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Waxing Satellite .❍.

Sound satellites spinning out, we never wane.

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In the recent northern summer I spent time living on a boat around the industrial Dutch port of IJmuiden.
This is what my ears & co. routinely ingested.

TRACKLIST:

‘Rain Down’ by Al Dobson Jr., from Sounds from the Village Vol.1 

‘eyedrops’ by beatslave, a single track

‘Afro Quarters’ by Mo Kolours, from Mo Kolours

‘KIAI’ by 食品まつり aka foodman, from DRUM DESU

‘穴を掘れ(GORGE MIX)’ by HEY高橋, from Eviltoronics #2

‘Ghetto Gorge In Gorge Valley’ by Hanali, from End Gorge EP

‘ONENEOE(draft)’ by Hasji, a single track

‘roots jam #4′ by Bismuth, from faktoria compilation 2013

‘I Don’t Wanna Answer (Vocal version) (Bonus)’ by Seven Davis Jr., from The Lost Tapes Vol.1

‘Pilgrim and the Stars’ by Cave Circles, a single track

【This is a 10 TRXS MIX of sorts】

- br_dge WS .❍.

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@peace where i come from

 

Alongside the superbly exciting news that @peace are running a limited vinyl press of their revered album @Peace and the Plutonian Noise Symphony, the dudes have also released the most fittingly rooted ‘Where I Come From’.

“but, I like it better where the bus is always late…”

The track has got my own heart pining ever-homewards – to the home city in discussion – though the track’s sensibility is something we can all get down with, in a real sense.

A tour of “the majestic nation of Aotearoa” for the wax release has also been announced for October, with Louis Knuxx in support, for those Cloudians who do such things.

Vinyl preorders, limited to fifty pieces, are up right about now, no doubt for a similarly limited time – before they’re all just out there. So, yes.

 

 – br_dge WS .❍.

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Waxing Satellite .❍. Radio Show 3614 by Waxing Satellite .❍. on Mixcloud

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“Going by last week, and not having put up last week’s podcast – I can’t promise anything…”

Dan Shake – ‘Thinkin
Nikes – ‘Elevated
Hanali – ‘10 Years Or 100 Years
Queens D. Light – ‘California Wildflower
Jeremiah Jae – ‘The Heat
New Flavour Unit – ‘Disco Diamonds
Grape God – ‘MURK TRONUGUT (feat. Blossom & Uno)
Assault Suits – ‘Statue Cathalogue (It Finds Its Own Uses)
OVVL – ‘Icewolf Awakening
Queens D. Light – ‘Supreme Flavors
Winnie Runnells – ‘You Don’t Know What Love Is’ (ᵮ)
Spooks – ‘Swindley’s Maracas’ (ᵮ)
The Icypoles – ‘Babies
Warpaint – ‘Disco//very (Richard Norris Remix)’
食品まつり aka foodman – ‘Beats ahe ahe
Crocodiles – ‘Mirrors (Tom Furse Remix)’
HANZ – ‘Rust (Homage)
LCD Soundsystem – ‘Beat Connection (Disco Dub Version)’

(ᵮ) = Face Value: unheard gems, or duds, you will find out with us…

 

{D/L of WS .❍. Radio Show 3614}

 

- WS  .❍.

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Flying Lotus has released a more taunting, albeit juicer, soupçon of the afterlife/his forthcoming album You’re Dead!.

The sumptuous video, drawn by Shintaro Kago and animated by Brainfeeder’s own Strangeloop, is all you could hope from a brief taste of a “shamanic pilgrimage into the psychedelic unknown of the infinite afterlife”, and all at beyond-bop speed.

Flylo’s official Tumblr has more visual dead(!)-ness for you, should you possibly need more. Which you should. Exploring post-mortality is what we’re all here for after all.

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You’re Dead! is out October 6/7 on Warp – if you’re still around then. 

- br_dge WS .❍.

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NO, ON, ECHOES ETC.

Wayniac Mondays are already three glorious weeks in, and I’ve started thinking children should be reading/listening to Jonwayne’s word as part of their literature quota each week in school.
I mean new works every week? Just in time for the start of the week?
I think the dude and Stones Throw are onto something there.

Anyways this week’s ‘Echoes’ carries on this proud tradition of wondrous quality.

 

And Gangster Doodles’ covers continue to be elegant.

(Also, catch Jon’s Doom-laden Special Herbs Medley from earlier last month for bonus groove times.) And tune in next Mon… etc. etc.

- br_dge WS .❍.

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WARM, a side-project of WS favourite Gap Dream (aka Gabriel Fulvimar) is essentially an example of top notch synth nerdery. Fulvimar’s latest WARM release, Low Frequency Dude (He’s A) features everything you could ever ask for to that effect: he arpeggiates, oscillates, modulates delays and freaks out. It even gets a bit krauty with some live drums on tracks like ‘My Body’, which sees some serious filter action.

 

I don’t really have much more to say about it, it’s just really really rad and satisfying to listen to. ‘Some Have It, Some Don’t’ in particular is a track which warms (ha) my heart.

 - CARL WS  .❍.

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Count Bass D – the man with a flow like smoked butter – took his journey to Cologne and has bubbled back out with an EP of consummate material for all the heads. Recorded during a two week stint in and out of Treehouse Studio with Twit One, Retrogott and Lazy Jones, the record is a true session inside a critical craft.

“My music is introverted, so it doesn’t matter if I decide move to Cologne or if I lived in Indonesia…” (Count Bass D)

Most certainly peep this splash! Mag short documentary that was filmed alongside the recording time. The Count discusses rap music’s move into sound design and the contemporary quandary of using a laptop and software like an instrument (“By the time that they start to get familiar and comfortable with it – the new update comes out… More people are more concerned with workflow than they are with the actual music…”), hip-hop culture as religion and its relationship with modern rap.

THE COUNT IN COLOGNE

Orders for the record are going from the Melting Pot Music online store right now, so go on ’n get it.

 - br_dge WS .❍.

 

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