This is what we played:
You can find most of the tracks on this Spotify Playlist.
DJ Koze – Simon East
Stefan Kozalla, better known as DJ Koze, is a German DJ and music producer. He was part of German hip-hop act Fischmob in the 1990s, while also recording under the name Adolf Noise. He began recording under the DJ Koze moniker in the 2000s, releasing music through the German electronic label Kompakt. He has done remixes for countless acts.
20:00 It’s Only (DJ Koze Mix) – Herbert
20:02 Atlas (DJ Koze Remix) – Battles
20:05 Made To Stray (DJ Koze Remix) – Mount Kimbie
20:07 Bad Kingdom (DJ Koze Remix) – Moderat
20:10 Muddy Funster – DJ Koze & Kurt Wagner
20:15 The Love Truck – DJ Koze
20:22 Illumination – DJ Koze & Roisin Murphy
20:25 I Exhale (DJ Koze Remix) – Underworld
Miles Davis – Susie White
Miles was an American jazz trumpeter, bandleader and composer. He was one of the most influential trumpet players in the history of jazz and 20th century music. His albums Birth of Cool (1949 &1950) Kind of Blue (1959 &1975) and Sketches of Spain (1960) highlight his innovation and incredible talent.
20:30 ‘Round Midnight (live) – Miles Davis Quintet
20:40 So What (live) – Miles Davis and John Coltrane
20:50 Blue In Green – Miles Davis
Ted Stevens – Neil Patterson
Ted Stevens came to ‘fame’ alongside Mike Mogis and Conor Oberst (Bright Eyes) as part of the vibrant, mid-90s music scene centred around Saddle Creek Records in Omaha, Nebraska. Through the mid to late ’90s Ted led Lullaby For The Working Class, releasing a handful of albums and EPs, each delivering the impassioned immediacy of emo-core with arcane, spine-tingling acoustic instrumentation. In 1999 Ted joined Cursive as guitarist, whilst periodically releasing his own music as Mayday and Unknown Ted Stevens Project.
21:00 Eskimo Song Duel – Lullaby For The Working Class
21:03 In Honor of My Stumbling – Lullaby For The Working Class
21:06 Temple/Temporary/Extempore/Tempo – Mayday
21:09 Herald! Frankenstein – Cursive
21:12 Standing in Line at the Gates of Hell – Mayday
21:15 Dead World – Ted Stevens Unknown Project
21:18 Still Life – Lullaby For The Working Class
21:21 Tone/Atone/Atonal – Mayday
21:24 Asleep On The Subway – Lullaby For The Working Class
21:26 The Man vs. The Tide [Part 2] – Lullaby For The Working Class
Billie Holiday – Susie White
Billie Holiday was a jazz vocalist born in 1915 in Philidelphia. Her first influence on her singing came when she used to run errands for the girls in a near-by brothel in return for listening to jazz musicians such as Louis Armstrong. She originally went to audition at a club to dance but didn’t get through but then was asked if she sang, and that was her break. In 1938 she appeared at Cafe Society in New York and introduced one of her best-known songs, Strange Fruit, a poem written to music by Abel Meerpool as a protest song.
21:30 Blue Moon – Billie Holiday
21:33 I’ll Be Seeing You – Billie Holiday
21:36 All Of Me – Billie Holiday
21:39 Fine And Mellow – Billie Holiday
21:42 When You’re Smiling – Billie Holiday
21:46 I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me – Billie Holiday
21:50 One For My Baby – Billie Holiday
21:55 Strange Fruit – Billie Holiday
Eno Collaborations – Tim Herring
Brian Peter George St John le Baptiste de la Salle Eno, born 1948, is best known for his pioneering work in ambient and systems music and as a highly influential record producer. Starting as the synth player for Roxy Music in 1971, he branched out on his own to help create ambient music. He has worked with some of the major artists of the last 30 years, including David Bowie, Robert Fripp, John Cage, David Byrne and more recently Damon Albarn.
22:00 Virginia Plain – Roxy Music
22:04 Atmosphere – Harmonia & Brian Eno
22:09 Warszawa – David Bowie
22:14 Heavy Seas Of Love – Damon Albarn
22:18 Die Bunge – Cluster & Brian Eno
22:22The Jezebel Spirit – David Byrne and Brian Eno
22:25 Love Without Violins – The Gift & Brian Eno
Deepchord – Tom Beesley
Deepchord is the recording moniker for US electronic music producer Rod Modell. He also releases material using vintage analogue equipment with Stephen Hitchell as Echospace. The sounds at work are predominantly those associated with dub-techno: dubby beats, crisp static, synthetic analogue grooves, and deep chords. The film shown is an archive assemblage entitled Race for Space.
22:28 Sonorous Unreleased Intrusion Dub – Echospace
22:37 Wind In Trees – Deepchord
22:44 North Sea – Deepchord
22:50 Aeronautics – Deepchord
22:56 Cruising Towards Dawn – Deepchord