Monthly Archives: December 2011

30/12/2011 Playlist

One more year, and we more or less managed to keep them shows coming, and tyhis website almost up to date, with detailed playlists. Please continue to show us your support as it is the best fuel there is ! Cheers and have wonderfull New Year’s Eve!

Bertrand Delanowave & Helpimacop

Spectrum It’s Alright – 12″ – Indian Summer – Silvertone (1993)

Gerd Palm Leaves (Mr Fingers Afropsycojungledub Mix) – 12″ – Remixes – Royal Oak (2011)

NicuriRGNAarious – 12″ – V/A Exchange Place : Rhythm Piranhas – Strength Music Recordings (2010)

Ellen FullmanWoven Processional – LP – The Long String Instrument – Apollo Records (1985)

Unknown (Les Peuls)Ewli Jambe – LP – V/A Le Mali Du Fleuve – Musicaphon (197?)

PhoeneciaTwo Part Invention For Bodhran & Computer – 12″ – Good Men Bones – Schematic (2011)

Leo Anibaldi – Fusion 1 – 2X12″ – Aeon – ACV (1994)

Harley GaberThe Winds Rise In The North – LP – The Winds Rise In The North – Titanic (1976)

T La RockBack To Burn (Annihilate) (Long Version) – 12″ – Back To Burn (Annihilate) – Fresh Records (1986)

The Main StemMissing Casket – 2XLP – Electric Church – Lipservice (2011)

I:Cube – Lucifer En Discothèque – 12″ – Lucifer En Discothèque EP – Versatile (2011)


Track of theDay #32

A french musicien and technician active throughout the 60ies, 70ies and early 80ies, Guy Boyer is mostly known for his work with a variety of french mainstream singers such as Guy Béart, Antoine or Jeanne Moreau, but he also worked with Igor Wakhévitch and Cortex. He also recorded an odd lot of library records which span a large spectrum, but a few cuts dewell into weirdo electronica, such as our track of the day!

Cheers,

Bertrand Delanowave


Track of the Day #31

In the past 2 or 3 years, a unknown alien race has been visting our planet. We already knew about the drexciyan people and their sparse visits to the surface, it now seems that the Exaltics have also taken an interest in humans. Bringing their message and analysis in a similar fashion to the drexciyan people, their language is actually quite similar and shouldn’t sound too alien to the listners familiar with the deep sea dwellers.

Cheers,

Bertrand Delanowave


Track of the Day #30

This year has seen us grooving to the likes of Majeure, Umberto, Xander Harris and a couple of likeminded artists. French Zombie Zombie even released an album of John Carpenter covers! I just wanted to remind the few who didn’t know that Alan Howarth played a major role in this whole horror movie synth music by being the true musician at Big John’s side. I know it’s Christmas time and we should be cheerfull, but a recent finnish movie reminded me there could be a huge dark side the this time of the year, so let’s celebrate this with the ultimate slasher music, and one of the most creepy if a little non-sensical movie of the 80ies

Cheers,

Bertrand Delanowave


Track of the Day #29

Every once in a while you come across a tune or an artist you don’t know what to make of. Visionist is such a case. Little is known about this Brixton bass music producer, but I would bet 2012 will see his profile rise far above its 2011 state. With his extremely tight and oblique time signatures, he now fronts what we’ll casually call Drunkstep over here! And who doesn’t like a little booze in their dancing?!

Cheers,

Bertrand Delanowave


Track of the Day #28

Let’s dwell in the past for a change. After all that heavy eating and drinking, some of us have to go back to work or shores, so I thought I’d post something mellow. Eddy Louis is an awesome french keyboardist who started out in the 60ies and went on to work on great spiritual jazz with the french avant garde. His opening album was a marvelous affair of global music, out of which comes this take on a classic french trad song, “Colchiques dans les prés“, well worth the expensive price of this gemm of a wax.

Cheers,

Bertrand Delanowave


Track of the Day #27

This summer came out a little 10″ with a coupla nice romantic bass tunes. I was familiar with the name Lorca, but then I realized it was a newbie, and that was for the better since I never associated the former with quality. Well it seems I had good instincts on this one since with this new excerpt from an upcoming release, nu Lorca will hopefully become a significant player in 2012.

Merry X-Mas to you all!

Cheers,

Bertrand Delanowave