Mantis Radio 145 + Stave

On Mantis Radio this week – the raw yet deft techno of Chicago’s Stave. With new music from Corax / Death Abyss, Exium, Mind Machines, Oscar Mulero, Echologist, Team Doyobi, Peter Van Hoesen and more.

Mantis Radio 145 + Stave
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DVNT
ENGRAM – What Am I? [Two Gods]
C|TY – Xwi7xwa [C|TY]
Jean Reiki – Diamond In The Rough (Reiki Tip Tap Toe Edit) [Jean Reiki]
Echologist – Deep Fried [Prologue]
Shengi – It’s A Nice Time [unreleased]
Burma – Euclid µ-tonal Patterns [Le Cabanon Records]
Visionist – M [RAMP]
Peter Gabriel – Lazarus Raised (Grabowsky Rework) [Grabowsky]
Dr Schmidt – Gravedancer (Tanith’s Gravewaver remix) [Maschinen Musik]
Funkineven – Beat Tunnel [Broadwalk Records]
Peter Van Hoesen – Challenger [Tresor]
Mind Machines – Mental [Propellant Music]
Dare+Haste – Dimensional Undercurrent [xetechno]
Corax – Corvus (Death Abyss remix) [Rodz Konez]
Exium – Raw Visions [Perc Trax]
Pris – Dust [Resin]
Synthek & Audiolouis – RYC [NATCH]
Oscar Mulero – Blackstar [HueHelix]
Spookhouse – Schwoop Dawg [dub]
Ronny Pries – Tracked Romance (Phat Chex remix) [Compulzion]
Team Doyobi – Znc-Fz [SKAM]

STAVE
Frank Rosaly, Owen Davis, Jordan Lewis, Cassoundra Sadelle and Christopher Vennel – Knots [Bruce Reiprich, Composer]
Unknown/Hate – Pretty Boys Don’t Survive Up North [Modern Love]
Pub – Cokeshandy [Ampoule]
Kareem – Tor [Zhark]
Male – House of Ride (Anthony Child re-process) [Other Electricities]
Demdike Stare – Misappropriation [Modern Love]
Dead Fader – Das Hamster [Robot Elephant Records]
Concrete Fence – Industrial Disease [PAN]
Talker – Demo 1 [unreleased]
Stave – Reform [FSS]
British Murder Boys – Dead Sun [Liberation Technologies]
Raidho – Circul [Rune]
Pub – Kamikazi [Ampoule]

IN SESSION
Based in Chicago, Stave is the solo project of Jonathan Krohn (he also collaborates in the group Talker who feature on that Downwards ’20 years of’ compilation).

His debut LP Reform and the forthcoming EP Trust blew me away and his exclusive session for Mantis Radio is something equally captivating.

there is such a great depth and texture to the tracks of Stave. They’re techno sure, but something that has been conceived – brewed if you like.

The pummelling textures of raw yet deft techno.


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Dec 11, 2013