Released 16th September 2016
"Bedouin sent me samples of music from the Arab and Islamic worlds to use as source material for an EP. I was so inspired by the material I wrote over thirty tracks. My intention was to be true to its sonic qualities and resonances, but bring it stylistically into my own world of contemporary electronic music. I approached this in the spirit of cultural exchange, conscious of my privileges as a white western male able to work in this way — only scratching the surface of another culture — and wary of the implications of this kind of appropriation. But this was a project born of love and deep respect for the source material, the traditions, the religions, the art and the music of this part of the world. 'Bedouin Trax reflects all this. Unity. Togetherness. Exploring the darkness and light in humanity to find our similarities, to find a way to connect with all people, from all diffent cultures and backgrounds. Salem from Bedouin said that some of the Sufi songs he had sent were songs about love — 'towards an entity of oneness'. This phrase informed the entire project".
03. Same Heart, Same Breath, Same Life, Same Death
05. Prayer Part 1
06. Toward An Entity of Oneness
09. Gather to Move, Gather to Live, Gather to Be
10. Jani Mun
Release Date - 31st May 2019
Since his earliest transmissions, Heckle has been an avowed disciple of the Moss method, channelling the spirits of original Chicago and Detroit house, industrial techno and interstellar jazz with a unswerving faith to those sound.
For his first release of '16, he plays deep into that pocket with an insistent, optimistic banger named Alexandria plus an Untitled vignette of chaotic harmonics, before the B-side brings the kicks again, only at a quicker tempo and with rapidly fluctuating, eye-spinning arpeggios in Mesopotamia and in a drier, tracky formation.
02. Untitled 1
04. Untitled 2
Release Date - 24th May 2019
Vanta is a construction for the savage. It reaches the profane along with the cryptical. The EP includes 5 tracks in which Zomby redetermines his access to techno by developing a language that is archaic. A language that is his own.