Favoriting Sunrise Lamentations with Jeremiah: Playlist from April 15, 2023 Favoriting

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Ambient, transient, poppy, sloppy, danceable, romanceable, and Italians rapping in English with laser noises. Don't be sad because here comes the sun.

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Favoriting April 15, 2023

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Prima Materia  Tail Of The Tiger   Favoriting La Coda Della Tigre  Superior Viaduct  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
The Necks  Forming   Favoriting Travel  Northern Spy  0:23:34 (Pop-up)
Siegfried Kessler / Gus Nemeth / Stu Martin  Bach Hcab   Favoriting Solaire  Souffle Continu  0:43:39 (Pop-up)
Pcn  Meimnot/Minimal Bop   Favoriting Collector  Self-Released  0:56:39 (Pop-up)
        1:03:18 (Pop-up)
Bhajan Bhoy  The Guiding Light   Favoriting To Love Is To Love Vol. 1  Feeding Tube/Cardinal Fuzz  1:06:31 (Pop-up)
Lalalar  Hata Benim Göbek Adım   Favoriting Bi Cinnete Bakar  Bongo Joe  1:14:22 (Pop-up)
Euroshima  Ejercita Del Odio   Favoriting Gala  Dark Entries  1:19:27 (Pop-up)
Saint Abdullah & Jason Nazary  Divine TIming Is Intuitive   Favoriting Evicted In The Morning  Disciples  1:25:17 (Pop-up)
Derya Yildirim & Grup Şimşek  Ayse Halam Ariyor   Favoriting Dost 2  Bongo Joe  1:29:13 (Pop-up)
Ak'Chamel  Sheltering Inside A Camel   Favoriting A Mournful Kingdom Of Sand  Akuphone  1:31:58 (Pop-up)
Up-Tight  Sweet Sister Part 2   Favoriting Sweet Sister  Feeding Tube  1:42:40 (Pop-up)
        2:05:24 (Pop-up)
Droids  (Do You Have) The Force   Favoriting Star Peace    2:08:51 (Pop-up)
Jacno  Triangle   Favoriting Rectangle    2:12:45 (Pop-up)
Kosmischer Läufer  Die Stille Sonne (Teil 2)   Favoriting Volume 5  Unknown Capability Recordings  2:16:15 (Pop-up)
Década 2  Alfabeto (Cold Version)   Favoriting Back Up: Mexican Tecno Pop 1980​-​1989  Dark Entries  2:21:44 (Pop-up)
Meine Katze Und Ich  La Gran Masa   Favoriting Síntomas de Techno: Ondas Electrónicas Subterráneas Desde Perú (1985-1991)  Buh Records  2:26:56 (Pop-up)
Steven Malinder  Shock To The Body   Favoriting Tick Tick Tick  Dais  2:30:56 (Pop-up)
Sunrise Suite
Gerald Albright  Bermuda NIghts   Favoriting Bermuda Nights    2:38:02 (Pop-up)
NIcholas Cole, Vincent Ingala  Snap   Favoriting Endless Possibilities    2:43:44 (Pop-up)
Bobby Lyle  Sweetest Taboo   Favoriting Joyful    2:48:09 (Pop-up)
Kim Waters  The Ride   Favoriting Someone To Love You    2:53:27 (Pop-up)
Alex Bugnon  Yearning For Your Love   Favoriting Love Season    2:57:55 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 🎷 Swag For Life Member 3:27am

All is quiet. Hi everyone. 🙂
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alan the painter:

good morning, thank you, bass end beginning ...
Avatar 3:34am

good morning
Avatar 🎷 Swag For Life Member 3:37am

Don should be checkin in here anytime now…..
Avatar 🎷 Swag For Life Member 4:08am

Good morning Jeremiah and listeners
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good morning Fred
Ajay / Krommenie (NL):

Good morning! Making breakfast with the family and listening to the show. Thanks for the tunes (and support) Jeremiah
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good morning Ajay
  Swag For Life Member 4:13am

Hey, Jeremiah! It's my first time listening to you. I'm enjoying Bhajan Bhoy a whole lot.

I mean, just think about it, Jeremiah. You, sir, are responsible for the first time, yes, the first, that the sound waves of Bhajan Bhoy have graced these eardrums, and worked their way, through my cochleas, to my brain, where those wages produce that sort of dopamine infusion that guides a person through writing their morning journal entry at 4:13 AM EST.

Greetings from lovely Beverly Massachusetts!
  Swag For Life Member 4:14am

oops! Not WAGES, WAVES. Sorry!
Avatar 4:17am

good morning Derek welcome to Bhajan Bhoy
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:33am

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good morning Ike
  Swag For Life Member 4:43am

Jeremiah, how did you come to be a fan of the music you play? I'm a school librarian, and I admit I'm not only asking you to learn something, but also to practice my query skills. I'm trying to ask questions that people enjoy answering; I notice that when it centers around someone's area of expertise, they tend to enjoy sharing some information about it. Then they do this, and I get something out of it.

It's, you know, win-win.

Anyway, as I said: in these parts, a person doesn't come across sounds like this that often. So for you, what is it? Did you grow up around this music? Did you have a friend who introduced you to it? A teacher? A cool family member? And where was music in your teen years? Was it this music?

Hoo, boy. A lot of questions, I tells ya, a lot of questions. So let's start at the beginning: what got you into this music, pal?
Avatar 🎷 Swag For Life Member 4:56am

↳ Song: "Sweet Sister Part 2" by "Up-Tight"
Up-Tight is a good live band
Avatar 4:56am

I basically pick some stuff from my collection and playwhatever new stuff we get at the station that I like.I'm no expert.
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↳ fred @4:56
They sound like they would be

  Swag For Life Member 4:58am

When did you first come across music such as the music you play on your show? Childhood relative? High school peer? College radio station friend? Random listen to a free-form radio station at 4:57 in the morning?

I'm doing the dancing in my dream
Archer D. Midland:

wtf I didn’t even know this app had ever been on my computer

how? What has science done? Outsourcing our brainpower? Who could do such a … no… no!!! GPTTTT OUTTTT BEGONE!!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:59am

Ahoy Jeremiah and all
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↳ derekleif @4:58
Most of this stuff was just in the new bin and i liked it so I'm playing it. In HS I mostly listened to indie and punk and if you see me DJ IRL i'm usually playing disco.
Avatar 5:01am

aloha Coel
  Swag For Life Member 5:04am

As a librarian, I'm just always interested in how people develop a field of knowledge. Obviously, Jeremiah, you know a lot about the music you play, and clearly immerse yourself in these sounds. I just always love to find out about another person's process of being their "own librarian," and finding the sources that feed their mind.

I would imagine DJing gives you exposure to new ideas. It must be a bit like when I go to a conference, and all of us book nerds introduce each other to new things to read.

Not to compare myself to DJing in by any means with this: when I worked at Tower Records way back in 1991, I was amazed at how much I picked up by just being around, sigh as I mourn their disappearence everywhere but here, physical objects that made music when someone put them into a player of some sort.

Where do you DJ? When I come to New York, it would be fun to take my significant other to a club where you work.
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↳ derekleif @5:04
I'm all over the place. your best bet is to follow @feral_appliance on IG. I post where I'm playing there.
Avatar 🎷 Swag For Life Member 5:16am

↳ Song: "Triangle" by "Jacno"
Circle should cover this (Triangle from Rectangle)
Brian Smith:

and twirling always twirling.
Avatar 5:26am

↳ Brian Smith @5:21
twirling towards freedom
Avatar 🎷 Swag For Life Member 5:29am

↳ Jeremiah @5:26
or the sunrise
Brian Smith:

Synth a délic
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Aaron Working In Newark:

Good Morning
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good morning Aaron
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:50am

Thanks Jeremiah

take care
Avatar 5:51am

Take care Coel
Avatar 🎷 Swag For Life Member 5:51am

↳ Song: "Sweetest Taboo" by "Bobby Lyle"
Showing my age, it only took me a few seconds to recognize Sweetest Taboo (weird without Sade's voice)
Brian Smith:

been listening to The Doctor Is In And Out by Yusef Lateef lately.
Ioannis K:

I always come here for the Sunrise Suite!Brilliant idea to end your show this way!Greetings from Greece and may all of you live long in endless pleasure....
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