Grinderman – Worm Tamer [Mute Records]
kARHu – Ouverture [laridae]
Anodyne Industries – Body Weapon [IDMf]
Ben Klock – Napoleon Hill [Ostgut]
Coefficient – Cepheid [theDrome]
Matthew Dear – Little People / Black City (Mark E dub version) [Ghostly]
James Ruskin – Hostage [Blueprint]
Ambivalent – Train to Baltimore (Paco Osuna remix) [Minus]
Surgeon – The Crawling Frog is Torn and Smiles [Dynamic Tension]
Ambivalent – Down (instrumental) [Minus]
Actress – Maze [Honest Jon's Records]
Pariah – The Slump [R+S]
Dipole + Pole [Sonic Groove]
Cristian Vogel – Bug 3 [Mosquito]
Decimal – Melody Attack (Sandwell Collective mix) [Soma]
Sclist – Mirrored (Gyu remix) [Urban Scrumping]
214 – The Spores Are Coming [dub]
the wee djs – No Sleep [thismachineisbroken]
James Ruskin – Sabre [Blueprint]
Mazzula – Partisan [dub]
Forward Strategy Group – Code#01 (Donor + Tuss remix) [Perc Trax]
Scott Robinson – Strict Sympathy [dub]
Phaeleh – Low (Sclist mix) [dub]
Sclist – Untitled [dub]
Sclist – Fina [Urban Scrumping]
A Made Up Sound – Closer [A Made Up Sound]
June Miller – Time [dub]
Sclist – Untitled070 [dub]
Sclist – Idle [Frijsfo Beats]
Kraymon – Slick Tricks (Wascal mix) [Louse Records]
Sclist – Cyanide [Urban Scrumping]
Sclist – DubX [Urban Scrumping]
Wascal – The Lesson (Sclist mix) [dub]
Kuoyàh – Angels Dub (Geiomix) [Frijsfo Beats]
June Miller – Brussel North (Wascal remix) [54Music]
Si Begg – I do not dream (Scuba mix) [dub]
Sclist – Safari! [dub]
TKR – Skyrider [Nexgen Records]
JRDI – Paradise (Sclist mix) [dub]
Wascal – Technique [dub]
Asusu – Taurean [Project Squared]
Reixtra – Khamsin (Sclist VIP remix) [dub]
Wascal – Glisten Up [Wascal Dubs]
Reixtra – Khamsin (Sclist remix) [dub]
Lewis Hunter – Cut from the Wreckage (sclistmix) [Frijsfo Beats]
Sclist – Wrongside [dub]
BOOM! The 69th show is incoming, this Sunday we’re broadcasting another 2 hours of quality sound abuse. In the showcase slot this week, is the Bristol bass specialist: Sclist.
I’ve been trying to get Sclist on the show for a long time. I first heard his music in late 2008/early 2009 and his latest work (reviewed here) just continues to cement his production ability in my ears.
After moving from Germany to Bristol back in 2002, Sclist got literally sucked into the Bristol music scene and soon started DJ’ing (something he had wanted to do since his early teens).
It all began at ‘Aurally Funked‘, a club night at Bristol’s Timbuk2, where he was playing mainly breaks and house. He would later co-promote a night called ‘Launch’, primarily aimed to showcase local producers. It was here that he met Phaeleh label owner of Urban Scrumping and a fan of Sclist‘s production dexterity.
Drawing his inspiration from techno-influenced dubstep and dark, glitchy electro breaks, for him it’s all about glitchy percussion and warped bass – chilled or rather filthy.
His recent tunes go anywhere between mellow 2-step to dark breakstep, and his productions are always guaranteed to detonate any dancefloor.
Presently, Sclist is resident at Byte, a monthly, Bristol-based club night, still playing anything from chunky plod to techno and breaks.
Mantis Archives iTUNES Podcast