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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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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Audio Texture Radio Show – February 25, 2012

Sublime deep house kicked off this weeks show courtesy of Isolee and the «Allowance» title track from their new EP which led nicely into the Max Sedgeley like tones of Inch-time and «Time Of The Fire» before Mara TK hit us with some spiritual vibes from way down or New Zealand to be precise. Neve Naive then kept the vibes deep but with a dark undertone before the sugary soul of Inc. cut in with «Angel» the highlight of their pleasant new album on 4AD.

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Audio Texture Radio Show – February 18, 2013

Electronic soul started this weeks show with the voiceless, late night vibes from the forthcoming Simple EP on Apollo before Lapalux and Kaytranda threw down some lovely vocals over deeper than deep beats. Sweatson Klank then turned the airwaves blue with the single from his forthcoming EP on Project Mooncircle before Teleseen dropped the deep, underground tropical flavour from his new LP due out soon on 100% Silk which has been on repeat recently. Next up was the return of a little Portico Quartet/SBTRK action  before Nosaj Thing ably demonstrated, as did DJ Rashad last week that just because a song is 160BPM doesn’t mean it can’t have soul.

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Audio Texture Radio Show – February 11, 2013

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 a fantastic new compilation on Heavenly Sweetness who have managed to unearth some incredible, forgotten, jazz gems from various dusty French vaults. BJ Smith then provided a stellar version of the Mos Def classic, «Umi Says» which led nicely into a modern day French future underground classic with the debut single fromThe Mardo Bump Society and for sure it’s got the Bump.

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Audio Texture Radio Show – February 4, 2013

So Heidi Vogel starts off the show in super deep Brazilian jazz style with a little taste of her forthcoming album coming on Far Out. Mo Kolours then laid down the  down and dirty vibes with the sleazy, tropical delights of «Bomptious» which led nicely into the beats and big band jazz fusion of Mark De Clive-Lowe and a whole heap of Dutch jazz musicians. Then came a taste of blog, Moovmnt‘s, debut release as they take the leap from the written word to the musical note in fine style with an album of deep soul, jazz vibes courtesy of Vincent Helbers aka Flowriders and now aka Seravince.

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Audio Texture Radio Show – January 21, 2013

So another largely soulful, jazz flavoured show again this week kicking off with Headnodic from Crown City Rockers and his hip hop flavoured vintage fusion vibes which led nicely into the, equal parts sad and beautiful, «The Fall» from Rhye – great video as well. Daedelus then provided a taste of his free download EP he produced for the Scion A/V project and very nice it as well. This led nicely into up and coming, Lisbon based, producer DJ Izem and a glimpse of his new EP before Empt showed his talents by remixing Long Arm for the new deluxe version reissue of last years album, The Branches.

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Audio Texture Radio Show – January 14, 2013

So after a bit of a hiatus in the radio show at the end of the year we are glad to be back and spreading the musical word again. Azymuth got the show off to a fine fusion start with a track from the reissue of their classic album Light As A Feather which amazingly sold 500,000 copies in 1979 and spent 8 weeks in the UK top 20. The reissue will probably sell about 500 and the thought of its jazz fusion joys entering the UK mainstream charts are laughable, how times change. Greg Foat then carried on the jazz fusion vibe with a track from their great new album dropping round about now on Jazzman records. The first great discovery of 2013 has arrived in the shape of Lycoriscoris a young Japanese producer with a great debut album of deep electronica with some soothing jazz flavours and a great listen start to finish.

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