May 2, 2017

One of the best examples ever of chilled out disco from Italy’s Blue Gas, a meditative Mark Van Hoen (Locust) track, exotic Ali Kuru, then Belgian/Congolese duo Denis Mpunga and Paul K. precede some tasteful re-edits. The set ends riotous with John Cale, but after following Video Liszt and NYC’s The Dance that makes sense.

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

Artist Song Release Label
Hawklords Free fall 25 Years On Atomhenge
Karpov Not Kasparov Choose Your Colour Gipsy Dark (Mehmet Aslan remix) Gipsy Remixes (Khidja & Mehmet Aslan) Fleeting Wax
Alien Alien feat Igino Bella L’Estate (Naduve Remix) Perfidia Malka Tuti
Blue Gas Shadows From Nowhere (Manu Archeo ‘There are shadows because there are hills’
extended edit)
Shadows From Nowhere Best Record Italy
Mark Van Hoen A Glimmer of Forgotten Ancestors The Last Flowers from The Darkness Medical
Ali Kuru Mandari Mandari Leng Records

Artist Song Release Label
Ali Kuru Mandari Mandari Leng Records
Denis Mpunga & Paul K. Dou-Niya Criola Music From Memory
Universo Umhlaba Trans Afryka EP Transatlantyk
Twice & Volcov Volcov Take Takes Tomah
DJ Steve Gadaafs (DJ Steve edit) Who the F*ck is DJ Steve Love On The Rocks
Video Liszt Shutter’s Shudders Ektakrom Killer Medical
The Dance Into The Black In Lust Statik
John Cale Mercenaries (Ready for War) Mercenaries (Ready for War) IRS

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