Guestmix by Scanner

I listen to music constantly, from the moment I wake until I go to bed. Trying to choose what sounds to include in such a compressed mix was a challenge until I simply thought, what have I listened to in the last days? So what you are hearing is an example of what I also just recently listened to. As simple as that. And a couple of my tunes to balance it out, not that I ever listen to my own music that is! Enjoy the almost random choices.”

Robin Rimbaud / Winter 2020



TRACKLIST

Scanner: Airfoil
Nurse with Wound: Close to You
Maryanne Amacher: Teo! Part 1
Walter Ruttman: Weekend
Robert Ashley: The Park
David Tudor: For 1, 2 or 3 People
Maggi Payne: Gamelan
Organum: Great Light
Robert Fripp: Glass and Breath 3
Throbbing Gristle: Weapons Training
Keith Fullerton Whitman: Occlusion (Ashwin Street)
Bernard Parmegiani: Étude Élastique
Stephen Vitiello/Steve Roden: Swallow Tails
Scanner: Continuum
Basic Channel: Radiance 1

This is the eighth in our weekly Guestmix series, where a different artist is featured every Saturday until the end of 2020! This week we welcome British multimedia artist and composer Scanner (Robin Rimbaud) to the program. Aside from having an extensive discography spanning over three decades on such exciting labels as Sub Rosa, Ash International, Sulphur, Bine, Room40 and Bip-Hop, among others he has always remained true to his delicate soundscapes and innovative vision. We are thrilled to include him in this series, and to note that his mix includes some of our regular spins.

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