Mossman
Transdimensional Quarantine
Hankering for hyperspeed electrofunk? New Militant Science signing Mossman showcases latest releases from the label bridging the divide between electro and D'n'B
Paul Blackford, one of the UK's foremost electro artists, established his Militant Science imprint in 2009 in a bid "to bridge the gap between electro and drum'n'bass". Operating solely in the digital realm, the label has already notched up a healthy discography, with new releases soon out from Robokid, Sound Synthesis, Oort Cloud, Vadz, Melogik and Blackford himself.
 
This bruising 38-minute mix by recent Militant Science signing Mossman collates new and forthcoming material from the catalogue. Enjoy!
 
Tracklisting:
  • Mossman - Beeboss
  • Philops - Elektr@n
  • Chordata - Geis IIt
  • Robokid - Eggy Bread
  • Alien Sex Toy - Robotic Depression
  • Synapse - Blast Radius
  • Alien Sex Toy - Anytime
  • Sound Synthesis - Secrets of Society
  • Synth Alien - Spectral Attack
  • Chordata - Seamus
  • Robokid - Beef Stew and Dumplings
  • Sound Synthesis - Easily Brainwashed
  • Synth Alien - Casimir Effect
  • Philops - Cell-@
  • Paul Blackford - Enhanced Transmat
  • Mossman - Vast Goblin Vessel
  • Zen Robots - Dark Fighters In Space
  • Headnoaks - Power 2 da Beats (Disko 69 mix)
  • Mossman - Sporophytes (version)
  • Paul Blackford - The Grind
  • Kragg - Spiral
  • Mossman - Protosphagnales
  • Kragg - Aircraft Traffic
  • Zen Robots - City From Space

 Catch the Militant Science sound in full effect in London at the start of April, with Paul Blackford and label artist Scrase playing alongside Wisp (Rephlex) and plenty more. Info here



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