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Flanger – Sweet Silence (Non Place) St Germain – Family Tree (Primary Society) Henry Wu – Neezy (Rhythm Section) Okzharp – Dear Ribane feat. Manthe (Hyperdub promo) Ackson – The Backwards (Here & Now promo) Whizz Kid – Clones (Bearsuit) Denzel + Hun – Hitzriki (Oktaf) Heathered Pearls – Perfume Catalogue, Lord RAJA’s Monarch rmx […]

Augustus Pablo – El Rockers Chapter 3 (Greensleaves) Moodprint – Skinshaped Outro (Tangram promo) River Tiber – When The Time Is Right (Bandcamp) Roseau – Grab, Kwes Rework (Big Dada promo) Levantis – Jamaican (Technicolour) Vai – Ilia Alma Delay (Holger promo) Robert Logan – Cyborg Horn (Slowfoot) Shigeto – Pulse (Ghostly International promo) Gecko […]

A-F-R-O – Definition Of A Rap Flow (Bandcamp Self Release) Pole – Eichelhaeher (Pole Music) Gappy Ranks x Kush Arora – Anything A Anything (Kush Arora) Kush Arora – Delhi Cowboy Riddim (Kush Arora) Roots Manuva – One Thing (Big Dada)

Matthew Halsall & The Gondwana Orchestra – Only A Woman feat. Josephine Oniyama (Gondwana promo) Yatha Bhuta Jazz Combo – Untitled, Afrojazz (All City Records) Ruby Rushton – Sweet Dreams (22A) Milo – Zen Scientist feat. Myka 9 (Ruby Yacht / The Other Hand promo) Segilola – Hurry Along (Health) Silicon – Dope (Weird World) […]

Thomas Ragsdale – The Dales (This Is It Forever promo) Mrs Jynx – Coral Face (Planet Mu) A.Karperyd – Winter Tone (Bandcamp Self Release) Wermonster – Know, They Must (Slow-Fi Monks) N’gaho Ta’Quia – I Ain’t Your (Heard and Felt) Claude – Whoop (Musique Large) Kutiman – Inner Galatic Lovers (Self Release) Fitzroy North – […]

Laura Groves – Friday (Deek) Nostalgia 77 & The Monster – Island In The Sun (Tru Thoughts) Clifford Jordan – John Coltrane (Jazzman) DopeGems – Trust Me (Heavenly Sweetness) Tom Ze – Guindaste A Rigor (Mr. Bongo) J’von & Ackryte – Lawst Sheep Intro (Cascade promo) Dumbo Gets Mad -Indian Food (Bad Panda Records) 9th […]

Another deep jazz cut from Yatha Bhuta Jazz Combo then stirred the show from its slumber and paved the way fro Titts‘ chopped and screwed bassline vibes, which led nicely into some submerged soul from Actress, closely followed by quality beats from Barcelona based Fitzroy North, snagged from his soon to come EP on Tiburoni.

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» […]

A mixed bag this week both stylistically and tempo wise and that’s the way it should be really. F.S. Blumm kicked the show off in pastoral style with a taste of his lovely new album about to drop on one of our favourite labels, Pingipung.

A largely leftfield electronic selection this week kicking off with more Shigeto because, quite frankly, you can’t have too much of Shigeto‘s new album which is on the headphones and on repeat.

So the show is back again after a little Easter sojourn to places more relaxing , where the batteries have been recharged ready for the Autumn workload and release schedule madness.

All over the shop this week kicking off with East of England based Hoofus and a taste of his peculiar musical madness closely followed by Jameszoo and his chopped, twisted and then retwisted blend of jazz and MPC prowess. Myron & E then provided the traditional soul vibes from their great new album on Stonesthrow […]

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 […]

Really happy this week to start the show with some brand new Bilal and to announce he has signed to the good old boys at BBE Records for his new album due out in March and if the first single is anything to go by then we are all in for a big treat. Next up was some jazz from […]

No tiene mucho que ver con la temática de Circuito Virtaul, pero valga la ocasión para anunciar que un entrañable conocido, Raül Pratginestós (DJ Zero), ha iniciado un sello propio. Se llama Fauni Gena, en honor (supongo, habría que perguntárselo) a Tangerine Dream. Empieza con buen pie, publicando los tres primeros álbumes de Igor Wakhevitch, […]