Podcasts

UNSOUND PODCAST #14 - Catz 'n Dogz

First we take Berlin and Szczecin, and then the rest of the world - since 2008 Polish duo Catz N Dogz has ruled the dancefloors. Their refreshing mixture of house is as elusive, evolving and constantly morphing, exactly like the whole club music scene of today.
At Unsound, Catz N Dogz will participate in Resident Advisor's RA Live Exchange discussion panels, and play at Mutations 1: Techno Rebels on October 14th. As a warm-up, they have chosen a few recent favourites.

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UNSOUND PODCAST #13 - Demdike Stare's Unsounded Podcast

This is one of the best podcasts we've put here on Unsound's humble soundcloud page. In fact, when we heard it we almost decided to start our own record label.
It from the duo Demdike Stare, a dark and evocative collage whose slow-moving twists and turns wrap their way around the listener like a long length of sonic rope. The mix perfectly intersects with Unsound's 2010 theme, "Horror - the pleasure of fear and unease."
Not much more to say other than LISTEN TO IT and spread the word.
The guys will perform live at Unsound on 21.10.2010.


Track listing is below...
bbc radiophonic workshop - horror sequence 3
suum cuique - entropy
demdike stare - untitled concrete 1
the caretaker - deleted scenes
demdike stare - Untitled Concrete 2
edgar froese - epsilon in malaysian pale
clifford jordan quartet - john coltrane (loop)
la vampires vs zola jesus - searching
demons - untitled lathe
demdike stare - east india trading co
jazzfinger -orange sauce
suum cuique - even in death (loop)

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UNSOUND PODCAST #12 - JOEL MARTIN'S BAPTISM BY BLOOD

Joel Martin is not only one half of Quiet Village (along with Matt Edwards of Radio Slave). He's also out together several compilations of library music, including 2004’s “Dawn of the Dead – The Unreleased Score”, featuring original music cues used in the legendary Zombie flick. Joel used some of these tracks when supervising background music for the legendary zombie-comedy film “Shaun of the Dead”.
Here Joel's used his knowledge and ear to stitch together a slithering, many-headed creature guarding the gates of hell. “Baptism by Blood” incorporates everything from the trailer to Argento's "Deep Red", famous horror scores, their lesser known counterparts, as well as horror related afro/reggae and electronica and evil-sounding voices rasping highly evocative words from time to time.
If this doesn't get you in the mood for Unsound 2010's "Horror" theme, we don't know what will.
By the way, Joel is not only going to DJ with Cherrystones as an intro to Emeralds and Goblin on 24.10, he’s also the co-curator of Unsound's panel discussion and Q + A series and will interview the likes of Goblin and Alan Howarth at Unsound, as well as speak about the use of library music in exploitation movies

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UNSOUND PODCAST #11 - Spatial Live at Freerotation

We're tickled pink that Spatial will be appearing at Unsound Festival at Bass Mutations, as part of a line up in one of two rooms co-presented with New York label "The Index".
With three EP's on Infrasonics, Spatial's productions explore the world of post garage and dub techno via a carefully selected array of sonic tools. They display a meticulous attention to detail and a strong tendency towards experimentation.
To celebrate his Unsound appearance, Spatial has given us a recent recording of a set he played at the UK festival Freerotation. The set contains dubplates and upcoming releases from all sorts of corners of the UK's rapidly evolving club scene.
Appearing at the end of the mix is a treat from Spatial's own forthcoming 10", out very soon on Infransonics. Called infra004, click HERE for track samples.

 

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