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.
Arge’s world of Cinematronica is back.
Another carefully selected eclectic mix of electronica, jazz and hip hop. Plus a little rock, French pop, and even some Dub Reggae. All of it neatly sewn up with some rare, and a less rare, film score.
This months Cinematronica soundtrack includes Taylor McFerrin, Plaid, Jungle, Moodoid, Chapelier Fou, Ennio Morricone, Hidden Orchestra, UNKLE, The Fiery Furnaces, Marie Laforêt, Piero Umiliani and Ralfe Band.
Arge returns to take us back into his world of Cinematronica.
An eclectic mix of electronica, jazz, beats, film score, and the bits in-between. All of it liberally sprinkled with some spoken word.
Cinematronica Episode Four features new music from Kidkanevil, Kid Simius, The Duke St Workshop and Hauschka plus Alexandre Desplat, Serge Gainsbourg, George Harrison, Giorgio Moroder and John Barry.
Arge returns with another instalment of Cinematronica. Electronica, jazz, hip hop and film score with a distinctly cinematic flavour.
This months soundtrack is provided by Jónsi of Sigur Rós, Quantic, Mogwai, Massive Attack, Dirty Art Club, Miriam Makeba, Ennio Morricone, Sons Of Kemet, London Grammar, a Pakistani Jazz collective playing Henry Mancini and many more.
Cinematronica is consistently beautiful, occasional dark, always melodic and often groovy.
Join Arge on a musical journey of Cinematic Electronica. Taking in large helpings of jazz, hip hop, dreamy pop and contemporary film scores along the way.
This months show features new music from BadBadNotGood, Jon Kennedy, Roman GianArthur. Remixes from The Cinematic Orchestra and Boards of Canada. Plus Mogwai, David Holmes and John Murphy. Not forgetting a brass band version of a Radiohead classic. (Just in case you were thinking it was all getting a bit serious).