Bruce Bickerton [aka alucidnation] treats you to some tasty aural morsels from his library of Vinyl, CD & Digital, tonight featuring tracks from Kate Bush, Arovane, The American Dollar, Hydrangea, Olafur Arnalds & Nils Frahm and more.
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, enjoy lunch and a swim with Kenneth Bager, the man behind the Music For Dreams label. We’re chatting with him on Niu Blau beach in Ibiza, playing some fresh tunes and discussing the summer seasons past and present.
Welcome to the Hut; a weekly velvety soft sonic celebration brought to you by Arctic Circle Radio. The Hut is a refuge, a cocoon of the finest in new music, spinning a warm glow from the outer-reaches of the snowy wastelands. Presented and produced by Ben Eshmade (with additional sounds and magic from Sone Institute), the Hut is a one-hour transmission from an intensely beautiful musical world.
Edition 65 with music from Automat, Alien Ensemble, A Winged Victory for the Sullen, My Brightest Diamond, Orcas and Ólöf Arnalds.
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Tonight’s mix includes tracks from Echaskech, Jon Hopkins, Goldfrapp, Forest Swords, Portishead and more.
Trunk Records was founded by Jonny Trunk ten years ago and has made a name for itself releases of much sought-after material from scores for cult films such as Deep Throat, Kes, The Wicker Man and George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead. Other releases include soundtracks for cult UK Television series such as The Tomorrow People, UFO, Bod and Vernon Elliot’s much-loved score for The Clangers. So with this decade anniversary comes a 23 track best of CD (all for a fiver) and there are even some unreleased gems to discover. The Chiller Cabinet raises a glass and sings ‘for he’s a jolly good fellow’ to Jonny and all at Trunk Records, nostalgia, cult tv, and library music doesn’t get much better than this….