Electronic music

Resident Advisor podcast #250 by Heinrich Mueller

“There’s a comment on Discogs that describes Drexciya as “America’s answer to Kraftwerk,” which might just be the most succinct way of putting it. Between 1992 and 2002 Heinrich Mueller (who was then referred to by his given name, Gerald Donald) and James Stinson recorded some of the most advanced and influential electro/techno ever to come out of Detroit. And they were certainly the most enigmatic. Even at the point of Stinson’s untimely passing in 2002, next to nothing was known about the group—they seldom spoke to the press, were never photographed and never performed live. Mueller went on to form, or continue with, a number of other projects, exploring a vast range of sonic textures and concepts in doing so. Dopplereffekt, Der Zyklus and Arpanet are just a few of these names, while the most recent of these, Zwischenwelt, are on the cusp of releasing the otherworldly Paranormale Aktivitat long-player.”
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Resident Advisor podcast #250 by Heinrich Mueller [Filesonic]

Resident Advisor podcast #250 by Heinrich Mueller
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Gilles Peterson Worldwide International #728 2011-03-13 Serge Gainsbourg, Roots and Joe Jazz mixes

Here is the latest Gilles Peterson Worldwide International show with Serge Gainsbourg, Roots and Joe Jazz mixes.
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Gilles Peterson Worldwide International #728 2011-03-13 Serge Gainsbourg, Roots and Joe Jazz mixes [Filesonic]

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6 Mix 2011-03-13 Ben Watt

“DJ and producer Ben Watt continues his 6 Mix residency, exploring the world of leftfield dance and electronic music, present and future. The head of pioneering deep house label and club night Buzzin’ Fly, Ben has recently been DJing in New York and released records by Tevo Howard and Flowers and Sea Creatures. In his latest 6 Mix, Ben plays a selection of alt-electronic pop, deep house and classic tunes from his record box, alongside discoveries from his DJ travels.”
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6 Mix 2011-03-13 Ben Watt [Filesonic]

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BBC Radio 6 Music Dave Pearce Dance Anthems 2011-03-12 Paul Oakenfold Archive Mix

“Dave Pearce presents three decades of floorfillers which have soundtracked life in clubland. This week there’s classic tunes from Urban Soul, K Klass and Sasha, as well a selection of your requests. There’s also rave gems from 808 State and Shades of Rhythmn and Dave’s featured label is big beat pioneers Wall Of Sound. In the final 30 minutes to celebrate this month’s Miami Winter Music Conference, Dave delves into the BBC Archive to pull out an archive mix from Paul Oakenfold, recorded at the Miami Conference in 1999. There’s seminal anthems from the worlds of rave, trance, house and electro, another profile of a key label in dance music history and upfront new electronic dance music from around the world.”

BBC Radio 6 Music Dave Pearce Dance Anthems 2011-03-12 Paul Oakenfold Archive Mix [Filesonic]

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Data Transmission podcast #149 from Munk

A reader tipped me about the Data Transmission podcast. Here is the latest on from Munk. Will keep on posting them if there is an interest 🙂
“This week’s Podcast comes from Gomma boss and genius producer Munk, the man responsible for the excellent new album The Bird And The Beat and countless remixes over the years. It was on his rework of Etienne De Crecy / Super Discount’s Someone Like You back in 2004 that we first discovered him, and since then electro-funk-disco reworkings for many of his peers and colleagues. That’s what this mix is all about – the Best Of Munk’s Remixes, if you like. If you dig his fresh, summery sounds – and how could you not, quite frankly? – make sure you check out his new album. Oh, and our feature with him coming shortly…”

Data Transmission podcast #149 from Munk [Filesonic]

Data Transmission podcast #149 from Munk
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Solid Steel Show 2011-03-11 DK and Interview with Wagon Christ

“This week DK takes over proceedings starting with the brutal Kyle Hall remix of the Carl Craig classic ‘Bug in the bassbin’ and continues with more dancefloor destruction from the current crop of killer club tracks from Ill Blu, Fourtet, Julio Bashmore and Boddika. It’s two from MJ Cole, two productions from NDV and two Hessle Audio tracks from Pangaea and Pearson Sound, before Africa Hitech blow the speakers with ‘Out in the streets’. We switch it down with Charles Stepney inspired music from The Stepkids and the source of that inspiration, Rotary Connection. Then it’s a track from the new Matthewdavid EP on Brainfeeder and a couple from the Gil Scott-Heron album with Jamie XX to close the first hour. With so much new music, DK continues into hour 2 starting with another cover, this time ‘When Saints Go Machine’ do the 80’s anthem by Kariya. William Breakspear gives Aloe Blacc some extra bass and it’s new music from Daedelus, plus another cut off the Brainfeeder label. Synthax from Luke Vibert ends the mix and leads nicely into an interview with him in his Wagon Christ guise. We hear about his background, musical influences and a taste of tracks from his new album ‘Toomorrow’ on Ninja Tune.”
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Solid Steel Show 2011-03-11 DK and Interview with Wagon Christ [Filesonic]

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Rob da Bank 2011-03-12 Alex Winston in session

“Alex Winston performs three tracks in session at the BBC’s Maida Vale studio’s expecially for Rob Da Bank. She talks about her mini album ‘Sister Wife’, being compared to Ellie Goulding and her future plans. Plus The Greatest Record in the World is the brand spanking new one from Chemical Brothers.”
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Rob da Bank 2011-03-12 Alex Winston in session [Uploaded.net download]

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