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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Terminal Radio 4

Get set for an epic trip!:

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This month we invite plenty of new guests and newcomers to the show: first we have Neotropic aka Riz Maslen premiering brand new material, the first part of her Tohan Tales project about her time spent in the remote village of Tumbang Tohan, Borneo. This is the first part of many that will be appearing throughout this year, we then welcome back Off Land after his latest successful Kickstarter for his new album through Psychonavigation Records with a brand new two-parter, both Nmesh and cubus continue to deliver the goods before we welcome DVNT to give us a Darkfloor spin of the classic FSOL Essential Mixes while also premiering exclusive tracks of artists from his label, DJ Heisa, owner of the New Worck website joins the room to give us a further dark spin, we also welcome Lingua Lustra from the Netherlands bringing along a few of his tracks, and finally as a storm looms overhead Loose Link and Ross Baker join forces as Sturmazdale to try and entertain and warm us. 

Enjoy the trip!

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As mentioned before you can now catch each monthly mix first on Fnoob Radio:


It started off in the Underground channel, premiering on Friday, February the 22nd. Next episode onward it will be playing on the Ambient channel on a Tuesday night. Its added to the rotation so click on these at the main page at any time and you could hear it:

Or visit the show page for the archive:


Next month we welcome back Five Minutes Alone and Akkya for another 15 each, Ross Baker and Saint Helena Dove join forces as Merganser, plus we welcome two newcomers to the series: lighthearted New Zealand samplers Malty Media, and a close friend of FSOL who goes by the name of Seafar.

Saturday, February 23, 2013

Terminal Radio Sampler Mix

There's a sampler mix available on the New Worck mix tape website, covering the first three volumes of Terminal Radio, cheers to Schrobbejak aka DJ Heisa: