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  1. Troika #19: Bleeps

    In the early eighties I was really into artists like Jean Michel Jarre, Depeche Mode and Howard Jones. I loved synths! After about ‘86 I moved away to more guitar-based music, Metal and then a wee folky phase in the early nineties.

    During my last year at college in 94 I started rediscovering electronic music. As well as purveyors of ambience like Aphex Twin and The Orb, I also got into the ‘dancey’ end of the spectrum, even though I wasn’t a fan of dancing or nightclubs. I kind of just nodded my head along,

    So, without interruption, here’s the three tracks I’ve chosen from : Leftfield, Future Sound of London and The Chemical Brothers. Enjoy!

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    —Huffduffed by hickensian

  2. Troika #18: Randoms

    Troika number 18 is a straightforward simpler episode! The only thematic link this time is tracks that I’ve discovered either by shuffle or playback glitches. Random songs! (Maybe a little bit of swearing too)

    —Huffduffed by hickensian

  3. Troika #16: Diddly-dum! Diddly-dum!…

    With the new series of Dr Who starting this weekend, I decided it was time for a Troika on the iconic TV theme! There has been a lot of ‘official’ versions and many more covers (including a terrible disco-ified one by Mankind in 1979), but here is the original, along with my two favourite unofficial versions!

    Doctor Who (1963 original theme) - Ron Grainer & Delia Derbyshire Ron Grainer wrote the score, but it was Delia Derbyshire at the BBC Radiophonic workshop that brought it to life, using techniques that she and Dick Mills invented as they went along. It was revolutionary, and their work continues to inspire electronica today, especially in bands like Stereolab

    ‘Dr Qui’ - Bill Bailey Bill Bailey is the first artist to be featured again on Troika, and this time it’s for his Belgian Jazz (with french lyrics - http://lyrics.wikia.com/wiki/Bill_Bailey:Dr._Qui) version of the theme. (He also appeared in the show as Droxil in ‘The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe’ fact fans).

    ‘Dr Who?’ - Orbital (live at Glastonbury) The men with laser beams for eyes regularly perform this lively EDM version in their live set. This one is taken from the 2004 Glastonbury Festival. They came back in 2010, and performed it with the then Eleventh Doctor, Matt Smith.

    P.S - Sorry about the abrupt end to the last track!

    —Huffduffed by hickensian

  4. Third Coast International Audio Festival :: Greenberger and Greenberg: On Story and Music

    Mark Greenberg is a musician who lives in Chicago, Illinois, with his wife Ann-Marie and their three children: Georgia, August, and Frankie. In the early 90s, Greenberg was a member of the musical group the Coctails, who toured extensively, recorded many records together, and even reunited in 2005 for a tour of Japan. Greenberg and Ann-Marie own and operate two music-for-use companies: Mayfair Recordings and Mayfair Workshop, where Greenberg composes music for soundtracks, spots, records, and video games.

    http://www.thirdcoastfestival.org/library/418-greenberger-and-greenberg-on-story-and-music

    —Huffduffed by stan

  5. Remembering Rites Of Spring And A Lasting D.C. Musical Moment | WAMU 88.5 - American University Radio

    In 1984, Mark Andersen was a newcomer to the nation’s capital, a Montana native who’d come to the big city to study international relations.

    http://wamu.org/programs/metro_connection/15/05/22/truth_communion_and_immense_possibility_remembering_a_lasting_musical_moment

    —Huffduffed by jgarber

  6. “Leaving On A Jetplane” by Eisley

    Song written by John Denver in 1966 but most famously recorded by Peter, Paul and Mary in 1969. Vocals - Sherri DuPree-Bemis, music/strings/production by Collin DuPree.

    https://soundcloud.com/eisley/leaving-on-a-jetplane

    —Huffduffed by jgarber

  7. Slowdive perform “Golden Hair” - Pitchfork Music Festival 2014

    Slowdive perform "Golden Hair" at Pitchfork Music Festival 2014

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    —Huffduffed by hickensian

  8. Founder Call With Stewart Butterfield: Funding, Valuations, and Workplace Productivity by Founder Calls | Free Listening on SoundCloud

    Founder Call With Stewart Butterfield: Funding, Valuations, and Workplace Productivity

    by Founder Calls

    published on 2015/04/28 15:26:56 0000

    Our longest episode of Founder Calls yet, you’ll want to dig in and listen to Stewart discuss why he decided to build an enterprise software company (after a brief detour in multiplayer gaming), how a product built for internal use spurred a massive pivot, and how the underlying technology that a company uses dramatically affects its ability to innovative and, ultimately, survive, as the major Darwinian forces of building a business take effect.

    Stewart also shares some of his thoughts on Slack’s latest funding, why he doesn’t have any plans to spend the money right away, and why he thinks Slack can justify a 2.8 billion dollar valuation (a 5.5% compounded weekly growth rate might have something to do with it!).

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    https://soundcloud.com/foundercalls/stewart-butterfield

    —Huffduffed by mathowie

  9. Podcast for April 21st, 2015 with Fancy Breakfast by Hometown Sounds

    This week Gabe Fry from The Mean Ideas and The NRIs makes fancy breakfast for Paul & Tony. Also we go a bit overboard with bee puns. Sorry about that.

    https://soundcloud.com/hometown-sounds/podcast-for-april-21st-2015-with-fancy-breakfast

    —Huffduffed by jgarber

  10. @diffuser.net - Podcast n°43 by adiffuser

    43ème podcast de l’ex-blog www.adiffuser.net, avec une petite sélection d’extraits des albums découverts lors du mois de mars 2015 ainsi qu’un aperçu des sorties des netlablels de ce même mois.

    Attention, les licences diffèrent selon les morceaux ! Vous pouvez trouver les références complètes de chaque titre (netlabel, artiste, album, morceau, licence) dans les commentaires temporels ainsi que dans la liste ci-dessous…

    https://soundcloud.com/adiffuser/diffusernet-podcast-n43

    —Huffduffed by jgarber

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