Our 40th mix comes from label friend and Kuala Lumpur-based, music journalist, Azzief Khaliq. It’s a intense and diverse hour+ journey into the dark corners of the avant-garde.
We have three more mixers to close out 2019. Upcoming are Atonal (Indonesia), Aditya (Samstrong Records, Indonesia) and Cosimoz (Taiwan).
Azzief Khaliq Mix link:
Azzief Khaliq’s bio:
Azzief Khaliq is a music nerd, occasional journalist, and all-around basement dweller. He has had stints as editor of a regionally-respected online music portal, contributed content to music/lifestyle magazines, and, most recently, edited Jogja Noise Bombing: From the Street to the Stage, a book about the Jogjakarta noise scene. He can often be found behind the counter at one of Kuala Lumpur’s most popular record stores, serving customers and constantly trying to stave off a sense of despair at the mediocrity of Malaysian tastes.
1. Whitehouse – Kriegserklärung
2. Aaron Dilloway – The Rubber Mask
3. Luc Ferrari – Ephemere I
4. Clew of Theseus – They Disbelieve in Pestilences IV
5. Ghedalia Tazartes – Un Amour Si Grand Qu’il Nie Son Objet
6. Takehisa Kosugi – Mano Dharma ‘74
7. My Disco – Equatorial Rainforests of Sumatra
8. Félicia Atkinson – Linguistics of Atoms
9. Jon Mueller – Flame
10. Einstürzende Neubauten – Armenia
11. Macronympha – Hispanic
12. Koufar – Flames Over the Bay of Jounieh
13. Hum of the Druid – A Village That Fucks Statues
14. Arv & Miljö – Alting Passear
15. Death Squad – Decay
16. Zone Nord – Denrees Diverses
17. Sewer Election – Bilder Av Dig
18. Altar of Flies – Nervous Loops
19. Jason Crumer – Where Were You?
20. The Gerogerigegege – Hell Driver
21. Mototeru Takagi – Solo live recording, 1996
100.000 is an independent record label, with offices in Baltimore, USA and Jakarta, Indonesia. Aside from releasing cassettes, shirts and prints, 100.000 also hosts a weekly mix series featuring amazing artists, musicians, and other creative people.
James & Dindie