Playlist: Soleado – Intro Sound Voyage – Golden Garuda Richard Marks – Purple Haze The Mauskovic Dance Band – Dance Place Garage Los Pekenikes – Cerca De las Estrellas Pedestrians – Commuter Fantasy George & Glen Miller – Easing The Mystery Lights – Someone Else Is In Control Ae3 – Black Rider Obongjayar – Never Change Tobias – Coisa Sentimental Ikah Moon – La Tarara Etubom Rex Williams & His Nigerian Artistes – Psychedelic Shoes
Hay que adaptarse, la realidad es líquida, fake news y todo eso. Filosofía mierder en Soleado y música. No, música no, temarracos.
Playlist: Soleado – Intro Beat Bronco Organ Trio – Easy Baby Kindness Feat. Seinabo Sey – Lost Without War San – Beasts And Lions Reginald Omas Mamode IV – Kand Zot Pou Apprende Jimi Tenor Feat. Florence Adooni & Lizzy Amaliyenga – Vocalize My Luv J-E-T-S Feat. Tkay Maidza – Real Truth Quantic – Atlantic Oscillations Natural Sugars – Zombie Jungle Ry-co Jazz – Mambo Ryco Galt MacDermot – Coffee Cold Sir Shina Peters & His International Stars – Late Aboderin
The first episode of the new Soleado cycle fits on one side of a 90-minute cassette tape (we recommend TDK SA or Maxell XLII). Loads of good tunes though, including a modest goodbye to Keith Flint, Hal Blaine and Mark Hollis, all of whom recently changed the temporary for the eternal. Spanish spoken!
Arthur Russell – Make 1,2
Nicole Willis & Banda Palomita – Reparate
The Circle Of Confusion Feat. Cornel Campbell – Hole In The Ceiling
Greg Phillinganes – Lazy Nina
Rels B – Hey, Shorty!
Orchestre Abass – Haka Dunia
Souleance – François
Aldous Harding – The Barrel
Pajaro Sunrise – French Car
Eerie Wanda – Hands Of The Devil
Talk Talk – Desire
While it seems we’re at the mercy of a couple of clowns on the verge of activating their respective Doomsday Devices just to see who’s got the bigger hands/smaller mind, Soleado just keep playing the tunes. This week there’s two by the sadly departed Bruce Langhorne, AKA Mr. Tambourine Man, and a bunch more by Duke Bird Jnr, Laetitia Sadier, Ondatrópica, Louis Coles, Tenderlonious, Izo Fitzroy, Jill Peacock, and Winter Family.
Broadcasting from his summer mansion on the east coast, Lubacov’s sounding rather nocturnal in this week’s Soleado. The show opens and closes with Alex Rocks, whose first album is coming out this week, and there are some quality tunes by the likes of Louis Cole, Deoke, Ephemerals, spoony bard, and B. Bravo.