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Eclectic Electric
Future Music Radio
Category: Music
Location: London
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Eclectic Electric is a brand new radio show that brings the best in brand new music and artists from the u.k to around the world.

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July 17, 2017 06:54 AM PDT

In this episode, Doug and Dan are in the studio discussing the recent events, the new Jay Z album and Metropolis Rising highlights.

Treat Of The Week: Navajo by Masego

Future Classic Album: Boo Boo by Toro Y Moi

1.One More Drink by Sua
2. Suffer by Wowh
3. Welcome State by Elder Island
4. Luxor street by Elisa Imperilee & Srigala
5. Navajo by Masego
6. Dont Know Why by Strong Asian Mothers
7. Kids by Swimming Girls
8. Crossfire by Marna
9. Twenty by Marble Empire
10. Too Much by Tora
11. USO by Francobollo
12. Phantasmagoria by Kan Wakan
13. Mirage by Toro Y Moi

July 10, 2017 11:20 AM PDT

In this episode Doug is in the studio with a crate full of new artists, there is a chat with Francobollo on their new forthcoming album Long Live Life and there are some special recordings from Metropolis Rising, curtosy of Jack Conman and Karim The Peasant.

Treat Of The Week: Luxor Street by Elisa Imperilee & Srigala

Future Classic Album: This Old Dog by Mac Demarco

1. South of the River by Tom Misch
2. Gassed (Yung Bae Remix) by Weslee
3. Keep The Faith feat. Nic Hanson by Moon Boots
4. Tell Me by Hebe
5. Luxor Street by Elisa Imperilee & Srigala
6. Cold Hands by Nathan Ball
7. Hard To Say Goodbye by Washed Out
8. Kinky Lola by Francobollo
9. Wonderful by Francobollo
10. Freedom (Feat. Louis VI) by Blue Lab Beats
11. Thug by Karim The Peasant
12. Mama Papa by Karim The Peasant
13. Rich Boy Jack Conman
14. Never Tell by Jack Conman
15. This Old Dog by Mac Demarco

July 09, 2017 04:14 AM PDT

On one of the hottest days of the year, sat in the shade of the Shoreditch band stand in London, Doug sat down with Peter and Simon, and two terrible microphones, to chat about their band Francobollo. The conversation sways from how they have formed their sound with the help of Charlie Andrew, the producer of their forthcoming album, Long Live Life, cycling etiquette, some of their influences and fellow musicians and the powers of the internet.

Tracks included are:

1. Worried Times by Francobollo
2. Finally by Francobollo
3. Kinky Lolo by Francobollo
4. Day to Day (For 6 Days A Week) by LA Salami
5. Southern Seed by Mohit
6. Yankee by Hoo Has
7. Redundance by Pleasure Complex
8. Wonderful by Francobollo

June 20, 2017 07:47 AM PDT

This week Doug is in the studio with a load of new artists and records and announcing the line up for Metropolis Rising next week.

Treat Of The Week: Tell me by Hebe

Future Classic Album: This Old Dog by Mac Demarco

1. What I Love by Punctual
2. Time by Shy Luv
3. Told by Noah Slee
4. Spice by Ravyn Lenae
5. Tell Me by Hebe
6. Boy Boy by Nick Pacoli
7. Not You by Jelani Blackman
8. Both Sides by Ragz Original
9. Evil Eyes by Karim The Peasant
10. Never Tell by Jack Conman
11. Ready/Problems by Boy Pablo
12. Until You Feel Good by San Mei
13. Breathe by Alfa Mist
14. Wonderful by Francobollo
15. For The First Time by Mac Demarco

June 11, 2017 06:35 AM PDT

This week Dan and Doug are sat in a hotel room, reveal the first act for Metropolis Rising on the 29th of June in London and talk Music Glue merch.

Treat Of The Week: Spice by Rayvn Lenae

Future Classic Album: This Old Dog by Mac Demarco

1. Sunroof by Courtship
2. Worried Times by Francobollo
3.Oui 2 by Barney Artist
4. Comb My Hair by Coast Modern
5. Spice by Ravyn Lenae
6. Twenty by Marbel Empire
7.Sometimes by Lanks
8.Divides by Grumpus
9. Delicious by Gourmet
10. Sorceress by Jordan Rakei
11. The Youth by George Taylor
12.My Old Man by Mac Demarco

June 04, 2017 10:49 AM PDT

On this episode Dan and Doug discuss recent events, pigeons on e and announce the next Metropolis Rising on the 29th of June.

1. Peace of Mind (feat. Avelino) by Jay Prince
2. Afraid by BoyBoy
3. Nadir by Tender
4. Sunflower by Rex Orange County
5. Comb My Hair by Coast Modern
6. In And Out Of Love by Vera
7. TTSU by Marbel Empire
8. Salt by Jordan Mackampa
9. Seven Days by French Horn Rebellion
10. Animals by Tamu Massif
11. Ballerino by May
12. No More Happy Endings by Wierd Inside
13. Fear by Kendrick Lemar

May 14, 2017 06:28 AM PDT

This week on Eclectic Electric Doug is in the studio with a crate full of new music and a chat with Saigo and Kan Wakan. To hear the full interview check out our website or soundcloud.

Treat Of The Week: Rapturing by Oldtimers

Future Classic Album: Damn by Kendrick Lemar

1. First Stomp by Rex Opolis
2. Tower Over All by Loyal
3. Why I Try by Jalen NGonda
4. Time by Snoh Aalegra
5. Rapturing by OldTimers
6. Rewind feat. GRiZ by Flint Eastwood
7. Swim by Her
8. desertspirit w/ lazy mike (Prod. Tusken) by Marvolus J
9. Forever Found by Kan Wakan
10. The Other by Saigo
11. Just Peanuts by Salami Rose Joe Lewis
12. Still Feather by Kan Wakan
13. High by Chady
14. Pride by Kendrick Lemar

May 09, 2017 07:38 AM PDT

This week Dan chat about the best tunes to give birth to and bring back stage chats with Ruby Empress and Iris Gold from Metropolis Rising.

Treat Of The Week: Time by Snoh Aalegra

Future Classic Album: Damn by Kendrick Lemar

1. Maintain by Vilde
2. HBH by Meech
3. Too Much by Louis King & Leven Kali
4. They Mostly Come At Night Mostly by Wovoka Gentle
5. Time by Snoh Aalegra
6. You And I Collide by Joy Downer
7. Moments by Biyo
8. Coastin by This is Alastair
9. Strung Out by Ruby Empress
10. Good Vibes by Iris Gold
11. Cardinal by Mt.Joy
12. Blood by Kendrick Lemar
13. DNA by Kendrick Lemar

April 30, 2017 08:10 AM PDT

This week Doug takes you through a load of new music and artists, plus a few tracks and a chat with some artists from Metropolis Rising.

Treat Of The Week: They Mostly Come At Night Mostly by Wovoka Gentle

Future Classic Album: Pure Comedy by Father John Misty

1. Wavelength by Free
2. Petals by Tops
3. Boo You Know (feat. GoldLink) by Falcons
4. We Got It by Mikala
5. They Mostly Come At Night Mostly by Wovoka Gentle
6. Sex n Drugs (feat. Harrison Sands & Copper King) by Abhi The Nomad
7. Crave ft. Florence Rawlings by Jimpster
8. To The Wolves by Vasser
9. The First Time by Berdmajik
10. Paper Tiger (Acoustic Version) by Rachel K Collier
11. walks /// nine.two by Looms
12. Chocolate by Celeste
13. About Last Night by Charlz x Maths Time Joy
14. Belleza by Ginger Root
15. Uproar by Jack Conman
16. Things It Would Be Helpful To Know Before the Revolution by Father John Misty

April 25, 2017 04:36 AM PDT

The 50th Episode of Eclectic Electric is celebrated in a slightly different style to normal. This week Doug and Dan sit down to chat about their favorite moments from the show and some of the in and outs about Eclectic Electric.

We have also made a playlist of some of our favorite songs from the past shows that you can find right here:


Let us know what you think and what you love about the show!

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