Circuit Sweet Interview, Feature, Reviews

Rad Releases ’17 – The Mountain Howl

December 29, 2017

It’s that time once again, as the countdown to the end of 2017 rapidly approaches we take a personal look back on familiar names, features and musicians’ best releases of the past 12 months. In what has been a crazy year of highs and lows it’s the releases that have pulled a lot of people through the year. Now in it’s 7th year, Circuit Sweet will be hosting takeovers from the featured artists/musicians/labels and promoters of the site with their personal top 5 releases of the year.

Continuing our annual end of year tradition we let our favourites take over the site to tell us the records that have made their end of year lists, their favourite events/gigs and what we can look forward to from them next year.


Our next Rad Releases take over comes from Lee Phillips of The Mountain Howl. We met this artist through our own Simon Gore and we have been slightly obsessed with the music curated by The Mountain Howl ever since. This is an artist we urge you to support and keep an eye on, we think 2018 will be the year of Mountain Howl!

Described as slow-burn techno, the minimalist electronic noise artist is set to win you over with the hypnotic compositions which seem to be so effortlessly created.

We hand over to The Mountain Howl who has created us an incredible playlist to support his Rad Releases of 2017…..


The wonderful guys of Circuit Sweet asked me and other artists see out 2017 with a top 5 of my favourite releases of the year.
My response is this mini mixtape with tracks from Ayia, François Svalis, Kiasmos, Willaris K, Mount Theodore and Winterdagen.

Check out @circuitsweet

@ayiaofficial – Ruins
@0svalis0 – Poetry
@kiasmos – Paused
@willaris_k -Alchemy
Mount Theodore & @Winterdagen – Sad Manuals


A huge thank you Lee!

We can’t wait to hear all that The Mountain Howl will bring our way in 2018, we wish you all the best.

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