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Two shows from me this month, to make up for missing September. My two-hour escapade is bursting with tunes of all shades, colours and disreputable backgrounds from all over the world.
Jane Weaver pops up twice, once as herself and once in her new guise as Fenella, while Marika Hackman does not hold back in telling us what she rather exhaustingly gets up to all night. I have two Marks, a Jangly one navigating us home from The Morning After the Party, and a Dark one, working with Not Waving on Murder in Fugue.
Electro bangers come in the form of Si Begg and Derailleur, while there are remixes of Fever Ray, Flume, Thom Yorke and The Horrors. Kim Gordon's excoriating first solo output is a real highlight, and I mark the sad death of Daniel Johnston by playing one of my favourites of his tunes. And, believe it or not, there's more besides, so why not listen in?

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Laurence Pike - The Shock of Hope Buy this track
Laurence Pike
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Laurence Pike is an Australian drummer and electronic musician. He studied at Sydney Conservatorium of Music under Mike Nock. Pike has specialised in improvised music, "[integrating] everything from jazz to psych to ambient to ... experimental electronic."

Laurence is a member of PVT (formerly Pivot) and Szun Waves, and a former member of Triosk. He released his debut solo album Distant Early Warning with The Leaf Label on 30 March 2018.[2][3][1]

The album was recorded on a drum kit and sampler in one day, and was described by All About Jazz as "a technological and spiritual jazz suite" and "a work of intense serenity."
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Before that we played:
Jai Paul - He Buy this track
Africa Express - Sizi Freaks (feat. Infamous Boiz, Moonchild Sanelly) Buy this track