Podcasts (Page 30 of 30)
For this year’s annual celebration, I will be airing an exclusive set by THE BLACK DOG. I’ll also be taking a trip down memory lane and playing some of the classic tracks that got me hooked on techno.
The show will air on January 16, 2008 at 9:30pm (GMT -5:00) Eastern US Time. Listen live at www.wesufm.org
Here’s the final mix we used to relax in the studio on long grey days in Sheffield while making the new album, it’s a bit rough in places but editing out mistakes would be so pointless. We hope you enjoyed the 3 mixes.
The Black Dog – You Are Strange 2 Mix
1. ?o? – Autechre & The Hafler Trio – Die Stadt http://www.discogs.com/release/485665
2. 20 Jazz Funk Greats – Throbbing Gristle – Fetish Records http://www.discogs.com/release/328130
3. Suhteellinen – Pan Sonic – Blast First Petite – http://www.discogs.com/release/965576
4. Freak ‘N’ You – Matmos – FatCat Records – http://www.discogs.com/release/13035
5. Sluggin Fer Jesus – Cabaret Voltaire – Normal – http://www.discogs.com/release/186270
6. Darkware – Cloaks – Werk Discs – http://www.discogs.com/release/966770
7. Spaceape – Kode9 & SpaceApe – Hyperdub http://www.discogs.com/release/806612
8. Floods v3.1 – The Black Dog (The Bass Soldier Rework) – Soma
You Are Strange Mix 1 is still available here
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Well another month’s rolled by and we’re down to finishing the last three tracks on the album, along with a touch of mastering.
After testing out over 60 different track configs on CDR we have finally selected the 15 tracks for the album, we haven’t added any bolts just yet. We reckon another 3 weeks and we’ll be done but we’ve said that before.
Here’s another URS mix we’ve made, this one helped us get out of the habit of mixing one track into another smoothly, great if your a DJ but not always the best way to program an album and a tricky habit to get out of.
Sometimes you just need something to clear your head – a state of neither neither if you will. This mix was created to be used in our car when traveling to gigs and to the studio for the sole purpose of clearing our heads of all the jingles/sayings/other peoples music/soundbytes/shite that creeps in, the viruses that nag and chip away like a small child asking “are we nearly there yet?”.