Foxy Digitalis Mix #3: Ambulance vs. Ambulance

On this mix, we get gonzo’d by Bokeh‘s resident plunderphonic crew, Ambulance vs. Ambulance mashing together a mix of slowed down records, harmonica, shitty vocals, and more. Get deep into these cracks with this mix, called Accidental Meeting, and in the meantime also grab a copy of Ambulance vs. Ambulance’s killer album, Industrial Country. And as always, Bokeh forever. If you like what Foxy Digitalis … Continue reading Foxy Digitalis Mix #3: Ambulance vs. Ambulance

Autonomous Until Death: An Interview With Reducer’s Hooly ‘The Human Aerial’

When Reducer’s newly released self-titled 12″ opens with a calm, unassuming voice saying, “Welcome to the night train,” there’s no hint at the all-out sonic chaos that’s about to ensue. Active in the mid-80s in Northampton, Reducer were as much ahead of their time as they are utterly timeless. Visceral instrumentation with dropkick beats and venom-soaked lyrics and vocals all combine to create the sound … Continue reading Autonomous Until Death: An Interview With Reducer’s Hooly ‘The Human Aerial’

Felinto “Futuro Antigo Perpétuo”

Few labels can boast a track record as stellar as Bokeh and the streak continues unabashed on the two most recent drops: DJ Velkro’s Glacial Dancehall 3 (in conjunction Duppy Gun) and this bouncing, joyous slab from Felinto and a whole crew of sonic prognosticators. Futuro Antigo Perpétuo rides deep bass grooves through spiral stacks of heady rhythms and an endless, swirling shower of synths and other keys.  There’s … Continue reading Felinto “Futuro Antigo Perpétuo”