This week’s top mixes include Elena Colombi’s Industrial Abstractions, JD Twitch’s Balearic Rhythms and Bérite Club Music with Teki Latex.

Elena Colombi’s Industrial Abstractions. NTS resident Elena Colombi, who has become a regular feature of underground parties in London, joins Dekmantel for its latest podcast. Her hour-long selection of industrial and metallic abstractions has an underlying angst, choosing from a seemingly timeless wellspring of post punk, industrial and new wave music. Stream and download above.

JD Twitch’s Balearic Rhythms. JD Twitch, co-founder of famous the Glasgow club night Optimo, founded in 1997, presents a digitised tape compilation of industrial, EBM and post punk music through the Madrid-based industrial collective Unlocked Youth. The tape will be available via Monorail Music in a couple of weeks. Stream above.

Bérite Club Music with Teki Latex. Parisian DJ Teki Latex presents a collection of tracks representing a manifesto for a new generation of producers to build on a newly flourishing French genre, named Bérite, which draws from a love for grime, US club styles, ballroom and kudero. Stream and download above, track listing here.

The Far-Out Sounds of Throwing Snow. A session for Late Night Tales from London-based producer Throwing Snow, aka Ross Tones, recorded live last month at the The Small Horse Social Club in Bristol. Tones cuts a path through two hours and 18 minutes of sublime wide-ranging, far-out sounds from from Jai Paul to Foreigner via Owiny Sigoma Band, Romare and Floating Points. Stream above.

Blanck Mass’s Celebration of the Weird and Wonderful. Solid Steel podcast presents Fuck Buttons member Benjamin John Power under his Blanck Mass moniker, ahead of the release of his album World Eater, which is coming out on Sacred Bones, 3rd March. “The more jarring the better. These tracks were chosen as a celebration of the weird and the wonderful,” he explains. Stream and download above, track listing here.

Breach’s Red Light Radio Show. Amsterdam-based producer and DJ Breach, aka Ben Westbeech, with an hour-long whirlwind tour through psychedelic jams and avant-garde textures on his Red Light Radio show. He explains that “it delves into the devils belly and back out again, with a special BBC recording of In Camera and a first play of The Everyone”. Stream above, track listing here.

6th February, 2017

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