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Atomnation Podcast #021 Mordisco

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Here’s a hot one-hour mix from Spanish duo Mordisco.

Psychedelic reminiscences, vibrant percussions, and hypnotic progressions characterize the eclectic sound of Ángel and Hugo.

Hailing from Granada, Spain, they play records and produce music together. Their approach blurs the lines between Techno, House, and Disco – providing a very free and personal vision to dance music.

This vision recently translated to an EP released on My Favorite Robot Records. It included a remix from the respected veteran producer, DJ and remixer Sascha Funke. Also, earlier this year, their track “Zenit” released on Coloray’s Intercept records and made many dancefloors move.

Thanks to the organization and curating of their Mordisco Club parties in their hometown, Ángel and Hugo have been able to obtain an expression channel since 2011 with which they show their particular vision of independent electronic music.

That expression is clearly represented in the guest artists who have gone through their parties and with those who have shared booth: Red Axes, Fort Romeau, John Talabot, Pional, and Jeniffer Cardini, amongst many others.

Expect to hear much more from Mordisco in 2020 – including a 12″ on Atomnation early in the new year.

Follow the duo on Instagram and Spotify to stay in tune.

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Atomnation Podcast #020 Sky Civilian


Sky Civilian recorded the 20th Atomnation podcast. With hints of acid, house and techno, this mix features music from the set played at Meow Wolf last month.

They Got Me – Two Tail
LA Confidential – Bella Boo
Let’s Be Easy – Sky Civilian
Hers – Sky Civilian
Trains and Airports – Sofia Kourtesis
Don’t Look Around – Terr
Basement Structure – SCNTST
Unborn – Timothy Clerkin
Random Access Memory – DJ Haus, Hugo Massien
Pronto Arpeggio – Bawrut
Big Boys Don’t Cry – boys be kko
Got To Keep On – The Chemical Brothers
Drama Garden – Moire
Serenity (Soundstream’s Dusty Machine) – Prosumer, Murat Tepeli
Countdown – Pliny
Drone Logic (Factory Floor Remix) – Daniel Avery, Factory Floor
Venom – Silicone Soul
Soul Slap (Heiko Laux Remix)  – Funk D’Void
Lucid State – Ritzi Lee
Shift – Harvey McKay
A Peck And A Pawn – Nick Hoppner
Los Santos – Sofia Kourtesis
A Bird With No Feet – Jas Shaw
Boltmaker – James Welsh

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Atomnation Podcast #018 Polynation


The Atomnation Podcast series is a monthly curated mix by friends and like-minded artists of the label. Follow us on SoundCloud for updates and don’t forget to shuffle your way through our Releases on Spotify.

The 18th Atomnation podcast is from Polynation. They delivered a fantastic one-hour mix with various tracks by artists that inspired them over the years. We asked them to describe their podcast – a mix that features unreleased material as well:

“We created a podcast that contains quite a big range of our inspirations. Not only sticking to club/dance material but still …it’s presented in a way that gives a forward momentum. Our music is not straightforward club music as well – we like tracks that feel a little bit like a curveball. We tried to capture that diversity and blend this into a somewhat coherent story. Podcasts give you an opportunity to explore the space and to showcase a bigger contrast. This mix is a step into our musical universe.” 

Follow the duo on Spotify where you can find their Polyphonic playlist and the recently released Toba / Muriatic tracks.


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Atomnation Podcast #017 David Douglas


The Atomnation Podcast series is a monthly curated mix by friends and like-minded artists of the label. Follow us on SoundCloud for updates and don’t forget to shuffle your way through our Releases on Spotify.

David Douglas has been a mainstay of the Atomnation label since day one, releasing several EP’s, albums and remixes – including LP’s Moon Observations and Spectators of the Universe – he has barely hit a wrong note since 2012’s Royal Horticultural Society debut. We’re proud to share his new podcast with you now. It’s a stellar blend of disco, house and techno. Tracks from Henrik Schwarz, MCDE and Joy Orbison highlight this mix, it’s on repeat here today 🔁 We’re looking forward to release David’s new EP this summer!

Orlando Julius – Disco Hi-life
Demos Roussos – I Dig You (Todd Terje Re Edit)
Black Devil Disco Club – Timing, Forget the Timing
Osborne – Afrika
Alma Negra – Endless Summer (Soulphiction Remix)
J-Cub – Dtid
Emmanuel Jan – Klar (Henrik Schwarz Remix)
Lauer – Phlipper
Motor City Drum Ensemble – Send A Prayer Part 1
Prins Thomas – AU (Pional Remix)
Dinky – Casa (Axel Boman Dub Mix)
Boddika & Joy Orbison – &Fate
Please Stay – Mekon (Royksopp Remix)

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Atomnation Podcast #016 Portable Sunsets


The Atomnation Podcast series is a monthly curated mix by friends and like-minded artists of the label. Follow us on SoundCloud for updates and don’t forget to shuffle your way through our Releases on Spotify.

Portable Sunsets is the project of artist and electronic music producer Peter Segerstrom based in Brooklyn, US. He released the full-length albums ‘Bless’ and ‘Order‘ on Atomnation, an LP as ‘Surfing’ on 1080p and another Portable Sunsets LP on Deadelus’ Magical Property label.  Earlier this year our German friend Dave DK remixed two of Peter’s tracks, Believe and Straylight. Up next is this mix from Portable Sunsets and the 16th effort for our podcast series already. Enjoy!

Limerence -Yves Tumor
Chagrin River – Road Hog
q.e.p.d. – DJ Python
Sunday Avenue – DJ Boring
Rock Your Body – Ron Trent
WhereYouGonnaGo – Jitwam
Jamais Vu – Steve Huerta
Theme 03 – Frits Wentink
Rare Happiness – Hunee
M1 – Bambooman
Untitled – ??
Crimson – Ross from Friends
IF – Portable Sunsets
Sunlight – Nature Garage
Hey Drum – Daphni
Untitled – Portable Sunsets (Intern Edit)

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Atomnation Podcast #015 J.D. Heights


The Atomnation Podcast series is a monthly curated mix by friends and like minded artists of the label. Follow us on SoundCloud and Mixcloud for updates.

The 15th Atomnation podcast is from life-time music enthusiast, crate digger and friend J.D. Heights. Spanning over 60-minutes, this mix features music from Dauwd, Deltitnu and DJ Tennis. Check the tracklist below for new finds and don’t forget to follow his HFD playlist on Spotify. Enjoy!

01. Dauwd – Glass Jelly
02. Tom Dicicco – Extracting the error
03. DJ Heure – Pensively
04. Phillip Stoya – Rula
05. Pharaohs – If it ever feels right (Tornado Wallace remix)
06. Margot – Moderno (Marc Piñol acid remix)
07. Deltitnu – Foundation was laid
08. Fideles – Secret garden
09. DJ Tennis feat. Fink – Certain angles

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Atomnation Podcast #014 Sau Poler


The Atomnation Podcast series is a monthly curated mix by friends and like minded artists of the label. Follow us on SoundCloud and Mixcloud for updates.

The 14th Atomnation podcast is curated by Sau Poler. A producer that does not need an introduction for people that have been following us from the beginning. With tracks such as Rutes, Reflections and Jaffe House in his discography, Pau’s first release was back in 2013 and ‘Memorabilia’ landed 2016. This years ‘Elsus’ single got featured on 50AN and like it’s not enough Pau released B-sides – a re-issue from his old side project ‘Pablie’. We wondered how things have been and what else he released this year. We caught up while listening to his mix.

Sau, how was your year?

I would like to define this year as a transition, I’ve taken some distance and perspective from my music to know where I want to go. So here I am, spending many hours locked in the studio rebuilding my sonic palette, shaping and adding character to my first LP. In terms of releases and gigs, it’s been a decent year.

What synths are you using right now in the studio?

I recently bought a Roland JD800 from the early 90’s which immediately became an essential piece of gear in the process of the creation of my LP. I got some other synths and plugins that I use quite a lot, like OP-1, ARP Odyssey, Octatrack or Spectrasonics Omnisphere (which is completely blowing my mind at this moment).

You released a couple of EP’s recently including Dribble and a collaboration with Pedro Vian. How came these about?

Dribble was basically a compilation of 3 club tools that I used to play only during my sets, after some shows, I realized that it maybe would be great to release them all in an EP.

The second EP with Pedro Vian felt special. This EP contains 4 tracks were we tried to find the right balance between light and shadow, between mind and body, between experimentation and melancholy. Something that we like to call “Mediterranean braindance”.

What are your plans for 2018?

The main goal is to finish and release my first LP. Besides that, I got some other stuff running, like a forthcoming 12” maxi that will be out in February on the reborn Nitsa Traxx label and I’m also planning another short EP or maxi.

You played India this year amongst some other places. How was India?

Really good, people are honestly amazing in India, they were so kind with me and very thankful to have me on board touring across the country. That’s what I felt the most, then there’s the other side, which is a radical cultural contrast with Europe and the Occidental world… I saw a lot of poverty on the streets, abandoned children, ruinism and decadence. Probably it’s more notable in the big cities where I stayed than the rural areas, but it makes you think about how unequal and unfair your life can be depending on the place where you’re born.



01 – Total Art Of Percussion – Wuhan Wuchang
02 – Kassem Mosse – Untitled
03 – Giraffe – Climate (Marco Shuttles Moody Samba Treatment)
04 – Bjorn Torske & Prins Thomas – Arpa (Drum Version)
05 – Luigi Ceccarelli – Ko-An
06 – Max Mohr – Spellbound
07 – Evigt Mörker – Magdalene Spell
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09 – RAAM – 7 (Skudge Remix)
10 – Feral – Brahma
11 – Conceiled Project – Pattern 2
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13 – Andrea Belfi – Roteano

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Atomnation Podcast #013 Tonik Ensemble


The Atomnation Podcast series is a monthly curated mix by friends and like minded artists of the label. Follow us on SoundCloud and Mixcloud for updates.

Icelandic connection Tonik Ensemble created our 13th podcast. Anton released ‘Snapshots‘ with us in 2015, a cinematic electronic album supported by The Guardian, Hypem, Earmilk and TLOBF. Ending up in various end of the year lists, the record eventually became album year on The Reykjavík Grapevine. Below a Q&A about what’s next, his live show, Iceland and the approach of this mix. Enjoy!

Hi Anton, thanks for contributing this mix. In 2015 you released your debut album ‘Snapshots’ with us. Could you tell us a bit more about the project? Who you collaborated with for example, and what kind of sound you were trying to bring.

For Snapshots I was going for deep, organic and atmospheric sound, a clash between live instruments, vocals and electronic sounds, the human versus the machine and all that. In terms of themes, its life, death, happiness and stuff. I wrote the first song for that album, or the first draft, Imprints, in 2010. Through the album I collaborated with various people: cellist Þórður Hermannsson who appears in all the songs, vocalist Jóhann Kristinsson, vocalist Hörður Már Bjarnason, vocalist and composer Ragga Gísla, Tumi Árnason plays saxophone in few songs, musician and vocalist Shipsea, I even worked with a local choir on Nangilima. The alternative to sampling.

How does that translate into a liveset?

Parallel to working on that album, I was playing live quite a bit with some of the talented people I mentioned earlier, playing around with elements of improvisation from a gig to gig. The foundation is the same, but every instrument and performer brings its own character creating an experience different from the album track. Liveset is an ever-evolving beast, for example, atmospheric guitar layers have been apparent in the liveset this year.

You’re based in Iceland. How is it to live there in the winter times? Which season do you recommend people to visit Iceland?

For the music lover I would say the perfect time would be around a festival, Iceland Airwaves in early November, Sonar Reykjavik in March or Secret Solstice in June. There you can catch some local and international music alongside your travel. Winter can be dark and gloomy. From summer solstice to winter solstice, sunlight goes from 24 hours to the sun barely going up. That said, vitamin D, swimming and skiing make winter quite enjoyable.

Your mixtape contains many soundscapes and electronica focused tracks. Something we really like. Where do you usually go when looking for new music?

When I need new music it is almost like research for me. I have a nice echochamber of a twitter and SoundCloud feed following the usual suspects. I also find the soundhound app quite helpful. On top of that, live shows and recommendations from friends.

What are you working on at the moment?

Next output will be a remix which we have been performing in our live shows in October and November; you can hear a live recording from Enlighten Festival 2017 in the podcast; the remix should be out in December or January. But I am currently working on new material, trying to develop the sound further. You can hear some of it in the Tonik Ensemble live shows, it will eventually end up on a release.


01. Larry Stephens – Offering
02. Rebekah Del Rio – Llorando
03. Úlfur – Arborescence
04. Ennio Morricone – Chi Mai
05. Stephan Bodzin – Singularity (Synthappella)
06. Robot Koch and Savannah Jo Lack – Instructions For Time Travel (Recue Remix)
07. christoph el truento – Sunflower
08. Holy Other – Inpouring
09. Antena – Camino Del Sol
10. Floex – Prenatal Hunters (Floex Revision)
11. Gunnar Jónsson Collider – The Dream
12. Love Unlimited Orchestra – Midnight Groove
13. Mønic – Deep Summer (Burial Remix)
14. Án –  Hlutfall
15. Max Cooper – Organa
16. Kowton – Pea Soup
17. Stillhead – Spirit Remains (Tonik Ensemble Remix – Live at Enlighten Bury 2017)