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MTT 154 / Flexible Construct

Posted by Cameron Vanderzanden on . Updated . Tags: anonradio, dj mix, electro, movement through thought, music, radio. Fediverse thread.

MTT154 Spectrogram

Fast ~140 BPM electro, featuring a few new-to-me tracks from Adam Jay, Aloka, and MANASYt.

This mix (like most of MTT Year 3) is no longer available for download here. Get in touch with me at the email address listed at the top of this page if you want a copy of it.

  1. Luke Eargoggle / Ambulance 00:00
  2. Hydraulix / Krunk 01:16
  3. Adam Jay / Fragmented Simulation 04:48
  4. Luke Eargoggle / Freaks Are Spinning 08:05
  5. Lowfish / 8 Op 11:16
  6. Brice Kelly / The Unseen 14:32
  7. MANASYt / Incest Sect 18:02
  8. Composite Profuse / Kommando Amphora 21:30
  9. Das Muster / Wellenformen 25:12
  10. Drexciya / The Plankton Organization 28:06
  11. Kan3da / Photoptarmosis 30:55
  12. Scape One / Shockwave Rider 34:23
  13. Elecktroids / Floatation 38:01
  14. Photodementia / Anhydrosis 41:12
  15. Aloka / Convex 42:34
  16. Alavux / Do Dat 45:34
  17. N-ter / Memories 49:43
  18. MAS 2008 / Adrenalin Rush 52:02
  19. OGB / Frogs Sporn 56:26
  20. ScanOne / Trek Trak 57:22

The first new track in this mix is Fragmented Simulation by Adam Jay, from his album Inoperable Data on Detroit Underground. If electro is some combination of techno and hiphop, then Inoperable Data is tilted more to the techno end. It reminds me of The Advent's electro tracks on Kombination Research, but much brighter. I like it; I'll be playing more from it in the coming weeks, once I've had time to absorb the tracks.

The next new release is MANASYt's Inferior Subjects on MUSAR Recordings, represented here with the song Incest Sect. The song, and the whole release, is typical MANASYt: dark and tough. Good stuff. It reminds me of his album for Bunker and his collaboration with Beta Evers, which makes sense, as MUSAR says the album is a collection of unreleased 2000s material.

Aloka's Concave, Convex is also relatively new-to-me. It's the first release on the forward-thinking Typeless Records, famous for their two Phalanx compilations. I've seen people talking about XTX3 by Aloka recently; if you like that track, check out Concave, Convex.

That's it for notes. Next show will be lower tempo. Maybe something suitably icy, given my local weather.

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