2019年3月4日月曜日

[235.2] Mori To Kiroku No Ongaku #10



3月1日に放送されたLYL Radio「Mori To Kiroku No Ongaku」の第10回。今回は後半の特集は組まず、最近興味が再燃しているフューチャージャズやダウンテンポ、セントギガで知ったスムースジャズのナンバーなど、チルアウトな気分で2時間選曲しました。お楽しみいただければ幸いです。here is a new mix of deep and slow chill-out music from my LYL Radio show broadcasted last week. it reflects my recent interest and listening. please enjoy!



tracklist:
Ryota Nozaki - Nights Over Mars
Fragment Orchestra - Sunlit
Mario Rosini - Jamin
Tom Wolgers - Nature Mort
Merge - Long Distance
Gianluca Mosole - New House
Danny Gottlieb - The Aviary
The Suntwins - The Big Dream
Marcel - Viginti Etduo
Schizophrenia - Schizophrenia (Edit)
Quiet Force - Listen To The Music
Eleventeen Eston - Indian Blue
Zenamon - Palermo 10 A.M.
Mindtrap - Train From Paris
Joseph Shabason - I Thought That I Could Get Away With It
Kuromitsu - Night Fish
Knopha - San
Projections - Luminate Part 2
Jun Sato - 99 Queen's Gate
Acoustic Alchemy - Missing Your Touch
Mario Rosini - Waltz

[235.1] Les Sonntag 005



ミラノ在住のDJ=Giamp Resaglia(ジアンプ・リサグリア)が昨年新たに立ち上げたレーベルLes Giants。そのポッドキャスト「Les Sonntag」にあてて作った1時間のミックスが彼らのミックスクラウドのページで公開になりました。「Les Sonntag」とは、毎回日曜日に配信される「思考とリラクセーションのための音楽」シリーズ。今回、主に80年代後期から90年代初期にかけて日本で制作されたTV・映画のサウンドトラックやヒーリングのための音楽から、夏の終わりの一日をイメージして選曲してみました。
Les Giantsは第1弾タイトルとして、昨年10月にK. Leimer(ケリー・レイマー)の83年作「Music For Land And Water」をヴァイナルでリイシュー。今後もブラジルの打楽器奏者によるレアタイトルのリイシューほか、伝統音楽、実験音楽、アンビエント・ミュージックを中心としたリリースが計画されているとのことです。Giampさん、声をかけてくださりありがとうございました。


this mix is called "Deep Blue", a name associated with one beautiful track of the set. it was selected from music for movie, television, or relaxation, mostly written between the late '80s and the early '90s in Japan. an out-of-season, late summer mix. please enjoy!



tracklist:
S.R.Kinoshita - Blue
Soichi Noriki - キッチン 満月 (Kitchen/Full Moon)
Shinsuke Honda - 海辺の散策者 (A Walk By The Seaside)
Mwto Hiroo - Colors Of Tide
Akira Mitake - 冷艶の窓辺 (Frosty Beautiful Window)
Takahiko Ishikawa - ブランコの思い出 (Memories Of A Swing)
Toshifumi Hinata - Broken Belief
Mitsuhiro Nagano - 樹雫 (Water Drops On Trees)
Junichi Kamiyama & La Muse d'etoile - レチクル座 (Reticulum)
Yuriko Nakamura - 水平線のむこうに (Far Beyond The Horizon)
Tomoyuki Hayashi - ディープ・ブルー (Deep Blue)
Shinsuke Honda - 晩夏 (Late Summer)

Les Giants

Record label based in Milan
run by Giamp Resaglia & Davide Croc O'dile Darke
www.lesgiants.com / facebook

2019年3月2日土曜日

[235] va Anthology Of Contemporary Music From Africa Continent


Label: Unexplained Sounds Group
Catalog#: USG052
Format: CD, Album, Compilation
Country: Italy
Released: 2019
DISCOGS

1  FRKTL - Hverfa af himni heiðar stjörnur  4:54

2  Abdellah M. Hassak - 7 Heavens  4:42
3  Ahmed Saleh - Right Side  4:23
4  Victor Gama - A Luta Inicia  3:08
5  Eryck Abecassis - Cascades  5:54
6  Healer Oran - TaP{-  3:03
7  Mehdi Halib - E IX  3:15
8  Abdellah M. Hassak - Yearnings Complacency (feat Aziz Nadif)  4:58
9  In_o - (J. Krishnamurti)  7:43
10  Eryck Abecassis - Mailles  6:25
11  Victor Gama - Second Movement. Kalian Mode  5:44
12  Nur - Mediterranean  4:20
13  1§ÅdØrÅ dµ§+m1+(∑) jµnk - +cage-(overhaul.075-=-gives-you-6)solution#2to-kill-hurts  4:00
14  AMET - Imposer Le Savoir  5:41

African music is as diverse as the topography of the land itself, and is said to be comprised of literally thousands of different styles of music. But many experts of regional music tend to separate African music into two distinct groups: North African Music, which is strongly Arabic and Islamic in nature, and Black African music, or that which is centralized in the Western, Central and Sub Saharan regions of Africa. So many iconic Western musicians have incorporated African instrumentation, ideas and ideals into their music.And ultimately there is an almost infinite variety of music forms, most of which, on some level, have been produced as a result of African music, or influenced by it. Whether Western instruments have evolved from ancient African models, or whether we have adopted our knowledge in terms of rhythms and cross rhythms, various scalic patterns, and the basic evolution of melody and harmony, Western music undoubtedly owes an immeasurable debt of gratitude to the African peoples for their wisdom, insight and creativity. During recent decades we've witnessed more and more of the inverse phenomenon, with African musicians absorbing styles and trends developed in Western countries, so that at last the circle has closed. Finally, then, we can embark on our "unexplained sounds" journey into Mother Africa.


Edited by ©Unexplained Sounds Group 

Curated and mastered by Raffaele Pezzella (Sonologyst) 
sonologyst.com 
Design: Francesco Di Stasio 

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