Archive for November, 2014

One Hundred and Forty Fifth Show Playlist – 23rd November 2014

Welcome to the playlist for the regular Fade To Yellow show which broadcasts live on KOOP radio 91.7fm and it also streams live on the web at http://www.koop.org.

The cloudcast of the playlist of this show can be listened to here

This particular show kicked off a new feature, 3from1, which will be 3 songs from one artist, or it could be from a record label or a genre of music. So here is the first 3from1 feature….

3from1 this week features three tracks from Dutch band All Shall Be Well (and all shall be well and all manners of things shall be well)

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All Shall Be Well (and all shall be well and all manners of things shall be well) have just released their second full-length album titled BLAUWGEEL and it is a very worthy follow up to their debut release, ROODBLAUW. They are from Haarlem in the Netherlands. They build on themes, thrash out their melodies and look for unsuspected harmonies. They liken their music to stories rather than songs.

You can check out and download both releases using the bandcamp link below.

https://allshallbewell.bandcamp.com/album/blauwgeel

http://www.allshallbewell.com

PLAY ORDER
ARTIST
SONG TITLE
ALBUM TITLE
TIME
LABEL
COUNTRY
YEAR
1
Mark McGuire
Entity (Presence)
Noctilucence
5.56
Lost Oceans
USA
2014
2
Loscil
In Threes
Sea Island
5.58
Kranky Records
Canada
2014
3
Stories From the Lost
Benefits
Impairment
6.51
Dunk! Records
Belgium
2014
4
Makee
Tone
Makee
4.07
Hidden Shoal
Australia
2014
5
Remember Remember
Magnets
Forgetting The Present
9.27
Rock Action Records
Scotland
2014
6
All Shall Be Well (and all shall be well and all manners of things shall be well)
Forgot Yesterday, Am Today And Will Be Tomorrow
ROODBLAUW
4.22
Self Released
Holland
2014
7
All Shall Be Well (and all shall be well and all manners of things shall be well)
Something Happened On Our Way Home
More Hope For Japan
6.11
Self Released
Holland
2014
8
All Shall Be Well (and all shall be well and all manners of things shall be well)
I Do Not Belong
BLAUWGEEL
6.08
Self Released
Holland
2014
9
Hessien
Army Of David
Your Empire, In Decline
5.24
The Long Story Recording Company
England/Australia
2014
10
Chihei Hatakeyama and Good Weather For An Airstrike
Morning In Summer
Falling Sun
10.33
Rural Colours
Japan/England
2014
11
The Echelon Effect
The Ridge
Sierra
5.26
Self Released
England
2014

		
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One Hundred and Forty Fourth Show Playlist – 16th November 2014

Welcome to the playlist for the regular Fade To Yellow show which broadcasts live on KOOP radio 91.7fm and it also streams live on the web at http://www.koop.org.

The cloudcast of the playlist of this show can be listened to here

This show featured an interview with To Destroy A City, who have just released their sophomore album titled Sunless on N5MD records. Music was featured from both their releases.

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Chicago-based To Destroy A City was formed after Andrew Welch (drums/synths/programming), Jeff Anderson (guitar/keyboards), and Michael Marshall (guitar) met through various iterations of previous musical projects. When the three finally sat down together in the summer of 2010, they moved quickly, writing and recording their debut within a year’s time. The self-titled album was released by n5MD in September 2011. The remix companion album, Rebuild, was released in 2012 and featured reworked tracks by local scene-mates as well as other artists from the n5MD roster. To Destroy A City’s sophomore full-length album entitled SUNLESS is due in September 2014. On SUNLESS, TDAC expands on where they left off, drawing from cinematic, literary, and musical influences to craft a sprawling yet cohesive follow-up. Sonically, TDAC moves effortlessly between delicate ambient passages to beat-induced grooves to soaring melodic peaks. Electronic beat production is intertwined with live percussion, while layers of guitars, synths and pianos forge the melodic foundation of the tracks. The uninitiated may find To Destroy A City analogous to label mates Lights Out Asia and port-royal, and, due to some periodic drifting into similar spaces, the wide-screen ambient guitar duo Hammock.

PLAY ORDER
ARTIST
SONG TITLE
ALBUM TITLE
TIME
LABEL
COUNTRY
YEAR
1
To Destroy A City
Goodbye, Dear Friend
To Destroy A City
8.02
N5MD
USA
2011
2
To Destroy A City
Daylight Station
Sunless
5.51
N5MD
USA
2014
3
To Destroy A City
The Messenger
Sunless
7.17
N5MD
USA
2014
4
Good Weather For An Airstrike
We Fall Back Into The Ocean
Signals
4.11
Sonic Reverie Records
England
2011
5
Red Ox
Every Color Of the Night
EP
9.53
Self Released
USA
2014
6
Daze Of Heaven
Michael Jackson
Karma Fading
6.20
Self Released
USA
2014
7
Mogwai
Ratts Of The Capital
Happy Songs For Happy People
8.25
Matador Records
Scotland
2003
8
Kamyar Tavakoli
A Glimpse
Single
4.11
Self Released
Iran
2014
9
Mono
Elysian Castles
The Last Dawn
8.11
Temporary Residence
Japan
2014

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One Hundred and Forty Third Show Playlist – 9th November 2014

Welcome to the playlist for the regular Fade To Yellow show which broadcasts live on KOOP radio 91.7fm and it also streams live on the web at http://www.koop.org.

The cloudcast of the playlist of this show can be listened to here

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A very special edition of Fade To Yellow featuring Austin band Cosms.

Formed on the first day of 2013, Austin-based COSMS is composed of a Josh and a Damen. With a sound that is familiar, yet strange, COSMS seamlessly weaves complex rhythms with ambient soundscapes and layers riffs that roll over them. Those inclined to hyphenated hybrid genre titles might consider it space-gaze-post-math-rock-noise. In the end, any attempt at an accurate description comes up short. Save yourselves the effort and just listen. They recorded their first 4 song EP at Ohm Studios in Austin, TX.

www.cosms.bandcamp.com
www.cosmsatx.tumblr.com
www.soundcloud.com/cosms

PLAY ORDER
ARTIST
SONG TITLE
ALBUM TITLE
TIME
LABEL
COUNTRY
YEAR
1
Brokenkites
Orbit Completes
Days Of Distant Stars
8.42
Self Released
USA
2014
2
Svarta Stugan
Neo-Futuristic
Aspects of Our Future Selves
3.16
Self Released
Sweden
2014
3
COSMS
megaton
EP
3.25
Self Released
USA
2013
4
Jakob
Oran Mor
Solace
5.17
 Midium Records
New Zealand
2006
5
Tycho
A Walk
Dive
5.17
Ghostly International
USA
2011
6
COSMS
Pagoda (live)
Live
4.42
Self Released
USA
2014
7
Tortoise
I Set My face To The Hillside
TNT
6.09
Thrill Jockey
USA
1998
8
ISIS
Altered Course
Panopticon
9.58
Ipecac
USA
2004
9
Duck Fight Goose
Running
Demo
8.36
Self Released
China
2014
10
Air
Alone In Kyoto
Talkie Walkie
4.49
Virgin 
France
2004
11
COSMS
Outlander
EP
3.16
Self Released
USA
2013

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One Hundred and Forty Second Show Playlist – 2nd November 2014

Welcome to the playlist for the regular Fade To Yellow show which broadcasts live on KOOP radio 91.7fm and it also streams live on the web at http://www.koop.org.

The cloudcast of the playlist of this show can be listened to here

PLAY ORDER
ARTIST
SONG TITLE
ALBUM TITLE
TIME
LABEL
COUNTRY
YEAR
1
Millimetrik
La fabrique des impossibles
Lonely Lights
3.41
Self Released
Canada
2014
2
To Destroy A City
Visionaries
Sunless
9.56
N5MD
USA
2014
3
(ghost)
Finding Elas
A Vast And Decaying Appearance
6.57
N5MD
USA
2014
4
::thinkstandard::
False Darling
Single
5.20
Self Released
USA
2014
5
Mogwai
Deesh
Rave Tapes
5.34
Sub Pop
Scotland
2014
6
Cheer
Rain In The Wind
Red Walk
4.29
Self Released
Scotland
2007
7
Grouper
Labryrinth
Ruins
3.48
Kranky
USA
2014
8
Arroway
Beyond Our Reach
hover Over
3.53
Self Released
France
2014
9
Inventions
Entity
Inventions
6.34
Temporary Residence
USA
2013
10
Valerian Swing
Cariddi
Aurora
6.01
Self Released
Italy
2014

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