We’ve been pretty big supporters of Ron Morelli’s L.I.E.S. imprint since the label launched in 2010. In fact, our first party as The Guild of Calamitous Intent was with Ron Morelli way back in 2011. His label is one of the strongest, most dependable labels out and it’s a real pleasure to be able to bring two of its biggest acts over to the sweaty basement at Max’s for what will be a pretty epic party.
Expect total auditory devastation.
We got asked to do a mix for Dummy magazine as part of their Glasgow spotlight series. Listen to the results here.
First time Richard and I have ever recorded a mix together. What a riot that was.
Anyway, can’t remember the track titles but we wrote the artists down as we went along and they’re as follows:
In Aeternam Vale
No, not the detective series of the same name. It’s a new Guild of Calamitous Intent from Richard Thomason. This time it’s a dig through the racks and racks of 90s techno in the badman’s collection. It’s an absolute killer. Y’all are going to need a tracklist. Soon come. Listen up here.
Tracklist for the nerds:
David Gnuoy – Spiral
Claude Young – Changing Factors
Fusion - The Feeling
Octave One – Point-Blank
Chuggles (Loves House) – Deep Alarm
Hardtrax – Cowboyphunk
Studio 1 – Orange
Blackman - BLack Power
Sonic Solution – Turbulence
Final Exposure – Vortex
Dave Clarke - Protective Custody
X-103 – Hagia Triada
DJ Hell – Diese Momente Werden Nicht Verloren Sein Wie Tränen Im Regen!
Esser’ay – Forces (Chez-N-Trent Alternative Mix)
Gigi Galaxy – The Coming Of The Next Millenium
“Dun a dnb mix lol”. Not a text I expected to get from the other half of the Guild. Aside from the ‘lol’ at the end of the text and the misspelling of ‘dun’ the most unexpected thing about this was the drum n’ bass mix itself. I can’t confess to know much about this genre and, well, neither can Richard it would seem. Like the man says: “Don’t know much about the scene, I’m sure real dnb heads will find the track list fairly predictable, I just dabbled a bit in the 90’s.”. Well, we all did some pretty questionable shit in the 90’s. I had a quiff for fucksake… Anyway, tracklist as follows:
Photek – Ni-Ten-Ichi-Ryu
Source Direct – A Made Up Sound
Roni Size - It’s a Jazz Thing
Wax Doctor - Never As Good
Lemon D - Urban Style Music
DJ Shadow - What Does Your Soul Look Like (Part 1) (DJ Die Remix)
T.Power – The Mutant Remix DJ Trace Remix
3 Way - Sgt General
Dj Krust - Warhead (Steppa Mix)
Jonny L - Piper
United Future Organisation – The Planet Plan (DJ Die Mix)
Boymerang – Still
Listen up here.
So, Richard did another mix at the beginning of March and forgot to mention it to me. Tracklist as follows:
Aybee - Santa Monica In 6
Terre Thaemlitz – Rosary Novena For Gender Transitioning (Spirits, Lose Your Hold) K-S.H.E.Remix
Mitsuaki Komamura – Deep Diving
Hakim Murphy – Weep
Specter – Do You Really Know?
Secondo – What About Never 2 Side A
Banfield Audio – Static Buzz
Levon Vincent - Speck’s Jam
Marcellis - Untitled (Workshop 16 B1)
Julius Steinhoff – All Of A Sudden
Mike Huckaby – Baseline 88
Amir Alexander – Woozy!
XDB - Mystic Vibrations
Skatebård – Confirmation Bias
G String - Phase (D’Marc Cantu Ghoul Remix)