This week’s mix is a sublimely-paced volley of off-kilter techno from London-based composer and electronic artist Beatrice Dillon. We love the simmering, optimistic drive of Beatrice’s music, and this mix speaks the same energising language. Continuing her interest in enhancing music visually, Beatrice has paired her mix with one of Duchamp’s 1935 Rotoreliefs – a series of spirals to be spun on revolving turntables.
Beatrice’s sought after album Blues Dances has just been reissued on cassette by Where to Now? – snap one up while you can. Words from Beatrice below!
First is Spring Heel Jack’s Root Remix. All of John and Ashley’s music is inspiring. Then Korpi by Vladislav Delay, then Space Pong by T++. Then Matt Krefting’ Mania’ – beautiful, wierdly-sad piano music. Then a segment of ‘Da Tosse’ by Ondness. Then ‘Bonus Break’ from the recent Shinichi Atobe LP. Ending with Santo and Johnny’s wierdly-spooky hit ‘Sleepwalk’. (Thanks MK and JM)