LB.008

For our next offering we bring you a two part special dedicated loosely to the memory of summer as the season slowly fades. Part one sees myself bringing a selection of cuts to enjoy as the sun sets and begins on a poolside tip with laid back moods and grooves to reflect the heat of the late afternoon sun. General Caine briefly picks up the energy levels with “Jungle Music” towards the end of Side A but things quickly settle and by the second half of Side B, as the sun dips under the horizon, we find Aril Brikha washing pulsing techno chords out over the ocean before Sun Palace see out the day as another night begins… – Dustin

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LB.007

This one begins with a sense of cold, desolate space before giving way to some rather more light-hearted moments courtesy of Space Art and Tolkein-obssesed Swedish synth-fetishist Bo Hansson. As the flip approaches M-GUN and Substance & Vainquer plunge things back in to the depths before we dance off into the sunset with the excellently named Coober Pedy University Band. Get your lugholes round the full 90 to discover what joins those tantalising dots. Until next time… – jnrknight

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LB.006

Having got a pair of 90 minute solo missions apiece under our belts we’ve decided to share another recording featuring the both of us playing tunes together. This time around the tape is mixed back to back and the recording took place after a long weekend of playing out and having fun. It features a bunch of tracks that hadn’t made it out of our bags over the course of Friday and Saturday’s festivities as well as some choice cuts from Dustin’s bulging racks so expect everything from New Beat to Amen breaks and back again. Enjoy! – Dustin & jnrknight

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LB.005

Warm and fizzy drones glow in the distance on the approach to tape number five. Hypnotic rhythms slowly start to swirl in an orange haze before getting lost in the tribal march of Quiet Village’s fantastically titled “Cosmic Clam Bake” mix of Seahawks’ “Crystal Beach”. Some standout 80s cuts steer us over to side B which weaves through some tales of “the funk” before culminating in expansive mind warpers from Jus Ed and The Oliverwho Factory. Recorded November 2013. – Dustin

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LB.004

This tape was recorded on a cold, dark Sunday evening in late October. Perhaps due to a slight lack of sleep I managed to record over a tape that had already been used. This means that you can hear the ghost of a techno track thumping away quietly below the drone of Pelt and the utterings of The Beast as the tape begins. So be it. Aside from wanting to get “Winter” by Walter Carlos in there and generally keep the first side fairly subdued to reflect the change of season the rest of the selections were mainly things I’d been listening to around the week of recording. As ever please do email me with any track I.D’s/love/hate. – jnrknight

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LB.003

To welcome you aboard my first LB.90 adventure, Levon Vincent is on hand to offer us a brief introduction. From here, laid back disco grooves slowly start to build Side A before giving way to some spacey cuts from Omar S and Vakula. As the beat picks up on Side B, it’s not long before the joyous mirage of Goody Goody’s “It Looks Like Love” appears on the horizon. For the final third, the pace increases and the leagues deepen as we plunge into a cool abyss of subaqueous bass pulses and shimmering arps. – Dustin

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LB.002

Lo and behold, our first 90 minute solo outing featuring pitching errors, jumping needles, rudimentary mixing and all. Here I attempted to expand upon my half of LB.001 so side A deals mainly with stuff featuring lots of synths including a track by Michael Garrison whose wonderful In The Regions Of Sunreturn LP is dedicated “to the infinite journeys of Voyager 1 and 2″. Amen brother. Side B looks to the ‘floor and includes personally resonant cuts by Âme and Alexander O. Smith. Track ID’s, comments and feedback very much welcomed via email. – jnrknight

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LB.001

This is the first mixtape that we made in early 2013. It was recorded using two Technics 1210 turntables and an Allen & Heath mixer (that we had to wallop occasionally to avoid hum) directly to a Sony cassette deck. It should hopefully offer an introduction to what you can expect from Low Bias in the months and moons to come. jnrknight helms side A flirting with statements of intent, odd electronics and forgotten synthesised cosmic moments before returning to a solid beat and passing the baton over to Dustin for 45 minutes of deep techno and dusty house jams.

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