This week’s guest on my Radar show is Florida based ATNARKO:
1st hour with Emma Jayne.
Jaxson– Brunchpunch Hypercolour
Glimpse and Alex Jones –Felaz Hypercolour
Volta– Yala Moral Fibre
Dirt Crew – I’m Here Chilli Mint
David Keno –Big Mono Keno
Chymera- Umbrella (Spooky Remix) Ovum – off the radar track – released in 2007
Noah Pred – Monotasking (Acid Chapter Extension) Thoughtless Music
Manuel Tur – High Needs Low Freerange
2k Subs – Haunted Corsair label based in Brighton.
Manchester’s Claro Intelecto – known to the parents who bought him a first synth at age ten as Mark Stewart – is a wise old head when it comes to music production. He learnt the hard way, before the days of downloadable software, instead playing around with tracker programs, wrestling with various sequencers, toying with Octomed and later sampling using Cubase, all the while putting into practice the skills he learnt from his piano tutor.
Actress, AKA Darren Cunningham, releases his 3rd album R.I.P. on Honest Jon’s this week.
Cunningham grew up in Wolverhampton and played football for West Brom, before an injury in the early-00s sent him out of the game and into music, first DJing, then producing, via a Roland Groovebox and a Dictaphone.
Radar’s label of the month is Tsuba Records:
Launched in January 2006 by Kevin Griffiths, Tsuba is regarded as one of the world’s key players in underground house music, releasing deep & soulful house and techno. This is not simply PR spin, but a fact backed up by RA’s all time top 100 most charted labels, where Tsuba sits behind Crosstown Rebels as the second UK label in the list.