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  1. Sunset Sessions - Episode 01 by Alex H

    Presented by Alex H: http://weraveyou.com/2015/12/19/we-rave-you-presents-sunset-sessions-episode-01-by-alex-h/

    Follow We Rave You: facebook.com/weraveyou twitter.com/weraveyou instagram.com/weraveyou

    Follow Alex H: http://facebook.com/4lexH https://twitter.com/AlexHMusik http://soundcloud.com/AlexHumberstone

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/weraveyouofficial/sunsetsessions1?in=alexhumberstone/sets/3-year-of-alex-h
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  2. 3 Years Of Alex H (8K Followers Tribute Mix)

    Thank you to everyone has followed me and supported me thus far. :)

    Tracklist:

    Tracklist:

    1. Alex H - Arion [sunsetmelodies]
    2. Alex H - Borlis Pass [Progressive House Worldwide]
    3. Alex H - Blood Moon [sunsetmelodies]
    4. Alex H - Schnitzel (Original Mix) Free Download
    5. Alex H - There’s No Turning Back (Dub Mix) [Perplexity Music]
    6. Alex H - Where Stars Collide [Pineapple Digital]
    7. Alex H & Nico Schinco - The Draft [Progressive House Worldwide]
    8. Alex H & Martin Graff - ID
    9. Alex H - Kwekwe [Progressive House Worldwide]
    10. Roald Velden & Alex H - Perplexity of Dreams [Perplexity Music]
    11. Alex H - Follow Your Heart [Progressive House Worldwide]
    12. Nico Schinco - Reverie (Alex H Remix) [Progressive House Worldwide]
    13. Alex H & Dj Massymo Tn - Beyond the Blue Horizon [Progressive House Worldwide]
    14. Bob Fanzidon - Last Reason (Alex H Remix) [Progressive House Worldwide]
    15. Alex H - Remnants of Zimbabwe [Progressive House Worldwide]
    16. Alex H - Cape To Cairo (Original Mix) Free Download
    17. Alex H - A New Beginning (Original Mix) Free Download

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/alexhumberstone/3-years-of-alex-h-8k-followers-tribute-mix?in=alexhumberstone/sets/3-year-of-alex-h
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  3. DEEP DISH - BBC RADIO 1 ESSENTIAL MIX (MARCH 22 2014)

    TRACKLIST: 01. Sascha Funke - Mango Special (Berlin Calling Edit) [Bpitch Control] 02. The Mole People - Break Night (The Lost Tapes 2009 Edit) [Strictly Rhythm] 03. Tiger Stripes - Keep A Movin’ [Desolat] 04. Uner - Monday Afternoon [Diynamic] 05. Oliver Weiter - Angelus [Parquet Recordings] 06. Hanne & Lore - Supergirl [Monaberry] 07. Marie Claire D’Ubaldo - The Rhythm Is Magic (Todd Terry Rubber Mix) [Polydor] 08. Dubfire - Exit (Feat. Miss Kittin) [SCI+TEC] 09. David Lynch - Wishin’ Well (Hot Since 82 Remix) [Sunday Best Records] 11. 4th Measure Men - 4 You [Area 10] 12. Oscar G. & Ralph Falcon - Dark Beat (Saso Recyd Remix) [MURK] 13. Paul Strive - Take This Sound [SCI+TEC] 14. Dubfire & Oliver Huntemann - Agua [White Label] 15. Alberto Tolo - Professional [SCI+TEC] 16. Sharam - My Way (Feat. Honey Honey) (Veerus & Maxie Divine Remix) [Yoshitoshi] 17. Sharam - Tripi (Feat. Manfred Mann’s Earth Band) [Play It, Say It] 18. Maceo Plex - Conjure Balearia [Ellum Audio] 19. Deep Dish - Quincy [Virgin] 20. Chris Rusu - The Mission [SCI+TEC] 21. Lank vs. Cid - Coronal Mass (Luis Junior Remix) [microCastle] 22. Moderat - Bad Kingdom (Marcel Dettman Remix) [50 Weapons] 23. ESS - Double O Two [ESS] 24. Murr - Dive Into the Deepest (Feat. Rosina) (Maceo Plex Remix) [Thoughtless Music] 25. Sharam & Anousheh - String Along (Dub) [Yoshitos…

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  4. Kid Machine – Machine Forever Mix

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    Kid Machine est un artiste anglais qui avait frappé fort en 2012 en signant un 1er EP “Replicants” remarqué sur l’influent label hollandais Viewlexx. Nous avons ensuite pu découvrir son premier album “First Contact” sur le label Cyber Dance et un nouvel EP “Red Planet” toujours aussi efficace sur Red Laser Records. Mark (son prénom) m’avait promis de longue date de passer sur Valerie présenter son histoire et ses influences. C’est chose faite aujourd’hui avec ce mix vinyl qui arrive à point nommé pour célébrer la nouvelle année!

    Kid Machine, a UK based artist who hit back in 2012 with his EP « Replicants », as seen on the influent dutch label Viewlexx. We then discovered his first album « First Contact », released on Cyber Dance, and a new EP called « Red Planet », still very effective, on Red Laser Records. Mark (his real name) has promised me, a long time ago, to come here showing us his story and his influences. Something done today, with this vinyl only mix, perfectly timed to celebrate the new year!

    Kid Machine – Machine Forever Mix

    Playlist:

    01 – Kid Machine – Unreleased demo – (file)

    02 – Rockets – Another Place, Another Time

    (Red Laser: Hits from the Manctalo Diskoteque LP2)

    03 – Kid Machine – Lost Discotheque Lovers – (Viewlexx)

    04 – Model 11-29 – Wot Times (Instrumental Version) – (Musix)

    05 – Riccardo Cioni – Fog – (Master Dee Jay)

    05 – Starion – Fantomas – (Red Laser)

    06 – Paul Hardcastle – 19 (Extended Version – (Chrysalis)

    07 – Il Bosco – Dirty Girl – (Red Laser)

    08 – Kid Machine – Invasion – (Red Laser)

    09 – Hypnosis – Argonauts – (Zyx)

    10 – Kid Machine – Rulers of the Red Planet – (Red Laser)

    11 – Blue Vision – Visions (Instrumental) – (EMI Electrola)

    12 – Hypnotic Samba – Hypnotic Samba (Il Bosco Edit)

    (Red Laser: Hits from the Manctalo Diskoteque LP1)

    13 – Steel Mind – Bad Passion (Instrumental) – (Delirium)

    14 – Faxe – Time for Changes – (Zyx)

    15 – Starion – Darkstar – (Red Laser)

    16 – The Problems – Moustache Italo Anthem – (Moustache)

    17 – The Conservatives – Loneliness – (Top Secret/Test Series)

    18 – Space – Magic Fly – (PYE)

    19 – I.M.S – Nonline – (Bellaphon)

    20 – Charlie – Spacer Woman – (Mr. Disc Organization)

    21 – Alden Tyrell – Love Explosion – (Viewlexx)

    22 – I.M.S – Run Away – (Bellaphon)

    23 – Govindo – Ou Ka Vini Moin (IL Bosco & Kid Machine Edit)

    (Red Laser: Hits from the Manctalo Diskoteque LP2)

    24 – Wind – Luxury (Red Laser: Hits from the Manctalo Diskoteque LP1)

    25 – Steven Dale – Together Forever – (Hawkeye)

    26 – Kid Machine – Forever in the Stars – (Cyber Dance)

    http://www.valeriecollective.com/2016/01/machine-forever/

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  5. Podcast: Ev Williams, Medium CEO | Re/code Decode, hosted by Kara Swisher | Recode

    Medium CEO Ev Williams talks with Peter Kafka about why writing on the Internet today is all about the platform. Plus: Why did Williams and the rest of Twitter’s board seemingly change their minds about Jack Dorsey’s eligibility to be CEO again?

    http://recode.net/podcasts/ev-williams-medium-ceo/

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  6. Apple CEO Tim Cook: ‘Privacy Is A Fundamental Human Right’ : All Tech Considered : NPR

    Apple has long touted the power and design of its devices, but recently it’s been emphasizing their privacy features. Tim Cook describes how Apple is protecting and using, or not using, customer data.

    http://www.npr.org/sections/alltechconsidered/2015/10/01/445026470/apple-ceo-tim-cook-privacy-is-a-fundamental-human-right

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  7. Islam and the Future of Tolerance (Fixed Sound)

    Panelists Sam Harris, Co-founder and Chief Executive of Project Reason and Maajid Nawaz Founding Chairman of Quilliam, joined moderator Juliette Kayyem, Lecturer in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, for a panel discussion to reflect on the future of Islam and tolerance regarding it. The panelists discussed many topics regarding Islam in modern society, such as Islam’s place in modern culture, the events leading up to the modern public perception of Islam, and Islamic extremism. These topics were put forth with the final goal of collaborating to ensure a stable future of tolerance in the world.

    A panel discussion with: Sam Harris Neuroscientist, Co-founder and Chief Executive, Project Reason, Author, The End of Faith, Letter to a Christian Nation, among others Maajid Nawaz Author, Radical Founding Chairman, Quilliam Juliette Kayyem (moderator) Lecturer in Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School Former Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental Affairs, US Department of Homeland Security

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  8. Why we crave what’s cool

    What does it mean to be cool? It’s a means of standing out, as well as a way of fitting in. In studying the brain, economists have found that when we consume products from status brands, it actually gives us a way to create social networks, friendships, alliances. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports.

    http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/crave-whats-cool/

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  9. Jack Donovan | The Way of Men (Episode 443) - The Art of Charm

    No matter what society and the media are trying to tell you, masculinity is not an antiquated concept. Jack Donovan, author of The Way of Men, explains why.

    http://theartofcharm.com/podcast-episodes/jack-donovan-the-way-of-men-episode-443/

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  10. Everybody Loves Black Jizz w/ Gavin McInnes by Crass to Mouth

    On this episode of the “Crass to Mouth” podcast, I tried to save the hosts from their ridiculous world view.

    Here’s a listener’s letter about it.

    Dear Street Carnage,

    In the 80 minute podcast, there was a wealth of logical fallacies, galling hypocrises, and enough evidence for you to take your case for The DEath of Discussion before any jury in the land and get a guilty verdict. (Guilty of being right?) It’s hard to pick the most irritating and illogical moments, but i’ve singled out a few of the most teeth-grittingly annoying moments.

    Some source in the past few years (I’m guessing buzzfeed, the source for most awful cultural trends nowadays) has informed dumb girls that if they want to proceed directly to Genius Town without cracking a book or forming one single thought of their own – without the aid of Gawker, Buzzfeed, Huffpo etc – is to speak in a snide monotone. So this is the aural state of the 21st Century American female: starts with up-talking, vocal frying until her late 20s, then switches over to this world weary drone. Some progress. Now all the things being spoken are still scarfed down and barfed up from her social media feed, but that delivery suggests a certain maturity, a real hard won wisdom that can only be earned by lowering your voice an octave and slowing it down, or maybe wearing eyeglasses.

    This is bad enough coming from women in their twenties and early thirties, but when you hear a broad in her forties speaking in this fashion it comes off as nothing less than brain damage.

    The other half of this girl power duo irritated in ways not involving a lame vocal affectation. Ostensibly a feminist fighter for the Universal Sisterhood, the evidence of her life she offered would suggest the opposite of that. Her vocation seemed to be living off the money of a rich white man (who makes money writing sexist jokes for a pretty lady to say on tv). In exchange for this leisurely lifestyle she is his well-behaved sexual plaything that gives him total sexual freedom and never pipes up about his many anonymous hook-ups.

    This is fine. I’m a free will man from way back, and sometimes people exercise their free will by choosing subjugation.

    The problem is the hypocrisy. If you’re out there smashing the patriarchy with your dainty fist, don’t boast about being involved in a problematic, heteronormative relationship that is more Don Draper’s marriage in season one of Mad Men than a portrait of swinging Bohemia.

    21st Century Feminism = Staying at home while your rich, white boyfriend goes out and makes money, while you wait for him to come home and fuck you, or fuck someone else and then tell you about it, or bring someone home for you to fuck. Look out Male Ruled Status Quo! Will it be able to survive such a blitz?

    Now I used Mad Men as a reference, because Congress recently passed that law prohibiting you from knowing about anything that happened before you were born. Oh, they didn’t pass that legislation? I wouldn’t know from talking to the Kids These Days. (Also kids today now counts people deep into their 30s as young. This is untrue for all but doubly wrong for those humans with egg sacs.) Everytime a film, book, or album that came out before they were born comes up they will let you know they had yet to be born and then punctuate the statement with a smug chortle.

    This came up multiple times with Kurt Metzgers’s kept woman. When the names KT McFarland and Barbra Corcoran came up, she giggled about never having heard of those people before. Two irksome points here: One, declarations of ignorance are now delivered with smug glee. Two, it seems 21st Century American feminism thinks the only arena for female achievement worthy of recognition is Show biz. Not real estate or the highest levels of international politics, but wearing make up, dressing up in costumes and being pretty and/or cute in front of a camera while people pay attention to you and give you money. Maximum girl power!

    At one point the movie Zelig was mentioned. She didn’t know that. An alleged comedy writer living in New York City isn’t familiar with one the most acclaimed living New York comedy minds. A man who is as talented at creating comedy as he is at committing monstrous crimes against prepubescent girls, Woody Allen has achieved commercial and near universal acclaim as a stand up, tv writer, film director, “analogue” book writer, actor, and destroyer of trust in men for several little girls. Now the laymen could, though shouldn’t, get away with not knowing the work of Woody Allen. But for an aspiring comedy writer, nay, aspiring comedy FAN in NYC its an unforgivable act of ignorance to not know the Woodman. And seriously, Zelig is a hilarious and insightful movie about conformity. As Louis CK once said of Woody Allen’s movie Bananas “that shit is bananas”

    Also, how hard is it to write if you’re a writer? Open a text document and start typing. Buy a twenty-five cent notebook at Walmart and ask anyone in America for a pen and they’ll give you one. The only thing stopping this woman and anyone else from getting down to the actual business of writing something is the deadly combination of too many excuses and too little ambition.

    I’m sure these gals will find nothing but massive success in their lives, but I found them supremely annoying at times. Overall an entertaining podcast episode that merits a listen.

    PS Bad choice of Fran Lebowitz as the intellectual she was imitating with her persona. Fran Lebowitz is a cool, fast-talking New York character who bemoans the state of todays dull, materialistic youth and urges them to stop taking pictures of their food and get out there and party. Martin Scorcese made a documentary about her, Public Speaking, a few years back and you’d certainly take back that insult/compliment once you watch it. Next time consider Andrea Dworkin, she was an ugly and humorless feminist intellectual.

    -TIAS

    Dear Tias,

    Fran Lebowitz tours the country getting big bucks to shit on rich people and tell everyone how to write. She has written one book her entire life. She is a sow.

    -GAVIN McINNES

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