Wanderlust celebrates the death of the geocentric model, our departure from anthropocentrism. It celebrates all forms of life, humility, and respect. It rejects of nationalism and borders, and discourages misunderstanding of others. It celebrates our ability to travel around, and meet different folks. Last but not least, it is celebration of the freedom we have to listen to music from nearly every corner of the inhabitable Earth, and to feel it it as if it was coming from a neighbor’s window. We are all neighbors, and brothers and sisters, and this mix celebrates that wonderful fact.

Ikue and Olive sprinkled with mbira gives way to some fruits of Laswell down in Cuba, bolstered with a trojan guitar skank loop. Every click matters. Defragmentation, /Rupture’ed., Jelinektronic forest funk, stopped by Billy, Ikue, and Olive. Brown Bag, Lunchbox! A minimal techno sandwich from Perth, Córdoba, and Zurich. Mutate, Mutek…then right back to Brooklyn. ‘Back to Cuba?’ Dave Aju asks. It’s A Story With A Touch, for sure. Midnight poppies lead to more Defragmentation. Arto’s Complicity, remixed, and plopped on Skull Disco mixed with John Lurie’s haunting horn. Back for a World Trance. Across the pond again to Switzerland via Storlon, and Germany via Berk. Where Do You Run To? Sub Dub! Nico Dubliners, Thoughts Like Rain. NY, Zorn.

Credits:
Podcast by John Foley
Artwork by Jonathan Mangelinckx

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John Foley - Wondermachine Music John Foley (USA)
John Foley is a DJ, programmer, experimental sound artist and writer based in Providence, Rhode Island – USA. He is the man behind the Fieldhouse, alongstanding show at Brown University’s BSRlive which features quirky electronic made out of field recordings. His aural focus over the last two decades has been deeply rooted in experimental avantgarde and freedom broadcasting.
http://bsrlive.com/shows/the-fieldhouse

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Wondermachine is dedicated to spontaneous music inventions and experimentation, especially focused on interaction between electronics and other improvised forms of music. The purpose is to encourage the expression of very personal visions, try to achieve fusions of different musical languages and develop new structures.