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Old Man Pants
Nov 21, 2010

Strippers are people too!


Here are two new mixes out of me, the first is a taxi ride which is something we did as a multi dj project:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rVkACHBhW0

The rest of the cab ride vids are super cool too, check em out

and the second being my latest radio show mix, set to a Denver timelapse

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQ3r05cmjnM

That DC10 closing party looks absolutely insane, though one thing that I wonder is if Seth Troxler, Ryan Crosson, Shaun Reeves and Lee Curtiss are all going to do individual sets or do the group thing as Visionquest?

Old Man Pants fucked around with this message at Oct 4, 2012 around 14:31

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AKP
Oct 17, 2007

by XyloJW


Anyone here familiar with Shadow Child?

Dude has fool support from my end... hes currently signed to dirtybird but he's doing some remixes for some big labels, for those who dont know get familiar with him haha.. here's a new mix he just posted a few days ago, its brilliant.

http://soundcloud.com/theshadowchil...sive-troupe-mix

reichsten
Jan 13, 2010


AKP posted:

Anyone here familiar with Shadow Child?

Dude has fool support from my end... hes currently signed to dirtybird but he's doing some remixes for some big labels, for those who dont know get familiar with him haha.. here's a new mix he just posted a few days ago, its brilliant.

http://soundcloud.com/theshadowchil...sive-troupe-mix

Oh yeah, love this guy. He's had tons of killer remixes coming out lately:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0xCDjSn1HA


Talking of children, I just heard Deepchild randomly and I'm super impressed. Great mix of techno and UK bass, real funky deep stuff:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b46SVJApJog

Weaponized Cum
Aug 31, 2004


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


I've had the latest Silent Servant release on repeat for at least two weeks.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_TA0HF5CdE

Get it.

breaks
May 12, 2001



If you aren't on be-at watching the stream of Drumcode at Gashouder right now you are making a grave mistake. Beyer just started and I think they are also streaming Capriati after that. I guess you can watch the replay later... I guess.

The "studio" mixes from earlier were pretty good too!

Quincy Smallvoice
Mar 18, 2006

Bitches leave


Joel Mull's studio mix earlier today was INCREDIBLE!

I was literally dancing in my chair all the way through. Beyer played a nice funky set as well.

edit: Fitzpatrick too was nice but I can only take max 30 minutes of him before I need a break. I must be getting old


LETS LINK THIS poo poo


edit2: capriati is absolutely murdering it right now. beyer bouncing like a madman backstage

Quincy Smallvoice fucked around with this message at Oct 19, 2012 around 04:52

The Fuck Juicer
Oct 16, 2012



Recent tune dump:

Eric Sneo & Chris The Voice - Shut Up & Dance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UO06kcRHgBI

This is an absolute slammer, big room techno. Vocals are brilliant as well


Oliver $ & Sqim - Hoes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=De6ACBBy_GU

Heard this in Heidi's set from Paradise, really bouncy tune


German Brigante - Samoa https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9TLG_GhPQw

Funky tech-house track, can anyone share any light on the vocal samples?


Green Velvet & Harvard Bass - Lazer Beams https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9dPtjIZmJ0

Green Velvet can't make a bad techno tune at all

Weaponized Cum
Aug 31, 2004


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US Tech House heads should definitely check out the UR1 festival going down in Miami During Art Basel (First week of December). Cocoon & Circoloco will have tents. It is pretty drat cheap ($150 for two days, $99 before 2PM)

It's gonna be great.

William Lee
May 16, 2003

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


I have returned from my 2 week Spain trip, which as I mentioned in a previous post, included 3 days in Ibiza. I ended up going to a party on each day - the Space closing party on the 7th, the Circoloco/DC-10 closing party on the 8th, and the Sankeys closing party on the 9th. For lineups of each, check those links - there were so many DJs in total and I don't want to clog this post with enormous lists.

I got to the Space party around 8pm, and immediately caught Nic Fanciulli b2b Joris Voorn on the incredible 'Ultra Ibiza' stage that was set up outdoors. After their set was over, I stayed at that stage for Dubfire b2b Carlo Lio. Throughout the rest of the night, I saw great sets from Nina Kraviz, Magda, Carl Cox, Edu Imbernon, Joris Voorn solo, then Joris Voorn b2b Nic Fanciulli again, Radio Slave, and Guy Gerber.

Space as a club was great. There was music in 6 different areas, so that kept people well dispersed. Throughout the club, there were ample places to sit - if I'm going to be somewhere for 12 hours, it's nice to be able to sit here and there. My only complaints were the drink prices (15 euro for a vodka Red Bull) and the amount of broken glass on the floor everywhere from bottles and glasses.

The next night, I got to the Circoloco party at DC-10 around 7:30pm. As soon as I arrived, I could tell how crowded this place was, and it was still very early. Jaime Jones was just coming on outside as I entered, so I watched a bit of his set. Wanting to see how crowded the rest of the areas were, I went inside to watch Tale of Us. Both inside areas were equally as crowded, if not worse than outside. I then saw Dixon, Marcel Dettmann + Ben Klock (bad), Seth Troxler, The Martinez Brothers, Davide Squillace + Matthias Tanzmann, Kerri Chandler, Derrick May, Cassy, Maceo Plex, and Damian Lazarus.

DC-10 was just way too crowded. I had read stories online from 2011 about how crowded the closing party was, so I was a little afraid 2012 would be the same way. It sure was. DC-10, unlike Space, had hardly anywhere to relax. There was a tiny area in the back on the ground that people were sitting in, but it too was extremely crowded. The drinks were as expensive as at Space, and I think I remember paying 11 euros for a bottle of water.

Towards the end of the night at DC-10, a girl gave me a wristband for the Sankeys closing party, so I decided to end with that (plus, it was one of the only things going on that final night). I got there around 1am, and saw sets from Darius Syrossian, Enzo Siragusa, Nina Kraviz (again), Steve Lawler, Tiefschwarz, and finally, at 6:45am, "surprise guest #3", Danny Tenaglia.

Sankeys was orders of magnitude smaller than Space and DC-10, and is by no means a superclub like the others. Unfortunately, this didn't mean the drinks were any cheaper. The place was really well cooled though, there were areas of Space and DC-10 that were simply too hot.

Overall, the music was amazing, and the clubs were really cool. The worst part was definitely the people in the clubs. From mobs of English "chavs", to groups of girls that all looked like eastern-European porn stars, to greased up muscle dudes in string tank tops, everyone was there. I heard very little English, and it felt and looked like the Jersey Shore at times.

I could go on and on about things that happened there, but for now, here are two videos, and then a link to a playlist of some more of the videos I took while I was there.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbWGz0NEn8k

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ifcKs6dWH7I

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...FFiaUGFXjirJgX7

William Lee fucked around with this message at Oct 22, 2012 around 14:57

Longtiem
Feb 9, 2010


Hatem Ben Arfa posted:



Green Velvet & Harvard Bass - Lazer Beams https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9dPtjIZmJ0

Green Velvet can't make a bad techno tune at all

so great so cliche its fantastic. Can't stop listening.

AKP
Oct 17, 2007

by XyloJW


Great post William.

Did you get a chance to do any sight seeing while in Ibiza?

William Lee
May 16, 2003

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


AKP posted:

Did you get a chance to do any sight seeing while in Ibiza?

Just a little. I landed around 3:45pm, so I didn't do much on the first day. I walked up and down the Playa d'en Bossa promenade, and grabbed a few beers at a random bar along there. After that, I briefly walked around the main strip area in Playa d'en Bossa.

All I did on the second day was lay on the beach. On the third day, I rented a scooter and rode up to Ibiza Town and checked out the Dalt Vila area. Then I headed back past Playa d'en Bossa to Ses Salines and Sa Canal. Finally, I took the highway up to Sant Antoni to watch the sunset at Cafe del Mar.

There were a few other things I would have liked to have done but didn't get to. Next time.

Content:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KYABYUJjtB4

Longtiem
Feb 9, 2010


I'm going to see Carl Craig tomorrow. I might go see Pantha du prince tonight. A good 48 hours.

Longtiem
Feb 9, 2010



Good lord this is great.

good luck kitten
Aug 18, 2004

Tripping the light fantastic


Longtiem posted:

I'm going to see Carl Craig tomorrow. I might go see Pantha du prince tonight. A good 48 hours.

Very jealous, I saw Carl Craig here on October 5th and he was awesome. Pretty sure he would have kept spinning had the place not had to close at 5am.

doppler
Jul 10, 2006
Motor CIty Machine Music

I hope no one has missed that the British Murder Boys are working together again. New 12" out on monday.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnU5Rp7XFEs

William Lee
May 16, 2003

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


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

Edit: Speaking of Baikal, his upcoming remix of Ian Pooley on Innervisions is great.

William Lee fucked around with this message at Oct 30, 2012 around 22:39

Weaponized Cum
Aug 31, 2004


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Went to sleep listening to this and had a dream with Snake Plissken, cool.

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

AKP
Oct 17, 2007

by XyloJW


This always hits the spot... apparently theres going to be a repress sometime this November:

http://youtu.be/jXHKo0lwi3U

a milk crime
Jun 30, 2007

Murky Waters
big business man


AKP posted:

This always hits the spot... apparently theres going to be a repress sometime this November:

http://youtu.be/jXHKo0lwi3U

omg

Quincy Smallvoice
Mar 18, 2006

Bitches leave


This

This is how you jockey discs!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qljzHND1OY

The Fuck Juicer
Oct 16, 2012



Need some recommendations for similar tunes to these:

Indigo - Wake
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obZXRo8bRvI

Jonas Kopp - Reforce
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCDph0CYacg

Angel Alanis - Do you like the way you feel when you shake?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yH5eTPy5x18

Big room slammin' techno, 128+ BPM

reichsten
Jan 13, 2010


Hatem Ben Arfa posted:

Need some recommendations for similar tunes to these:

Indigo - Wake
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obZXRo8bRvI

Jonas Kopp - Reforce
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCDph0CYacg

Angel Alanis - Do you like the way you feel when you shake?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yH5eTPy5x18

Big room slammin' techno, 128+ BPM

Blawan - Why They Hide Their Bodies Under My Garage?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gjn2imBKr84

Maguro
Apr 24, 2006

Why is the sun always bullying me?

Hatem Ben Arfa posted:


Big room slammin' techno, 128+ BPM

Untold - little things like that
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7CNSZiye6BE

William Lee
May 16, 2003

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


Been loving this new Hotflush release

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFf_wZ8eT8o

The Fuck Juicer
Oct 16, 2012




reichsten posted:

Blawan - Why They Hide Their Bodies Under My Garage?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gjn2imBKr84

Not really what I'm after lads, good tunes regardless though. Found a few Jonas Kopp sets + tracklists that I'm going to have a listen too

a milk crime
Jun 30, 2007

Murky Waters
big business man


Hatem Ben Arfa posted:

Not really what I'm after lads, good tunes regardless though. Found a few Jonas Kopp sets + tracklists that I'm going to have a listen too

You could try listening to Ben Klock's stuff. He plays Jonas Kopp stuff quite a bit.

breaks
May 12, 2001



A bit late, but maybe some of these?

Truncate - Bodega V2

Sian - Equus (Dustin Zahn remix)

Chris Colburn - Destiny (Cari Lekebusch 6:00 remix)

Brian Sanhaji & Drumcell - Structure

Attemporal - Att 3 (Rebekah remix)

Funkier: A Made Up Sound - Sweetback

Slower: Dense & Pika - Bad Back

Happier: Gary Beck - Algoreal

Not on youtube: Kyle Geiger - Ritualistic

Unrelated oldie but goodie bonus.

The Fuck Juicer
Oct 16, 2012



a milk crime posted:

You could try listening to Ben Klock's stuff. He plays Jonas Kopp stuff quite a bit.

Exactly what I'm after! Thanks

breaks posted:

A bit late, but maybe some of these?

Again, exactly what I was looking for thank-you!

Definitely got the techno bug now

breaks
May 12, 2001



Right on, if you haven't already, definitely check out Drumcode Radio https://www.drumcode.se and the CLR podcasts https://www.clr.net. Those are the two biggest labels for this style, Drumcode tending towards a cleaner pumpy sound and even having a little bit of a tech-house lean these days, vs CLR being a bit more rough and tumble with experimental tendencies. They both have a a couple years of podcasts done at this point, and tracklists are easy to find (CLR usually posts them on their site, the DCR mixcloud usually has them also). You'll find oodles of stuff along these lines in those mixes.

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.

Only recently discovered Edu Imbernon but he's quickly becoming one of my favourites. Really nice techno/deep house, a bit slower and groovier than the banging stuff I normally like.

A couple of recent sets I've been digging:

Live at 5uinto Brasilia

Cocoon Heroes @ Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE)

AKP
Oct 17, 2007

by XyloJW


Okay, time to chime in.

Hollen, Gonzalez, Gonzalo (Spain) - Format It (Original Mix) - http://youtu.be/Uto-I6iswGI

Jewel Kid - Full House (Original Mix) - http://youtu.be/GYo-DtXMFz4

Tomy DeClerque - It's Up To You (Original Mix) - http://youtu.be/YiTjqGK1RiA

Mark Reeve - Drumatic - http://youtu.be/mIsT1x27tI8

Darius Syrossian & Hector Couto - Metal - http://youtu.be/zT-fsV_bXH4

Brian Sanhaji, Drumcell - Split (Dub Version) - http://youtu.be/IQcIWRtCPCM

Post your thoughts in regards to any of those tracks and I can help find a certain/specific sound anyones looking for. I find that as the climates start to change, so do my preferences when it comes to my music... since winter is approaching I think I'll be finding myself playing out more deep house/house opposed to the groovier things I normally listen to.

Heres another song I think deserves to be mentioned:

http://soundcloud.com/ejeca/ejeca-horizon-clip (SOOO GOOOD.)

Longtiem
Feb 9, 2010


reichsten posted:

Blawan - Why They Hide Their Bodies Under My Garage?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gjn2imBKr84

God I completely forgot about Blawan


Is anyone here from Chicago? I know NYC has a good scene and I have the option to go to London, Chicago or NYC for work and live there. Which city do y'all prefer for music and dancing?

AKP
Oct 17, 2007

by XyloJW


Longtiem posted:

Is anyone here from Chicago? I know NYC has a good scene and I have the option to go to London, Chicago or NYC for work and live there. Which city do y'all prefer for music and dancing?

Depends what sound you're particularly fond of.. I'd choose London over the other cities but thats because I'm more into the house scene in the UK. Julio Bashmore, Eats Everything, A1 Bassline - then you also have the copious amounts of warehouse parties and clubs.

http://www.thewarehouseproject.com/artists.php

Maguro
Apr 24, 2006

Why is the sun always bullying me?

Longtiem posted:

Is anyone here from Chicago? I know NYC has a good scene and I have the option to go to London, Chicago or NYC for work and live there. Which city do y'all prefer for music and dancing?

London has pretty much the best lineups in the world. Second maybe only to Berlin. That's just me though.

EDIT: I'm sure you will, but make sure to actually visit the uk before moving. I had fun there but I personally would not want to live there, even if the lineups make me want to weep sometimes.

Maguro fucked around with this message at Nov 13, 2012 around 05:20

a milk crime
Jun 30, 2007

Murky Waters
big business man


Longtiem posted:

God I completely forgot about Blawan


Is anyone here from Chicago? I know NYC has a good scene and I have the option to go to London, Chicago or NYC for work and live there. Which city do y'all prefer for music and dancing?

Wow: live in NYC or live in Chicago or live in London? Wow. I don't know which I'd pick - probably London because of its proximity to mainland europe etc or NYC because well its New York you know. No offense to Chicago.

William Lee
May 16, 2003

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


tune

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=if2C3bOt5_A

Quincy Smallvoice
Mar 18, 2006

Bitches leave


Eric's sets and tracks are often hit/miss with me, but this set is EXCELLENT imo

https://soundcloud.com/maceoplex/ma...e-radio-podcast

AKP
Oct 17, 2007

by XyloJW


Quincy Smallvoice posted:

Eric's sets and tracks are often hit/miss with me, but this set is EXCELLENT imo

https://soundcloud.com/maceoplex/ma...e-radio-podcast

That is a really good set, but after reading this RA interview with him I stopped listening to his music: http://www.residentadvisor.net/feature.aspx?1707 I prefer his Maetrik sound.

Here are some house tunes:

Daphni - Yes, I Know - http://youtu.be/hjveQFJIkMM

Hardrive - Deep Inside (Pearson Sound Remix) - http://youtu.be/GNeNpTLAVqk

Runaway - Brooklyn Club Jam - http://youtu.be/c3fUvsdj3KU

95 North - Let Yourself Go (Let Yourself Go Mix 127 bpm) - http://youtu.be/qAOVFDO454o

Kerri Chandler - Get Up - http://youtu.be/c4_1_BoKBwM

Kerri Chandler - Keep Me Inside - http://youtu.be/X5Cnf8h7g9k

K.A.T.O. - "The Booty Dance" (Nicholas Raw Interpretation) - http://youtu.be/KXnsKdcBXqM

Chris Simmonds-Rush N Soul - http://youtu.be/vDC88a28ZAE

R.I.P Productions Obsessed - http://youtu.be/WA6f_L32ivc

24 Hour Experience Part 1 - Deeper (5 AM Mix) - http://youtu.be/cM-LMqS2JS8

If anyone loves older house music I highly recommend checking out those tracks.

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AKP
Oct 17, 2007

by XyloJW


TECHNO.

http://youtu.be/OKR6pEy514E

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