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#257 – Eartheater & LEYA, Siti Muharam, Get the Blessing & Robert Wyatt, Shit & Shine, Julianna Barwick

2020 is heating up with some absolutely fantastic music from across the globe. This week we have Romanian experimentation, we have a new one from … Read more

#254 – Favourites of 2019 Part 2

We continue to celebrate some of our favourites from the year. There’s been outstanding Middle Eastern techno, multiple tracks about moving at various pace, blistering … Read more

#240 – Giant Swan, Alice Hubble, CMPND, Rey Sapienz, HTRK

Showcasing the best independent music around right now, this week’s pod takes us from DR Congo via Uganda, to a Brighton beach, through Italian dancehall, … Read more

#225 – DJ Haram, SPAZA, Astrosuka, Anatolian Weapons, HELM

Some real otherworldly business occurring on this week’s podcast. Abstract sounds from Thailand, from Brazil, and Argentina dovetail nicely with fantastic new jazz sounds from … Read more

Best of 2018

To close out 2018, here is our 3.5 hour best of 2018. The tracks from artists and releases we’ve loved through this fantastic year. In … Read more

#209 – Favourites of 2018 (not the best of 2018) – part one

Even though we sit here having played music from 390 releases this year, we feel a bit uneasy producing a ‘best of’ 2018 when there’s … Read more

#181 – Lucrecia Dalt, 700 Bliss, Sterile Hand, ZOHASTRE

Some of the best music of the year is squeezed into this 90 minute episode of the podcast. From legends Pere Ubu and Tyler, The … Read more

#178 – Newbaan, Rival Consoles, Сольвычегодск, Lucrecia Dalt

This week’s show kicks out a little harder than last week’s, with the exceptional Jamaican grime cut from the ever-excellent No Hats No Hoods label. … Read more

#163 – Mica Levi, GAIKA, Jun Kamoda, Pauline Anna Strom

On the show this week we kick off with a banger with the new EP from Japan’s Jun Kamoda. Along the way towards Oscar-nominee Mica … Read more

#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 … Read more