Today’s Mix of the Day comes courtesy of Phon.o, known to his friends as Carsten Aermes. With releases stretching back to 2001, his last album Black Boulder arrived on Modeselektor’s 50 Weapons imprint this year. This mix, featuring the likes of Jamie xx and Cooly G, pursues the same shadowy muse as that record, moving stealthily between basement club and night bus, loitering between swung, clipped beats, funky house keys and garage’s sparky bump and flex along the way.
What’s that? You want to know what’s been going in our ears this week, reverberating our cochleas and sending broader vibrations throughout our bodies and by extension our audio-addled souls? That’s a coincidence: here’s this week’s Editor’s Choice. – more
Our latest Radio Session goes live today and is bought to us by underground techno provocateur Alland Byallo. Producing and playing music for over a decade, he is an integral part of the American techno scene and has recently signed to Poker Flat for a 12″ EP releases. As well as being a fine techno – more
Mhmmm…Shawarma! Vancouver based illustrator Taizo Yamamoto has used his incredible talent to draw up some detailed images of delicious Arabic food on 11 x14 inch Bristol paper. These hypnotizing meat sticks that we usually stare at on our way home from various nightly activities made us hungry for more. And more we can see here, – more
Berlin Label ~scape just re-released the first three albums from pioneering electronic producer Pole. First released almost a decade ago, Pole’s distinctive collage of dubby bass and glitchy sounds, originating from his broken filter unit (also where he found his moniker) was years ahead of it’s time and remained suitably niche. Fast forward to now – more