Playing tracks by
Music For Pieces Of Wood, Last Thoughts on Woody Guthrie, Rubric, Mexico City Blues, San Francisco Blues and more.
This show was 33rd in the global chill chart and 54th in the global ambient chart.
Electronic music has really always been about a revolution, from the early days of House music that helped lift up gay Black and Latino culture to Detroit Techno that was a cry (or a scream) from the city that America forgot.
The ideals of progressive culture have always been there, a merging of technology and humanity, but never forgetting our humanity.
This mix from Looper brings a bit of that revolutionary spirit with some of the greatest poets of our time. It’s almost impossible not to be fired up by the words of Dylan, Kerouac, Bukowski and Ginsberg as they are layered over the electronic works of Steve Reich and Philip Glass.
It’s not the usual fair, but just have a drink and settle in. You will dig it if you just take the time to listen.