Announcements

Connections I: The Clapton Complex

This week’s show is a remastered version of our first exploration of the connections between various musicians and bands, with a few details on how those connections came to be.

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Malaclypse

Play that Funky Music!

This week, we will play some funky stuff, and look into how Funk has influenced the entirety of Rock music.

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Malaclypse

Road Songs remastered

It’s summer holiday travel season, so road songs should be an appropriate theme for this week’s show. The show goes through various aspects of being on the road, so it will not be too quiet a ride.

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Malaclypse

…looking for America

To honour our show co-inciding with the Independence Day of the U.S. of America, we have put together a show exploring many things American, and many corners of the U.S. of America. Politics have been carefully left out in order to find the actual America.

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Malaclypse

Theme Tunes 2 remastered

This week’s theme is theme tunes, as in, theme music that is more than a 30-second blurb, our second show of such from five years ago. Much updated, too.

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Malaclypse

Scandinavian Prog

We’ve had shows about British Prog, Dutch Prog, German Prog, and now we’ll be looking at what happened up north in the 1970s, as well as what is going on there now. This threatens to be interesting…

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Malaclypse

Anticipating Obduction… again

This week will see a re-edited version of the show AlanDJ put together during the run-up to the release of Obduction, trying to imagine what the game’s music might be like. Find out how close he got!

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Malaclypse

Power Fusion

This week’s topic is Power Fusion. In other words, Jazz Fusion turned up to eleven.

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Malaclypse

Malcolm Cecil

“Who’s Malcolm Cecil?” was the question we all heard when we announced we were going to do a show on him this Sunday. Well, he is one of the co-creators of the early multitimbral synthesizer named TONTO, a session player and a successful and influential producer, and he, unfortunately, recently played his last chord. Since there is rather a lot of music he had been involved in, we decided to not wait until the new year to honour him and rather present his work as a stand-alone show.

See you in the Cavern,
Malalcypse