electrical language no 148

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A trip around the north Atlantic in this podcast, so get out your maps and wrap up warm!

But some excellent music and some interesting languages.



Orka – Fjllini Standa Ti

No, not Samba Pa Ti, but I mispronounced the title of this song horribly. Another first for electrical language, a band from the Faroe Islands.


Future Project – Astronaut

The new project by Doti (ex of d-alternative – listen to the excellent Schiza on electrical language 138) and electromarek. FP are from Poland, and here’s a link to their jamendo page.

A Band Called Quinn – Astronauts

ABCQ are amongst Scotland’s finest, and I couldn’t resist following Astronaut with Astronauts, the opening song on their excellent album Luss. (A must-buy album)




The Raveonettes – BlackWhite

Stonking rock and roll duo from NYC. Go to their myspace for some free remixes, and look out for the album Lust Lust Lust.




Hellvar – Give Me Gold and Nowhere

Rock meets Electronica and Electronica meets new wavewhen this Icelandic band play. You can buy the album Bat Out Of Hellvar from Kimi Records

This week’s soundbed music is Rock Steady by RAS Nabu and Players Union. The title music is by Tragic Shell Suit Disaster.

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