RC 280: Broken Springs, Black Holes & Snowcastles

It’s the equinox, spring has sprung…or has it? Mini-Beast from the East has the nerve (agents) to spoil our spring, so I thought I’d do what I did with #278 and force the snow to disappear again with a podcast, and it seems to have worked. Yr welcome!

The show is dedicated to Professor Stephen Hawking, black holes, snowcastles and distant friends and their ghost(ly) presences with a wide range of music from metal covers of Adele and Drake, to new-ish hiphop from RTJ and EBM, Icelandic composers, retro and new mashups and electronica, post-rock and even a Bollywood meets modern disco, classic space disco and funk knees up!

If you can’t find anything to like here you are either dead, under a pile of snow, or into purely modern jazz.

A Brief History of Existential Time Crisis (193MB, 2:14)

  • Ghost – Here Comes The Sun
  • osymyso – 8-beat-inspection
  • Epic Beard Men – Not Ur Uber
  • The Art Of Noise – Camilla – The Old, Old Story
  • Leo Moracchioli feat. Pete Cottrell – Hello
  • Seraphim – Hotline Bling (Drake Cover)
  • Courtney Barnett – Pedestrian at Best
  • Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle & Mahendra Kapoor – Pyar Zindagi Hai
  • Amanda Lear – Black Holes
  • Raf Rundell – Right Time
  • Linda Williams – City Living (The Reflex Edit)
  • Run The Jewels – A Report To The Shareholders : Kill Your Masters
  • Carlos Perón – Nothing Is True, Everything Is Permitted
  • Daniel Avery – Slow Fade
  • Chris Carter – Interloop
  • Gil Scott-Heron – Angel Dust (The Reflex Revision)
  • Psychemagik – Sister Of The Moon
  • Run The Jewels – Crown (feat. Diane Coffee)
  • Carfax – Window Box
  • Courtney Barnett – Need A Little Time
  • Mogwai – What Are They Doing in Heaven Today?
  • Úlfur Eldjárn – The History of Science
  • Neblina Sound – Madonna Vs Trentemøller – Music Miss You (Video Mix)
  • Penguin Cafe Orchestra – The Sound Of Someone You Love Who’s Going Away And It Doesn’t Matter
  • Christy Moore – Shine On You Crazy Diamond

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