Eclectronica 6

Bruce Bickerton [aka alucidnation] treats you to some tasty aural morsels from his library of Vinyl, CD & Digital, tonight featuring an hour of tracks by Another Fine Day, followed by tunes from Biosphere, Arovane, Kirsty Hawkshaw and more.


Eclectronica 53

Bruce Bickerton [aka alucidnation] treats you to some tasty aural morsels from his library of Vinyl, CD & Digital, tonight featuring tracks by David Bowie, Depeche Mode, John Martyn, King Creosote, Jon Hopkins and more.


Melodica: DJ Calm X John Beltran

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 – Japanese DJ Calm and American producer John Beltran back to back in the mix.


The Hut 32

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 32 – music from Eyebrow, Shannon Stephens, David Hurn, Coldstream, Dirty Projectors, Stornoway & Grasscut.

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Chiller Cabinet – Chants, Hymns and Dances

The philosopher Georges Ivanovitch Gurdjieff developed his music originally to accompany the dances and movements that he taught to pupils. The sources for his melodies came from music heard in childhood or on his prodigious and now famous travels, documented in the book ( he wrote. A lot of explanation for something so beautifully simple, tonight we play tracks from the album Gurdjieff/Tsabropoulos “Chants, Hymns and Dances”, a beautiful album we love on the show.


The Circle: Adrian Crowley

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 64 – Adrian Crowley – “I have chosen some music that has followed me and kept me company on my travels around Europe these past two years. A lot of that time I spent alone and whenever I was able to relax and not worry about missing my connecting train or flight, I’d put on my headphones and watch the hi-speed view from my forward facing window seat. Sometimes I’d record a few clips of where I was for a moment in time…mostly train stations, I’ll grant you ….and people talking and well, the sound of trains. You can hear some of those sounds here but you may have to listen closely.”

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