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Escalator to Nowhere w/ Oliver Kay

  • Chug
  • Dub
  • Trance
  • Synth Pop
  • Balearic
Artist — Track Name

Sabla & DK - Okra Flat Lands
I A O - Junk Blues
Djalma Corrêa - Baiafro
Lorad Group - Autobus
C3TRii - 3:28
Ploy - Bad Seed
Geier aus Stahl - Für Immer
Chris & Cosey - Spectrofeelya
Vox Populi! - Lunar Plexus
Jon Hassell - Elsewhere Is A Negative Mirror (Some Truths Version)
Akrüül - TR003
H.E.A.D. - EFS 5
Vainio Väisänen Vega - Red Lights Down
Astralasia - Deconstruction
Pink Industry - Empty Beach
Coil - Ü Pel (Insense Offering)
Great Area - So Very
Golden - Don't Destroy Me
Sinéad O'Connor - I Am Stretched On Your Grave
dj_2button - Mood Dance
Uzma - Kohani
Savant - Stationary Dance
Porter Ricks - Explore
George Clanton - I Been Young
Lucio Dalla - Washington
El Aviador Dro - Nuclear, Sí
C.M. Cordio, F. Vinciguerra - Quips And Cranks
Frank Chickens - Japanese Girl

Escalator To Nowhere

Born in 2016, haphazardly broadcasting from their living room on the fledgling Noodlewaves, surrounded by records and empty bottles. The debut show ended with fka boursin playing a dubbed and decaying sample of Marge's closing monologue from the Monorail episode (which gave the show its name). The years since have seen an office-party conga of members, guests and cameos, a semi-detached 2-up-2-down of Noods studios, and a Tomorrowland of club-nights and parties across Bristol and London. Shape-shifting musical forms include: evangelical wrong-speed trance revivalists, fringe-flicking post-punk goth kids, noughties r’n’b wedding DJs, 80s art-pop opera, Coil tribute band, Arabian acid-charmers, 90s psybient dreamweavers, Gregorian chanting circle, nu-jack swing euphoric gospel preachers, one-tune junglists, Yugoslvian folk trio, the Miami Boys Choir, and many more...

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