kit records and pals

Kit Radio + Pals

What’s more fun that standing in a little room overlooking a skatepark and playing all your favourite songs through a pair of extremely loud Rokit speakers while swigging Polish beer and chortling into a microphone? Well, doing that with three good friends in the room – who also come armed with mystical, groovy records – apparently. This week on NTS I was joined by my good buddies Michael, Jon and Adam. Nothing was planned in advance, but the first hour features a lot of choral, atmospheric work, and the second half took on a more groovy shape. Thanks guys.

Best Available Technology – Arcs of Red
Canal boat engine
Gesualdo – Tradiderunt Me In Manus Impiorum
Claire Thomas and Susan Vezey – Bright Waves
Luca Nasciuti – Above the Clouds (edit)
A Georgian Congregational Song – O Holy God
Leafcutter John – Elements Chord Mode
Jennifer Fullerton – Honey I Automated the Kids
The Nag’s Head – The Unanswered
Eyeless In Gaza – You Frighten
Mark van Hoen – Holy Me
(Don’t Ask) – Nah Not Never
Laura Groves – Committed Language
Laxmikant Pyarelal – Zindage Ki Na Toote Ladi
Liam Rees – Alap
Aufklärung – I
Brian Eno – Golden Hours
Quintette Guinéenne – Douga
The Esso Trinidad Steel Band – I Want You Back
Lijadu Sisters – Come on Home
David Bowie – Boys Keep Swinging
Thee Mighty Caesars – I Can Judge A Daughter
Ryuichi Sakamoto – Riot in Lagos
Jake Meginsky – Vandals (excerpt)
Dizzy K – Excuse Me Baby
Awesome Wells – Lord Jim
Micachu and the Shapes – Suffering
Jib Kidder – Pets
Jennifer Fullerton – Spooky Action at a Distance
(Don’t Ask) – Clocking Off

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