Six Shooter Records

#213 – Tanya Tagaq, USA/Mexico, Deafkids, William Tyler, Krikor

On this week’s show we kick things off with the latest weird hiphop drop from Germany’s Prrrrrrr Records, we have pleasant jazz from Norway, beautiful guitar from William Tyler, an early contender for record of the year from Krikor, and some hefty noise from all corners.

Tracklisting
edac – onto (Prrrrrrr Records, Germany)
William Tyler – Call Me When I’m Breathing Again (Merge Records, USA)
USA/Mexico – Matamoros (12XU Recordings, USA / Riot Season Records, UK)
Trondheim Jazz Orchestra & Ole Morten Vågan – Far Ago and Long Away (Odin, Norway)
Krikor – T-800 Factory / The Austrian Oak Take 1 (self-release, France)
Test Dept – Landlord (One Little Indian, UK)
Chiclosx – Paso (DesembocadurA, Mexico)
Tanya Tagaq – Snowblind (Six Shooter Records, Canada)
Bremen – Aimless Cruising (Blackest Ever Black, UK)
Deafkids – Mente Bicameral (Neurot Recordings, USA)

Thanks to Nick McCorriston for editing this week’s show. Visit his website at nickamc.com and follow him on Twitter @nickamc

#107 – Tanya Tagaq, Sun Ra & Merzbow, Will Long, Ross McHenry

Epic deep house opener this week followed by a multitude of good tidings. From the heavy sounds of Taman Shud the the brutal experimentation of Merzbow let loose with a bucketful of Sun Ra samples. We’ve also got Turkish dub music from Abu Ama, Canadian throat singing from the extraordinary Tanya Tagaq, pysch from Denmark’s The Wands, funk from Melbourne’s Ross McHenry, and extreme dubstep from the brilliant Joker.

Tracklisting
Will Long – Time Has Come (DJ Sprinkles Overdub) (Comatonse Recordings, Japan)
Bitori – Bitori Nha Bibinha (Analog Africa, Germany)
Abu Ama – Efendi Remix (Bokeh Versions, UK)
Joker – G Shit (Kapsize, UK)
Taman Shud – Oracle War (Trashmouth Records, UK)
Sun Ra | Merzbow – Granular Jazz Part 4 (Cold Spring, UK)
Tanya Tagaq – Aorta (Six Shooter Records, Canada)
The Wands – Faces (Flammekaster Records, Denmark)
Aquaserge – Les Zouzes (Crammed Discs, Belgium)
Ross McHenry – Opening / Despair (First Word Records, UK)