PREMIERE: Chriss V & Olart - City Of Glass (Eri D Remix) [roku]
Following on from the success of their inaugural release ‘Mythical Creatures', roku welcomes Chriss V & Olart to the label for their debut EP. Hailing from Albania, Chriss V has been a fixture of the electronic underground for the better part of two decades. Highly regarded as a DJ, Chriss has shared the stage with a variety of top international talents, with Solomun, Eric Prydz, Hernan Cattaneo, Nick Warren, Henry Saiz, Roy Rosenfeld, Sebastien Leger, Khen, Eli Nissan and Armen Miran being the most notable. As a producer, Chriss has been selective with his projects over the last decade, with Dbeatzion Records, Elliptical Sun Recordings and Inception being the primary landing spots for his progressive sound. Having forged a partnership with newcomer and fellow countryman Olart last year, the duo released their first ever production, a remix of ‘Sands of Time' by Gabo Martin & Jesuan M via Nikko.Z's Dopamine White. Now, continuing to build on their creative synergy, Chriss and Olart debut on roku with ‘Distance Echoes', alongside remixes from Kostya Outta and Eri D.
The release concludes with Eri D also making his label debut with the lone interpretation of ‘City of Glass'. Returning from a five-year hiatus the Albanian artist was prolific from 2014-2016, racking up key releases via Abstract Space, Elliptical Sun and Massive Harmony Records. Now calling Miami home, Eri makes a welcome return to the spotlight with an inspired rendition of ‘City of Glass'. While maintaining the elusive spirit of the original, the Albanian artist crafts a deep and progressive experience all his own, a hopeful journey into an emotive hinterland, where dulcet beats, youthful melodies and transcendent designs emerge from their nicely manicured architecture, onwards to a finale of glowing atmospheres.
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This is the Composers Datebook for May 13th. I’m John Birge.
On today’s date in 1875, American conductor Theodore Thomas, a passionate advocate for both old and new music, led the Cincinnati May Festival in the first American performance of J.S. Bach’s Magnificat.
Bach composed this work in 1723, originally for Christmas use in Leipzig, then revised the score in 1733. The American premiere, 142 years after that, was also revised, since the original instrumentation was expanded for large 19th century orchestra and Bach probably would have been astonished at the size of the Cincinnati chorus.
Bach’s Magnificat served as the opener for a Festival performance of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. The Beethoven was a huge success, and Cincinnati newspapers reported that “Ninth Symphomania” was breaking out in their city.
The newspapers were less impressed with Bach’s Magnificat. The Cincinnati Commercial Review opined: “The work is difficult in the extreme... most of the chorus abounds with rambling sub-divisions. We considering the ‘Magnificat’ the weakest thing the chorus has undertaken... possessing no dramatic character and incapable of conveying the magnitude of the labor that has been expended upon its inconsequential intricacies.”
Well, whatever they thought in 1875, we suspect American audiences and performers have a gotten a little more used to Bach’s “inconsequential intricacies” since then.
Music Played in Today's Program
J.S. Bach (1685-1750) Magnificat, S. 243
Today we hear from a rock and roll hall of famer, talking about working with someone that we sadly lost on this day in 2012
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Session 026 mixed by BlackJean Playlist
Intro: Arthur Baker, Lumina - Higher Power (Accapella)
Chaos In The CBD - Kaitaia Fire (Original Mix)
DJ Satelite feat. Jackie Queens - Fire (Echo12 Remix)
Detroit Swindle - Call Of the Wild (feat. Jungle by Night)
Dele Sosimi - Turbulent Times (Fatoumana Remix)
David Meyer - Movement
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Art by Paulette Ausorus
Kitty Craft-Under the Apple Tree
Toshimaru Nakamura-NIMB #4
Yo La Tengo-This Stupid World
Preslav Literary School-Heath Naval
Monde UFO-Black Triangles
The Soft Pink Truth-Sunwash
Trees Speak-Ghost We Know
Nikolaienko/Arthur Mine-Muzak for Mesozoic Showreel
The Kimba Unit-Grigio
pigbaby-Ta Me Ar Muin Na Muice
Lizard Hands-Faint Moments
Bomis Prendin-A Lunar Equation
bye!-Dreamshit surfer (bye bye)
New Found Interest in Connecticut-On My Back Watching the Northern Lights
featuring DAVID WAX MUSEUM EILEN JEWELL JOSH RITTER Y LA BAMBA
ISLA BELA FLECK, ZAKIR HUSSAIN & EDGAR MEYER with RAKESH CHAURASIA
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