October 7, 2014

1976 disco produced by Tom Moulton by the band Touch starts off this show on good feet. That feeling is continued in the next two tracks, when Floating Points take us in a new broken beat direction. We return on a disco/re-edit track with Riccio, before Ruf Dug gets a bit abstract and Pat Les Stache breaks out the wah-wah petal. The African sound flirted with by Pat Les Stache blooms in Auntie Flo (and several others in part 2), then we get lost deep in the jungle with Jose Manuel in the most pleasing way he does. Listen to part 2 and make your own summary – be assured it fits in exactly with the feel of part 1.

Twisted Soul Collective

Listen to this show – Part Two appears further down the page

Artist Song Release Label
Touch Energizer The Message From Brunswick Ultra-Vybe
Twisted Soul Collective Do A&R Edits Vol. 7: Do A&R Edits
Terrence Parker Your Love DownTown Sounds Classics Volume 3 Fatty Fatty Phonographics
Floating Points Sparkling Controversy Sparkling Controversy Eglo Records
Riccio Put Some Love In Your Life Editorial 10 Editorial
Ruf Dug Ruffy’s Day Out Magnetic Atmosphere It’s A Lectric World
Pat Les Stache The Spirit Rides Again The Spirit Rides Again Kojak Giant Sounds
Auntie Flo La Samaria Future Rhythm Machine Huntleys & Palmers
Jose Manuel Samsara (Original) Samsara It’s A Lectric World

Artist Song Release Label
Jose Manuel Samsara (Original) Samsara It’s A Lectric World
Issa Bagayogo Filaw (Soft Rocks Remix) Black Rox 1 Black Rox Brighton
Amadou & Mariam Ce N’est Pas Bon (JD Twitch edit) Ce N’est Pas Bon (JD Twitch edit) Autonomous Africa
Space:tricks India World Series One Stupid Human Music
DJ Nature & Kuniyuki Groove Chase (Kuniyuki Ver.) DJ Nature & Kuniyuki EP Soundofspeed
MadDisco Sugar Free MadDisco Edits Vol 5 Maddisco
Red Axes Chew The Gun Highlife Vol 4 Highlife Edits

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