Thursday, February 10, 2011


The graveyard of Thursday 10 February is now past, but here for posterity so get on it - 2 parts, 2 hours each, lots of very fine new (and some old) music:

Part 1
Part 2

Playlist here:
Karlheinz Stockhausen (pictured): Cosmic Pulses
Bernard Parmegiani: Natures Ephemeres
Otto Leunig: Moonflight
Weiss: Rezykla01
Ryoji Ikeda: 1111011111
Sturm: Untitled (4)
Electric Birds: Distance
Burial: Archangel
Cooly G (pictured): Weekend Fly
Kowton: Basic Music Knowledge
Actress: Lost
The Bug: Money Honey
Actress: Let’s Fly
Plastikman: Spastik
Quince: Sub 01
Jason Fine: Blue
Omar S: Plestesk Kosmodrome
Kyle Hall: After Fall
Gunnar Wendell (pictured): 578 (Omar S Rude Boy Warm Mix)
Lawrence: Sorry Sun
Lowtec: Meandyoudub
Prince of Denmark: 187666
Stimming: The Unicorn
RNDM: Hideaway (Dub)
Freund der Familie: Symbian (Christopher Rau Mix)
Rozzo: Azzuro
Bon and Rau: Cloverleaf Days
Kassem Mosse: Untitled Laid
Christopher Rau (pictured): Do Little
Soundstream: All Night
Fabrice Lig: Meet You In Brooklyn
Roman Fluegel: How To Spread Lies
Isolee: Thirteen Times an Hour
Brooks Mosher: CIP
Oracy: Family Day
Steffi: Kill Me
DJ Koze: I Cyaan Believe
Kassem Mosse: 2D
The Field: Silence
Akira Rabelais (pictured): Et Dans Tout Ce Qu'Il Boit Et Dans Tout Qu'Il Mange
Wolfgang Voigt: R├╝ckverzauberung 1
Dirk Leyers: Come To Where I Go
Jurgen Paape: Ein Schone Land
Rafael Anton Irasarri: Lumberton

Thanks for listening. I'll be back next month, stay tuned...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I like your picture of Christopher Rau sitting in a icy park and keenly sucking on a rolly cigarette looking very angular. I notice he is wearing what looks like an old German army coat. Would he be German by any chance? I would suggest he is definitely no stranger to the workings of the bong or partaking in the casual intake of large amounts of wacky tobacky. He seems like the kind of guy I could have intense, early morning conversations with about the spurious direction of electronic music forms in the modern epoch or the history of the Bader Meinhoff movement and its impact on modern German society and politics. I think these conversations would probably end in a fistfight. But we would all be friends again after it was all over. Need to put some Blow Monkeys on your playlist.

Paul M