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Thread: Electronic Meditation on CKCU

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    Member hippypants's Avatar
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    Okay thanks Sean. Always up for good radio.

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    Thanks man. This week's program featured music:

    Neu!, Vangelis, Jean Michel Jarre, Zygoat, YETI, The Band Whose Name Is A Symbol, and more.

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    This week's show:

    I played new music from Tangerine Dream, Mike Oldfield, and Mew.
    I played old music from Can, Fläsket Brinner, and Motorpsycho.
    I played Canadian music from Outer Temple and Sinoia Caves.

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    This week's show featuring a bunch of Berlin School can be heard here:

    Redshift, rmi, Cosmic Hoffmann, Airsculpture, and new Tangerine Dream, all included.

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    Member Emeritus (A.M.P.) rcarlberg's Avatar
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    You should do a show on Syrinx if you haven't already.

    [edit: oops, 5-22-15]

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    Another show this week:

    Featuring Ash Ra Tempel, Harmonia, Amon Düül II, Tangerine Dream, The Olsson Triplet, Syrinx, Mahogany Frog, and the New Pornographers.

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    Last night's program, one I really enjoyed doing:

    Music produced by Klaus Schulze, featuring Far East Family Band, Earthstar, Mickie D's Unicorn, Baffo Banfi, Robert Schröder, Wolfgang Bock, and Clara Mondshine.

    You can listen at the link above.

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    This week's program, all from a record:

    Bernd Kistenmacher, Michael Garrison, The Band Whose Name Is A Symbol, Bruce Haack, Tangerine Dream, and Klaus Schulze, Motorpsycho.

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    The most recent program, all from a cassette:

    Abstract, experimental, ambient, synthy, spacey, electronic music from Element Kuuda, Eff. Dryland, Lightwave, and Alien Planetscapes.

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    No specific theme this week, just some good tunes under the radar:

    Motorpsycho, Mock Duck, Vangelis, Requiem, Riechmann, Delia Gonzalez & Gavin Russom, Tarotplane, Aphex Twin, Piedmont Sorpid, and VROMB. Give 'er a shot!

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    This week's program looked at electronic music in East Germany:

    Reinhard Lakomy, Pond, Tangerine Dream, and an appetizer from Berluc.

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    Boo! walt's Avatar
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    Something you and your listeners may dig.This comp cd arrived with this months issue of The Wire magazine.The performers and most of the pieces are from an electronic music festival called Berlin Atonal.The tracks are from the 2014,2015,and 2016 fests.Most are good, some are outstanding,imo.Here's one of the outstanding tracks,Caterina Barbieri plays Buchla synth and cello.

    Other tracks can be heard on YT.The cd is only available to subscribers to The Wire.
    Last edited by walt; 08-25-2017 at 05:54 AM.
    "please do not understand me too quickly"-andre gide

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    Thanks Walt... will check out when I have a chance.

    Last night's show here:

    Tracks from some of the usual (Amon Duul II, Can, etc.) but also some sweet Michel Moulinie and Lightdreams towards the end for the advanced crowd.

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    Finally had a chance to do my Holger Czukay in memoriam show:

    Plenty of Can obviously, with some focus on tracks that I think are interesting to Czukay in particular (and some others I just wanted to play).

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    Angel Rada retweeted a couple of my old playlists the other night... just when you wonder if you're making a difference *sniff*...

    This show featured seven of his tracks including his then-new EP in its entirety:
    This show featured a track from Impresiones Etnosonicas:

    Both are still available on-demand.

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    I've gone to a weekly schedule for the time being. Last night's show was two hours of "space-rock", subject to whatever arbitrary genre definitions you wish to use :-D.

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    For this week's show, everything comes from a record. New releases from Moths & Locusts, Radiation Flowers, and Lamagaia, and classic tracks from Sensations' Fix, Edgar Froese, and Can.

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