Audio Texture Radio Show – January 13, 2014

So the radio show is back for 2014 after a bit of a hard drive meltdown near the end of last year and just the fact that, well, sometimes a  break is sometimes welcome. The show kicked off on a nice jazz tip with a killer version of The Jackson Sisters’ «I Believe in Miracles» from Eddie Roberts which took the original in a great new direction as a good cover version should do. Pugs Atomz the dropped some great funky hip hop vibes from their great new, stylistically diverse album, Bama Pi. Andrew Ashong then kept things simple but soulfully effective with «Special» before Zara McFarlane waded in with another killer cover version, this time of Junior Murvin’s (not Dennis Brown’s – as erroneously stated in the show in a moment of madness) «Police and Thieves» she really is a talent and a half.

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Audio Texture 14.11.13

Trippy soul from New Zealand kicked off this weeks proceedings with the quirky delights of Connan Mockasin before the leftfield soul vibes of Jitwam ran nicely into the post punk funk of The Jellies.

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Audio Texture Radio Show – April 1, 2013

New classical vibes kicked off this weeks show starting off with a taste of the Buddha Machine inventor’s new album Fistful of Buddha and then ably followed by a track from the live recordings of Jaga Jazzist’s concert with the Britten Sinfonia. Springintgut then provided another cultured tune from their fantastic and highly recommended, Where We Need No Map, album which is about to drop on the consistently great Pingipung label. The Herbertesque vibes of Jonatan Backelie then seemed like the sensible follow up and is a deep electronic grower.

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P018: Ambient and experimental music special.

A wide ranging feast of ambient and experimental music this week on Cabeza de Vaca. We kick off with the elaborate constructions of Chris Madak’s Bee Mask project and the quiet tone song of Australian Oren Ambarchi before passing through some more classical coloured music from Jasper TX and the lush chamber music of Christoph Berg. Italian duo Retina.it offer a gentle and ghostly respite before the noisier climax. Brad Rose’s Charlatan alias is a cacophonous contrast whereas Damian Valles and Alex Cobb offer a track each of detailed drones and hidden emotions.

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