As we gaze out of our windows watching leaves sweep past in the wind like our many days of sorrow; Paradox Room has the remedy to fill your serotonin pools. Another eclectic mix of great music. This month we feature some tracks from Bob Mould’s new album ‘Blue Hearts’. Bob’s always been a favourite in PR HQ and his albums always herald another autumn. Light nights fade and the temperatures drop. We’ll get the kettle on, share out the biccies and shield you with another hour of warmth.
Back again for another feast of music you’ve never heard. Let the Goddess of the Room clasp you to her summer bosom and feed your head with more great sounds. Check out all our shows at: paradoxroom.co.uk or via Mixcloud.
We love our gallic cousins, and we love even more their diverse and unusual music. Jump aboard the PRoom bus and join the booze cruise for this fantastic platter of space, psychedelia, Zeuhl and jazz from across the pond. Aahhhh!! The French.
Part 2 of our show to get you beyond the tedium of lockdown. And what a show. Mr Warlow has joined me for a battle, chosing some fine tunes to supplement my own noises from the cellar. Where but on Paradox Room can you mix French Afrobeat with now wave, US black punk from the early 70’s, freeform jazz prog and more slices of French brilliance than you can shake a baguette at? Stay Alert. Our Room will keep you safe.
Another month. Another show. But now we have a captive audience. Close the blinds. Shut out that dangerous world and immunise your mind for some great new and archive sounds from the likes of Minami Deutsch, Capitol K, Wooden Shjips and Pigsx7. Let us keep you safe.
This show was first broadcast on 30.10.16. A startling mix of classic horror movie themes. In the Paradox Room, no-one can hear you scream.
Easter 2018 Special – El Paraiso Records
A look back to our show featuring the great Denmark label. A feast of the best psych and stoner rock out there.
Mr Warlow has curated a tribute to the exceptional and enigmatic musical genius Scott Walker (who died on 25 March 2019). We won’t dwell on inflated eulogies, but prefer to let the music be his epitaph.
Have you ever stepped into an abandoned building or entered an unlit tunnel? Your mind leaps into imaginary corners where unknown souls appear faintly in the gloom. This is the theme of this month’s show. A collection from the hidden side of music’s landscape. A place where most never go, with names nobody ever knows. But shine a light in and you’ll find creativity, colour and innovation; gemstones from the mines of freemusicarchive.org. Emerging sounds of drum’n’bass, death drone metal, glitch, electronica, jazz, etc. Music, like life, takes a leap of faith sometimes. Dig deep and discover the riches.
Another jar of larks from the shelf of our great eclectic necromancer, Mr Warlow. He’s bursting with weird tales to share with you all as the poisons take hold of his mind. Step closer. Let him be your tour guide. Exit via the gift shop.