Solid Steel Radio 08/02/2013 - Group Modular, DJ Food

Solid Steel Radio 08/02/2013 - Group Modular, DJ Food

Solid Steel (8th February) Our guest this week is Group Modular who are Markey Funk and Mule Driver - two producers living on two ends of the Jerusalem-Tel-Aviv route, that recently released their debut space age library groove LP - "The Mystery of Mordy Laye". In their mix they put together a great selection of electronic and way-out music, mixed up in a continuous journey through space and time. Listen to The Mystery of Mordy Laye" here.

In Hour 2 DJ Food takes up the 25th Anniversary slot with volume 8 of his Kraftwerk Kover Kollections in time to celebrate the band playing 8 nights at the Tate Modern in London. These mixes have become a regular feature on the show over the years, unearthing incredible and bizarre cover versions of Kraftwerk tracks. A Bollywood version of The Man Machine, The Model played on church bells, sung by a choir and covered by comedian Adrian Edmondson are just some of the treats along with jazz, piano and acoustic versions of their classics and a couple of comedy skits commenting on the ticket meltdowns surrounding the band's shows.



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