New music from BICEP, CHROMATICS, RONE + CHARLES WEBSTER & BURIAL on the latest ABSTRACT SCIENCE podcast, with hosts JOSHUA P. FERGUSON + HENRY SELF. JOSHUA leads off with his characteristically jazzy trappings riffing on jazz samples, classic trip-hop, melodic drum & bass + low-key house. HENRY follows up with a light touch for the early part of his set, bringing together dreamy ambient, meditative house, throwback breaks + delicate synth pop.  [aired 12 November 2020 on WLUW-Chicago 88.7FM]

Grant Green “Down Here On the Ground” (Alive!, Blue Note, 1970)
A Tribe Called Quest “Vibes and Stuff” (The Low End Theory, Jive, 1991)
Coldcut “Eine Kleine Hedmusik” (Ninja Cuts – Funkjazztical Tricknology, Ninja Tune, 1995)
Kruder & Dorfmeister “Swallowed the Moon” (1995, G-Stone, 2020)
Ishmael Ensemble “Search for Peace” (Blue Note Re:Imagined, Blue Note, 2020)
Sparkle Division “Oh Henry!” (To Feel Embraced, Temporary Residence Limited, 2020)
4hero “Planetaria (A Theme from a Dream)” (Two Pages, Talkin’ Loud, 1998)
Bonobo “Nightlife” (Days to Come, Ninja Tune, 2006)
DJ Food “The Crow” (Kaleidoscope, Ninja Tune, 2000)
Hector Plimmer “Still Here” (Next to Nothing, Albert’s Favourites, 2019)
Lindstrom & Prins Thomas “Birdstrik” (III, Smalltown Supersound, 2020)
Yansima “Tweede Cans” (R&S, 2020)
Bicep “Apricots” (Isles, Ninja Tune, 2020)
Charles Webster “The Spell” (Burial remix) (Dimensions, 2020)

Chromatics “Endless Sleep” (Dear Tommy, Italians Do It Better, 2020)
Daniel Avery “Pure Life” (Love + Light, Phantasy Sound, 2020)
Rone “Human” (Room With a View, Infiné, 2020‎)
Hedonics “Who Are They?” (Shouts, Rhythm Section International, 2020)
Design a Wave “Weird F” (Aroy Dee Remix) (No ‘Label’, 2014)
Levon Vincent “Pride” (Dance Music Pt. 2, Novel Sound, 2019)
Bliss Inc. “Outer Limits” (Radiant Reality, Magicwire, 2019)
Isolée “Beau Mot Plage” (DBOW Remix) (Classic, 2014)
God Within “Raincry” (Vance Musgrove Mix) (Dorigen, 2003)
Kelly Lee Owens “Wake-Up” (Inner Song, Smalltown Supersound, 2020)
GusGus “Polymovie” (Standard Stuff for Drama, 4AD/Warner Bros., 1997)
James Hood “Mesmerica” (Mesmerica, Edible Sounds, 2017)