WAV’s ‘FROM OUR WAVE TO YOURS’ is a various and ever-expanding selection of favourite tracks, albums, labels, artists and more, put together by the WAV team, radio hosts & family. You can call them charts, or staff picks, but we like to refer to them as WAVES, connecting us to you and back. We love music, we want to share what we love, but we don’t assume that sharing should be at the expense of the artists. That’s why we link all our WAVE-lists to the bandcamp pages of the artists or labels.

Enjoy this month’s selection by new WAV host Gene Hex / Evening of Light . Based in Antwerp, Evening of Light makes eclectic radio for the
genre-promiscuous, while Gene Hex conjures pulses for dark dancefloors.

Alabaster DePlume: Gold (LP)

Go forward in the courage of your love” is this album’s motto. What a dazzling follow-up to the previous instrumental album which shone so much light in dark times. DePlume still makes his sax sound like an asian folk instrument, but besides that there’s a vast richness of sung and spoken voices, guitar, and percussion on *GOLD.

DjRum: St Martin / Tension

A reissue of an EP from 2010, this 12” holds two laid back garage tracks from one of the finest contemporary bass music producers.
Soulful as always, smooth and warm

Jarboe: "Skin Blood Women Roses"

Counsouling rereleased Jarboe’s first solo record as Skin from 1987 under her own name for Record Store Day this year. What a tour de force of lightly industrial vocal genius.

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Leya: Eyeline

‘LEYA are haunting as ever on this mixtape. Their eerie melange of violin, detuned harp, and misty vocals is subtly supplemented here by a range of stellar guest artists, and is stonecapped by a gripping hazy beats remix.

Plastic Estate: Plastic Estate

Avant! rarely misses, and Plastic Estate’s s/t from this year is no exception. Crystal clear, seductive new wave and synthpop with a variety of influences.

Terzij De Horde - In One Of These, I Am Your Enemy

The Dutch post-black metal poets are back with their most condensed album yet. Hyper-focused and blistering, full of righteous anger at those who are destroying our world.

Tzompantli: Tlazcaltiliztli

A crushing doom/death metal adventure based on Mesoamerican rituals. Thick production, some folk passages, all killer tracks. A little bit nostalgic for the 90s, but more than contemporary enough too!.

ubu boi & r hunter: A Symbol For Disguise

Razor sharp off-kilter beats, hits, pops, glitches, and ambiances. A cornucopia of texture and rhythm that’s equally at home on adventurous dancefloors or in tripped out living rooms.