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Electronic Meditation
Thursday December 1st, 2016 with Sean McFee
Shimmer and Float

Ohgr - Sunnypsyop - Spitfire Canadian
A couple of Venezuelan electronic artists. I've played Angel Rada a few times recently but I never even heard of Miguel Noya until a month ago. The set closes with music from Klaus Schulze's porn movie soundtrack, which despite its tawdry origins sits well with his other late-70s work. Harald Grosskopf on drums.
Angel Rada - Impressiones Etnosonicas - Uraniun
Gran Sabana
Miguel Angel Noya - Gran Sabana - private
Klaus Schulze - Body Love - Brain
Next we move to one of the best modern Berlin school projects. Turning Towards Us is fairly late for Redshift (2008) but the title track sounds like it could have been an outtake from Klaus Schulze's Mirage.
Turning Towards Us
Redshift - Turning Towards Us - Distant Sun
Next up I again play material from the new ProgQuebec archival release by Maelstrom, this time the two tracks I have not yet played on either my program or Infinite Ceiling. I then play two cuts from the obscure Zodiac Free Arts Club project, which took its name from the famous German club that featured artists such as Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze, The Agitation (later Agitation Free), etc.
Maelstrom - Maelstrom - ProgQuebec Canadian New
L├ęgende pour le futur
Maelstrom - Maelstrom - ProgQuebec Canadian New
Zodiac Free Arts Club - Floating World - Permanent Vacation
Zodiac Free Arts Club - Floating World - Permanent Vacation
The show closes with the finest Krautrock album to have come out from Baltimore. Tarotplane's first album came out last November in an edition of 300 copies, and features two nice sidelong excursions. You get one of them. If you ask nicely you may later get the other.

Thanks for listening and have a great week!
Excursion 2
Tarotplane - First - Aguirre Records
Interactive CKCU