Audio Texture Radio Show – June 22, 2015

Mirror Signal – One Day (Pegdoll promo) Thundercat – Lone Wolf & Cub (Brainfeeder) Mast – Mother Earth Yields to NoMan(n)(d) (Alpha Pup) Vaghe Stelle – Multiple Concentric Hexagons (Other People) Amon Tobin – In Your Own Time (Ninja Tune) Double Helix feat. Ragga Twins -Street Wise (Keysound) Slakk –…

Audio Texture Radio Show – May 18, 2015

Jani R – Autumn’s Feathers (Plexus) Fink – Fall Into The Light (R’Coup’D) Colleen – Eclipse (Thrill Jockey) DJ iZem – Agua Viva feat Nina Miranda (Bandcamp) The Ipanemas – Seu Dario, Paul White Remix (Far Out promo) Casssandre – Les Géants (Bandcamp) Katie Dey – Yoyo (Bandcamp) My Panda…

Audio Texture Radio Show – March 16, 2015

Jiin – Black Ballet (Planet Mu promo) Optic Nerve – The Calling (Delsin) Great Dane – Until We Meet Again (Alpha Pup) Kasar – Alwin (Sonar Kolletiev) Loscii – Ma.Org (Segue) Re.Mx (Cronica Electronica) Dasha Rush – Sleep Ballade (Raster Norton) INIT – Talking About Talking (Hivern Discs) D.k. –…

Audio Texture Radio Show – May 13, 2013

A nice deep selection this week kicking off with a track from the lovely new Saltland album on the, always worth checking, Constellation label. We then couldn’t resist dropping another track from the impeccably selected If Music/Ninja tune Record Store Day compilation and a great little introduction to the work of Henri Texier who we weren’t previously aware of. Calvin Keys then followed with a track from his killer, back in the day but now reissued courtesy of Snow Dog, album Shawn-Neeq, which has been on repeat all weekend. Deep Latin vibes then followed with another bygone classic, this time from the Cuban crew, Los Brito.

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Audio Texture Radio Show – March 4, 2013

There was a deep and slightly more experimental flavour to this weeks show kicking off with the most melodic offering from the new Tangent album which led nicely into a taster of the new J’s Bee album which truly is a thing of wonder. They are a ten piece Japanese group, mixing up the styles to lush effect before the Ambient Jazz Ensemble took up the cinematic mantle and ran full steam ahead with it. Letherette then changed the musical course with some future boogie beats, closely followed by more of the same from hot young Belgian talent Pomrad just about to release his EP on the ever interesting Earnest Endeavours label. Sweatson Klank then provided some thinking man’s hip hop before Khing Kang King took the «thinking man’s hip hop» tag to the next level and beyond.

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