radio show [as0840]

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TRUNCATE on 50WEAPONS, NINJA TUNE neo-junglist LEE BANNON, + OM UNIT are featured on this week’s future music program. WIDMAN kicks things off with a hip hop intro, flowing into dubstep + techno, followed by HENRY SELF with a selection of laid-back remixes & grooves, capping off with the 1983 classic “I Wanna Freak” by

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RADIO SHOW [AS0839]

DAEDELUS, ILLUM SPHERE, DEADBEAT, OWINY SIGOMA BAND, + FRANCIS HARRIS are new music features, plus a ROOTS REWIND in honor of BOB MARLEY’s birthday. >Mister Joshua 6th Borough Project “U Know U” — In Your Arms EP — Delusions of Grandeur Exercise One “Wandering” (Peter Van Hoesen remix) — Tales of Ordinary Madness — Exone

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radio show [as0838]

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the latest from shackleton, benny ill, faltyDL + todd terje, plus a much sampled roots rewind from fred wesley + the jbs. [aired 30 jan 2014] >chris widman Fred Wesley & The JB’s “Blow Your Head” –Damn Right I Am Somebody-People Dusky-“9T8 (Benny Ill London Underground Mix)”–School Records Ashley Beedle “Saturday (Let Me See You)”-

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best of 2013 radio show [as0834-35]

happy 2014 loyal listeners, welcome to our annual “best of” episode. maybe it was just us, but, 2013 went by in a blur, smearing distinctions between genres and audiences. a year of new fusions and revivals of revivals. while classic house and disco-influenced sounds dominated mainstream pop music, dubstep and grime’s lasting influence fueled a

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best of 2012 radio show [as779]

aired 12/27/12 with joshua p. ferguson, chris widman, luke stokes + henry self DOWNLOAD THIS SET HERE (fyi: large file 530 MB) >joshua p ferguson John Talabot — So Will Be Now — fin — Permanent Vacation Maxxi Soundsystem — Regrets We Have No Use For (Herbert remix) — Hypercolour Hot Chip — Flutes —

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THE DECADE IN FUTURE MUSIC (2000-2009) [AS010710]

[broadcast 07 january 2010] THE DECADE IN FUTURE MUSIC (2000-2009) abstract science hosts chris widman, luke stokes and henry self took on the nearly impossible task of summing up a decade of future music–their favorites, the most influential releases and overlooked gems from 2000-2009. part 1: download here >chris widman machinefabriek-“chinese unpopular song”–weleer-lampse monolake-“cern”–momentum-ml/imbalance computer

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