Reptant’s addition to Bleep’s new mix series is a fine demonstration of the squelching strain of electro that the Australian producer has slipped into the water supply over the past few years. Beginning with a fizzing (and unreleased) soundscape from the producer himself, the rest of this hour-long set deals in the kind of technoid machine-funk mutations that will appeal to fans of imprints like Planet Euphorique and Central Processing Unit. Tunes come from esteemed artists such as Annie Hall, Datassette and Sansibar as well as further productions from Reptant himself - again, some of which are unreleased at the time of writing.
"A mix between of eerie introspection, uneasiness and a fighting drive bridged with broken rhythm and a new fetish for high frequency bleeps. This mix was recorded in isolation and seems to capture everything I was feeling at the time, all the ups and downs, one track a time. Containing plenty of unheard material from friends and I."