the Darkfloor Daily – 03.10.2013

London readers take note – Biosphere will be performing at St John Sessions in Hackney next month, alongside a rare ambient set from industrialised techno hot property Perc. Make a mark in your diary for November 7th.
Tickets are available here and here.

Biosphere, the Norwegian master of ambient Geir Jenssen, is a not often seen name on these shores. His ’97 album Substrata is, rightly, regarded as a classic.

News reached us earlier today of the next release on MORD. The newish label from Audio Assault‘s Bas Mooy has been finding much support since it hit the ground running with Radial’s launch EP Linea Recta. That was followed by Charlton’s Chaotic Behaviour and Wire’s Wired EP. Next up is an EP from Lag.

The Serbian producer is most certainly a name to watch. We’ve no dates or previews (they should drop at the weekend), but what we can tell you is that remixes will be on route from Forward Strategy Group, Truss, and new name to us Valentina Brostean.

Ad Noiseam have announced DJ Hidden’s next album – Enclosed.

It’s Noel Wessel’s third album as DJ Hidden – he also records as  SemiomimeTRILT and is one half of The Outside Agency alongside long time DJ sparring partner Eye-D. Being one of the finest sculptors  of dark bass and intense drums out there the expectation is high. You can previews several tracks on the Ad Noiseam release page.

Spanish label Semantica readies their next 12″ – Bethany DeMoss AKA Skirt’s Wish In The Maze comes backed with remixes by 2 approved Darkfloor practitioners Inigo Kennedy and Ancient Methods. Clone have the previews.

Here’s a pretty decent recording of Cut Hands from last year. The afro noise project of Whitehouse lead man William Bennett.

Om Unit’s VIP Roller remix of machinedrum’s Gunshotta is available for free download (you’ll need to exchange your email address to get your mitts on it). We opened Tuesday’s Mantis Radio (feat. Kial) with Fracture’s Astrophonica remix.