Archives: Mad-Tek

July 07, 2015

Gyu & Joby (Mad-Tek) present new label META

Former Bristol duo Mad-Tek have a new label project coming up – META. Hear previews of their first release.

January 07, 2012

The Darkfloor 2011 review, part 2.

Part 2 of the Darkfloor 2011 review, ft. Emptyset, Death Abyss, Death Grips, Sturqen, Mad-Tek, Perc, Roly Porter, The Fear Ratio, Rory St John, anodyne

December 01, 2011

Mad-Tek – Midnight Oil / Digital Distortions

Bristol’s bass men Mad-Tek ready up a new three track EP for Digital Distortions.

May 12, 2011

Gyu – Submerge EP

Mad-Tek’s Gyu has a new EP out on his own Coral Recordings. We took a listen and offer a review of ‘Submerge’

April 08, 2011

Joby – One For The Road / BRAWLcast

Mad-Tek’s Joby records a session for the BRAWLcast

December 22, 2010

Teutonic Kaboom, live at Atomic Jam 15th Birthday

Teutonic Kaboom, live at Atomic Jam 15th Birthday

September 03, 2010

Mad-Tek – The Dark Age Remixed / Digital Distortions

Darkfloor favourites Mad-Tek get the remix treatment from Molez, Rory St John, Ion Driver, Full Spektrum, Mazzula and Teutonic Kaboom

January 20, 2010

Horror Brawl – Gunz In Da Home

Horror Brawl are becoming quite the regulars on darkfloor. This mix was part of the B-Side show on, 26 October 2009.

October 09, 2009

Gyu – Dubstep Mix 04.09

Totally missed this when Gyu put this up last month. But making up for it now. Gyu , one half of the superb electro breaks, dubglitch, electronica (they are a bit unique with their pounding driving broken yet techno sound) group Mad-Tek brings up a dubstep selection, recorded back in September 2009.

February 28, 2009

Mantis presents / Mad-Tek – 7 7 Mix

For the 4th Mantis presents we’ve dug into the archives of the Mad-Tek boys

May 03, 2008

Mantis Radio 016 + Anniversary Special #1

Can you believe Mantis Radio is one year old. We take a look back over the last year and run down the 3 most popular sessions from the last 12 months.

November 17, 2007

Mantis Radio 007 + Mad-Tek

Bristol based Dissident crew Mad-Tek (Gyu & Globe Rotter) turn in a delicious electro breaks tech session for Mantis Radio.