Faith & Industry

#277 – The Soft Pink Truth, Marja Ahti & Judith Hamann, Anatolian Weapons, Sebastian Reynolds, Birds

It seems quite poignant to have a track from ‘Am I Free to Go?’ an LP of punk covers from The Soft Pink Truth – the project of Matmos’ Drew Daniel – on this week’s show. It’s been a while since we had some breakcore, but this record is a must-buy. All profits will go to the International Anti-Fascist Legal Defence Fund, which assists people all around the world with the legal repercussions of protesting fascism: https://thesoftpinktruth.bandcamp.com/album/am-i-free-to-go

Elsewhere this week, we’ve got some Sudanese jazz that sounds more like surf music, epic modern classical, jazz funk, dancehall, and your usual blend of the good stuff.

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Tracklisting
Birds – Transcendental Phases (Höga Nord Rekords, Sweden)
Sharhabil Ahmed – Argos Farfish (Habibi Funk, Germany)
The Soft Pink Truth – Fuck Nazi Sympathy (Thrill Jockey, USA)
JonnyGo Figure & Genius T – Unemployment (Rebelmadiaq Sound, Spain)
Marja Ahti & Judith Hamann – Portals (OTOROKU, UK)
Sebastian Reynolds – Everest (Faith & Industry, UK)
Anatolian Weapons feat. Anna vs June – Athanato Nero (Invisible Inc., UK)
Unpure Impulse – 2 (Pater Noster Records, Germany)
Mai Mai Mai – Isola (self-release, Italy)
Lucky Brown & The S.G.’s – Pecan Trees Speak to Each Other (edit) (Tramp Records, Germany)

Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston. Hit him up for any and all audio work at nickamc.com and follow him on Twitter @nickamc

#264 – Mars89, Capitol K, Lunch Money Life, Aksak Maboul, Chubby and the Gang

Some absolutely immense music for you. Not least the first cut from the long-awaited LP from Lunch Money Life. There’s also dastardly dubs from Japanese producer Mars89, the latest from legendary Belgium duo Aksak Maboul, music from Israel, South Korea, France, Canada and spoken word from an experimental music champion closes out this week’s show.

Tracklisting
Lunch Money Life – Truth Serum (Scenic Route, UK)
Chubby and The Gang – Speed Kills (Static Shock Records, UK)
Mars89 – GoodThing (Natural Sciences, UK)
Aksak Maboul – Tout a Une Fin (Crammed Discs, Belgium)
Baharat – بهارات – The Egyptian (Batov Records, UK)
Chicaloyoh – Boli Armenii (Màgia Roja label, Spain)
Kim Jinmook – Shivoham (Daehan Electronics, South Korea)
Capitol K – Temple (Faith & Industry, UK)
Racine – Quelque Chose Tombe II (Danse Noire, Switzerland)
Self-Help (Mark Dicker & John Doran) – Exercise Number 1 (Tesla Tapes, UK)

Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston. Hit him up for any and all audio work at nickamc.com and follow him on Twitter @nickamc