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7. 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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9. 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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10. 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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12. 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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13. PREMIERE: Brian Sanhaji "Specular Reflections" - SENSOR 001

  • Published: 2017-01-05T12:40:27Z
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PREMIERE: Brian Sanhaji

Artist: Brian Sanhaji Title: Specular Reflections Format: 12” VINYL / Digital Label: SENSOR Catalogue: SEN001 Release Date: 7 February 2017 Distribution: DBH // http://dbh-music.com Tracklist: A1: Specular A2: Chloride B1: Convex B2: Parabolic B3: Solar Welcome the new Kid on the block! Sensor001 kicks off with a massive 5 track ep from one of the label heads himself, Brian Sanhaji. Road-Testing those tracks in his highly recommended Live Set’s during the last months. ‚Specular Reflections’ seems to be straight out of his modular synth rack with raw, sonic sequences over bass heavy analog drumming. Hard hitting, stepping Techno to serve the dance floor. Available as 12“ & digital download.

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15. 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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18. RECLAIM YOUR CITY 004

  • Published: 2016-01-06T18:10:58Z
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RECLAIM YOUR CITY 004

Artist: Evigt Mörker / Acronym / Samuli Kemppi / Juho Kusti Title: STOCKHOLM_HELSINKI 1.0 Format: 12” VINYL Label: Reclaim Your City Catalogue: RYC004 Release Date: 09 February 2016 Distribution: Decks (D) Tracklist: A1: Evigt Mörker - Drömsyn A2: Acronym- Across The Baltic Sea B1: Samuli Kemppi - Cekis B2: Juho Kusti - In Dreams We Swim In Fountains Reclaim Your City continues its journey in search for fresh originals from techno-centric regions across the globe. On this fourth release in their devoted series, Stockholm and Helsinki are being represented by four leading lights in the new wave of European techno. Constantly gaining momentum and strength, RYC abducts us once again in a World of overwhelming deepness to stomping, percussive weapons primed for expansive spaces and killer sound systems.

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