Let me start you off with some mellow, spacey drifts and maybe a stroll through some shadowy avenues. Follow the sequencer pulses to keep track of where you are. We’re into the library for the back half.
This one kicks off a little dark and odd, if I may. Then it’s into the Spotlight with the sensuous spices of Al Gromer Khan’s brand of world music. I’ll drop some beats on you before the show’s through. Dig in.
Here’s how this one runs: we throw open the throttle with a few Berlin School style tracks, we coast along for 30 on the drifting sounds of Carey Moore, then we close it all out with three more deep rides. All good? Get comfy.
For one more show, we’ll focus on the Newish queue. But after this we’re going to need to give the library some love again. Between two new sets you’ve got the Half-hour Spotlight, featuring the ethereal, Faerie-inspired dreamscapes of Paulina Cassidy.
*I read my notes wrong. Saso is the duet of Jim Lawler and Ben Rawlins. They’re joined on this album by pianist Kevin Corcoran. Sorry for the oversight, lads—I was very excited to get this lovely album onto the show.