An all-new mix of spectrum hopping music. Post-punk gold from Chrome, glitch-funk from Digital Sex, classic 60s psych from The Dakotas, modern composition from Garage Orchestra, two tracks from the corrosively brilliant Black Dresses, 21st century acid from Chef, plus TV soundtrack work from ‘Return of the Saint’ and ‘Bod’. It’s the best of all possible whirls.
A brand new mix of multi-genre madness. Featuring a post punk classic by The Fire Engines, electronica from Girls Rituals and Mari Dangerfield, ultra minimal techno from M. Omelchuk, psychedelic house from Glide, modern composition from the Garage Orchestra, two inventive tracks from The Arches, plus soundtrack work courtesy of Michael Nyman and Alain Goraguer. It’s the best of all possible whirls. Image by GAILLE FAURE.
A dazzling array of multi-genre goodies. Featuring electronica from Black Dresses and Gazelle Twin, the haunted funk of A Certain Ratio, garage band greatness from Madonnatron and The Common Cold, down-tempo hip hop from Ditstrict Inkas, dance floor gold from Robyn, plus soundtrack work courtesy of Roger Webb and Broadcast. It’s the best of all possible whirls.
Another selection of boundary breaking bounty, including classic house from LFO, the uncompromising new single from The Private Sector, dream pop from Sophie Strauss and We Are The City, the irresistible vintage psychedelia of The Remo Four, feminist punk from Dream Nails, three tracks from an uncatagorizable new album from Jobs and soundtrack recordings courtesy of Angelo Badalamenti and John Cameron. It’s the best of all possible whirls.
Another cross genre, cross era selection of sounds, including dancehall rhythms from Jstar, a 21st century torch song from Ida Sofar, soundtrack music from People Like Us and Barry Adamson, classics of post punk and acid house from Pere Ubu and Armando respectively, and a Kate Bush song reimagined as a Trip-Hop workout. It’s the best of all possible whirls. (Picture by Marin Forcella).
Featuring a sexually charged groove from The Anti Group, blistering rock thrills from Press Club, an electro trans anthem from Girls Rituals, sugar-coated Lynchian pop from Princess Chelsea, soundtrack work courtesy of Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson and Sigur Rós, sublime solo piano work from Robert Haigh and a long lost and potentially libellous Rolling Stones song. It’s the best of all possible whirls. (Image of a Peter Land sculpture).
That rare thing - a show that starts with a slice of vintage Roxy Music then just gets better. Featuring twisted pop from Mitski, two tracks from Iggy Pop with Underworld, three very different Japanese artists, Britpop darkling Luke Haines performing with the amazing Christo, a mod classic from 1965, plus soundtrack treasure from two giants of the genre: Stanley Myers and Laurie Johnson. It’s the best of all possible whirls.