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The Lake is a place for music and sounds. The radio stream runs all hours of the day and is randomized. No one knows what The Lake plays next.
Every week, talk programs, concert recordings, interviews, mixtapes and more are broadcast and released as podcasts.

The Lake is driven and curated by Mads Brauer, Casper Clausen, Rasmus Stolberg, Jan Høgh Stricker, Kasper Vang, Rasmus Cleve Christensen, Anne Dalby, Asger Kudahl, Jan Sneum, William Kudahl, Sandra Borch, Mei Bao, Frederik Heidemann, Louise Esbensen, Niels Malte Lundsgaard, and Asta Louisa Bjerre, with the aid of a long list of kind contributors and collaborators.

The music broadcasted via www.thelakeradio.com is made available with permission from KODA/NCB & Gramex.

Write us an email: contact [at] thelakeradio [dot] com

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The Lake is a place for music and sounds. The radio stream runs all hours of the day and is randomized. No one knows what The Lake plays next.
Every week, talk programs, concert recordings, interviews, mixtapes and more are broadcast and released as podcasts.

The Lake is driven and curated by Mads Brauer, Casper Clausen, Rasmus Stolberg, Jan Høgh Stricker, Kasper Vang, Rasmus Cleve Christensen, Anne Dalby, Asger Kudahl, Jan Sneum, William Kudahl, Sandra Borch, Mei Bao, Frederik Heidemann, Louise Esbensen, Niels Malte Lundsgaard, and Asta Louisa Bjerre, with the aid of a long list of kind contributors and collaborators.

The music broadcasted via www.thelakeradio.com is made available with permission from KODA/NCB & Gramex.

Write us an email: contact [at] thelakeradio [dot] com

    MIXTAPE: Family Tree Mix by Aidan Baker

    MIXTAPE: Family Tree Mix by Aidan Baker

    Aidan Baker Family Tree Mix for The Lake Radio

    Cover Photo by Leah Buckareff

    This mix features tracks by different projects from contributors to these three albums of mine:

    – The Bit (Gizeh Records) - Simon Goff, Thor Harris, Chris Hefner, Lawrence English, & Richard Knox (*)

    – There / Not There (Consouling Sounds) - Dana Schechter, Fiona McKenzie, Simon Scott (^)

    – Hypnodrone Ensemble Gets Polyamorous (Wolves & Vibrancy) - Eric Quach, David Dunnett, Mikael Tobias,

    Charly Bussières, Jérémie Mortier, Tom Malmendier, Ángela Muñoz Martínez, Kristin Sebastian, Felix-Florian Tödtloff, Fiona McKenzie, Gareth Sweeney, Maury Botton, James Welburn, Simon Goff, James Plotkin (±)

    Tracklisting:

    00:00:20 - Simon Scott - _Sea Level.3 (Below Sea Level - 12k) ^
    00:04:15 - Aidan Baker & Simon Scott - You Are Microscopic (The Spectrum of Distraction - Robotic Empire) ^ 00:06:59 - Slowdive - Losing Today (Blue Day - Creation Records) ^
    00:11:51 - Aidan Baker - There / Not There (Excerpt) (There / Not There - Consouling Sounds) ^±
    00:16:10 - Lawrence English - Hard Rain (Cruel Optimism - Room40) *
    00:20:38 - Baker / Goff / Harris - Wild At Heart (Excerpt) (The Bit - Gizeh Records) *±
    00:24:07 - Aidan Baker & Thor Harris - Return To The Cave of Silver Wings Pt. 3 (The Spectrum of Distraction -

    Robotic Empire) *
    00:26:13 - Thor & Friends - Triangles (Singles Club Volume 3 - God Unknown Records) *
    00:29:25 - Caudal - Slope (Fight Cry Fight - Drone Rock Records) ±
    00:36:06 - Halma - It Could All Be Different (The Ground - Kapitän Platte) ^±
    00:42:11 - Bee & Flower - You’re Not The Sun (Suspension - Cheap Satanism Records) ^
    00:47:02 - Insect Ark - Swollen Sun (The Vanishing - Profound Lore Records) ^
    00:50:28 - James Plotkin - Hung On A Line (Abandoned Sketch - Excerpt) (The Joy of Disease - BFE Records) ± 00:54:50 - James Welburn - Transience (Hold - Miasmah Records) ±
    00:58:29 - Thisquietarmy - Seismic Waves (The Body & The Earth - Consouling Sounds) ±
    01:02:39 - Hypnodrone Ensemble - Feedforward (Gets Polyamorous - Wolves & Vibrancy Records) ±
    01:08:12 - Aidan Baker & Dave Dunnett - The Mystery of How I Became A Freak (The Spectrum of Distraction -

    Robotic Empire) ±
    01:10:09 - Man Meets Bear - Grey Moon Sun (Huronian Cadence - Ur-Audio Visual) ±
    01:13:10 - Faulty Rabbit - Just Saying (Faulty Rabbit - self) ±
    01:16:32 - AUS - Abgemacht (Demo - Static Age Musik) ±
    01:20:13 - Nunofyrbeeswax - Aristocrats of Taste (Music Don’t Matter - Cruel Nature Records) ±
    01:24:11 - Mikael Tobias - Tillader (Absentia - Unit Shifter) ±
    01:29:07 - Thisquietarmy & Tom Malmendier - A Dos De Cheval Toute La Nuit (Steppe - Norwegianism) ± 01:33:30 - Aidan Baker & Jérémie Mortier - Kinetic Theory (Excerpt) (Kinetic Theory - Ur-Audio Visual) ± 01:39:45 - Sferics - Kronprinzenkoog (Excerpt) (Kronprinzenkoog - Low Perspective) ±
    01:44:15 - Simon Goff - Violet (HUE - Hiddenseer) *±
    01:47:28 - Daniel Knox - Lawrence & MacArthur (Daniel Knox - Carrot Top Records) *
    01:49:16 - Aidan Baker & A-Sun Amissa - 17.02.2012 DE (Excerpt) (Untitled - Midira Records) *
    01:53:20 - A-Sun Amissa - Out Past The Dark (Excerpt) - (Black Rain I - Gizeh Records) *

    • 2 hr
    MIXTAPE: Big Organ Sounds and Percussion #3 by J.Vognsen

    MIXTAPE: Big Organ Sounds and Percussion #3 by J.Vognsen

    This is a five part series dedicated to electric organs. The title of the series was chosen for two reasons:

    Firstly, “Organ Sounds And Percussion” is an album by Eddie Layton from 1962. Layton was one of my first great heroes on the electric organ and one of the main reasons I became interested in the instrument. Another significant early influence on my listening habits was Big John Patton. The title is meant as a tribute to those two musicians in appreciation of their work.

    Secondly, the “percussion”-part is intended to imply that the series deals primarily with popular, rhythmic genres: Jazz, rock, reggae, funk and whatnot. More abstract material - drone, free improvisation, modern composition - is better suited for a separate treatment in my opinion.

    In terms of the programming, I’ve been guided by two further choices:

    Firstly, though a few names reappear over the course of the series, I’ve attempted to present as many different artists as possible.

    Secondly, in #1 - #4 the main focus is on shorter pieces. In #5 emphasis is on longer pieces.

    Finally, there are many types of electric organs on display here, including sampled and imitated ones. Truth be told, in one track there is no organ whatsoever outside of the lyrics. This is not an academic exercise and I’m no purist. My main purpose has simply been to make a selection that is a continuous joy to listen to throughout.

    Thanks to Jan Høgh Stricker for the invitation. Thanks to Kasper Vang for editing and mixing. Thanks to Peter Peter, Chris Cutler and Martin Hoshi Vognsen for helping out.

    J. Vognsen

    April 20th, 2020

    Tracklist on this link: https://tinyurl.com/bigorgansoundstracklist3

    MIXTAPE: Eclipse Profonde – Experimental Church Organ Music 1970–2020

    MIXTAPE: Eclipse Profonde – Experimental Church Organ Music 1970–2020

    Laurent Fairon is a French musician, DJ and record collector. Active as a sound art blogger and archivist from 2007 to 2016 via Continuo’s Weblog and Continuo’s Documents. As a composer he has published several cassettes in the early 1990s on various DIY labels.

    ‘Eclipse Profonde – Experimental Church Organ Music 1970–2020’ is a two hour long mix, focusing on organ+electronics or electroacoustic treatment, as well as organ+live instruments.

    Tracklist:
    Codespira1 – Triangular Progression (2020)
    Alfredo Costa Monteiro & Bruno Duplant – Un cercle autour du soleil (2020)
    Pierre Alexandre Tremblay – BWV1080-1 (2015)
    Alex Bonney – Liebster Jesu remix (2015)
    Michel Estellet-Brun & Gerard Berlioz – Jungle (1972)
    René Baptist Huysmans – Accretion (2014)
    Thomas Demenga & Horst Reber – Cellorganics I (1981)
    Mudboy – Live at the Providence Performing Arts Center (2008)
    Bronius Kutavicius – Jubiliejinis Koncertas (1982)
    Juan Allende-Blin – Mon Piano Bleu (1970)
    Winfried Mühlum-Pyrápheros – Musica Nova Contemplativa (1970)
    Michael Bonaventure – Interlude (2017)
    Davorin Kempf – Interferencije (1981)
    Michael Bonaventure – Coronach (2019)
    Xavier Darasse – Organum I (1970)
    Franz Richter Herf – Alapa (1980)
    Franz Richter Herf – Wie schwache Fontänen (1974)
    Gilius van Bergeijk – Over de Dood en de Tijd pt 3 (1980)

    • 2 hr
    Tonalt DNA teaser

    Tonalt DNA teaser

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    BLACK & WHITE RADIO #4: Sebastian Reynolds

    BLACK & WHITE RADIO #4: Sebastian Reynolds

    In this episode of Black & White Radio, Nico de Rooij voyages with Oxford-based keyboard player/pianist and producer Sebastian Reynolds who traverses new classical composition, retro futurist production, sampling dystopian literature and Buddhist Eschatology.

    Following his formative years leading cult musical ensembles Keyboard Choir and Braindead Collective, Sebastian has more latterly made a name for himself with the modern classical trio Solo Collective – in which he performs with German chamber musicians Alex Stolze and Anne Müller (Erased Tapes) – and the Thai/Anglo dance and music show Mahajanaka Dance Drama that he scored and produced.

    Tracklist:

    1. 0:10 The Universe Remembers - Sebastian Reynolds
    2. 3:20 The Snowman - Howard Blake
    3. 6:20 Peace begins at home - Sea & Air
    4. 7:15 Peace begins at Home (remix) - Sebastian Reynolds
    5. 8:40 Kid A - Radiohead 
    6. 13:05 Tierkreis- cancer - Stockhausen
    7. 17:55 La Fabbrica Illuminata _ Luigi Nono
    8. 20:05 The illuminated Factory (the Aviary) - Sebastian Reynolds
    9. 22:50 Great Lekakul
    10. 24:15 continious : discrete - Pradit Saengkrai
    11. 26:55 Mahajanaka (singing bowls) - Sebastian Reynolds
    12. 27:15 (quote) Tibetische Klangschalen II Arash (Klaus Wiese)
    13. 28:42 Mahajanaka (Original Version)- Sebastian Reynolds
    14. 32:25 Mahajanaka : Theme for Maṇīmekhala - Sebastian Reynolds
    15. 35:15 Puzzle Creatures - Lament - Sebastian Reynolds
    16. 41:10 Gas and Electricity - Sebastian Reynolds
    17. 42:36 Mildenhall - Sebastian Reynolds 
    18. 45:40 Sleepy eye - Susumu Yokota
    19. 48:22 Holy Island - Anne Müller, Sebastian Reynolds, Alex Stolze
    20. 57:08 The Universe Remembers- Sebastian Reynolds
    21. 1:01:06 The Nothing That Is - Simon McCorry

    • 1 hr 5 min
    MIXTAPE: Big Organ Sounds and Percussion #2 by J.Vognsen

    MIXTAPE: Big Organ Sounds and Percussion #2 by J.Vognsen

    This is a five part series dedicated to electric organs. The title of the series was chosen for two reasons:


    Firstly, “Organ Sounds And Percussion” is an album by Eddie Layton from 1962. Layton was one of my first great heroes on the electric organ and one of the main reasons I became interested in the instrument. Another significant early influence on my listening habits was Big John Patton. The title is meant as a tribute to those two musicians in appreciation of their work.


    Secondly, the “percussion”-part is intended to imply that the series deals primarily with popular, rhythmic genres: Jazz, rock, reggae, funk and whatnot. More abstract material - drone, free improvisation, modern composition - is better suited for a separate treatment in my opinion.


    In terms of the programming, I’ve been guided by two further choices:


    Firstly, though a few names reappear over the course of the series, I’ve attempted to present as many different artists as possible.


    Secondly, in #1 - #4 the main focus is on shorter pieces. In #5 emphasis is on longer pieces.


    Finally, there are many types of electric organs on display here, including sampled and imitated ones. Truth be told, in one track there is no organ whatsoever outside of the lyrics. This is not an academic exercise and I’m no purist. My main purpose has simply been to make a selection that is a continuous joy to listen to throughout.


    Thanks to Jan Høgh Stricker for the invitation. Thanks to Kasper Vang for editing and mixing. Thanks to Peter Peter, Chris Cutler and Martin Hoshi Vognsen for helping out.


    J. Vognsen

    April 20th, 2020

    Tracklist on this link: https://tinyurl.com/bigorgansoundstracklist2

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