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Modern BehaviorLampshade
“Moonjam” (mp3)
from “Modern Behavior”
(Vinyl Republik)

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After garnering international critical acclaim and selling over 14 million records worldwide, experimental electronic music artist Robert Miles has returned with his new album Th1rt3en, scheduled for US release in February 2011 through his own indie label, S:alt Records. Implementing a progressive blend of electronica, alternative rock, and jazz compositions the album’s reflective experimentations break new ground and are a sonic leap forward from Miles’s previously critically acclaimed predecessors, Organik and Miles_Gurtu. Guest artists on Th1rt3en include Robert Fripp (King Crimson), Dave Okumu (The Invisible), Mike Patto and John Thorne (Lamb).

Toro y Moi, aka South Carolina native Chaz Bundick, released his second album about now. The press release describes the record, Underneath The Pine, as a companion record to the first — Bundick had originally planned to release both in 2010. And this one, unlike Causers Of This features all live instrumentation and no samples. “Still Sound” is much meatier than “Blessa” or any of Causers Of This, this track is also featured on our sister site stereosea.*Nods to his label for granting us play*
Ryan Mauskopr – Spirit Queue Journey – I was wondering round the net looking for cool tunes and stumbled across this tune which Ryan has kindly let me play. Check our his site for other goodness.

Krusht – Interiors – These guys contacted us direct for playage and we can only kindly answer their call. Check out their site for further info.

Comments (0):

  1. Daniel Holguin

    March 6, 2011 at 11:36 pm

    Thanks! That was smooth

  2. Dmitry

    March 10, 2011 at 11:50 am

    Thanks! It was really great! Especially the second track 😉

  3. Scott

    September 19, 2011 at 3:03 am

    Hello, great podcast ! I especially liked the intro song, does someone know its title ?

  4. chillsky

    September 19, 2011 at 6:44 pm

    First track was by Robert Miles. Thanks for listening.


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