We have decided to close our forum, The Hive. We will keep it online for the foreseeable future.

The reasons for this are several - mainly we are focusing increasingly on our other projects: our Darkfloor website, the record label, the radio station and our long running Mantis Radio show.

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Mantis Radio 076 + Blackmass Plastics
02-17-2011, 08:48 PM
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Mantis 076 + Blackmass Plastics

Photek - Ni-Ten-Ichi-Rhy [Science]
Solar Chrome - Malevil [Maschinen Musik]
Petar Alargic - EeR NR1 [petaralargic.com]
Octave Mouret - Good News Everyone! I've Taught the Toaster to Feel Love [octavemouret.bandcamp.com]
Foul Shape - A Monster Has Created [Entity]
Loefah - Twisup VIP [DMZ]
Adam X - Downbursts [Prologue]
Plastikman - Ask Yourself (Dead Sound remix) [dub]
Intra:mental - Love Arp [Semantica Records]
Mothboy - Medusa feat. Sezrah Sylvan [Drawn Recordings]
Mothboy - Others [Drawn Recordings]
Drugstore - Razor [Offaudio]
Steve Bicknell - Track 5 [Cosmic Records]
Scanone - Angels [Syndetic Recordings]
Laserfire - Wires of Love (Encrypter remix) [dub]
Bruce Stallion - OK U Cunts [Off Me Nut Records]
Perforated Cerebal Party - Mystery Train [Russian-Techno.com]
Concrete DJz - Hadron Collider [Subsequent]
Pillpopper - Jewelry Box (Threnody remix) [Furioso]
BEATure - Follow the Line [Sens Inverse Label]
ECHO PARK - After Burner [All City Records]

Blackmass Plastics - Plasixsixsix
Blackmass Plastics - Bad Reflection
Blackmass Plastics - Step Up or Get…
Blackmass Plastics - Ouija Board
Blackmass Plastics - Arpexone
Blackmass Plastics - Biomega
Blackmass Plastics - Klonk Kreator
Blackmass Plastics - Visions of Plastic
Blackmass Plastics - OK Ozzy
Blackmass Plastics - Dial M.
Blackmass Plastics - D for Danger
Blackmass Plastics - Red and Black Rush
Blackmass Plastics - Known Space
Blackmass Plastics - Paranoid Agent
Blackmass Plastics - Selecta Infecta
Blackmass Plastics - Give Me Da Data
Blackmass Plastics - Scope Dog
Blackmass Plastics - T-Rex Powerdrill
Blackmass Plastics - Zargon
Blackmass Plastics - Nothing Nice
Blackmass Plastics - Get Destroyed
Blackmass Plastics - Get Bigga
Blackmass Plastics - Down Periscope
Blackmass Plastics - Get Jacked
Blackmass Plastics - Tek Tek v3
Blackmass Plastics - Ice and Slice
Blackmass Plastics - Future Past (original mix)
Blackmass Plastics - Trauma Centre
Blackmass Plastics - Blindsider
Blackmass Plastics - No Escape
Blackmass Plastics - Get Spooked

It’s 2011. A new year, and with it comes a new live timeslot. Mantis Radio will now be broadcasting on alternate Tuesdays from 20:00 GMT.

Up this week, and to blow apart those new speakers you got from Santa, we’ve Blackmass Plastics as our showcase guest.

I’ve been after Blackmass Plastics for some time, and there are few better ways to open a new year than with the almighty power that Blackmass Plastics unleashes with his production work. Synonymous with future thinking, heavy bass driven snarling machine funk, rampant with the spirit of fierce hardcore and early rave.

Blackmass Plastics takes his experiences of 80s electro, industrial and 90s raves into his laboratory spawning often tense, always hard edged and futuristic beasts. His sound is uniquely his, full of breakbeats, electro and 2step influence, multi-genre carnage. He is for want of a better term, pure darkfloor sound.

He’s had support from John Peel on BBC Radio One as well as on the BBC World Service and he continues to receive support from underground stations like Rinse FM, Pulse Radio and Resonance FM and of course our very own Mantis Radio.

His tracks have been in my record bag ever since I first heard him back in 2006 with his Four Aces EP on Rag & Bone Records. It’s taken nearly 4 years to get him on the show, and believe me, it’s worth the wait. He’s put together a unique and exclusive showcase mix for us, with some 31 of his unreleased tracks let loose.

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