Wednesday, 28 October 2015

October 27th EMFAB

This week's show is a techno bonanza, featuring Paul Kalkbrenner's beautiful 'Feed Your Head' from his Florian Truilogy (vid below), a snippet of Jeff Mill's Exhibitionist 2 CD, and a techno mix by myself (Adam Beyer, Pig & Dan, Antigone, Robert Hood ++).
Plenty of other tunes too, of course. The return of Capital Letters with their first new album in 30 years, 'Wolverhampton'. The Paragons in dub. Richard Dawson's 'Vile Stuff' masterpiece of twisted folk. A couple of Indonesian metal bands. Footwork form Hertz Couture. Experimantal techno from Far. Winnipeg's finest breakcore... the esteemed Venetian Snares's new freebie album on bandcamp.

You can hear the show at Give The Drummer Radio HERE. , where you'll also see the full playlist with links. This week's 30 minute mix can be streamed at Mixcloud HERE, or downloaded from Wombnet HERE

Here's a summary playlist:

Paul Kalkbrenner - Feed Your Head
Uncle Sam - Basic Hip
Uncle Sam - Livin' In the Darkness
Uncle Sam - SIn the Garden
Venetian Snares - Simpleton
KEN Mode - Blessed
Jacksin 5 - Rock Disco
Salvatore Polizzi - Discoshit
Richard Dawson - The Vile Stuff
Capital Letters - Wolverhampton
The Skints - This Town (Feat Tippa Irie & Horseman)
The Paragons - The Version Is High
Randy & The Rainbows - Denise
Besok Bubar - Provoke
Metallic Ass - Lebak Bulus 1993
Flux Pavilion - Vibrate
Genghis Clan & Bot - Roff
Far - Hypocrite
Nosaj Thing - 2K - Fated
Hertz Couture - Keepin It Real
Soma - Head in the Clouds
Albert Kuvezin & Yat-Kha - The Wild Mountain Thyme
Van Morrison - Purple Heather
Adam Beyer - Stone Flower
Luigi Madonna - Unconditional Beauty
Pig&Dan & Alberto Ruiz - Monday Morning
Antigone - Prime Mover
Trevino - Eclipse
&ME - Woods
Floorplan - Ritual
DJ Boris - Be
Blue Daisy - Darker Than Blue (Interlude)
Blue Daisy - Darker Than Blue
Mad Professor And The Robotiks - Zion Blood Dub
Jeff Mills - Code Four, Running System, The Bells
Jon Foxx - Imaginary Music

As usual, here's some tasty vids on Youtube:









More great sounds next week.

Peter