Episode 2023-19: t.quoise, Drips Zacheer and more

May 8, 2023 Podcast
A woodpecker's head peering out the woodpecker's hole in a tree. The woodpecker has a red forehead with brown stripes. The background is our of focus, with brown branches and some blue sky.

Episode 2023-19

Playlist (as previously run on KNHC):

  • Arovane – Passage to Nagoya (2023 Remaster)
      Release: Lilies (2023 Remaster)
      Label: City Centre Offices
  • Space Ghost – Aquarium Nightclub
      Release: Aquarium Nightclub
      Label: Tartelet Records
  • Orange Crush – Invocation
      Release: Autumn Reflections
      Label: Orange Crush
  • t.quoise – Life in Reverse
      Release: Life in Reverse
      Label: Soundsphere
  • flow.ctrl – Nightlight
      Release: Lullaby – EP
  • fr√ľit – Yellow Waters
      Release: Opal Melt – EP
      Label: SXN
  • Pablo Bolivar – Fuse
      Release: Framework of a Dream
      Label: Seven Villas
  • Drips Zacheer – Gardenia
      Release: Gardenia – Single
      Label: Inner Ocean Records
  • Frequency Control Centre – National Sound Division
      Release: Exp.1
      Label: Bad Bat Records
  • Hu – North
      Release: Navigate – EP
      Label: anon recordings
  • Boards of Canada – Everything You Do Is a Balloon
      Release: Hi Scores
      Label: Skam Records
  • 20HoursAfterDawn – Sweetness Of Fake Pollution
      Release: Sun Will Crackle – EP
      Label: I Low You records
  • Monster Rally – Enchanted Wine
      Release: Return to Paradise
      Label: Monster Rally

Hosted by Seth.

Photo: “Pileated woodpecker (Dryocopus pileatus)”. Credit: Fort Stanwix National Monument/National Park Service, public domain [i].

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About Café Chill

Café Chill is Public Radio's human curated chill mix, produced by KNHC Productions in Seattle, WA.
  • Host & Curator: Seth B.
  • Manager: Richard J Dalton
Café Chill is funded in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

About The Curator/Host

Seth  has been involved in the Pacific Northwest electronic music scene for years, as a member of Go Periscope and several other projects. In 2015, he became part of the Café Chill team, taking hosting and curation duties.