Episode 36: Forces; Anonymeye (Andrew Tuttle)

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Get out of your rave cave, and prepare to dance your socks off. This episode of Live Delay is bangin’ – with live sets from Melbourne’s FORCES as well as a few extra nuggets of ambience from the artist formally known as ANONYMEYE.

FORCES
Recorded by Murray Paas
Mixed by Josh Watson.
Recorded at The Zoo, July 2013.

Described as industrial sounding dance, Melbourne’s Forces create hard hitting and mind bending music suitable for extreme partying. A duo made up of Alex Akers and Thomas Henderson, the group call the likes of Chris Carter, John Foxx, The Prodigy, and Gatekeeper amongst their wide and varied influences. They’ve also played along side the likes of Gang Gang Dance, Light Asylum and Zola Jesus – just in case you were worried about their live credentials! This is a banging set and well worth staying in to hear.

Find out more about Forces.

ANONYMEYE (Andrew Tuttle)
Recorded and mixed by Sky Kirkham.
Recorded at The Bridge Club, Brisbane, February 2012.

The artist formally known as Anonymeye (and now just going by his given names – Andrew Tuttle) create music that is part electronic, part acoustic and is difficult to pigeonhole. Anonymeye is partial to warping his acoustic guitar sounds with a raft of electronic signals, building pleasant and atmospheric noises and weaving them into a grander musical narrative.

Find out more about Anonymeye.

Stream via Soundcloud

Airing details: Zed Digital (8pm Friday September 20 2013) & 4ZZZ FM (11pm Thursday September 26 2013)
Show production and engineering: Darragh Murray.
Kudos: Murray Paas; Sky Kirkham

Post photo by Michelle Brown.

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