Yes yes yes, we know, we all love this remix, it is fantastic, it is hypnotic, CAR & Manfredas are amazing, ... .... .... so now it is out physically (like you can touch the music you play!)
So we can keep quiet and press play.
C.A.R. - Angelina (Manfredas Instrumental)
This one is a mix I made for the great KULTE Podcast.
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I made a one hour mix picking up (some of) my favorite electronic and techno tracks from the last decade... It's called MELANCHOLIA for the mood of the selection and because we love dark and automnal soundtracks.
If you want to know a track, have a look to the playlist right here : http://www.kulte.fr/article/481/Podcast_39_Antho_Nabet.htm
Now, enjoy it while it lasts,
The mix of this month is a little bit longer than the others... but who cares, when the mix flows like this, why should we stop it? So, coming from Spain, MooMoonster delivers the perfect - slow - disco - darko - set for the 18th podcast of your beloved house of voyeurism. Hope you'll enjoy as we did..
"We’re honored to present a 12” EP of tracks from the archives of Sheffield based electronic music legend Richard H. Kirk, entitled “Never Lose Your Shadow”. Kirk first came to prominence in the 1970s as a member of the seminal industrial band Cabaret Voltaire. His first release as a solo artist, Disposable Half-Truths, came out in 1980 on Throbbing Gristle’s Industrial Records label and since then he developed a solo career parallel to the band until its dissolution in 1994.
On the EP, we compile tracks originally recorded between 1978 and 1987, which have never before been released on vinyl. The title track, ‘Never Lose Your Shadow’ blurs the lines between harsh industrial, dance floor, and no wave. This is one we’ve been playing out for a while now and wondering why it hadn’t been pressed on vinyl. The other three tracks are more experimental and reference ideas Kirk was exploring in Cabaret Voltaire at the time. When asked specifically about this collection, Kirk explains that “none of the tracks were outtakes for Cabaret Voltaire, they were always solo tracks, although I think ‘Never Lose Your Shadow’ was vey much a blueprint for the material that Cabaret Voltaire recorded for Virgin / Some Bizarre between 1983-85. The minimal sequencer / drum machine lockdown that I used later for Cabaret Voltaire was pioneered on this track. Lyrically, ‘Never Lose Your Shadow’ was inspired by the 1971 speed freak road movie ‘Vanishing Point’, amongst other things.”
The EP is limited to 999 hand-numbered copies, the first 500 are pressed on solid grey vinyl and the remainder on black. Note: the release date has been changed to September 16th, 2014, with pre-orders commencing on August 22nd." Minimal Wave Blog Share to TwitterShare to Facebook
The guest of september is the great Kezokichi (Japan / Blindetonation) for one hour of slow-weirdo-dark disco. You are beg to dance half undressed on this one. Don't expect anything, listen and don't be shy if you are looking for an ID from the mix.
Finally here is the list of the persons involved in this one hour mix
01- BARNT "U R D J"
02- BARIS K "200 (The Asphodells Dub)"
03- DJ STEVE "Special Cut #4"
04- COLE MEDINA "Medina's Magic"
05- CHANTAL "Dernier Volta"
06- MANFREDAS "Square Lights (Zongamin Remix Take Two)"
07- DORAU & KÖHNCKE "Durch Die Nacht (Geiger Remix)"
08- AUDISON "Vanish"
09- DAS BIERBEN "Alles Fällt (LoSoul Worldwide Remix)"
10- THE LOVE SUPREME "Pork Chop Express"
11- WOLFGANG VOIGT "Einstand Im Jenseits (Acid Mix)"
12- GHOST CAULDRON "See What I've Become (Superpitcher Smallville Remix)"
13- TOVA GERTNER "Etmol (It's a Fine Line Balnearic Version)" Share to TwitterShare to Facebook