Radio: with Kirsti feat. Kim Cosmic & mindcolormusic Mixtape // KMAH Radio // 03/07/2019

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Kirsti null+void Show

Aldich – Telecom Shift [forthcoming Super Hexgon]
James Shinra – Signs (John Beltrans 80s Reset Remix) [forthcoming Feel My Bicep]
Photonz – Baggy Kru [Naive]
Kord – Vilse [Femur]
ERP – ZRX [Frustrated Funk]
Silicon Scally – Mind Splitter [Cultivated Electronics]
Rush Plus – Staring At The Sun [E Missions]
Tim Taylor & DJ Slip – Pleasure Unit (Jerome Hill Remix) [Dame Music]
Stratton – Coming [Of Paradise]
Roel Funken – Thorn Cacti [forthcoming Methlab]
Bochum Welt – Melodie d’Aout [forthcoming Central Processing Unit]
Swarm Intelligence – Extraction [New York Trax]

– Kim Cosmic Live Set –

mindcolormusic Mixtape compiled by Kirsti

Eazykill – Atomsk Caged
Cool & Frank – Racoon Mailbox Adjusted
Nachtzug – Lazy Lazerz
Mnvr – twntn
Microlith – Echoes
Nachtzug – Granular Communications
Omni Causa – Mekanik Melody
Aquatronics – Coastal Plains
Robyrt Hecht & XY0815 – Igriega05
Fah – 2two

Radio: null+void with Kirsti feat. Junq // KMAH Radio // 05/06/2019

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Join us at the next null+void Live event at The Glove that Fits on 28/06 with Shelley Parker, Monoak and PAul Heirophant


Paul Heirophant – Saturn [forthcoming Exalt Records]
Mesak – Tenin Loosi TE-1 []
Patrick Conway – Flight Path [forthcoming Fusion Diagnostics]
Otik – Tuskanary [forthcoming DEXT] s
Luke Vibert – Whooda Thunsquit [take 20] [forthcoming Balkan Vinyl]
Silicon Scally – Asynchronous [Central Processing Unit]
Youthman 29 5:08 [The Press Group]
Skyfarma – Destroid [WeMe Records]
Nightwave – Rainbow Body [Neautralizer Records]
No Cure For Cancer – De Bons En Pierre [Dark Entries]
Petwo Evans – White [Petrax]
Konx Om Pax – Magenta [forthcoming Planet Mu]
Special Request – Ardcore Dolphin [Houndstooth]
Rob Stow – Bad Acid [Don’t Recordings]
Reptant – Transcendents From The Outer Sphere [forthcoming Cragie Knowes]

Junq recorded live at null+void Live #1

Radio: Kirsti / Arkada Podcast 011

♪ ♥‿♥ ♪ After living the life for many years, Kirsti has quietly become a real authority when it comes to electro and techno. As unassuming in person as her DJ sets are immediately arresting, she mixes up those sounds with elements of UK rave music to create dynamic, non linear sets of raw electronics.

Tracing her lineage from early experiences at raves like Checkpoint Charlie and Bangface, she soon went on to take great influence from the key figures behind UK rave, techno and electro such as Jerome Hill, Andrea Parker, Luke Vibert, Rob Hall and Warlock. She still does today, and isn’t afraid to play uncompromising sets that speak to the real underground. These come on her null+void radio shows—firstly on Rinse FM, now on KMAH they’re noted for their premiers of the freshest new techno and electro sounds.

Having recently warmed up for the legendary Dopplereffekt at Oval Space, Kirsti has also played at Tantrum, Craig Richards’ electro and left of centre night at the Lion & Lamb and stage at Houghton Festival. She’s also landed spots playing for Krake Festival in Berlin and on the warm up at fabric which are up on her list of gig highlights.

Preferring to really take the crowd to bold new places, Kirsti does the same with her null+void label. It’s a place where the likes of Shinra and L-R serve up slippery future electro and space age techno that ranges from striking to sublime. null+void continues to take shape with a step up in the release schedule planned for 2018 and continued support from the likes of Stingray, Bicep, Craig Richards, Objekt and Jerome Hill.

Otik – Dioxide [DEXT Recordings]
Hymns – Magna [Oscillate Tracks]
Univac – A3 Unit 4 [Femur]
London Modular Alliance – Chrome [Dimensions]
Ara-u & Radioactive Man – Daytime Robbery [Asking For Trouble]
The Golden Filter – All The Way In [4GN3S]
Falty DL – Beast [Unknown To The Unknown]
Fourmatic – Ectosketch [Cement]
Mor Elian – Move Like Atoms [Fever AM]
Reptant – Monolith [Planet Europhonique]
K-LONE – Sine Language [Wisdom Teeth]
Skykarma – Acidastones [WeMe Records]
Univac – Are You there [Femur]
No Moon – Siren [Mechatronica]

Sepehr – South Karana [Eon]

Pera Sta Osi – Gone Beautiful [Yellow Machines]

Second Storey – B1+B2 London Isn’t Easy [Trust]

Marco Bernardi – Morpheusis [Frustrated Funk]

Radio: null+void with Kirsti feat. Dead Sound // KMAH Radio // 13/03/2019

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1. Junq – From Below (2019 Remaster) [Art Mechanical]
2. Alis – Papercuts [forthcoming Astralplane]
3. Loula Yorke – Mud ysmysmysm EP
4. Bjorn Svin – Binetto [Endless Process]
5. Slime – PM [Weaponise Your Sound]
6. Rootsix – Bumble [Future Massive] Vol 1
7. L-R Rings [Asking For Trouble]
8. J. Wiltshire – Wave Tablet [forthcoming Oscillate]
9. Fourmatic – Ectosketch [CMNT]
10. Cygnus – Deep Analysis [forthcoming Central Processing Unit]
11. Si Begg – Elektronisch For Pleasure [forthcoming Love Love Records]
12. Petwo Evans – Grey [forthcoming Petrax]
13. OverworX – Potty Mouth [forthcoming OverworX]
14. Hermeth – Am I A Joke To You [forthcoming Brainwaves]
15. Mesak – Dim Sun [forthcoming Orson]
16. Chris Moss Acid – Machine Heavy [forthcoming Balkan Vinyl]
17. 1210 – Cranked Stripper [forthcoming Zodiac Wax]
18. Sync 24 – Warehouse [Propaganda Moscow]
19. Microthol – Armoury Funk [Trust]

— Dead Sound Guest Set – Live Analogue Hardware Set —

20. Zodiac Childs Live Blood [Zodiac Wax]

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Radio: null+void with Kirsti feat. T-Flex // KMAH Radio // 13/02/2019

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1. Mikron – Locus Reave [Central Processing Unit]
2. Matt Whitehead & no data available – Sahara [Super Rhythm Trax]
3. Dez Williams – In The Shadows [Discos Atonicos] – Running Circles EP
4. Reptant – Liquid Acrobatics [Planet Euphorique]
5. Fleck E.S.C. – Grandmas Cookies [Bass Agenda]
6. DMX Krew – MR10stery [forthcoming Hypercolour Records]
7. BufoBufo – Mutant Enzyme [Ritual Poison]
8. Fishclaw Mole (Luka yorke’s YSM Remix)
9. Scalameria – Enhance…Stop [Forthcoming Power Vacuum]
10. Cestrian – The Weir [Mechatronica]
11. Robyrt hecht – silverclay [forthcoming Mind Colour Music]
12. Sepher – Cybernetic [Forthcoming Eon Records]
13. REQ – Galaxy Arm Electro [Seagrave]
14. Serge Geyzel – Arbuzz [forthcoming Arkada]

T-Flex Recorded Live at null+void Birthday

15. Nightwave – Psychic Tonic [DEXT]

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Radio: with Kirsti feat. Paul Heirophant // KMAH Radio // 24/10/2018


1. Robot For Brains – RFB Acid [Swishcotheque]
2. Soundex Phonetic – Planet Pluto [Stoned Wave]
3. Sugar Experiment Station – No Wonder She Hates You
4. Dez Williams – Gold Digger [Bass Agenda]
5. Binary Operator – System Error [Central Electronics]
6. Throwing Snow – Simmer [forthcoming Houndstooth]
7. Ursa – Mouthwash [bandcamp]
8. VC-118A – Machinarium [forthcoming Cultivated Electronics]
9. Ten Letu – Ah, You Shot Me! [The Press Group]
10. Zodiac Childs – Lifeblood [Zodiac Wax]
11. Nonentitiy – Raw Method [Source Material]
12. Alex Jann – Blue Moon Rising [forthcoming Censor]
13. Pointsman – Dirty Shirt [Serotonin]
14. Chontane – Nedelia [forthcoming Them]
15. The Horn – Pushdown [Bandcamp]

Paul Heirophant Guest Mix

1. Giles Lamb – Apex [WeMe Records]
2. Paul Hierophant – Nuerth [Hierophant Dubs]
3. Plant43- Driven by Magnetics [AC Records]
4. Cignol- Hidden Galaxies [Computer Controlled]
5. Erell Ransom – Perfect Illusion [Childhood Electronix]
6. Cignol – The Observable Universe [Further Electronix]
7. Silicon Scally- Override [CPU]
8. Carl Finlow Capacitance AC Records
9. Sync 24 & Silicon Scally – Clickjacking [Cultivated Electronics]
10. Sbles3plex – We Are Transmitting [DJAX]
11. Urban Tribe – bio electronics [Trust]
12. DB_24 -Anachronic [AC Records]
13. The Exaltics – 00044.00.1.5 [Solarone Music]
14. Koova -Frustration [brokntoys]
15. Stefan Robbers – A Touch of Heaven [eevolute]
16. Underground Resistance – The Final Frontier [Underground Resistance]
17. Scape One – Ancient Temples [Fundamental Records]
18. Paul Hierophant – Osiris [Hierophant Dubs]
19. Norken & Nyquis – Love Simulation [Exalt Records]
20. Paul Hierophant – Deep Space Industry [Hierophant Dubs]
21. Alphacom – The Witness [Fundamental Records]
22. Pip Williams – SubZero [AC Records]
23. Underground Resistance – Message to the Majors Underground Resistance

Radio: null+void with Kirsti // KMAH Radio // 29/09/2018

KMAH September 2018 Tracklisting

Featuring the next null+void Recordings release ?



1. no data available – yes mate [forthcoming null+void Recordings]
2. Yuri Urano – Autline [Central Processing Unit]
3. Weakmassive – Metra [talahachi]
4. Brain Rays (feat. Sensational) – I Make Moves [forthcoming label unknown]
5. Carl Finlow – Unconditional [forthcoming Cragie Knowes]
6. Koova – Sometimes a Conduit (Patricia’s Amalgamix) [Brokntoys]
7. KYMS – A2 [label unknown]
8. Jack Roland – OST Contract [Natural Sciences]
9. Luke’s Anger – Your Feet [forthcoming Bleeper]
10. Lewski – Erebus [Wolfskuil Limited Holland]
11. Cool and Frank – Former Saturn Morning []
12. Paul Hierophant – Europa [Heirophant Dubs]
13. Cron – Squelch [Musique Pour La Danse Holland]
14. Body Jack – Twice Bitten [forthcoming Bodytrax]
15. Lone – Oedo 808 [forthcoming R&S Records]
16. Kosh – Null 212 [Casa Voyager France]
17. Charm Sneak – 13_10_17  [Reach Recordz]
18. Scan One – Re-Turn [Analogical Force]
19. Pineal Navigation – Zealous [forthcoming Xerophkz Records]
20. Maelstrom – Utility Shift [forthcoming Central Processing Unit]
21. FFT – orr din [forthcoming Super Hexagon]
22. Forest Drive West – [forthcoming Livity Sound]
23. Local Group – Laser Dome (Dexorcist RMX) [Ritual Poison]
24. Ali Wade – Burn Through You [forthcoming Frequency Domain]
25. Federico Leocata – In Der Nacht [Shipwrec]
26. Vester Koza – frm angel meadows to abundant slums [forthcoming Houndstooth]
27. no data available – the night [forthcoming null+void Recordings]

Spotlight 002: Shelley Parker

Starting out on her journey as a DJ in East London’s Shoreditch in the mid 00’s, Shelley Parker quickly became part of the then booming underground club circuit’s framework, becoming resident at Haywire where she regularly shared billing with the likes of Magda and fellow Haywire residents Andrew Weatherall and Radioactive Man with her rave edged techno and electro collection. She didn’t actually come onto null+void’s radar some years later with the launch of her label Structure and a 11 track compilation of of shearing experimental sounds from herself, Cursor Miner, Scan One and Kansas City Prophets, prompting us to pay close attention to the label’s activities.

After being a platform for this curated venture the next two releases homed Parker’s own works releasing her debut album Spurn Point in 2014 where her experimental roots in sound design were melded with her experience as a techno DJ. Parker’s sound is one of power, looking to field recordings to create dynamics instead of quick fix plug ins or effects her productions her sonic fingerprint stands out thanks to a special balance of space and weight brought about by this approach to production, traits that we find wholly unique and compelling.

Being an individual who has been on our radar for sometime we looked to her for our next spotlight mix, looking to the club and flooring us with her atmospheric and cutting selections.

I became more familiar with your production during more recent years, I know you’ve been producing for much longer can you fill us in on how you got started out DJing initially?

In 2001 the gallery artist Seb Patane set up the night Nerd at the Shoreditch Electricity Showrooms and asked me to become one of the resident DJs alongside Marco Shuttle and Nicky Verber who now runs Herald Street gallery. We were pretty much all students doing our Masters at the time – none of us were “professional DJ’s”. I used to play a lot of acid house bangers, dark out electro, 80s stuff and the beginnings of grime/dubstep. Andrew Weatherall came down a fair bit and after playing a couple of their parties I was taken on by the Haywire agency.

You were on the Haywire agency, played their parties and part of a very hedonistic rave based world initially, how were you drawn into the more experimental practice and world you work in now?

The experimental practice came from studying a fine art degree at Central Saint Martins. I experimented with sound a lot and so working with this medium wasn’t really something new after DJing – it was more of a return to what I’d been interested in previously.

That time feels like the scene in east London was thriving, and Shoreditch was more musically active especially with techno and house – what was your experience of it?

There was a kind of scene of art and fashion students and also events like Haywire, City Rockers, Nag Nag Nag, Trash and lots of others I can’t remember the name of! The music then seemed to be focused on the broadening of “electro”. Thinking back there was this small window of time when certain club nights were similar in spirit I suppose to “raves” and 80’s style nights which was then in stark contrast to the mainstream nights happening at the time.

Can you talk us through your production process, I know that you base a lot of your sounds on field recordings but more often than not it really feels like you’re getting a lot of power out of machines…

The MPC 2500 which I play my live sets on puts out a fair amount of power but equally I suppose the aesthetic which I’m drawn to is always going to sound a bit more pumped after my experiences of Djing on big sound systems. I use effects now less frequently. I can’t remember the last time I put reverb on anything – probably about 4 years ago! I spend a lot of time working with samples and continually try to find different ways to create dynamics without having to rely on plug-ins or hardware effects units. A lot of my recordings of found sounds are distorted and have their own sense of “space” anyway and I like that. I’m not interested in clean, polished production.

You started up Structure some years ago now, starting with a compilation of various remixes and original tracks from a variety of artists – how did you go about curating the sound for that first release?

I really enjoy the process of sequencing tracks together especially combinations you’d might not expect. I think it’s this aspect I still enjoy about making DJ mixes and this also inspired the selection for the CD. I’ve always been very impressed by the productions of Scanone, Cursor Miner, Kansas City Prophets – their music had this edge to it that was different to a lot of the “electro house” of the time. It was more experimental and darker and for me I will always be drawn to that type of music. Also in around 2009 I was beginning to work again with sound installations so, for example, one of the tracks “Cast” from the CD was a remix by Julian Doyle (Filter Feeder) of the audio I used for the “Cast” sound commission I produced for the Victoria & Albert Museum.

It was also where you released your first album, do you have any future plans for a second long player or more releases for yourself on Structure?

The label is always a funny one as I constantly change my mind about what I want to do with it! I’d like to do a vinyl release at some point but I also really like the CD format ie roughly an hour of music. It feels much more like a body of work rather than the limitations of 2 or 3 tracks. Also again it’s closer to the duration of a DJ mix so I feel comfortable working within this timeframe.

Can you tell us a bit about this mix, how did you go about the selection and recording it for us?

Some of my recent DJ mixes have been very kind of noisy and industrial but this mix immediately felt like it had a different atmosphere. Also sometimes I feel it’s a bit silly trying to do a “let’s have it” club mix when essentially you’re recording it at home and people will mainly listen to it on headphones. So this mix I guess roughly goes from noise to house to drum and bass. Like all my DJ mixes I recorded it live in one take – no edits, using CDs and vinyl.

What other projects are you currently working on?

I have two remixes coming out in the next month or so and a second album and dance 12” coming out later in the year. Also I’m working on two new music commissions which are completely unrelated to club or dance music in territories I’ve never worked in before. Sorry I can’t say any names or give details yet! Obviously I’ve DJed a lot and performed live in all manner of spaces but not really played live sets in clubs that much yet so that’s also one of my goals for this year.


Chra – A dark country (Unreleased)
Untold – The water carrier (Hemlock)
LCC – Airys (Comfortzone)
Trinkkets – Lace (Don’t Fret)
U – Our place (Phantasy)
Monoloc – Trysome (Hotflush)
Anxiety Support Group – Drug Dealers Lullaby (Opal Tapes)
Ploy – Move yourself (Hessle Audio)
Intrusion – Velocity in A minor (Intrusion)
Spooky – Concussion (Generic)
Ploy – Sala One Five (Hessle Audio)
Dronelock & Ontal – Parallax (Shadow Story)
Elementz of Noize – Law of the Jungle (M Ocean)
Ruffhouse – UVB-76 (Samurai)

Shelley Parker Website // Shelley Parker Soundcloud // Structure Recordings Website

Radio: KMAH Show Archive March 2016 Featuring Mikron Guest Mix



1. Mikron – Ask me [Central Processing Unit]
2. Kero X Marshall Applewhite – Murky Water [Detroit Underground]
3. Acid Kirk – In Between Days [Weme Records]
4. Oxynucid – Glacierbassfix [forthcoming Recycled Plastics]
5. DJ Guy – Structures (Reprise) [forthcoming Organic Analogue]
6. Roy Of The Ravers – 2 Late 4 Love [forthcoming Acid Waxa]
7. SHKN – Breaks [Subsequent]
8. E.R.P. – Vox Automaton [Frustrated Funk]
9. I.F. – I Do Because I Coudn’t Care Less
10. Perk & Truss – Leather & Lace [forthcoming Perc Trax]
11. Dead Sound & Videohead [forthcoming COUM Records]
12. Etch – Untitled Hardcore 3 [forthcoming Sneaker Social Club]
13. Galaxian vs Stingray313 – CaCuSi4I10 [Shipwrec]
14. DMX Krew – You Can’t Hide Your Love (Aphex Twin Mix] [reissue forthcoming on Fundamental Records]

Mikron guest mix

Mikron’s album Warning Score is out now on Central Processing Unit

Radio: KMAH February Radio Show Archive feat Junq & Shelley Parker

As the weeks fell the show happened to occur twice in February, archives below:


1. Aisha Devi – Seen Shaker [forthcoming Houndstooth]
2. Sensational & Kruton – Power of Thought [forthcoming Power Vacuum]
3. Dmitry Distant – Lobotomy [forthcoming Bass Agenda]
4. Mikron – Warning Score [forthcoming Central Processing Unit]
5. Muslimgauze – Untitled 1985 [Optimo Trax]
6. Second Storey – Elephant Ride [forthcoming Houndstooth]
7. Cignol – Trumcen [Lunar Disco Records]
8. Skee Mask – Melczop 2 [Ilium Tape]
9. The Exaltics – Why [Shipwrec]
10. Surgeon – GN-108036 [Dynamic Tension]
11. Bintus – Live Section #1 [forthcoming Shipwrec]
12. Paul Mac – Borrow The Sound [forthcoming Balkan Vinyl]
13. Annie Hall – Curie [forthcoming Central Processing Unit]

Junq live at null+void label launch party


1. Ecsasketch – Equal Eye [forthcoming Bandcamp]
2. Tim Wright – Can’t Stop (Craig Richards Remix) [ forthcoming The Nothing Special]
3. Bawrut – Ciquita [Ransom Note]
4. Mike Ash – Bad Chorus [forthcoming Super Rhythm Trax]
5. Neil Landstrumm – Salt & Bones [forthcoming Don’t]
6. FRAK – Synthgok [forthcoming Dark Entries]
7. Juan Atkins & Moris Vos Oswald Present Borderland – Riod [forthcoming Tresor]
8. Lossy – Tokyo Arcade [forthcoming Boot Cycle Audio]
9. Silicon Scally – Culture of One []
10. Plant 43 – Infected Biome [Trust]

Shelley Parker guest mix