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Part 1 of the Darkfloor 2011 review, ft Surgeon, Croms, Objekt, AAIMON, Dead Sound vs Videohead, Instra:mental, Kangding Ray, Radionasty, Hoth System, Lucy,
Slovenia’s Alavux lays down a mean machine-funk + electro live set for BRAWLcast.
Right, so we all know that what follows is going to be another 90 minutes of dark cerebral, masterfully mixed techno from Inigo Kennedy.
Grab a fresh LP from one of the UKs foremost electro producers: Kurt Baggaley aka Scape One as you’ll know him.
Glasgow’s shapeshifting, sometimes cat Chordata presents ‘Bringers of the Dawn’ for UK electro bass imprint Militant Science.
Dylan Richards’ King Cannibal has decided to share his hour long mega set: Cannibalism 2011 with his fans.
It is the season for gifts after all. For a limited time, until January 1st 2012 Posthuman‘s back catalogue is available to download for free or as pay-what-you-want
Graphite North’s Unseen Selectors serve another two volumes of their mix series.
Electro stalwart Carl A. Finlow (Silicon Scally aka Voice Stealer aka Random Factor) ups back catalogue to Bandcamp.
Nearly 1 hour and 20 minutes of upfront dubs from Gordon Sweeney, better known as Threnody, and his fam on his Music is Process mix.
Formerly known as Gunjack we welcome back to Mantis Radio Brian Gibbs and his West Coast hip-hop project Echo Park.
Swarm Intelligence drops another heavy bass glitchstep roller which you can download for free.
Arriving in my inbox over the weekend came news of a new release from one of our favourite electro producers: the wee djs.
Delving into the work of French rhythmic noise producer Edgeist, comes their 5 track ‘Landscapes’ EP.
Clodhoppa delivers the last show of 2011, indulging in some bass music of the last year, with his personal pick of classics thrown in.
The final album under the artist name Xela is out. Type Records owner John Twells (the man responsible) has decided to call it a day on his Xela project.
Baobinga, Sam Simpson to his mum, knows how to pick a deep dark rolling selection laying down many classics of the genre.
First Sunday of the month means it’s DVNT at the helm of bangwagon. Expect lots of dub, grime and drum and bass.
Yesterday afternoon Robin Rimbaud, better know as producer extraordinaire Scanner informed us of his new album ‘Voyager: Amongst Others’.
Bristol’s bass men Mad-Tek ready up a new three track EP for Digital Distortions.
Fabrics + From A Tree Records have launched a remix competition.
One of Ireland’s best, the superb Sunil Sharpe turns in a proper blast of a session for Mantis Radio, packing cuts from Drexciya, Surgeon, Cloaks, Perc, DMX Krew, and of course, Jeff Mills.
One of Manchester’s finest; techno producer Casual Violence lays out 70 minutes for Ab Intra.
It’s no secret that when it comes to netlabels of a techno persuasion, Audioexit are one of my favourite digital imprints.
I don’t often use the word epic as seriously as I’m about to; but Logical Disorder’s sound is epic, and, naturally he is an artist more people to need hear.
Netlabel Noxgenus new release, their 9th, falls into the camp of deep ambient and partial drone with 10 tracks from Dead TV Society,
The Darkfloor Stalker – a journey through haunted ambience, glitch-step, krunk, techno-breaks and post (apocalyptic) dubstep.
Clodhoppa is back hosting bangwagon, with the ‘Looking For The Exit’ album launch special.
Horror Brawl show us why it’s called the BRAWLcast for the 64th mix of the series…
Dekode’s fierce mix of electro breaks and bass mutations ‘Onward To The End’
Download Swarm Intelligence’s ‘Shorn’. Warning – it’s heavy like lead.
Darkfloor In Session 009, DVNT recorded live on ZRadio 14.05.2011
Surgeon ‘Another Exotic Journey through Space & Time, this one based on film soundtracks.’
Following on Rory St John’s devastatingly textured EP ‘Epoch’, Singularity Recordings offer up a new artist on their roster California’s GUISE.
Up this week a talented and versatile DJ in the shape of hanal. Known for his dexterous skill behind the decks and his label Remerge Records.
Despite supposedly retiring, Scottish electro bloke the wee djs is back with a new release, his ‘Drive’