Of the countless tracks that make it to the airwaves each week at Red Light Radio, some leave a more lasting impression than others. From month to month, enjoy a sampling of favorite tracks heard on air, courtesy of the team at RLR. September’s picks include music by Creation Rebel, Mateo Murphy, Genji Sawai and more.
Chosen from the Strange Music From Beyond November group posts, this selection falls coincidentally along a theme of either hypnotic instrumental tracks, or where vocals, wherever present, function more as an instrument.
David Cunningham – “Circle” (1986)
Totally incredible tape-only release.
Orlando Kimber / John Keliehor – “One Language” (1984)
Beautiful “Oriental” themed Bruton library LP.
Roberto De Simone – “II° Coro Delle Lavandaie” (1976)
Neapolitan soundtrack to what must have been a wildly inventive opera performance.
The Slipstream Group – “Bygones” (1981)
Medieval ambience from the Forest Of Evil Part 2 Library LP.
Randomize – “Movilidad Incesante” (1986)
Crazy proto-techno sounds that could have been released yesterday.
Fred A. – “November” (1984)
Amazing synth-pop/new-wave record; this LP was totally unknown to me and one of the reasons why I love this group – for the chance to find “new” old music.
Giampiero Boneschi – A New Sensation In Sound (The New Sound Of A Voice) (1974)
One of my favorite Italian Library LPs with a really unique sound, impossible for me to pick one track and I highly recommend the whole thing for peaceful/meditative listening.