28 Oct 2013, 23:48 by eucaine
6 Jun 2010, 12:13 by ka4okspbPart 1 - Brendon Moeller
1. Bluetrain - Untitled
2. Speedy J — Trails (Speedy J's Bonus Beats Dub Tool Jam)
3. Julio Bashmore - The Moth
4. Sascha Rydell - Cette Nuit
5. Jichael Mackson - Snake In Da System
6. Dino Sabatini & Donato Dozzy - In Vaders
7. Mikael Stavöstrand - How To Be (Samuel L Session Remix)
8. Speedy J - Armstrong
9. Kosmic Messenger - I find myself
10. Itamar Sagi - One Million Oaks
11. Wax - 30003 B
12. Actress - Crushed
13. Cosmin TRG - Twilight Riddim
14. Jeff Mills - Call Of The Wild
15. Joy Orbison - Wet Look
16. FaltyDL - Tronman
17. Kyle Hall - Kaychunk
18. Basic Channel - Radiance
Part 2 - Endwise
1. Akufen - Skidoos
2. Roberto Bardini - New Perspectives
3. Alexander Ross - Drift
4. MRI - Bateau
5. Vincent Cassanova - Malibu Eclipsed
6. Stephen Brown - Speak
21 Jun 2008, 05:08 by mkb218hydrogen economy plays every other friday on wzbc 90.3 FM in boston and www.wzbc.org
Jack Dangers "Polarissima Borealis" from "Music for Planetarium" on Brainwashed Handmade
The Black Dog "Digital Poacher" from "Radio Scarecrow" on Dust Science
Joi "Asian Vibes" from "Joi" on Real World
Myroslav Bytz "Amfuem" from "Amfuem" on Chi Recordings
Kirk Degiorgio "I Do Not Exist (B12 Remix)" from "I Do Not Exist" on B12
John Foxx "Kurfurstendamm" from "Tiny Colour Movies" on Metamatic
Sebbo "Watamu Beach (Mortiz Von Oswald Rework)" from "Watamu Beach" on Desolat
Autechre "Paralel Suns" from "Quaristice" on Warp
Steve Reich "My name is Daniel Pearl (I'm a Jewish American from Encino California)" from "Daniel. Variations" on Nonesuch
Audio Gourmet "Procrastinations" from "Rusted Dreams EP" on Webbed Hand
15 May 2008, 15:00 by nations-midwife1) Recently found
1. Larry Levan - Journey into Paradise the Larry Levan Story (us garage, new york house, soulful)5/6
best tracks: Clouds (Chaka Khan), You can't hide (your love from me) (David Joseph), love honey love heartache (Man Friday) 6/6
2. Sido - Ich (Deutchrap, german rap)4/6
best tracks: Strassenjunge, Schlechtes Vorbild, Jeden Tag Wochende (5,5/6)
3. Nitzer Ebb - That total age (indutrial dance, 80s)3/6
best tracks: Murderous, Let your body learn 5/6
4. MRI - All that glitters (idm, microhouse)5/6
1. Luther Vandross - Never Too Much (extended version) (funk, 80s, rnb)5/6
2. The Clash - Rock the Casbah (80s, punk, danceable)5/6
3. Se7en - Passion (rnb, asian pop, korean)4/6
1. Olo Walicki - Kaszebe (alternative jazz, yass, traditional, kashubian)4/6
2. Akufen - My way (idm, microhouse, experimental)5/6
3. Laibach - Opus Dei (industrial)3/6
4. The Small Faces- the Small Faces (1966) (mod)4/6
5. Angelic Upstarts - 2000000 Voices (street punk, Oi) 3/6
8 Nov 2006, 13:34 by diskotekyeah i know everybody is looking for the new set of diskötek. his unique untalented style kicks stereos all over the world. here is his newest set that blasting george w. bush's ass.
download from here
Minimal Techno / Tech House Set by diskötek (23.10.2006)
154 kbit (vbr), 39"33'
1. Akufen - Draincells
2. Gui Boratto - Symmetria [K2/04]
3. MRI - All That Glitters [FT44]
4. Ali Khan - You Are Multidimensional [CLEVER002]
5. lawrance - Along The Wire (superpitcher mix)
6. Damián Schwartz - El Telefono Siempre Suena Dos Veces
7. Tigerskin - We Get Wicked [SOFTWARE05]
8. Jeff Bennett - Swapping [PLACCD041-2]
for more info:
21 Mar 2006, 23:29 by sweatonthewallsAnja Schneider And Sebo K
For their Side Leaps ep on mobilee it had to be them Clicky, dubby and druggy: perfect 5 a.m. minimal techno. Alex Under, Argy, Ark, Agnes, Ali Khan, Akufen,Audion, Alex Smoke...ad infinitum]
Darm minimal tech-house, his Sonic Revolution ep on force tracks my favourite. Bruno Pronsato, Baeks, Brighlight, Broker/Dealer]
Couldn't think of too many better than the uber-cool Cabanne with his/their (not sure) Cabannazik ep Christian Vogel, Chardronnet]
It could only be this dubliner for his colour series on minimize and his recent handful of amazing eps Digitaline, David Donnohoe, Dimbiman, DJ T, Dub Kult, Dafluke, DJ Koze, Dominik Eulberg]
The queen of the dancefloor with her Berlinette and Thrills lps on her bpc label, need I say more? Eastwest, Extrawelt]
Matthew Dear's minimal alias, his River Camping ep on Richie Hawtin's minus label was fine Freak Electrique…
20 Mar 2006, 02:42 by cartbotI normally don't participate in these trends that go around here, but this one seemed fun enough. Basically you just post some lyrics and people guess what artist/band and song they're from. Don't use a search engine because that is CHEATING. I'm also adding connections to the #1 "similar artist" for every answer and also my top 5 artists. A couple of the "similar artists" I haven't even heard of though.
1. "The reason for the story is to give away your last chance"
Hint: This is from the first CD release (not vinyl, though) by an electronic dance music sublabel.
Found by basscad: Matthew Dear - Dog Days
2. "Don't memorize the leaves, they're colored to deceive"
Hint: It's from an EP released by Warp.
3. "We can be invisible, there wouldn't be an indication"
Hint: This track is by an electro artist who usually doesn't have vocals.
4. "You're so beautiful, you came back to me"
31 Jan 2006, 16:03 by cartbotHello. Here is what I have been listening to in the past week.
1. SND (+52, 41 plays)
SND's Tenderlove is the only album I have, so I don't really know how it compares to most of their previous work, but this album seems very overlooked by people who listen to glitchy IDM hip-hop stuff like Prefuse 73 and Machine Drum. Of course, it's is a lot more sparse and minimal than either of those artists, but, to me at least, this album is very strongly influenced by hip-hop. It's sort of a mix between instrumental hip-hop and minimal click techno or house, or something.
2. Fluxion (-1, 35 plays)
Fluxion finally loses his top spot on the charts, but I have a feeling the he (or his other alias, Silex) may be reappearing when I get ahold of Spaces and Alphabet.
3. Jan Jelinek (+4, 32 plays)
4. Boom Bip & Doseone (+49, 28 plays)
I have "Circle" and I listened to it this week. I haven't even come close to understanding it, but for some reason I know it's a great album, maybe even a "masterpiece". …