Kirsti from Null+Void has very kindly provided a recording of her set for Plex Vs Brackout for us (Not Brackout @ Bloc as I say during the recording…) so we’ve 25 mins of blistering electro-based beats, and in addition, new music from Blackmass Plastics, Old Apparatus, Oak, Carl Brown, and many more.
We’ve reached our 50th show, and to celebrate, we’ve a mix i’ve been looking forward to playing for months. Over the last two years we’ve showcased music from some of the most exciting and interesting new acts around, and some of the most thrilling has come from the Mothers Against Noise crew and Broken Bubble label. Two of their primary artists, Duskky and Hurtdeer, have combined to present a mix of 100/200bpm beats which is up there with the best mixes we’ve heard this year, and we’re proud to present it on our 50th show. Featuring exclusive tracks from both DJs, plus music from wAgAwAgA, Cognidubus and Krest, this is one that’ll stay on your iPod (or other brand mp3 player) for some time.
In addition, we’ve new music from Lee J. Malcolm, Galaxian, Bop, Samiyam, Zzzzra , Indulin, Baobinga and Randomer, Alan Morse Davis, Missqulater and many more.
This week we’ve a special mix from Coco Bryce and Shepherd to celebrate the upcoming Peer Pressure event, 24-26th June in Ghent, Belgium. The two have put together a mix of various acts appearing over the weekend including Plaid, Fantastic Mr Fox, Slugabed and more, and we’re happy to broadcast such a fine collection.
In addition, there’s new music from Funckarma, Paradox, dBridge, Phoenecia, Aliceffekt, The Gasman, Rotodrone, Sigha and more, plus details of some upcoming Centrifuge events you should be looking out for.
Back with a stonker this week – recorded live at Metalworks for The Centrifuge’s Japan Fundraiser, we’ve a truly eclectic hour from the master of beats that is Point B (Combat/Bonus Round). Fresh from his recent KWAQ release on Bonus Round, it’s an hour of techno and dubstep flavours both dark and bouncy. A truly great hour of tunes we’re chuffed to have on the show.
In addition, new music from dBridge, Cause 4 Concern, iqtu, Raoul Sinier, Submerse, Rival Consoles, th’idiot, Fushara, Nakion and more.
A double whammy for you this week! Firstly, we’ve an interview with Anticon’s emoglitchhop wunderkind Will Wiesenfeld aka Baths. Recorded just before his recent show at Cargo, Will talked about the royal wedding, being on Anticon, his current musical obsession (Azeda Booth) and a whole lot more. Then, when we realised the recorder hadn’t worked, he very graciously sat through and went all over it again.
After that, we’ve an exclusive guest mix from Datacrashrobot. Hailing from Bucharest, he’s put together an hour of his trademark glitch stylings for us. Regular listeners will know his releases on Crazy Language from previous shows, and he’s put together a stormer for us here.
This week we broadcast Live from Metalworks in Islington as The Centrifuge and Splutter hosted a night of electronica in aid of Peace Winds Japan. We played the usual selection of great new music including tunes from Boddika, Scrubber Fox, Volitune, Ruby My Dear, Amon Tobin, Red Snapper and more. Unfortunately the planned interviews didn’t come off, as due to a last minute cancellation people were running around trying to fix things up. So, two hours of tunes from Ursa it is…
After the tragic events in Japan recently, everyone wants to do something to contribute to the relief effort. Here at The Centrifuge, we’re teaming up with Splutter for a charity night at Islington Metalworkz on April 28th featuring Mike Dred, Monster X, Icarus, Point B and many more. Luke’s Anger, who also plays, has very kindly given us a 45m mix (originally recorded for crankthesteza.org) to get us in the mood. More details can be found at http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=206431512718104.
A master of glitched out production and heavy bass, Rob’s music as Vaetxh has as much to offer fans of Autechre and Alva Noto as it does fans of Vex’d and Kryptic Minds. You’ll be hearing a lot more from him over the next few months, and this 30 minute mix of his own material is a great place to start.