Periskop DJ set on the Inveins podcast

Periskop Inveins Artwork by Horty Shooter

Another Periskop DJ set has been podcasted. This time as the 16th episode on Inveins. It is a 1 hour mix of deep techno and dense atmospheres from 1996-2016 with emphasis on darker sounds and immersive aspects from drones and repetitive beats. I tried to use tracks from the entire period, but the majority of tracks that fitted together turned out to be from the late 90s and the last few years. The set also features a track from the recent Periskop – North EP. Scroll down to see the track list.

Inveins is an Italian podcast started in July 2015, but has already released 16 episodes – many of them worth a listen. The podcast artwork was selected by Inveins and made by photographic artist Horty Shooter.

Tracklist

Arktau Eos – Stillatory of Umbræ (Aural Hypnox 2009)
Porter Ricks – Biokinetics 2 (Chain Reaction 1996)
Thomas P. Heckmann – 05:08:72 (Mille Plateaux 1999)
Plaster – Tangle (Stroboscopic Artifacts 2013)
Wychdoktor – Empires Fall (Amnion Remix) (No label 2015)
Plastikman – Converge (NovaMute 1998)
Stewart Walker – Cocoa (Force Inc 1999)
Abdulla Rashim & Axel Hallqvist ‎- Mark (Claudio PRC Remix) (Semantica 2015)
Periskop – North IV (Kabalion 2016)
Flint Glass – Heliotrop (Brume 2002)
Surgeon – Shaper of the Unknown (Downwards 2001)
Ntogn – They Soar Through Flames (Tome 2016)
Gas – Zauberberg 5 (Mille Plateaux 1997)
Function / Vatican Shadow – The Nemesis Flower (Hospital 2014)
Urfaust – Apparitions (Ván 2015)

Previous Periskop DJ sets

For those interested in my approach to mixing and performing as a DJ, I have written a few words here. Other DJ sets currently available online:

Tripalium Podcast 34 (Dark ambient, deep techno and bleak acid techno tracks from 1993-2016)

Awareness VIII (Industrial ambient and drone ambient from the late 90s and early 00s)

Sunday Night Wrongness (Home recorded mix from 2003)

Immerse well received. Podcasts, year end lists & reviews.

Periskop Immerse review in Beat Magazine February 2016

It is now about half a year since the Periskop full-length Immerse was released on Kabalion Records. The material is originally from 2000-2008 but significant effort was put into remodeling it in 2014-2015, so that it would become a coherent whole. It is rewarding to look back on all this and see that it has been well received. Considering Immerse is basically long depressing tracks with low to no tempo and arguably only abstract sounds and noises, this has been a pleasant surprise.

From my vantage point, the reception has been manifested by various positive conversations and online exchanges. It has also been evident in more formal ways, as Immerse has been featured in numerous reviews, year end lists and podcasts.

With this post I would like to say thank you for the support to whoever has appreciated, bought or proliferated the release.

Immerse in podcasts
Shaded Explorer – Monument 75 | Arnaud Le Texier – Children Of Tomorrow 13 | BLNDR – Smoke Machine UN43 | Retina.it – Electronique 261 | Luigi Tozzi – D-Node 272 | Concept Of Thrill – The Other Cast 004 | F-On – Trauma 08 | Vâyu – Lett 08 | Noctum – Lett 11 | Radio Vibration – Kick Back 60 | ARD | Eexxppoann – Xspheric 02 | Ombossa – Eliptik 17 | Bob Rusche – X-Rated 230915 | Bob Rusche – X-Rated 231115 | Bob Rusche – X-Rated 030116 | Frans De Waard – Vital Weekly 996 | PRG/M – Bunker26 024 | Feral – Inveins 009 | Finn Of Tomland – Diametric 013

I am pleased to see Immerse both featured in ambient or industrial sets as well as atmospheric techno sets. Do you know of a podcast with Immerse material not featured above? Let me know.

Immerse on year end lists
JunoPlus | Igloo Magazine | ASC/Auxiliary | Frequencies | Bob Rusche/X-Rated | Kompaktkiste.de | dee3

Immerse reviewed
Beat Magazine | Cyclic Defrost | Vital Weekly | ATTN Magazine | Igloo Magazine | Nonpop

Great to see Vital Weekly still running, and I almost made it into the 1000th edition. Extensive and well-written reviews by Cyclic Defrost and ATTN Magazine.

More info and streaming of Immerse here.