Edinburgh's analogue beast-man takes everyone to school with a new half-live, half-DJed set of raging bangers including a taste of his new Modini project.
About this mix
I call this my Swallow Me Whole Mix. Hardware made, hardware generated live set direct from my tom-cat mess garage / studio - The Witness Rooms in Edinburgh - of new forthcoming material and unreleased works. My collaborative project with Hostage, named Modini, features heavily here with tracks from the new 12" Tart coming this month on Glasgow's Dixon Avenue Basement Jams label and the unreleased Modini track that poses the question: "Get the answer right; How do you go to sleep at night ?"
Answer: I Live To Give
Other novelties and trinkets in the mix are a recent Bangface Weekender inspired jam, a track where "I Trade My Ass For Drugs" and a Chi-town inspired warning against prolonged tanning in the desert sun. The mix is interspersed with my own "Live Bollocks" patterns of joy and the painful: rhythmic gnashing of teeth. I showcase my moche gem from Sunil Sharpe's Earwiggle label called "The Rise of Slime" just in time for the Tory Party's general election campaign and we revisit a memory of eating "Cheeseburgers with Beltram" in Brooklyn many moons ago.
This recent journey through the sullying of my own good character ends with ripping off said Beltram's "Energy Flash" with a unique personal take on the track finally dry climaxing with "Mr Weird Loves Candyfloss" lifted directly from my last LP, Dragon Under. Available now in all good skips round Europe. P.S. can the person that started that Facebook artist profile in my name please take it down now. I don't like it.
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