Jesus. It just keeps coming, the shit, doesn’t it? I’ve had to take to muting a couple of key words on the twitterz and facebookz to stop myself falling (even more deeply) into a pit of despair.
Aaaaaaaaaaaaanyway, sometimes you just have to shove one’s head into a bassbin and lose oneself for a while, and I’m here to help you with that. This month’s show starts with Top Pop Princes Kylie Minogue in tribute to my Evening Album Club show featuring her eponymous 1994 album (you can download that show from here if you like).
Then there’s lots of lush electronic biz, a bunch of tracks from the Magnetic Fields opus 50 Song Memoir (a bargain even at its ludicrous price), some excellent techno, and a bunch of classical music. Don’t say you’re not spoiled.
Here’s the stream:
And here‘s the Spotify playlist.
- Kylie Minogue – Confide In Me from Kylie Minogue
- Kelly Lee Owens – Lucid from Kelly Lee Owens
- Tim Burgess and Peter Gordon – Being Unguarded from Same Language, Different Worlds
- Confidence Man (Andrew Weatherall remix) – Bubblegum from Bubblegum (single)
- anarchistwood – Fear is the Mindkiller from Sine On Mr Lovely
- The Magnetic Fields – ’70: They’re Killing Children Over There from 50 Song Memoir
- The Magnetic Fields – ’83: Foxx and I from 50 Song Memoir
- The Magnetic Fields – ’01: Have You Seen It in the Snow? from 50 Song Memoir
- The Magnetic Fields – ’12: You Can Never Go Back to New York from 50 Song Memoir
- Nico Muhly & Valgeir Sigurðsson – Scent Opera from Scent Opera
- Balam Acab – Look from Club Water Discus EP
- Ibibio Sound Machine – The Pot Is On Fire from Uyai
- Blanck Mass – Silent Treatment from World Eater
- Marie Davidson – Planet Ego from Adieux Au Dancefloor
- Slam – Alien Radio (Darren Emerson Mix) from Alien Radio (Remixed)
- Autechre – rale from Quaristice
- sir Was – Heaven Is Here from Digging A Tunnel
- Visible Cloaks feat. Matt Carlson – Neume from Reassemblage
- Belgian Radio and Television Philharmonic Orchestra – Allegro molto from Bartok: Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta, Sz. 106
- Kiri Te Kanawa; Georg Solti: Chicago Symphony Orchestra – 4. Sehr Behaglich from Mahler: Symphony #4