Mochipet on Autonomous Music’s Va-Array Vol. 2

Va-Array Vol 2 (Autonomous Music – Free DL!)

Posted by cassetteblog | December 4, 2012 | No Comments
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Autonomous Music is the type of projects that should exist in a heap. This organization uses music and performances live from an impressive list of artists as a tool for social change. Art as a hammer that hits the nail of the meanings.

His proposal is specifically political, and if you know even at some of the names of the musicians involved you will see that everything is more than real, that are putting force into a target clear and thus are making an important contribution. The roster is composed by Dj Vadim, Filastine, Quantic, Mochipet, Natasha Kmeto, The Polish Ambassador, Resident Anti-Hero, Octopus Nebula, Ott, Ott & The All-Seeing I, Ill-Esha, Emancipator, Alex B, Anomie Belle, Blietech, Conduits, Cry Wolf, Dr Israel, Etheric Double, Intelepaths, Invisible Allies, Little People, Marley Carroll, Papadosio, Paper Diamond, Paper Tiger, Phutureprimitive, Pnuma Trio, Random Rab, The Great Muandane, The Nadis WarriorsYppah and Unlimited Gravity.

Last November 28 have released their second compilation for so-called free descent “Array Vol 2″, which contains tracks from all of their artists.” As it is logical, because the reason that unites all of these names is not a musical line but an eagerness in common, styles that handles are the most heterogeneous. On this album they may listen to hip hop, house, future step, indie hop, IDM, synth hop, trip hop, dubstep, reggae dub, techno pop and electro. But mysteriously this stylistic explosion runs evenly. The disk draws a journey that will unveil the adventure of track in track.

A very good album with a very good proposal back.”

Splash My Sound Discoveries: Mochipet & 10 Reasons to Love Hate Dubstep

"Splash My Sound Features Mochipet"A short time ago, France’s hot music blog, Splash My Sound, featured Mochipet on their Decouvertes Electro section for 10 Reasons to Love Hate Dubstep.

The feature touches on everything from the release of “10 Reasons” to “All I Want is Moog Porn for Christmas” and even documents a short bio on Mochi… All in French… So put your Google Translate to work and check out here!




Deceptikon on ISO50!

Jakub at ISO50 has posted “Kinyoubi”.. Here’s what he had to say:

If you need more Mux Mool like ma then a heavy dose of Deceptikon will do, Mux turned me onto Mythology Of The Metropolis which is the new LP from Deceptikon, what a great month in music? an LP from Daedelus, Deceptikon, Mux Mool and Bonobo, this might break a headnodders neck.

Deceptikon featured on The Bomarr Blog!

More greatness from Mochipet’s Daly City Records camp. This time around from Bomarr Blog favorite Deceptikon. You may remember a while back when I posted his awesome remix of Copy’s “Assassinator.” He has recently relocated from Japan to San Francisco and just released a brand new album called Mythology of the Metropolis. The record features contributions from Copy, Oly (Ipecac), He Can Jog, and Vincent Parker. It’s chock full of head-nodders so don’t sleep on this one.

Thanks to The Bomarr Blog for the kind words!

MusSck Review on Chrome Kids Blog!

Daly City explores something of a deeper sensitive side to their soul with their new signing, London producer MusSck. Still keeping it glitchy and in the realm of Hip-hop’s cyborg reconstruction, this album is more subtle then previous label releases, conjuring up open rolling virtual plains to wander through. Playful yet emotional, there appears to be a fairly comprehensible story being told from track to track and chapter to chapter, let’s hope there’s many more volumes to come.

You can buy The Land Of Animation now here, but to give you a taster here’s one of the tracks plus a promo mix to check out.

Link to the Article

Master P Review on Comfortcomes


Mochipet’s latest album Master P on Atari reminds me of Transformers. The skillful electronic mix of miscellaneous sounds hit at just the right times and could be part of the soundtrack for those metallic, alien protectors of the world. The album cover even sports a creature somewhat transformer-like, however, this machine has a badass tape recorder and Atari joystick at its center.

The first thing I noticed while listening was that I didn’t mind the fact that there were no real vocals. I’m all about the words, but I think Master P on Atari is a full album despite its lack of lyrics. The album is intricately layered and emotive the same way a voice can lead a listener to feel a certain way.

That certain way in this case is the feeling that I’m in the middle of an action movie breakneck car chase. Police sirens went off (going the opposite direction, I might add) as I was listening to Master P on Atari in my car and I swear I almost sped up and veered off the main drag to lose them. I may be more easily influenced than most, but I was definitely adrenaline-laced due to this album. Which I loved. A fun, inventive album, Master P on Atari had me invested. And driving like a maniac.

By Eva Gross

Review on

Mochipet Master P on Atari Tour Blog!