Playlist: 1. Xhale - Wet Lens (Kahvi006) 2. Epoq - Green Wet Green (Kahvi012) 3. Esem - Nips (Kahvi004) 4. Jean Nine - Cramshafter (Kahvi018) 5. Die - 2D Life (Kahvi020) 6. Esem - Instlr (Kahvi009) 7. Vae - Mistral (Kahvi014) 8. Jean Nine - Bubblemaster 19100 (Kahvi008) 9. Badloop - Favorite Things (Kahvi029B) 10. Vae - Forward And Back (Kahvi001) 11. Jobe - Copypas Technology (Kahvi028) 12. Badloop - Ystaevae (Kahvi029C) 13. Aleksi Virta - Nebula Herb (...Meets Torsti At The Space Lounge)
Thanks for listening.
On the history of the show: EQ was created by seven students of the University of Münster, who shared an interest in electronic music (Jan Falk, Lars Moston, Dennis Imhäuser, Gunar Peters, Henning Brinkmann, Jonas Kückelmann). A common interpretation of the title is simply "Electronic music on Radio Q" since a good many of the shows on Radio Q used to have the "Q" in their name. Most of the episodes were hosted by Jonas Kückelmann, some of the later ones by Henning Brinkmann. Daniel Fiene co-hosted the first night which happened to coincide with the 5th birthday of Radio Q. EQ made an attempt to present music from almost any electronic music genre and brought new (and older) tracks, background information, interviews and live recordings to Radio Q listeners. In its first episodes all jingles were based on the Aphex Twin track "Pacman". For later shows, electronic music artist "Jean-Michel" created new jingles (you can hear them in this episode).
Guests of EQ included: A-Sides, Sofus Forsberg, Tiki Obmar, Cex, Thomas Morr (head of Morr Music), Klaus Fiehe (host of 1Live radio show "Raum und Zeit"), Stefan Schwander (Antonelli Electr., Rhythm Maker, A Rocket in Dub), Martin Juhls (Marsen Jules, krill.minima, Falter), Jan Jelinek, Kid Koala. Some of the topics covered were: Mouse on Mars, Drum'n'Bass from Brazil, the Ninja Tune label, Monolake, the Good Looking label, Aleksi Virta, Biosphere, netlabels such as Thinner Records and Ageema Blues.