BBC Radio 6 Music broadcast: 8th December 2016
Another chance to hear Andrew Collins presenting a four-part series on electronic music.
Tonight Andrew considers the late 80s.
As people grew tired of the Soft Cell and The Thompson Twins' approach to music, the electronic genie leaped out the bottle to reveal how sampling would change what we hear.
In this third programme Andrew Collins explores the sampling boom and the way drum machines could never drive a Rolls Royce into a swimming pool but could redefine the beat of the late 80s.
We hear how technology became cheap, letting groups like M/A/R/R/S and White Town release singles from their bedrooms.
Art Of Noise - Close (To The Edit) [China]
Pierre Schaeffer - Etude Aux Chemins De Fer [INA-GRM]
The Beatles - Strawberry Fields Forever [Apple]
Peter Gabriel - Lay Your Hands On Me [Charisma]
Thomas Dolby - Hyperactive [EMI]
Max Graham Vs Yes - Owner Of A Lonely Heart [Ministry Of Sound]
Art Of Noise - Moments In Love [Virgin Television]
Depeche Mode - Pipeline [Trade Mark Of Quality]
Mr. Fingers - Can You Feel It? [Trax Recordings]
Phuture - Acid Tracks [Firm Music]
Eric B. & Rakim - Paid In Full [4th & Broadway]
A Guy Called Gerald - Voodoo Ray [Rham!]
Primal Scream - Loaded [Creation]
The Orb - Blue Room [Island]