20 Mar 2009, 12:14 by thoughtlessnessProducing electronic music for over ten years, Toronto's Thibideau brothers follow up their releases for Sub Static and Dumb-Unit with an EP for Thoughtless Music. 'The Model B Chassis' is an effective burst of clean-burning fuel, while 'Still Standing Severely Damaged' pays tribute to the everlasting sound of the Motor City. Two of Cologne's finest – Falko Brocksieper and Rene Breitbarth – turn in their impressive interpretations of the originals, while Noah Pred adds another take from Toronto.
13 Dec 2007, 06:45 by The_GooglyNew Music For You Guys
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Volume 3 of my Pre-Deployment DJ mix. Last one I'll post for a while so I hope you enjoy. I put it together in a bit of a rush but sometimes it's just gotta do.
Jonny Greenwood – Duty Lux [Capitol]
Ø – Untitled [Sähkö Recordings]
Oliver Hacke – Taxi [Traum Schallplatten]
Mitte Karaoke – Panda Bär (Egoexpress Remix) [WMF Records]
Alex Carbo – Meditation, Minimalism, & Drums [ETUI]
Rene Breitbarth – Cooling The Plasma [EQ / Stomp]
Konrad Black – Jefferson & Brakeside [Wagon Repair]
Quarks – I Walk (Superpitcher Schaffel Remix) [Kompakt]
Dirt Crew – 808 Lazerbeam [Moodmusic]
Battles – Tonto (The Field Remix) [Warp]
Fairmont – Flight Of The Albatross (Metope Remix) [Border Community]
Adultnapper – Tewa (Tolfrey & Inxec Remix) [Ransom Note]
Francesco Tristano – Strings Of Life (Kiki Remix) [infine]
Thanks for listening.
3 Oct 2007, 21:39 by Nectar_Cardclick here for a tag radio station containing all the linked minimal techno artists below
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One of the best places in Berlin to watch the sun rise is from inside the massive Watergate club, on the banks of the River Spree, in the trendy Kreuzberg district. The side facing the river towards the east is glass-plated floor-to-ceiling; between 5am and 7am, the room is gradually transformed from a dark, heaving mass of European bodies syncopating themselves to a house beat into a gloriously sunlit morning-after.
Berlin has been the spiritual home of dynamic, forward-thinking dance music for much of the past decade, house and techno in particular; it is a hub where artistic talents converge and nascent genres emerge to spread across Europe. The combination of a famously liberal attitude towards partying and a startlingly low cost of living has made the city a magnet for art scenes of all descriptions…
28 Mar 2006, 02:14 by herman78Last night I went to see Depeche Mode in Rotterdam. Even though Depeche Mode have never been among my very favourites, I´ve always wanted to see them live. This was the first time they visited The Netherlands in thirteen (!) years, so this might be my only chance.
My first memory of Depeche Mode was - being not very unique - Enjoy The Silence being a hit. I was eleven back then, but for some instance it was one of my favourite songs ever, back then. When I was ten, I started making lists like ´favourite songs ever´ and Enjoy The Silence was the only song that was still in there when I reached adolescence. It was only until I was 20, when I got into some more Depeche Mode stuff, buying the 86/98 Singles Collection and Songs of Faith and Devotion.
Last night´s concert started with The Bravery, who I´d seen before in de Melkweg, a relatively small venue in Amsterdam. I like them, mostly for being a good singles band and ripping of New Order. …