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JUSTIN REED guest mix + new music from CLARK, LAKKER + ROBERT HOOD are featured selections for this week’s program. the howling wolves of BEN FROST kick off WIDMAN’s set, an intro to menacing techno from LAKKER + BRITISH MURDER BOYS, before settling into a detroit techno + chicago house groove. the first hour wraps

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AQUARIAN remixed by THROWING SNOW, THOM YORKE + SHANTI CELESTE are featured new music on this week’s program. HENRY SELF begins a marathon episode with emotive techno selections, before moving into future r&b/vocal cuts (including the new THOM YORKE) + finishing the first hour with DER DRITTE RAUM’s joyous cover of their own “hale bopp”

mark bell tribute – radio show [as0876]

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MARK BELL tribute (RIP) from DJ WARP + new music from LAKKER, GRAZE + CHIMPO are featured selections on this week’s program. WIDMAN begins with an extended set of new drumfunk + leftfield drum n’bass, then into dubstep-tempo bass sounds, starting with another UK underground pioneer lost too soon–RIP SPACE APE–and new cuts from LAKKER