Mantis Radio 262 + Speak Onion
NYC drum & noise producer Speak Onion provides the session this week. We’ve new Inigo Kennedy and Makaton, Chevel’s latest, recent Swarm Intelligence and more Blanck Mass, death metal from Sweden, Bristol bass, Brummie industrial and some 80s American hardcore.
memotone – Dark Under The Eyes [self released]
Blanck Mass – Please (Zola Jesus remix) [Sacred Bones Records]
SCNTST – Zuge [Boysnoize Records]
Godflesh – Parasite [Avalanche Recordings]
FRAK – Circulate [Kontra-Musik]
Spahn Ranch – Locusts [Cleopatra]
Rendered – STRONGER [Body Theory]
Stripper – Strike Team [SLEEVE]
Chevel – Data Recovery [Different Circles]
Inigo Kennedy – Breaking Point [Token]
Kassem Mosse – Paradizer [Ominira]
Swarm Intelligence – Against the Dying Light [Voitax]
Keepsakes – Pick ’em Till They Bleed (Ansome remix) [Haven]
Makaton – Zip Work [Rodz Konez]
Foetus – I Am Surrounded by Incompetence [Self Immolation]
Speak Onion – Dead [Immigrant Breast Nest] forthcoming
Speak Onion – Crossed and Folded [Ohm Resistance]
Speak Onion – The Bait [Horae Obscura]
p.Wrecks – Invitation (Speak Onion remix) [self released]
Speak Onion – Maggot Whine [Ohm Resistance]
Speak Onion – The Sun is in Syringes [Ohm Resistance]
Laughing Hands – Ledge [Extreme]
Pulp – This Is Hardcore [Island]
Minor Threat – Steppin’ Stone [Dischord]
Minor Threat – Screaming at a Wall [Dischord]
Entombed – Left Hand Path [Earache]
Laughing Hands – Three Stains On A Theme By Cesar Franck [Extreme]
Based out of Queens, NYC, providing the guest session this week we present Speak Onion – an outlet for the confrontational live electronics of Dan Abatemarco. Distortion drenched breakbeats colliding into deranged atmospherics.
You can find his material on US dark drum n bass champions Ohm Resistance and 2016’s primal and raw album Unanswered. Together with several EPs worth of material (and more coming very soon) on experimental & weird electronics netlabel Immigrant Breast Nest.
Blending chaotic harsh-noise textures with furious breakcore rhythms has become a goal, a calling card, and ultimately a mantra for Speak Onion.
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