The Latvian producer turns up the bass on his killer new record.

Experimental club producer N1L will follow up two EPs for Lee Gamble’s UIQ label with an EP of “otherworldly bass mutations” on the UK-based Where To Now? imprint.

Hailing from Latvia, Martins Rokis’s previous EPs have marked him out as a producer to watch, combining alien techno rhythms with ambient textures in a style that resembles the music of Gamble and early Autechre.

According to the label, the four-track Mud Diver EP sees Rokis combine his love of mechanical rhythms and offbeat kicks with revving synths and dread-filled bass, creating a set of tracks that sound like a cross between Raime, Demdike Stare and Kode9.

Mud Diver arrives on vinyl and digital formats on April 14. You can preview the EP via the video for ‘Clockroach’ below, a heady eight minutes of bass pressure that sounds like Mala making musique concrète.

Pre-order the record from the Where To Now? Bandcamp page.


01. ‘Chasing The Sun’
02. ‘Mud Diver’
03. ‘Jaget Och Maskerna’
04. ‘Clockroach’

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