Gazelle Twin – ‘Outer Body’ Mix for I-D Magazine

 

Elizabeth Bernholz made a mix for I-D… It features a track from fellow Moon Ray artist, Bernholz‘s upcoming LP ‘How things Are Made’, two tracks from 18yr old producer Don’t Look (who recently supported Gazelle Twin’s live show at the Green Door Store in Brighton), and two unreleased tracks by GT herself. Full tracklisting below.

 

“Gazelle Twin does things differently, creating a lane of her own within the music world. As she steps up to provide this week’s Slumber Session, let the Brighton-based singer and producer take you on a disturbing journey through time, space and sleep.” I-D

 

Tracklist:

Whistle and I’ll Come To You (audio excerpt) – BBC (1968)
Car Wash Fountain – Felix Blume (Freesound user)
Tranquil – Don’t Look
Ancestors – Bjork
Untitled – Tara The Android (John Bergeron)
Archaica I – Gori Women’s Choir
Waiting Area – Cognito Perceptu (Freesound user)
GreenScreenRefrigerator (audio excerpt) – Mark Leckey
Surge – Don’t Look
Mortuos Plango, Vivos Voco – Jonathan Harvey
Mesopotamia – Bernholz
C-Cat Trance – Dean Blunt & Inga Copeland
FAR – Katie Gately
Wormhole (Solaris) – Cliff Martinez
I Can Move It – Gazelle Twin
Lst Ctrl – Zebra Katz
Tchuti Sevdiani Simtchera: I. Lento – Gori Women’s Choir
Outer Body – Gazelle Twin

Best of 2013 Mixtape by Jarrod Dean / Don’t Look

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Earlier this year we introduced Jarrod Dean aka Don’t Look, an intriguing 17 yr-old DJ and Producer who makes, mixes and manipulates music and sound into unsettling but thoroughly engaging DJ sets, soundscapes, EPs and mixtapes.

 

For New Year’s Eve 2013, Jarrod has made a brand new playlist for us, this time serving up a pleasingly industrial alternative to the usual end of year countdown ‘hit’ records. Enjoy.

 

2013 is quickly drawing to a close, and blogs, magazines and critics from every corner of the internet are posting their album of the year rankings. As is the annual tradition. Lists are dull and grating, especially when the majority contain the same undeserved Vampire Weekend and Arcade Fire albums, so I thought I’d celebrate this years’ musical accomplishments with a mix instead. Through Noise, Jungle, Grime, Techno and several other mishmashes of genres, here are 20 of my favourite tunes from the last 12 months presented in a half-hour set. – Jarrod Dean / Don’t Look

 

 

TRACKLIST

 

Cut Hands – Madwoman
Perc & Truss – Spiker
Akkord – Navigate
Mumdance & Logos – Truth
Etch – Lost Methods
Wen – Spark It
Emptyset – Fragment
Mincemeat or Tenspeed – Drooman
Pete Swanson – Grounds For Arrest
Anne-James Chaton – Évenément27
Ango – Smile XXL
Walton – Baby
Bambounou – Brim
Swifta Beater – Food Move
Mala – Changes (Harmonimix)
Ekoplekz – Probic Vent
Blank Banshee – Metal Rain
John Cohen – Sweet Tester
Young Echo – Umoja
Special Request – Capsules

 

 

Back 2 School mixtape.

Here’s a mixtape to beat the September blues (bounced from one side of a C90). There’s no real theme to the music except for the usual shabby glory and fuzzed-out sadness. It’s a collection of mostly quite rare tunes I’ve come across and wanted to share, with a few new bits I’ve been really enjoying slipped in as well.

 

Stream it above or download via Mediafire.

 

Here’s the tracklist:

1 Shine – Slowdive
2 Ca Plane Pour Moi – Sonic Youth
3 Drive It All Over Me – My Bloody Valentine
4 Holy Are You – The Electric Prunes
5 Heave – Gauntlet Hair
6 Slow Death – Juggernaut
7 Rock Stars – Active Ingredients
8 Nothing Left To Lose – The Wipers
9 Too Shy (Instrumental Mix) – Kajagoogoo
10 How Much Are They? (12″ Mix) – Holger Czukay, Jah Wobble, Jaki Liebezeit
11 Synthy – Peaking Lights
12 One For Now – Zavijavi Orchestra

May 2011 mix by Bernholz

This mix was originally on a C-90 for Alex Raoul as a birthday gift at the beginning of May (hence the image above, and it’s considerable length). At his insistence, here it is in all it’s glory. The title refers to the exciting and uncertain time this has been made as a backdrop to. It features some of my favourite tracks and artists from the last year or so who seem to share similar aesthetics.

Arabic Spring Night Time Mix – May 2011 by Bernholz on Mixcloud

‘Zoo hypothesis’ – Laurel Halo
‘Angel chromosome’ – C V L T S
‘Endeavour’ – Dylan Ettinger
‘Solaris’ – Emmanuel Tegel
‘6’ – Bernholz

‘Hagasuxzzavol’ – Maria Minerva

‘Try to make yourself a work of art’ – Julia Holter

‘Food pyramid’ – E-Harmony

‘Someone chasing someone through a house’ – Umberto

‘Mirror sequence’ – Pye Corner Audio

‘Choral’ – Mountains

‘The falling age’ – Julia Holter

‘Aquifer’ – Laurel Halo

‘Birthright’ – Dinosaur Bones (CFCF remix)

‘Nights over Egypt’

Here are some other mixes by a couple of the artists off the first tape;

SELF-TITLED NEEDLE EXCHANGE 047 MINUTES FROM MIRAGE by LAUREL HALO

subbacultcha mixtape by C V L T S