Mantis Radio 032 + System 2
Mantis Radio hosts a session from System 2: the DJ alias of Charlie McConville and a production collaboration project with James Field.
Kavinsky – Testarossa Night Drive [Record Makers]
Autechre – altibzz [Warp]
Barbarix – The Secret Garden [Planet Terror Records]
Lucas Ledesma – Niebla Sobre El Agua (Darksome Notes remix) [BumpFoot]
My My – Day for Night [Playhouse]
James Fox – Scissorfight [midnightminustwo]
Chaim – Moon [Bpitch Control]
Speedy J – Planetary Depatures (Speedy J Bootlegggg) [dubplate]
Dr. Schmidt – The Engines of God [Maschinen Musik]
Alavux – Currently Constructed [Toyfriend Music]
Alavux – War Lordz [Toyfriend Music]
Rec_Overflow – SUCIO SUR [Crazy Language]
Galaxian – Scuffle [Black Montanas]
Regolith – Interlude 3 [Myuzyk]
Dustbowl – Dark Passenger [Lot 49]
Tarantella – Karma (Fiord remix) [Whoop Records]
Chris Carter + Dopamine – Quite Posh (Cognoscenti Re-Rub) [In Stereo]
DJ Dan – Annihilated (Dopamine Peak Time remix) [In Stereo]
Nesono – Fictional Conga [unreleased]
Meat Katie+ Elite Force – Dark & Deep (Hyperion remix) [U&A Recordings]
Pro7 – What Did You Say (Introspective Mix) [Erase Records]
Wiesel + Captain Koma – Get Pushed (Introspective Mix) [Ruff Dog]
System 2 – Samadhi (Steve Maccabe remix) [R3tox Recordings]
Kraymon – Who Want’s Some (Elite Force remix) [En:vision Recordings]
System 2 – Samadhi [R3tox Recordings]
Regolith – Drone AD [Myuzyk]
System 2 is the DJ alias of Charlie McConville and a production collaboration project with James Field. Their sound fuses elements of breaks, electro and tech funk. This Mantis Radio mix showcases the System 2 DJ sound incorporating a range of influences from deeper 4/4 styles to electro influenced house to techy breaks.
The mix includes tracks from the 1st System 2 digital EP which is due for release in March on R3tox Digital Recordings. The System 2 sound can currently be heard at the Quandry nights in Windsor and the Delirious parties at the White House in Clapham as well as various warehouse raves around East London.
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