Mantis Radio 055 + Datacrashrobot + Logical Disorder
Two sessions this week for Mantis Radio – Datacrashrobot AND Logical Disorder. It’s an electro and IDM showcase showdown.
Broken Note – Meltdown [Ad Noiseam]
Datashat vs Pink Floyd – Paintbox [datassette.net]
at/on – Beautiful Mind (dedicated to _tsl) [Complementary distribution]
Pangaea – 5-HTP [Hessle Audio]
Jemset – L23 [Dobox Recordings]
Rolando – Where Were You (Dub Mix) [Delsin]
Funk Gadget – Blah Blah (Si Begg remix) [Slidebar]
Hellfire Machine – Curveball Test 03 [dub]
A bespoke live performance exclusively for Mantis Radio consisting of:
Ableton Live, M-Audio Axiom25, Evolution X-Session, Propellerheads Reason, Native Instruments Reaktor + Absynth, digital sound processing, field recordings and data crashes.
Ebola – A.D.D. [Acroplane]
Keckflip – NHT001 [Dobox Recordings]
Keckflip – NHT004 [Dobox Recordings]
Ancient Methods – Second Method 3 [Ancient Methods]
Proof of Concept – It Was a Train (Lester Diamond remix) [Summer Rain White]
Smashback – Brick Shithouse [dub]
Dubfire – Roadkill (Mark Brook remix) [Toolroom Trax]
El-B – Amazon [Tempa]
Erratech – Aiko [dub]
The .H.A.V.O.K. Conspiracy vs Destroid – Bird of Prey (SR-71 Stealth Recon Mix) [dub]
F – Phantom [7even]
Logical Disorder – Darling, You’d Better Call The Mechanic [Nulogic]
Logical Disorder – Apparition [Xynthetic]
Logical Disorder – Claustrophobia [Breathe Compilations]
Logical Disorder – Mother [Xynthetic]
Logical Disorder – Cortex [Crazy Language]
Logical Disorder – Orwell [Breathe Compilations]
Logical Disorder – Corporation [Abstrakt Reflections]
IN SESSION #001
The electro/experimental project of one Sorin Paun; Datacrashrobot‘s story begins in early 2008, influenced by the classic electro sound, he started producing tracks which he describes as
following a journey into the cold, mechanical, information overloaded mind of robots. The beat is drowned in dark ambiance or broken and twisted, overloaded with effects and glitches creating a state of malfunction and collapse.
IN SESSION #002
Logical Disorder is the name of the therapy that Javier Barrero use to balance his sinusoidal sense of duty. He develops his sounds focusing on ambient and post industrialism, remembering as he puts it
pop phrases and sometimes epic funeral melodies.
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