We pick the artist - They pick the music.

UI Picks is curated by the Underground Institute, an international agency for adventurous music
and platform for culture. UI Picks episodes are tailored for selected underground radio stations.

In this episode - “Science Fiction”, Gelbart takes us on a journey through music taken from sci-fi
movies or inspired by sci-fi themes.

Look out for the special cover version of Ornette Coleman’s “Broken shadows” made especially for
the show, which originally appears on his “science fiction” album (the extended edition).

Prolific Multi-instrumentalist Gelbart (Gagarin Records) has written a surrealist sci-fi novel titled
“Egglike” and directed a Sci-Fi animation film called “Vermin”. He’s released countless of records,
played on a multitude of very diverse instruments.

This episode of UI Picks feat. Joe Meek, Devo, Sun Ra, Doris Day and more.

March of The Thinking Machines” video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f0B5-_L0Svc
Bandcamp: https://gelbart.bandcamp.com/


image by: Keith Skrastins

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01. Peter Thomas Sound Orchester - Rocket Science
02. Edgard Varèse - Ionisation
03. Ron Geesin - Mini Molecules
04. Pierre Arvay - Sky Way
Background music: Ornette Coleman - Science Fiction
05. Gelbart - Broken Shadows (originally by Ornette Coleman)
06. Ken Freeman - Tripods Main Theme
07. Devo - Mechanical Man
08. Peter Thomas Sound Orchester - Bolero on the Moon Rocks
09. Blur - Strange News from Another Star
09. João Gilberto - Astronauta (Samba da Pergunta)
10. Background music: Jerry Goldsmith - The Search Continues
11. Leonard Rosenman - Main Title
12. Joe Meek and the Blue Men - Magnetic Field
13. Gelbart - The Three Forms of Him Who Speaks Through Pyramids
14. Sun Ra - Love in Outer Space
Background music: Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygene Part 1
15. Doris Day - Moonlight Lover