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Free Lab Radio – Mid Tempo

Free Lab Radio – Mid Tempo by Fari B

Versatile bass music for today.

Playlist (in this order):
Caravan (instrumental) by Flechette.
Dugong – My Heart is Broken
Shamanic Technology – Homeostasis
Zebbler Encanti Experience – Follow the Bubbles (SugarBeats Remix)
AMB – By Myself
Katana – Datsik (Stowey Remix) Sutured
Eden – XO
Michel Herrera – Silhouette
Space Jesus & Esseks – Dream Whirled (Zebbler Encanti Experience Remix)
Star Chiller – Equinox
Soysauce – Broken Record ft Joni Fatora (Louis The Child Remix)

Broadcasts on Resonance104.4FM 11-midnight on www.resonancefm.com
Repeats Thursday 2am

Produced by Fari Bradley
ResonanceFM is UK’s art-music radio station.


Free Lab Radio – Tipping into Summer

Free Lab Radio – Tipping Into Summer, Fari B by Fari B

To mark mid-Masummertunes_cassettey, Fari Bradley brings us a new releases – some on cassette – from Vinny Villbass (Norway), Bamboo (UK), Toy Light (Los Angeles), Kamasi Washington, Manican Party (New York) and more.

Free Lab Radio broadcasts 11pm-midnight Saturdays, repeating Thursdays 2am
Listen on 104.4FM in London
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Six Pillars Podcast – Kronos Quartet Warp and Weft

Six Pillars – Kronos Quartet and Sahba Aminikia by 6pillars

Tar o Pood (Persian for warp and weft) is a collaboration between Kronos Quartet and Iranian-Canadian Sabha Aminikia. We interview violinist and Kronos Quartet founder David Harrington, ahead of the performance at San Francisco’s Switchboard Festival, on how their work is centred on a politics heavily informed by the group’s feelings about their own country’s foreign policy (Australia) and treatment of minorities. Sahba Aminikia has featured before on 6 Pillars. The first piece we heard of his was ‘Threnody for Those Who Remain’ in 2010, dedicated to Aminikia’s father. For Tar o Pood, Sahba spent months trundling around Iran recording weaving processes. During the performance the players wear headphones, playing along with work songs sung by Iranian weavers. The audience hear the weaving interspersed with the piece. Aminikia’s grandparents were carpet weavers from Kashan and his grandmother’s singing was also used in the third movement of the piece. www.sixpillars.org