It seems like ages since we last made a Vervine mix show and this is largely down to having moved house. These shows are great fun to make, but we’ve seen why it would have been difficult to commit to a monthly show. So after a bit of a new year pause, here’s the next Vervine show, as usual, hosted by our label owner Harry Towell.
This third show features recent Whitelabrecs pieces from the likes of Guy Gelem, Peter Kvidera, Wodwo, Glåsbird, thisfloatingworld and a piece from Hoshiko Yamane’s forthcoming album. It also features jazz, shoegaze, folk, indie, chillout and ambient music and then this show is rounded off with a Deep House mix.
The cover artwork for this new show was created from a photo of a painting from Harry’s daughter Emily, who was learning one day last year about paint, colour and art, with the help of her Mummy. Harry was struck by its abstract shapes, colours and texture and knew he’d use it in a musical project sometime.
Already we’re planning the next show and we hope it won’t be too long a wait next time. But for now, here’s Vervine003:
Tracklist: 01 Masako Ohta/Matthias Lindermayr – La 02 Guy Gelem – Relocations 03 Joel Vandroogenbroeck – Mutation 04 Ballake Sissoko & Patrick Messina & Vincent Segal – Jeu Sur La Symphonie Fantastique 05 Tokyo Bloodworm – Pale The Clerics Pass 06 Wodwo – Veils 07 Peter Kvidera – Obsaženo 08 Afterlife – Dust 09 TLF Trio – Suite X 10 Hoshiko Yamane – Patiently 11 Harry Towell & Sven Laux – Ground Moraine 12 Tone – Dawn 13 Glåsbird – Tired Seams 14 Efterklang – The Living Layer 15 thisfloatingworld – airs 16 Alan Licht – Raw Deal 17 Telly Quin – My Funny Side Up 18 Pender Street Slippers – The Glass City 19 Jonas Palzer – Friendssection 20 Hamatsuki – Kandzaia 21 Izmo – Echoes 22 Jump Source – S Recovery 23 Nacho Riveros – Moment Of My Life 24 Yadava – Heart Strings 25 Edward White – Cool Water 26 Fantastic Man – St. Elmo’s Theme 27 Intr0beatz – Trees Breez 28 Tour-Maubourg – Might Groove 29 D’Arabia – Key Lime (Harry Wolfman Remix) 30 Zoo Look – I Can’t Deny
We were very encouraged to see the number of people tuning into the first Vervine show, which we launched last month as an occasional radio show series, presented by our label owner Harry Towell. These shows will cover the full extent of his wide reaching musical taste. Harry’s been spurred on by the positive feedback and has recorded another show, complete with voiceovers between each selection.
This second show picks up where the first left off, with styles covered including Ambient, Electro Acoustic, Jazz, Modern Classical, World and Downtempo electronica. Again, the styles switch about in no clear order, but hopefully the flow nicely together as a show for you to sink into. Harry’s included some Whitelabrecs releases in the tracklist, with premieres of music from Darkroom, Hoshiko Yamane, a wave, a mouth as well as something new from Towell himself, alongside Pruski. The latter is a 12 track collaborative album we have lined up for a January release. Elsewhere, recent discoveries are placed alongside older pieces and classics, and we hope you’ll discover something new. Click the picture above or the player below:
Today we’ve launched a new mix series called ‘Vervine’. This will be presented by our label owner Harry Towell, and will cover the full extent of his wide ranging music taste. We can’t say how frequently we’ll make these shows but we’re hoping they’ll appear regularly enough and include one or two interesting features such as themes, vinyl-only shows and guest mixes. Hopefully, the voice-overs should hopefully grow in confidence the more of these we do!
This first show features a range of musical styles including Ambient, Electro Acoustic, Funk, Jazz, Modern Classical, World. The tracks are not arranged in a particular order, so it should feel pretty varied throughout and within the tracklist there are a few recent Whitelabrecs releases from the likes of Sven Laux, Adrian Lane, Fred Baty and John Reidar Holmes. Not to mention the opening track which is a premiere of our next release on the 19th of November, which is by Tapes and Topographies! Click the picture above or the player below: