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Podcast 201 - James Harrington

This week we take a detour from the dancefloor for something darker, more disorientating and experimental. James has been a contributor to the podcast for some time, having lovingly compiled the excellent Conny Plank podcast back in 2008 and then helping out on the Iannis Xenakis show a while back.

His contribution this time has taken a while to gestate, but good things come to those who wait. It’s a mind-melting journey through noise, a genre of which he is the one person whose knowledge on matters I turn to. This mix is not for the faint-hearted, but if you want to be helplessly sucked into a whirlpool of sound then take a chance.


G*Park - Slow

John Wiese - Circle Snare (Third)

Francis Dhomont - Cartographie Liminaire

Hafler Trio - Blanket Level Approach

Chris Watson & BJ Nilsen - SIGWX

G*Park - Ticr

Zbigniew Karkowski & Damion Romero - 9 Before 9 (Part 2)

Kevin Drumm - We Both Liked The View

Einstuerzende Neubauten - Fiat Lux

Barry Truax - Solar Ellipse

Hafler Trio - A Thirsty Fish (Excerpt)

PXP - Untitled

Keiji Haino - The Reverberation That Pursues Its Own Growing Sparse Memories

MSBR - Mental Dissolution Part 1

John Duncan spoken introduction to Toshiji Mikawa - Radio Code

Kazumoto Endo - Evergreen

Astro - Spica

Masonna - Compilation 1987-1992

Masonna, Rudolf & Dave Phillips - Arschloch-onna (Excerpts)

Government Alpha - Drop

John Duncan - Priority

Norbert Möslang – Distilled

Voice Crack - Colour

Merzbow - This Dying Toad Become Forth With Coal For Colour Black

ERG, MSBR & Das Synthetische Mischgewebe - Stratum 6

MSBR - Yakuza Gothic

Mayuko Hino - Sensory Nerves

Incapacitants - You Said

Maryanne Amacher - A Step Into It, Imagining 1001 Years (Excerpt - Entering Ancient Rooms)

Kommissar Hjuler & Mama Bär - Lauf In Eine Herde

CM Von Hausswolff - Conductor

Francisco Lopez - Wind [Patagonia]

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Reader Comments (3)

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July 7, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterhelmet


July 7, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterGinger Twat

Such a good mix, especially for when you're waiting in a long queue.

July 14, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterPapa Squat

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