Check out Dave Wesley's new left-field mix for DeepInIt Podcast, originating from South Africa.

The Mayhem Lecture Series - Structures And Behaviors EPv1 - Available today for pre-order. 

The first release in a series of ongoing experimental music explorations of structures and behaviors - leaning heavily on appropriation and process oriented experimental forms categorized into personality traits and disorders. 

You should probably listen to this.

The Wire Magazine has selected an experimental track from The Mayhem Lecture Series (Episodio Dois) for the  Wire Tapper 45 CD, which is included with the November issue of The Wire, now on newstands.


Dave Wesley Interview - The Relationship Between Math And Music is now out in Revista The 13th Magazine.

Downloadable PDF here.

Meditative ambient EP from Existente, Theta Series EPv1, will see its official release on October 13, 2017.  Check out the preview below and some recent reviews.

Press release here.

"This ‘Theta Series EPv1’ EP sounds as if someone has painstakingly been filtering string signals from the radio waves into threads of melodic ambience, weaving them together in the most pacific blanket with resonant depth well beyond the surface of radio static. This is calming pensive music to help you align your chakras and gather a sense of mind-peace" – The Big Takeover

Dave WesleyLaranja Swadhisthana 67_5 – EPv1 release is getting some nice press.

Press release here.

"This is awe-inspiring music, existing somewhere between heaven and earth and cut from the same cloth as Michael Brook’s classic ‘Cobalt Blue’... Simply fantastic" The Big Takeover Magazine

"A slow driving pulse, around which harsh ghostly wisps come in and out of focus... builds to a filmic, almost orchestral expansiveness, yet it maintains a static core that marks it truly as dub. It is an example of that rare blend of meditative music to which head bobbing is as natural a response as is introspection" – Disquiet

"A hypnotic and soothing adventure that prioritises subtle and slowly unfolding ideas. Luscious and enveloping, the songs here are slowly builds that subtly add layer upon layer upon layer lulling the listener into a space of utmost relaxation... a deftness that is beyond impressive" - Overblown Magazine

"Laranja Swadhisthana 67_5 – EPv1 is a sonic trip to the deepest, most sophisticated realms of electronic ambient music, and I was positively impressed by the skills of the artist, who “drew” me in with his captivating, seamlessly exploring evolving soundscapes. A meditative sound that seduces the imagination forward into transcendental realms." - Noise Journal