No Friday Repeat Today

There was no show this morning at 9am due to the live announcement of the headliners for the FIGJAM festival, which was exclusive to JacRadio.

Don’t worry though, as you have 2 more bites of the cherry with repeats of the episode at 5pm on Sunday afternoon, and 10pm Monday night. All times are Australian Eastern Time, which is +10GMT.

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Musciality 2011 – Episode 10 – hauntology + New Music

This week we’ll dip into ambient influenced by electronic soundtracks, folk and rock half-remembered from childhood: this is “hauntology” scene from which we’ll hear from Pye Corner Audio and Belbury Poly, plus a parallel development in the urban decay of the latest Burial EP.

We’ll also hear a modern producer re-edit Fela Kuti, a new piece of electro-pop, some old-school Human League from the late 70s and a modern piece of jazzy disco from a New Zealand kid living in Paris.

Hatfield and the North – Share It from “The Rotters Club” (Virgin)

Pye Corner Audio – Recrypt from Black Mill Tapes Volume 2 (Pye Corner Audio Transcription Services)

Belbury Poly – A Year And A Day from “From An Ancient Star (Ghost box)

The Incredible String Band – No Sleep Blues from “The 5000 Spirits Or The Layers Of The Onion” (Hannibal)

Burial – NYC from “Street Halo” (Hyperdub)

Pye Corner Audio – We Have Visitors from Black Mill Tapes Volume 1 (Pye Corner Audio Transcription Services)

Pulseprogramming – First They Fire from “Charade is Gold” (Audraglint)

The Human League – Empire State Human from “Reproduction” (Virgin)

Medeski, Martin & Wood – Flat Tires from “Radiolarians 2” (Red Ink)

Fela Kuti – No Possible (Joystick Jay Vulgar Distractions Edit) from Joystick Jay’s Soundcloud

Leno Lovecraft – Passsionate Fantasia from download (a new EP also out through Marman Records)

Related links:

Bad Idea mag potted 101 on hauntology  – with reference to the influence of The Wire magazine

Flak Mag’s take on hauntology – with an interview with Simon Reynolds

Musicality 2011 – Episode 9

This week we dip into a pair of new releases by some big name UK producers: we’ll take two tracks off the new EP from dubstepper Burial, and a new single from Four Tet. We’ll take a pair of tracks from some new signings on Mute Records, and a track from the new solo album form Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore. Meanwhile the mysterious Holy Other is remixed by the equally mysterious Magick Mountain, who since this track was released has dropped the k from Magick. How quickly the music world changes…

Sonic Youth – Mildred Pierce from “Goo” (Geffen)

Burial – Stolen Dog from the EP “Street Halo” (Hyperdub)

Holy Other – Yr Love (Magick Mountain Deep Cover Remix) (7:01)

Four Tet – Pinnacles from the single “Pinnacles” (Text)

Thurston Moore – Benedictine from “Demolished Thoughts” (Matador)

Faust – Tell The Bitch To Go Home from “Somthing Dirty” (Bureau B)

S.C.U.M – Summon The Sound from the compilation “Vorwarts” (Mute)

Ggle Highs – Shimmering Immers free download from Soundcloud (Independent)
Burial – Street Halo from the EP “Street Halo”(Hyperdub)

Apparat – Ash/Black Veil from a forthcoming album (Mute)

Related Links

Musicality Blog

Question partially answered

In next week’s episode of Musicality I mention the lack of information I could find about a producer called Magic (nee Magick) Mountain aka Harry Bornstein. I’m spinning his fine remix of Holy Other.

Well Altered Zones has just pointed me into the right direction, and a nice piece of bright, bubbly 90s-style beatmaking it is too:

Musicality 2011 – Episode 8

A bunch more new releases have landed in my lap this week, so music from mysterious types like Hype Williams and Holy Other, sample-laden pop from Long Island’s tUnE-yArDs and Brighton’s The Go-team (remixed), and analogue synth love (on reissue) with Harald Grosskopf. We’ll also hear the unique sounds of Japan’s Satanicporncultshop (not what you might expect).

And near the end we take two tracks from a free compilation in aid of the Christchurch Recovery featuring artists who have previously played at the HSP Art Space which was damaged in the quake.

Small Black – Photojournalist from “New Chain” (Jagjaguwar)

The Go Team – Apollo throwdown (Starslinger remix) – original track from “Rolling Blackouts” (Menphis Industries)

Satanicporncultshop – MRI-33 from the compilation “Cyclic Bits: The Raymond Scott Variations” (Chinstrap Music)

Hype Williams – Businessline from “One Nation” (Hippos In Tanks)

Harald Grosskopf – Synthesist from “Synthesist” (Rvng Intl)

Tim Hecker – Hatred of Music 1 from “Revedeath 1972” (Kranky)

Holy Other – Touch from the 12” EP “With U” (Tri Angle)

Satanicporncultshop – Edo from the bonus remix disc with the LeNoir album “New Adventures of Vernon Lenoir”

tUnE-yArDs – Bizness from “w h o k i l l” (4AD)

Thurston Moore – Circulation (1st Demo) from the compilation “RQ Christchurch EQ Relief 2011” (Rose Quartz)

Wet Wings – Feeel It – from the compilation “RQ Christchurch EQ Relief 2011” (Rose Quartz)

The High Llamas – Fly Baby Fly from “Talahomi Way” (Drag City)

Related Links

Rose Quartz – an Australian/New Zealand music blog

Red Cross Christchurch Appeal

Drag City – home of The High Llamas, Bill Callahan etc

Musicality 2011 – Episode 7

This week we feature a bunch of new releases this week. We’ll take the latest from Smog’s Bill Callahan, ambient from Canadian Tim Hecker, while, Laurie Anderson meets trumpeter Colin Stetson.

We’ll also take two tracks from a new drum ‘n’ bass EP and plus older dubsteppery from Martin Schulte and Burial.

(nb hyperlinks are to legal downloads of track or album respectively)

Martin Schulte – Underwater from the EP “Underwater” (Tropic)
Colin Stetson – Fear of the unknown and The Blazing Sun from “New History Warfare Vol. 2: Judges”  (Constellation)
Tim Hecker – The Piano Drop from “Ravedeath, 1972” (Kranky)
Kosmonaut – Atmospheric Flower from the EP “Utopia” (id.Eology)
National Grid – Saturday Night Movie from “Apparition” (IYNGES)
Bill Callahan – Baby’s Breath from the album “Apocalypse” (Drag City)
Martin Schulte – April from the EP “Underwater” (Tropic)
Burial – Etched Headplate from “Untrue” (Hyperdub)
Ponytail – Easy Peasy from “Do Whatever You Want All The Time” (We Are Free)
Kosmonaut – Youth273 from the EP “Utopia” (id.Eology)

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Netlabels:

Id.Eology