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  1. Mix Series: RC:9

    Long overdue part nine of the series. New Edits, remixes and tracks I’ve loved over the past few months. Hope you enjoy! All enquiries:

    Tracklist RC:9: I Need a Forest Fire (feat. Bon Iver) (Russ Chimes Version) - James Blake Again & Again - Lancelot So Good (D-Nox & Beckers Remix) - German Brigante Always On My Mind - Serge Devant 89’ (Dub) - Cera Alba My Tip - Dario D’Attis Golshifteh - Gacha Bakradze Sad Arpeggios - Bakradze Futureproof (Russ Chimes Remix) - Christa Vi Empathy - Kris Davis 9 Years (Koze Remix) - Roman Flugel Closure - Bakradze Brooklyn Shit - Dario D’Attis So Good - Richy Ahmed All You - Nyxen

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  2. Colin Flaherty with Gavin McInnes at compound media

    Colin Flaherty with Gavin McInnes at compound media

    The T-Shirts and other stuff pictured in the videos are easy to get at

    Hoax Black girl lied about old white dude throwing her into Clinton River near Detroit

    About the Author

    Colin Flaherty is an award winning reporter and author of the #1 best selling book Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry: The hoax of black victimization and those who enable it.

    From Colonel Allen West: “Read Colin Flaherty’s book, Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry. And be certain to share it.”

    TownHall: “Heroic.”

    FrontPageMag: “A national treasure.”

    Steve Malzberg, NewMaxTV: “Amazing.”

    Bill Cunningham: “Amazing.”

    Anthony Cumia: “Amazing.”

    His work has appeared in more than 1000 news sites around the world, including the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Time Magazine. His story about how a black man was unjustly convicted of trying to kill his white girlfriend resulted in his release from state prison and was featured on Court TV, NPR, The Los Angeles Times and San Diego Union-Tribune.

    He is also the author of White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore it.

    Both books are about black mob violence, black on white crime and the Knockout Game — and how public officials, reporters and activists deny, excuse, condone a…

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  3. EDC Sunrise 2016

    Recorded at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Electric Daisy Carnival, June 19th, 2016

    Pulled some favorites from my past few of Burning Man sunrise sets for the EDC Las Vegas set. Enjoy!

    1. Boards of Canada - Ready Let’s Go 0:00
    2. Jamie XX - Gosh 1:06
    3. Jackson and His Computerband - Radio Caca 5:19
    4. Cubenx - First Wave Front 7:33
    5. Daniel Avery - Knowing We’ll Be Here (KiNK Remix) 11:59
    6. Rival Consoles - Ghosting 16:08
    7. Tycho - L 19:23
    8. Jon Hopkins - Open Eye Signal 24:00
    9. Tycho - Hours 28:35
    10. Todd Terje - Ragysh 33:55
    11. Com Truise - Open 41:34
    12. Throwing Snow - As You Fall (VIP) 44:49
    13. Boards of Canada - Olson 50:05
    14. Luis Lancaster - Last Sunset 50:55
    15. Random Rab - Clairvoyer 54:21
    16. Bibio - À tout à l’heure 59:03
    17. Ulrich Schnauss - In All The Wrong Places 1:03:13
    18. Tycho - Awake 1:08:56

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  4. Pool Party Tape

    ☀️ New mixtape for Brain Magazine ☀️ Tracklisting : Download link :

    "La piscine" EP (vinyl/digital) : Includes remixes from L’Impératrice, Voilaaa, Lewis OfMan, Lucien.

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  5. Million Hearts Mix

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    Tracklist: 1. Thank You 2. Canticle 3. Clit Song 4. Airborn Identity 5. Just One Kiss (remux) 6. Lazy Soul 7. Weederlude 8. 84 bpm loop 9. Without Love Beat 10. Sympathy (Intergalactic aca) 11. The IRS (theirs) 12. Heart Attacker 13. Take (remix) 14. The Hundred Dollar Beat 15. Insecure Drum 16. Glorious Dawn (remux)

    A lot of these songs are available.

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  6. RA Podcast: RA.524 Boys Noize

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    The German artist shows us his strange side.

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    No matter your thoughts on electro house’s hyper-compressed grind, there’s no denying the influence of its plus-sized beats on modern styles. While many of the genre’s biggest names have flamed out or faded away since its heyday in the second half of the 2000s, others have proved more durable and versatile. Boys Noize, AKA Alexander Ridha, is a case-in-point. For a while tracks like "& Down" were inescapable at mainstream festivals, but these days he’s playing at Robert Johnson and releasing heads-down techno 12-inches on his eponymous label. He spent the intervening years attempting to link the relentless energy of his early productions to other styles—he might collaborate with someone like Skrillex but he can still drop Randomer, Anthony Naples and I-F in a mix.

    Ridha’s latest album is called Mayday and it features the hyperactive blend of builds and drops that you’ll recall from his debut Oi Oi Oi. The palette, however, has shifted from stadium-ready pounders to classic EBM, electro and techno, all of which you’ll hear in this hour-long mix. Sceptics might be surprised at the depth of the selections, as Ridha powers through a blend of martial beats.

    What have you been up to recently?

    I just released my new album, Mayday, and I was doing some weird, illegal events around the release. Yesterday I played for four hours at Robert Johnson in Offenbach. It’s a small club with great sound, and you can see the sun going up behind the decks. Now I’m back home in Berlin working on my new live show, which I’ll be premiering at Sónar, Barcelona.

    How and where was the mix recorded?

    It was recorded in March 2016 at my home studio in Berlin. I used vinyl, CD players and a mixer.

    Can you tell us about the idea behind the mix?

    In this mix you’ll hear old and new records. It’s the kind of stuff I’ve been playing in my club sets. I always tend to play the "weird" records. I’m just too bored by the easy house or techno records. I really like this new wave of industrial, wave and what I call indie-techno. I’m buying vinyl every week to keep up with all the new raw stuff.

    Tell us about your May 1st party in Berlin.

    It was the perfect day and occasion to put up a soundsystem in the middle of the streets. We just showed up with the soundsystem right behind the Oberbaumbrücke in Kreuzberg, close to the main demonstration route. We did it very DIY. I played music for 90 minutes before the police kindly asked us to turn off the sound. As you can see in the videos, the vibe was incredible but very peaceful at the same time. It was a great day in celebration of peace and anarchy and against conformity and the ties of the system.

    Has the political spirit of the day changed over the years since you’ve been going to it?

    I don’t think that the general spirit has changed. The day is (still) dedicated to demonstrating against the system we live in. But the level of violence and intensity has decreased. Today it’s less for the hardliners, and there are a lot of non-politically-driven people out there as well. There are a lot of tourists too, which I think is part of the overall interest in Berlin that’s been growing constantly over the last years. But even if it’s less obviously political for some of the crowds, I feel by just being out there on the streets, supporting the movement and that day, people do participate in this "demonstration."

    I personally think that a day like May 1st remains of huge importance in these days of mega capitalism, cultural capitalism, in a society that gets more and more polarized and conformist anywhere you go and look. People should stand up and speak up against a system and industry which makes it so hard to exist outside of its dogmatic world, and which hardly allows one to just live life the way one wants it. So in that sense the spirit of May 1st hasn’t changed to me.

    What are you up to next?

    I have a big European summer tour with my new live show. The last weeks and months have been spent programming for it. I’m also putting final touches on my music production for Oliver Stone’s new movie Snowden. There are some really good releases on BNR coming up: Djedjotronic has a new EP, SCNTST just finished a new album and we’ll be releasing an EP by Black Merlin.

    Tracklist /Voitex - Eremit

    An-i - Save Us

    Pankow - Das Vodkalied

    Tzusing - No Primordial State

    Elec Pt.1 - Moonoo

    Esplendor Geometrico - Rotor (1988)

    Powell - Club Music (Ancient Methods’ Körpersäure 91’ Remix)

    Prostitutes - Cuyahoga Frankenstein Shark Story of the Century

    Black Merlin - Burn It

    Greg Beato - Worship These Balls

    An Ultimate DJ - Sondages

    Absurd - Der Akt

    Privacy - Apex Predator

    J Choirboy - Fantazia

    User - Untitled

    Four Legs - Shark

    Burglar Tom - Arrabiata

    Nitzer Ebb - Let Your Body Learn (Boys Noize Edit)

    Sleeparchive - Track 3

    DAF - El Que (Boys Noize Edit)

    DJ Bone - Change

    Random Relations - The Suspects


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  7. Plaid’s Cord Mix

    We’ve put this mix together for Red Bull Music with much help from musical friends. Some of the tracks are taken from up and coming releases which we’ve been granted permission to use and others have very recently been released. We’ve included links to the artists and labels who’s material is included. We hope you enjoy this selection and follow and support their work in the future.

    Track list

    After Tomorrow (AMX remix) - Arovane & Hior Chronik Viele - Eigenheimer NAB - David Morley ⊶⊚⊖⬚⊟⊑∷༜⊚༜∷⊒⊞⬚⊖⊚⊷ - qebrus Looming - Rival Consoles Riverslock - Errorbeauty Plank - Syntax Down Deep - T///error Ethyle - Syl Kougaï You can hate me I’ll still love you (LIVE) - Defunkt Dialekt Alpha Wheel - Lone Pigeon Whisperer - Aevin Gesnov - Quadrable 010 - EBAM XXXXL - Acidulant Manhunter…

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  8. Dj - Mix For Music: “Almost Summer” - L.A. Daytime Disco 2016 by dj supermarkt

    103 minutes of mellow daytime disco from 2016, including some edits. Perfect for your next slow-dancing-party on a rooftop, a yacht, or a dark berlin toilet-club. Be careful, might bring a smile on your face….

    Soundcloud is continuing to delete copyright-complicated material. If you want to be sure to get more stuff like this from DJ Supermarkt, follow me here:

    Don’t forget to check out my compilation series "TOO SLOW TO DISCO" with "Late 70s Westcoast Yacht-Pop you can almost dance to": Out npw, volume 3 "The Ladies of TSTD"

    Download coming soon, for weird reasons…

    1. Dj Supermarkt - Intro
    2. Le Pamplemousse - Gimmie what you got (Poolside edit)
    3. Beard in Dust - Can’t get enough
    4. Lowrell - Mellow mellow (Alkalino rework)
    5. Surahn - Into the distance (Wealth rmx)
    6. Dr. Packer - Touch of magic (Epic voyage)
    7. Taste Nasa - Endless dreams (High Hoops rewind)
    8. Caypac - Speedracer (Falcon Punch rmx)
    9. MJ - It’s the being in love (Late Nite Tuff Guy rework)
    10. Jeffrey Paradise - I feel alright (Bosq dub)
    11. Du Tonc - We Can Hold On (Satin Jackets dub)
    12. Parcels - Herefore (Roisto rmx)
    13. Holmes Price - Got that sound (Night dub)
    14. Theatre of Delays - Madness (Hotlane rmx)
    15. Luxxury - Hold on
    16. Deelicious - Can’t live …

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  9. Writer Podcast - Thor Holt - Business Impact and Profile Raising -

    ADULT LANGUAGE WARNING. Simon & Schuster Published Author, Co-Founder of VICE Magazine Gavin McInnes talks writing advice and censorship with Thor (@thorholt)

    “Write before your deadline. And it should sit in your gullet for 24 hours… Let it ruminate!”

    “…whiskey gives it balls, pot makes it funny, coffee cuts the excess off!”

    “…write a letter to your brother, then take out the in-jokes”

    “…the days of having a publisher are over!”

    Let Gavin know what you think of his writing ideas and his politics on Twitter @gavin_mcinnes and tell him Thor from Write With Courage sent you.


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  10. Hired. - Wilson Miner: Design alone couldn’t save Rdio, The California Sunday Magazine

    Wilson Miner is the Director of Digital Design for The California Sunday Magazine. His career has spanned Facebook, Apple, and the now-defunct Rdio. We discuss highlights from Wilson’s career, his famous “When We Build” talk, why design alone couldn’t save Rdio’s illustrious streaming music service. (Photo by Monica Semergiu.)


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