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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radio show [as0856]

THROWING SNOW, QUADRA 330, KATE TEMPEST, TEN WALLS + BADBADNOTGOOD are featured new music selections for this week’s exploration. WIDMAN leads off with a volley of UK bass music–equal parts jungle/drum n bass, footwork + hip hop–including the return of japan’s QUARTA330 (from HYPERDUB‘s new 10th anniversary compilation), the storytelling rhymes of KATE TEMPEST (whose

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new music: jose padilla “solito”

It’s been bubbling up under the surface in more temperate pockets of around the globe for some time now, but this summer Balearic music is officially seeing a widespread and well-deserved renaissance. This is in large part thanks to the efforts of the Uruguay-born, Ibiza-based label International Feel, founded by ex-Future Loop Foundation artist and

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different sleep – radio show [as0855]

DIFFERENT SLEEP (from FRIENDS OF FRIENDS music) in-studio interview + guest selections, plus new music from PLAID, KYLE HALL + TAYLOR MCFERRIN are featured on this week’s episode. JOSHUA begins with balearic chill-out + beautiful new melodies from PLAID + other IDM veterans, setting up the conversation + guest selections with chicago producer DIFFERENT SLEEP,

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the flashbulb – radio show [as0853]

THE FLASHBULB guest mix + online q&a, plus new music from TIPPER, LONE + LUKE VIBERT are featured for this week’s archive. WIDMAN kicks it off with a bit of footwork-inspired drum n bass–including STRAY’s tribute track to DJ RASHAD(RIP)–moving into glitch hop + broken beat, techno + acid, closing it out with the latest

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radio show [as0851]

abstract science future music radio #851

KINK, TRUTH on DEEP MEDI, ATOM™, + ORSON WELLS on INNER CITY VISIONS are featured new music selections this week. JOSHUA launches exploration #851 with lush instrumentals, before doubling the tempo with clever mixing into a few indie-dance and vocal tracks, delving into minimal grooves + machine music, + finally dropping the tempo with an

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radio show [as0850] chris e pants

radio show #850

CHRIS E PANTS (aka CHRISSY MURDERBOT) guest mix + new music from STRAY, BASS CLEF + DISTRICT are featured on this week’s program. WIDMAN begins with short selection of jungle/drum n bass (spanning about 20 years, including a SUBURBAN BASE classic just recently re-released on a new label retrospective compilation), using SQUAREPUSHER’s latest composition for

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radio show [as0849]

radio show #849

SCUBA, CALIBRE, DERU, ILLUM SPHERE remixed by LONE, + THE NOTWIST are featured new music selections for this week’s exploration. JOSHUA embarks with space disco, punctuated with live instrumentation, before descending into underwater techno and wrapping up with the latest from two dnb masters. LUKE’s eclectic selection goes from four-on-floor to glitched-out beats and closes

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