Happy Halloweekend! As has become a seasonal tradition on this radio show, here is a 2-hour episode of dark and experimental music spanning the globe.
Always a good time of year to reflect upon our mortality, eat junk food, and to push ourselves out of our comfort zones. I hope you enjoy the spooky tunes!
Your radio ghost,
Take a trip to southern Japan and explore the diverse music of Kyūshū Island.. from left-field pop to electronic ambience and futuristic hip hop – they’ve got it all!
Can you handle one last 2020 music retrospective? I promise it won’t have any Fiona Apple or any picks from other mainstream media sources. Despite being unanimously and pointlessly blamed for all of our human problems, 2020 was of course pretty great for music creation and releases. The beauty of music helped many souls survive global imprisonment, and quarantine gave many musicians the opportunity to tune out the world and simply create music. Despite financial struggles for most musicians (no touring, continual death of album sales), these brave creatures continue to make some of the most sublime, placeless and timeless art that humanity has never even dreamed of. These artists are my heroes. Thank you and groove on.
Time for some musical catharsis. Presenting the annual Global Horror music mix!
The creepiest episode of the year includes 28 songs representing 15 nations. It’s always one of my favourites to make because it allows me to indulge my dark side (we’ve all got one I think). There’s a ridiculous variety of stuff in here. Some will make you dance, others will make you want to hide. There are songs about monsters, vampires, the apocalypse, hot beer, ghosts, and everyday horrors aplenty. I hope you enjoy the paranormal journey.