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)
Free Lab Radio, produced in Dubai for Resonance104.4FM>Stream on Mixcloud or download the mp3 from Soundcloud.
Sataan Al-Hassan, embracing the chance to “finally make a mix that allows the use of favourites with no restriction to genre”, brings us his recent playlist, selected and mixed especially for Free Lab Radio.
Al-Hassan grew up in Tunisia, Belgium, Luxembourg and is from Jordan. Now based in the UAE he is a self taught radio and club DJ, and the film programme coordinator at the Sharjah Art Foundation.
Broadcasts Saturday nights 11-midnight, UK time, repeats Thursdays 2-3am.
On air on 104.4FM on your radio across London. Listen online elsewhere with Radio Player.
Featured are the Stromae, Beastie Boys, Persian (from Essex), La Chiva Gantiva, DJ Schmolli, Mr Oizo, Noir Désir, Wildbirds and Peacedrums, Alek AK (Iran) and more.
“Ou es ton papa?” – “Where’s your papa?” Stromae sings, is what people always asked him at school. It’s a diligent match to the other track it’s mixed with, which is about doing a thing intensely, to a more than harmful degree, according to the band, who are The Prodigy.
Free Lab Radio broadcasting 11-midnight, Saturday nights on Resonance104.4FM. Fari Bradley’s guest is London-based Paul Noble, an active DJ, radio producer, music consultant and producer.
He’s worked on Monocle 24, The White Cube, The Observer, The Green Man Festival and dance floors around the world. His directive tonight is to dig into the depths of his music collection for the truly bizarre.
11pm Saturday – a special one hour mix for Resonance104.4fm: “After This” by Mutamassik, made on 2 turntables, a CD walkman for original tracks, and a broken mixer. Featuring tracks from the upcoming 2012, vinyl-only release “Rekkez” on ini.itu records.
“After revolutions, what do you put in place?I completely lost the illusion that metropolis like New York, London and Tokyo are the ultimate hubs of activity, power points on maps, the epicenters of life. The irony and truth is that their very breath depends on an enormous, rhizomatic, artificial life-support system that trucks,ships, flies in provisions from all kinds of unfashionable places to sustain it’s millions. A city cannot produce enough food for even a fraction of its population. If people do not eat, they die…
Wishik “your face”. My mother sings an old Egyptian song, “Min ellak teskoun fe Haretna“, the words of which were intended as a love song, but double paradoxically well as a resistance poem: “How dare you come and live in our street You are occupying us and you’re cramping our style We don’t have any more comfort. Find a solution for our situation, Otherwise leave this place And go somewhere else.”
Drugs, dirty dancing and pounding discoteca: man’s creations respond. This show was originally broadcast live from ResonanceFM studios, summer 2010. Follow Free Lab Radio’s blog or more regular posts on Facebook