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  1. CLR Podcast | 121 | Ben Klock

    Berlin born DJ, producer and label owner Ben Klock is back on the CLR Podcast with a brand-new, exclusive mix. Without any doubt one of the most hardworking and significant characters in techno´s recent history has recorded another one of his deep and thrilling, hypnotic and groovy sets, which additionally announces the physical release of his remix for Emptyset "All Together Lost", due on Monday, June 27th. Furthermore he will play on CLR´s "All Together Lost" night at Amnesia / Ibiza on Friday June 24th, together with his fellow Berghain resident Len Faki, Mathew Jonson (live) and Chris Liebing. Since the opening of the legendary Berghain in Berlin, Ben Klock has held a monthly residency at this style-defining club and has been influencing the unique sound of the place as much as he has been influenced by playing at this so-called temple of boom. He has released his productions on Ostgut Ton, BPitch Control and his own label Klockworks. His debut artist album "One", as much as his famous "Berghain 04" mix still stand out as some of the most sensitive and extraordinary works in this genre. He has remixed artists as diverse as Kerri Chandler, Martyn or Depeche Mode and has become one of those often and widely praised producers of our time. Please enjoy this CLR Podcast 121 with Ben Klock in the mix!

    —Huffduffed by Clampants

  2. Lara - Philadelphia Swamp Techno

    Philadelphia’s Lara (AKA DJ Pos) has graced Deep Foc.us with our first exclusive mix taking you through a journey of what Lara describes as "dark, humid, and dubby techno." If you dug the "Kowton – Ssg Special Mix" we posted a few weeks back, you’ll feel this - no doubt.

    RAIME – “This Foundry” (Blackest Ever Black) INSTRA:MENTAL – “Let’s Talk” (NakedLunch) BYETONE – “Rocky [Soft]” (Raster-Noton) KASSEM MOSSE – “Untitled B2” (Workshop) SHACKLETON – “Death Is Not Final” (Skull Disco) MILTON BRADLEY – “Motor City” (Do Not Resist The Beat!) LOWTEC – “Untitled A1” (Workshop) LEVON VINCENT – “Woman Is The Devil” (Deconstruct) WIREMAN – “Armour” (Prime Numbers) CLARO INTELECTO – “Contact” (AI) ANDY STOTT – “Brief Encounter” (Modern Love) SZARE – “Untitled B2” (Horizontal Ground) STEREOCITI – “Waiting For Your Call” (Mojuba) RHYTHM + SOUND – “Mango Drive” (Rhythm + Sound)

    http://deepfoc.us/mixes/lara-philadelphia-swamp-techno/

    —Huffduffed by Clampants

  3. BIS Radio Show #571 - Pt 1 with: Trentemøller

    1. Kid Kongo And The Yellow Monkey Birds - La Lliarona
    2. Suicide - Touch Me (Trentemøller Edit)
    3. Chimes & Bells - The Mole (Trentemøller Remix)
    4. Trickski - Pill Collins (Trentemøller Edit)
    5. Nursery -
    6. Jarvis Cocker - You’re In My Eyes (Disco Song) Pilooski Remix
    7. Nick Cave - (Trentemøller Edit)
    8. Khan - Ride My Pony
    9. Bruce Springsteen - State Trooper (Trentemøller Edit)
    10. Crash Course In Science - Flying Turns (Trentemøller Edit)
      • Lose Yourself
    11. Oh No Ono’s - Eleanor Speaks (Caribou Remix)
      • Destroy Yourself
    12. The Presets - Kiddie In The Middle
    13. Kim Ann Foxman - Creature
    14. Wild Nothing - Chinatown
    15. The Warlocks -
    16. Warpaint - Ashes To Ashes
    17. Joakim - Come Into My Kitchen (Trentemøller Edit)

    —Huffduffed by Clampants

  4. Data Transmission Podcast 158 - London Elektricity

    1 London Elektricity - Fault Lines 2 Sub Zero - Brighter Days 3 Marcus Intallex - Celestial Navigation 4 Nu:Tone ft Natalie Williams- The First Time 5 Reso - War Machine 6 Trisector- Lifeforms 7 Daft Punk- One More Time D&B bootleg 8 Eric Prydz - Nitton (Sigma remix) 9 London Elektricity - Meteorites 10 London Elektricity - Yikes 11 SPY - By Your Side 12 London Elektricity - Just One Second (Apex VIP Mix) 13 Netsky - Memory Lane 14 Subwave - Changes 15 Lung - Relapse 16 Sato - Dystopia 17 Mr Joseph - Danger Room 18 Tyke - Music Makers 19 Royalston - Cerulian Blue 20 Icicle ft SP MC - Dreadnaught 21 Adele - Rolling in the Deep D&B bootleg 22 London Elektricity - The Plan That Cannot Fail 23 London Elektricity - Had A Little Fight 24 Danny Byrd ft London Elektricity - Failsafe 25 Muffler - Dribble 26 Apex - Inner Space 27 London Elektricity - Invisible Worlds

    —Huffduffed by Clampants

  5. John Tejada - Conduit Podcast #20

    http://conduitpodcast.wordpress.com/2011/04/21/the-conduit-020-john-tejada/

    It’s quite exciting to have the legendary Los Angeles producer/DJ John Tejada drop a mix for our series. It’s one he made exclusively for us that focuses entirely on his Palette imprint. Any Californian worth his weight in salt and of a discerning ear will tell you how much of an influence this guy’s music has had on their own. One of my favorite things about this series has been that guys even older than me are still going strong with their passion and devotion to the craft, and Tejada is a founding influence out West who has been going strong since the days of KDAY on the AM down in the Basin. My own connection to him stretches the divide between my days as a hawker of digital music with those of my vinyl selling days, but it stretches even further back to my days of living in Hollywood. Back in those days there was lots of obnoxious trance as well as hardcore, which I fully enjoyed, but Tejada was always that one guy who showed the promise of unmitigated techno and even the joys of well done drum & bass. I didn’t know him then (and barely know him now), but thought he still might be around later down the road. One reason is that he’s never wavered, nor has his label, in constancy of purpose. You can also hear that quality on Tejada’s recent remix of Deepak Sharma & Dieter Krause’s “Wolkenreise” and also on his recently announced album for Kompakt due out this summer. In the meantime, this guy ain’t goin’ nowhere and should continue be an influence for years to come. Without further ado, we give you John Tejada. - Sean-Michael Yoder

    —Huffduffed by Clampants

  6. Substantial Sessions 03: Just Like Honey

    Tracklisting (via email, with commentary):

    01) Brandy & Monica - The Boy Is Mine (the first Darkchild production to hit big, IIRC…great instrumental. i like this ext’d version.) 02) Lucy Pearl - Dance Tonight (THE JAM!! i play an uptempo (Bmore club) remake by Top Billin’ any chance i get.) 03) Mary J - Real Love (classic. borderline ubiquitous, but Mary is the soul queen of our generation, so it gets a pass.) 04) SWV (i think) - Don’t Walk Away (good choice.) 05) Mariah - Honey (meh. puffy. meh. "Fantasy" with ODB is the proper choice. similar vibe. but i get it. good name for a mix) 06) Force MD’s - Love You Down (NO…it’s the INOJ remake…that makes sense, timeline-wise for this mix. Booty bass. Yeeeeeaaaahhhh!) 07) Ghost Town DJ’s - My Boo (same album as that INOJ track, i believe. "So So Def Bass Allstars". More booty bass. Uh huh.) 08) ?? - Freak It Like You Want It (not on my radar…probably played it once or twice when it was new. nice "deep cut" choice.) 09) TLC - baby baby baby (niiiice. not an obvious cut. good choice. i would totally get down to this mix in college.) 10) Mary. Freakin. J. - Sweet Thing (CHOON!!!! THE OTHER JAM on this mix. IMPECCABLE CHOICE. This makes the mix. Perfect.) 11) D’Angelo - Lady (PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. LOVE. LOVE. LOVE. LOVE. LOVE.)

    From http://substantial.com/blog/2011/02/14/substantial-sessions-03-just-like-honey/

    —Huffduffed by tiffehr

  7. DJ Oscar’s – Pubstep Number Four

    Off for a new round in the ol’ Pubstep and this one’s particulary heavy on deep bass and sluggish beats, perfect for excessively nodding your head to. Try some!

    http://www.pfradio.com/podcasts/motion-podcasts/dubstep-mixes/pubstep-four/

    Drexciya – Intro Coil – Theme from Blue I Brian Eno & David Byrne – Mea culpa Boards of Canada – Telephasic workshop Drexciya – Sea snake Caustic Window – Italic Eyeball The Other People Place – Running from love Jamie Woon – Night Air Bloc Party – Where is home? (Burial remix) Joy Orbison – bb Take – Neon Beams Jamie Lidell – Little bit more (Luke Vibert remix) Venetian Snares – Öngyilkos vasarnap Seefeel – Faults

    —Huffduffed by Clampants

  8. Nihal Ramchandani - Hotflush Podcast 12

    Tracklist: Neu! – Im Glück – [Astralwerks] E.M.A.K. – Traumreise – [Universal Sound] Kode 9 & The Spaceape – Sine of the Dub [Hyperdub] Robert Rich & Brian Lustmord – Synergistic Perceptions [Fathom] Demdike Stare – Regolith – [Modern Love] Shackleton – The Rope Tightens (Badawi Remix) – [Skull Disco] Genuine Fraud – Dark Matter – [Unreleased] Unknown – Untitled – [Unreleased] Raime – This Foundry (Regis Version) – [Blackest Ever Black] Sandwell District – Feed Forward Test Session – [Sandwell District] A Made Up Sound – Rear Window (Shattered) – [Delsin] Marcel Fengler – Shiraz – [Ostgut Ton] Kode 9 & The Spaceape – Victims – [Hyperdub] Badawi – More Schnitzel – [The Index – forthcoming] Scuba – Ruptured (Surgeon Remix) – [Hotflush Recordings] Boddika – Boddika’s House – [Naked Lunch] Al Tourettes – She Shimmers – [Unreleased]

    http://somebodyhastodoit.blogspot.com/2011/01/nihal-ramchandani-hotflush-podcast-12.html

    —Huffduffed by Clampants

  9. SEBA//NLDNB PODCAST #2

    tracklisting: 01. Vince Watson – Spores 02. Nusense – Archery (Vampire Audio) 03. Andyskopes & Mr Joseph – Trash Talk (Secret Operations) 04. Spinline – Made Guy (Dispatch Transit One) 05. Seba – Future Sound (Spearhead Ltd) 06. Seba & Method One – Mr Downstairs (Secret Operations) 07. War – Rafale (Tech Noir) 08. Seba – Nostalgia (Warm Communications) 09. Andy Skopes & Mr Joseph – Call For Arms (Secret Operations) 10. S.P.Y. – Fields Of Joy (Critical) 11. Adam Tensta – Ok Wow (Seba Remix) (EMI) 12. Fracture & Neptune – Hot Spot 13. Seba – Vanity (Warm Communications) 14. Keza – Monkey Business (Dispatch Transit One) 15. Seba & Physics – Before I Can Breathe (Secret Operations) 16. Seba & Physics – The Music (Secret Operations) 17. Seba – Welcome To Our World (Spearhead Ltd) 18. LSB – Rolling Sideways (Spearhead Ltd)

    http://soundcloud.com/secret-operations

    —Huffduffed by Clampants

  10. Kompakt Records Xmas Mix: Jan Eric-Kaiser

    Today we have a special exclusive Christmas mix from our own Jan Eric-Kaiser! Jan-Eric Kaiser went through the classic school of Cologne bars, private parties and small events. The resulting variety in music, as well as the impact of regular attendance at Total-Confusion has defined and still keeps on influencing his style until today.

    —Huffduffed by Clampants

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