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Pour ce nouvel épisode de “Confessions FM”, Maxime Bisson invite eo eintu pour un mix à quatre mains, oscillant entre chanson française moderne, new-wave, ambient et plus à écouter ici.

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Les Pilotwings retrouvent le studio pour une nouvelle Pénequet, avant-dernière de la saison, oscillant entre downtempo, ambient tribale et breaks.

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Les franco-suisses de FLEE reviennent sur nos ondes pour un épisode d’Extra Muros, proposant une heure d’étranges tracks, entre percussions, cosmic disco, leftfield electronic et plus à se mettre sous l’oreille..

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Witxes revient sur nos ondes pour une nouvelle heure de Déviances, oscillant entre leftfield electronics, ambient et travaux d’avant-garde, produits entr’autres par Christian Fennesz, Paulie Jan, Jon Porras et plus.

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Jan Jelinek invites contemporary artist Michael Raedecker for this month’s “Temple Of Faitiche”, each providing with a complex blend of ambient, experimental and musique concrète works from Oneohtrix Point Never, The Flamingos, Pan Sonic, Yves Tumor and more.

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Berlin-based artist Florian Kupfer comes back to his residency with a late yet blissful delivery: one hour of underground electronics, minimal compositions and cosmic breaks…

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Berceuse Heroique founder KEMAA debutes his monthly “Coup de Foudre” residency with a two-hours session of leftfield electronics, ambient and neo-classical moves, music for your mind…

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Berceuse Heroique founder KEMAA returns for his third installment of “Coup de Foudre”, here with one hour of minimal electronics, avant-garde movements, spoken word and spiritual jazz…

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Young Padique continue sa résidence avec la deuxième partie de son mix cassette, mélangeant lo-fi, weird-pop, ambient et expérimental.

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Simple Music Experience invite à nouveau jeanj pour une heure sérendipiteuse entre synth-pop, piano et chanson avec Jacques Dutronc, Tabula Nul, Arthur Russell, Violent Quand On Aime et plus.

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Mori-Ra gets back at his residency with one hour of the finest fusion, comforting disco and soft-rock from Wallie Badarou, Shuggie Otis, Stubb & Huw Costin & Rachel Foster, and many more.

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Thomas B., co-fondateur de Notte Brigante réactive son émission Disco Disorder pour cette nouvelle saison, et parcoure pour une heure la culture synth-wave, post-punk et electro des 80s.

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Écoutez la première édition de Déviances avec le producteur lyonnais Witxes, se baladant entre électronique contemporaine, ambient et paysages sonores profonds..

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Stream back to Poulet Bicyclette crazy trio going through Romanian music, Welsh folk, and other jungly and groovy vibes, from all around the world.

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Les Halles returns to his Porch Projector residency with a special broadcast featuring exclusively tracks from his repertoire, cuts that didn’t make it to his latest album “Zephyr”.

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Listen back to French artist and producer Tryphème exploring introvert music for an hour of French delicacies, 80s minimalism and other dark and romantic gems…

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Elen Huynh has for this season’s first show BFDM affiliate’s Basses-Terres as a guest: a one-hour acousmatic and spoken-word piece, recorded by the duo while they were exploring the edge of a colossal jungle. Far, far away, along a sea whose glitter is blurred by a creeping mist. A forest so dark and green it has to be almost black. Texts excerpts from Cesare Pavese’s book “Travailler Fatigue”. Special thanks to Nami.

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Paris-based collective I’ve Seen The Future on a monthly two-hour show bringing alternative realities to music, ethereal dreams and queer sweetness.

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