Mantis Radio 277 + Robert Logan
In session this week we’ve the incredible sound of Robert Logan. Prior to his stunning session – tracks from Lighting Bolt, Shelley Parker, LFO, Moving Shadow, Fumiya Tanaka, Antipop Consortium, Darkfloor’s Savier, and to close, brand new Ital Tek.
Spit and Shine – Value [Diagonal]
Origin Unknown – Valley Of The Shadows [RAM Records]
Rob & Goldie – The Shadow (Grooverider remix) [Moving Shadow]
Malux ft. Teddy Killerz – Turbine [Bad Taste Recordings]
Savier – Bulk Bogan (Opine Kosinsky’s Kiwi Protein remix) [Darkfloor Sound]
Meredith Monk – Change [Tompkins Square]
Antipop Consortium – Bubblz [Warp Records]
Lighting Bolt – Assassins [Load Records]
Otoboke Beaver – Monmon Katto Saizensen ~Koi Ha Inochigake~ [Damnably]
Giant Swan – Architectural Hangover [Mannequin Records]
Shelley Parker – Studio 19 [Structure Recordings]
Fumiya Tanaka – Drive #8(1*2) [Tresor]
Primary Node – TimeRave Zero (Dead Sound remix) [Acroplane Recordings]
LFO – Mummy, I’ve Had an Accident… [Warp Records]
Robert Logan – Axon [Slowfoot Records] 2015
Grace Jones – Corporate Cannibal (Robert Logan remix) 2008
Robert Logan – ?????? [unreleased] 2008
Robert Logan – Sharks [Slowfoot Records] 2017
Robert Logan – Ultraflux [Slowfoot Records] 2009
Robert Logan – Vespine Domain [Slowfoot Records] 2015
Robert Logan – Out of the Womb, Into the Tribe [unreleased] 2015
Robert Logan – Throne [Slowfoot Records] 2016
Rauelsson – Hourglass I [Sonic Pieces]
Ital Tek – Become Real [Planet Mu]
My guest this week is London based Emmy nominated composer and producer Robert Logan. His film credits include Alex Gibney’s Oscar winning Taxi to the Dark Side, the Oscar nominated documentary Semper Fi: Always Faithful and Gibney’s Mea Maxima Culpa – Silence In The House of God.
something of a prodigy… a man that is already showing a maturity and a musical/textural understanding that many simply never find. – BBC
In 2007 Logan released to rave reviews his first solo album Cognessence at just 19. His 2016 album Flesh is a beautiful melding of organic instrumentation and experimental electronics. He’s created music with Brian Eno, Grace Jones, Ivor Guest, Morcheeba and two albums with Steve Roach. His music is rich in texture, exploration, method and musicality of the most curious kind.
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