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Various Artists - Flomotion
CD Album
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Various Artists



Released: 1st March 2004 | 14 track album
Nick Luscombe's influential Flo-Motion radio show has been broadcast live on London's 104.9XFM every Sunday evening since 2000. Flo-Motion is a modern blend of deep club music with elements of broken-beat, techno, jazz and dub as well as sounds from the more experimental side of electronic music. Nick Luscombe: Flo-Motion [Vol 1] is the first compilation featuring tracks from the increasingly popular radio show. From Jaga Jazzist's opening track of glacial, cinematic Nordic jazz, through the lush, laid back hip hop production of King Britt to the twisted future funk of Mu's Destroying Human Nature, this eagerly -awaited collection comprises a coherent and varied selection of hard to find gems and Flo-Motion favourites. Listen to XFM Flo-Motion Sundays from 10pm in London on 104.9FM, throughout the UK via DAB and across the globe via'
"Legends mould their own musical tastes and obsessions. Peelie, Charlie, Gilles, Annie?make your own list. But what becomes clear with the release of their first compilation, Flo-motion Vol.1, is that Nick Luscombe has become one of those tititans?exquisite ambiant stuff and this album presents a sensuosly trippy entr?e to this sonic world"
Max Reinhardt, Straight No Chaser
"FUNK & BREAKS REVIEW: To say that this album has variety is an understatement ?a post weekend wistfulness. Flo-motion is a powerful evocation of the spirit of Sunday night'.8/8'"
"Go With The Flo ?blends classic club music with elements of broken-beat, techno, jazz and dub. The CD contains hard to find classic tracks"
X-Ray Magazine
"... not so much a dance or post-club collection as a soundtrack for a slow seduction that's impossible to resist."
Fela Lewis, Logo
"a restrained and educated sortie into the etheral mind of Jagga Jazzist who provides 'Lithunia', Jimpster with amnioic bleep-house of 'Fish Island' and King Britt's lush hip hop 'Transcend'."
DJ Magazine
"?. A Stunningly good collection of music with no respect for boundaries?. Here's looking forward to the next volume ?(five dancing men)"
Darren Wall, DMC Update
"This kind of fusion is as widescreen as you can get without leaving your own bedroom'"