Somehow reminded me of The Chaos Engine opener:
Oh man, I’ve been obsessed with this stuff for a couple of years now. I think the best of the new (non-reissue) material is 4, 12, 20, 29, and the resent 35 (which is sort of a reissue - but does it really count if the original came out in the same year?)
Really enjoying this record.
I appreciate it’s not quite the usual thing for lines, but: this Jayda G set from Dekmantel is a storming disco/rnb/groove set. Summery and classic; uptempo party rather than technical mixing.
I hadn’t heard of this until I saw your post. Thank you so much for pointing it out! I’ve currently got some time off work and I have spent the last two days doing nothing but alternating between reading, listening to this and making music. So many beautiful, inspiring pieces. Of course, I haven’t gotten through all of them yet, but I’ve been picking them up randomly and so far I really enjoyed 3 (Four Corners), 11 (Mizu No Nai Umi Live) and 31 (Generator).
all time fave from the 90s…
I’m going to see Michel Chion do a 10 speaker surround sound performance tonight. I saw Curtis Roads do a 10 speaker surround show a couple of years back and it was very intense. I’m thinking Michel might be even more so.
truly exceptional mix
by Andrea Zarza, Curator of World and Traditional Music at the British Library
here is a description of sound materials, etc. : http://www.nts.live/editorial/british-library-sound-archive
Whoa, this is unreal.
Heard this for the first time this morning and was like, “!!!” Have listened to it ~10x since.
Been adjusting to going back to work after summer holidays. So that means…
I miss Iron Monkey. RIP Johnny Morrow