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Weaponized Cum
Aug 31, 2004


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The latest CLR podcast is brought by none other than Marcel Dettmann. You can grab it here: http://www.clr.net/media.pl

Gotta sign in through Facebook but its definitely worth it.

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Longtiem
Feb 9, 2010


CLaude von Stroke is literally a genius, for the record. He has a bunch of videos out and about where he explains certain tracks and how he made certain samples and its really just clever and creative and cool.

a milk crime
Jun 30, 2007

Murky Waters
big business man


Weaponized Cum posted:

The latest CLR podcast is brought by none other than Marcel Dettmann. You can grab it here: http://www.clr.net/media.pl

Gotta sign in through Facebook but its definitely worth it.

I've never had to sign in through facebook to download a CLR podcast. Additionally, it's listed in itunes, etc.

Landsknecht
Oct 27, 2009
I hope this person is trolling, nobody can be so unfunny and dumb

breaks posted:

Saw scuba last night, great set. Some kids in the back were looking awfully confused about their dubstep hero laying down a (mostly) techno set but most of the crowd was up for it. If you're in one of the cities he's playing during his little North American tour, make sure to go see him!

It's kinda hilarious now because the Berlin based guys who were all about dubstep a few years ago are moving back to techno. Scuba and DJ Pete (the 2 big names) are actually playing a fair amount of techno nights and they don't organize as many dubstep nights as before (wax treatment is less regular now, and I don't think berghain has SUB:STANCE anymore). The big telling thing for me about the state of dubstep was that Shed (yes, our beloved hero producer who just released an album) is singing the praises of techno again, where as a while ago he was super into dubstep/glitch and saying he was tired of techno.

Weaponized Cum
Aug 31, 2004


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a milk crime posted:

I've never had to sign in through facebook to download a CLR podcast. Additionally, it's listed in itunes, etc.

I don't use itunes and I was prompted to sign in through Facebook. Thanks for your post though. Very informative.

Vonstroke is indeed a swell dude. He just hangs around shooting the poo poo with people at the Dirtybird BBQs. Can't wait to catch him along Maya Jane Coles in Sept.

Weaponized Cum fucked around with this message at Aug 1, 2012 around 21:54

Ret
Sep 17, 2004



Hmm pretty cool thread. I see a lot of people share similar tastes. I went to DEMF and had a blast and now I'm thinking of checking out the Decibel Festival http://dbfestival.com/artists/ but don't recognize as many names. Orbital, Carl Craig, Matthew Dear, Nina Kraviz I think someone was gushing about Dixon in this thread and hear people raving about Actress but what other folks should I give a listen to before laying down $200.

a milk crime
Jun 30, 2007

Murky Waters
big business man


Ret posted:

Hmm pretty cool thread. I see a lot of people share similar tastes. I went to DEMF and had a blast and now I'm thinking of checking out the Decibel Festival http://dbfestival.com/artists/ but don't recognize as many names. Orbital, Carl Craig, Matthew Dear, Nina Kraviz I think someone was gushing about Dixon in this thread and hear people raving about Actress but what other folks should I give a listen to before laying down $200.

Lots of good names on that list. Actress is great, his last album is special. Actress in general is someone special. For sure listen to John Talabot (his album fin is great), Objekt (everything he does is gold, peep his FACT mix for sure), Monolake, Demdike Stare, Octave One, DVS1, Roman Flugel, FaltyDL (he's like garage tho), Peter Van Hoesen. Also I really like Dixon a lot and recommend his mix for Robert Johnson from last year. He's a great DJ in general but that mix is something special. Teengirl Fantasy and Kangding Ray are also good, too. Axel Boman is a great DJ and a great remixer. Fun dude. Oh and seeing Kuedo would be fun too.

You can find a lot of mixes by any of these dudes online. Try mixesdb.com and they should be able to point you in the right direction.

webmeister
Jan 31, 2007

The answer is, mate, because I want to do you slowly. There has to be a bit of sport in this for all of us. In the psychological battle stakes, we are stripped down and ready to go. I want to see those ashen-faced performances; I want more of them. I want to be encouraged. I want to see you squirm.

Octave One are pretty good, so go see them! Check it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FBqrdhpPJk

I really rate Bonobo as well, though they're much softer and a different style to most of the stuff posted here. Check out their stuff on youtube - I'd recommend listening to Kiara, Eyesdown and Black Sands to get a feel for their music.

AKP
Oct 17, 2007

by XyloJW


If I were to attend I'd definitely check out the following:

Machinedrum, DVS1, Shlohmo, Paul Chambers & George Fitzgerald.

Longtiem
Feb 9, 2010


Claude Von Stroke and Justin Martin were on diplos radio show, but it's kinda files since BBC tells me its not available outside the UK. It has some great moments in it, but it does have that whole BBC radio 1 station ID every 3 minutes which sucks.

johnsonsskevin
Aug 14, 2012


I was in Ibiza last summer, the country offers awesome music and excelent clubs with lots of people partying

colonp
Apr 21, 2007
Hi!

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Paul Kersey
Oct 28, 2004



Always loved this clip of Octave One:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocjsJLfAG5M

Emetic Hustler
May 5, 2009




I like how his head bobbing makes his glasses fly off.

Firaga
Jan 4, 2005
WHAT YOU SAY

AKP posted:

I went to the mad decent block party in toronto this past weekend, claude von stroke was supposed to play but his flight got delayed.. fortunately he still made it on time to play at footwork that night in toronto. paid $30 cover but it was worth every dollar - quite possibly one of the best sets ive ever witnessed live.

I was at the block party too, I was pretty disappointed when he said he couldn't make it. I saw him at DEMF and it was probably one of the best live sets I've ever heard. I've always been a fan of his and his label but he completely blew me away at DEMF.
I was debating going to FW and in the end didn't end up going but now I'm kind of glad because I would have been pretty pissed if I had to pay $30.

Seriously though if anybody here gets a chance to see Vonstroke at least once, do it.

a milk crime posted:

Lots of good names on that list. Actress is great, his last album is special. Actress in general is someone special.

I like Actress a lot but his live set at DEMF was pretty bad, I'm not going to lie. First of all for whatever reason his sound quality was poo poo. I don't know if he just didn't have his software set up properly or what but it sounded really bad.
Second it seems like he hasn't quite figured out what he wants to do with his music live yet. Seeing as he is a fairly new producer, and his stuff tends to lean on the experimental side, I can understand that. But my point is it wasn't a very good live set.

The rest of the lineup is great though.

Apolis
Mar 4, 2004



Is $30 an expensive cover there for someone like that?

Firaga
Jan 4, 2005
WHAT YOU SAY

Sort of, you can definitely catch cheaper acts depending on who is doing the bookings (I saw Scuba for $10). But the club Footwork has a fairly large monopoly and gets most of the big acts, and in my opinion its not a very good venue. It has a very loyal following but compared to some of the other cities and clubs I've been to its difficult to justify paying that much sometimes.
I also saw Adam Beyer and Ida Engberg play back to back at that venue for $20, so even for them $30 is a lot.

Also DEMF early birds are only $60 which is an incredible price and has kind of spoiled me.

webmeister
Jan 31, 2007

The answer is, mate, because I want to do you slowly. There has to be a bit of sport in this for all of us. In the psychological battle stakes, we are stripped down and ready to go. I want to see those ashen-faced performances; I want more of them. I want to be encouraged. I want to see you squirm.

Emetic Hustler posted:

I like how his head bobbing makes his glasses fly off.

Their head bops are completely hyponotic.

I had a good chat with them last time they were out here and they're really chill dudes. Happy to just shoot the poo poo about music and touring and all that jazz

Ret
Sep 17, 2004



Thanks for the suggestions everyone!

Firaga posted:

Also DEMF early birds are only $60 which is an incredible price and has kind of spoiled me.
This... it's amazing/awesome how cheap and well organized the festival is. I wound up spending way more on parties

Dirty Bird Party - Justin Martin, Claude VonStroke, Eats Everything, J.Phlip, Worthy - $15 $2 PBR woo

http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?359230 was an overpriced cluster gently caress but had it not been the lineup was nuts

There was a circo loco party that sounded nuts, Seth Troxlers annual bbq was definitely cool, poo poo show a hot creations party. I guess it's not any different from what happens in Miami or other festivals (?) but drat it's cheap.

I am going to do everything in my power to go back next year.

$30 seems like the most I'd be willing to pay

Old Man Pants
Nov 21, 2010

Strippers are people too!


Ret posted:

Thanks for the suggestions everyone!
This... it's amazing/awesome how cheap and well organized the festival is. I wound up spending way more on parties

Dirty Bird Party - Justin Martin, Claude VonStroke, Eats Everything, J.Phlip, Worthy - $15 $2 PBR woo

http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?359230 was an overpriced cluster gently caress but had it not been the lineup was nuts

There was a circo loco party that sounded nuts, Seth Troxlers annual bbq was definitely cool, poo poo show a hot creations party. I guess it's not any different from what happens in Miami or other festivals (?) but drat it's cheap.

I am going to do everything in my power to go back next year.

$30 seems like the most I'd be willing to pay

Ugh the rare form clusterfuck was the low point of demf for me. They were completely unorganized.

And while it happens in Miami too, the crowd is 1000x better at demf, even got to meet Mr troxler. Buy demf tickets as soon as they go on sale, and if you can afford it, the VIP is well worth the price.

Weaponized Cum
Aug 31, 2004


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I'm definitely going to DEMF instead of WMC in '13. BPM would be nice too...

good luck kitten
Aug 18, 2004

Tripping the light fantastic


Carl Craig's set from the Welcome to the Future festival in July is finally out for download. It's great.

http://www.factmag.com/2012/09/03/f...345-carl-craig/

Quincy Smallvoice
Mar 18, 2006

Bitches leave


oh snap im on this

edit: yup its... pretty amazing!

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demonR6
Sep 4, 2012

There are too many stupid people in the world. I'm not saying we should kill them all or anything. Just take the warning labels off of everything and let the problem solve itself.



Lipstick Apathy

Great stuff. I am glad I ran across this thread. That CC mix is pretty intense and brings back memories of going to Miami for the Winter Music Conference when I was younger and could handle carrying on for days with 45 minutes of sleep and jumping from party to party.

If I may contribute, this is a Sander Kleinenberg mix, a few years old but something I enjoy listening to still.

Sander Kleinenberg - Saturday Night Sessions 2009

If you use Mixcloud at all, look up Umek's podcast, he has some good stuff. Also Tocadisco (Tocacabana podcast), Peter Luts, Kaiserdisco.. thank you *insert favorite deity here* for Audacity and the ability to record stream.

Longtiem posted:

CLaude von Stroke is literally a genius, for the record.

and he has a really interesting Essential Mix from back in 2007 that is worth a listen.

demonR6 fucked around with this message at Sep 6, 2012 around 00:39

webmeister
Jan 31, 2007

The answer is, mate, because I want to do you slowly. There has to be a bit of sport in this for all of us. In the psychological battle stakes, we are stripped down and ready to go. I want to see those ashen-faced performances; I want more of them. I want to be encouraged. I want to see you squirm.

Liking that Carl Craig mix!

If you're a fan of more melodic deep stuff, check out this epic three parter from Pole Folder at Woodstock69. Part 1 starts off quite ploddy, but parts 2 and 3 knock it out of the park.

http://soundcloud.com/pole-folder/p...oodstock69-prt1
http://soundcloud.com/pole-folder/p...oodstock69-prt2
http://soundcloud.com/pole-folder/p...oodstock69-prt3

Fantastic summer beach sounds!

AKP
Oct 17, 2007

by XyloJW


I guess I really should start posting in my thread more often... here are some sounds I've been rather fond of lately:

Its You (Ron Basejam Remix) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1jMk0b4SzA

Cocolores - Heart Quest (Trickski Remix) - http://youtu.be/cnnuPapNZME

Urulu 1991 - http://youtu.be/8JhNo8tYBWc

Will Monoton - They My Hoes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TaXIrULAAOs

Axel Boman - Purple Drank https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywJlK8P1AiQ

Tom Flynn - Jerrys Liquor Store (Original Mix) http://youtu.be/Zlvg_FF2Ojs

Bicep & Odyssey - Dont http://youtu.be/3xe6ABkmk4g

NDKj - Sing For The Moment - http://youtu.be/R2sVB2ZVVWU

Heres a mix I've been playing a lot lately, its by Dog Days from Ireland. They also go by Dualtec.
http://soundcloud.com/dog-days-offi...nny-side-up-mix

Thoughts?

William Lee
May 16, 2003

I guess it's about time for our William Tell routine.


Crosspost from the vinyl thread. Just picked up two Innervisions releases.

Matthew Dekay & Lee Burridge - Lost in a Moment
Ry & Frank Wiedemann - Howling


Mike Cartwright
Oct 29, 2011

Al Pacino with a tan


Been on an analog tip lately and a really good 12" just dropped from the Ruf Kutz camp out of Manchester. This track stood out for me, has a nice, warm vibe to it.

Preston Brooks - Flex http://youtu.be/iu2uZtPP3Jc

William Lee
May 16, 2003

I guess it's about time for our William Tell routine.


This could be a bit of a long shot, but is anyone going to be in Ibiza between October 7th and 10th? So far, I have a ticket for the Circoloco closing party at DC-10 on the 8th. Now I'm trying to decide whether I want to check out the Space closing party on the 7th or the Sankey's closing on the 9th.

AKP
Oct 17, 2007

by XyloJW


William Lee posted:

This could be a bit of a long shot, but is anyone going to be in Ibiza between October 7th and 10th? So far, I have a ticket for the Circoloco closing party at DC-10 on the 8th. Now I'm trying to decide whether I want to check out the Space closing party on the 7th or the Sankey's closing on the 9th.


are you at the island right now? if so, whats it like based from your perspective? I'd definitely check out the space closing party... whos playing?

William Lee
May 16, 2003

I guess it's about time for our William Tell routine.


AKP posted:

are you at the island right now? if so, whats it like based from your perspective? I'd definitely check out the space closing party... whos playing?

Not yet, I get there on October 7th. I'll definitely post a write-up with photos, etc. afterwards.

Space closing: Radio Slave, Nic Fanciulli b2b Joris Voorn, Nick Curly, Nina Kraviz, Guy Gerber (live)
Sankey's closing: Guti (live), Enzo Siragusa, Matt Tolfrey, Tiefschwarz, + more tba

Now for some content:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1v7uQx8aNFA

William Lee fucked around with this message at Sep 18, 2012 around 23:51

webmeister
Jan 31, 2007

The answer is, mate, because I want to do you slowly. There has to be a bit of sport in this for all of us. In the psychological battle stakes, we are stripped down and ready to go. I want to see those ashen-faced performances; I want more of them. I want to be encouraged. I want to see you squirm.

William Lee posted:

Not yet, I get there on October 7th. I'll definitely post a write-up with photos, etc. afterwards.

Space closing: Radio Slave, Nic Fanciulli b2b Joris Voorn, Nick Curly, Nina Kraviz, Guy Gerber (live)
Sankey's closing: Guti (live), Enzo Siragusa, Matt Tolfrey, Tiefschwarz, + more tba

Now for some content:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1v7uQx8aNFA

You can't leave Ibiza without having been to Space! And with those lineups...

William Lee
May 16, 2003

I guess it's about time for our William Tell routine.


webmeister posted:

You can't leave Ibiza without having been to Space! And with those lineups...

The more I think about it, I'm tending to agree. What's another 50 party ticket? Especially since Space is the first club I heard of in Ibiza ever since my fascination with the place began in 1999. I'll never forget this intro to Paul Oakenfold's essential mix. It's somehow been a running joke between a friend and I for 13 years.

quote:

Welcome to the essential mix with me Pete Tong, where tonight we take you for our first visit out to the Mediterranean and to the Balearic region, of course; we're going to Ibiza; and we're gonna catch up with Paul Oakenfold who's resident on this program this year, of course, as he takes his Essential Mix World Tour to Home, at Space, in Ibiza. This is Paul Oakenfold, enjoy.

More content:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGXOuM7Dgbg

webmeister
Jan 31, 2007

The answer is, mate, because I want to do you slowly. There has to be a bit of sport in this for all of us. In the psychological battle stakes, we are stripped down and ready to go. I want to see those ashen-faced performances; I want more of them. I want to be encouraged. I want to see you squirm.

William Lee posted:

The more I think about it, I'm tending to agree. What's another 50 party ticket? Especially since Space is the first club I heard of in Ibiza ever since my fascination with the place began in 1999. I'll never forget this intro to Paul Oakenfold's essential mix. It's somehow been a running joke between a friend and I for 13 years.

It isn't the greatest club on the island (I'm a Pacha man myself), but yeah I really wouldn't skip on going there. And that Essential Mix is amazing; in fact Oakenfold's entire series that year was just phenomenal. Listening to those sets and seeing him in Sydney pretty much locked me into trance for the next five years!

Apolis
Mar 4, 2004



I personally enjoyed Carl Cox at Space a lot more than Luciano at Pacha when I went there a couple of months ago. Pretty shattered I didn't get to go to Paradise at DC10.

Old Man Pants
Nov 21, 2010

Strippers are people too!


William Lee posted:

I'll never forget this intro to Paul Oakenfold's essential mix. It's somehow been a running joke between a friend and I for 13 years.

I spent years hunting down that Blondie remix.

Weaponized Cum
Aug 31, 2004


This post brought to you by the finest Miami cocaine money can buy ----->


What I mean when I say Detroit.

http://soundcloud.com/detroittechno...m2x4-djmix-2012

William Lee
May 16, 2003

I guess it's about time for our William Tell routine.


As expected, the Circoloco closing party lineup is just ridiculous. Can't wait.

AKP
Oct 17, 2007

by XyloJW


Thats an all-star lineup. How much are tickets going for?

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William Lee
May 16, 2003

I guess it's about time for our William Tell routine.


AKP posted:

Thats an all-star lineup. How much are tickets going for?

I got mine for 50 on RA.

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