jvbr – non lieux

30Jul13

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Welcome to another Headphone Commute podcast. Today we have an eclectic selection of amazing music spanning over two hours of fresh and classic selection by Cologne (Germany) based jvbr (Kevin Gabriel and Jan Stollenwerk), who curated this vinyl-only session by bouncing the mix back and forth between each other. Take a look at the tracklist and you will see how the mix evolves from ambient textures by Deaf Center and L. Pierre to darker spaces by Raime and Miles to dub rhythms by cv313 and deadbeat, to Demdike Stare and Andy Stott and on and on and on… It’s a beautiful journey [full of delicious vinyl crackle] that is starting off my morning just right, and I’m hoping that you’ll agree! Please enjoy responsibly and support the featured artists!

Artwork by Roman Mihalevitch.

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Tracklisting:
deaf center – vintage well // type
l. pierre – exits // melodic
console – formicula // disko b
raime – the last foundry // blackest ever black
rainer veil – bala // modern love
miles – sense data // blackest ever black
aun – traveller // denovali
felix k – res extensa // hidden hawaii
deadbeat – as we conquer // blckrtz
cv313 – substraktive (sight below) // echospace detroit
2562 – theorem #23 // multireverse
deadbeat – quitting time // ~scape
demdike stare – test pressing #2 // modern love
andy stott – signature // modern love
downliners ekt – incerta gloria // dsekt
rfi – acrobat field // island of stability
pye corner audio – deep end // ghost box
the eccentric research council – this is the north // bird records
claro intelecto – heart // delsin
grey reverend – regen // ninja tune
zelienople – the southern // type
vince i. watson – placid // pyramids of mars
bersarin quartett – inversion // denovali
deaf center – vintage well // type

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3 Responses to “jvbr – non lieux”

  1. 1 tony r

    Agree with Mead: This is one of the most interesting mixes I’ve heard in the past few years. Daring variety woven together with great taste. Thanks for the locus, HC.

  2. nice work!

  3. Damn. This is a fine mix. Up there with the best you’ve made available. The vinyl adds a great layer to these tracks.



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