Saturday we'll feature the 2009 Depeche Mode release, Sounds Of The Universe. "Recorded in Santa Barbara and New York, Depeche Mode returned to using a lot of vintage gear, from analogue synthesizers to drum machines, in order to conjure up the retro-futuristic arrangements featured on the album. It bleeps and thumps and hisses with a seemingly primitive array of manufactured noises in a way that only fans of, say, Orbital, Autechre, or Kraftwerk can really appreciate."
Also hear from Interval's The Edge Of A Fairytale; A.R. Rahman & BlaaZe from the Oscar winning Slumdog Millionaire soundtrack.
Also music from Nicola Conte; Tosca; Aes Dana; a cut from Saint Tropez Cote Plage and more. Let's just say interesting is the minimum- "We're peddling insanity and purposelessness, because... people need it." -Devo. Live stream @kruufm.com We'll post the playlist afterward.
"Wait! Why we goin' up there? What's up there?!!" ~ Chef, Apocalypse Now