Radio Matlock: Midweek Mix

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The Independent Electric Group have teamed up with the online internet station Radio Free Matlock to host a series of mid-week electronica shows and mixes curated by our very own Lippy Kid.

The hosted shows and mixes are provided by independent musicians, producers, DJs, artists and musical obsessives and each one demonstrates the textures and emotive range that the genre allows.

Tune into Radio Matlock every Tuesday 20:00 BST to hear a new hosted show followed by an exciting guest mix.

We’ll post links to all the featured mixes right here:

Oct 9th 2018: Lippy Kid with guest Lucie De Lacy

The launch of our new extended 2 hour midweek electronica show on Radio Free Matlock. Lippy Kid sits in as host, with a truly wonderful and eclectic mix provided c/o Matlock rock band Damn Cargo vocalist, Lucie De Lacy.

Its a mix that demonstrates, not only is she a fine artist in her own right, but she has a terrific taste in music…

Lucie’s Midweek Mix Tracklist:

  • Yonderboi – Sustainable Development from Passive Control (Mole Listening Pearls)
  • Haiku Salut – Choke Points from There Is No Elsewhere (PRAH Recordings)
  • The Orb – Ununited States from No Sounds Are Out of Bounds (Cooking Vinyl)
  • Breton – 2 Years from Other People’s Problems  (Fat Cat)
  • Blondie, Philip Glass, Jonas Crabtree – Heart Of Glass (Crabtree Remix) from Heart Of Glass (Crabtree Remix) (Universal)
  • Evil Nine – Tonight from Two Truths (Beyond The Fields We Know)
  • POLIÇA & s t a r g a z e – Music For The Long Emergency from Music For the Long Emergency (Totally Gross National Product)
  • Slugabed – Infinite Wave from Inherit The Earth (Anticon)
  • Battles – Toddler from Gloss Drop (Warp)
  • Ta-ku – Long Time No See from Songs To Make Up To (Fools Gold Records)
  • Zero 7 – Give It Away from Simple Things (Quango Records)
  • Caribou – All I Ever Need from Our Love (City Slang)
  • SoulChef – Outside from Good Vibes (Delicieuse Records)
  • Shamir – Lived and Died Alone from Northtown – EP (Godmode)

Sept 26th 2018: Mixless

Bristol based DJ and music obsessive Mixless joins us once again to share another sublime hour of music featuring electronic releases and timeless classics…

Mixless’s Midweek Mix Tracklist:

  • Markus Guentner – New World Order – from Empire (A Strangely Isolated Place, 2018)
  • Penelope Trappes – Carry Me – from Penelope Two (Houndstooth, 2018)
  • Tirzah – Do You Know – from Devotion (Domino, 2018)
  • Arp – Folding Water – from Zebra (Kemado Records, 2018)
  • Jóhann Jóhannsson – Heptapod B – from Arrival (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Deutsche Grammophon, 2016)
  • Aphex Twin – Heliosphan – from Selected Ambient Works 85-92 (Apollo/R&S Records, 1992)
  • Lippy Kid – Thought Form III (Scalar) – from Thought Forms (Bandcamp, 2018)
  • New Order – Hurt – from Temptation single (Factory, 1982)
  • Marlowe – Palm Readers – from Marlowe (Mello Music, 2018)
  • Susso Seki Singh – Edge Of Time – from Orange Sunshine (Painted Word Music, 2018)
  • Hannah Peel & Arvo Party – Particle E5 – from Particles In Space (Hannah Peel, 2018)
  • Underworld & Iggy Pop – Get Your Shirt – from Teatime Dub Encounters (Caroline International, 2018)
  • Theo Parrish – Sweet Sticky – from First Floor (Peacefrog, 1998)
  • Ian William Craig – Interstice – from A Turn Of Breath Extended (Recital, 2018)
  • Helena Hauff – C45p – from A Tape (Dark Entries, 2017)
  • Special Request – Brainstorm – from Belief System (Houndstooth, 2017)

 

Sept 19th 2018: Lyndon Scarfe

Lyndon Scarfe (Danse Society, The Black Lamps) joins us once more to share another wonderful mix. This time his inspiration is the ‘Big Screen’, pulling together a mix comprised exclusively of film soundtracks.

But not just any films…only those he’s actually seen AND liked…

Lyndon’s Midweek Mix Tracklist:

  • David Lynch & Alan R Splet– In Heaven (lady in the radiator song) from Eraserhead
  • Mogwai– Hungry Face from Les Revenants
  • Jonny Greenwood– Dark Streets from You were never really here
  • Johann Johannsson– Heptapod B from Arrival
  • Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross– In Motion from The Social Network
  • Air– Alone in Tokyo from Lost in Translation
  • Nick Cave & Warren Ellis– First Body from Wind River
  • Bryce Dessner– Imagining Buffalo from The Revenant
  • Cuts– Bunsen Burner from Ex-Machina
  • The Chromatics– Tick of the Clock from Drive
  • LFO– Freak from Enter the Void
  • Mica Levi– Lonely Void from Under the Skin
  • Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow– End Them from DROKK (originally commissioned for Dredd)
  • John Carpenter– The Fog from The Fog
  • Cliff Martinez– Is that what everybody wants? from Solaris
  • Aphex Twin– Omgyjya Switch7 from Children of Men
  • Philip Glass– Koyaanisqatsi from Koyaanisqatsi
  • Bernard Herrmann– God’s Lonely Man from Taxi Driver
  • David Bowie– Queen Bitch from The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

 

Sept 12th 2018: Cotton Wolf

Cotton Wolf are a critically acclaimed electronica duo based in Wales. Nominated for the Welsh Music Prize for their  2017 album ‘Life In Analogue’, here they join us to share a mix comprised of some of their favourite music discovered during a year of promoting the album.

It really is something very special…

Cotton Wolf’s Midweek Mix Tracklist:

  • Vessels – Radiart from The Great Distraction (Different Recordings, 2017)
  • Avalon Emerson – One More Fluorescent Rush from Whities 013 (Whities, 2017)
  • Gabe Gurnsey – Ultra Clear Sound from Physical (Phantasy, 2018)
  • Pariah – At the Edge from Here From Where We Are (Houndstooth, 2018)
  • Throwing snow – Trébucher from Trébucher EP (Houndstooth, 2018)
  • Daniel Avery – Quick Eternity (Four Tet Remix) from single release (Phantasy, 2018)
  • Rival Consoles – Phantom Grip from Persona (Erased Tapes, 2018)
  • Jon Hopkins – Everything Connected from Singularity (Domino, 2018)
  • Blawan – Careless from Wet Will Always Dry (Ternesc, 2018)
  • Pye Corner Audio – Corrupt Data from Half-Light (More Than Human, 2017)
  • Clark – Corroded Hymnal from Rellik EP (Warp, 2017)
  • Mount Kimbie – Four Years One Day from Love What Survives (Warp, 2017)
  • Steve Hauschildt – M Path from Dissolvi (Ghostly, 2018)
  • Max Cooper – Identity from One Hundred Billion Sparks (Mesh, 2018)

 

Sept 5th 2018: Lippy Kid

Derbyshire based electronica musician Lippy Kid returns to share another midweek mix. Collated from a number of his all-time favourite producers, and supported by Helen Mort reading from her book “No Map Could Show Them”,  this time there’s a goal…

“I can’t promise we’ll create order from chaos, but we’ll aim for a sense of optimism that maybe, one day, we can… x”

Lippy Kid’s Midweek Mix Tracklist:

  • Aphex Twin – Jynweythek from Drukqs (Warp, 2001)
  • Jon Hopkins – C O S M from Singularity (Domino, 2018)
  • Second Storey – Reserved from Double Divide (Houndstooth, 2014)
  • Pantha Du Prince – Abglanz from Black Noise (Rough Trade, 2010)
  • Helen Mort – Kinder Scout reading from No Map Could Show Them (Chatto & Windus, 2016)
  • Max Cooper – Order From Chaos from Emergence (Mesh, 2016)
  • The Field – Sun & Ice from From Here We Go Sublime (Kompakt, 2007)
  • Surgeon – The Primary Clear Light from Luminosity Device (Dynamic Tension, 2018)
  • Clark – Silvered Iris from Clark (Warp, 2014)
  • Gold Panda – S950 from Half Of Where You Live (Ghostly International, 2013)
  • Matthew Bourne – Keighley from Moogmemory Plus (Leaf, 2016)
  • Four Tet – Ba Teaches Yoga from Beautiful Rewind (Text Records, 2013)
  • Skee Mask – Via Sub Mids from Compro (Ilian Tape, 2018)
  • Rival Consoles – Lone from Night Melody (Erased Tapes, 2016)
  • Flying Lotus – Dream To Me from Until The Quiet Comes (Warp, 2012)

 

Aug 29th 2018: Nick Wilkinson

Nick Wilkinson is a DJ, producer and former host of the ‘Inner Depths’ show on Future Music FM, a show that continually pushed back boundaries to reveal the latest and greatest electronic music out there. He continues this theme with a one hour mix highlighting some of his favourite artists, and favourite releases from the year so far…

Nick’s Midweek Mix Tracklist:

  • Blocks & Escher – One Touch from Something Blue[Metalheadz, 2018]
  • Forest Swords – Knife Edge (Dusk version) single release[Ninja Tune, 2017]
  • Skee Mask – Routine from Skee Series 2 [Ilian Tape, 2017]
  • DJRUM – Showreel Pt2 from Broken Glass Arch EP [R&S Records, 2017]
  • Skee Mask – 50 Euro to break boost from Compro [Ilian Tape, 2018]
  • Calibre – Gentle Push from The Deep [Signature Recordings, 2017]
  • Pariah – Linnaea from Here From Where We Are [Houndstooth, 2018]
  • “I’m still only in Saigon”– Apocalypse Now sample [1978]
  • Rob Clouth – Shedding Layers from Transition EP [Mesh, 2018]
  • Union Jack – Water Drums from There Will Be No Armageddon [Platipus Records, 2001]
  • Matt Robertson – Urdu from In Echelon [Tape Club Records, 2016]
  • Leon Vynehall – Julia (Footnote IV) from Nothing Is Still [Ninja Tune, 2018]
  • Inigo Kennedy – NGC6826 (Binking Eye) from NGC EP [Token, 2016]
  • Two Lone Swordsmen – Akwalek, from Tiny Reminders[Warp, 2000]
  • Nathan Fake – Fortune Bru from Glaive EP [Cambria Instruments, 2015]
  • Rival Consoles – Recovery (Vessels remix) from Dilate (Special Edition) [Different Recordings, 2016]
  • Ross from friends – Dont Wake Dad from Family Portrait [Brainfeeder, 2018]
  • Daniel Avery – Slow Fade from Slow Fade EP [Phantasy Sound, 2018]
  • Burial – In Mcdonalds from Untrue [Hyperdub 2007]
  • Moderat – The Mark (Interlude), from Annihilation OST [2018]

 

Aug 22nd 2018: Paul O’Farrell

By day Paul O’Farrell educates the nation. An evening in his company will convince you that Shakespeare was the Bowie of his day. By night he’s a professor of Hip-hop. Here you’ll find him exploring the interconnections between electronica, funk, and of course…Hip-hop, but not before a nod to his musical hero…David Bowie…

Paul’s Midweek Mix Tracklist:

  • David Bowie – A New Career In a New Town from Low (RCA, 1977)
  • Anonymous – ‘Track 2’ from Acid Bowie (Acid Bowie, 2018)
  • Flying Lotus – All The Secrets from Until The Quiet Comes (Warp Records, 2012)
  • LoneLady – Groove It Out from Hinterland (Warp, 2015)
  • Gus Gus – Polyesterday from Polydistortion (4AD, 1997)
  • Nightmares On Wax – Shape The Future from Shape The Future (Warp, 2018)
  • Burial – Untrue from Untrue (Hyperdub, 2007)
  • Ghostpoet – Plastic Bag Brain from Some Say I So I Say Light (PIAS Group, 2013)
  • Prefuse 73 – Black List from Vocal Studies + Uprock Narratives (Warp, 2001)
  • Porter Ray – Arithmetic (Feat. Infinite & Stas Thee Boss) from Watercolor (Sub Pop, 2017)
  • Kamaal Williams – High Roller from The Return (Black Focus, 2018)
  • Handsome Boy Modeling School – Metaphysical (Feat. Miho Hatori & Mike D) from So… How’s Your Girl? (Tommy Boy, 1999)
  • De La Soul – Pain (Feat. Snoop Dogg) from And The Anonymous Nobody (AOI, 2016)
  • Rae & Christian – The Hush (Feat. Texas) from Northern Sulphuric Soul (Rae & Christian Music, 1998)
  • Nosaj Thing – All Points Back To U from Parallels (Innovative Leisure, 2017)

 

Aug 8th 2018: Daniel Crompton

Daniel Crompton is an electronic musician and producer based in York. On the eve of the launch of his magnificent debut album ‘Inscendence‘, he joins us to deliver a one hour mix of some of his favourite electronic music…

Daniel’s Midweek Mix Tracklist:

  • Karlheinz Stockhausen Interview from YouTube
  • Autechre – Arch Carrier from LP5 (Warp Records, 1998)
  • Milanese – Caramel Cognac from Extend (Planet Mu, 2006)
  • Rafael Anton Irisarri – Sirimiri from Sirimiri (Umor Rex, 2018)
  • The Haxan Cloak – Dieu from Excavation (Tri Angle, 2013)
  • Squarepusher – Square Window from Square Window (Warp Records, 2004)
  • Robot Koch – Hard to Find from Death Star Droid (Project: Mooncircle, 2009)
  • SBTRKT – Wildfire from SBTRKT (Young Turks, 2011)
  • edIT – Ants from Crying Over Pros For No Reason (Planet Mu, 2004)
  • Burial – Rival Dealer from Rival Dealer (Hyperdub, 2013)
  • Four Tet – Parallel Jalebi from Beautiful Rewind (Text Records, 2013)
  • Flying Lotus – Endless White from L.A. EP 3 X 3 (Warp Records, 2009)
  • Arca – Mutant from Mutant (Mute, 2015)
  • Jackson and His Computer Band – Rock On from Smash (Warp Records 2005)
  • Mr. Oizo – Torero from The Church (Brainfeeder, 2014)
  • Justice – Phantom from † (Cross) (Ed Banger, 2007)
  • Clark – Wicked Life from Throttle Clarence (Warp Records, 2006)
  • Nine Inch Nails – My Violent Heart (Pirate Robot Midget) from Y34RZ3R0R3M1X3D / Year Zero Remixed (Interscope Records, 2007)
  • Jamie Lidell – What a Shame from Jamie Lidell (Warp Records, 2013)
  • Blanck Mass – Please from World Eater (Sacred Bones Records, 2017)
  • Saul Williams – Not in Our Name (The Pledge of Resistance) Live from Not In My Name (Self-released, 2002 / Ninja Tune, 2003)
  • 65daysofstatic – Heat Death Infinity Splitter from Wild Light (Superball Music, 2013)

 

Aug 1st 2018: Simon Tucker & Josh Brown

Simon Tucker writes for Louder Than War and is a member of the electronic art band Radio Europa. Josh Brown is an independent travel writer, artist and DJ. Together they have collaborated across three timezones to create an incredibly personal and special mix, dedicated to their young sons…

…and they’ve titled it…”Noise For Our Boys”

Simon and Josh’s Midweek Mix Tracklist:

  • High tide on North Stradbroke Island, Queensland
  • Cat Stevens – Father & Son from Tea for the Tillerman (Island, 1970)
  • ‘Claud Hamilton’ train passes through Brundall station on the Norwich-Yarmouth line, 1956 from The Great Eastern (Argo Transacord, 1967)
  • Luca – 155 bpm
  • Verse 1 of ‘The Prophet’ by Kahlil Gibran, read by A. Mac (in Tosh)
  • Jóhann Jóhannsson – Ég heyrði allt án þess að hlusta Jóhann from Englabörn & Variations (Deutsche Grammophon, 2018)
  • Jon Hassell – Dreaming from Listening to Pictures (Ndeya, 2018)
  • The Doors – L.A. Woman from L.A. Woman (Elektra, 1971)
  • Pessimist – Spirals from Pessimist (Blackest Ever Black, 2017)
  • Machinedrum – The Palace from Mosaic Vol. 2 (Exit Records, 2013)
  • Roni Size/Reprazent – Brown Paper Bag from New Forms (Talkin’ Loud, 1997)
  • Radiohead – Lotus Flower (Jacques Greene Remix) from TKOL RMX 1234567 (XL Recordings, 2011)
  • Isolée – Beau Mot Plage (DJ Q remix) from remix single (Classic Music Company, 2011)
  • JPLS – Combination 01 from Combination EP (Minus, 2008)
  • Gnork – Blorp 93 from Dream House Vol. 1.2 (Blind Jack’s Journey, 2017)
  • Special Request – Take Me from Modern Warfare (Eps 1-3) (XL Recordings, 2015)
  • Ross McCabe – The List from #MoreInCommon HOPE not hate charity compilation (Bandcamp, 2016)
  • Dave Clarke – Compass from We Are Skint (Skint Records, 2002)
  • Nathan Fake – Degreelessness (feat. Prurient) (Overmono Remix) from Single Release (Ninja Tune, 2017)
  • Lippy Kid – Thought Form IV (Phosphor) from Thought Forms (Bandcamp, 2018)
  • Glasgow Subway
  • James Holden & The Animal Spirits – The Animal Spirits from The Animal Spirits (Border Community, 2017)
  • Sheer Zed – Do Not Submit To The Control Claw from Do Not Submit To The Control Claw (Self Released, 2018)
  • Kraftwerk – Music Non Stop (2009 Remastered) from Techno Pop (Parlophone, 2009)
  • Radio Slave – Children of the E (Kink & Rachel version) from remix versions (Running Back, 2017)
  • Kink – Throwing Elbows from The Melting Point (Dame Music, 2017)
  • Jon Hopkins – Everything Connected from Singularity (Domino, 2018)
  • Jamie Anderson & Jesse Rose – Jack Your Body (Body Jackin’) from single (International Deejay Gigolo Records, 2007)
  • Jark Prongo – Onix 1 from single (Pssst Music, 2001)
  • Underworld – Two Months Off from A Hundred Days Off (Junior Boy’s Own)
  • Birds on North Stradbroke Island
  • Boybythewall – Launched
  • High tide on North Stradbroke Island, Queensland
  • Alice Coltrane – Om Rama Alice Coltrane from The Ecstatic Music Of Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda (Luaka Bop, 2017)

 

Jul 25th 2018: Mixless

Bristol based DJ, Mixless takes us on a journey from ambient dronescapes to the techno mothership and back again…

Mixless’s Midweek Mix Tracklist:

  • Sarah Davachi – Hours in the Evening from Let Night Come On Bells End the Day (Recital Program, 2018)
  • Aukai – Snow (Abul Mogard Rework) from Snow Works (Aukai Music, 2017)
  • Mary Lattimore – Never Saw Him Again from Hundreds of Days (Ghostly International, 2018)
  • Yves Tumor – Limerance from Mono No Aware (PAN, 2017)
  • Mark Pritchard – S.O.S. from The Four Worlds (Warp Records, 2018)
  • Hatis Noit – Illogical Lullaby from Illogical Dance (Erased Tapes, 2018)
  • GAS – Rausch 5 from Rausch (Kompakt, 2018)
  • Chris Carter – Blissters from Chemistry Lessons Volume 1 (Mute, 2018)
  • Head Technician – Habitation from Profane Architecture (Ecstatic Recordings, 2018)
  • Alva Noto – Uni Blue from Unieqav (Noton, 2018)
  • Factory Floor – Heart of Data (Soundtrack Edit) from Heart of Data (Heart of Data, 2018)
  • Call Super – Arpo Sunk from Arpo (Houndstooth, 2017)
  • Kali Malone – Empty The Belief from Cast Of Mind (Hallow Ground, 2018)
  • Jenny Hval – I Want to Tell You Something from The Long Sleep (Sacred Bones Records, 2018)

 

Jul 18th 2018: Lyndon Scarfe

Former synths player for the legendary ‘Danse Society’. Now guitar/FX man for The Black Lamps and solo electronica artist in his own right. Lyndon Scarfe provides us with a selection of his favourite music : ambient, classic electronica, new electronica, modern classical, soundtrack and a couple of things that don’t fall into any specific genre…

Lyndon’s Midweek Mix Tracklist:

  • Boards of Canada – Roygbiv from Music has the Right to Children (Warp)
  • Brian Eno ‎- An Ending (ascent) from Apollo : Atmospheres and Soundtracks (EG Records)
  • Hildur Guðnadóttir  – Erupting Light  ‎from Without Sinking (Touch)
  • Clint Mansell – We’re Going Home from Moon OST (Black)
  • The Dead Texan – Glen’s Goo from The Dead Texan (Kranky)
  • Chris Carter – Blisters from CCCL Volume 1 (Mute)
  • The Human League – Being Boiled (Fast)
  • Errors – Mr Milk from How Clean is your Acid House? (Rock Action)
  • Le Mystère Des Voix Bulgares – Messetschinko Lio Greilivko from Le Mystère Des Voix Bulgares (4AD)
  • DJ Shadow – Midnight in a Perfect World from Endtroducing (Mo Wax)
  • Holger Czukay – Persian Love from Movies (EMI)
  • Rival Consoles – Hidden from Persona (Erased Tapes)
  • Hannah Peel – Goodbye Earth from Mary Casio : Journey to Cassiopeia (My Own Pleasure)
  • Blanck Mass – Chernobyl from Blanck Mass (Rock Action)

 

Jul 4th 1018: Lippy Kid

Derbyshire based electronica musician, producer and co-founder of Independent Electric Group. Lippy Kid takes us on a journey through a series of sound and textures captured from releases of some of the most innovative electronica artists in recent years…

Lippy Kid’s Midweek Mix Tracklist:

  • Mike Slott – Mirror I from Mirror I Mirror (Colour 8)
  • James Holden & The Animal Spirits – Spinning Dance from The Animal Spirits (Border Community)
  • Robert Lippok – Applied Autonomy from Applied Autonomy (Raster)
  • Daniel Avery – Clear from Song For Alpha (Phantasy Sound)
  • Second Storey – Acute Angles from Lucid Locations (Houndstooth)
  • Visible Cloaks – Mimesis from Reassemblage (RVNG Intl.)
  • Aãsha Devi – Hyperlands from DNA Deelings (Houndstooth)
  • Barker – Cascade Effect from Debiasing (OstgutTon)
  • Blondes – Quality Of Life from Warmth (R&S Records)
  • Special Request – Adel Crag Microdot from Belief System (Houndstooth)
  • Four Tet – LA Trance from New Energy (Text Records)
  • Rival Consoles – What Sorrow from Night Melody (Erased Tapes)
  • Nils Frahm – Forever Changeless from All Melody (Erased Tapes)

 

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