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Alan Sparhawk from Low raids his vinyl collection for cult classics and little-known gems. Including destructive breakcore, an Ethiopian nun’s piano music and a slice of static.

Alan Sparhawk from Low raids his vinyl collection. His selection includes his most treasured 7” single by Alec Empire, a brutal four minutes of destructive breakcore; Ethiopian nun Emahoy Tsegue-Mariam Guebru’s inimitable piano music; a slice of static from atmospheric black metal band Surface Of The Earth and classics by Robert Wyatt, Boards of Canada and Jandek.

1 hour

Last on

Sun 30 Dec 2018 00:00

Music Played

  • Low

    Poor Sucker

    • Double Negative.
    • Sub Pop.
  • Music Seen

    Friend Of A Friend

    • The Waaaaah! CD.
    • Bring On Bull Records.
  • Empress


    • Empress.
    • 555 Recordings.
  • Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou

    Mother's Love

    • Éthiopiques 21: Piano Solo.
    • Buda Musique.
  • Goat

    Djôrôlen / Union Of Sun And Moon

    • Requiem.
    • Sub Pop.
  • Robert Wyatt

    Catholic Architecture

    • Dondestan.
    • Domino.
  • Boards of Canada


    • In A Beautiful Place Out In The Country.
    • Warp.
  • Colleen

    I'm Kin

    • Captain Of None.
    • Thrill Jockey.
  • Surface of the Earth

    Move Objects

    • Interference.
    • Fusetron.
  • Alec Empire

    The Peak

    • The Destroyer.
    • Digital Hardcore Recordings (DHR).
  • Jandek

    You Painted Your Teeth

    • Telegraph Melts.
    • Corwood Industries.
  • Alice Coltrane


    • Turiya Sings.
    • Avatar Book Institute.