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Anonymous Artists

Duration:
1 hour
First broadcast:
Saturday 09 March 2013

Stuart presents a selection of records by artists who use pseudonyms, masks and diversions to conceal their true identity. Featuring tracks from artistic alias' Aphex Twin, The Residents, Jandek, MF Doom and Buckethead.

Music Played

11 items
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    Aphex Twin Analogue Bubblebath

    Analogue Bubblebath E.P, Mighty Force

  • Image for The Residents

    The Residents Part Three: Ship's A' Going Down

    Not Available, Ralph Records

  • Image for Jandek

    Jandek Hilltop Serenade

    Six And SIx, Corwood Industries

  • Image for Drexciya

    Drexciya Hydro Theory

    The Journey Home, Warp Records

  • Image for File Under Pop

    File Under Pop Heathrow

    Heathrow, Rough Trade

  • Image for Buckethead

    Buckethead Baptism Of Solitude

    Electric Tears, Meta Records

  • Image for Libbe Matz Gang

    Libbe Matz Gang Daisy Cutter

    Tripwire, Hand Loom Lament

  • Image for Libbe Matz Gang

    Libbe Matz Gang TWOC Squad

    Tripwire, Hand Loom Lament

  • Image for Madvillain

    Madvillain Strange Ways

    Madvillainy, Pias Uk

  • Image for MF DOOM

    MF DOOM Rhymes Like Dimes

    Operation: Doomsday, Sub Verse Music

  • Image for Don Bradshaw-Leather

    Don Bradshaw-Leather The Distance Between Us

    Distance Between Us, Distance

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