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Saturday, 29 December 2018

Bricolage : Podcast Round Up For 2018

2018 was another eclectic year on the mix front. We've been privileged to both receive and share some outstanding musical journeys from a range of revered selectors and artists.

Loui Cleghorn (NYE Live Set)

We started off the year with an exclusive set from Loui Cleghorn. Recorded live at the Tribal Pulse NYE party in Glasgow, it sees him navigate through a bunch of his own material and take the listener on an absorbing trip.


The music obssessed Russian selector, Rain flirts effortlessly between ambient and DnB when it comes to mixes. He provided us a stunning DnB mix back in 2017 so decided to indulge his quieter side in 2018 and carefully build an ambient cloud to lay our head on. Soothing from first to last.

Vivid and mangled electronica from the enigmatic Glasgow duo. This session showcases some of their favourite influences with a few of their own releases on Bricolage. Also includes an exclusive play of an as-yet-still unreleased epic they cooked up especially for the mix.

Leit Motif

We nudged into spring time with Leit Motif and a selection of deep dub techno, entrancing world electronica and crepuscular, gliding, ambient material.

Dark Fidelity HiFi (Live set for RSD 2018)

This was the chance to immerse yourself in the captivating and hypnotic sounds of the Dark Fidelity HiFi live experience. A short but sweet RSD 2018 live set recorded at 'Reel Around The Fountain' record store in Manchester.

Arran Trax

A robust and rugged hour that combines Detroit Techno with surging electro and waves of acid from Arran Trax. Complex and exciting grooves from the Scottish producer.

Fragile X
Label boss Fragile X went down the effervescent route for this summer mix. Bubbling chimes, atmospheric cuts and warm, colourful soundscapes. One for the long summer nights.

Justin Case

Bricolage newcomer Justin Case brewed up an inventive concoction of sounds that would shine on a light on some of his biggest influences. An hour of twitchy and peculiar, cosmic electronica and celestial house music.

Daniel Katinsky

A guest mix from Glasgow native Daniel Katinsky that drifts between murky and experimental structures and bold sound design. A true headphone journey full of fractured rhythms and dynamic noise.


Dense and layered electro, techno and dub from the mysterious German. Futuristic ambience helps break up the chaos among the deep bass rumblings. We still believe that this is the only mix of 2018 that you'll be able to hear Dusty Springfield transition into Underground Resistance....



A guest mix full of hard hitting techno with a dystopian twist. Full of heavy characteristics but never reaching the point of extremity. A danceable wall of sound, if you like.


A sublime guest mix born of shamanism from Amunraja to round out the year. Warm bass, laid back tribal vibes and deep psydub that envelopes the listener. Put this on and let yourself drift into another dimension.


It wouldn't be a round up of mixes without mentioning our longform mix series, "Headroom". We only had three sessions this year. But they were three cultivated and stunning musical stories.


We had a special guest session from Hohm Productions resident, Kinoko, who pieced together a beautiful sound montage of ethereal ambient and misty deep house.

Supply Fi
This session acted as a precursor of sorts to the tender and organic "...And We Become One With The Earth" EP. His two hour Headroom saw him bring together sounds from his friends and peers in a genre bending journe full of curious and dreamlike electronica.

Lying Cat

A grain and lo-fi affair from the Lying Cat. A tenebrous excursion through the slightly more disconcerted side of the music spectrum. It's awash with skewered beats, brittle textures and perfectly placed field recordings. It almost plays out like a film if you let it....


A massive thank you goes out to all the people who gave their time to us in 2018. Artists and listeners alike.


Thursday, 27 December 2018

Bricolage : Release Round Up For 2018

We'd like to think that 2018 was another consistent year on the release front here at Bricolage. 7 EP's and a huge anniversary compilation. We put out some truly fantastic music from a few label stalwarts whilst also welcoming exciting contributions from some new names.

futurendeavours "Yautja Blood"

A sample heavy, broken beat, sci fi themed soundcape. Both complex and hypnotic. These kind of epics are fast becoming a regular occurence from the local duo, futurendeavours. They don't release a lot but when they do, we know we're getting something big.

Menopausal Hound Dog "Audible Smote"

Angular electronics and finely sculpted, idiosyncratic, tones and beats from the Manchester based MHD.

Devras Plexi "frequent inspirational chore"

 A true audio kaleidoscope from one of the most unique producers on our roster, Devras Plexi. Prismatic, glitchy and extremely accessible IDM and ambient flavours galore. In September we re-released a bulked up version of the EP featuring extra tracks that included a stunning remix from Lo-Jacker.

Supply Fi "...And We Become One With The Earth"

Shimmering, organic, ambient electronica from Supply Fi as he allows his natural songwriting ability to shine through on a truly expressive and balanced release.

Arran Trax "Morgenlicht"

Four slabs of hybrid electro/acid from an exceptionally creative mind. Hamburg based production whizz, Arran Trax, calls on raw analogue power and warm acid as he puts his own spin on the classic old school Detroit vibe. Fuzzy and extremely danceable sounds.

Justin Case "You Matter!"

As far as debut releases go, label newcomer, Justin Case dropped what can only be described as a brain melting opening statement of intent. "You Matter!" was unconventional from the get go. Crunchy, abstract. elastic and positively vibrant. The perfect way to introduce yourself to the musical world.

VA "Retcon"

Our most expansive and adventurous project to date was "Retcon". A gargantuan compilation that offered up creations from 20 distinct producers from far and wide as well as closer to home. The sounds on show cater to all manners of the electronic spectrum. As always, we'd like to think there's something for everyone inside the maze of "Retcon".

Lying Cat "Lying Cat"

We rounded off the year with a release from the mysterious "Lying Cat". This anonymous UK based producer casts up a fragmented and hazy spell full of absorbing and reflective ingredients. Experimental in nature with a beautiful and nostalgic narrative that runs throughout.


A big heartfelt thank you goes out to all the artists who helped shape our year. Your time, talents and commitment are appreciated more than we could ever express.


Saturday, 8 December 2018

Bricolage Podcast #40 - Amunraja

We conclude 2018 with a sublime guest mix from Amunraja. The Shamanscape Records boss has provided a a showcase of what he calls 'sacred bass'.

Amunraja is born of Shamanism and Buddhism and explores the dimensions and frequential worlds that surround us.

This is a session brimming with warm bass tones, deep and layered melodies, psychedelic patterns, laid back tribal vibes and some truly crystalline production work. This is an hour of sounds that will envelope you and transport you to another dimension.

Artwork credit @ Saffu

As always you can stream the mix below or at our mixcloud.


1. Amunraja - Muladhara
2. Amunraja - A Dream In Dub
3. Amunraja - Moonshadows
4. Amunraja - Halls Of Amenti
5. Amunraja - Orange Ghost
6. Amunraja and Mr. Reiter - Shamantique
7. Emog - The Magical Wind (Amunraja remix)
8. Amunraja - No Mud No Lotus
9. Amunraja - Desert Of The Theta
10. Amunraja - Girl From The Hummingbird Gardens
11. MaWrU - Temple Of Treasures
12. Nyrus -Ritual
13. Amunraja - Halls Of Amenti (Nyrus remix)
14. Amunraja - Halls Of Amenti (Psionic remix)

Friday, 7 December 2018

Sacred Bass....

Our December podcast arrives tomorrow afternoon and we're rounding off 2018 in style with a very special guest mix from Shamanscape Records boss, Amunraja. It’s a showcase of some ultra smooth psydub and soothing bass soundscapes. We’re looking forward to unveiling it in full tomorrow....

Until then you can check out just some of his freshest material below...

Wednesday, 5 December 2018

In The Loop : Episode 32

ITL EP 32 features some new sounds from our alumni and roster.....


A short but sweet dollop of ambience from the Glaswegian. Subtle bass, clicks n cuts and interesting sound design layers.



A four to the floor hybrid that takes on the dubbier side of techno infused with house sensibilities from the man in the shadows, Sceadu. We have the debut EP from the Berlin based producer dropping next month on Bricolage. He's all set to showcase his take on what the future sounds like....



"War Tundra" has that signature Mute Branches tone flowing throughout its short duration. An assembly of strange and creaking timbres that all fit together perfectly into a vivid experimental soundscape.



The work of Sulevia stands alone in the electronic field. "Passion" is no different. The Austrian producer has created possibly her finest work yet. Undefinable music that flirts with bass music, trip hop, world music and techno. Peculiar chord progressions, faint voices, drifting pads and gristly beats.



Enofa (fka International Debris) has a tremendous back catalogue full of all sorts of engaging material (under many guises) from ambient to vaporwave and everything else in between. Here on new release "Melkur" the UK producer takes a trip through the forest....

Free DL or PWYW on bandcamp.


Monday, 26 November 2018

In The Loop : Episode 31

Our latest episode once again of In The Loop lends an ear to what a few artists from our roster have been upto recently....


Crisp drums paired with intricate and soft melodies that drift by on a cloud of floating synths on "Daydreaming". A wonderful summer tinged track to brighten up the dark winter nights.



Patience is key on this new track from Justin Case. The ambient progression and slow build up pays off as "Ayr" gradually morphs in and out of acid basslines, IDM sensibilities and broken beat rhythms that are becoming an integral part of the maverick producers arsenal.



"Polara 147" is a slice of dub infused glitch from the ever prolific, ABI. Industrial undertones and menacing beats that collapse into an ambient interlude before resurfacing....



"Under The Bridge" starts with gentle keys before some field recordings glide into view and create space for some atmospheric synth work that create a serene mood dripping with that nostalgia element that Colab has down to a tee.



"Bruno's Ghost" is a haunting piece of cinematic electronica. A tale of two abstract styles coming together as one. Part serenading tones and part twisted bass and marauding percs. A great spectre like combination.


Saturday, 17 November 2018

In The Loop : Episode 30

It's been a while since our last episode of ITL, so we're making up for lost time with some new episodes before the end of the year.

The first of which casts an eye and ear on recent sounds from Minimal_Drone*GRL, Dark Fidelity HiFi. The Oscilloscope, Human Age and Arran Trax.


"Hinterland" is an emotionally charged epic slice of drone/ambient from the Canadian producer. Her signature soothing tunes are on full display as this track drifts along perfectly.



Stunning glitch landscapes are second nature to Rick Jones. The man behind DFHF has mastered his craft over the years and is consistently creating his own unique sonic worlds. "Summer Ghosts" comes with some beautiful vocals from long time collaborator, Hannah Moore. A song about summers gone by....



We're a bit late to the party with this one...

"Handmade Ghosts" is a short fifteen minute mix of original material made with Halloween in mind. Dark and eerie acid lines, washes of analogue synth and that familiar rhythm work from the acid aficionado.



Ethereal vocals, calming sounds and gentle pads give way to a warm rhythm section full of crisp beats and a deep bass sound on this Human Age remix of RTIK "It's Not You. Chilled late night or early morning vibes depending on your mood.

Hear the original here.



"The Tunnel" straddles the line between light and dark perfectly. A hybrid piece of breakbeat/electronica from the prolific Scottish producer. Tough beats juxtaposed with with airy and warped melodics.


Sunday, 11 November 2018

Bricolage Podcast #39 : R.U.R.

Our penultimate podcast of 2018 sees a guest mix from the android mind of R.U.R.

A hard hitting hour full of intensity and machine like precision. Advanced dystopian techno formations that layer into each other and build to crescendos that create an almost wall of sound. There's heavy characteristics all the way through but it never reaches the point of extremity, sitting all the while on a consistent raspy and thunderous foundation.

Listen below or at our mixcloud.

Friday, 2 November 2018

Lying Cat "Lying Cat" (bc039)

Earlier this year we received some demos from a UK producer who wishes to remain anonymous. We're happy to present that music to you in the form of 'Lying Cat', which arrives as six tracks of lo-fi, twitchy and experimental sound collages.

A fragmented and hazy collection of clicks n cuts and found sounds fused together with finely structured reflective moments. Obscure sound design and glitchy rhythms constructed of crooked beats alongside creaking backdrops consuming, what can only be described as, part dystopian and part neo classical soundscapes. It's a truly complex journey with an absorbing visual element and a strange, almost dysfunctional narrative that runs throughout. It manages to cast up imagery that you can't seem to quite put your finger on but leaves you wanting to find out more......

A thoughtful debut that ultimately glows in the dark with a brittle and grainy charm.

You can stream and download the EP below or at our bandcamp.

Sunday, 28 October 2018

Ghost Stories 2018

Our "Ghost Stories" section has become custom for Bricolage in Halloween season over the last few years and has proved to be popular among our fans and artists. This year's selections of eerie electronics and spooky soundtracks come from All Buttons In, GrevusAnjl, Crest Of The Syndicate and Minimal_Drone*GRL.

So, without further ado....


1. Bauhaus - Bela Lugosi's Dead

"My first pick is "Bela Lugosi's Dead" by Bauhaus.  Known as the first Gothic song in 1979, this is 9 minutes of experimental brilliance with atmospheric guitars and skittering drums.  Drawing from post-punk, alternative rock with a touch of dub, this is a journey into the void with a dark and dreary vibe from beginning to end.  Always a classic for me."
2. Dario Argento - Suspiria

"I'm a huge fan of classic horror movies, especially the Italian genre "Giallo".  "Susperia" by Dario Argento is one of my favourite films in this genre.  Surrealistic and colourful visuals and a thick fairytale atmosphere give this movie a unique touch that really gets your imagination going.  Goblin's wailing, strident prog rock score - with pounding rhythms, heavy breathing and dissonance, maintains the suspenseful, supernatural tone throughout."

3. F.W. Murnau - Nosferatu

"My next pick is "Nosferatu" by F.W. Murnau.  Here is the story of Dracula before it was buried alive in clichés.  Murnau's silent film (1922) was based on the Bram Stoker novel.  I admire it for it's artistry and ideas, it's atmosphere and images, than for it's ability to manipulate my emotions like a skillful modern horror film.  It doesn't scare us, it haunts us.  It shows not that vampires can jump out of shadows, but that evil can grow there, nourished on death."

4. Ben Frost - The Carpathians

"Frost's music is all about contrast - merging beautiful classical minimalism with the dirty grind of metal and drone core.  This combination is unsettling to the mind, refusing to split in half and choose between genres.  For me, this track evokes the terrifying, uncomfortable, sickening feeling of being stranded in an evening snow storm when you hear the sound of a pack of wolves howling in the distance."

5. Mario Bava - Black Sabbath

"My final pick is another Giallo film "Black Sabbath" by Mario Bava.  This trilogy of horror stories serves as an interesting look at a trio of varying filmmaking styles.  All three are wonderfully evil, stylistic with incredible camera work and beautifully designed sets.  My favourite of the the three is "The Drop of Water".  It's about a nurse who steals the ring off an old occultist woman's hand only to have her grinning corpse torment her from beyond the grave.  The initial shock of seeing the old witch is truly bone-chilling." 



1. Hobo With A Shotgun

"This is a Canadian Grindhouse film and the reason I pick this as its one of my favourite horror films. Its gory, its crazy, its disturbing and the story is pretty simplistic but that is what makes it so great. The first time I saw this film was in 2012, a friend recommended it to me and after watching it, I was hooked, my favourite part is the summoning of 'The Plague', 2 armoured demons from hell.. If you haven't seen it and you like trashy horror films, I'd fully recommend it."

2. Aphex Twin - Come To Daddy

"Where to begin?! This song is awesome, the video is disturbed... probably not in the spooky halloween sense but is well worth a mention. However its the Little Lord Faulteroy Mix is where its at, try listening to it at 2am with its bizarre creepy speech but nonetheless a brilliant track (all the mixes included)"

3. RJD2 - The Horror

"The spooky opening track from the fantastic Deadringer album. Its spooky melodies, old samples and hip-hop beats make this track a must for any halloween party playlist. Plus check the whole album (if you haven't) its a masterpiece!"

4. Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster - Psychosis Safari

"This track, where to even start with this... the album 'Horse of the Dog is one of my favourite albums purely for its intensity, its guitar riffs and general gloominess (I'm not a gloomy guy by the way). This track is the standout for me, I can't remember when I first heard this but I'm sure it was on the Steve Lamacq show and was immediately hooked and bought the album on CD the next day, this has a great hook and the vocals are insane at the end. The album is well worth listening to and doesn't last long at 28 minutes."

5. Future Sounds Of London - Dead Cities

"Last but not least, here is FSOL with Dead Cities. This is my favourite album ever and inspired me to get into music when I was just 15. Dark, gloomy and just perfection all the way through from 'Herd Killing' to 'First Death In The Family'. Such a solid album with no filler and confirmed my lifelong love affair with electronic music. Not halloween affilated on the surface but listen closer to the tracks and you'll see what I mean particularly the track Vit Drowning/Through Your Gills I Breathe. The link above is my favourite track of all time 'Antique Toy'.


1. Surachai - Temple of the Weakening Sun

"One of Surachai's finest synthesizer explorations, a deep and dark ominous masterpiece. Well balanced between melodic warmth and crushing mayhem. The video is equally stunning."

2. Kyrptic Minds - Six Degrees

"Beautifully crafted deep brooding atmospheric dubstep, with added ferocity and the dancefloor in mind."

3. V.I.V.E.K - Asteroids

"Asteroids is a vast and spacious track with deep pulsating subs that induce intense sensations. Full of V.I.V.E.K's distinct dark and menacing atmosphere."

4. Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds - Red Right Hand

"Arguably The Bad Seeds finest moment. A haunting, menacing tale full of Cave's eloquent black wit."

5. The Misfits - Halloween

"The name says it all. I can't think about Halloween without thinking of this song. Classic punk rock fun." 



1. Bauhaus - Bela Lugosi's Dead

"These first two are a blast from my past. Songs pulled from my dark, angsty youth. Starting with my all time favorite Goth song, Bauhas 'Bela Lugosi's Dead'. I played this until the tape finally broke. Sitting in a darkly lit room; stereo so loud, it annoyed the neighbors across the street. I know where some of my hearing problems originated. And at that age I wouldn't have it any other way.

2. Type O Negative - Black No.1 (Little Miss Scare-All)

"Continuing the back story of my Gothy past, here's one of the funnier details about my wife and I, when we first moved in together. On laundry day, we typically had 3 black loads, and half a light load. I don't think I owned a non-black shirt until my 30s. And here's the next song we were addicted to for months; Type O Negative's "Black No. 1 (Little Miss Scare-All)"
"There are so many great songs from that time period, the list could go on! But lets move on to the more recent, more atmospheric side of darkness. I want to share 3 (and not even close to all of the) discoveries I've made on SoundCloud that could all be strong contenders for scariest ambient song (or album) of the year, soundtracks suitable for your worst nightmares.

3. Blink Twice - Summoning

"This first is by Mood Exhibit's darker incarnation, Blink Twice. The song is called "Summoning". Suffice it to say, sometimes it's healthy to revisit and express your past, and Robert Salchak is great at embracing that dark inner child (check out any of the Blink Twice songs found on SoundCloud, and you'll know exactly what I mean.)"

4. Humanfobia - Aura Obscura

"The second SoundCloud group to make my list is Humanfobia (comprised of S'bila Orbe on sound programming and Mist Spectra on vocals; and partnering with musician James Onsen for this project). They generously make these haunting soundscapes year round, so we have plenty of new material to get us through the next Halloween season, if you're that specific. Otherwise, just enjoy it year round. This song is entitled 'Aura Obscura'. "

And here's where the EP can be found, if the track whets your appetite.

Link : Humanfobia - Aura Obscura EP

5. Grim Heka - Room 237

"My last offering is from Darren Coyle, the genius behind Optapus (and his even darker, dark side Grim Heka). The Grim Heka music scares me silly (and the images he finds for his cover art are wonderfully creepy and disturbing). If you're running low on nightmare-inducing soundscapes, his latest album is there to help you out."

Link : Grim Heka - The Overlook Hotel

"Here is but a taste of this talented musician's frightening world."

"I hope you enjoyed this little peak into the frightening stuff that keeps GrevusAnjl awake at night. Sleep like the dead, my friends."

Until next year......

Saturday, 27 October 2018

Headroom 14 : Lying Cat presents 'Sad Gizmo'

After a 7 month break our Headroom mix series returns with “Lying Cat” at the helm. The mysterious UK producer is all set to drop a debut EP on Bricolage at the start of next month. It’s a lo-fi, grainy and twitchy affair that’s awash with fractured experimental broken beat pieces linked together with dark ambient tones. This Headroom session follows down that same route with extended brittle soundscapes and enveloping atmospheres. It’s a restless and chaotic roam through the slightly more disconcerting side of electronic music. A tenebrous journey through sound that’s littered with samples, field recordings and all manners of warped and skewered productions. Enjoy the trip.

As always the mix is available below or at our mixcloud.



William Basinski - Disintegration Loops 2.1
Polmo Polpo - Romeo Heart
Polmo Polpo - Requiem For A Fox
White Suns - Prostrate
A Winged Victory For The Sullen - Atomos VII
Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufield - The Sun Roars Into View
Anna Von Hausswolff - The Truth, The Glow, The Fall
Now Sleep - The Dead Travel In Fog And Time
Now Sleep - Some Don’t Know What They Are
Tim Hecker - 100 Years Ago
Fennesz - Before I Leave
Those Who Walk Away - First Partially Recollected Conversation
Talk Talk - Myrrhman
Milo - Souvenir
Kayla Painter - Kenopsia
Labradford - G
Autechre - LCC
DJ Scud - V.I.P Pressure
Brainwaltzera -  Yamaha Hills
The Haxan Cloak - Excavation Part 2
Hrvatski - Carrot
AFX and Squarepusher - Freeman Hardy and Willis Acid
The Ganja Kru - Super Sharp Shooter
Pirate Radio
Johann Johannsson -  Fordlandia
Haswell and Hecker - Movement 3
Lying Cat - Fstal Better To Begin
The Railway Raver - Keiths Trumpets
DJ Boring - Winona
Dntel - Fear of Corners
Michael Gordon - Weather 3
Michael Nyman and Damon Albarn - Boyds Journey

The “Lying Cat” EP is released on the 2nd of November on Bricolage via bandcamp.

Video for “Easy To Feed”

Sunday, 21 October 2018

Lying Cat - Easy To Feed (Music Video)

A first listen to the Lying Cat. "Easy To Feed" will feature on a 6 track EP due for release next month. ARTIST : Lying Cat TRACK : Easy To Feed EP : Lying Cat
STYLE : Experimental, Broken Beat, Ambient RELEASE DATE : 2nd November 18
CAT NO : bc039

Monday, 8 October 2018

Bricolage Podcast #38 : Sceadu

Sceadu has appeared briefly from the shadows to take the controls for our October podcast. The mysterious German artist has provided a dense mixture of Detroit Techno, electro and dub techno. Mechanical patterns, space signals, futuristic ambience and deep bass rumblings throughout. The session is mixed as a 50/50 split of vinyl and digital and spans an almost 30 year timeline from the classic early nineties era through to more current releases from the newer breed. There’s a curve ball thrown in for good measure along the way....

You can stream the mix below or at our mixcloud.

Saturday, 29 September 2018

Devras Plexi - frequent inspirational chore (Reissue)

In March, this year, we released the spellbinding “frequent inspirational chore” EP from Austin native, Devras Plexi. It’s a stimulating and prismatic trip through an intricate world of lucid glitch and electronica soundscapes.
Six months after the original release we’re proud to present a revamped version of “frequent inspirational chore” that adds another layer to its unique charm.
The new look album features three new additions and is rounded off by a stunning Lo-jacker remix.

Saturday, 15 September 2018

In The Loop : Episode 29

This post covers a few recent music press reviews of some of our recent releases.

First off there's two reviews on our massive anniversary compilation from I Heart Noise and Discovery Music, respectively. We extend massive gratitude to both platforms for their time and efforts.

"Honestly there are no filler tracks here which is certainly saying something for a compilation that is 20 tracks deep. This was clearly put together with intense care and attention to detail and it’s success is obvious within every track."
Read the full "I Heart Noise" review of the compilation here.

"Each track is its own unique avenue of electronic music, covering a massive breadth and depth of the unexplored corners of this genre." 
Read the full "Discovery Music" review of our album here.

Stream and buy links for "Retcon" are available below.


Discovery Music also recently reviewed the debut EP from Justin Case, "You Matter!"

"Whatever your take on electronic music, this EP is worth the experience. It will bring you a small oasis of calm to any hectic day and offer a much-needed pause from a racing mind."
You can read the full "Discovery Music" review of the EP here.

Stream and buy links for the "You Matter!" EP are available below.

Friday, 7 September 2018

Bricolage Podcast # 37 : Daniel Katinsky

Our September podcast sees a special guest mix from Glaswegian producer and sound obsessive, Daniel Katinsky. 

The local whizz has gifted us an hour of compelling music that drifts between murky and unusual ambient textures and bold experimental structures. Fractured rhythms, intriguing sound design and immersive electronics make for a dynamic and engaging listening experience. One for the headphones.

The mix features some exclusive listens to unreleased gems from Fawkes, Parsa, Nancy Drone and Daniel Katinsky himself.

The mix is available to stream below or at our mixcloud.


Aphex Twin
Do Not Demand, Do Not Entreat
Michael Manring
Atonal Cut
Oli XL
Tatu Rönkkö
Flickering Debris
Lanark Artefax
Aspic Asa
Untitled Excerpt (Live at Parkteateret , Oslo 17/11/16)
Parsa amd Ramtin Niazi
Ingenuine By Proxy
Nancy Drone
A Tergo Real
Lee Gamble
Afloat Yet Still (Dry)
Daniel Katinsky
Parsa and Ramtin Niazi
Ghost Fairytale