The dark of the jungle. ‘Orange Dawn’ is a techstep classics mix from Pearsall. Ursamal takes a listen.
Regis and Silent Servant join creative forces with Ruskin to form new “music and art endeavour” label Jealous God.
Ingen drops a beast of a mix with STFAAKUP.
Dark IDM textures for all on el_wraith’s mix ft. Autechre, Scorn, Pan Sonic, Matmos, Oberman Knocks, Gescom…
Turning in his 3rd mix for the long running techno series – 1 hour 40 minutes of Darkfloor from DVNT.
Uschi-No-Michi looks into why some artists “sell out” and the impact that can have on the fans and music.
Recorded in 2008, DVNT’s second ‘Downbeaten Exploratory Interests’ mixtape. A droned, downbeat trip.
Recorded in 2007, DVNT’s first ‘Downbeaten Exploratory Interests’ mixtape. A downbeat, downtempo chilled trip.
Ali Berger reviews the latest from London’s Plant43; his ‘Frozen Monarch’ EP on Dutch label Frustrated Funk.
A mammoth 26+ tracks in 15minutes for FSOL board’s Terminal Radio meta mix series.
Recorded at Concrete, Paris – this is L.I.E.S. Records boss Ron Morelli laying down over 3.5 hours of lucid techno.
the Butterz crew member Royal-T educates with this ‘Eski’ themed mix first broadcast on Rinse FM 31/03/2013
The Subsist Records boss man mixes up 90 minutes of techno, drone, IDM and electro with this recent set at Killing Time / Izdeliye.
the unknown black_ops serves up another superb selection of dark ambiance.
Bracket’s ‘Jungle Owes the Winstons Money’ is one of the best jungle mixes I’ve been fortunate enough to hear.
London based artist Voidloss and Singularity Recordings label owner delivers each and every.
A month ago I shared what has turned out to be a popular mix from Belfast’s techno botherer Hoth System. He’s gone and recorded another hour.
Forty minutes of live PA action from Steve Conner under his Adapta alias? I think so. Yes.
In October we presented a serious electro session from Ekman on Mantis Radio. If you enjoyed that, you’ll enjoy his selection for Italy’s electronique.it.
The Baron, Dave Clarke, mixes up 76 minutes of fresh cuts for fabric’s podcast series ahead of his NYE set.
A new mix from DVNT: an hr of dark, dread technoid rhythm ft. both new faves & loved older beasts
The impressively hard and dark techno of Ancient Methods; a 3 hour session at Zagreb, November 3rd, 2012
Belfast’s Hoth System takes us back to the 90s for an hour of techno.
This is the final recording from Void Tactical Media’s Split HorizonEuropean tour.
Here’s something for the history books, a live and probably quite rare PA circa ’92 of A Sides, Cool Hand Flex & Uncle 22 flexing their machines.
“Terminal Radio is a transmission broadcast offshoot of Terminal Window, a music project from FSOLBoard, a community of Future Sound of London fans on the internet.”
Dr Schmidt’s Maschinen Musik retrospective feature mix for Bass Agenda.
Brutal, beautiful and at times breathtaking; the music of oyaarss is all these things.
Fancy 70 minutes of sharp, glitch tweaked heads down electro business? Thought you might. Transistor Physics from Dr Skunkenstein delivers on that count.
Back in September the 31st Vacu Sessions was published. At the helm, the Parisian c_c.
Here’s Dutch producer Samuel van Dijk recent live PA at Dublin’s Twisted Pepper back in mid September.
A mix describing itself as ritual industrial is always going to grab my attention. Yours too I’ll wager.
Back in April we posted up the Wintertechno mix by Baeks; formerly half of the industrial dark, pitch black with sledgehammer techno power duo Ancient Methods. This is the follow-up.
The night before Dimentia (alongside label boss Split Horizon) tore Darkfloor Live apart he gave his machines a workout on North London’s ILL FM. This is that recording.
A frankly mammoth, classic rammed 2 hr DJ session from Surgeon back from 2003, live at Werk.
Sturqen records a 38 minute deep, excursion into pure electronics for the Acousmatics/Mathematics podcast mix series.
Local duo Ontal step up to close the HappyNovisad Stage at this years EXIT festival.
A rare and recent recording from TR-101 aka DJ Pete (Substance) and Sleeparchive.
DVNT, the man behind Darkfloor and Mantis Radio serves up over an hour of bass rich electronics for the mind and floor.
The one they call Surgeon doesn’t do studio mixes very often so when they come along they should be cherised; or rinsed out of the nearest hifi you can find
Taking things into a deeper technoid headspace is where this ‘hidden faces‘ mix from Rookas ventures.
A new mix from Blackmass Plastics is always going to turn a few heads, and this, his latest, is no different.
One hundred and fourteen minutes of dark, intense, heavy electronics for the head and dance-pit from Subkoks.
Wilki’s mix ‘Still Waters Run Deep’ is beautifully programmed with a deep flow to proceedings… one them “journey”‘ things you hear people go glossy eyed over…
Scottish electro producer Galaxian, recorded live at Acroplane Belfast
Here’s 90 minutes of France’s Black Smith Craft, launching the Manifest mix series
Audioexit’s label head Doryk drops a fantastic selection on his mix ‘The Pilgrims Never Use Drugs’
The Unseen Selectors drop a mix focusing exclusively on Adam X’s Traversable Wormhole alias.
Dez Williams, live at Cafe Central 11.05.2012 – one of those reliable producers of dancefloor electro, giving his own slant on the underground genre.
BRAWLcast 71 comes to us courtesy of Edinburgh’s Ingen.
The London producer Ben Gibson serves up an hour of cold, desolate techno with an edge of industrial glimmer.
Dublin producer and DJ P-Hocto is a man you’re going to be hearing more from in 2012. Fresh blood with fresh ideas.
Techno blog and home to the Unseen Selectors Graphite North drop a bomb, in the shape of a new mix from Forward Strategy Group’s Patrick Walker.
Logical Disorder lays down 48 minutes of inspirational sound for Spanish mix series Concepto Radio
Derlich’s superb Quantum Chemistry II mix, ft. Biosphere, Cut Hands, Blind Summit, Mika Vainio, his Ø alias, Pan Sonic, Senking, Robert Henke, Vromb…
Being (formerly) half of the mighty Ancient Methods, Baeks is a man who knows his techno.
‘Big Bad Head Part II’ by The Panacea
Bufo’s ‘You’re What You’re I & II’ mix – ft. Surgeon, Ruskin, Addison Groove, Carl Craig, Robert Hood, NIL, Modeselektor, Sims, Nitzer Ebb, Death Abyss…
Jerome Hill, live at Suicide Circus, Berlin, March 23rd 2012.
For the 70th mix of the BRAWLcast series Bushby smashes together this two hour mix of dubstep and bass heavy breaks.
Ireland’s Tony McMurray, better known around Darkfloor Towers as Hoth System has unleashed a new mix.
One artist we’ve been keeping tabs on since, and well, even before his Mantis Radio showcase session appearance last summer has been the Stuttgart based producer Scott Robinson.
Posthuman’s ‘Jupiter Acid’ mix
Dublin native, London based producer and DJ P-Hocto drops a superb 76 minutes of gritty industrially textured techno.
Darkfloor favourites Dead Baby In A Plastic Bag share parts 2 & 3 to their ‘Clouds of Sorrow and Confidence’ mix series.
The name Mike Shiflet might not be that familiar to you but he’s an artist signed to the avant-garde and experimental label type.
Last week I wrote a heads up about the new Imaginary Forces LP from Anthoney J Hart & Balázs Pándi ‘Uppstigande’, this is its ‘Ascension’.
Put together by the DJ and producer Jerome Hill, New Beats the House is the first part of his Belgian Odyssey mix series.
Mixed and programmed for UK electro bass specialists Militant Science – this is DVNT attacking their back catalogue
Placid’s ‘The Art of Acid’ mix, ft. Plastikman, Omar S, Humanoid, Elec Pt1, Jared Wilson, State 808, TinMan, A Guy called Gerald, Lory D, UR…
A sixty minutes megamix of 80s/90s industrial from a label at the forefront of the sound – Wax Trax!
It’s been ages since we posted up a mix focusing on the ambient and more drone based space. Here’s a recent one from a Budapest based Hungarian oiseaux
Slovenia’s Alavux lays down a mean machine-funk + electro live set for BRAWLcast.
Right, so we all know that what follows is going to be another 90 minutes of dark cerebral, masterfully mixed techno from Inigo Kennedy.
Dylan Richards’ King Cannibal has decided to share his hour long mega set: Cannibalism 2011 with his fans.
Graphite North’s Unseen Selectors serve another two volumes of their mix series.
Nearly 1 hour and 20 minutes of upfront dubs from Gordon Sweeney, better known as Threnody, and his fam on his Music is Process mix.
Baobinga, Sam Simpson to his mum, knows how to pick a deep dark rolling selection laying down many classics of the genre.
One of Manchester’s finest; techno producer Casual Violence lays out 70 minutes for Ab Intra.
I don’t often use the word epic as seriously as I’m about to; but Logical Disorder’s sound is epic, and, naturally he is an artist more people to need hear.