Emanuele de Raymondi is an Italian avant-garde composer and sound artist. For this exclusive mix on Symbiosis he tells us that, “Selecting tracks for a mixtape is a bit like picking a few drops of water from the ocean.” Let yourself drift away on sounds from artists including Stephan Mathieu, Murcof, Christopher Willits, Robert Henke, Oren Ambarchi and Ekkehard Ehlers.
Richard Chartier is considered one of the key figures in the current of reductionist electronic sound art which has been termed both “microsound” and Neo-Modernist. His minimalist digital work explores the inter-relationships between the spatial nature of sound, silence, focus, perception and the act of listening itself. According to him this mix is, “all a very subjective, and organic, process and journey.”
A former PR manager at Fabric and Minus, Dean Driscoll has been involved in the electronic music scene for nearly a decade. Since forming the house & disco DJ duo Disco&Mercy with his former housemate Doug Kerr in 2008, the pair played regularly around a variety of London clubs in addition to sets at UK festivals and Ibiza. This set’s an hour section of seven I ended up playing at the Richie Hawtin’s ENTER.MINUS shop at Sonar 2012 in Barcelona.
Stefan Panczack, aka Inch-time, reveals more about his artistic practise in this interview with Symbiosis and he shares some of the sounds that have been rocking his world lately in an exclusive mix. His mix features, amongst others, Rhythm & Sound, Appleblim & Ramadanman, Pepe Bradock and The XX remixed by Four Tet!