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Jamie, July 2015

I feel like this selection of tracks has the ideal ratio of songs that make
you want to screw your face up (in a positive way) with songs that make you
look (and probably feel less) aggressive and have you wishing you were high
on a beach somewhere. Hell, if you’re high, Margate will do. Included are
current heavy rotation anthems from Jamie xx, Fetty Wap & Jme. Also amongst
July’s show are tracks from Richard Marks and Ta-ku which are probably more
easy on the ears…for some.

Long time Seeks contributor A. Dyjecinski comes out of the wilderness.

Artur disappeared off our radar for a while there. Turns out, he almost disappeared off the map. For a new solo project he went on a quest for solitude.
“I went on a journey to see how remote I could live, how much solitude I could find.”

He wasn’t entirely successful, after all, you’re never alone with your mind.  ”I soon began to realise… that even when physically alone, my thoughts were always in company. Despite physical solitude, the weight of everyone I have ever known still stands with me. ”

The Album “I’m The Woods” is released on Fandango.

Catch the launch gig tomorrow, JULY 30TH LONDON DALSTON Servant Jazz Quarters .

Rudyard, July 2015

Intense downtempo electronica from California dwelling Grimsby lad Rudyard. Music for late nights whatever your time zone.

Cinematronica, June 2015

Arge invites you back into his world of Cinematronica. An eclectic mix of electronica, jazz, beats and film score, liberally spread with some spoken word.

This months show features Paul Hartnoll, John Carpenter, Jonny Greenwood, Giorgio Moroder, Ghostpoet, Edwyn Collins, Max Cooper, Penguin Cafe, Public Service Broadcasting, Grasscut some Dub Pink Floyd and Leonard Nimoy.

Nick Armstrong, June 2015

The purveyor of jingly new music is back with sunshiny anthems and your potentially future favourite new artists.

Stunning new singles from BeirutDestroyer & Kelpe
Gut wrenchingly beautiful debuts from WaylorGrace Lightman & Siv Jakobsen
Pure rays of sunshine from Day WaveGoodbye Chanel &  Frankie & The Heartstrings
Crack a window, turn up the volume, things are looking up.

Third Light Home, May 2015

Sleepy folkiness, wistfully ambient melancholia, life-affirming reggae, roots and jazz. Third Light Home returns for a spring broadcast and wonders if, in this parliament, David Cameron will now claim to have been a fan of Niney the Observer, Clarence ‘Frog Man’ Henry, Don Cherry and Native North American beat group Sugluk. Also features Kim Deal, Ryley Walker and Jessica Pratt among (many) others.
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