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The Circle: Circle of Sleep (Isnaj Dui)

Brought to you by Arctic Circle Radio, the Circle takes you on a one-hour journey based on the most simple and significant of shapes. Every Circle is unique; formed from a guest curator’s musical landscape and they all share the same revolutionary quality: each one ends at the point where it began.

Edition 32 – Isnaj Dui – Circle of Sleep

An hour long circular portrait of sleep starting off in an awake state, drifting through the four stages of sleep and then gradually waking up. Inspired by a friend’s comment about being lulled to sleep by the gentle tones of Isnaj Dui’s work this piece ends where it began, exploring dreams and sleep along the way.

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Eclectronica 20

Bruce Bickerton [aka alucidnation] treats you to some tasty aural morsels from his library of Vinyl, CD & Digital, tonight featuring a special mix by Stuart Nisbet and tracks by Bert Jansch, Mass, John Martyn, Steve Tibbets and more.

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Melodica: Gliding

Chris Coco’s award winning weekly radio broadcast. An eclectic selection of brilliant new music starting with house and moving on to electronica, downtempo, acoustic and all sorts of other styles loosely connected to dance and electronic music. Let tastemaker Chris Coco guide you through his selection of the week’s best new music.

This episode – it’s all about then and now, music from the past and the future blending and melding into a gliding soundtrack for today.

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The Circle: Mix by Quite Clicky

Brought to you by Arctic Circle Radio, the Circle takes you on a one-hour journey based on the most simple and significant of shapes. Every Circle is unique; formed from a guest curator’s musical landscape and they all share the same revolutionary quality: each one ends at the point where it began.

Edition 30 – Mix by Quite Clicky (David Hemingway)

Lighthouse Keepers haven’t always been well regarded. The first were considered to be interfering with the opportunity to plunder from ships that had been shattered upon rocks. Nevertheless, the ebbs and flows of the following mix are intended as a tribute (of sorts) to the profession, though in the UK at least they’ve long since been made redundant: when the final manned lighthouse at North Foreland, Kent was automated in 1998, it brought this honourable role to an end.

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