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NEWS: 25 hours of new shows - and probably the only radio station endorsing Ceaseless Salmagundi
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Leo Gilbert
A massive musical month, June, for me. My show has a towering 49 tunes from 40 different artists on 37 different labels, (possibly) drawn from half the globe. Holly Herndon has two, as do Maenad Veyl and Odd Nosdam, while Shlohmo, Lowly (their album Hifalutin in my favourite of the year so far) and Lakker have three apiece.
A bewildering number of outstanding albums and individual tracks have been released over the past few months, and they jostle for a place in my show, with most of them artists who are new to me (and to you?): Charlotte Adigéry, Crack Cloud, Curses, Did Virgo, Enea Pascal, Grebenstein & Seefried, Just Mustard, kandodo3, Mall Grab + Nite Fleit... I could go on.
Huge, as I say, and a real privilege for me to be able to share them with you. Why not buy every single one?
Also - listen out for my other show - billed as a "Ceaseless Salmagundi" ...

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Apparat - HEROIST
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Apparat is a German electronic musician (Sascha Ring) living in Berlin, Germany who since 1999 has been running the Berlin based record label "Shitkatapult" together with T.Raumschmiere. Starting out with dance floor-oriented techno, he later started to create ambient music and recently became "more interested in designing sounds than beats". Recent music is closer to glitch, clicks and cuts or IDM, accompanied with classical string instruments and other sounds. He works with his own tool created in MAX/MSP framework. Effects are controlled by midicontroller.

"While sensitively orchestrating his chamber musical qualities on his records or in his studio, his live performances are known for kicking some ass!" From Shitkatapult website

He collaborated with Ellen Allien in 2003 on the album Berlinette, and again in 2006 on the album Orchestra of Bubbles.

Apparat's fourth album,The Devil’s Walk released on 27 September 2011 through Mute Artists, began during a lengthy trip Apparat took in 2010 to Mexico, where he worked in a makeshift studio in the town of Sayulita.

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Upcoming gigs:
Fri 28 Jun 2019Montreux Jazz Festival 2019: Montreux, SwitzerlandConcerts by songkick
Fri 5 Jul 2019Apparat and David August at Montreux Jazz Lab (July 5, 2019): Montreux Jazz Lab, Montreux, SwitzerlandConcerts by songkick
Sat 6 Jul 2019Jeff Mills, Apparat, Elisa Do Brasil, DJ Marcelle, and 10 more… at Manoir de Kéroual (July 6, 2019): Manoir de Kéroual, Brest, FranceConcerts by songkick
Wed 10 Jul 2019Dour Festival 2019: Dour Festival, Dour, BelgiumConcerts by songkick
Sat 13 Jul 2019Apparat, Chloe, and Vassilena Serafimova at Philharmonie De Paris (July 13, 2019): Philharmonie De Paris, Paris, FranceConcerts by songkick

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Before that we played:
Lowly - children
Shlohmo - Rock Music
Colossal Squid (Adam Betts) - Kick Punch (ft. AK Patterson)
Mina - One Leg (ft. Bryte)