Archives: combat recordings
Our 60th In Session comes c/o Monster X. Ahead of his new album out this week on Combat Recordings here’s a version of his set from this year’s Fuck Parade.
Combat Recordings’ warlord returns to our In Session. Recorded live at this year’s Glastonbury Festival we’ve two hours of Stormfield in the mix.
With their Stratosphere EP dropping this week Nonima + Stormfield have recorded for Darkfloor’s In Session series a special two hour mix.
Watch the dangerously hypnotic and arrestingly sharp video for Nonima & Stormfield’s ‘Point Clouds’ taken from the duo’s new EP ‘Stratosphere’
London’s Combat Recordings are readying up their next release – from label boss Stormfield and Section27’s IDM don Nonima.
DVNT’s April 2014 chart, ft. P God, Coefficient, Death Abyss, Matt TDK, Simulacra, Ingen + Boris Noiz, David Meiser, Ontal / Tomohiko Sagae, Ruins, Fetish*
This week in the 666: Stormfield – his six favourite dark electronics albums, influential tracks, and favourite places for sound.
DVNT’s 10 track pick for February 2013. ft. Si Begg (Gella), Inigo Kennedy, Stormfield (DeFeKt), Cassegrain, Yaporigami, Dave Clarke, Patscan, Rich Jones, Jerome Hill, Hyo and Bebop & Rocksteady
Darkfloor get into a short discussion with Ireland’s Colin Cloughley aka Anodyne as two heavyweight remix EPs drop.
A firm favourite around Darkfloor is the audio abuse known as London’s Blackmass Plastics.
Dekode turns in the first mix for Acroplane Recordings series. A full on, heads down assault of Darkfloor style sounds.
Dekode live on the Beat & Bones feat. Cloaks, Scorn, Aaron Spectre, King Cannibal, Stormfield, Orphx, 2562, Monolake, Ruskin, Sigha, Untold…
Stormfield recorded live at Plex
The mix was put together for Combat Recordings Riddim n Bruise show on SubFM and was aired early Jan 09. This mix is one of my favourites in a long while and was put together with the intention of justifying buying records that although i love rarely listen to or playout – at least i’m using them in a mix.”
Mantis presents / Stormfield – Anger Finds A Way
The debut Mantis Radio show. A three hours blast. Our first guest session comes from Combat Recordings boss Stormfield.