Now, we know we’ve posted this a few times previously, but Phuq‘s ‘Halloween 2012 Horror Soundtracks Mix’ really is a bit of a treat for fans of proper horror, including as it does some fearful compositions from Goblin, Claudio Simonetti, Joseph LoDuca, Fred Myrow and Malcolm Seagrave, Alan R. Splet and David Lynch, and others!
“Good evening, fellow necromaniacs… This unholy night brings us a dreadful cacophony of exquisitely horrific soundtracks to your worst nightmares, selected for your horrification by that eldritch spirit fool Phuq…”
Just a quick one to let you know that we’ve recently updated our Live Sets & Mixes page to include the bulk of the Bad Sekta-related sets from the amazing underground music resource that is Ill FM! We’re leeching their files, so thanks Mark P.
Artist: Phuq AKA: CL369, DJ Bit Odd, The Distractor, The Fatman, Gary Unicorn, The Grime-o-Cologist, Hekula, The Id, Kesaraporn Duangsawan, Praetorius, Shitbass, Urethra Franklin Member Of: Meme Labels: Bad Sekta, Bitcrusher, Elfkore, Love Love, Munchkin, Next Step, Sociopath, Stamboom Links: Website | Discogs
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Actively producing DIY media of various kinds for well over a decade now, and taking inspiration from pretty much anything/ one that he can, Phuq founded the labels Bad Sekta and Elfkore and has recently setup a short-run publishing imprint, Twenty Third (now known as Fear Control). He produces ‘wonky’ electronics, ranging from harshly abrasive glitches to whistful melodics, and has played live for Ill FM and Pitchless Radio, as well as being featured on stations including Resonance FM in the UK, and Wiretrip FM and KSER FM in America. Current projects include researching and writing several books, as well as some long-planned audio releases. Check out his side business selling ethnobotanical plants and seeds too!
Masterfully constructing a highly distinctive sonic force that's as bass heavy as it is meticulously crafted, blending elements of 'classic' idm with techno, proto-dubstep, glitch and pure sonic experimentation.
Documenting the first appearance by Phuq on the rather amazing Ill FM radio show. Comprising a live set of early and hitherto unreleased material by Phuq, as well as a short DJ mix of work from early Bad Sekta-contributors.