Matmos

#284 – Matmos, AYA, Planet Battagon, Boris, Mimi Zulu

Music to stretch your ears to on the show this week, with lots of wonderful mammoth tunes, including the sublime new track from Matmos, which clocks in just shy of ten minutes.

We’re also honoured to have a premiere of the fabulous new Planet Battagon track on the On the Corner Records dancefloor sampler, which is out later this month. Sticking with the dancefloor, there’s experimental cuts from AYA, mysterious French artist Floco Floco, and the brilliant Reece Cox. There’s the latest from Japanese sludgelords Boris and a whole lot more.

Tracklisting
Reece Cox – Clan 2 (iDEAL Recordings, Sweden)
Cop Funeral – Time Enough At Last (Dead Already Tapes, USA)
Boris – Loveless (Fangs Anal Satan, Japan)
AYA – delishus (YCO, UK)
UKAEA – Side 1 (Where the Tide Broke) (Bunkland, UK)
Planet Battagon – Endeavour Tugg Luke (On the Corner, UK)
Divide and Dissolve – RVR (Saddle Creek, USA)
Floco Floco – On m’a dit (Full Length Mix) (Versatile Records, France)
Matmos – No Concept (Thrill Jockey, USA)
Mimi Zulu – For Your Flight (self-release, USA)

Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston

#217 – Theon Cross, L’orgasme Masochiste, Pye Corner Audio, Black Chama, Matmos

After the mellow nature of last week’s podcast, this week we’ve dug out a bit more of the nasty. Not least some cracking synth-led sounds from Serbia, Uruguay, and Israel. We also have new ones from old favourites Pye Corner Audio and Matmos amongst tuba toting Theon Cross, Indonesian house and loads more.

Tracklisting
Stevie Whisper – The Crying Wolf (YES, Serbia)
Mark Pritchard – Come Let Us (Warp Records, UK)
Black Chama – God of Chama (Raash Records, Israel)
Matmos – Plastic Anniversary (Thrill Jockey, USA)
Somesurprises – What Makes (Crash Symbols Records, USA)
Theon Cross – The Offerings (Gearbox Records, UK)
L’orgasme Masochiste – Electrocutofilia (self-release, Uruguay)
Pye Corner Audio – Hollow Earth (Ghost Box, UK)
Artificial – Adios Amigo (Aditya Permana Deeper Version) (Talking Machine, Indonesia)
Paisel – Satellite (Rocket Recordings, UK)

Thanks to Nick McCorriston for editing this week’s show. Visit his website at nickamc.com and follow him on Twitter @nickamc