MTT 298 / Show Me How

Posted by Cameron Vanderzanden on in articles, tracklists. Tags: , , , , , . Fediverse thread. Work file.

MTT298 Spectrogram

An hour of electro old & new at approx. 130. New tracks include one from Cignol's forthcoming Binary Choices EP and one from Exhausted Modern's recent Notions Of Causality EP. Plus a few tracks from CPU Records, a few from Pyramid Transmissions, and a long one by Silicon Scally.

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No. Artist / Title Start
01. Juno Lazermachine / Internet Worm 00:00
02. ADJ & Pathic / Highdiver 02:31
03. DJ Life / Squar 07:31
04. Nullptr / Sweet Luna 11:30
05. Alva Recek / Soma Red 15:43
06. üNN / Reality (Sniper Mode Remix) 19:48
07. Aloka / Concave 23:47
08. Morphology / Dark Flow 28:14
09. T.E.S.T. / This And That 31:58
10. Cignol / Validity Movement 35:56
11. Pathic / Broken Branch 41:29
12. Exhausted Modern / Medium = Message 46:14
13. Silicon Scally / Entron 49:22
14. Versalife / Ionization 55:22
15. Scape One / Syntax Morphing 60:14

Alright so the two new tracks here are #10 Validity Movement by Cignol and #12 Medium = Message by Exhausted Modern. According to the bandcamp page Validity Movement is technically not out yet - it's listed as releasing on November 15th. The full track is available though (and I hope I haven't stepped on any toes playing it). I highly recommend the release it's from, Cignol's Binary Choices EP, the whole thing is excellent. Medium = Message is from the Notions Of Causality EP on Brokntoys, slow weirdness and a couple solid tracks around 130, also good & definitely worth a listen.

Much of the end of this mix is taken up by one track, Silicon Scally's Entron, from the 2002 album Mr. Machine originally released on SCSI-AV. I generally try to avoid letting tracks run long but in this case I think it's warranted. It seems to me that many Silicon Scally tracks are long builds like Entron. Cutting them short by mixing out early feels like a disservice to the music. Anyway Entron is is terrific, dramatic & moody, and so is Mr. Machine, a classic from the SCSI-AV catalog. If you've never heard it before check it out at Mr. Finlow's bandcamp.

And that's 298. Thanks for listening, if you hear a track you like then please consult the links above, check out the full release, and consider supporting the artist with a purchase. I'll be back next week with another mix, something slower, as is my habit.


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