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#134 – Nan Kolè, Alphabets Heaven, Basic Rhythm, Secret Chiefs 3

We have the usual ten tracks for you this week, and they’re absolute stunners. Kicking off with a beaut from Al Lover and Cairo Liberation Front, we also have Gqom Oh! label boss Nan Kolè’s solo debut. There are also new ones from Secret Chiefs 3, Russian jazz band Brom, Japanese dub producer Sak Dub I and loads more

Tracklisting
Al Lover Meets Cairo Liberation Front – Level 1 (Höga Nord Rekords, Sweden)
Secret Chiefs 3 – The System of Antichrist (Web of Mimicry, USA)
Sak Dub I – Warrior Steppa Style (Part 1) (Steppas Records, UK)
Alphabets Heaven – Oats (self-release, UK)
Basic Rhythm – Suburban Bass (4 Da R) (Type Records, UK)
Brom – Vortex (ТОПОТ, Russia)
Nan Kolè – Bayefal (Black Acre, UK)
Tradition – The Breathtaking Blast (Bokeh Versions, UK)
Candelilla – Intimität (Trocadero Records, Germany)
Kendrick Lamar – Humble (Top Dawg Entertainment, USA)

#79 – Thee Oh Sees, Gnod, Tomppabeats, Golden Rules

After an electronics heavy podcast last week, you don’t get many more fantastic guitar acts than those that feature on this week’s Independent Music Podcast. From new tracks from San Francisco friends Thee Oh Sees and Ty Segall, to Manchester’s ever magnificent Gnod and the immense sounds of Sheffield’s Blood Sport. We also have odd electronics from Basic Rhythm, techno from Route 8, Kora-gorgeousness from Stranded Horse, light-touch Finnish hip hop from Tomppabeats, heavier-touch hip hop from Golden Rules and the latest from the Sofrito Super Singles club.

Tracklisting
Thee Oh Sees – Fortress (Castle Face Records, USA)
Route 8 – The Sunrise in her Eyes (Lobster Theremin, UK)
Stranded Horse – Monde (Talitres, France)
Blood Sport – Reflective Orange (Blast First Petite, UK)
Tomppabeats – I Want to Tell You I Love You but I Can’t
Tomppabeats – You’re Cute (self-release, Finland)
Gnod – The Mirror (Rocket Recordings, UK)
Basic Rhythm – Raw Trax (Weekend Rush) (Type Records, UK)
Alma Negra – Mageko (Sofrito, UK)
Ty Segall – Squealer (Drag City, USA)
Golden Rules – The Let Down (Lex Records, UK/USA)

#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)

#44 – Gazelle Twin, Nochexxx, Aby Ngana Diop, Bruce Lacey

Kicking off the show this week we’ve got Soviet-era vinyl breakbeat mashups, heartbreaking ballads and unidentifiable electronic music. Elsewhere in the hour we’ve got the latest from two regularly featured labels – Awesome Tapes From Africa and Rocket recordings – we’ve also got avant-garde oddness from Trunk records in the shape of Bruce Lacey, Blaxploitation Bollywood, a rare track from Crystal Mansion and a dub rework of the magnificent Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band.

Tracklisting
1.Imperialist Monsters – Fulgeance & DJ Scientist (First Word Records, UK)
2.Love and Mercy – Gazelle Twin (self-release, UK)
3.Stinson Fish – Nochexxx (Type Records, UK)
4.Electric Pony – Shit and Shine (Rocket Recordings, UK)
5.Dieuleul-Dieuleul – Aby Ngana Diop (Awesome Tapes from Africa, USA)
6.Boogie Man – Crystal Mansion (BBE Records, UK)
7.Music from Everybody’s Nobody (1960) (excerpt) – Bruce Lacey (Trunk Records, UK)
8.Roop Lor Pu Tai (Rootikal dub) – Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band (Paradise Bangkok, Thailand)
9.Chand Mera Dil – R.D. Burman (His Master’s Voice, India)
10.Jungle Magic – Benis Cletin (Sofrito, UK)