Tarquin Manek live set on Berlin Community Radio this Friday

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Shub Roy’s Revelate show, home to “genre-less abstraction with a focus on noise, experimental, punk/post-punk, various threads of electronic music and more”, returns to Berlin Community Radio this Friday, 15 July with a live set of oneiric dubwise electronics, corroded cold wave and revelatory avant-song experiments from our very own Tarquin Manek (pictured above).

Melbourne native Manek released a solo album, Tarquin Magnet, on Blackest Ever Black last year, and is a member of the bands F ingers and Tarcar (he’s also behind LST and several other more incognito projects). Currently in Europe for recording sessions and selected live dates (please direct any booking enquiries here), he will release a new record in Autumn/Winter 2016.


 

RA.528 Raime – podcast now available

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Raime have recorded a mix of old-school garage, grime and 4×4 for Resident Advisor’s podcast series, available now. It features tracks by the likes of Geeneus, Anthill Mob, Sunship, DJ Scud and DJ Charmzy; as they explain in the accompanying Q&A, productions of this ilk strongly influenced the arrangements, basslines and drum programming of their recently released Tooth album.


 

Blackest Ever Black radio show, May 2015

Blackest Ever Black returns to Berlin Community Radio for the May 2015 edition of its monthly show, tomorrow (Tuesday 4 May) at 5pm CET. Listen live if you can; the archived podcast will be available for stream/download later this week.

UPDATE: You can now listen to or download the show via Soundcloud. Includes forthcoming Blackest Ever Black material from Barnett + Coloccia, Ossia, F ingers and Tarquin Manek.


 

November edition of Berlin Community Radio show available to stream/download

The November 2014 edition of the Blackest Ever Black show on Berlin Community Radio has been archived and is now available to stream/download via Soundcloud. Includes the majestic ‘Fireball’ by Tarcar, taken from their imminent Mince Glace 12″ on Blackest Ever Black, and something by Infrastructure Zero, who have material forthcoming on Blackest in 2015.