soundtrack // soulfunkjazzhiphop // detroittechnoelectronica // afroreggaedub // krautrockindustrialsynth
Whether you are listening in your space, outer space or time space welcome to 'Beats of all Nations' hosted by myself Dark Mart. I aim to take you on a musical journey exploring Detroit Techno, Chicago House, Electronica and its roots in Soul, Funk, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Afro-Beat, Krautrock & Post Punk. From Carl Craig, Fela Kuti, Kraftwerk, Throbbing Gristle, Gangstarr, & Aphex Twin to Larry Heard, John Carpenter, George Clinton & Sun Ra. This is predominantly a show about rhythm & emotion in music. I'll be playing the music I love and sharing my record collection of 25 years. Yes, it's vinyl all the way so you'll have to excuse the odd crackle & pop. You'll probably not like all I play but hopefully you'll hear something you've never heard before which will take you on your own journey of musical exploration and discovery. If you would like to get in touch to discuss the show or music in general feel free to do so and I hope you enjoy the show.
21:00 - 22:00
06/11/2017 // 2 Forward 1 Back To Enchantment
A real cross section of music in tonights show most of it impossible to categorize like the opening and closing tracks of the show taken from 'Fantastic Twins' album 'Obakodomo' newly out on 'Optimo Music'.
There is also a track from 'Golden Teachers' New LP called 'Kazimier' and sticking with Glasgow labels and musicians a dub and dance wise production called 'The Groove' from 'Sordid Soundsytem' on 'Invisible Inc.'
We also have infusions of Afro-electronic music courtesy of 'Hector Zazou and Bony Bikaye' and 'Denis Mpunga & Paul K.'
A track from French-Belgian synth pop trio 'Antena', influences from Turkey in the shape of 'Mekine U Teksi and from the middle east in the shape of 'Chaim'.
Heading across to U.S.A we have a wonderful yet eccentric electro-pop track from 'Kerry Leimer' and another by 'Hector Plimmer'.
Finally somewhere in the mix, an acid-jazz-pop number by 'Futurologischer Congress' taken 'Macadam Mambo's' wonderful 'Danzas Electricas' complilation.