May Eleventh

Really happy with this show, got a chance to play some new stuff I’ve been listening to lately as well as some older favourites! 

Rodion G.A.- Citadela
No UFOs- Symbolic Demarcation at 450ms
Dariush Dolat Shahi- Hur
oMMM- Continuum
Russell Haswell- In Memorium of Elph
Cute Heels- Spiritual
DMX Krew- Spook Show
Luke Eargoggle- Data Judit
Portion Control- Defend
Doris Norton- Norton Apple Software
Legowelt- Dimension Door
Der Zyklus- Jersey Gliss
Bran Flakes- Musical Computer
Duet Emmo- Heart of Hearts

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May Fourth

Ekoplekz- Daytron Romance
Headcore- ’21
Ninos Du Brasil- Novos Misterios
Ekoplekz- Soviet Drum Brain Attack
Lucifer (Mort Garson)- The Ride of Aida
Keith Seatman- Old Pepperbox
Brood Ma- Delphi Pond
Romvelope- Catomountain
Nico Motte- Morning Mist
Haujobb- Little World (Cute Heels Remix)
The Exaltics- Vier


oMMM Album Launch Party with Cherrystones and Debonair

Upcoming! A night of experimental electronics to celebrate the Album Launch of oMMM’s Parallel Lines Converge, a vinyl release due out in May on the new Alien Jams label. Cherrystones will be joining the festivities with a special live set, while Debonair (NTS) and Alien Jams djs will be playing their favourite records.

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Edmund Davie’s oMMM project ventures yet deeper into the murky realms of cassette experimentation, with his latest release, Parallel Lines Converge. Cassette collage and drum machine rhythms are channeled through a trusty four track, sounds that seem to belong to some distant cosmological order. Noise synths and casiotone are drenched in tape hiss, rising to intoxicating proportions, adding yet another hazy veil to oMMM’s work. With as much attention paid to eerily buzzing soundscapes as overloaded drum sequences, Parallel Lines Converge navigates a vast expanse of sonic no-man’s land, all the while teetering on the brink of madness.


Where to start? Cherrystones has built a reputation for his DJing abilities along with expert music knowledge and production intuition, and he has also released his own music on labels like Brutal Music and (as Godsy) on Whatever We Want. Expect a set tailor made for the night, perhaps less drum- led than some of his previous work, though still rhythmically inclined. The set will partly rely on improvisation, an audiovisual performance embracing fluid textures that overlap correlated colours and washes.

DEBONAIR (NTS/ Linear Space)-

“Debi Ghose connects the musical dots, with a particular fetish for post-punk, techno and vintage electronica.” Her excellent radio show has become a staple on NTS, with consistent selections, and past guest mixes from Astro.Dynamics, Scott Wilson and Night School Records. Among her various dj appearances, Debonair also takes part in a monthly Linear Space residency alongside Alien Jams.


£4 advance /£5 door

Alien Jams with Howlround

Latest show with Howlround, including a mini interview about half way through.

A few words from Robin…

“We took the opportunity to road-test some brand new material from our as-yet-completely-unfinished next release, and indeed a sizeable chunk of airtime was given over to brand new works fresh off the spools, plus at least one new piece that will probably never be heard or referenced ever again. It’s something of a departure from our previous LPs, but we think it fits into the Howlround niche quite nicely. Dig in, won’t you?”

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The next Howlround gig will be at Power Lunches on Wednesday the 7th of May as part of an evening hosted by Soft Bodies Records

Hope you enjoy this week’s podcast including new music from Howlround, John Baker, FCC Judd, Henk Badings, and lots more!