After kicking off with an atmospheric rhythmic rock number from prog lords King Crimson, Peder Mannerfelt’s contribution to Bleep’s mix series settles into a run of driving leftfield club tracks. By blending entries from artists like Amazondotcom, Griffit Vigo and Robert Hood, Mannerfelt expertly straddles the line between classic techno modes and more progressive broken-beat innovations in the first half of this mix. The tempo picks up around the forty-minute mark, with Mannerfelt running 140 bpm joints that enmesh genres like dubstep, bassweight techno and junglist breaks. The final quarter of an hour may find Mannerfelt stripping out the pounding rhythms, but the mix remains arresting to the last - be it offering a widescreen, largely weightless collaboration between Mannerfelt and Louisahhh or Junior Delgado’s rocksteady dub-reggae joint ‘Midnight Rave’.
A few words from Peder:
"I chose a few tracks that I enjoy and sequenced them in a order, one after the other. Some are old some are new and some haven’t even been released yet. Feel free to dance or space out or whatevers."