It’s been a while since I did one of these, so please enjoy! The track listing is as follows:
1. Noite e Día – Tiramakossa
From: Akwaaba Sem Transporte 2015
2. Ef – Misinform the Uninformed
From: Give Me Beauty… Or Give Me Death! (Remixed) 2013
3. Vytis – Dark Matter
From: Edge Of Universe 2015
4. Fromuz – The Orgy
From: Sodom & Gomorrah 2013
5. The Texas Tornadoes – Soy De San Luis
From: Best Of 1994
6. The Ukrainians – Koroleva Ne Pomerla (The Queen Is Dead)
From: Vorony 1993
7. ui – Aye
From: oa 2015
8. Santiago Fradejas Trio – Spawn Monsters
From: Chamber Works Vol. 1 – The Lower Sky 2014
9. The Dunes – Going Under
From: Going Under (Single) 2011
10. Zedan Ibrahim – Ma Uslou Reedeh (I Wanted Her From the Beginning)
From: The Lost 45s of Sudan (ShellacHead Annual 2015)
Some errata to report. It seems that when I transitioned from Ef to Vytas, I forgot that Ef were not Irish, but Swedish (though I did mention that before the song started). Also, the band ui may possibly be from Mexico, and not Venezuela, though there seems to be a band with the same name hailing from there.
If you find any other flubs, just let me know.
A novel idea! I never thought to look for podcasts via Youtube, but it makes perfect sense.
Samuli Kemppi is a Finnish techno artists unafraid to experiment with electronic music under his own name rather than under a heap of aliases. He’s also a DJ for Basso Radio, and this podcast gives a good demonstration of the sort of electronica he spins on air.
Two radio programs to share from Jan Sneum, a wonderful radio host and commentator I met at the Without Borders Festival in Balchik, Bulgaria.
For more like this, subscribe to The Lake Radio’s Soundcloud feed.
Many thanks to Miguel Santos, who will be showcasing Bruno in London later this year.
Some Sunday Soul, courtesy of Chris Richardson.
Mickey McGowan is a Southern California institution, and that’s saying something, considering how many top-notch record collectors live in this part of the world. Dust & Grooves, a wonderful blog covering vinyl-related topics, features Mickey’s shop, and we tie a podcast related to this article below:
Before today, I had no idea who Will Luscombe was. I’m certainly impressed with his choices in jazz!
Resonance FM is quite a site for amazing podcasts.
OTO Radio from Russia have been providing some amazing listening recently. They’re worth following on your Mixcloud account.
No info on the artists (yet), but if I ever come across any, I’ll post it here and in the comments section.