solipsistic NATION No. 229: Boring

Today’s show was inspired by a piece by Banksy, courtesy of Art of the State. As you can see, we have what we can safely assume is a fairly well-to-do, middle-aged white male gazing thoughtfully of some graffiti that simply reads “BORING.” Given Banksy’s meteoric rise from obscurity to a cult following art world darling it’s safe to assume that this is Banksy wry commentary on art, culture, media and fame. Banksy’s piece also reminds me of something... Read More

solipsistic NATION No. 223: Nueva Forma

Last month I featured a live set from Masmöd. I’ve been a fan of Masmöd’s for a couple of years now so it was a pleasure to finally have him on solipsistic NATION. Masmöd, who’s “secret identity” is Michael John, is also one of the co-founders of Nueva Forma, and after our interview I asked if he’d be interested in appearing on one of our label showcases. As you can tell by the title of today’s show, he agreed. One of the... Read More

solipsistic NATION No. 210: Forensics, Live

Last month solipsistic NATION broke all previous records for downloaded shows! That’s due in large part to the guests I’ve had on the show during September such as Decibel Festival‘s founder Sean Horton, Mad EP, Ektoplazm and Enduser. If you’re new to solipsistic NATION let me welcome you aboard. On solipsistic NATION I feature the very best of all genres of electronic music. Dubstep, techno, drum and bass, whatever the genre is, as long as the music is... Read More

solipsistic NATION No. 184: Planet Terror Records

Today on solipsistic NATION we’re going to showcase music from Planet Terror Records. Planet Terror Records is a netlabel that offers a wide variety of electronic music from genres like ambient, idm, dubstep and broken beat from artists like Adam Kroll, B1t Crunch3r and Titus Twelve. Planet Terror Records was founded by Sam Walby and Fred Oxby and they’ve put together a really mix for today’s show that has a lot of different moods and styles that will give you... Read More