filtered compilation


Filtered

A compilation of fresh new electronic artists

Last year, Bleep started a project to explore the musical underground - a seemingly infinite amount of talented music makers yet to be discovered.

Bleep alongside partners Warp Records, SoundCloud, and Transition Mastering Studios, reviewed over 4,000 demo tracks to get to this stage...

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Today, we finally see the Filtered compilation revealed. Included in the compilation is 10 tracks (plus 2 bonus tracks only available on Bleep) - filtered and hand-picked especially for this compilation, spanning the length and breadth of the many sub-genres that make up electronic music today.

From the textured ambience of Hugo Frederick’s opening track, ‘Paper + Felt’, to the electro-bashment drum patterns of Corticyte’s ‘Impulse 101’, the glitchy rhythmic geometry of S_P_A_C_E_S’ ‘Apologies’, right through to the acoustic berimbau and heavily percussive compositions of imagineAM’s, ‘Slang’. It remains a diverse and fascinating insight into the new wave of yet-to-be discovered producers that the international electronic underground is comprised of.




So far the project has received support from the likes of Jamie xx, Mary Anne Hobbs, Benji B, Alex Nut (Eglo Records), Objekt, Thristian Boiler Room, Plaid, Philip Sherburne, Tom Ravenscroft and press support from The Wire, Hyponik, XLR8R, The Guardian Guide, and Clash magazine.

For more details on the Filtered project, you can head over to our Filtered Tumblr where we will be posting a series of exclusive mixes, track streams, news and downloads from the project.

Check out some of the artists involved on the right hand side, to get an insight into the way that they music and how they came to be involved with Filtered. Stream the promo mix below and of course, feel free to support the music and buy the release.

A special thanks goes out to our partners in Filtered:
Warp Records, SoundCloud and Transition Mastering Studios.

Filtered artwork by: Optigram