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Audio Texture Radio Show – July 27, 2015

Felix Laband – Pietermaritzburg (Compost)
Bullion – Saysah! (Greco Roman)
Hugh ‘Redman’ James – Ba Bat A Ba Bat (Dub Store)
Leron Thomas – Role Play feat. Bilal (Heavenly Sweetness promo)
Mark Barrott – Right 4 Me (International Feel)
Nicole Willis & The Soul Investigators – One In A Million (Timmion promo)
Idris Acaamoor & The Pyramids – Rhapsody in Berlin Part 1 and 2 (Philophon promo)
Medline – Wind Parade feat. Roni Alkekengie (MPM)
Tunde Olaniran feat. Irawniq & Passalacqua – Diamonds (Quite Scientific promo)
Muta – Tongues (Kind Deluxe promo)
DVA and Clara La San – Pink22 (Hyperdub promo)
Souleance – Secoue (First Word promo)
Len Leise – Stars For Jorge (Bandcamp Self Release)
Jack J – Thirstin’ (Future Times)

Audio Texture is an independent music consultancy specializing in putting extraordinary music in the ordinary world. We love music even more than chocolate & we constantly research, listen to & painstakingly collate what we consider to be the best music in the world. So we thought it would be a nice idea to put out a weekly radio show to spread the word about some of our musical discoveries & support the world of quality, underground music.

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