Ash Ra Tempel / Manuel Göttsching – Sunrain – LP – New Age Of Earth – Isadora (1976)
Night Angles – Aerodynamour – 12″ – Aerodynamour – Force Majeure (2011)
D’Marc Cantu – 10x As Strong – 12″ – V/A: The Definition Of Jak The Definition Of Hope – Lux Rec (2011)
Bruce Gilbert – Net In The Feather – CD – The Shivering Man – Editions Mego (2011)
Tiyiselani Vomaseve – Papa Vata Vuya Rini – 12″ – S/T – Honest Jon’s Records (2011)
Nuove Proposte Sonore – Insiemi – LP – Nuove Proposte Sonore 1965-1972 – Die Schachtel (2011)
Art Department Feat. Soul Clap & Osunlade – We Call Love (DJ Harvey Remix) – 12″ – We Call Love – Crosstown Rebels (2011)
Neville Watson – One Four Green – 12″ – Split with Apiento – World Unknown (2011)
Pursuit Grooves – Clueless – 12″ – Frantically Hopeful Sampler – Tectonic (2011)
Gustaph – A Chicken Lips Malfunction! – 12″ – Same Thing – Regalia Recordings (2011)
R/S (AKA Marcus Schmickler & Peter Rehberg) – Chicago I – LP – USA – Pan (2011)
Christophe – The Force (Julio Bashmore Remix) – 12″ – The Force EP – Futureboogie Recordings (2011)
Sir Stephen – Move That Body – 12″ – By Design E.P. – 100% Silk (2011)
LA Vampires featuring Matrix Metals – So Unreal – LP – So Unreal – Not Not Fun Records (2011)
Tag Archives: julio bashmore
Here at Helter Skelter, we haven’t shied away our love for Julio Bashmore. In fact we even invited him over to play in Paris for his first time in early April. Since then, he’s become the major up and coming 2011 producer. That comes of course with many new opportchoonities (Hi Sylvia!), out of which he sometimes failed to deliver. This remix for fellow Bristolian producer/artist Christophe isn’t one of those. Keep the faith high, Julio, as high as the hands can go in the air to this shear beauty of a piano-house choon!
The unbelievable and sad news just came to us that Trish Keenan of Broadcast has died of pneumonia friday jan. 14 at age 42.
We did not expect to start this blog with such a sad news. Broadcast was and still is one of the bands we like the most, some of us following them since the first years. We were always eager to hear any new work and air it. We will miss bitterly Trish and Broadcast.
Still, we’ll continue to highlight and “promote” the fringe music we like in the same fashion we’ve been crusading for the past 15 years or so, and you can be sure it’s not the last you heard of Broadcast alonside the likes of Bernard Parmegiani, This Heat, Bruno Menny, Larry Heard, Monoton, Kid Creole, Conny Plank, Chep Nunez, Tod Dockstader, LFO, Eliott Sharp, Latin Rascals, Don Cherry, Konrad Becker, Arthur Russell, Robert Gordon, Henri Chopin, Mantronix, the Galactic Mothership, Pietro Grossi, Jean Schwarz, B.W.H., Prince, Rodney Bakerr, Nino Nardini, Sabu Martinez, Roland Kayn, Manix, Ralph Lundsten, Konk, Autechre, Eberhard Schoener, John Bender, Mike Dunn, Pierro Umiliani, Jean Cohen-Solal, Derrick May, Patrick Cowley, Todd Terry, Cluster, Transmat, Soundforce, Spoils Of War, Mark Imperial, Seefeel, Ron Hardy, Annette Peacock, Walter Gibons, Stockhausen, Crass, Maurice Joshua, Steve Lacy, NWW, Ennio Morricone, Phoenecia, Cliff Martinez, Falty DL, Dream Frequency, Pram, Frankie Knuckles, Traxx, Michel Portal, Anthony Manning, Roger Sanchez, MK, Mr Lee, Chrome, Farley “Jackmaster” Funk, Roberto Cacciapaglia, Larry Levan, Sheila Jordan, Kenny Dope, Ubangi, Mark E, Patrick Cowley, Hosono, Terry Housemaster Baldwin, Coil, Bo Didley, James Asher, TinMan, Robbie Basho, Lidell Townsell, Julio Bashmore