Weekly Schedule (CET)

Memorias #12 “non feel good music” with nagababa

01 December 2017
  • Avant-Garde
  • Noise
  • Non-Music
  • Dark
  • Intense
  • Strange

On the first part of the show i introduce some revolutionary composers of the 20th century, responsible for defying the western tonal music system (feel-good music is based on this system) and which every other “experimental” music after them is inspired by. On the second part of the show i’ll play some tracks which have adapted what i call the “non-feel-good” spirit to contemporary dance music played in clubs. Enjoy!



isao tomita - firebird suite - infernal dance of king kastchei
arnold schoenberg - variations for orchestra, opus 31
edgard varése - octandre for flute, clarinet, oboe, horn, bassoon, trumpet, trombone and double bass
ornette coleman - eventually
pharoah sanders - upper egypt and lower egypt, part 1
stefan jaworcyn - the nightclub toilet [blackest ever black]
frank zappa - g-spot tornado
exploring jezebel - since i am on a strict 500 calorie a day diet with extensive exercise and no alcohol, i have the shape of a petite little woman, and my wife has paid for breasts implants and facial surgery to make me look more acceptable [blackest ever black]
exploring jezebel - he might be able to earn a meal of slop if he does dangerous work (for instance: crash test dummy) thunderskins [blackest ever black]
exploring jezebel - when thanksgiving approaches, i'm usually in my third week without release [blackest ever black]
jac berrocal, david fenech and vincent epplay - rock and roll station [blackest ever black]
engwal - med iver [sex tags amfibia]
great waitress - ribboning [another dark age]
the blech - die einsame träne (wosto ajustement) [macadam mambo]
bill withers - lovely day