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

Playlist 9/04/09

1. Sun Behind the Clouds - Ras G & The Afrikan Space Program [ Brotha From Anotha Planet / Brainfeeder]
2. Deep Blaque - Dr Who Dat? [ Beat Journey / Lex]
3. Your Summer Song - Exile [ Radio / Plug Research]
4. The Offbeat - FlyamSam [ Classics A Journey Into Future / Rbk Germany]
5. Conglomerate - Julien Dyne [ Pins & Digits / FTC + Wonderful Noise]
6. Payroll (Paul White's Clean Dub) - Tranqill [ Funnybones / Payroll /]
7. Ghetto Sci-Fi - Ras G & The Afrikan Space Program [ Ghetto Sci-Fi / Poo-Bah Records]
8. Epiphany - Computer Jay [ Distance / Epiphany Ramp Recordings]
9. Push Up - Pursuit_Grooves [Cinnaman & Jay Scarlett Pres Beat Dimensions Vol1 / Rush Hour]
10. Aquarium - Nosaj Thing [ Views/Octopus EP / Self Released]
11. Time Wars - Paul White [ One Eye Open EP / One Handed Music]
12. Tesla Discoverer - Tesla Sonic [ Hidden Secret Space EP / Minimal Rome ]
13. Falling Away (feat. Steve Spacek) - Harmonic 313 [ When Machines Exceed Human Intelligence / Warp]
14. Ghetto Dreaming - Dr Who Dat? [ Beyond 2morrow / Lex]
15. Welcome - Koushik [ Out My Window / Stones Throw]
16. Is Music - Dwight Trible [ Love Is The Answer / Ninja Tune]
17. 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover - Platinum Pied Pipers [ Triple P Instrumentals / Ubiquity]
18. San Pedro Cactus - Exile [ Radio / Plug Research]
19. Spirits - Julien Dyne [ Pins & Digits / FTC + Wonderful Noise]

This fortnights show derives its name from the new album by Ras G & the African Space Program "Brotha from Anotha Planet". It's the first time Ras G has featured on Chasing the Tangent so we will also hear a track from the previous Ras G album "Ghetto Sci-Fi". Featured also this episode is new tracks by Paul White, Computer Jay, and Tranqill.

We also hear two tracks from Exile's new album "Radio", two from the forthcoming album from Julien Dyne "Pins & Digits" and one from Harmonic 313's album "When Machines Exceed Human Intelligence".

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