The Golden Apples of the Sun Radio Show

Parentheses Records Sampler
March 13, 2016, 9:46 am
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A good friend of the Golden Apples is Alexis Courtin of Parenthèses Records. The label has its origins in Fremantle’s now long gone KULCHA Multicultural Arts hub. Parentheses is into musicians keen to apprehend cultural cross-collaboration and musical exploration spanning through various idioms sitting at the crossroads between tradition and continuum – its also the musical home of Masonik for whom sound artist Wheldon Thornley has hosted the Golden Apples. This is just a little sampler mix trying to give a sense of the label’s objective to engage dialogue between musicians and thus create new inter-cultural collaborative work. Featured artists in the set included Peter Knight & Dung Nguyen’s duo collaboration RESIDUAL being reinterpreted on Re-Residual and Daramad recorded by a young recording engineer and enthusiast by the name of Tom Wearne over a weekend at a beach house overlooking the sea in Safety Bay, Western Australia reflects both the cultural diversity and multi-instrumentalism of Daramad, and the Persian classical background of two of its members is a strong influence in their sound.

Mixcloud Here


Peter Knight & Dung Nguyen – Minky Star – Residual

Peter Knight & Dung Nguyen – Autumn Music – Residual

Lena – RE- Autumn Music (Lebna Edit) – Re- Residual

Daramad – Isfahan – Daramad

Daramad – Galactica – Daramad

Field Recordings – Islamic Call To Prayer

Masonik – The thickness of Human Ink – Masonik EP

Masonik – Rising Lotus (live)

Masonik – Music From Solomon’s Shadow



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