JK Flesh

#226 – Carla Del Forno, Sunn O))), Prince Fatty, Altın Gün, Otoboke Beaver

Some absolutely blistering music this week, ranging from excitable Japanese punk from the brilliant Otoboke Beaver, to intense French black metal, stopping off via Turkish psych, Polish pop, beautiful sun-filled reggae and much more.

Tracklisting
Dolenz – Pull ft. Guilty Simpson (Exit Records, UK)
Otoboke Beaver おとぼけビ〜バ〜 – 脱・日陰の女 datsu, hikage no onna (Damnably, UK)
Ela Orleans – Planet Mars (Night School, UK)
Sunn O))) – Troubled Air (Southern Lord, USA)
Prince Fatty – Be Thankful for What You Got ft. Earl 16 (Evergreen Recordings, UK)
Carla dal Forno – So Much Better (Kallista Records, UK)
Embrace Your Punishment – Legacy (feat. Diogo Santana of Analepsy) (Vomit Your Shirt, Portugal)
Altın Gün – Süpürgesi Yoncadan (Glitterbeat Records, Germany)
Fischerie & Persuasion – Embar (Idioms, Canada)
JK Flesh – In Your Pit (Pressure, Germany)

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#198 – Giant Swan, Soap&Skin, E.M.M.A., JK Flesh, Guttersnipe

Back on normal duty this week, and what a selection we have: from the opening from the irrepressible Bristol duo Giant Swan through to “Leeds’ answer to Melt-Banana” in the closer from Guttersnipe. In between those delicious bookends we have a lot of tasty morsels, including the beautiful soundtrack from E.M.M.A., depression-busting sounds from Madagascar by Damily, the first record in five years from Austria’s Soap&Skin, delicate Mexican drone from Alejandro Morse, the new JK Flesh and a lot more

Tracklisting
Giant Swan – IANAH (Whities, UK)
Hen Ogledd – Problem Child (Weird World Recordings, UK)
E.M.M.A. – Liberty (Pastel Prism, UK)
Soap&Skin – Italy & (This is) Water (PIAS Recordings, UK)
Beans – Midnight (Hello L.A., France)
Damily – Malay Nama (Les Disques Bongo Joe, Switzerland)
JK Flesh – Genetics (Electric Deluxe, Netherlands)
Randall Dunn – Something About That Night (Figureight Records, USA)
Alejandro Morse – Farewell Twilight Bird (Umor Rex, Mexico)
Guttersnipe – Loaded From Vector Trap (Upset the Rhythm, UK)

#184 – Dwarfs of East Agouza, JK Flesh, Siete Catorce, Carla Bozulich

After last week’s smooth funk openers, let’s get a little more brutal shall we? Raw Ambassador’s Mental Disorder track is as intense as the artist name and title would suggest, and it takes brave ears to get through that. But persist and (more) rewards are forthcoming – the outstanding collaboration between Aidan Moffat and RM Hubbert for one, and Marlowe – the L’Orange and Solemn Brigham collaboration – for another. Elsewhere we have a mix of the good stuff – get involved

Tracklisting
Raw Ambassador – Mental Disorder (Mannequin Records, Germany)
Aidan Moffat & RM Hubbert – Party On (Rock Action Records, UK)
Marlowe – Lost Arts (Mello Music Group, USA)
Rob Lewis – Pines (self-release, UK)
Dwarfs of East Agouza – Rats Don’t Eat Synthesizers (Akuphone Records, France)
Carla Bozulich – Let It Roll (Constellation Records, Canada)
Siete Catorce – Susurro (Hypermedium, Greece)
JK Flesh – Wasplike (Inner Surface Records, UK)
Grimm Grimm – Take Me Down to Coney Island (Some Other Planet Records, UK)
Rattle – All Over the Place (God Unknown Records, UK)

#162 – Sugai Ken, The Bug, Slabdragger, Ajate

If you are a regular listener, you know what to expect. This week we have Japanese afrobeat, jungle, doom metal covers of Zappa, delicate guitar music, hefty grime, piano interpretations of video game music and experimental electronics. This week we’re also asking for your help

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Tracklisting
Sugai Ken – Doujiri (RVNG Intl., USA)
Ajate – Taiwasho (180g Records, France)
Slabdragger – Muffin Man (Holy Roar Records, UK)
Ice Cream Cult – Adin Don’t Cry (self-release, USA)
Dean McPhee – The Blood of St John (Hood Faire, UK)
The Bug – Bad (feat. Flowdan) (Ninja Tune, UK)
Tom Rogerson with Brian Eno – Idea of Order at Kyson Point (Dead Oceans, USA)
Billa Bronx – Body Politics (Astro Nautico, USA)
Dead Fader – FYI (JK Flesh Remix) (Parachute Records, Italy)
David Peacock – Spaceman the Vulnerable (Disasterpiece, USA)

#93 – Todd Terje, David Coulter & Seb Rochford, Happy Meals, JK Flesh

Norwegian disco and psych rock is the order of this week’s show, with a Todd Terje remix of Beranek kicking things off and Hedvig Mollestad Trio edging us towards the close. Elsewhere we’ve got new tracks from London’s Witching Waves, Kaiju, David Coulter & Seb Rochford, Happy Meals, Tobacco, JK Flesh and Super Furry Animals, with a listener’s recommendation with outstanding US hiphop chap Nox.

Tracklisting
Beranek – Dra Te Hælvete (Todd Terje acid radio edit) (Olsen Records, Norway)
Witching Waves – Twister (Happy Happy Birthday to Me Records, UK)
Kaiju – Burn Down Babylon (Deep Medi Musik, UK)
David Coulter & Seb Rochford – Good Friday (Trestle Records, UK)
Happy Meals – If You Want Me Now (Night School Records, UK)
Tobacco – Gods in Heat (Ghostly International, USA)
Nox – Pay the Price (self-release, USA)
JK Flesh – Tunnel (Speedy Deluxe Records, Netherlands)
Hedvig Mollestad Trio – Approaching (Rune Grammofon, Norway)
Super Furry Animals – Bing Bong (self-release, UK)