× Introduction 01 - Otto Lindholm - Cain 02 - Pan Daijing - The Island Within 03 - Lanark Artefax - Styx 04 - Petit Singe - Komm Wieder Mit 05 - Peder Mannerfelt - Post Sense Perspective 06 - Tomoko Sauvage - In Some Brighter Sphere 07 - Pye Corner Audio - Box In A Box 08 - Sophia Loizou - Shadows of Futurity 09 - Abul Mogard - Trembling With Tenderness 10 - Pär Grindvik - Speaking Their Minds 11 - Koenraad Ecker - Rat's Coat 12 - Roly Porter - Without Form 13 - Hodge - Sunlight On A Broken Column 14 - Gazelle Twin - The Dream Ends 15 - Shapednoise - Ghostly Metafiction 16 - ASC - Tessellate 17 - Batu - Zoo Hypothesis 18 - We Will Fail - Carbon Trail 19 - Peter Van Hoesen - 98 Lines 20 - Spatial - Haunted Dance Hall 21 - Yves De Mey - Solemn But Fading 22 - Mindspan - Accept Things As They Are 23 - Kangding Ray - Glacier 24 - ZOV ZOV - Post Six 25 - Ian William Craig - An End Of Rooms



In Death's Dream Kingdom

Batu - Zoo Hypothesis

About Zoo Hypothesis

I was thinking about circadian rhythms and trying to convey them with music when writing this track. I wanted to kind of make a feeling of slow waves of rhythms, more pulsations than something defined I suppose. The moment of catharsis and release is the moment of death, what is happening next can be interpreted in different ways, I’ll leave that to the listener...

Batu

Timedance owner, Batu has carved out a unique sound in a shockingly short space of time since his debut with Pinch’s Cold Recordings in 2013. Subsequent 12″s for Hotline, Pev & Kowton’s Dnuos Ytivil in 2013 and Beneath’s Mistry have found him grounded in Bristolian bassbin principles yet pushing that prism in wild, crooked new ways that have become something of a signature aesthetic.

At the front of the dance, Batu and his tight-knit Timedance label are British bass music’s current muse. Leading the label, Batu was showered with praise in 2016 – voted 12th in Mixmag’s Breakthrough DJs of 2016, and his killer track Reez featured in Fact’s Best house and techno of 2016, while the label saw similar love across the board from RA, Mixmag, Fact and The Quietus, who proclaimed ‘2016 was Timedance’s year’.