Truth Mix: HOWE

For his Fact mix HOWE pictures a future in which the radio of a Ford Fiesta, deserted someplace in the thick smog of London, circa 2050 ADVERTISEMENT, gets fractured radio signals from a quick fading past.

The noise of multidisciplinary artist HOWE is relayed from deep in the heart of his base of London, distilled from the cacophony of a youth invested involved in the city’s club scene. Taking hints from throughout the musical spectrum, HOWE’s productions and setup works visualize a world of optimum, extremely emotive pop building and constructions, in which sci-fi visuals, MIDI orchestras and singing adjustment are spun together as a single, immediate transmission. His experience as a filmmaker and visual artist just serves to enhance the cinematic flavour of his technique to music, in which the stakes are constantly high and the world he lives in remains in a state of consistent precarity.

His Fact mix is substantiated of this significant stress, a speculation on a future situation in which the radio of a rusted Ford Fiesta, deserted someplace in the thick smog of London, circa 2050 ADVERTISEMENT, gets fractured radio signals from a quick fading past. “I desired it to feel as though a listener from future London is experiencing ghost transmissions from the past,” he describes. “Jungle, D&B and Dancehall pirate stations, talk radio and Classic FM smashed together to form an assortment of altered sonics.”

Serving as a reflection on his discovery of electronic music, HOWE’s area pirate radio program consists of a post-apocalyptic edit of Skilibeng’s ‘Bad Everyday’– which will be offered on Bandcamp, with all profits going towards help for those impacted by the earthquakes in Syria and Turkey– a vinyl-only, drum and bass series, newly dug from his mum’s home in tribute to his years operating in a record store and guesting on radio reveals as a teen, cyber punk street battle soundtracks and a spooky tapestry of OSTs and HOWE’s own productions, with a specific and well-deserved concentrate on author Juan Cristobal Tapia de Veer, the designer of the particular soundscapes of cherished modern cult series Utopia and the unavoidable appeals of The White Lotus.

You can discover HOWE on Instagram, SoundCloud and at his site

Artwork– Benny Bowls

Typeface– Sean Burn


HOWE– ‘Forever Radio Scan Intro’

Skillibeng– ‘Bad Everyday’ (HOWE Remix)

Skeng– ‘London’

Connecta– ‘What Happens Here’

DJ Hazard– ‘Busted’

Subwave– ‘So Twisted’

DJ Pleasure– ‘In The Dark’

Jaydan– ‘Wasted’ (G Dub Remix)

Serum– ‘Ammo Dump’

‘ Unknown White Label’

Icicle– ‘So Close’

D-Bridge & & Vegas– ‘True Romance’

HOWE– ‘Wasp’

Kim Neundorf– ‘I Feel Like Shit’ (White Lotus OST)

Howe– ‘This Is Me’

Lauren Duffus– ‘Permanence’

Cristobal Tapia De Veer– ‘I Want To Live’ (White Lotus OST)

HOWE– ‘Fade Away Radio Scan’

e-sai– ‘Urt’

Estoc & & Syn– ‘x04 Has Escaped’ (Ytem Remix)

Cristobal Tapia De Veer– ‘Where Is Jessica Hyde?’ (Utopia OST)

Georges Delerue– ‘Le Mepris’

Ed Case– ‘Something In Your Eyes’ (K Warren Remix)

HOWE & & Emily Cabarle– ‘Love’s Teeth’

HOWE– ‘Forever ‘( Time Stretched Version)

Billie Eilish– ‘When The Party’s Over’

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