In honor of the Olympics we're featuring artists from London's Just Music label. Hear from Honeyroot, who is Glenn Gregory (ex. Heaven 17 frontman) and Keith Lowndes (ex. ABC member).
Also music from Future Loop Foundation, who is Mark Barrott, creating ‘Aural History’ - and reinterpretations of his tracks by cutting edge downtempo producers, including Rob Da Bank, Chris Coco, Jon Kennedy and Pete Lawrence.
Also, music from Digitonal, who play a fusion of cinematic strings and electronica beats.
Also hear from England's Jon Hopkins, a Pirate Satellite fave. He "makes big, bold electronic music using walls of synths, twinkling melodies and amorphous bass rumbles." James Bond made a surprise entrance in the Olympic Opening Ceremonies; what will he do for Pirate Satellite?
Enjoy laid back electronic grooves and chill from London's Just Music label, the home of the Olympic games, Saturday morning at 9:00 Central. Live stream @kruufm.com. We'll post the playlist afterward.
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