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Repercussions #18 “Feed Your Brain – The World of Flying Lotus”

Steven Ellison has been producing music under his Flying Lotus alias since 2006, releasing six critcally acclaimed albums, collaborating with artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Erykah Badu, Thom Yorke, Snoop Dogg and Herbie Hancock, and finding time to set up his own independent label, Brainfeeder. On this episode of Repercussions, Stuart Buchanan and guest Luke Telford take a 60-minute fly through the Fly-Lo catalogue, from early Dilla-esque beats on his debut 1983 to the hip hop’n’jazz-fusion odyssey of his new release for Warp Records, You’re Dead.

Repercussions #16 “A Salute To Those People Who Say Fuck You (For Mark Bell)”

On October 13th 2014, the electronic music world lost one of its pioneers – at the age of only 43, producer Mark Bell, co-founder of Warp Records’ duo LFO, passed away.  Bell was also a prolific producer and remixer outside of the LFO camp, most notably contributing production for seven Bjork‘s albums over the last fourteen years.  To celebrate Warp Records’ 100th release, the label released the compilation ‘We Are Reasonable People’, featuring a track from Mark Bell titled “A Salute To Those People Who Say Fuck You”. By way of our own salute to Bell, on this week’s Repercussions we feature a selection of artists that operated within Bell’s orbit and who, most importantly, were people who took great delight in saying ‘Fuck You’.