Luka Productions

#281 – Redinho, Couronne de Merde, Ela Orleans, Black Chama, Emma DJ

From Israeli experimentalism to cellphone-recorded music from Mali, there’s a lot to love on the show this week. We’ve got soundtrack music from Ela Orleans, the sounds of the Lebanese Civil War from Couronne de Merde, fun-filled synth-funk Redinho and a lot more.

Tracklisting
Reigns – Panther Cap (Wrong Speed, UK)
Couronne de Merde – ﻻ ﻳﻮﺟﺪ ﻣﻮﺕ (Broken Britain Cassettes, UK)
Black Chama – Spaghetti Bolognese (Raash Records, Israel)
Ela Orleans – KRZYCZ. BYLE CISZEJ
firestations – Dream Home (Where it’s at is Where you are Records, UK)
Redinho – Touchdown (self-release, UK)
Luka Productions & Kandiafa – Negu (Sahel Sounds, USA)
Emma DJ – Market Collapse (Collapsing Market, France)
Leroy Duncann – Jailbreak (CNM LDN, UK)
Elobrian Sunrise feat. Alexander Niermann – Goldchain (Prrrrrrr Records, Germany)

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#75 – Shapednoise, Za!, Markey Funk, Phall Fatale

Your first podcast of 2016 features lots of interesting new releases. From the opening sounds of Markey Funk’s heavily Italian library music influenced new faux-horror OST, past the South African hip hop of Luka Productions, sumptuous rhythms from London’s Phall Fatale and sampling of Buddha Machine Loops from China and Tibet – this is the usual mix of the weird, the wonderful, and the truly outstanding sounds of independent music.

Tracklisting
Markey Funk – Chapter I. Hide-and-Seek (Audio Montage, Israel)
Za! – Badulake (The Audacious Art Experiment, UK)
Shapednoise – Intruder (Type Records, UK)
Natural Snow Buildings – Sun Tower (Ba Da Bing Records, USA)
Various Artists – Excerpt from Chang Fo Ji – Buddha Machines Loops from China & Tibet (Discrepant, UK)
Luka Productions – Nadoumananikadi (Sahel Sounds, USA)
Chris McGregor – Switch (Jazzman Records, UK)
Phall Fatale – The Girl The Beat (Slowfoot Records, UK)
Madegg – Chandelier (Flau Records, Japan)
Bamboo – Auroch (self-release, UK)