Exploring new music and musical influences of well known artists and Dj's.
Curated by Konstantin Semionov aka KGBK.
Parabox 014/042 - KGBK
Flying solo this month, thanks to state of the world right now. Expect an emotionally reflective selection within the two hours of the show. No talking. Hope all is well.
Full tracklist - https://www.lyl.live/episode/parabox-13
Parabox 013/041 At A Distance Of 1100KM - Hainbach
Mid autumn Parabox slows down slightly, almost preparing for the winter hibernation during the first hour. In the second one we welcome Hainbach, a musician and a visual content producer for Youtube, talking all things experimental music production, recording and sound design. Hainbach will let us in on the music that has inspired his style of production and taste. This episode was responsibly produced over the distance of 1100KM.
Parabox 012/040 In The Studio - Sonorous Chamber
Au revoir, summer. Hope to never see you like this ever again. It's not you, I promise. Hope you understand.
But some things happening during the summer have indeed influenced my selection, quite a bit, I think.
Not all bad news though, a London crew has decided to launch a label - Sonorous Chamber. Its founders, Kirsty and Henry, are joining us for an influence selection.
May the music heal us all.
Tracklist at - https://www.lyl.live/episode/parabox-12/
Parabox 011/039 At A Distance of 519KM - Hadi Zeidan
These are truly uneasy times, and I really hope that this episode finds you healthy. I picked up a few tracks, that I resonate with a lot lately. We did not skip on the influence selection for the second hour, and joining us for it is Hadi Zeidan. Hadi is an amazing musician, curator, who has managed to take us on a trip to a country, which you might not have visited previously. It is a valuable experience for us all, during the days, when we have to stay inside.
Tracklist - https://www.lyl.live/episode/parabox-11/
Parabox 010/038 In The Studio - Marcus Harris
If you live in or have visited London in the past, you are probably familiar with Snap Crackle & Pop evenings. Gathering crowds for intimate DJ and live electronic performances at the infamous Waiting Room and bringing you the most underrated and fresh bands at Moth club as well as taking over other venues for their nights. Marcus Harris is the resident DJ and promoter for SC&P, and he is going to tell us what has inspired him to explore the sounds he brings to all of us. His selection in the second hour follows a few tracks that have been very important to me.
Andrew Weatherall Influence Selection
It came as a shock. I still wish that this is a mistake or a misunderstanding...
Andrew came in to do our 3rd episode, when we had no following and nobody really cared about this project. He loved the concept. A bit shy at first, but then all of the stories started pouring out. I could listen to them for the entire day, really. Some of them are in this recording.
I have taken out my hour, and the old jingles I used to use. Listening back to this brings a lot of memories, and the music he played is definitely timeless. Writing is not my specialty, and I did not know Andrew that well to be honest, to put together a long text about him. I do, however, have this recording of him going through, what he thought at the time, his biggest musical influences. A short autobiography, narrated and soundtracked. I wanted there to be nothing else but him.
He left three records when leaving the studio. We spoke about trying to arrange a meeting for me to bring them, as well as take a few of his pictures using an old soviet Liubitel camera, which he thought looked great when he saw it. But either he was away, busy, or we did not have the film for the camera or time to do it. I am sorry that I never gave the records back, and also sorry that we did not take any pictures, which you really wanted.
At times like these you wish there was a world beyond our own, but you can't really know. If none of us ever see you again, at least we have something to remember you from.
Thank you, and rest in peace.