Mantis Radio 259 + Paul Blackford

by on March 22, 2018 in Broadcasts

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UK electro bass don Paul Blackford returns for a 3rd session, showcasing a wealth of new sound on a more mellow tip than previously. Prior to that, tracks from Actress, Mayhem, Nadine Shah, DJ Crystl, Keef Baker, Savier, D.A.F., Barks, Talker, In Slaughter Natives, and James Ruskin.

DVNT
Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft – Verschwende Deine Jugend [Virgin]
In Slaughter Natives – Invocation [Cold Meat Industry]
subduxtion – Dry [Alrealon Musique]
Divvorce – Roquentin’s Release [Fifth Wall Records]
Barks – Shameful [Rodz Konez]
Talker – Snub Nose [Standards & Practices]
Ruptur3 – 28064212 [AINE]
Actress – Xoul Dark Chamber [Werk Discs]
Savier – Animals In Boxes [Darkfloor Sound]
Keef Baker – Amenema [Hymen]
Mayhem – Chainsaw Gutsfuck [Posercorpse Music]
Nadine Shah – 2016 [1965 Records]
DJ Crystl – Warp Drive [Dee Jay Recordings]
Duran Duran Duran – Trauma Teens [Tripalium Records]
James Ruskin – Against Your Will [Tresor]

PAUL BLACKFORD
Paul Blackford – 4LB
Paul Blackford – Undercover
Paul Blackford – Light Years
Paul Blackford – Illusion
Paul Blackford – Blueberry Blunts
Paul Blackford – Baked Not Fried
Paul Blackford – Super Frühstück
Paul Blackford – Friendly Fyah
Paul Blackford – Original Concept
Paul Blackford – Midweek Kebab
Paul Blackford – Latitudes
Paul Blackford – Lotus Drive
Paul Blackford – Eternity
Paul Blackford – Horizons
Paul Blackford – The Bento Box Beat
Paul Blackford – Fort Neuro
Paul Blackford – Chrome Angel
Paul Blackford – Emma

IN SESSION

We welcome back Paul Blackford with his 3rd guest session. He first guested on our show back in late 2008. He would return 4 years later alongside Kronos Device, Stormfield, The Inventors Of Aircraft, Laica, Ursa and myself at our 100th live broadcast special in February 2012. He has released a slew of electro and bass focused cuts for years including DMX Krew’s Breakin’ Records, Body Control, Tudor Beats, Battery Park Studios, Napalm Enema, his own and excellent Militant Science and most recently Cosmetiq and Central Processing Unit. The latter of which released his album Light Years, last summer.

His session this week isn’t as high on the BPM as the releases he has made his name on, or his previous Mantis sessions, but it does continue to show his interest in the electro bass sphere.


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