As this solemn and surprising September Month is coming closer to its end, I’m becoming a tad pessimistic about what the next month will bring. Granted I’m not filled with doom and negativity, as I know there are new albums, fun and gigs to get excited for, but It does make you take stock a lot more; in my opinion, I guess. Of course, if you are one of those busy creative types then Autumn gives you that excuse to lock you don’t your studio. So, on my chatbit, I wondered what is your most creative season of the year or does it generally vary?
Creatively, we had a spread of styles this week, with New tracks from National Milk Bar – Patient 82 – Close To Monday – Nature Of Wires – The Distant Minds – Lomond Campbell – Ghost Georgie, and plenty more fine classics and remixed delights.
1. Agency V – This Time
2. Wilson Serrano – Breathless feat. Tarabud (Vocal Radio Mix)
3. Analogue Electronic Whatever – Crazyheads (RU Receiving Radio Mix)
4. Promenade Cinema – The Arch House
5. Psykelektric – Signs
6. National Milk Bar – Don’t Make Me Laugh
7. Unheard Sirens Incorporated – Don’t Go
8. Toyah – It’s a Mystery
9. Centre Excuse – Joy Joy Joy
10. Patient 82 – Don’t question. Don’t feel. Ft To See Beyond the Shadows
11. Keldari Station – Human Kindness
12. Hanna Rua – Hold The Light
13. Color Theory – Trick of the Light
14. Close to Monday – Beautiful Pain
15. Static Shore – Money and Time
16. Tin Gun – Take Your Time
17. Nature of Wires – No Need (non-explicit)
18. Symmetrix – No One Knows
19. VEiiLA – Don’t Fool Yourself
20. The Distant Minds – SILENCED
21. Crimson Medici – Mother (Take your time) (Radio Edit)
22. Left Engelmann AND Jessica J. – Stardust after all (album version)
23. Lomond Campbell – Even Songbirds Suffer
24. Depeche Mode – Clean (Remastered)
25. Jackson VanHorn – Limits of Life
26. Ghost Georgie – the wolf
27. Pinklogik – The Only Mistake
28. Circuit3 – Future Radio (Radio Edit)
Broadcast live on Sept 20th, 2022.
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