Please Don't Goa

08/11/2018 • 12PM - 2PM

with Yves, Victor de Roo and Pealing Wavs

This November edition of Please Don’t Goa navigates ideas of comfort, the domestic, the familiar and their counterparts, dislocation and diasporic space. Presented in three parts by guests Victor De Roo, Pealing Wavs and Yves, each one contemplating these manifestations of home.

Victor’s submission captures the most conscious embodiment of familiarity of the three, where only records he discovered at 72 Records, where he works in Brussels were used for the recording. Record stores are sites of knowledge and nascent curiosity, where influences and expectation are established and disrupted, where intimidation can be assuaged by intimate cognition. Located within juxtaposition, they allow for social and solitary transactions to be simultaneously performed. Navigating through this arrangement can be a precarious matter, which Victor has articulated in his mix. It is a succinct expression of calibrating a balance between those orders and finding reconnaissance in the unknown- The shop owner’s haphazard recommendations, picking up an attractive sleeve, searching for that familiar name or instrument in the liner notes with the ambition of uncovering a new aural path. I’m glad to be congratulating Victor for his new 7″ on STROOM with FELIX POFFE under the ONZEKER name, which is an excellent release that plays with the axioms of the known/unknown of record culture and thank him for this wonderful contribution to Please Don’t Goa.

PEALING WAVs’ entry, recorded in Alicante mediates an alternative trajectory through personal transition and migratory movement, correlating to his physical relocation to London and creative reinvention as an artist. Cammi’s output has evolved through several permutations, each time expanding and deepening his musical heritage whilst consciously not relegating past endeavours to futility as is the archetypal pitfall. His self-reflexivity allows him to clearly evaluate this fusion which gives his work a prescient edge, as the affectations of his past are purposely synthesised into his present practice. Cammi’s section unveils the intimate power vulnerability can convert into through exposition of uncertain environments and how we mobilise in the advent of liminality and instability. As a frequent collaborator, peer and friend I will (as always) look forward to his future musical endeavours.

YVES
AILIE ORMSTON – AA1 A32 Tony Sopran Fashion Inspo (50% Pure)
HARE AND MOON – Whistle and I will come to you
BLAH BLAH BLAH – Central Park
CHINA CRISIS – Performing Seals
WAYNE HORVITZ – The New Generation
TATTOO HOSTS VISION ON – Whirlpool of Noise
JODY HARRIS & ROBERT QUINE – Up in Daisy’s Penthouse
AILLIE ORMSTON – A3 002 The Sedate (50% Pure)
BANDULU – Phaze in Version
JEREMY’S SECRET – Hermit’s Parade

VICTOR DE ROO
MONIEK DARGE – Solstice Sample
L’ENSEMBLE RAYÉ – Un Morceau Pour Ta Tête
OFFICER! – Spaghettification
JIMMY SMACK – Cybernetic
ARBEID ADELT! – Het Amusementsbedrijf
MINNY POPS – Island
THE HONEYMOON KILLERS – Ariane
GRUPPENBILD – Onbereikbaar
UV POP – Psalm
KARMAN – Poker
ROBERT FRIPP – 1984
SHINY TWO SHINY – Wake
PAULINE MURRAY – Two Shots
GUERRE FROIDE – Demain Berlin
STANO – Room
MONIEK DARGE – Rain

PEALING WAVS
THE SHONA PEOPLE OF RHODESIA – Nyamaropa
TOSHIMARU NAKAMURA – Nimb Number 43
MRINAL SEN GUPTA, LATEEF AHMED KHAN AND TIRATH AJMANI – Rupak Tal
JULIUS EASTMAN – Feminine
BOVINE LIFE – Vone
SHINICHI ATOBE – Mix 2
COLORED MUSIC – Ambient Disco
CINDY LEE – Operation
COCTEAU TWINS – Love’s Easy Tears

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