [Machinefabriek]
Leah Kardos – Remnant 2 [available from her Bandcamp]
Leah Kardos – Apology [available from her Bandcamp]
Peter Knight & Dung Nguyen – Autumn Music [Parenthèses Records]
Broken Chip – Path to the sea [Flaming Pines]
Option Command – Ellie Can Dance [King Deluxe]
James Brewster – Landfall / Crumbling Spires [Make Mine Music]
Chris Weisman – Music In The Line [autumn records]
Chris Weisman – Contact High [autumn records]
Origamibiro – Dismantle Piece [Denizen/Abandon Building Recordings]
Origamibiro – Quad Time (Juxta Phona Remix) [Denizen/Abandon Building Recordings] {free download remix EP}

Listen again — ~ 161MB


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Sunday, 1st of January, 2012

Playlist 01.01.12 – Best of 2011 Part 2 (10:07 pm)

A NEW YEAR! I didn’t realise they still did those things, but apparently they do, so here we are. 2/3 of the way through this show, I turn 38, and the world collapses into chaos – just warning you.

LISTEN AGAIN via the usual channels, including easy linky at bottom, podcast, and of course on demand streaming.
Also check out Part 1 of Utility Fog’s Best of 2011 here.
Part 3 coming next week! For serious.

Zammuto – Harlequin (working version) [released to, then deleted from, his SoundCloud]
Zammuto – Idiom Wind [Make Mine Records]
Skeletons – L’il Rich [Shinyoko/Crammed]
Skeletons – Barack Obama Blues [Shinyoko/Crammed]
vieo abiungo – drowsy salted morning (benoît pioulard remix) [Lost Tribe Sound]
vieo abiungo – and the world is still yawning [Lost Tribe Sound]
vieo abiungo – why dogs mimic sirens [Lost Tribe Sound] {forthcoming — support the Kickstarter campaign for a beautiful CD/DVD set here!}
vieo abiungo – suffocating skin [Lost Tribe Sound] {via the Lost Tribe Sound mailing list…}
vieo abiungo – still and tepid pools (sun hammer remix) [Lost Tribe Sound]
James Blake – I Never Learnt To Share (Sun Hammer Remix) [unofficial, download from Soundcloud]
Sun Hammer – Tonningsen Bus Stop II [Future Sequence] {from SEQUENCE1, also free on Bandcamp}
Borealis – Skyhall [Future Sequence] {from SEQUENCE2 – free on Bandcamp!}
Machinedrum – Sacred Frequency [Planet µ]
Sepalcure – Eternally Yrs [Hotflush]
Machinedrum – Alarmaa [Lucky Me]
Silkie – Taxi Mi Get [Deep Medi]
Kryptic Minds – Depth of Field [Black Box]
Emika – Count Backwards (Kryptic Minds remix) [Ninja Tune]
Emika – Credit Theme [Ninja Tune]
King Midas Sound – Tears (Kiki Hitomi Revoice) [Hyperdub]
King Midas Sound – Come And Behold (Green Gartside Revoice) [Hyperdub]
Robag Wruhme – Pnom Gobal [Pampa]
Lego Feet – excerpt from Part 2 [SKAM]
Gescom – Seventh Ace Deuce (excerpt) [Skull Snap]
Autechre – 6852 [free with ATP event ticket]
Objekt – The Goose That Got Away [Objekt]
Radiohead – Bloom (Objekt Rmx) [Ticker Tape/XL Recordings]
Radiohead – Little By Little (Caribou Rmx) [Ticker Tape/XL Recordings]
Hauschka – Ping [Fat Cat]
Anonymeye – Meritocracy [Someone Good]
plaid – at last [Warp]

Listen again — ~ 167MB


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