07.07 / tonight on Mantis Radio – Huck Farper
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Huck Farper. His music is rammed with noise, industrial rhythm, drones – and howling skulls.
Sounds of the times, as humanity marches into darkness, so will our soundtrack. Governments are taking away rights faster than we acheived them. Privacy is an illusion. Tune in, turn on, drop out – destroy.
His latest work – Meester Death
Farper does his own thing when it comes to music production, playing my own his own rules. Beats, drones, and psychedelic mindscapes fuse with techno and tribal roots, doused in noise. Earlier this year Farper began recording as Bone Skippers, a joint project with Scottish based Kenny Campbell.
You can find material from Huck Farper on Rafarta Records and General Surgery. His joint project Bone Skippers has released lined up for General Surgery, Oyabun Trax, Monolith Records and a V/A tape release on AKS.
On our last Mantis Radio show, Pale Noir’s Mahr provided us with a shadow black journey into inspirations and current faves.