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Bleep Mix #36 - Furthur Electronix

Furthur Electronix presents Bleep Mix #36, an acid-drenched journey through the cyber-sounds that influenced the label's landscape, from stone cold Skam/Mask classics to enticing ambience from Global Communication and even the lesser spotted FSOL alias Amorphous Androgynous, while also showcasing the freshest Furthur Electronix trax from Brainwaltzera and Tusken Raiders.

Bleep Mix #36 is an audio education in the sharpest electronica/techno from their minds to yours.

Track List

Arovane - Io (DIN)
Andre Holland - Somewhere In Detroit
Mask 200
Brainwaltzera - rubico acid (Analogical Force)
Mask 400
Global Communication - Incidental Harmony (Dedicated Records)
Jeff Mills - Time Machine (Tomorrow)
Mask 300
Global Communication - 4.02 (Dedicated Records)
Bochum Welt - Phaedra (Axodya)
Amorphous Androgynous - Mountain Goat (Astralwerks)
Global Communication - Remotion
Brainwaltzera - Bewbull (Furthur Electronix)
Tusken Raiders - Inchstar Static EP (Furthur Electronix)

  • Inchstar Static EP
    Tusken Raiders
    Inchstar Static EP
    Furthur Electronix
    Catalogue Number
    FE 007
    Release Date
    August 2018

    Furthur Electronix unearths four astonishingly killer tracks of tribal breakbeat mutations from Tusken Raiders, a short-lived alias from Mike Paradinas that ran between 1995 and 1999 before having to be retired due to George Lucas' lawyers becoming aware of one of the alias via the Bantha Trax EP for legendary 90's electronics label Clear.

    While he was already deeply exploring the outer edge of jungle and UK hardcore, the Tusken Raiders alias saw Mike Paradinas directing us through a vortex towards an alien world of desert landscapes where the only currency was well-rinsed hardcore and jungle 12"s. The soundtrack to this nightmarish vision stepped even further out into the voids of percussive pressure and hypnotic electronics and at times the music sounded like moments of AFX's Analogue Bubblebath 4 being sampled by Muslimgauze for one of his experiments with skull crushing breakbeats.

    Despite being beamed in from the distant past, these newly unearthed Tusken Raiders trax resonate with a truly frantic spirit and energy, one that when placed alongside the current wave of John T. Gast and Nkisi 12"s and the recent splattering of Dom & Roland Dubs From The Dungeons, ensures that the Inchstar Static EP is not only one of the most future-proof/future-shock 12"s you are ever gonna need, but also a vital weapon to be carried in the bag at all times while scanning the ever-growing digital shelves of the cyberpunk desert that is the hardcore continuum.

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    1. 1 Groipnol 6:50 Tusken Raiders
    2. 2 Foifol 5:09 Tusken Raiders
    3. 3 Pollygol 5:12 Tusken Raiders
    4. 4 Blolp 4:54 Tusken Raiders
  • Bewplum
    Furthur Electronix
    Catalogue Number
    Release Date
    June 2018
    • Vinyl, EP

      Out of stock
      • Bleep Exclusive
      • Limited to 100 copies
      • Red Transparent Vinyl
      • Handstamped
      • B side are lock-grooves
      • Strictly one per customer

    • Vinyl, 12"

      Out of stock
      • Limited to 200 copies
      • Blue Transparent Vinyl
      • Handstamped
      • B side are lock-grooves
      • Strictly one per customer

    Bleep Exclusive Red Vinyl Repress

    Currently causing quite a stir on certain online record sites, Brainwaltzera's insanely good Bewplum EP released via the highly collectable Furthur Electronix imprint is has a strictly limited repress. Bewplum finds Brainwaltzera shaping up two tracks of halftime breakcore that sit somewhere between Venetian Snares' Rossz Csillag Alatt Született, and a goth-techno deconstruction of Portishead.

    Coming loaded up with six locked grooves for maximum DJ destruction and wizardry, it's the two long-form tracks here that truly justify the hype. On the A, Slagplum_rubick v.5 starts with some melancholic pads that wander around a sample bank of looping breaks that roll at a forgiving pace, the overwhelming emo-esque feel is solidified by a siren cry of vocals that call out over some serious hollow man grime synths. While it carries a love of slowed down hip and trip-hop, its approach to production is undeniably hardcore and as such, means it stands as one of the greatest yet unexpected gems in Brainwaltzera's discography to date.

    Bewbull [dusty_pot jam] meanwhile goes further down the rabbit hole of wrong speed record blues. Again, the slower than average tempo is key to what makes it so good, leaving behind the frantic drum & bass rhythms of his previous work the expansive new frame offered by the slower steps gives Brainwaltzera's music real time to breathe and take in its surroundings. Proper head squashing stuff that seems to only exist in an alien landscape of zero gravity sounds and liquid drums that float into place around each other on an endless loop. Brilliantly capturing the emotional vibe of Slagplum_rubick v.5 yet pushing even further outward into oblivion.

    We'd advise acting fast with this one as this 12" is set to vanish quicker than any genre pigeonhole you may have chosen to place Brainwaltzera within.

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    1. 1 A1- Slagplum_rubick v.5 5:05 Brainwaltzera
    2. 2 A2- Bewbull [dusty_pot jam] 5:03 Brainwaltzera
    3. 3 B1- Flaningale (Lockedgroove)   Brainwaltzera
    4. 4 B2- Ambupop (Lockedgroove)   Brainwaltzera
    5. 5 B3- Bewduck (Lockedgroove)   Brainwaltzera
    6. 6 B4- Sinclair (Lockedgroove)   Brainwaltzera
    7. 7 B5- Jaykayjaykayjaykay (Lockedgroove)   Brainwaltzera
    8. 8 B6- Wash_cloud. (Lockedgroove)   Brainwaltzera

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