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#204 – Colin Stetson, Parly B, Lafidki, Workin’ Man Noise Unit, Onom Agemo & The Disco Jumpers

This week our selection of new exciting music starts us off in Germany, where Berlin quintet Onom Agemo & The Disco Jumpers have a new afrobeat-flavoured record to get us going. Elsewhere we have more danceable music from the Capo Verde, Cambodian techno, South Yorkshire dancehall, Danish acid and lots more.

Tracklisting
Onom Agemo & The Disco Jumpers – Super Cannes (Agogo Records, Germany)
Claiana – Bizness (Favela Discos, Portugal)
E-Talking – Telephone Rose (Whities, UK)
Colin Stetson – Relapse (Anacapamusic, USA)
Parly B – You Mi a Look (ft Mungo’s Hi Fi & Charlie P) (Scotch Bonnet, UK)
Workin’ Man Noise Unit – Sloucher (Riot Season Records, UK)
Lafidki – The Ceremony of the Drowned (Bezirk / Chinabot, UK)
Anchorsong – Testimony (Tru Thoughts, UK)
Karsten Pflum – Red Roof (Moniker Eggplant, Germany)
Caterina Barbieri – We Access Only a Fraction (Important Records, USA)

#199 – Mountain Man, The Oscillation, The Field, Parly B & Mr Benn, Alter Echo & E3 meet Ishan Sound & Rider Shafique

Our last show before we hit the 200 episode milestone starts with us in Israel and the fuzzy sounds of the brilliant Hynom. From there we move into gorgeous accapella music from the much-missed Mountain Man, globe trotting dubstep, groovy psychedelia, dancehall, abstract electronics and techno.

Tracklisting
HYNOM – Beware of Pickpockets (Raash Records, Israel)
Mountain Man – Stella (Bella Union, UK / Nonesuch Records, USA)
Liberez – Here is the Proof (Alter Records, UK)
Alter Echo & E3 meet Ishan Sound & Rider Shafique – Ah Mi Guide (Egoless remix) (Scotch Bonnet, UK)
The Oscillation – Drop (Fuzz Club Records, UK)
Moontribe – Osmium (Fortuna Records, UK)
The Field – Who Goes There? (Kompakt, Germany)
Parly B & Mr Benn – Gwarn Go Bathe (Nice Up! Records, UK)
David Allred – The Garden (Erased Tapes, USA)
Brassfoot – Surfing on Haemoglobin (Don’t Be Afraid Recordings, UK)

#185 – Giant Swan, Samuel Kerridge, Dorcha, Sophia Loizou

Back from our Bulgarian excursion we’ve got a whole load of good stuff waiting for you. We’ve got alternative rock stylings of Birmingham’s Dorcha alongside experimental sounds of Ben Vince. We have legendary techno producer Samuel Kerridge’s new track, mutant jungle from Sophia Loizou, a surprising folk project from Roger Robinson, reggae from Parly B, hiphop, Latvian experimentation and loads more.

Tracklisting
Dorcha – Bruiser (self-release, UK)
Samuel Kerridge – Silent Notes (Downwards, UK)
Ben Vince – Assimilation (Where to Now?, UK)
Horsedreamer (Roger Robinson & Piers Faccini) – Trigger (Beating Drum, France)
Dameetis Brown – I T S M E (self-release, USA)
Parly B & The Elementz – Skylark (Reggae Take Over, UK)
1/2H 1/2W – Inbreed (Bezirk, Austria)
Sophia Loizou – Memories of Angels (Cosmo Rhythmatic, Germany)
Giant Swan – High Waisted (Mannequin Records, Germany)
Field Lines Cartographer – Repulsin Engine Test (Concretetapes, UK)

#161 – Four Tet, Happy Meals, Danny T & Tradesman, Awate

A mellow opening of synth soundtrack music and the stunning new one from Four Tet belies the fun stuff beneath – from Yorkshire dancehall sounds of Danny T & Tradesman to Glaswegian synth pop with Happy Meals. We also have jazz, dark pop, garage fun, hip hop, soul and field recording of funeral ceremonies from Bali.

Tracklisting
Stefan Bachmeier – One Road Out (Spun out of Control, UK)
Four Tet – Two Thousand and Seventeen (Text Records, UK)
Danny T & Tradesman – First Choice ft David Boomah and Parly B (Scotch Bonnet, UK)
Kan Mikami / John Edwards / Alex Nielson – Aoshi (Otoroku, UK)
Honeyfeet – Sinner (Wah Wah 45s, UK)
Fever Ray – To The Moon And Back (Rabid Records, Sweden)
Unknown Artist – Semut Megarang (Akuphone, France)
Happy Meals – Tomorrow Could be Heaven (self-released, UK)
Kind & Kinky Zoo – La Jupe Volante (Légere Recordings, Germany)
Awate – Jewels (Quite Defiant Records, UK)

Interrupt mix [exclusive]

Even though we’re in something of a golden era for British reggae, Interrupt has given us something special. This is a 28-minute mix of pure, unadulterated reggae goodness, featuring Tenor Youtman, Parly B and more. Serious treats.