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Here is the final installment of The Beat Oracle. It is also the final mix for our “Slowly” series. It is a collage of hushed, sometimes drowsy sounds. For this reason, the duration of the show will be uninterrupted by voice. For a satisfactory listening experience we recommend finding a comfortable pair of headphones or a nice stereo, and a quiet …
 
This is the final regular transmission from the Beat Oracle. Thanks to all of our listeners new and old – we hope you discovered some great music during this run. Much has changed in the past twelve years, but the world of Future Music has remained as engaging and stimulating as when we first started recording. This episode pays tribute to the root…
 
This edition is a bittersweet tribute to our beloved radio show and a testament to a lifelong love of future music. Kenny Lectro has gone by many names in the past and here he revisits a few fond monikers while keeping things current with the music. Showcasing new discoveries such as Roland Tings, Antenna, Benjamin Frohlich and Neon Chambers amongs…
 
Here we present our final installment of our annual retrospectives series with a look back to 2019. This mix includes some of our favorite future music released over the last year. We announce in this mix that we are winding down The Beat Oracle. We have a few more mixes coming in early 2020, which will cap off our 20 years at the show. Thanks for …
 
This edition is a special mix from longtime Beat Oracle contributor Wagga Man. It’s about home; where we’ve lived, and what it means to return. It is a steady, uninterrupted flow of gorgeous beats throughout, including newer releases from Lapalux, Clarian, Robag Wruhme, Jesper Ryom, Four Tet, and many more. Whether you’re traveling for the holidays…
 
It’s been a moment since the last edition (If you haven’t checked out Michael’s 20-year retro, it is a must-listen!), so this mix is all about catching up on some great releases, both old and new. Showcased within are some stellar new releases from Teebs, Men I Trust, Chromatics, Bonobo, Special Request, Carla dal Forno, and many more. Out of the a…
 
In this episode I look back on producing The Beat Oracle for 20 years. The mix includes 20 songs chronologically placed from each of those years. I’ve included show notes below describing each song’s selection and placement in the history of the show. Playlist Download 08/25/2019 DJ Food – Nocturne (Sleep Dyad 1) – 2000 DJ Food’s Strictly Kev was a…
 
This edition starts on the mellow side and ramps up to some infectious and abstract beats perfect for summer days or nights. New releases dominate the agenda, with standouts from Erika de Casier, Thom Yorke, Lusine, Move D, Floating Points, and DJ Python leading the way. Touches of introspective pop from Mor Mor, Men I Trust, and Keep Shelly In Ath…
 
This week’s episode is a reflection on walking. In particular, walking through hot days and cool nights with special ones nearby. The show starts with new music from Yagya and quickly moves into a collage of rock and hip-hop including new tunes from Flying Lotus (featuring Little Dragon), Com Truise, JETS, and Big Thief. The second half of the mix …
 
This week’s edition is near and dear to the heart as a majority of tracks derive from two all-time favorite labels: City Centre Offices and Morr Music. The pinnacle of these labels came in the early 2000s, and left an indelible influence on The Beat Oracle and (more importantly) electronic music as a whole. In addition, this episode features five-r…
 
This week’s sonic trip starts with some jazz-infused hip-hop from Cyne and Nujabes and dissolves into some new psychedelic beats from Khruangbin, MorMor, and Bibio. There are also some top new releases featured from Plant 43, 96 Back, Peggy Gou, Kedr Livanskiy, and many more mind-spinning tracks within. Maybe you’ll find a moment or two that makes …
 
This week’s episode is full of inspired new releases to feed your internal circuits. There are some infectious, fresh sounds from Placid Angles (John Beltran), Janeret, Fort Romeau, and Smallpeople. An ambient suite from Nivhek, William Basinski, and Midori Mirano. Introspective musings from Helado Negro, Jessica Pratt, and Hand Habits. Classics fr…
 
This edition takes some twists and turns across the Future-Music spectrum, incorporating a balance of past and present. There are new featured releases from Chromatics, Pye Corner Audio, Efdemin, Weval, King Midas Sound, the Sleaford Mods, and more. Classics from Autechre, Dip In The Pool, and Ulrich Schnauss continue to age with the refinement of …
 
The unending love affair with Future Music continues in this week’s edition. Things get off to an atmospheric start with new music from Volor Flex, Noah, and Mikron. The tempo picks up throughout the show as featured tracks from DJ Koze, Peggy Gou, Frantzvaag, and Moomin take center stage. There are plenty of gems in-between, so max out the volume …
 
The Beat Oracle has returned, and the time has come to present selections from our favorite releases of 2018! We hope you enjoy this look back on some of last year’s best Future Music! There were many highlights over the year, and we’d like to thank our listeners for the continued support during a period of sparse updates. 10 BEAT ORACLE APPROVED: …
 
This month’s mix brings the kaleidoscope of sounds to match the outside colors. Crisp and blunt, the fresh future music found here is worth listening to while on a fall walk. You’ll hear tunes from Cat’s Eyes, Beak>, Synkro & Arovane, DJ Python, Sudan Archives, and Daniel Avery remixed by Four Tet. And, you’ll hear contemplative sounds from Spiritu…
 
This edition opens the door to imaginary places: from prospective dystopias and post-truth societies, to euphoric landscapes and crystal cities. These possibilities are brought to you by new releases from Aphex Twin, The Black Dog, Yves Tumor, Helios, Skee Mask, and more. Classics from FSOL, Carl Craig, and Urban Tribe remind us all that Future Mus…
 
It’s that time once again when a city springs up out of nothing and becomes populated with all manner of wild people, robots and cutting edge art. This episode is dedicated to the memory and legacy of Larry Harvey, the original instigator of Burning Man. Let this 3 hour mix transport you home with sonic stories of friends, dust, bikes and bots. Enj…
 
This month’s mix takes us to contrasting places. We’ve got soothing guitar tunes from Snail Mail, Amen Dunes, and Pax. There are hypnotic beats from Kaito, Ross From Friends, Normal Ones and Transformations, a collaboration between Fluxion and Deepchord. Check out symphonic tones from Tor, Poppy Ackroyd, and Actress. There’s much more: experimental…
 
Settle in for another trip across the realm of Future Music! This episode is packed with psychedelic beats, inviting pop, modulating synths, rock and/or roll, ambient traces, and other sounds designed to tickle the pleasure points of your auditory perception. Tune in for stellar new releases from the likes of Skee Mask, The Advisory Circle, Cavern …
 
Explore unfamiliar oceans in this mix as songs swell and recede like the tides. Ross From Friends makes his debut on Brainfeeder, Brainwaltzera heads to Monkeytown and Ruxpin shares an older gem from his vaults! New Beat Oracle discoveries include: Hello Meteor, Coyote Clean Up and Sleep D & Albrecht La’Brooy. Dive in for two hours of sweet sounds …
 
Tune in to this mix to hear new music from Ryuichi Sakamoto (remixed by Electric Youth), Björk (remixed by Kelly Lee Owens), Nightmares on Wax, Mouse on Mars, Nils Frahm, Yo La Tengo, Mark Pritchard (featuring The Space Lady) and much more. It’s two hours of inspired sounds focused on transitions. Playlist Download 04/02/2018…
 
The Beat Oracle is back and revisiting some classic sounds from the mid to late nineties and early aughts. These are selections that (in part) define a large section of the Beat Oracle DNA. Many longtime stalwarts of the show are featured: DJ Shadow, Nightmares On Wax, Plaid, Christian Kleine, Biosphere, Drexciya, and so many more. It’s a deep 2+ h…
 
The Beat Oracle is back for 2018 with a hazy mix of downtempo, leftfield and lo-fi house. Artists like Oddnip, Neo Image and Akasha System are perfect for soundtracking those summer recollections during winter. Hear more great stuff from The Range, Central and The Cyclist. Stick around until the end for a hot tip on a local live show! Playlist Down…
 
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