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Mantis Radio 80 – Pleq

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Pleq takes us into his beautiful world of drone, downtempo, glitch, and modern classical. With music from Flore, Coefficient, O/V/R, Regis, Addison Groove, Blackmass Plastics, Wiley, Mazzula, Luke Vibert’s Amen Andrew and more.

Kantyze – Mana [unreleased]
Kloudbreak – Sailboat [Drawn Recordings]
Lifecycle – On The High Seas (Kawatin remix) [Ricochet Records]
Forensics – Conveyor Belt VIP []
Flore – Overnighters (Albert’s Winter Depression) [Botchit]
Flore – Pum Pum Gal (Dodge Virus remix) [Botchit]
Jay Pace – Burbular [Bulletdodge Records]
Coefficient – Vacuum Instability [M_REC Ltd]
Spookhouse – Flummox (Rory St John remix) [Takeover Recordings]
Regis – Untitled 2 [Downwards]
Lifecycle – Chatter (Ion Driver remix) [Ricochet Records]
Addison Groove – Sexual [Swamp81]
O/V/R – Post-Traumatic Son (Marcel Dettman MDR version) [Blueprint]
Amen Andrews – Barrave [Rephlex]
Alie3ns3xtoy – Shut It Down [Militant Science]
Kelly Dean – Rat Race [Sub Pressure]
Blackmass Plastics – Normal Beat [Mutant Bass]
Wiley – Bow E3 (King Cannibal edit) [unreleased]
Amen Andrews – Screwface [Rephlex]
Spookhouse – Walnut Whipper [Takeover Recordings]
Scott Robinson – Underground Persistence [unreleased]
Mazzula – Broomstick [unreleased]
Vadz – Kevlar Bass [Russian-Techno]

Good Night (Hakobune remix)
Code Inconnu (w/ Nebulo)
Good Night (Go-qualia Lucid Dream in Non Sleep Mix)
Good Night (Segue remix)
Good Night (Marihiko Hara remix)
Natalia Noelia Siebua & Bartosz Dziadosz – Sætt
Good Night (hajimeinoue remix)
Raindrop (Spyweirdos remix)
Good Night (Lauki remix)
Lauki – Deconstrucción (Pleq remix)
The Ribbon (Nebulo remix)
Sound Of Rebirth (Tapage remix)

Featured Guest

Bartosz Dziadosz is a producer based in Warsaw, Poland. And has been gathering increasing attention as Pleq – an experimental musician combining elements of drone, downtempo, glitch IDM and modern classical. Creating his work by fusing together independently synthesized sounds. Often incorporating violin. And the unexpectedly melancholic sound of a piano, with an occasional female vocal.

Somewhere, something falls, something enters, rings there’s a hissing and pop, like a short circuit on high voltage lines.

Pleq’s sound is perhaps best described as melancholic glitch. He’s focused, prolific and from what I’ve heard of his back catalogue so far, damn consistent. For Mantis Radio today, he has recorded us a special exclusive session mix.

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