Taken from a recent live performance check out Glaswegian electro provocateur Galaxian in action. We’ve had word of a new EP coming soon…more news on that to follow.
Set to be released in the coming week is the latest from Bonus Round, this time it’s label boss Luke’s Anger providing tracks of the utmost wonkiest with a bit of skank and features a remix from Kid 606 which you can preview below.
Keep an eye on the Bonus Round website to purchase the tracks (as well as the usual download stores)
This makes me wish I wasn’t 8 years old in 1992. In fact I would have only been a few miles away when this event took place, maybe that’s why I would never go to bed when told by my parents, it was down to me always being subconciously aware I was missing out on something amazing.
Thanks to technopodcast and R_co for sharing this.
An absolutely stunning release from Anodyne for Combat Recordings, a less hectic one than their previous release on Earwiggle but that’s not to say the beats are not as driving and effective
Listen and purchase through the Bandcamp app below.
Empires E.P. by Combat Recordings
A fresh promo mix from Scand resident Steve Allman who I witnessed first hand shamshing it at the Scand May Bank holiday party. Am looking forward to a repeat performance at Scand this Saturday at The Horse & Groom with Radioctive Man and Morphology headlining.
Drexciya – Bang Bang
Counter-Couture – Thoughts
Faceless Mind – Ocean Movers
VCS2600 – ?
Morphology – Urainia’s Mirror
Versalife – Aurora Strain
Boddika – Sometimes
Tipper – Doghnut (Radioactive Man’s ‘Pull Up’ Mix)
Silicon Scally – Process (Sync 24 Remix)
Hardfloor – The Texas Trill Mixes (ERP)
Instra:mental – Delta Zone Advance
Dynamix II – We are Your Future (Will Web’s Spaceship Bound For Miami Mix)
Dexter Vs Cosmic Force – Geheugen Meuk
Japanese Telecom – Perspects Remix
Luke Eargoggle – Flexible Views
Alden Tyrell – Digger
Addison Groove – Work It
Mr De – Late Night Ride 2
Marco Bernardi – Flo713
Chris Callahan – Never Mind
P-Dog – Get Ya Hands Up
Detroit Grand Pubbahs – Plasticine Gene (Ectomorph Mix)
Der Zyklus – Der Tonimpulstest
What a weekend. Sadly I missed Baconhead as the car broke down en route, but I did witness their live debut at Wrong Music last month and the sound was what coupld be described as a crunchingly grinding funk of a hop. More to come from them soon get their Soap EP on Acroplane now if you haven’t already.
Raw to the grain since Subheads first release in 1996 and originally founded by Jamie Lidell, Phil Wells and Jason Leech they self released the UK’s answer to techno that was rising around the world. Lidell left the group after the 7th release and then Wells sadly left our world in 2007 leaving Leach to carry the torch. Typically an analogue groove busting whirlwind of rough beats and noise this is the kind of techno we love the most on null+void.
Starting Teeth are Hrdvsion and Hopen who traverse many European country borderes to bring broken glitched beats with a hip hop twist to the masses via Switzerland’s most outstanding Creaked Records.
What has become the most comprehensive blogs for electro, City of Bass run by DJ Mad Wax, who we also recently reported is now running a fortnightly column on Dark Floor has just published a damn good and insightful interview with Paul Blackford. There’s nothing like Paul Blackford’s sub bass 160 bpm electro, he’s found a unique space somewhere near drum n bass but with the high tech electro ideology there really is nothing quite like it. There’s also his Militant Science label (we’ve also regularly featured on here) which has become the UK’s most dynamic and exciting labels specialising in fast electro bass music.
And listen to his null+void Podcast below.
nodataavailable’s production reaches a divine boiling point in this live set combining acid, techno and electro and performed exclusively on a Korg Electribe-SX. Check it out in the player below. He’s going to be playing a special live set in the Brackout room at the next Plex on 2nd July.