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WFH // Soho Radio

Author: Rachael Bird

WFH // Soho Radio – 1 hour mixes from our presenters to soundtrack your days working from home.

FEBRUARY

King Knut presents one hour of piano moods for the lockdown workload. From Messiaen and Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou to Dollar Brand and Mustapha Skandrani, these pieces are especially chosen for their meditative and calming nature. Turn on, tune in. Take a break, look out the window, have a cup of tea.

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Kitty Liv – “Here’s a few tunes to keep you company while you’re working from home. They’re a handful of songs we’ve thoroughly enjoyed listening to lately, from smooth hip hop to funky soul and blues. Keep on rockin’ from home, Kitty & Lawrensu – Bombay Nights.”

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Next up we have B-side Sessions w/ DJ Kobayashi – a selection of tracks from his monthly radio show, feauringt The Bombillas, Trio Ternura, Kutiman + more.

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Natalie Elizabeth Weiss – “My WFH vibe is a fairly consistent cycle of hyperproductive/sleepy/anxious/disconnected/reconnected/creative. I’ve woven those fluctuations into this mix, as well as some thoughts about “work” and its relationship to capitalism and identity. I’m rooting for all the folks in lockdown; I hope these tunes are a way we can connect without being physically together.”

Ellis Doig – “For this mix I selected some records that should get you locked into a nice work flow – I find myself most productive at work with some deep, minimal and verging on hypnotic grooves to take me through. Some fresher and more luscious cuts are thrown in to keep the mood positive and the motivation up. Hold tight people.”

Anna Phoebe – “These are the tracks I”m currently listening to, usually on headphones while I take the dog out for a walk to clear my head and get away from staring at the computer screen. Wishing all those listeners who are working from home some chilled positive vibes, and to share the moments of connection we get through music.”