Audio Report: 21/02/2015 w/ Stingray, Datassete, Sync24 + more
Recommended listens from the week just gone…
1. Bleep43 EP002 with Stingray 313 and Mariska Neerman
For Bleep43’s second release the London ex-party camp have invited Stingray 303 and Mariska Neerman to each put together two tracks for a split EP. They’ve just upped the whole release to stream while they have promised a release date for just a few weeks time…
2. Datassette – Offal (1999-2014)
All I can say is a big yes to the trend for tune dumping, there’s so many tracks that yield good listens stranded on hard drives this 100 tracks compendium of ideas, demos and full tracks from Datassette is essential listening.
3. Crack Mix 87 – Sync24
Great to see Cultivated Electronic’s main man Sync24 in the mix for Crack Magazine, it’s all to promote his upcoming set for Electrix at Bloc this March, more info and ticket to that here.
4. Neil Landstrumm – The Rise Of Slime
This track’s taken from the next EP upcoming on Sunil Sharpe’s Earwiggle imprint that includes tracks from DeFeKt, Bintus, AnD, Boner M. Neil Landstrumm’s offering The Rise Of Slime was upped by Boiler Room last week which you can listen to in all it’s doom rave goodness here:
5. POWVAC011 – V/A ‘Vectors 2′ Preview
A teaser of what’s up next on Bintus’ Power Vacuum imprint with Jerome Hill, Vacated, Cylob and Anklepants all contributing tracks it’s shaping up nicely.
6. Chris Moss Acid – Slam The Box EP (Free Download)
A free download of Chris Moss Acid’s Slam The Box EP from last year in MP3 grab it while you can, or for a high quality file head to bandcamp here.
7. Pip Williams – Concerning Irregular Figures
A new production from Pip Williams with little explanation from the maker, but it’s been on repeat on my player this week.
8. DJ Stingray – Unknown to the Unknown Mix
Every single mix that DJ Stingray drops lives up to expectations – frenetic and fast paced he has his own and inimitable way of playing electro.
9. L.I.E.S. podcast 20-DJ Overdose “True Patriotism”
For their 20th podcast US West Coast label L.I.E.S. invited Rotterdam’s DJ Overdose to put together a fresh mix, he’s turned out a 57 minute mix of electro drawing on his early Miami bass influences.
10. MNLTH – Headlight
A full stream upped this week from MNLTH, lifted from producer’s Time EP which you can buy now via Bleep