Rubi & Cleymoore
Good friends of Orbiting Souls and notorious diggers Rubi & Cleymoore deliver a dreamy downtempo drive, representing the sound of @ringsofneptune.
No more words are needed. Tune in <3
Recorded @ D59B Berlin
Artwork by Gal Sherizly
FF Mixtape #176
Sit back, press play, and let Cleymoore take you on a 5-hour ambient trip.
For FF Mixtape #176, Bruno curated a 50-track compilation of his favorite IDM-esque tracks that inspire and move him.
“I hope you have as much fun listening to it as I did putting it together. It is my musical Eden.”
Bruno aka Cleymoore recorded a live mix for KALTBLUT magazine at D59B, his favourite bar in Berlin.
Signing the mix as Max Binski, he dwelled entirely in the Downtempo field and its sub-genres. Bruno has made a name for himself in his chosen hometown Berlin with countless gigs at clubs in the capital and all over the world as mainly a Club-setting DJ. You can check an excerpt of his interview with KALTBLUT magazine below, or follow the link for the full interview.
KALTBLUT: What’s your favourite genre at the moment?
Bruno: My favourite genre is, and always has been without realising, IDM. Something very melodic, very soothing, and maybe has some rhythm, but not too much. I like ambient music. I listen to ambient music all the time. Especially when I’m working. It calms me down. I like some techno music when I’m home, but it has to be very melodic and very soundscap-y. I don’t like to listen to dance music when I’m home if it isn’t melodic.
In these confusing times of pain, fear, sadness and anger, Guerrilla Bizarre wanted to do their part in alleviating the sorrow felt by the people in Ukraine.
They reached out to their favourite artists in the underground scene to ask for contribution and tried to put together a meaningful effort to help with the situation.
“First Aid for Ukraine” is the result of this massive teamwork. You can get these 60+ tracks at the accessible price of 8 euros, or donate more if you have the possibility.
Of the money you pay, a small amount (around 15%) will be unavoidably withheld by Bandcamp; the rest will go entirely to the International Committee of the Red Cross, with weekly donations every Friday. Please check their social media pages to see how much they’ll be donating every week.
The Red Cross has been operating in the country since 2014 and is currently supporting relief operations in Ukraine’s warzones. Their cooperation with the local Red Cross Society is instrumental in lessening the pain caused by the invasion: they provide first aid on the field, help with evacuations and distribute essentials such as food, warm clothes, medicines and hygiene items; they train civilians for emergency situations and help in contacting relatives in other parts of the country.
This should have been a simple VA compilation, but now looks more like a mega pack because of the overwhelming response that they received. A mega pack of underground electronic music. Free, not bound by style or genre, and yet recognizably à la Guerilla Bizarre: you’ll come across minimal techno soundscapes, ambient experiments, spacy house grooves, razor-edged breaks and much more. But perhaps the most impressive contribution comes from Koloniari, who was able to send them his track “Control” from Kyiv, where he resides, despite the current situation.
What the world has witnessed in the last few days made us feel powerless. Spectators of a world that is violently unraveling in front of our eyes. But the truth is that, even if reality is indeed dire, we can find the strength to help out. We hope that this nightmare can end soon, please help in doing our part.