A mix series covering the range of electronics Darkfloor embraces. High grade, exclusive sessions recorded by artists and DJs affiliated with our sound aesthetic.
Darkfloor 72 - Voidloss 2.0
London's Voidloss presents his new sound - a hybrid of techno machinations and halftime drum and bass flexing. Bringing a renewed sense of space to his sub heavy percussion programming.
Darkfloor 71 - Cutups
A darkside ride through outsider electronics and experimental sound by Pittsburgh based DJ, Cutups. Electro meets glitch bass and precision drum percussion w/ tracks from Dead Fader, Blush Response, Errorbeauty, Exploited Body, Bombardier, Aaron Spectre, Xanopticon, Djrum, Somatic Responses, Diasiva, Samurai Music, Pixelord, and plenty more.
Darkfloor 70 - C Mantle
Anatomically Correct Influences, an IDM mixtape by Acre Recordings' C Mantle. Exploring the influences of the Scottish producer's new double album Anatomically Correct, our 70th In Session features tracks from Warp Records, Skam, Autechre, Gescom, Pan Sonic, WSR, Expressway Yo Yo Dieting, Scorn, Asura, EOG, Mr 76ix, Brothomstates, Boogie Down Productions, The Wee DJs, 16 o9, Jega, and Current Value.
Darkfloor 69 - thatboytim
Trax in the Wax, an EBM and industrial dance mix from thatboytim. Featuring Wax Trax! Records artists and bands aligned with the sound of the legendary Chicago label including Front 242, Revolting Cocks, Front Line Assembly, Nitzer Ebb, Sumerian Fleet, and Greater Than One.
Darkfloor 68 - thatboytim
For our 68th In Session mix we present a selection from Belfast's thatboytim. From electro to fuzzy rock Tim Smyth is a talented musician, infusing a raw looseness to his beats, in part formed from his love of psych rock, US hardcore and noise rock. It’s in that spirit he recorded this mix for us – his Dirty Dirge mix.
Darkfloor 67 - Derlich
Dropping dark techno heat for our 67th Darkfloor In Session we present a mix from Belgium’s Derlich. No stranger to Darkfloor, having been a twice featured guest on Mantis Radio – shows 214 and 141 – his 59 minute mix is full of energy and industrial swell.
Darkfloor in Session //005
I met a DJ at a bonfire while we were experiencing an almost statewide power outage in California. His plane was grounded and he had to miss his gig in San Francisco. While at a bonfire (in Ocean Beach), he was able to mix some music right there on the beach with his laptob and someone had a suitcase that was hooked up to a battery powered amp/speakers (amazing bass). The DJ mentioned the lable he was on and then I stumbled across this podcast. Anyways, much thanks for this mix! Last night I was in the perfect state of mind, earbuds blasting, and this mix took me on an amazing journey. 5 stars!!!