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Bleep Mix #71 - Logos

Logos has been releasing some of the most engaging leftfield dance music to come out over the last few years. His Different Circles label that he runs with longtime collaborator Mumdance has been consistently unique and has provided a platform for other artists operating in a similar sphere such as Chevel, Szare and Raime.

For his Bleep mix Logos provides a varied and eclectic take on the current state of electronic music and gives us an insight into the sounds that make him tick.

Track List

Dale Cornish - Enhex Pattern 6
Pessimist and Karim Maas - A5
Mr. Mitch - Not Modular (The Bug raw mix)
Logos - Flash Forward
Werkbund - Allseele
Aardvark - Bloom 4
Cosmin TRG - Brixtonstrasse
Rod Modell - ITO
Shed - Acid Drift
Sam Kerridge - The I Is Nothing
Basic Channel - Phylyps Base
Rod Modell - Riga
Demdike Stare - Sourcer
Werkbund - Falke
Not Glass - Pauper Ubique lacet
David Sylvian - Brilliant Trees
Nebulo - YYY
Automatonism #2 - Pink Adagio
Hard Education sampler / Surgeon - Downwards
Digital - Reaction (Creative Source)
Miss Red - Prayers

  • Imperial Flood
    Imperial Flood
    Different Circles
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    Release Date
    April 2019
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    It’s fair to say that Imperial Flood, the sophomore LP from Logos, has been a topic of discussion for a while now. More than half a decade has passed since the producer issued his debut solo full-length (2013’s Cold Mission, out through Keysound), and the intervening years have seen Logos drop several EPs and work extensively with Mumdance. We’ve all been eager to see how his recent developments would translate onto a new full-length.

    The answer is - not in the way you might think. Anyone looking for more of the weighty grime-techno hybrids that Logos has got down to a fine art these past few years needs to leave those expectations at the door. Apart from a couple of moments towards the back end of Imperial Flood, this is not a record geared for the club.

    What Logos does here is retool his sound so that it now takes in weightless grime, IDM, folk electronics and abstract drum ‘n’ bass. The ghostly rave synths, use of silence and sudden eruptions of rhythm are all weapons we’ve seen Logos deploy before, but rather than serving a soundsystem banger we now find them used to create eerie, cinematic ambiences. Logos cites the likes of J. G. Ballard and Christopher Priest as inspirations, and a similar sense of English eeriness pervades this record. As such, Imperial Flood owes as much to the likes of James Leyland Kirby, The Black Dog and Ghost Box Records as it does to the contemporary British dancefloor.

    Imperial Flood is at once a radical diversion from, and a logical progression of, the sound Logos has been honing over the past few years. It is a curious, mystical and haunting record that will stay with you long after the last track is done.

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    Digital Track List

    1. 1 Arrival (T2 Mix) Logos 3:13 Buy
    2. 2 Marsh Lantern Logos 2:09 Buy
    3. 3 Flash Forward (Ambi Mix) Logos 4:23 Buy
    4. 4 Lighthouse Dub Logos 4:42 Buy
    5. 5 Omega Point Logos 2:57 Buy
    6. 6 Zoned In (feat. Mumdance) Logos 6:57 Buy
    7. 7 Occitan Twilight Pyre Logos 2:37 Buy
    8. 8 Stentorian Logos 4:07 Buy
    9. 9 Weather System Over Plaistow Logos 3:08 Buy
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