Mantis Radio 084 + Lifecycle
Ed Devane – Squib (the person mix) [Takeover Recordings]
Bahir – Etrag [Chi Recordings]
Bengalfuel – Forest Ghost [Hibernate]
Gridlock – Chrometaphor [Hymen Records]
Dogboy – Tau [Fullfridge]
Substep Infrabass – The Satheist (PTR1 remix) [dub]
Lee J Malcolm – OneStar [EPM Music]
Lee J Malcolm – OneStar Applicant (James Ruskin rework) [EPM Music]
Octave One – Love and Hate (Cari Lekebusch remix) [430 West]
FSOL – Papua New Guinea (Fog’s Future Retro remix) [dub]
Dijj – X_64 [ASRX]
Phat Chex – Party People [dub]
Lolo aka Acidus – Slater [Audioexit]
Rabitza – Last News of the World (Sub remix) [Russian-Techno]
T.R.O. – Communication (Dr. Schmidt remix) [Maschinen Musik]
Dijj – Fin_droon [ASRX]
Jnr Hacksaw – Hoffman [Subatomik]
Darkmode – DYN [Elektroda Ziq]
The Hidden Persuader – System Saboteurs (Pip Williams THP remix) [thehiddenpersuader]
Lolo aka Acidus – Toferina [Audioexit]
Mobthrow – Street Breakz [Ad Noiseam]
Mobthrow – Iron Tribal [Ad Noiseam]
Lifecycle – Flam [Glack Audio]
Andrea Parker – Invasion [Touchin’ Bass]
Lifecycle – Euphorics 101 [Ricochet Records]
Habersham + AOE – Duneza Danza [Lobotomy]
John Tejada – Time Factory [Palette]
Ion Driver – Hang In There [Ricochet Records]
Re:Group – AntiChance (Jesse Somfay remix) [Detroit Underground]
Bownr – Water And Fire [Ricochet Records]
Audiovoid – Smear Your Mind [Addictech]
Sinthetix – Glass [Ohm Resistance]
Kawatin – Bended Park [Ricochet Records]
Photek – 124 [Science]
Lifecycle – Correcting Fluid (Ochre remix) [Ricochet Records]
Coming up this week we’ve a producer, DJ and label owner I’ve been hankering for a while to get on the show. Digging deep and wide with an awesome exclusive showcase session is the one known as Lifecycle.
Head of independent electro imprint Ricochet Records, Lifecycle has an ever growing reputation from his releases on Londonbreakz, Electrofly, Fluid and Looq for producing compelling records which are hard to categorise. Energy from last century’s rave scene is channelled into deep, dark, progressive electro.
Recent releases have been described by the press as ‘lavishly psychedelic‘, ‘invigoratingly intense‘, ‘on crack‘, ‘tensely unpredictable‘, ‘thinking man’s tear out‘ and ‘a growling, percussive carnival of a warehouse adventure‘.
A full live band is currently out on the road fleshing out new material with a sound that is equally hard to pin down, somewhere between progressive rock, tribal electro and jazz-tinged breakbeat, with a heavy emphasis on improvisation and interplay between each of the group.
Lifecycle has constructed a very special 3 deck mix for the show with new and exclusive bits from himself, Ion Driver and his latest signing to Ricochet: Bownr.
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