Mantis Radio 186 + Forest People

Mantis Radio 186 + Forest People
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DVNT
Marie Davidson – Excès de vitesse [Holodeck Records]
Not Waving – Ability To Gain Access (Pye Corner Audio remix) [Emotional Response]
Prurient – Raped By The Dragon (Granite Columns) [Zaetraom]
Aggborough – Modal [OTB Records]
AtomTM – Riding the Void [Raster Noton]
214 – Merc [214]
Laiva – T#14 (Qindek Re-Route) [Wavereform]
Apart – Paradox [Soniculture Unlimited]
Coeter One – 145 [Nulabel LTD]
Szeb – Dynamic Structure [Subsist]
Bedlam – Betushnye [Bare Hands]
Matt TDK – halfstep [unreleased]
Deapmash – Hold [Soul Notes]
Datacrashrobot – Re-Sequencing Data [Bass Agenda]
Bone Skippers – W_B [unreleased]
Dexterous Numerics – Soulcube [Dexterous Numerics]
Savagen – This Is My Bollocking Face [unreleased]
Joby – Bridge (Gyu Break Mix) [Meta]
30drop – Spacecraft [Detroit Underground]

FOREST PEOPLE
Forest People – Merciful God 002 [Green Fetish]
Forest People – Mammon [Labrynth]
Miclodiet – Little Boy (Forest People Replant) [Genesa]
Forest People + Scalameriya – War [Planet Rhythm]
Forest People – Observe [Eternal Drive]
Forest People – Obscure A [Credo]
Forest People – Magister Templi [Resopal Schallware]
Forest People – Horus [Frakture Audio]
Forest People – Merciful God 001 [Green Fetish]

#186
Bosnia’s Forest People provides this weeks session for Mantis Radio. And, we’ve fresh music from Prurient, Deapmash, Savagen, AtomTM, 214, Bone Skippers and Dexterous Numerics.

IN SESSION
DJ/producer Forest People (Dragan Lakic) hails from Bosnia and Herzegovina and is one of the figureheads of techno in his country. He has, in the last few years become quite the prolific producer; releasing material through Planet Rhythm, Driving Forces, Tic Tac Toe, Credo and plenty more. Including, crucially, our own fledgling imprint – Darkfloor Sound, where in April he, together with Serbian based Lag, let loose The Anvil.

Producing music is my passion and playing my tunes to the people is most beautiful expression

His tracks get regular support from many of the scenes big names, including Dave Clarke, Adam Beyer, Laurent Garnier and Alex Bau. Lakic has presented his vision of techno at many of Europe’s tombs of techno including Berlin’s Tresor and Kantine Am Berghain, Lisbon’s Mamma Club, Bordeaux’s Respublica, Amsterdam’s Panama and Paris’ Le Pigallion.

His session for Mantis Radio is full of tough, deep, rolling tech.


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