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A selection of records that are definitely not by the Italian prog-funk group Goblin.
Leftfield pop which quotes leftfield classical music, plus Robert Wyatt sings John Cage.
The Quietus' editor John Doran shines a light on the genre mash-up of punk-jazz.
Marcus O'Dair talks to Stuart about how the legacy of The Incredible String Band lives on.
Radio 3's Fiona Talkington joins Stuart for a round-up of releases from ECM New Series.
Stuart takes fans of the Freakzone on an extended journey into the weird and wonderful.
Stuart explores classic video game soundtracks with 6 Music's Henrie Rowlatt.
Celebrating the 70th birthday of Manfred Eicher, founder of the iconic European label ECM.
John Doran from The Quietus shares his favourite jazz tracks with a heavy metal influence.
Huw Stephens joins Stuart to share a selection of new leftfield Welsh music.
Andy Votel joins Stuart to take a sideways glance at the Virgin Records legacy.
Stuart Maconie introduces you to some little known krautrock.
Jonny Trunk joins Stuart to discuss American homemade records.
Barry Hogan, founder of All Tomorrow's Parties, joins Stuart.
Folk artist Sam Lee is Stuart's guest, presenting his take on the power ballad.
Musician Graham Massey joins Stuart to explore the freaky side of Todd Rundgren.
John Doran, editor of The Quietus, talks Stuart through post-black metal.
Fiona Talkington joins Stuart with a selection of Icelandic records.
Marcus O'Dair looks at Bowie's songwriting with some suitably freaky cover versions.
Rob Young, author of Electric Eden, tells Stuart the story of Mighty Baby.
Wire magazine writer Anne Hilde Neset joins Stuart with some records.
Stuart presents a selection of records by artists who chose to conceal their identities.
Andy Votel joins Stuart to explore music from films starring actor Donald Pleasance.
Jonny Trunk shares his favourite records by French soundtrack composer Vladimir Cosma.
Stuart chooses a selection of tracks from the progressive 1970s Canterbury Scene.
Henrietta Rowlatt joins Stuart to talk influential math rock from Louisville, Kentucky.
Graham Massey, musician, producer and founding member of 808 State, joins Stuart Maconie.
Andy Votel joins Stuart Maconie with a selection of husband and wife music-making duos.
Nick Luscome joins Stuart with a selection of international records from Peru to Iran.
Stuart chats to Rob Young about the origins of Scott Walker's unique sound.