The Golden Apples of the Sun Radio Show


Radio Show – 10 September 2017 – Episode 337

 

Claude Mono presents a pure bell curve of a soundscape starting with Pastoral Hauntology from ‘A Year in the Country’ then moving through electronica and Minimal Wave to end with blissed out beats…

get the show re-stream here  – select 10 September

Mixcloud HQ here – just the music

PLAYLIST

>> Claude visits A Year in the County:

David Colohan – Eldfell – Fractures

United Bible Studies – Helix – Doineann

The Rowan Amber Mill – Ratio (Sequence) – Fractures

The Rowan Amber Mill – Ocarina Procession – The Forest/The Wald

Sproatly Smith – Ribbons – The Restless Field

David Colohan – At The Confluence Of The Mitta Mitta & Murray – The Quietened Village

A Year In The Country – Tick Tock – In Every Mind –

A Year In The Country – Scrabble and Abrade – In Every Mind

She Rocola – Molly Leigh Of The Mother Town – Burn The Witch /Molly Leigh Of The Mother Town

United Bible Studies – The Blackened Fields – Doineann

David Colohan – Eldfell – Fractures

Circle Temple – The Séance-Search for Muspel Light – From The Furthest Signals

A Year In The Country – A Cracked Sky – Airwaves- Songs From The Sirens

Sproatly Smith – The Land Of Green Ginger – Fractures >> Claude selects:

>> Claude selection:

Vic Mars – Villages Hamlets Fetes – The Land and the Garden

Vic Mars – Fences Railway Lines and other Obstacles – The Land and the Garden

Broadcast – What I Saw – Investigate Witch Cults of the Radio Age

Broadcast – Love’s Long Listen-In- Investigate Witch Cults of the Radio Age

Broadcast – The Be Colony/Dashing Home/What on Earth Took You – Investigate Witch Cults of the Radio Age

Gilroy Mere – The Green Line- The Green Mile

Throwing Snow – Cosms – Embers

Throwing Snow – Allegory – Embers

Emerald Web – Flight Of The Raven

>> Veronica Vasicka – XLR8R Podcast 396 (excerpts) – Full Mixcloud/Playlist here

Broken English Club – Knives

Levon Vincent – Anti-Corporate Music

Tom Dicicco – Untitled

Kraftwerk – Numbers

The Human League – Being Boiled

Roman Lindau – Sub Suggestion

>> Claude selection:

Gravenhurst – I Found the F – Warp 20/Recreated

Broadcast – I Found the F – Live on KCRW 2006

Seefeel – As Link – Warp 20/Unheard

Ola Kobak – Tender – The Vast Unknown

The Dandelion Set – Gardense – A Thousand Strands 1975 2015

Jane Weaver – Turning In Circles – The Fallen By Watchbird

Jane Weaver – Silver Chord – The Fallen By Watchbird

Mixcloud extras:

Ola Kobak – Still Shores – The Vast Unknown

Jon Brooks – PN_17 – Autres Directions

 

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Veronica Vasicka – Astropolis 2017
August 26, 2017, 11:23 am
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The music, the Dystopian Bladerunner-esque clubbing scenes with those lights and that vibe, the amazing new sounds and reissues of Veronica Vasicka…whatever it is?… The Golden Apples of the Sun is increasingly obsessed by Minimal Wave



Minimal Wave with Veronica Vasicka

…this is a great mix…right from the start and its intro sample of Cabaret Voltaire from back in 1982 itself sampled from an episode of the 1960s Outer Limits TV show, Veronica Vasicka is a photographer, musician, DJ and founder/head honcho of the epic record label and on-line music resource Minimal Wave – the label of choice for synth-wave reissues and deep contemporary electronic sounds – and she knows exactly what she is doing here – if I could only change one thing, apart from getting her another white wine, it would be to replace the Boiler Room dancers with the dancers from the 1981 video of the DAF track in the comments that also features in remix form in Veronica’s set – there are so many good tracks I have added the playlist and some other linkage in the comments

Minimal Wave Records – Check out the catalog and definitely checkl out the forum.

“Founded by Veronica Vasicka in 2005, Minimal Wave has done the invaluable work of historical recovery, unearthing an entire subgenre for a new generation. Emerging from the brief postpunk moment of the late 1970s and early 1980s and created by a loose network of like-minded musicians in home studios scattered across Europe, Minimal Wave found the impulses of the early avant-gardes reanimated with help of analog synths.” – Mark Owens

Love this interview…

Love this mini-documentary…