Solid Steel Radio 07/12/2012 - DK, Reso

Solid Steel Radio 07/12/2012 - DK, Reso

Solid Steel in association with Serato (7th December) It's a laid back show this week as we welcome Reso to Solid Steel. His music has featured regularly on the show and ripped up dance floors across the world, but this mix embraces another side which you can also glimpse on his new album Tangram on Civil Music. It's a gentle start with Caspian, Basic Channel from 94 and classic Steve Reich with Electric Counterpoint. Then it's lush keys from Herbie Hancock, ambient tones from the Solaris soundtrack and an emotional cut from The Invisible. It's a soulful turn with Amel Larrieux, then picking up with Fracture, Mark System and Three Trapped Tigers, before closing with Letherette and Susumu Yakota.

DK continues Hour 2 in a similar vein with Stubborn Heart and up into quality house from Broke One, Eddie Niguel and Uffe, before launching into the classic Jazzanova remix for Ian Pooley. We cross to Columbia via Africa with the Fela inspired Wganda Kenya and Peru with Paco Zambrano. It's new music from Jets and more from Letherette and we pay respect to the two lost talents of Offshore and Austin Peralta RIP, ending with sublime Ira Sullivan and George Duke.



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