Annual performances in Detroit and a ruthless circuit in Melbourne. Matt Radovich ticks all the boxes.
“…deep and hypnotic archetype, heavily relying on percussive elements and found sound…”
A true pioneering contributor to the Melbourne scene delivers an excellent mix of 2 hours in length.
A narrative of the dichotomy experienced in the internal world – the ebb and flow between the voices that inform the self.
Having recently moved from Perth to Berlin, Tred offers up his European influences so far.
One half of Bomphcast and Back Burners, Fergus Sweetland presents his offering.
An avid constructor and participator in the Melbourne techno scene serves up a charring mix.
PWD is a Melbourne local with a 2013 European tour under his belt. The mix is lush and full of power.
Sweden born and Melbourne based DJ, music blogger and producer Sundelin knows how to deliver a dynamic and organic underground sound.
When both Brian Eno and Developer are used in the same mix, you know you’re in for a treat. A good read in here too.
As he looked up from the modular, electricity sparked from the tips of his hairs. A new patch had been found.
A funky and ambient mix, sporting well placed vocal segments and compositionally rich sections.
The compressor let a single bead of sweat roll down its interface and braced itself for what was to come.
On the peak of Mount Cone a beige laden man squints against the ice daggers, his beard ruffles and one loose hair departs – “Storms coming”
The shuttle rattled through hyperspace and as our bones melted, the music began to play.
Beneath the earth, the fire and flames and the bones of memories past, Luigi Tozzi stands.
With a slow rise and steep descent, Jordan Peters delivers pound for pound, quality techno.
As the cloaked figure turned around, he took a piece of paper from his pocket and presented it. Upon it one word was written, ‘Charred’.
A mangled crow perches on the skeletal remains of an olive tree. It turns slightly and is pleased with what it sees. “Mr Andrew Boie, to what do I owe the pleasure”.
Darkness that is simple and of top quality. Sit in front of the F1 and have a sick one.
An immersive and musical mix from the Sarantis brothers incorporating influences from both sides. It’s another sizzler.
Sly Faux will sizzle you with a blend of unreleased goodies made with a hybrid DJ/Live setup.
Total destruction of the core by the man from Schwerin and mixed on vinyl. This is one of the darker journeys.
Leave your crayons at home, letters from the underworld are written with charcoal.
The Italian describes his sound as “functional techno with hits of soul”, a focus that clearly presents itself in this mix.