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2. K1971 Radio Show Episode 8 on XT3 Radio : 24-07-2014 MAX_M

  • Published: 2014-07-28T12:27:11Z
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K1971 Radio Show Episode 8 on XT3 Radio : 24-07-2014  MAX_M

K1971 Radio Show Episode 8 on XT3 Radio. 24-07-2014 - MAX_M Every Thursday at 8PM on www.xt3.fm

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4. K1971 PODCAST - SNTS

  • Published: 2013-10-01T09:51:14Z
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K1971 PODCAST - SNTS

SNTS SNTS is a mysterious duo based in Germany who want to preserve the absolute anonymity. Soon new waxes Scene I, Scene II & Scene III. SNTS Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/SNTS/477350175608910?fref=ts K1971 PODCAST: SNTS Tracklist: SNTS - Intro (SNTS) Donor - Stray (Semantica) Samuel Kerridge - Chew (Dn) TV Victor - 010709 (Non Standard Productions) Ben Gibson - Almaz (Chronicle) These Hidden Hands - Severed (Hidden Hundred}) The Exaltics - Neun (Abstract Acid) NX1 - EOD3 (End of dayz) Forward Strategy Group - Applied Generics C (Forward Strategy Group) DRH - CRS 4 0 (Curse) SNTS - S9 (SNTS) Ascion - San Gennaro (3th) SHXCXCHCXSH - Whtlght (Avian) P.God - Oberon (Ben Gibson remix) (Shades) Bonesnake - Bonesnake 01 (Unreleased) D.Carbone - The Hallucination (Freitag Dots) A model Authority - Cycles of Violence (A model Authority) Violetshaped - Black Wisdom,White Witch (Unknown Percent) SNTS - End I (SNTS) Unknown - Untitled (Unreleased) Passarella Death Squad - Untitled (Days Od Being)

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5. K1971 PODCAST - DJ T-1000 aka Alan Oldham

  • Published: 2013-12-27T16:27:34Z
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K1971 PODCAST - DJ T-1000 aka Alan Oldham

Alan Oldham has been called "Detroit Techno's Renaissance Man" (Musik, UK). A lifelong cartoonist and graphic designer, a young Oldham published his own comic book "Johnny Gambit" in 1987 to local notoriety. Hired that same year by his childhood friend Derrick May to illustrate several memorable pieces for the new Transmat label, this led to Oldham's first involvement in the fledgling techno scene. Besides his art and writing, 1987 also saw Oldham's radio debut on Detroit's WDET-FM with the long-running 'Fast Forward' program. Originally meant to be a free-form rock, jazz and fusion show, Oldham's passion for both local and international electronic music gradually took centerstage until it finally became the only radio program in Detroit to feature techno and house music exclusively. The early cassette, reel-to reel and four-track material of such (now) well-known international artists as Underground Resistance, Carl Craig, Kenny Larkin, Octave One, Anthony Shakir, and Richie Hawtin made its on-air debut here, as well as being the first and only show to break international acts like Moby, Joey Beltram, 808 State, LFO, Front 242, Nitzer Ebb, and others in Detroit. In 1988, Oldham graduated from Wayne State University with a degree in Radio-TV-Film. In 1990, having finally produced his own EP at a friend's studio, Oldham sold the project to a small Dutch label whose fax number he found in the record bins of Recordtime. His pseudonym for the four-track project was Signal to Noise Ratio released by the small Dutch label, DJAX Records. After the release of the EP, label boss Saskia "Miss DJAX" Slegers hired Oldham to create the graphic identity of DJAX-UP-BEATS. Ten years on, DJAX dominates the Dutch techno scene and Oldham's trademark visual style still defines the label. In 1992, Jeff Mills left Underground Resistance to become a solo act. "Mad" Mike Banks, needing an immediate replacement DJ for a month-long Austrailian live tour, tapped Oldham for the job. Without rehearsals, Oldham took the leap of faith that changed his life. Jump start into infamy. Leaving his increasingly-thankless WDET airshift behind forever and adopting the onstage personal of DJ T-1000 (taken from the shape-shifting liquid metal cyborg in "T2"), Oldham began rocking decks for UR and never looked back, setting the stage for subsequent UR "assault DJs"Rolando and James Pennington. Upon returning from UR's triumphant Austrailian tour, Banks again tapped Oldham's many talents, this time asking him to create a label to be distributed by a new company that Banks was organizing, a distributorship that would within a few years come to dominate the Detroit landscape: Submerge. Oldham agreed and his second and most successful attempt at a label, (the first was the disasterous Technika records 1989) would be called Generator. It was also during this time that Oldham once again became prolific, artwise. A fully-painted "Danger Girl" comic strip in Muzik UK and the album cover for Astralwerks "Beyond The Third Wave" (ASW6170) compilation marked 1995, as well as his debut retrospective at Detroit's Cement Space Gallery and a new "Miss DJAX" comic. With his solo career in full swing, however, it was time for his music to follow suit. Oldham established the Pure Sonik label in 1996 with the double-barreled, double-vinyl statement of intent "Pure Sonik Manifesto" (PURE1). This move garnered his first cover story in Magic Feet (UK), and a music video that aired on MTV UK's "Party Zone". Three years later, the label continues to feature Oldham's production talents as DJ T-1000, the best moments of which can be found on the CD/2x12", "A Pure Sonik Evening" (PURE10) . In 1998, Oldham began an alliance with legendary German techno label, Tresor when their label manager vacationing in Detroit, was blown away be his demo tracks. Signing him on the spot, the first product of that transatlantic union was "Jetset Lovelife EP" (Tresor87) and his debut performance at the Tresor club in Berlin. In between a solid year's worth of DJ dates both in the US and abroad, the release of his first-ever mix CD "Live Sabotage" (BML/X-Sight 6386), and many personal changes at home, Oldham delivered his debut album "Progress" (Tresor128). It was released in Europe in October 1999 and a world tour quickly launched, capped by an epic, four-and-a-half hour set at the Tresor Club, broadcast live over the internet. "Progress" was bracketed by the dual release of "Codes And Structures Vol 1" (PURE11) and "Vol 2" (PURE12) on his own Pure Sonik label. As the new millenium began, Oldham produced a second mix CD "The Last DJ On Earth" (PURE14) , launched 2 websites (both for label and his art), participated in DEMF 2003, released of another album "Neutra" (PURE17CD), and a return to artwork. After over a decade in the music business, DJ T-1000's job of World Sonik Domination is never done. Oldham in 2006 started his first-ever, low-tempo/experimental, CD-only label, "xfive." and presented its first release, "The Art of Transformation" (X5001CD) inspired by his art gallery openings in France, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Germany. Another "Art of Transformation" CD released in January 2008. In 2009, Oldham released an all new Johnny Gambit comic with accompanying original soundtrack with 2nd installment and soundtrack finished in March 2013, awaiting release. 2012 saw the rise of the moniker, Detroitrocketscience (first appeared on xfive), and debut of label of same name with the release of a series of 10" records in 2012/2013.

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7. K1971 Radio Show Episode 12 on XT3 Radio: 21-08-2014 HECTOR OAKS

  • Published: 2014-08-25T18:35:29Z
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K1971 Radio Show Episode 12 on XT3 Radio: 21-08-2014 HECTOR OAKS

K1971 Radio Show Episode 12 on XT3 Radio. 21-08-2014 - HECTOR OAKS Every Thursday at 8PM on www.xt3.fm

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8. K1971 PODCAST - ELECTRIC INDIGO

  • Published: 2013-10-15T08:34:04Z
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K1971 PODCAST - ELECTRIC INDIGO

ELECTRIC INDIGO Electric Indigo, DJ, composer, musician, has performed in 36 countries across Europe, Asia, and the Americas. Her name stands for the intelligent and distinguished interpretation of techno and electronic music. Her DJ-sets are characterized by a wide variety with a clarity of vision, and a depth that only comes from a deep understanding of the music and the art of the DJ. As a composer and musician, she emphasizes the spatial-temporal placement of subtly textured sounds. She received the "outstanding artist award Musik 2012" in the field of electronic music and computer music and the national grant for composition 2013 from the Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Arts and Culture. Currently, Electric Indigo prepares a new piece for hoergeREDE together with author Olga Flor [premiere October 25] and works on her first solo album. Electric Indigo started her DJ career in Vienna 1989 and lived in Berlin for three years [1993-1996] to work at the legendary Hard Wax record store. In those years, she also began to produce her own music, first releases came out in 1993. In 1998, Electric Indigo founded female:pressure an international database and network for female DJs, producers, and visual artists in the fields of electronic music that was awarded with an honorary mention atPrix Ars Electronica 2009. In 2002, she discovered her passion for experimental music and started to play live. Meanwhile, she gives concerts in the realms of avant-garde as well as club music. Institutions like the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, the University of Fine Arts Vienna, and the University of Applied Arts Vienna commonly invite Electric Indigo as a guest lecturer. This year, in 2013, she writes the monthly column "bonustrack" for an.schläge magazine. Important works in recent years comprise compositions for the theater play "Das kleine Zimmer am Ende der Treppe" 2011, "Structuring Contours" - premiere at Klangspuren Festival 2011, her 5 channel compositions "RRHONFEER-RRHEFNEOR" for Moozak Festival 2012, and "Chiffres" - premiere at e_may / Wien Modern 2012, as well as her 8 channel pieces for the radical opera "ABSTRIAL" 2013. K1971 PODCAST - ELECTRIC INDIGO Tracklist: 01. Yair Etziony - Electric Meditations (For Conrad Schnitzler) [unreleased] 02. Panoramic Blur - Lokator [C.R.S. Recordings 028] 03. Conforce - Formerly Programmed Decisions [Delsin 102] 04. Rrose - Kneeling [Stroboscopic Artefacts Monad 016] 05. Yuuki Sakai - NATALIA [Subsist Records 19] 06. MTSP - MTSP1 [Fur Trade 014] 07. Headless Horseman - Midnight Ride [Headless Horseman 003] 08. Tadeo - orbitai2h7 [Institut Für Zukunft / Another Sound Is Possible Support Compilation (Bonus)] 09. Dadub - Flatline [Institut Für Zukunft / Another Sound Is Possible Support Compilation (Two)] 10. Separate Minds - Scattered Thoughts / Traversable Wormhole 2013 Revisit [Sonic Groove D1361] 11. Bill Youngman - Solitude [Institut Für Zukunft / Another Sound Is Possible Support Compilation (Bonus)] 12. Ken Karter - Ellipse S-01X [Sonntag Morgen 029] 13. Samuli Kemppi - Spacing [Suicide Records Dark Series 004] 14. Darkcell - Overlap / Mattias Fridell Remix [Fluxus Records 022] 15. Ran Slavin - Easier to Slip Down Than It Is to Rise [False Industries 013] 16. Yuuki Sakai - PILSNER [Subsist Records 19] 17. Chris Page - Slug Cherry [Sonntag Morgen 030] 18. Black Asteroid - Black Body Radiation / Dub [CLR 071] 19. Brian Sanhaji - DataLogger / Jeroen Search Remix [EgoTon 07] 20. R Cord - Theme 1 [Panel Trax 039] 21. Ulrich Troyer - The Circuit Bender [4Bit-P005] 22. Lakker - Valentina Lane [Stroboscopic Artefacts 019]

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10. KEYVINYLLTD002 - B2 - Freddy K - Devo Andare (Original Mix 1997)

  • Published: 2017-04-20T15:24:42Z
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KEYVINYLLTD002 - B2 - Freddy K - Devo Andare (Original Mix 1997)

Extract from KEY Vinyl LTD 002 “In the beginning this track was a joke during a crazy moment of my life… Now it is time to repress and prepare a new version to play. Completely different , completely new… dangerous for your state of mind on the dancefloor. My buddy PVS will prepare another outstanding modern version. So everybody are happy !! AH AH AH” Freddy K Artist: Freddy K Remixer: PVS Title: Devo Andare 2017 Label: KEY Vinyl Format: 12'' Vinyl Catalogue: KEYVINYLLTD002 Release date: 25 May 2017 Tracklist: A1: Freddy K - Devo Andare XXX 2017 B1: Freddy K - Devo Andare (PVS rework) B2: Freddy K - Devo Andare (Original Mix 2017)

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11. K1971 PODCAST - TAKAAKI ITOH

  • Published: 2014-05-02T13:53:15Z
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K1971 PODCAST - TAKAAKI ITOH

Techno hit Japan hard in the early 1990s. Surprised, Takaaki Itoh was quickly impressed and intrigued with this new sound. The unique style of beats revealed the gateway to a new world of underground music in Japan - something he had never heard before. Surprise slowly gave way to addiction when Takaaki Itoh was exposed to the sounds of such artists and labels as Underground Resistance, Derrick May, Jeff Mills, Hardfloor, Sven Väth, Harthouse, Warp and Rising High. This was his sound, and deciding he just couldn't get enough of it, in 1994 Takaaki began to organize his own techno parties in his home of northern Japan. By providing a fantastic lineup, his parties quickly became a success. In 1996, having decided that it was time to start making his own tracks, Takaaki Itoh emerged to purchase the vital instruments to begin production. After sending out three finished projects to various labels, Electracom UK was fortunate enough to put Takaaki's first material out. This moment was something he will never forget, as he was finally able to hear his own music on vinyl. Several releases followed with Electracom as his tracks began to appear in magazine DJ charts in well known DJs from around the world. In 2000, Takaaki Itoh made his European debut in Slovakia. People recognized that he had his own style. His Japanese style of techno was pure, unique and underground - nothing that had been heard before in Europe. His reputation and popularity quickly spread all over the continent. He was becoming recognized as Japan's most underground and respected techno DJ. As of 2001 he was getting offers to perform at large clubs and festivals all over Europe, including Cosmic Trip and Svojsice in the Czech Republic, The Darkside in England, MTW in Germany, Awakenings and Reactor in Holland, Mayday and Sziget in Hungary, La Real and Code in Spain, Boomerang in Slovakia, Projekt in Belgium, as well as events in Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Poland, Portugal, Serbia. Slovenia.. Promoters wanting him, party people loving him, Takaaki Itoh took the next step and started his own label Wols. Passion led to success and Takaaki became recognized as the top of the next generation of techno music. By 2005 Takaaki Itoh has released over 50 original productions on many different european labels like Sheep, Tsunami, Warm Up, Theory, MB Selektions, Integrale Muzique, etc. He’s also developed a reputation for remixing globally established techno artists such as Gennaro Le Fosse, Oscar Mulero, Christian Wünsch and more to come. His demand is rapidly growing beyond his Asian and European roots, to places like South America, Australia, the US and Canada. Tracklist: Answer Code Request - Ghostes - Ostgut TON Sonitus Eco - Power Plant - Subself Mary Velo - Silent Hill - Gynoid Donato Dozzy & DJ Say - Transparent - Attic Music Tadeo - Uncertainty - M_Rec Ltd Grey Series Markus Suckut - Rays - Figure Spc Kwartz - Hole - Newrhythmic Kobosil - Path - Mdr Robert Hood - Eleven - M Plant Phase - The Bwiti Initiate - Token Planetary Assault Systems - No Exit - Mote Evolver Joey Beltram - Ball Park Steve Bicknell Remix 2 - Mute Etapp Kyle - Paradigm - Non Native Error Etica - Criticism Deepbass Remix - Psychoskunk Conrad Van Orton - Cornella - Rsvd Edit Select & Giorgio Gigli - Substance - Selected Edit Adriana Lopez - Permanent Condition - Non Native Lewis Fautzi - Binary Oscar Mulero Remix - Soma Victor Martinez - Anything Called Dead Consumerism - Rising Spherical Coordinates - Scfls 11 - Token Coefficient - Subsurface - M_Rec Ltd Jeff Rushin - But Does It Float - On Robert Hood - One Touch Mark Broom Remix - M Plant Dubit - 7th Floor Fabrizio Lapiana Remix - Natch Mtd - Breathless Pvs Remix - Funk You Fabrizio Lapiana - Dark Visions Ness Remix - Attic Music Deepbass - Tsushima - Informa Elyas - Addiccion - Modularz Aiken - Gathered - Semantica Etapp Kyle - Prizma - Klockworks Snts - Hg016.2 - Horizontal Ground

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12. K1971 PODCAST - MADALBA

  • Published: 2014-04-16T11:48:03Z
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K1971 PODCAST - MADALBA

K1971 PODCAST - MADALBA Techno as social phenomenon is her motto. Always trying to keep into the deepest heart of the Techno sound, making of it a lifestyle. Traveling around the world, lerning anywhere and from everyone. Berlin and Detroit are now her homes. Madalba, was born in July 1985 in Bari/Italy. Since she was very young her interest in different musical cultures such as house and dance trends of the moment spread through rock and punk, leading to Techno and club-culture. At 22 she approaches the local scene as dj-girl with numerous performances in the club circuit in collaboration with some of the most renowned local promoters. The musical experience gained over the years brought her to start djing only with vinyls building up a strong reputation as underground Techno dj, allowing her to play in clubs such as Tresor, Abount Blank, Mikz and Tacheles in Berlin where she basically lives. In September 2011 she moved to Detroit where she played in the most popular clubs such as The Works, Exodus, Old Miami in collaboration with the friends Dj Seoul and Tom Linder of Detroit Techno Militia.This travel has definitely and radically changed is approach to the Techno concept, wich she cosiders more a social phenomenon and a means of complaint then simply a musical genre. Since January 2012 she is resident of the party Homopatik in About Blank, Berlin. Tracklist: Russian Roulette_Clap Your Hands [Dust Traxx] Randomer_Bring [Hemlock] M-A-E_707 [Edec] Laidback Luke_We All Agree [Subspace] Dj Bone_ Himbot [Subject Detroit] Genesis_Rhythmic Theory_[Rhythmic Theory] Body Pressure_Terence Fixmer_[Gigolo Records] Insane Day_Ralph Mirto_[Elektro Korp] Kremlin Rainbow_Russian Fag Movement_[GKNSTR] Obsession 3_Andreas Kremer_[Contrast] SRX_Somewhen_[Sana] Blue_Electric Envoy_[Prison] Breaking The Wall_David Meiser_[Nachtstrom Schallplatten] Hardboiled_Ratio_[Central] The Trapper_Jacques Gelee_[Sunset] Crossroads (Max Cavallera Rmx)_Paul Brtschitsch _[Frisbee] Good Times (Kinky Bros. Mix)_Subsonic 808_[Force Inc. Music]

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13. K1971 FOCUS ON PODCAST - KEN KARTER (KRIPT RECORDS)

  • Published: 2012-02-20T19:44:01Z
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K1971 FOCUS ON PODCAST - KEN KARTER (KRIPT RECORDS)

K1971 FOCUS ON PODCAST - KEN KARTER (KRIPT RECORDS) Tracklist: Ken Karter – Drone XK 01 (Harmonic Sequence EP – Resillens Records) [Ken Karter] 0.2 [00110000 00101100 00110010] (Ken Karter – Function 0 – Future Album) [Ken Karter] 0.5 [00110000 00101100 00110101] (Ken Karter – Function 0 – Future Album) [Ken Karter] 0.7 [00110000 00101100 00110111] (Ken Karter – Function 0 – Future Album) Ken Karter – Kript 04 (KRIPT 001 EP) Ken Karter – Kript 04-X (KRIPT 002-X EP) Ken Karter – Kript 02-X (KRIPT 001-X EP) [Ken Karter] 0.9 [00110000 00101100 00111001] (Ken Karter – Function 0 – Future Album) Freddy K & Ken Karter – KK ( K’s Game EP – KEY VINYL LTD 001)

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14. K1971 Radio Show Episode 7 on XT3 Radio: 17-07-2014 I/Y

  • Published: 2014-07-21T15:41:57Z
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K1971 Radio Show Episode 7 on XT3 Radio: 17-07-2014  I/Y

K1971 Radio Show Episode 7 on XT3 Radio. 17-07-2014 - I/Y Every Thursday at 8PM on www.xt3.fm

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15. K1971 PODCAST - ERIC CLOUTIER

  • Published: 2013-11-12T14:08:40Z
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K1971 PODCAST - ERIC CLOUTIER

K1971 PODCAST - ERIC CLOUTIER Born and bred in Michigan, and currently based in Berlin, Eric Cloutier is one of a new generation of American DJs bridging the gap between dance music's past and its future. His sets have a sprawling depth and sophistication that fuses the brooding intensity of tripping techno with the mechanic funk of contemporary house. Cloutier started spinning records in 1996, quickly establishing himself in Detroit's competitive local scene, holding down residencies at The Necto and prominent afterhours spot The Works. This led to a job booking Oslo, where he brought the likes of Richie Hawtin, Luciano and Michael Mayer to town, as well as handing out residencies to local legends Three Chairs and Stacey Pullen. In 2006, Cloutier made the jump to New York and quickly established himself, earning a residency at the premiere monthly techno night The Bunker and midweek soiree Den of Thieves. He's also begun his own night, Down, in which he often stretches out to play lengthy sets that showcase his range, effortlessly threading together deeper shades of house and dubinfused techno. Word has been spreading too: 2009 saw Cloutier recording two mixes for the mnml ssgs podcast series, beginning to work in the studio for the first time on his own material, making his European DJing debut and getting tapped to play at Japan's renowned Labyrinth Festival. That latter honor may be the most telling of all: Only a select few are asked to spin at Labyrinth. (It's the provenance of studious selectors like Daniel Bell, Donato Dozzy and Peter Van Hoesen.) To not only spin in their company, but to have ably held his own should tell you all you need to know about Eric Cloutier: He's a DJ for whom quality—above all else—is the watchword. LINKS http://soundcloud.com/cloutier http://www.facebook.com/eric.cloutier.dj http://www.beyondbooking.com

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16. K1971 PODCAST - MARY VELO

  • Published: 2013-12-10T10:59:27Z
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K1971 PODCAST - MARY VELO

K1971 PODCAST - MARY VELO Originally from Toronto, Canada, Mary Velo got involved in music at an early age. It wasn’t till the 80’s where she discovered Depeche Mode and got attracted to deep & moody sounds. In 2007, Mary Velo moved to Berlin where she got strongly influenced in the Deep House & Techno scene. Produced with an edgy and catchy sound, Mary Velo’s tracks prove that she takes risks and pushes boundaries. Coming from a background of various music genres, her sound is usually unique and deep. Her latest release “Manhattan Project EP” which features a remix by Silent Servant was released in Aug 2013 on Frozen Border. This was her 2nd release on Frozen Border following up her hit track “Detune” from the “Minutes In Ice” compilation which also featured Blawan, AnD, & Dj Skirt. Detune was also featured in Sandwell District’s Fabric 69 mix on Fabric’s label. With a creditable discography which also includes releases on labels such as Semantica, Gynoid Audio & Coincidence, she has proven that hard work gets you somewhere. Her releases have gotten rave reviews from sites & magazines such as Resident Advisor, Groove, Fabric, FACT, Little White Earbuds, De:Bug, Juno, & Boomkat. Her tracks have also been played & charted by Silent Servant, Function, James Ruskin, Ben Sims, Rebekah, Brendon Moeller, Edit Select, Dominik Eulberg, Toby Tobias & ROD, which has brought Mary Velo to the list of new upcoming techno talents. Mary Velo has DJ’d across Europe in highly respected events & clubs including Tomorrowland 2013, Tresor, Berghain Kantine, Arena Club (Berlin, DE) and Nouveau Casino (Paris, FR). Currently, she is taking bookings for DJ & Live sets. Tracklist: 1. Nightbus - Chevel [Non Series] 2. Distracted - Ø [Phase] [Token] 3. Deceive Perform - Peter Van Hoesen [Tresor] 4. Subtext - Ø [Phase] [Token] 5. Casual Condition - Peter Van Hoesen [Tresor] 6. Tide (Exium Remix) - Pfirter [MindTrip] 7. Manhattan Project - Mary Velo [Frozen Border] 8. Sanction - Hans Bouffmyhre [Sleaze] 9. Maniac - Len Faki & Johannes Heil [Figure] 10. Oblak - Nihad Tule [Sloboda] 11. Osoba - Nihad Tule & Thomas Andersen [NTTA11] 12. Corridor - Marcel Dettmann [Ostgut Ton] 13. Fabryka (Mary Velo remix) - Advanced Human [Gynoid Audio] 14. Consumption - Henning Baer [nwhite] 15. Eternal Dreamer - Aiken [Chronicle] 16. Rocky - Tin Man [Pomelo] 17. A1 - UnCUT [LIMITED.G.]

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17. K1971 PODCAST - PVS

  • Published: 2014-02-04T13:50:29Z
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K1971 PODCAST - PVS

PVS (Marco Piovesan) is the project that is the union of all the musical influences acquired over the years and with the raver experience, is the desire to experiment, in a unique style. He began playing in 1999 in his city, Rome, and making his own style and his idea of techno. Discovered by Freddy K follows him as a mentor, learn and work for him, while matures musically and lands to the CRS rec. of Conrad Von Orton and to Key rec of Freddy K and M_Rec Ltd of Max M. His idea of techno is only and exclusively desire to express in music his whole life, his experiences and his philosophy. A desire that an artist has inside and you can not repress or suppress ... Tracklist: Polar Inertia - The Last Vehicle (Francois X Remix) Exium - Nebulae THE PLANT WORKER - Limited005 A2 CVO - The Day Before Oscar Mulero -Electric Storm PVS - Sunday rhythm Max_M - 1001A James Ruskin - Into a Circle Exium - Star Ancestors ANDREA BELLUZZI - LIMITED 005 B2 PVS - Intercellar Exium - Raw Visions Polar inertia - black Sun (abdulla rashim remix) PVS - Fuckin'Society

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18. K1971 FOCUS ON PODCAST - TADEO (Cyclical, CMYK Musik, Micropunto Schallplatten)

  • Published: 2012-06-21T07:01:35Z
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K1971 FOCUS ON PODCAST - TADEO (Cyclical, CMYK Musik, Micropunto Schallplatten)

K1971 FOCUS ON PODCAST - TADEO (Cyclical, CMYK Musik, Micropunto Schallplatten) More than ten years of experience has created Tadeo as an artist. With the meticulousness of an erudite he has been experimenting, investigating and developing his sound on the dancefloors and in the studio, and now he is an established dj and producer, label manager of Cyclical Tracks, NET28 founder, and collaborator of CMYKmusik and Apnea. His concept of music goes beyond the standard and offers a unique experience full of personality, driven by passion and dedication, redifining languages and ideas. That’s his peculiar way of understanding techno, he conceives it as something dark, well arranged, powerful, solid and dark. He constructs imaginative and impossible dj sets using the standard set up, two decks and a mixer, going from minimal to techno – and viceversa – with superb skills. The connection with the crowd has always been his main goal when facing a dancefloor. Maybe, he has the best sets of the actual panorama: never boring and always peculiar, well structured and meticulous, organic and deep... following the guidelines of an equation that he is the only one to know, and in which the results are unique. In the studio he renews and combines the best of Detroit and Chicago with avant-garde sounds. Innovation is his goal, based on the mental influence of hypnotism and repetition – as a dub fan and producer as he is – to construct a universe of rounds that looks to the future and that is inspired by the Cosmos and science. He also entered more experimental musical realms, performing live in the Museo Nacional Reina Sofía, Dos de Mayo Art Center and the 12a Bienal de Cine Español de Annecy. Tracklist: 01 Untitled - Jeff Mills 02 Without a Sound - Jeff Mills 03 Assembler - Staffan Linzatti 04 Future 04 - Tadeo 05 From One To Another - Staffan Linzatti 06 No Trace - Jeff Mills 07 Deception - Staffan Linzatti 08 Future 03 - Tadeo 09 Future 02 - Tadeo 10 Flashing - Tadeo 11 Señal En El Radar - Tadeo 12 Untitled - Jeff Mills 13 La Coincidencia - Tadeo 14 Untitled - Jeff Mills 15 Roswell - Jeff Mills 16 HE.6 - Female 17 Precision - Jeff Mills 18 Lloyd´s Theme - The Sound Of The Enders 19 Modulaarinen - Samuli Kemppi 20 Beautiful People (Lucy) - Planetary Assault System 21 Scale Invariant Spectrum - Coefficient 22 Inversion - Mike Parker 23 Kaos (Tadeo Remix) - Marcos in Dub 24 Parafrasis De Discontinuidad - Tadeo 25 Time Is Only A Word (Samuli Kemppi Remix) - The Exquisite Corpse 26 Hollow Maze (Tadeo Remix) - Mountage & Javier Orduña

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