Welcome back to the Isolation Radio show, after those important messages from our sponsors, War, Pestilence, Famine and Death; broadcasting live on the Melodic Randomiser network from a secret quarantine unit in the sunny but eerily silent South West of England.
Time to bring you three more batches of boredom-busting beats, via the unpredictable shuffle function of my Poweramp music player.
Let’s spin the wheel and get this world party started.
Round and round and round she goes, where she stops nobody knows, until…
…it comes to rest on “The Feeling” by Ellie Jackson, aka the driving force of La Roux, from their second album, Trouble in Paradise.
After which, things get a little noisier, with this clattering, riffing, runaway train of a song by the (now sadly semi-late and therefore defunct) Japanese duo, Boom Boom Satellites, here’s “Pill”
And to with continue the theme of abrasive electronica for our final tune today, here is one of the godfathers of the UK synth music scene, John Foxx, teaming up with Louis Gordon on the Impossible album to bring you “Dislocation”
I’ll be back tomorrow with another dose of antidote for apathy, reinvigorating your enthusiasm for life via the medium of music, but now I have four hungry horses to feed…