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Sleepwalker (Music)

Electronic, New, avant garde, jazz, world, hip hop, Funk, independent.

Thu May 24th 2018 6.00am–8.00am

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Time zone: mountain


John Roberts “Wrecked”
from Spill (BRUNETTE EDITIONS 2018)


Black Moth Super Rainbow “We Might Come Back”
from Panic Blooms (Rad Cult 2018)


Skee Mask “Flyby VFR”
from Compro (Ilian Tape 2018)


Kinlaw “2nd Cave”
from Corfe - EP (No Corner 2018)


Ruxpin “Those Feelings”
from Fields of View (Sun Sea Sky Productions 2018)


BaDow “Unknown Magnet”
from Badmash Mixtape (self 2018)


Nu Guinea “Parev' Ajere”
from Nuova Napoli (The Pusher Digital 2018)


Ras G & The Afrikan Space Program “The Great Return (racing seed)”
from Stargate Music (Leaving Records 2018)


Second Woman “Instant I”
from Instant/Apart (Tresor 2018) —Turk Dietrich, in the drone duo Belong, who just announced a reissue. The other, Josh Eustis, is undergoing a minor renaissance as Telefon Tel Aviv. They were brought together by their home city of New Orleans, an American gothic backdrop that reveals no


John Maus “I want to Live”
from Addendum (Ribbon Music 2018) —Ph.D. in political philosophy


Jjakub “City and Countryside”
from I Did Right (Seagrave 2018)


Lucrecia Dalt “Analogue Mountains”
from Anticlines (RVNG Intl. 2018) —An anticline is a fold in the landscape caused by tectonic plates squeezing together stratified rock. As Lucrecia Dalt, who worked as a geotechnical engineer in her native Colombia, explained to the Wire recently: "In an anticline, you have the old strata


John Roberts “Spill” (BRUNETTE EDITIONS 2018) —Trumpet - Peter Evans Double Bass - Maxwell Sterling Recording (Trumpet) - Christopher Botta Recording (Double Bass) - Maxwell Sterling


Gábor Lázár “Unfold” (The Death of Rave 2018) —Gábor Lázár mutates 2-step, grime and electro prisms with economic yet ravishing effect on Unfold, his solo début LP proper for The Death of Rave. Following an acclaimed split LP with Mark Fell ( which was deployed to stunning effect in Aphex Twin’s live


A.A.L (Against All Logic) “I Never Dream”
from 2012 - 2017 (Other People 2018) —Nicolas Jaar lets loose a surprise release of sample-heavy cuts both bolder and more refined than his early club tracks.


Ras G & The Afrikan Space Program “The Nector of Stargate (taste)”
from Stargate Music (Leaving Records 2018) —Stargate Music, his 11th release on Leaving Records, is dedicated (or “livicated,” according to Ras G’s terminology) “to the the Vagina, The Stargate.”


Pablo's Eye “Amb 7”
from Spring Break (STROOM 〰 2018) —“Pablo’s Eye is the science of studio pressure, when engineer becomes artist. Appropriating left and right as well as front and back, Pablo’s Eye uses the mixing desk to examine and exhaust the possibilities of moments.


Leya “Swoon”
from The Fool (NNA Tapes 2018) —NNA is honored to present ‘The Fool,’ the debut album from NYC-based duo LEYA. Violinist Adam Markiewicz (The Dreebs) and harpist Marilu Donovan have succeeded in creating an incredibly original sound for their project. They combine modernity and antiquit


Meyers “Ambient Role Play (End)”
from Struggle Artist (Shelter Press 2018)


Jan Jelinek “Hubert Fichte, your journey through life has been full of twists and turns. Please tell us when and where this journey began!”
from Zwischen (Faitiche 2018)


Laraaji “Ocean Flow Zither (Photay Remix)”
from Sun Transformations (All Saints 2018) —This collection leans heavily towards the L.A. beat scene, one of which it could be said Laraaji is quietly opening a new wing of with his releases for Leaving Records and recent work with scene figurehead Carlos Nino. Sun Transformations connects the new

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