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  1. https://www.beatink.com/products/detail.php?product_id=10470
  2. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=EI46FCc9PXk
  3. “I have composed very few pieces of music as short as ten seconds before, and given the very low bandwidth available, I was obliged to carefully consider what kind of musical materials would produce a satisfying result under these constrained conditions. Simplicity seemed a wise policy, so I decided to use just one instrument, and make sure the majority of the frequency spectrum was below the Nyquist frequency, which is the limit of what can be represented at a specific sample rate -in this case 3200 Hz. The electric bass seemed a good choice, and again keeping simplicity in mind, I chose a primarily melodic route with very little polyphony that I was afraid would get lost in the lack of bandwidth. Beyond the harmonic framework, the piece audibly contains sonic evidence of human touch, which I felt was a good thing to send towards the stars.“ https://www.sonarcalling.com/en/artists/squarepusher/?url=/en/
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    Daydreams

    CBeebies has launched an online video to help kids wind down, which shows children walking through a forest, playing with bubbles and splashing in puddles. However there is some debate over whether screen time is the best way of getting kids to relax. The ‘slow TV’ show is called ‘Daydreams’ and encourages kids to “take the time to notice the beauty in the world” by watching the earth’s elements: water, wind and light. It combines long, slow montages of calming images, with a narration by Olivia Colman and music by dance artist Tom Jenkinson.
  5. https://www.instagram.com/p/BS4OzmBjK0-/?taken-by=diskomr https://www.instagram.com/p/BS4OzmBjK0-/?taken-by=diskomr
  6. http://www.ele-king.net/interviews/005437/ Someone translate
  7. Stuart Maconie's Freak Zone Squarepusher sits in for Stuart and showcases the outer edges of his record collection on a journey to hell and back. Beginning in the comfy surroundings of Alan Hawkshaw's Sheer Elegance, travelling into the microtonal methods of Harry Partch and landing deep in the pits of An Electric Storm In Hell. Squarepusher aka Tom Jenkinson guides you safely back to the land of the living, well pirate radio and before a final decent into the flames of Metallica and plunderphonics.
  8. video with remix on the bandcamp https://michaelgordonmusic.bandcamp.com/album/timber-remixed
  9. Some may have heard this one already, but still worth a listen.. Starts at 14:45 ish https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=celYzjdMlUI
  10. Some clips on James Mcvinnie Twitter, sounds nice.. Apparently there was an interview on bbc too
  11. sounds like the 2006 breezeblock mix.. there was a live set and a mix... don't have it but you should be able to find online.. 'force is electric' remix is in there..
  12. http://www.jazzwisemagazine.com/breaking-news/13882-squarepusher-and-shobaleader-one-blast-off-in-brighton Tonight, however, there’s an actual band with Jenkinson on stage for the first time, and the secret’s out; three of the four figures trooping onstage, masked and robed like Kendo swordsmen, are Kit Downes, Joshua Blackmore and Chris Montague, otherwise known as punk-prog-jazz outfit Troyka.
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