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Nick Luscombe

Nick Luscombe features reissued dub from the Wailers and a track from the new disc by Thee Oh See, plus a cacophony from Avey Tare and an intergalactic trip from Sun Ra.

Ninety minutes of new sounds and rare treats, featuring reggae, Tanzanian funk-rock, and field recording. Let host Nick Luscombe take you away on a musical journey ...

Hear some newly re-issued dub from The Wailers, a cut off the new record from Thee Oh Sees, a cacophony courtesy of Animal Collective member Avey Tare, and an intergalactic trip from Sun Ra.

Produced by Jack Howson for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Avey Tare

    Welcome to the Funzone

    • Not on Label.
  • Oh Sees

    Jammed Entrance

    • Castle Face.
  • Bambooman

    Feel

    • Accidental Records.
  • Bryn Harrison

    Receiving the Approaching Memory: Movement V

    Performer: Mark Knoop. Performer: Aisha Orazbayeva.
    • Another Timbre.
  • Björk

    Come to Me

    • One Little Indian.
  • Yeah Yon

    childproxypowerstate

  • Anna & Elizabeth

    Heap of Horses

    • Free Dirt Records.
  • Anna Meredith

    Axeman

  • By the Waterhole

    I Fall

    • Playdate Records.
  • Thomas de Pourquery

    Rocket Number Nine

    • Quark Records.
  • Sun Ra

    John Cage Meets Sun Ra

    Composer: John Cage.
  • Peter Zummo

    The Tape Is Chill

    • Optimo.
  • Bell Monks & Gregory Taylor

    Witching Hour

    • Clang.
  • The Wailers

    Trouble Dub

    • Fam's.
  • Grouphums

    Bird Season

  • Aisha Orazbayeva & Tim Etchells

    Plans Intention Dreams

    • Prah.
  • Shintaro Sakamoto

    Love If Possible

    • Zelone.
  • Morgan Delt

    Some Sunsick Day

    • Sub Pop.
  • Oddarrang

    Central Sun

    • Edition Music.
  • Sunburst

    Your Day Will Come

    • Strut.
  • Jefre Cantu-Ledesma

    In Summer

    • Geographic North.
  • Jean-Pierre Decerf

    Dreams In The Wind

Broadcast

  • Thu 1 Sep 2016 23:00

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