Our 35th Darkfloor In Session is the Singularity Recordings boss Voidloss taking no prisoners for 90 minutes
Two hours of shadow dark ambience and noise from Bombardier + Mahr recorded for the CHVRCH XV BRXK3N 7ANGvAG3 mixtape series
Hear previews of two Sturqen releases forthcoming on Silvox Recordings and metaphysik.
Ursa’s debut solo EP Early Extremities drops on Ricochet Records, featuring remixes from Machine Gun Militia and Duskky.
Mantis Radio, show no. 150. In session, an exclusive mix from the mighty Objekt.
DVNT’s February chart, ft. Exium, Marcel Fengler / The Exaltics, Om Unit vs Lorn, Roebin de Freitas, VSK, Draag, Broken Note, Christian Löffler, Mulero …
Portuguese artist Aires drop their début EP for Enough Records – field recordings meet shoegaze
British doom drone, dark ambient, post-metal project Synsophony’s second release ‘Rabbit Hole’ is impressive noise.
Preview Imaginary Forces forthcoming EP – Corner Crew; due on Sleep Codes soon.
‘Hadès’, the fourth album from France’s Mondkopf dropped recently on In Paradisum. Full stream available.
Continuing his monthly snapshot drop mix, London’s grime light Slackk ups his session for Feb.
DVNT hosts Mantis Radio with an exclusive session from Dez Williams. Also new music from Radial, Blackmass Plastics, Coil / NIN, Ekman, Shackleton…
Unclean (Dead Baby In A Plastic Bag) recorded in full might at Berlin’s Tresor, October 2013.
Preview Yves De Mey’s EP Double Slit, forthcoming on Semantica Records.
Watch the Detroit legend that was Ron Murphy show you how vinyl records are actually made.
Alistair Read discusses the art of making a mixtape, something often overlooked in today’s never-ending deluge of online mixes.
Darkfloor affiliate Laica’s ‘Environs’ is re-versioned by six artists and musicians – Pat Hime, MrUnderwood, bkclx, Pokk, The Revenant Sea, and Isomorphic.
Laica takes a listen to the new Ex-Easter Island Head release Large Electric Ensemble through Low Point.
DVNT’s 10 track pick for January 2014. ft. Oake, Container, Mahr, Mark’s Archer + Broom, Ipman, Exium, Ontal, Dr Schmidt, Demdike Stare, Mulero, Fautzi
Spookhouse recorded us an hour of upfront electro breaks and bass for our 34th In Session; no stranger to Darkfloor, he guested on Mantis Radio back in 2011
Laica gives us the skinny on the Ghosting Season duo’s short but sweet soundtrack on This Is Forever.
on Mantis Radio tonight – Loose Link in session with an audio-hyper trip. Also, new music from Killawatt, Delusions, Container, Go Hiyama, Perc, Twwth
we chat six forgotten techno gems, artists to watch and 6 all time favourite albums with the Dutch producer, DJ and label owner.
Ukrainian label and noise specialists Kvitnu have upped previews of their forthcoming Pan Sonic live album.
Canadian duo Orphx recording with Berlin’s hard hitting Ancient Methods? You better believe it – this is Eschaton, forthcoming on Token.
Brian Gibbs’ Gunjack is back with a new two track EP on his own TechnoShock Therapy imprint.
The BMB (British Murder Boys) duo of Surgeon and Regis have a release and boxset coming soon.
Canadian duo Orphx drop a great mix for PoleGroup Radio featuring a cut from David Meiser’s Those Who Still Remain EP on Darkfloor Sound.
Hear Logical Disorder’s stunningly excellent electronica on this, his live PA for the Sedna Sessions broadcast on NYE 2013.
Croatia’s Narayana duo record for Vacu Sessions.
J Somatix, one half of prolific noisy electronics duo Somatic Responses, recorded us a deep ambient trip for headphones and quiet, reflective moments.
FutureMusicFM host a special extended NYE broadcast w. guest mixes and messages from the station including a Mantis Radio 2013 mix from DVNT.
Laica listens over abstract electronica artist connect_icut’s latest album – Crows & Kittiwakes Wheel & Come Again.
For our final Mantis Radio broadcast of 2013 we present an exclusive session from Noxgenus collective member – Li-Z.
The ever excellent DJ Food comes up trumps with this recent downbeat selection ‘A Little Night Music…’
The British bad boy DJ of bass Si Begg drops a free 7 track comp of ‘dregs’ for Xmas