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Mantis Radio 249 – FALK

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Icelandic label FALK showcase their sound and that of friends from the local scene.

With tracks from Valance Drakes, David Holmes, Geistform, Ninos Du Brasil, Amon Tobin, Necro Deathmort, Rory St John, and David Meiser, in our first hour.

Valance Drakes – Skin Drenched in Shadows [The Irrational Media Society]
David Holmes – Gone feat. Sarah Cracknell (The Kruder & Dorfmeister Session) [Go! Discs]
Raptorhandz – Frankenzonk [Raptorhandz]
Amon Tobin – Chomp Samba [Ninja Tune]
Dolphin X – Smelling a Flower [Acre Recordings]
Steve Reich – The Four Sections (Andrea Parker remix) [Nonesuch]
Ninos Du Brasil – No Meio da Noite [Hospital Productions]
Derlich – No Time For Begging [Hidden Bones]
MK-VLTRA – #MOOD [Conundrum Records]
David Meiser – Insolent Radiance [Dark Vortex]
Ryuji Takeuchi – Issue 4 (Tomohiko Sagae remix) [Local Sound Network]
Rory St John – Respond To Call [Voitax]
Justin Ivey – Inside [Borrowed Language]
Geistform – Interval Signal [Femur Records]
Necro Deathmort – Meddle [Profound Lord Records]

Countess Malaise – Kvalin [Self-Released]
EVA808 – Empress [White Peach]
Lord Pusswhip – SVEIGÐ (AlphaMob remix) [FALK Records]
ASDA – The McDonald’s Prayer (Japan Blues Regrind) [No Corner]
ThizOne – Hack Saw [FALK Records]
Cold – Aerials [Æ Recordings]
Giant Swan – Earn [FuckPunk]
JónBjörn – Amsiak [FALK Records]
Mun Sing – Revenge [Infinite Machine]
Organ Grinder – Attention [BORG LTD]
Decanter – Thagomzer [FALK Records]
Jónbjörn – Holy B [FALK Records]
Decanter – RFE 2 [FALK Records]
Fascia – Turist [FALK Records]
Fascia – Nakd [FALK Records]

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Record label FALK began nearly a decade ago in Reykjavik, Iceland. Championing local talent – pushing noise and power electronics, lo-fi rock and DIY dub techno. They’ve thrown numerous events, bringing in talent like Shapednoise, Perc, Opal Tapes, Ectotherm, Container and most recently Spooky Bizzle.

For this mix we chose music mostly from our label and a few close friends from the Icelandic scene via Bristol. It was all done in one take, and as we’re not REAL DJs with hours of practice, we apologise for any sloppy mixing or blending. But we hope you enjoy this selection from our corner of the underground.

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