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Mantis Radio 215 – Dust

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Tonight a session of favourites from Brooklyn based producer Dust. Elsewhere, we’ve new music from Future Sound of London, Bombardier, Tr One, Charles Fenckler, Savier, Fluxion and more.

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Future Sound of London – Symphony for Halia [fsoldigital.com]
Muqata’a – ILam-Lim [Acre Recordings]
Weightausend – Meet Your Doom (Christoph de Babalon mix) [Haunter Records]
Bombardier – Hidden Razor [Division 13]
Strahinja Arbutina – Croatian Households [unreleased]
Fluxion – Contact [Subwax]
Alexey Volkov – Cold Blooded Genius [LINDA]
Not Waving – Redacted 2 [Ecstatic]
Tr One – DX Is Dead [Lunar Disko]
Charles Fenckler – Estrange [Soma Records]
Burial vs Basic Channel – Arch Trak [Remerge Records]
Vlaysin – Perky Rhythm [VOITAX]
Oleka – Thegosis [unreleased]
Power Pill – Pac-Man [Ghost Mix] [Ffrreedom]
Savier – Mrs Warboys [unreleased]

DUST
Dernière Volonté – Mères De Nos Souffrance
Tropic Of Cancer – The Dull Age
The Devil & The Universe – Stygian
L’Enfant De La Forêt – Feelings Of Hate And Envy
Dernière Volonté – Nos Chairs
L’Enfant De La Forêt – The Sea Of Trees
The Devil & The Universe – Calling Of The Shades
Dernière Volonté – A. Speer
Tropic Of Cancer – Stop Suffering
Publicist UK – Canary

DVNT
Rawtekk – They Come For Us (Suspense) Reloaded [MethLab]
Disaprove – Two Faced [Eatbrain]
Alix Perez – Hack & Slash [1985 Music]
Instra:mental – Scene 3 [Exit Records]
NickBee & Syze – We Fight [Eatbrain]
Freed From The Lair – Wait [Tech Itch Recordings]

Featured Guest

Dust began in 2014 as a way of exorcising negative thoughts and emotions. It draws on the apocalyptic style of Current 93, Vatican Shadow’s cryptic politics, the cinematic aspects of latter-day NON, and H.P. Lovecraft’s and Thomas Ligotti dark mythologies.

Check out their work on their imprint Locust Factory.

“I create soundscapes which rely on repetition, texture, and atmosphere rather than traditional progression in order to imbue the listener with feelings of loss, longing, fear, and transcendence.”

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