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This weekend's Skyapnea broadcast will include a special guest mix by Andrew Pekler - tune in from 8-10am.

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Multi-unstrumentalist musician and producer Max Tundra will be joining Graham Dunning on next week's Fractal Meat on a Spongy Bone. He'll be playing a special selection on 7"s, make sure you tune in! Friday 6th February, 8-10am.

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Jonathan and Pietro, hosts of the excellent Reverie have a guest mix for each episode of their bi-weekly slot, and the calibre of visitors to the NTS studio every other Saturday afternoon has been steadily rising. This weekend Berlin based L.I.E.S affiliate Florian Kupfer will be joining the boys in Gillett Square for a quick chat and a mix. The DJ and producer, who often deals in the more soulful side of things, releasing music that straddles the boundary between rough as fuck and hypnotically dreamy, will play at Corsica Studios for Find Me In The Dark later that night.

Check out one of his finest pieces below, and make sure you lock in to the show this Saturday, from 4-6pm.

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Another double NTS header for your body and soul: the hosts of Slime, Bell Towers and Little, will be joining the Field Work gang down in Deptford for a Sunday daytime shack out. You don't have to pay any pounds to get in either... more info below and the facebook event page over here.

"South London friends and family Field Work return for one of their much-loved Sunday parties. Join them at Vinyl Deptford for a free-flowing cruise through ambient, Balearic rock, strange pop, smudgy dub, assembled voices and assorted intercepted transmissions.

Plus! Slime (aka Bell Towers and Little) - sticky and green, served ambient. 

Accompanied by GIFs from http://fieldworklondon.tumblr.com/

www.fieldworklondon.com

Sunday 1st February

15:00 - late / FREE

Vinyl Deptford

4 Tanners Hill SE8 4PJ

Close to New Cross overground or Deptford Bridge DLR"

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