Spool's Out Radio
Cassette-based music show
Spool’s Out Radio #127: TWNTY AYTIN
January 11, 2018 04:26 AM PST
The first Spool's Out of 2018 is a straight up shot of the best recent underground tape releases from across the globe. Includes some wonky dark-psych-hop, epic Viennese synth pop, Irish avant folk atmospheres, plus plenty more...Spool’s Out Radio #126: Konektor
December 21, 2017 02:24 AM PST
This week it's a discussion with three small independent labels recorded in Prague last weekend. Peter Gonda from Baba Vanga, Ondřej Lasák from Genot Centre, and Jonáš Gruska from LOM talk about running their labels, their motivations, and the practicalities of the underground scene in Czechia and Slovakia.Spool’s Out Radio #125: Maymind
December 13, 2017 03:27 PM PST
This week we've got Minority Consensus, a new mix from DJ and producer Maymind, showcasing ambient freefalls rubbing shoulders with dubby atmospherics—plus a number of unreleased productions from Maymind himself. It's at once a nod to the influences that shaped the sublime twists and turns of Illumina, his most recent full length for Mexico City's Umor Rex, and a hint at what is in store on future releases.
The mix was recorded in one live take, making heavy use of the analog filters on the Allen & Heath Xone:62 and a trusty Quadraverb effects unit...
Spool’s Out Radio #124: Heejin Jang
November 29, 2017 10:58 PM PST
Heejing Jang is a South Korean artist based in NYC, behind some of the moodiest sound collages ever put to tape. She recently issued a new, noisier assemblage via Doom Trip Records, thus she's put together a guest mix blending original tracks with new field recordings made this month during a trip home to Korea.Spool’s Out Radio #124: Heejin Jang
November 29, 2017 10:58 PM PST
Heejing Jang is a South Korean artist based in NYC, behind some of the moodiest sound collages ever put to tape. She recently issued a new, noisier assemblage via Doom Trip Records, thus she's put together a guest mix blending original tracks with new field recordings made this month during a trip home to Korea.
Spool’s Out Radio #123: Leaaves
November 22, 2017 03:38 PM PST
Leaaves is the prolific ambient project of NYC-based Nate Wagner. He's just released his fifth tape of the year via our buddies ACR, and has previously appeared on the likes of Audio. Visuals. Atmosphere., Phinery, A Giant Fern, Tymbal Tapes and others. This week, Leaaves has put together a mix of recent faves, some of his own music, plus more inspirations and adorations. Close your eyes and chill.Spool’s Out Radio #122: Alocasia Garden
November 09, 2017 01:18 AM PST
This week's episode features a guest mix by prolific UK-based purveyor of dark noises and bleak experiments: Alocasia Garden.Spool’s Out Radio #121: One-two-one
November 02, 2017 07:34 AM PDT
For our 121st episode it’s back-2-back, one-on-one, b2b tape hits, featuring favourites from my ever growing tape collection. I recently moved flat, having to shift most of my tapes in one big go – and it’s getting out of hand. I’ll be spending a few shows in the next few months going back through the unloved classic tapes from the last few years we’ve failed to give enough air time…Spool’s Out Radio #120: Healing Artists
October 26, 2017 06:31 AM PDT
This week’s blend of new music on tape blends Bristolian dub, indefinable noises, minimalism, poetry, and the sounds of the River Rabble amongst many other things. Featuring some of the music we’ve been premiering recently via Spools-Out.comSpool’s Out Radio #119: MrDougDoug
October 18, 2017 06:53 PM PDT
MrDougDoug (aka Doug Kaplan) is a manic collagist of the highest degree. As one third of Good Willsmith (and co-owner of Hausu Mountain), today's session from Doug marks the completion of a triumvirate alongside previous Spool's sessions with TALsounds and Mukqs. This one however, is outright noise madness, featuring a colliding wall of laughing Jerry Garcias, and an indefatigable mash-up of YouTube clips and found American junk. Are we insane to put this on the radio? Yes.
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