Featuring music and interviews with folksy jazz-infused Nostalgia 77 and soul renaissance man Gabriel Garzón-Montano, plus Brazilian pop by Glue Trip, Polish electronics by UKU, and the outerworldly sound of @Peace from New Zealand. We also air new treats from Tiny Isles, Black Milk, and Ingmob.
Deafheaven vocalist George Clarke discusses the personal and artistic mindset the group was in when it made its triumphant and daring new album, New Bermuda (ANTI-). He recalls the band’s early days and offers thoughts on how the quintet has been able to stay focused on its uncompromising musical vision.
I first heard these guys when I mixed a live show they did in London and I had to seek them out -- such raw energy and funk.
Months after getting this it's still on rotation and I still feel like it shifts and morphs into new shapes with every listen. Exquisite.
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An intense listening experience. Rag Chandini Kedar is a place to visit, this is a piece to behold.
Spacey tune, ideal to dive into. Fort Romeau crackin' it.