Episode 120: DINZU ARTEFACTS guest mix

Episode 120 features a mix from Joe McKay of tape label Dinzu Artefacts. With the tag line “sound as an art form”, the label favours experimental music created by artists interested in tape manipulation, field recordings, noise and experimental practices.  Tune into NTS.live from 1am to 3am on Tuesday morning, 22nd November. Or catch the podcast and other recent shows here.


Ryan Huber – Inverted
Calum Gunn – Suba
kin.dohm – Post-Social Infonormality
Renick Bell – A Deluge
Boliden – North
Charles Matthews – 89º
C. Reider – Adze
Lil Data – Financial Crash
ALGOBABEZ feat. G. Bop – live in Leeds 2016
The Durian Brothers – Offenporig
Zook and Boilen – Zook and Boilen (Live)


1. Hep!Collective “E Song” from Unified Silla Period (Dinzu Artefacts)
2. I Placca “Radio Rimbalzi…Soccu Talii” from La La Vitea (Tutore Burlato)
3. Chemiefaserwerk “Collagen” from Collagen (Falt)
4. Monte Burrows “The Concentration Of Brown Owls” from The Concentration of Brown Owls (Dinzu Artefacts)
5. Olivia Block excerpt from “Side B” from Dissolution (Glistening Examples)
6. Sequences “The Dissipated Plain” from Carapace (Dinzu Artefacts)
7. Bret Schneider “Untitled 12h03m29s” from Melancholia I & II (Never Anything)
8. Anne-F Jacques excerpt from “Untitled Side A” from Welcome, Electricians (Dinzu Artefacts)
9. Ken Hollings excertp from “ There Must Be Something Wrong With This, Sally” from Works For Magnetic Tape (The Tapeworm presents…)
10. Giovanni Lami excerpt from “Secondo Solco” from Opale (Dinzu Artefacts)
11. Aki Onda excerpt from “Midnight Radio I” from Voice Studies 17 (My Dance The Skull)

Dyr Faser – Don’t
Ian Stonehouse – Annihilation of the Ogres
Rutger Hauser – Ladders Over Ladders
Tashi Wada ?– February 2008



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