En el Mar del Norte

Selección musical por Dettlef Baüer

Esa mañana de febrero, en que el Nautilus surcaba las heladas profundidades del mar del Norte, Nemo a duras penas se levantó… era invierno y los pies le pesaban…

Se miró al espejo y recitó a Bukowski:

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Tormenta en el Nautilus

Texto y Seleccion musical: Natalia Ibañez

Durante semanas anteriores , el Nautilus y sus tripulantes , navegaban en las costas del océano pacifico , sin mas incidentes ,que el encuentro de algunas criaturas marinas , propias del fondo marino , lo cual engaña la monotonía de la ruta . En la cabina de mando,  Nemo , disfruta de la inmensidad oceánica , mientras bebe su Bloody Mary habitual

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P020: Focus on Shifted.

In a little under two years shadowy UK producer Shifted has risen through the ranks to become one of the most recognizable sounds in the new wave of Industrial techno. His tracks combine heavy beats, hypnotic drones and repetition with post-punk’s rough and paranoid image. On Cabeza de Vaca this week we preview four of his tracks as well as play some recent releases from other techno artists.

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Cuando salía a caminar cerca de su barrio, el taxidermista gustaba de entrar en la frutería La campesina y comprar ahí algunas naranjas, durante una de esas compras, la dependienta le ofreció un nuevo producto, castañas confitadas. 

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P019: Swedish electronica and Kontra-Musik special.

Its all about Sweden this week on Cabeza de Vaca. First stop is Ulf Ericsson’s Kontra-Musik label based in Malmö. We revise the labels history and introduce some of the diverse styles and eccentric characters that make up the roster. For the rest of the show we preview some new tracks from some of Sweden’s best female artists and to wrap it all up, we link everything to the life and works of famed director Ingmar Bergman. Only on Cabeza de Vaca and Scanner FM.

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From Detroit to St Germain

The Shelter  inspired in jazz and its influence in all kind of electronic music, first show focused on Detroit. There was different facts that throw me into this:

– The release of the new compilation «We Love Detroit» by Derrick May & Jimmy Edgar.

– The upcoming releasing of Victor Santana & Band new album ( Victor,one of the best techno producers in Spain, with a jazz band)

And after that just some documentaries about The Creation of Techno,Detroit, Underground Resistance, Carl Craig, Herbie Hancock….What you´re about to hear is a set (with some classics) mixed with some speeches of Mike Banks,Derrick May, Richie Hawtin, Victor Santana and another interesting voices….. Everything with a jazz flavour.

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ADR Extra05: Hoy Tadeo

Continuamos consumiendo referencias audiovisuales que nos unen como seres humanos. Cuantas más referencias diferentes consumimos, realizando cursos, navegando por internet, escuchando música, leyendo libros, diarios, viendo la tele…más capacidad de socializar tenemos y más amplitud geográfica abarcamos…  

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P016: Dub techno special.

This week Cabeza de Vaca takes the road less travelled through some of the world’s boutique, outsider and up-and-coming labels to find some of the many hidden treasures of the dub techno scene. Sit back and enjoy a perfect introduction and tribute to some of the specialty and community-based labels that do a lot of hard work, but don´t always get the recognition. For those about to dub, we salute you.

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El Témpano de Kanasaka.

20 Mil Leguas De Viaje Submarino – Un mundo de aventuras musicales-

P.185 – El Témpano de Kanasaka –

Texto ( Extracto): Francisco Coloane

Imagen: Peter Nidzgorski

Programa Comisariado por Miguel Conejeros

El Capitán Nemo se había despertado con mucho dolor de cabeza después de una intensa noche de tabaco, ron y aguardiente junto a sus mas cercanos y apreciados contertulios; y como ya es casi habitual en él en estas situaciones, leyó a su recordado amigo Coloane:

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P015: Long Island Electrical Systems (L.I.E.S.)

Lies, damned lies and Long Island Electrical Systems. For our first program of the new year we take a look at LIES, the outsider house label founded by Ron Morelli in New York that shot to prominence in 2012 for its unexpected and ramshackle approach to electronic music. Liberated, long form tracks are the order of the day with plenty of noise as well as motoric groove.

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P014: 2012 Rewind

Part best-of and part conceptual overview of some of the key moments in electronica in 2012 for the final show of the year. We ask questions about the alliance between industrial and noise with techno, shamanism and magic, touch on playing live, pressing play and the predominance of live vocal performances in electronic music in 2012. For more details and more examples head over to Mind Bomb.

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P011: Rene Pawlowitz special.

A whole program dedicated to the music of German producer Rene Pawlowitz this week. We discuss the significance and context of his three landmark albums as Shed and then compare and contrast one of the tracks from each of his many monikers.   P011: Especial de Rene Pawlowitz   Todo…

P008: Factory Floor and Industrial music special

More questions than answers this week as we open the Pandora’s box that is the place where industrial and noise music collide with techno. A focus on the in-demand UK group Factory Floor is surrounded by some desolate tales from industrial music’s key signifiers: sex, mechanization, work and dehumanization, taking in D.H. Lawrence’s rural England, the small town American nightmare and the Empires forged on Industry.

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