Some slower, light, pensive electro. Features a few new tracks from スムー, Adam Jay, Scape One, and Silicon Scally.
- Holger Flinsch / Citlec 00:00
- Ali Khan / Space 02:15
- Alexander Buhot / Built For Pak 05:27
- Scape One / Stained Glass Echoing 07:50
- N-ter / Mom I Love You 12:03
- Fleck E.S.C. / Extra Will Provider 15:59
- Adam Jay / Cerium 19:30
- Vagon Brei / Ascension 22:52
- SLF / Aurora Borealis 25:33
- Króm / Bubbleblow (Ruxpin Remix) 28:59
- スムー / Recall (Live) 32:01
- Plant43 / Flight Without Sound 35:42
- Silicon Scally / Scintillation 38:51
- Microlith / Acid In A Church 43:16
- Plastikman / Are Friends Electrik? 46:38
- The Exaltics ft. Gunnar Malich / Void 49:21
- Technova / Atmosphere 52:15
- Luke Eargoggle / Goodbye No Forever 56:15
- Minotaur Electronics / Zuurstof 58:20
and here’s the recording: https://archives.anonradio.net/202002210600_cev.mp3 , with thanks to aNONradio for hosting the archive.
Tracks 12, 13, and 14 are all from releases on CPU Records. I’m still working through a recent large purchase of music from their shop, and they continue to be excellent. Tracks 8, 9, and 16 are taken from Solar One Music‘s second and third compilation. Solar One recently celebrated their 50th release, a sweet electro-techno collaboration between The Exaltics and Paris The Black Fu called We Exist.
My current favorite here is Recall (Live) by スムー, from the TUMA 3.0 compilation. I love the interplay between the drums (kick on 14, snare on 22) and the high ringing synth. The whole comp is interesting, and it’s listed as name-your-price, so check it out.
Technova’s cover of Atmosphere by Joy Division deserves a mention also. The version played here is from the Sing And Play Joy Division 7″ on Hydrogen Dukebox (which bleep apparently still has in stock). It’s also available on the CD compilation Sing And Play, which I’ve linked to in the tracklist above. The flipside of that single is a cover of Love Will Tear Us Apart by A1 People, and is also great.
I’ve got my regular show with Megaphysics at the arcade next week, so expect something low-energy (and low-effort) next show. Thanks all for listening, and be sure to check the tracklist links above if you’re interested in the music played here.