To celebrate 10 years, Bleep:10 will be released in May featuring tracks contributed by Autechre, Oneohtrix Point Never and more
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The compilation will be released on 2xLP, CD and digital formats
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Bleep:10 Compilation Tracklist
01. Gas - Die Wand
02. Lone - Lizard King
03. Machinedrum - aeolia
04. Oneohtrix Point Never - Need
05. Modeselektor - I'm not into Twerk, I'm into KrafTwerk
06. Untold - That Horn Track
07. Fuck Buttons - Brainfreeze (Alt mix)
08. Dabrye - Click Clack
09. Autechre - SYptixed
10. Shackleton - Ganda Rising
11. Nosaj Thing - Particles Aligned
12. µ-Ziq - Hedges
13. Byetone - Morning
14. Nathan Fake - Vanish North
The compilation celebrates ten years of Bleep by focusing on some of the key figures in electronic music over this time period. Represented here are a wide range of labels, scenes and genres that have emerged over the last decade and that continue to influence the coming one.
The compilation opens with with an enveloping, never before released track from Wolfgang Voigt's revered Gas project. Lone provides his first new track since last year's massive 'Air Glow Fires', whilst there is further explosive dance floor material from Untold, U-Ziq, Modeselektor and Byetone. Shackleton turns in a relentless track of rough and thrilling techno, while Autechre's contribution 'SYptixed' is a dark and precise piece of heavy electronic experimentation. Oneohtrix Point Never and Nosaj Thing provide moments of ambient respite, while Dabrye's playful beat track 'Click Clack' is the first solo production to be released by the artist since 2009. Nathan Fake closes the release in fine style with glistening epic 'Vanish North'.
Design by Bleep's long time collaborators Give Up Art.
The compilation is being released alonside a series of Bleep10 events in New York, London (featuring Mount Kimbie) and Los Angeles.
Tickets for Bleep:10 (London) with Fuck Buttons, Mount Kimbie and Fennesz are available at barbican.org.uk.
25 April 2014