Oct 9, 2017
Over the last ten years, avant-garde record label Erased Tapes has nurtured a diverse roster of global artists whilst remaining genre-defying and truly independent. In this item, VMP explores the back catalogue and the characters behind it.
Featuring interviews, live music extracts and recordings by artists including Nils Frahm, Olafur Arnalds, Kiasmos, Lubomyr Melnyk, Penguin Cafe, Rival Consoles, Masayoshi Fujita, Peter Broderick, Högni … This is a fully-fledged, whole-hearted celebration of “the heart-string-tugging London label” and their unique music “that floats gently between 20th century composition and ambient music” (Rolling Stone).
As a quick note, here is a listening guide for the music included in this episode:
Robert Raths’ Music Selection
Rival Consoles “Lone” taken from Night Melody Ólafur Arnalds “0952” taken from Eulogy for Evolution 2017 Peter Broderick “A Snowflake” taken from Float Nils Frahm “More” taken from Felt Kiasmos “Burnt” taken from Kiasmos Penguin Café “Cantorum” taken from The Imperfect Sea Masayoshi Fujita “Requiem” taken from Apalogues Högni “Komdu Með” taken from Two Trains