radio show [as0864]

abstract science radio show #864

SHABAZZ PALACES, MODESELEKTOR, THE ACID + NIGHTMARES ON WAX are featured new music selections for this week’s episode. WIDMAN begins with the latest SHABAZZ PALACES project from DIGABLE PLANET’s BUTTERYFLY (aka ISHMAEL BUTLER) before airing part of his set recorded live at SMART BAR CHICAGO, featuring a set of slowburners capped with a clever MODESELEKTOR

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Roots Rewind: Frank Beverly & the Butlers “Love (Your Pain Goes Deep)” (Shoes Slow Soul Flow edit)

With a career that’s spanned gospel, doo-wop, soul, funk and R&B, Philly crooner Frankie Beverly is a name that should rank up there with some of America’s golden voices like Al Green and Marvin Gaye, the latter of which helped Beverly and his band Maze reach greater popularity in the ’60s. He may not be

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radio show [as0863]

abstract science radio show #863

STARFOXXX, DARK SKY + THE BUG are featured new music selections for this week’s program. MR JOSHUA starts the first hour downtempo, tunes dotted with the sounds live instrumentation (a theme continued throughout his set), picking up the beat with playful bass-heavy house sounds–ARCHIE PELAGO + new SBTRKT, finally building up to big room sounds

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dj shiva – radio show [as0862]

dj shiva - abstract science radio show #0862

DJ SHIVA guest mix + new music from DEMDIKE STARE, PINCH + JOKER are featured on this week’s program. WIDMAN begins with a mixture of techno, avant-garage and bass music hybrids, before moving into a selection of oddball 70 bpm tunes new and old. for the second hour we have a special guest mix from

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radio show [as0860]

radio show #860

JAMIE XX, FHLOSTON PARADIGM aka KING BRITT, DANIEL AVERY remixed by KINK + ENO/HYDE are featured new music selections for this week’s exploration. MR. JOSHUA leans on machine music/funk–with a few afro elements–for the first hour + HENRY bookends his pop-wise set with a bookend tribute to BOBBY WOMACK (RIP). check out JOSH’s recent review

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new music: jamie xx “all under one roof raving”

Anyone who caught Jamie xx‘s recent contribution to Boiler Room knows exactly where his latest single, “All Under One Roof Raving” for Young Turks is coming from. Even if you haven’t listened to the mix yet (you can now, below) but you’ve spent any time exploring the UK’s 2-step, garage, or hardcore scene then the latest

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radio show [as0859]

rasio show #859

CARIBOU, JESSE LANZA, DONATO DOZZY + NUEL, + TOURIST are featured new music selections for episode #859. MR. JOSHUA leads off with emotive uptempo numbers, including new cuts from CARIBOU + JACQUES GREENE, continuing with high feelings, but halving the tempo. this leads naturally into the slower r&b influenced JESSE LANZA, from the 2nd part

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NEW MUSIC: INNERSPACE HALFLIFE “TEARDROP FROM NEBULA 1121+22”

There’s something inherent in machine music that instinctively connects to the otherworldly qualities of the cosmos. Since techno’s birth, its bond to science fiction has never weakened, and even for Chicago duo Innerspace Halflife, who draw as much from Chicago’s dance music roots as the Motor City’s, the pull of some distant space has ensnared

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shigeto – radio show [as0858]

shigeto - radio show #858

SHIGETO guest mix, plus new music from LONE, L-VIS 1990 + TAYLOR MCFERRIN are featured on this week’s program. WIDMAN kicks off with lush piano-driven broken beat from LONE’s new album “reality testing”, then dark deepness from detroit’s cryptic HOW TO KILL label and the DIAMOND VERSION project from RASTER-NORTON’s CARSTEN NICOLAI. the first hour

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radio show [as0857]

INNERSPACE HALFLIFE, PLASTIKMAN + THE ACID are featured new music selections for this weeks program. inspired by muggy chicago air, MR. JOSHUA explores tropical sounds, first from brazil– including a remix of JORGE BEN’s 1969 classic–then balearic beats from across the ocean, as inspired by spain’s ibizan chill out scene. breezy ocean techno blows in

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