Mantis Radio 158 + Monolog
On Mantis Radio this week – a liveset from Ad Noiseam’s Monolog, recorded at last year’s Burn The Machine festival in Berlin. We’ve new music from Answer Code Request, Diamond Version, Flowdan, Bass Clef remixing Ricardo Tobar, CTRLS and Laica.
The Fall – Fibre Book Troll [Monkeytown]
Dave Saved – No Lights [Gang of Ducks]
Mohammad – Marik [Antifrost]
Laraaji – Cave (Bee Mask version) [All Saints Records]
Answer Code Request – By The Bay [Ostgut Ton]
Laica – ID Situation [Pathic Musk]
Bosphore – Red Alert [Energun]
Cosmin TRG – Repetitiv [Fizic]
Answer Code Request – Zenith [Ostgut Ton]
Furfriend – Endless September (Vapauteen Interlocking Mix) [Perc Trax]
Ricardo Tobar – Garden (Bass Clef remix) [desire]
Command Strange + Artificial Intelligence – Dismiss Feat Jamakabi [V Recordings]
L-Side and Andrezz – Turbulence [V Recordings]
Digital Velvet – Steady (feat Kendall Washington) [Acroplane]
Masculine | Feminine – a2m [Generic Herod Digital]
Diamond Version – Connecting People [Mute]
Fabrizio Lapiana – Robirds [Attic Music]
CTRLS – Charge [Token]
Throbbing Gristle – Six Six Sixties (Li-Z remix) [Noxgenus]
NX1 – PR3 [Planete Rouge]
Spooky – Unchained Slaves [boxed]
Music For Your Plants – Paramilitary (Arkitect remix) [dub]
Sudanim – Sideman [Madam X]
Flowdan – People Power [Hyperdub]
Zoltan – Pardon, What (Msc) [Hum + Buzz]
live at Burn the Machine, November 1st 2013
Based in Berlin but hailing from Denmark, Monolog’s Mads Lindgren is a formidable producer and live act. His sound – one of fierce bass, drum and noise. From 140bpm dubstep beats to faster and more intense electronic sonic warfare, the music of Monolog has many fans. With several albums and EPs behind him including last year’s excellent 2 Dots Left on Ad Noiseam and his 2012 live performance EP Live Cuts on Acre Recordings, Lindgren brings over a decade worth of calculated sound precision to his performances.
His session for Mantis Radio was recorded at last year’s Burn the Machine festival in Berlin. Previously unheard other than by those who were there, is this considered one of his best performances to date. I’m very proud to be able to share it with you.
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