Mysteries of the Deep

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Mysteries of the Deep Podcast, Chapter CXXX. Serene Healing Machinery by @Saphileaum. Cover photo courtesy of Candace Price. Tracklist: 

 1. Shiro Sagisu - Nothing Anymore 
 2. Purl - Melora 
 3. Picnic - Drops in the Water (DJ Paradise versi
Mysteries’ latest from Melbourne-based producer Mosam Howieson falls somewhere between realms — percussive, deep techno and airy ambient — eventually landing in a liminal, stunning, undefinable space. From the wispy, tentacled opener “Explorati
Mysteries’ latest from Melbourne-based producer Mosam Howieson falls somewhere between realms — percussive, deep techno and airy ambient — eventually landing in a liminal, stunning, undefinable space. From the wispy, tentacled opener “Explorati
Mysteries of the Deep Podcast, Chapter CXXIX by Mosam Howieson (@mos-how). Cover photo courtesy of Candace Price. Tracklist: 1. ASC & Inhmost - Binary Instance 2. Shifted - Tradecraft 3. Kangding Ray - Apogee 4. TIBSLC - Soft Afternoon Pleasur
Mysteries of the Deep Podcast, Chapter CXXVIII by @multicastdynamics. Cover photo courtesy of Candace Price. Tracklist: 1. Unreleased - new release TBA 2. Robert Henke - Oomoo 3. Multicast Dynamics - Language Of Colours 4. Pontiac Streator - S
Mysteries' latest comes from The Spiral, whose debut release, Orange Sunshine, is a strange, cosmic unfolding, or a glimpse into another dimension that takes its influence from being, in fact, under the influence. The Spiral is a new project fr
Mysteries of the Deep Podcast, Chapter CXXVII by The Spiral (@ohm_sweet_ohm). Cover photo courtesy of Candace Price. The Spiral is a new project from Oliver Chapoy (formerly Certain Creatures). His debut album for Mysteries is out on May 28th!
After a 6 month hiatus, the Mysteries podcast returns with a stellar new mix from Anthony Child (Surgeon). Cover photo courtesy of Candace Price. @dynamic-tension https://anthony-child.bandcamp.com Tracklist: 1. Chris Watson - Lencten 2. Émil
Picture a skyline. Then, fog cascading down the wooded hills of San Francisco, towards the Pacific. And rising up from that land is a tower — the radio antenna of the Sutro Tower — that reaches upwards like a metal claw, as if to harness all of
Mysteries of the Deep has released its third and final compilation, rounding out the three-part seasonal series that began earlier this year. Each has been distinct and reflective of the season of its release; the first, released in spring, lea
Mysteries of the Deep has released its third and final compilation, rounding out the three-part seasonal series that began earlier this year. Each has been distinct and reflective of the season of its release; the first, released in spring, lea
Mysteries of the Deep has released its third and final compilation, rounding out the three-part seasonal series that began earlier this year. Each has been distinct and reflective of the season of its release; the first, released in spring, lea
Mysteries of the Deep has released its third and final compilation, rounding out the three-part seasonal series that began earlier this year. Each has been distinct and reflective of the season of its release; the first, released in spring, lea
Mysteries of the Deep has released its third and final compilation, rounding out the three-part seasonal series that began earlier this year. Each has been distinct and reflective of the season of its release; the first, released in spring, lea
Mysteries of the Deep has released its third and final compilation, rounding out the three-part seasonal series that began earlier this year. Each has been distinct and reflective of the season of its release; the first, released in spring, lea
Mysteries of the Deep has released its third and final compilation, rounding out the three-part seasonal series that began earlier this year. Each has been distinct and reflective of the season of its release; the first, released in spring, lea
Mysteries of the Deep has released its third and final compilation, rounding out the three-part seasonal series that began earlier this year. Each has been distinct and reflective of the season of its release; the first, released in spring, lea
Mysteries of the Deep has released its third and final compilation, rounding out the three-part seasonal series that began earlier this year. Each has been distinct and reflective of the season of its release; the first, released in spring, lea
Mysteries of the Deep has released its third and final compilation, rounding out the three-part seasonal series that began earlier this year. Each has been distinct and reflective of the season of its release; the first, released in spring, lea
Mysteries of the Deep has released its third and final compilation, rounding out the three-part seasonal series that began earlier this year. Each has been distinct and reflective of the season of its release; the first, released in spring, lea
Mysteries of the Deep has released its third and final compilation, rounding out the three-part seasonal series that began earlier this year. Each has been distinct and reflective of the season of its release; the first, released in spring, lea
Mysteries of the Deep has released its third and final compilation, rounding out the three-part seasonal series that began earlier this year. Each has been distinct and reflective of the season of its release; the first, released in spring, lea
Mysteries of the Deep Podcast, Chapter CXXV by Guy Hobsbawm. Cover photo courtesy of Candace Price. This set was originally presented during the Mysteries Takeover of 9128.live on Sunday April 19, 2020. Tracklist: 1. Gunnar Haslam - Inscribe
Mysteries of the Deep Podcast, Chapter CXXIV by Agonis (@agonis-amenthia). Cover photo courtesy of Candace Price. This set was originally presented during the Mysteries Takeover of 9128.live on Saturday April 18, 2020. Tracklist: 1. first ton
Guy Hobsbawm, the new alias of Gunnar Haslam, offers Mysteries a debut LP that is perfectly tailored to the times. Communes Qui Poussent Comme Des Champignons Après Le Déluge, which literally translates to ‘communes that grew like mushrooms aft
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