Mantis Radio 115 + Simplicity is Beauty
We welcome Simplicity is Beauty – the work of one Kent based Jason Courtney, to Mantis Radio. We play music from Ruskin & Broom, C Mantle, The Mover, Lorn, Dekode, Bok Bok and Phat Chex before that this week.
Wu-Tang Clan – Uzi (DVF remix) [unreleased]
He3dless – Straight [Mindtrick Records]
Dr Octagon – Aliens (Kalbata remix) [unreleased]
Ruxpin – Snegurochka [Anti-Social Network]
ESS – She vanished to the Hyperbelt [unreleased]
Phat Chex – Inner Heartbeat [unreleased]
Ruskin & Broom – D.O.D [Blueprint]
Positive Merge – Point Of Beginning [Energun]
Sigma Zigurat – Mechanic [Cicuta Netlabel]
Dekode – Black Cell [Anti-Social Network]
Adam Jay + DJ Shiva – Capsaicin [Sonic Convergence]
Oliver Kucera – Stand Your Ground [Cicuta Netlabel]
OGB – Frogs Sporn [Anti-Social Network]
Chrome & Schmidt – Eclipse [Maschinen Musik]
C Mantle – We Care Because They Don’t [Anti-Social Network]
puresthatred – mutant disco [Darkfloor]
Bok Bok – Silo Pass (Sir Spyro remix) [Night Slugs]
Ghostek – Navigate (Sclist Mix) [unreleased]
Lorn – Weigh Me Down [Ninja Tune]
Schmidt & Chrome – EBM (Blackmass Plastics remix) [Maschinen Musik]
The Mover – For No Ones Eyes [Tresor]
SIMPLICITY IS BEAUTY ‘cut up, fucked up’
Gil Melle/Metromedia Producers Corporation – Future Shock Intro
Kraftwerk – Showroom Dummies
Material – Don’t Lose Control
A Number Of Names/The Dirtbombs – Sharevari
DeFeKT – Sunseq
Analord – Boxing Day
Chromezone – Colonial Outpost
Simplicity Is Beauty – Telemachus (Djamel remix)
Adam Jay – Inward
Stakker – Eurotekno (track 9)
Metromedia Producers Corporation – Future Shock Interlude
Stakker – Eurotekno (track 20)
AnD – Stellar
Nitzer Ebb – Family Man
Noir Deco – Charged And Ready
Simplicity Is Beauty – Pressure
Joy Division – No Love Lost
Gil Melle/Metromedia Producers Corporation – Future Shock End
I was first introduced to Simplicity Is Beauty‘s work via Rolf Mulder’s The Public Stand and his label’s release of Operator’s Manual. Quite the introduction. Proper deep business on that opener, it should be knee deep in film imagery.
As I do with every guest on Mantis I asked Jason if he’d give us an insight of his music to this point. He kept things brief:
I’m just a music fan, trying to write some of his own.
Recent airplay and support from Dave Clarke, BBC 6 Music, Laurent Garnier, The Hacker, Arnaud Rebotini, The Public Stand and Darkfloor.
He did also provide an introduction to tonight’s mix, which as the following will express expect a diverse selection:
Welcome to ‘Cut Up, Fucked Up’; a selection of stuff I like, sliced, diced, punked and funked. Sometimes brutal, sometimes beautiful.
Warning, purists may not like everything they hear.
Personally, I’ve never given a fuck about genres, if I like it… I like it. Hope you do too. Cheers for listening.
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