After a bit of a break Readymix Cement is back with a third instalment; the first as we go into the autumn of 2020.
With the recent passing of Unwound bassist Vern Rumsey, this mix starts with a more unique post-hardcore introduction of that band’s track “Corpse Pose” from their seminal album Repetition (1996). This is the second installment of Readymix Cement.
This is the first of a series of curated mixes as Possession Records, featuring an array of favourite tracks by new and old artists in the postpunk, synth, minimal, darkwave and other eclectic genres.
This mix, Synthetic Worlds, is a selection of more synthesiser-based pieces from classic artists from years gone as well as newer tracks by current artists, including friends and peers I know expanding in that universe of sound, creating new worlds to travel in and out of.
A double-sided cassette mix done for London’s Heavy Leather Productions: side one being some key influences and side two being a curated playlist of electronic and post-punk oddities.
A Soft Riot curated playlist aired on Doncaster Electronic Foundation featuring some selected personal electronic tracks from artists old and new.
A second mix of tracks for the Sheffield night Der Hammer.
This mix is selection of tracks I’ve been playing at Der Hammer containing tracks by new and classic synthesizer artists.
Soft Riot goes into the Resonance FM studio with A Colder Consciousness, discussing music, playing tracks and then discussing those, resulting in this mix.
This is part one of a two-part mix makes up a 2-hour retrospective of Canadian synth, new wave, electronics and post-punk music with some select pop and space-rock tunes. From obscure, underground gems to select radio hits and everything in between that came out between 1978-1986.
Part 1 of a 3-hour SOFT RIOT-curated playlist ion TXTBK’s CHVRCH XV BRXK3N 7ANGvAG3 Radio
A representative slice out of the pool of synth-saturated, future-thinking music that I love, namely between the years of 1978 to 1985.
This particular mix has been sequenced in a loose chronological order, encompassing a time period starting in 1995 and ending sometime in 2000. From 2000 onward the post-punk and synth revival thing sort of exploded and bands hatched and made flight like a cloud of buzzing locusts.