Mantis Radio 104 + Chordata
In session Scottish electro dame Chordata and tracks from Radioactive Man, Mr 76ix, The Mover, Rory St John, Swarm Intelligence, David Meiser …
Somatic Responses – Phuture Phuckers [Hymen]
Paraphonic – Kamchatka (Christoph Schindling remix) [Loud and Clear Netlabel]
CIRClings – Liquid Light [Hidden Records]
CIRClings – Ears To The Sky [Hidden Records]
Synus0006 – Capricorn [Chi Recordings]
Planetary Assault Systems – X Speaks To X (Al Tourettes + Appleblim remix) [Ostgut Ton]
David Meiser – Dark Roots [Hard Benzel]
Energun – Immer in bewegung [Energun Records]
RFS – Laboratory [Noctambular Rec]
Smear – Waiting Area [Teskoba]
algo – macuahuitl [algorhythms-co-uk]
Derlich – Radioactivity (Voidloss Cutaneous radiation syndrome) [Singularity]
MicroControlUnit – Escape [Fundamental Bass Intelligence]
MicroControlUnit – Electro Enterprise [Fundamental Bass Intelligence]
Synus0006 – Only Drumz [Chi Recordings]
Swarm Intelligence – Locust [Stasis Records]
Radioactive Man – Bodycount [Wang Trax]
Mr 76ix – Lectric Landlady [SKAM]
The Mover – Program Your Fate [Tresor]
Rory St John – Mandelbulb [Teskoba]
Robert Lippok – Sugarcubes [Raster-Noton]
Hecrom – Sedna [Zimmer Records]
Chordata – Inner Strength
Chordata – Griffin [Militant Science]
Chordata – Clarky Cat
Chordata – Nocturnal Predator [Militant Science]
Chordata – Feline Domination [Militant Science]
Chordata – Samhain [Militant Science]
Chordata – The Fifth Dimension
Chordata – RESIST
Chordata – Astral Projection
Chordata – Innebriated Hobo Clown
Chordata – Elipse (Vocal Mix)
Chordata – When Nature Fights Back [Militant Science]
Chordata – Ostara [Militant Science]
Chordata – Kelpie [Napalm Enema Records]
There’s something in the water up in Glasgow. The Scottish city has a long history of pushing great electro upon the world, and this week we welcome the work of Chordata to illustrate just why she is another producer continuing in that tradition.
Chordata’s releases grace some electro’s finest pushing it imprints; Militant Science, Napalm Enema Records and later this year she joins the ranks of Tudor Beats with her new EP. The Scottish producer has been producing and experimenting with electro, techno and cutting edge electronic music for the past decade.
Based in Glasgow and having supported the likes of Soundex Phonetic and Michael Forshaw; Chordata’s original approach and high octane/tempo electro techno is rich with killer basslines and sweet playful melodies with the dancefloor kept firmly in her sights.
Heavily influenced by both classical music and sublimely dark electronica and techno from around the globe, Chordata captures a distinctive and unique resonance of discordant electro.
Her forthcoming Resist EP on Tudor Beats, will be, uniquely for the scene, available in 5.1 Dolby Surround Sound. For show 104 kick back and witness: Chordata.
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