Mantis Radio 293 + Dr Schmidt

by on August 02, 2019 in Broadcasts

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Returning to helm the session for a second time we welcome back Maschinen Musik’s Dr Schmidt. Hear music by Cause4Concern, Luke Lund, Crystal Cage, Giant Swan, Cari Lekebusch, ERP, PRSPCT, Peter Van Hoesen, HANDS, Tri Angle, Mickey Nox, and Zeta Reticula.

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Inward, Hanzo & Randie – Smoking Mirror [Cause4Concern]
Crystal Cage / death of codes – Into The Dark [self-released]
Luke Lund – AUTS version [Totes Format]
Aaron Spectre – Three O’Clock Rock [Jahmoni Music]
Gotsu-Totsu-Kotsu – Insane Battlefield [B.T.H.]
Giant Swan – Dare [Contort Yourself]
Mickey Nox – T.B.C.W.M.A.G [Green Fetish Records]
Cari Lekebusch – Kappale [H-Productions]
ERP – Lodestone [Semantica Records]
Below Surface & Tension – To the Core [Be Sure]
Tim Tama – Dream Syntax [PRSPCT SSSPCR]
Zeta Reticula – Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons [Mechatronic]
Peter Van Hoesen – Dead Man’s Catch [Center 91]
MDD – Submission feat AADJA [HANDS]

Tommy Four Seven – Radius
Cari Lekebusch & Benjamin Mull – Sagacity
Phase Fatale – Empty Whip
Tommy Four Seven – Neuromorph
Ramon Tapia – Deepa
Cari Lekebusch – Gurgle
Johannes Heil – Exile12 A1
Cari Lekebusch – Rakas
Cari Lekebusch – Griefer
Johannes Heil – Exile 12 B1
Tommy Four Seven – 2084
Chris Liebing & Speedy J – Cream3
Shlomo – Lali (Tommy Four Seven remix)

Rabit – Flesh Covers the Bone [Tri Angle]


Stepping up to the session plate this week we welcome back DJ, producer and label head Dr Schmidt.

He featured on the 8th show, way, way back in December 2007. Delivering a great showcase mix of the techno breaks and electro his label continues to push some 12 years on here in 2019. Back then was a time when radio recordings were raw, the microphone was muffled, the show was monthly and the broadcast was three hours long. This time around Schmidt goes for a heady techno rollout.

Back in February his label dropped the two track single Apparition. The dark rolling synth electro beats of Apparition is backed up by Forge and its steppy uplifting vibes.

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