Another fine Nmesh you got us into


A man dressed for excess

“๐šˆ๐™พ๐š„ ๐™ณ๐™พ๐™ฝ’๐šƒ ๐™ฑ๐™ด๐™ฒ๐™พ๐™ผ๐™ด ๐™ฐ ๐š‚๐™ฟ๐™ด๐™ฒ๐™ธ๐™ฐ๐™ป๐™ธ๐š‚๐šƒ ๐™พ๐š…๐™ด๐š๐™ฝ๐™ธ๐™ถ๐™ท๐šƒ. ๐Ÿ“ˆ

presenting ‘๐ƒ๐‘๐„๐’๐’๐„๐ƒ ๐…๐Ž๐‘ ๐„๐—๐‚๐„๐’๐’: ๐€ ๐‚๐จ๐ฅ๐ฅ๐ž๐œ๐ญ๐ข๐จ๐ง ๐Ž๐Ÿ ๐‚๐จ๐ซ๐ฉ๐จ๐ซ๐š๐ญ๐ž ๐๐š๐ง๐ ๐ž๐ซ๐ฌ’, the super-stacked follow-up to 2019’s ‘drug full of remixes’ fan-remix project – this time around, we’re showcasing the crรจme de la crรจme of remixes of “climbing the corporate ladder” (arguably the most popular nmesh track of the past decade.)

this team of audacious audio architects has outdone themselves, generating exceptional synergies and maximizing shareholder enjoyment throughout the fiscal year of 2022 – rest assured, the results of this creative collaboration are positively reflected on the balance sheet – we extend our heartfelt appreciation to all the talented producers whose remixes, though not featured, contributed to the monumental pool of submissions.

brace yourselves for an auditory odyssey, as we embark on this exhilarating ascent to the summit of corporate success!

๐Ÿ’ธ for those who choose to purchase this release, all proceeds will go to ๐—–๐—ข๐——๐—˜๐Ÿฎ๐Ÿฌ๐Ÿฐ๐Ÿฌ ” – Nmesh

One (2007)


“One” is a visual journey into music. It’s my second endeavour in my own personal quest to understand how music โ€œlooks.” … In the dialog woven between music and image, notes are seen and colors heard, making it difficult to tell which is in the lead. – Michal Levy


Script writer, Design and Direction: Michal Levy
Animation: Studio FatCat
Music: Original composition โ€œSuheirโ€ composed & arranged by Jason Lindner (Sunjah Music / SESAC)

Sรคhkรถ (1995)


Mika Vainioโ€™s death in April 2017 sent shock waves rippling through the electronic music community. The late Finnish musician left an indelible mark on noise thanks to his roles in the โ€˜90s group Pan Sonic and record label Sรคhkรถ Recordings. Over the years, Vainio collaborated with Bjรถrk, Suicideโ€™s Alan Vega, drone icon Stephen Oโ€™Malley and more.

Artfully shot on 16mm by Jimi Tenor in 1995, Sรคhkรถ The Movie – a title fans have given the film in the absence of any official one – is a suitably abstract portrayal of the singular label in its prime. Finnish artists featured include Sรคhkรถ co-founder Tommi Grรถnlund, Mono Junk, Hertsi, IFร–, and, of course, Mika Vainio himself.

The film tracks the Finnish unit at work in the studio making tracks on their trademark custom-built analogue equipment, hand-pressing limited edition vinyl releases and their eardrum rupturing yet delicate live performances. Outside of a few select festival screenings and those who own a rare VHS edition released by Blast First Petite, hardly anyone has seen the 44-minute film but this hasnโ€™t stopped it attaining legendary status.

Essential viewing for anyone with a passing interest in techno, industrial and experimental music underpinned by a restless DIY spirit.

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Ten Meter Tower (2017)


โ€˜Ten Meter Towerโ€™ by Maximilien Van Aertryck and Axel Danielson appeared at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. It is part of a series produced by independent filmmakers who have received support from the non-profit Sundance Institute.

Our objective in making this film was something of a psychology experiment: We sought to capture people facing a difficult situation, to make a portrait of humans in doubt. Weโ€™ve all seen actors playing doubt in fiction films, but we have few true images of the feeling in documentaries. To make them, we decided to put people in a situation powerful enough not to need any classic narrative framework. A high dive seemed like the perfect scenario.


Through an online advertisement, we found 67 people who had never been on a 10-meter (about 33 feet) diving tower before, and had never jumped from that high. We paid each of them the equivalent of about $30 to participate โ€” which meant climbing up to the diving board and walking to its edge. We were as interested in the people who decided to climb back down as the ones jumping.


We filmed it all with six cameras and several microphones. It was important for us not to conceal the fact that this was an arranged situation, and thus we chose to show the microphones within the frame. Ultimately, about 70 percent of those who climbed did jump. We noticed that the presence of the camera as well as the social pressure (from those awaiting their turn beside the pool) pushed some of the participants to jump, which made their behaviour even more interesting.


In our films, which we often call studies, we want to portray human behaviour, rather than tell our own stories about it. We hope the result is a series of meaningful references, in the form of moving images. โ€œTen Meter Towerโ€ may take place in Sweden, but we think it elucidates something essentially human, that transcends culture and origins. Overcoming our most cautious impulses with bravery unites all humankind. Itโ€™s something that has shaped us through the ages.

Johnny Bubble (2017)


“Johnny Bubble is a fictional creature who has lived a long and happy life with a beautiful family and strong ties to the community.”

animation by Alan Resnick
music by Andrew Bernstein

Sonic Outlaws (1995)


The motto of this fast-paced, often hilarious American documentary that examines the changing attitudes towards multi-media plagiarism is “Copyright Infringement Is Your Best Entertainment Value.” To make his point, filmmaker Craig Baldwin presents a collage of interviews, illegally “borrowed” samplings, and legal cases, providing examples of each that range from a record company’s lawsuit against an independent rock band’s satirical samplings to cellular phone scanners, to “billboard bandits.” Baldwin also points out historical examples of artist’s stealing ideas from each other.

Directed By: Craig Baldwin. Features interviews with: Negativland, John Oswald, Tape-beatles and more

Nmesh – Drug Full Of Remixes


Nmesh - Drug Full of Remixes front cover art

“Fans, peers, and proper legends have a go at one of the most deranged and colossal Nmesh tracks in recent history – no holds barred – results vary drastically – i can’t believe i still have say this, but ๐’ซ๐ฟ๐ธ๐’œ๐’ฎ๐ธ ๐ธ๐’ฉ๐’ฅ๐’ช๐’ด ๐‘…๐ธ๐’ฎ๐’ซ๐’ช๐’ฉ๐’ฎ๐ผ๐ต๐ฟ๐’ด.” – NMESH

A lovely review of the cubus remix by listencorp:

“We end with Cubus. A grey fog falls over us as we lay bruised and beaten by all the tracks before. Flashes appear all around us, but the layer of echoed sound shrouds like fog and does not permit us to see the full form of anything. An austere take on Nmeshโ€™s original, we find ourselves adrift. Not tripping out in any immediate or intense way, but awash with ethereal plumes of grey nothingness. Certain tones and sounds hang in the air in front of us. It becomes impossible to identify melody from percussion. The artistโ€™s employed in this remix compilation have made it their duty to stretch the boundaries of the source material so far, that the final take on the track is unbelievably poignant and affecting. Much like Drohnwerks remix, its difficult to identify what was used from Mall Full of Drugs in this track. But the boundless chasm that is enshrined before us is the perfect closer to a perfect journey.”

Album available here –

The Mirror and the Light by Middlemarch


The Mirror and the Light album cover

Finally something new from cubus ! The duo of Dimitris Avramidis and Ross Baker, better known as Middlemarch, join the Carpe Sonum roster after the quietly devastating Wolf Hall, issued on Time Released Sound in 2014. This disc of remixes retains the magisterial heft and splendor of that sterling debut, with all the albumโ€™s participants building on the duoโ€™s template while adding numerous idiosyncratic touches of their own. The opening โ€œVisitationโ€, strangely enough, doesnโ€™t really prepare you for the detached, pixillated sparsescape of โ€œThe Dead Complain of their Burialโ€ but its cinematic vocabulary is as revealing in its own atmospheric way as its predecessor. Across the recordโ€™s timespan, the collective of remixers that includes Mick Chillage, Maps and Diagrams, Darren McClure, Ambidextrous, Neotropic, Off Land, and others wrestle with the duoโ€™s blossoming & Budd-ing tendencies, reflecting the subtly shifting piano motifs and flurrying electronic textures in their own inimitable fashion. Chillage especially shines, as his interpretation of โ€œA Painterโ€™s Eyeโ€ is a thing of regal beauty. Neotropicโ€™s post-classical side is also especially notable, as her version of โ€œVisitation” channels a strange, quasi-glitchy/ivory-tickled hybrid, maximizing a myriad of odd warbles and Derbyshire-esque touches to produce over six minutes of pure pleasure. So rarely do remix albums succeed on their own merits; hereโ€™s one where the sum easily transcends its component parts, setting a new gold standard by which successive others will no doubt be judged.

The remix album can be streamed and purchased here –