The Waveform Transmitter Heavy Rotators: Vol 1


Welcome to our first edition of Heavy Rotators, our playlist series featuring the best of the tracks we’ve been listening to over the past week. Dive in, below.

Let’s face it, we listen to a hell of a lot of music here at The Waveform Transmitter. It doesn’t matter what format – digital stream, vinyl record, CD -, we get through shitloads…and we love it.

Of course, there’s going to be tracks that we listen to more than others, so we’ve decided to put a weekly playlist of seven tracks together every Saturday evening at 5 pm, so you can have a listen while you get ready to go out and get on it. Some of the tracks or bands will have been featured on the site in the past week, as ‘On the Radar’ acts or ‘First Transmission’ participants. Others will just have been on repeat so constantly we thought you simply had to know about them.

We’ve placed the playlist over in the sidebar to the right of your screen so you can listen to it while you read the frankly astounding content on the rest of the website. Neat, eh?

This week’s playlist features; Manni Dee’s techno slaughterthon, ‘London Isn’t England feat. Ewa Justka; Mexican wonderkid Niño Arbol’s ‘La Ciudad Que Capturó el sol; Credit 00‘s heavy chipgloom track ‘Game Over’; Odette‘s tripped-out ‘Taqueria’; Timmo’s hypnotic techno thunderer ‘System’; WOTD‘s brilliant ‘Return to Coney (Candi Bianca Mix); and Polymer Cities‘ ambient jam ‘Research into Time Distillation’.

Get on it over there…→ → →

Author: Ste Knight

Editor at The Waveform Transmitter. Lover of acid basslines, cavernous kick drums, and dark rooms. Cut his teeth to Surgeon's blistering techno assault at T-Funkshun in Liverpool and hasn't stopped for breath since.

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