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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.”

http://www.adriancrowley.com

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The Circle: mix by ISAN

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 29 – Mix by ISAN: the mix seems to have themed itself around water, which is appropriate, and williams, which may not be. It features a handful of unreleased isan tracks – the first and last are from a remix compilation which will be released on simon scott’s kesh label around october, “lop helston conceit” is specially composed for arctic circle and the bubbly blue and green festival, and “device” is take from “fire damage”, our new album due out in june on morr music. other than that, it’s just tunes we love, all of which are heartily recommended for listening on a windswept and deserted beach.

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The Circle: Zdeněk Liška / Gurun Gurun Mix

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 52 – Zdeněk Liška Mix (by Gurun Gurun) – Zdeněk Liška (16 March 1922 – 13 August 1983) was a Czech composer who produced a large of number film scores across a prolific career. He was very relevatory in development of experimental electronic music, composed for several movies from the beginning of his work that started in the 1950s, and thrilled in using unique sound sources. To celebrate what would have been his 90th birthday Arctic Circle Radio is proud to bring you this selection of his work, kindly mixed and compiled by Jara Tarnovski of Gurun Gurun.

www.gurunas.net
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zden%C4%9Bk_Li%C5%A1ka
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The Circle: Ben Eshmade

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 25 – Mix by Ben Eshmade: with a backlog of beautiful music I thought it was about time I put together a circle mix. Listen out for some exclusive material from Sone Institute, Ted Barnes and Katzgraben and new releases from Inch-time, Charlie Alex March and Mark Beazley (Rothko).

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The Circle: Transept

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 58 – Transept – “We put the mix together ‘back-to-back’, using Ableton Live and Dropbox. We each took turns to react to the previous track, but with a view to returning to the start point by the end. I guess they largely reflect what we were listening to individually at the time. Weirdly, putting it together kind of felt like a really long improvisation…”

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The Circle: Lucy Claire

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 67 – Lucy Claire – “Here are a collection of my favourite pieces of music written for, inspired by or associated with dance and movement. For the last year I have been collaborating with choreographer Imogen Bland on a piece called Moon and Yew. It features immersive classical music, glitchy experimental electronics and soundscapes, beautiful yet dissonant with an unerringly sinister edge making way for a tale of isolation, ritual and struggle through dance. I have selected here a few pieces that I particularly love. Enjoy!”

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The Circle: James Brewster

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 51 – Electro-acoustic cafe Mix – Sound artist and barista James Brewster presents a mix based around his ‘Electro-acoustic cafe’ project – a combined espresso-bar and sound installation. His Circle mix is bookended by two live recordings of processed milk frothing, from performances in Malmo, Sweden a few months apart. Inbetween these two appearances Brewster took the project to various festivals around Europe, and the tracks in the mix are selections from the music he was listening to during these trips.

www.fragment-cafe.com

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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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