A weekly rundown of mixes and radio shows we’ve been enjoying…
“Is this the KLF? Who knows…”
An exhumed session, (probably) recorded around 1989 in the Trancentral studio located in the basement of Jimmy Cauty’s former squat. Not exactly a mix, but we felt like chucking it in.
Dollkraut was the last guest on Elena Colombi‘s killer NTS show. Synth music for dystopian landscapes, fuelled by coal-fired ’80s vitality and thick, black mascara. You know it’s good when they finish with Nitzer Ebb.
A blend of amorphous, avant-garde electronics from the Daze & Confused and Resident Advisor contributor, Flora Yin-Wong. Not for the faint hearted. She also made a contribution to the excellent PAN’s mono no aware compilation that’s well worth checking out.
Not sure whether there’s a single Trushmix contribution that we haven’t enjoyed, and this is no exception. Rat Salad back at the controls on the Fett Burger-curated series for a fifth time. Is that a record? Probably.