Andy Garvey releases the first volume of NADA’s 3-part mini series ‘Without Weapons’
Sydney electronic producer and techno queen Andy Garvey has just released her 30-minute mix recorded for NADA Collective‘s three-part miniseries titled ‘Without Weapons’. Inspired by the imagery and chapter title from the 1998 work of British-Ghanaian writer and filmmaker Kodwo Eshun, Garvey‘s mix transcends time in an impressive spectrum of Australian atmospheric space music.
Garvey’s contemplative mix incorporates many elements of underground dance music that fall into more raw realms of Australian electronica, with features from Fabrics (Sydney), Fia Fell (Melbourne), Bead (Melbourne) and GLM (Melbourne) that encapsulates the unique Garvey sound.
This corrosive mix is a cascading expedition of euphoric tones that encompasses Garvey‘s highly developed style and selections. She forms a solid intersection between melodic acid and granular deep house that emerges and submerges respectively. As part of any good cause, there will also be a limited edition run of the mix on 50 cassettes, with all proceeds going towards the Indigenous Literacy Foundation. They can be purchased here.
A key figure in the techno scene, the multi-dimensional producer has shown her love for all things electronic as the host of triple j’s Mix Up show and her FBi Radio show-turned-record-label Pure Space, an intergalactic soundscape that reflects the underground charm of introspective experimental music in Australia. Her acid-saturated, minimal techno debut EP titled Eternal Recurrence, was also released earlier this year, making Garvey‘s curations one to keep a very close eye on.
‘Without Weapons’ Volume 1 Tracklist:
Fabrics – Mess
Fia Fiell – Caju
E Davd – Zero G
PMA – Hek
Mosam Howieson – III
Bead – Documenting Reality
GLM – Stryker Hydraulic Tension
Senate – Fumble In The Goal Square
Bleekman – Internal Rust
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Words by EVIE WEILY
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