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For our 2nd Mantis Radio of 2012 we head to Bristol to get a lesson in dubfunk from Broken Bubble’s Duskky (now known as Seppa).

Vatican Shadow – Schwarzkopf Arc Of Triumph [Hospital Productions]
Raime – You Will Lift Your Frame Clear [Blackest Ever Black]
Inigo Kennedy – Cautum [Asymmetric]
Merino + Rat – Metamorfosis [Monofonicos]
Raidho – Circul [RUNE]
ONTAL – TAPHONOMY [unreleased]
Havery McKay – Body to Body [Soma Records]
Inigo Kennedy – Squirkle [Asymmetric]
Deh-Noizer + Run DMC – It’s Like That [unreleased]
Mr76ix – 1ne [SKAM]
Jon Convex – Your Mind (or Mine) [NAKEDLUNCH]
Radioactive Man – Flying Fuck [Wang Trax]
Phat Chex – Skin Pop [unreleased]
Jon E Alpha – Behind The Door [Western Panorama Recordings]
Ourobonic Plague – Connection Failed [Twice Removed Records]
Patscan – Boxydroplyn [Acroplane]
FSOL – Calcium (Kraymon remix) [unreleased]

Minor Science – Ngwane [unreleased]
wAgAwAgA – Dij Bakery [unreleased]
Hurtdeer – Antilove [Broken Bubble]
Hurtdeer – Lick (Duskky remix) [unreleased]
Splines – Step Up [unreleased]
Duskky – Crab Variation (Splines remix) [Broken Bubble]
Quarry – Quadplex (Duskky remix) [Stylss]
Gravious – Torus (Duskky remix) [Broken Bubble]
Duskky + Macka – No Lies [unreleased]
Minor Science – Words [unreleased]
Duskky – Tension [unreleased]
Duskky – Chronotherapy [Broken Bubble]


Bristol’s Duskky (one Sandy Finlayson) turns in an exclusive session mix for Mantis Radio 099. We put a few questions to Duskky late last week for our first interview at Darkfloor (expect more soon).

He had this to say about tonight’s mix:
Well it’s going to be a mixture of speeds and style, mostly from members of Mothers Against Noise and Broken Bubble (the netlabel run by Cogidubnus that’s released a few of my more recent EPs).

Plenty of unreleased stuff generally giving a flavour of what I play on soundsystems plus some more weirdy beardy numbers that I can’t normally get away with! Expect wonky textures and plenty of bass.

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