- 5 years ago
Playing tracks by
North Sea Radio Orchestra, The Singing Loins, Seti the First, Sylvain Chauveau, Jon DeRosa and more.
Lots of orchestral influences on the show this week, it goes like that sometimes. Jon DeRosa, with the brilliant drone-and-strings of Snow coffin, the great brass fanfare of Seti The First (playing Cork and Dublin this week), previously unreleased film music from Sylvain Chauveau, more film music with signature and sublime vocals from Ennio Morricone, and either side of the master, two current artists heavily influenced by him - Laetitia Sadier and Get Well Soon. There's also two lovely pieces of "modern" English folk music, from North Sea Radio Orchestra and The Singing Loins, some beautiful, fuzzy dream pop from Dublin's September Girls, Nils Frahm and Jens Lekman (both playing Cork's Half Moon Theatre soon). And B. Fleischmann (pictured), with a track from a wonderfully laconic album called I'm not ready for the grave yet. Tomorrow contains the mother of all krautrock pulses - what more could you want.