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Melodica: Ibiza beach session

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… a super Balearic selection that starts on the beach and end in an after hours. New Music from Daphni, Oneohtrix Point Never, Todd Terje, Bonobo and Afterlife.

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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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The Hut 52

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 52 with music from Andrew Bird, Herons!, Hannah Cohen, Sweet Lights, Dictaphone and Chris Watson.

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Chiller Cabinet – Philip Glass

I stole this from Last.fm as I couldn’t find the original show info. It’s basically a selection of some fine Philip Glass moments.

Philip Glass music is frequently described as minimalist, though he prefers to describe himself as a composer of “music with repetitive structures”. He is considered to be one of the most influential composers of the 20th century, and is described by his biographer, Tim Page, as “the first composer to win a wide, multi-generational audience in the opera house, the concert hall, the dance world, in film and in popular music — simultaneously.”

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The Hut 41

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 41 with music from North Sea Radio Orchestra, Bill Ryder-Jones, Tasseomancy, Rebelski, Jon Bilbrough and Neverest Songs.

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