Twixt Two Worlds

On Friday 31 October 2014 we hosted an event at Towner, the contemporary art gallery in Eastbourne. Our evening of music and film was inspired by Towner’s current exhibition, ‘Twixt Two Worlds’, which explores the relationship between still photography and film. Our event featured DJ sets of ambient and experimental electronic music by Acquaintance and Bernholz, and a reconstruction of Acquaintance’s set is now on Mixcloud. The set includes classic ambient sounds from Pete Namlook, Gas, Jochem Paap, and others, alongside more recent material by Eva Bowan, Somni, Rosen, and Acquaintance himself.


Acquaintance’s Ambient Mix by Anti-Ghost Moon Ray on Mixcloud

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

 

 

Deep Acid




I’ve made a YouTube playlist of some very deep acid. These are some of the most hypnotic moments in electronic music, all based around the 303 synthesizer. Be prepared for long tracks that take their time to develop entrancing patterns of arpeggiated synth lines and intense rhythms.


Here’s the tracklist:


1. Choice – Acid Eiffel
2. Hardfloor – Trancescript
3. Plastikman – Marbles
4. Baby Ford – Crashing
5. Recondite – Tie In
6. James Jack Rabbit Martin – Only Wanted To Be (Acid Version)
7. Phuture – Inside Out (Pierre’s Wild Pitch Mix)
8. James Blanco – Night Closure
9. Achterbahn D’Amour – Trance Me Up (I Wanna Go Higher) (Skudge Remix)
10. Rocky Jones – The Choice Of A New Generation (Choice Of The Underground)
11. Tin Man – Plastic Arts


It lasts about an hour and a half. I’ve chosen the best uploads available, and many are ‘HD’, so I’d recommend that you select the highest-quality for each video when it starts.