On the hunt for innovative music, tracing the tangents of sound from current incarnations back to their roots.

Playlist 29/02/08

1. Seems Like It - Briztronix [ Structures Of Canyons / Briztronix]
2. A Little Bit More (Luke Vibert Mix) - Jamie Lidell [ Multiply Additions / Warp]
3. II B. S. (RZA’s Mingus Bounce Mix) - Charles Mingus [ Impulsive! Revolutionary Jazz Reworked / Impulse Records]
4. The Healer - Erykah Badu [ New Amerykah Part One (4th World War) / Motown Records]
5. Shadows of Tomorrow (Flying Lotus Remix) - Madvillain [ Stones Throw]
6. Seqdemo - Samiyam [ unreleased]
7. Making it pay - Dabrye [ Futurism Ain't Shit To Me / Kyo]
8. EVER READY 3MST - Last Zulu [ unreleased ]
9. Jah Bit Invasion - Disrupt [ Jah Bit Invasion EP / Ideology]
10. Middle Man - Benga [ Big Apple / BAM008 ]
11. Magnetic City - Kode 9 [ Box Of Dub / SoulJazz Records]
12. Entering Snake Pass - Galaxy Toobin' Gang [ Galaxy Toobin'/ Creme Organization]
13. This Is How We Walk On The Moon - Arthur Russell [ Another Thought / Orange Mountain]
14. Water Into Wine - Faux Pas [ Entropy Begins At Home / self-released]
15. Fade Away - The New Age Steppers [ The New Age Steppers / On-U Sound]

From Dawn til Dust

The job of making a podcast for chasing the tangent is no easy task. I have really got my work cut out for me hunting down the music makers that are surfing the edge of innovative sound. Starting with a brand new one from Briztronix's (Melb) debut album "Structures of Canyons", we proceed on to the blindingly gorgeous track from Erykah Badu's new album that just came out a couple of days ago, produced in part by Madlib. We have a Flying Lotus remix of Madvillain, exclusive tracks from Samiyam (LA) and Last Zulu (New York), and glide on through a couple of electro infused dubstep tracks. I tracked down some rare and dusty cuts from Galaxy Toobin Gang, the New Age Steppers and Arthur Russell to finish up.

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gpr said:
hey there
L.O.V.E your sets. no one else in this office does but hey, i figure they need some musical reprogramming so.... pfft to them.
appreciations and regards from vigo (spain)
ciao
ben eltham said:
hey sofie thanks for spinning Briztronix

much props


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