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  • November 16, 2018 - 4:03pm
    deadhead613
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    What gets me through the day…

    What gets me through the day is Phish. I haven't heard another band that comes this close to the Dead in their ability to take a simple melody and contort and twist and move it around to make such a wonderful sound.

  • October 3, 2017 - 1:13am
    martin.george
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    Deep Purple florence and the machine
  • September 9, 2017 - 12:18am
    Randall Lard
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    The Transcendence Orchestra at Freerotation, Wales, 8th July 2017 For this performance The Transcendence Orchestra were - Anthony Child - Buchla Music Easel, Electro Harmonix 45000, Strymon blueSky Daneil Bean - Korg Mono/Poly, Strymon DIG
  • July 24, 2017 - 1:34pm
    Gamedad
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    Just got my mp3 player,
    Just got my mp3 player, listenin` to a `playin`,no date, sounds like 77-8ish
  • June 12, 2017 - 8:10am
    Randall Lard
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    deep homeland, a climb in cardamom
    Native Instruments - mixtape for By The Lake Festival Felicity Mangan - Prepared record/stickers on record “Bird Sounds in Close-up” Tropa Macaca - Vida
 Tristian Cary - Trios performed by Vincent Epplay and Simon Takahashi 
Native Instrument live in Milano extracts 
7a student sings pop song in art class Bentzen - Baka I Bordet Richard Amerson - Train On A Hill Raymond Scott - Cindy Electronium Ursula Bogner - Punkte Native Instrument - Deep F(r)og Beatrice Dillon & Rupert Clervaux - A Different River Once Maja Ratkje - Sinus Seduction (mood two) N.M.O - full spectrum intercourse Laurie Spiegel - Drums Je Suis Le Petit Chevalier - Radiant Cheeks Joe Shores - Mississippi Sounding Calls
  • May 25, 2017 - 7:46am
    Randall Lard
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    AYBEE and Afrikan Sciences - The Stone Jam Sesh | Summer 2016 It’s been at least 6 months since i revisited this session. It’s one of many we had summer of 2016 where my studio became almost a daily host of jam sessions. Years back it was more formal. We would actually make a point and set a time to jam. Now it’s more anytime we are tinkering in the in the studio we just hit record. Some HOLY sessions have been lost by not simply hitting record. It has become almost a sacred quest. No matter what is going on in the outside world, the ability to power up and dig into the inner-world has become essential. Improvisation teaches you so much because it makes you listen, it makes you trust your impulse. That’s pure freedom. For those of you who are tagging along on this journey with us know that word “Freedom” is the mandate for us. We are explorers by birth… We are in pursuit. To lock up machines, and agree to get “lost” with someone is conversation higher than words. It’s the primordial high. I had no intention on sharing this, but i started thinking about how divided everything/one is becoming. The world is trying to convince everybody that it’s all about the “individual”. Everyone thinks they are a Corp or brand…. That pervasive disingenuous air is robbing us of authenticity. Genuine moments… that come from the unpredictable. Jamming is a practice in submission to that which is greater than the “i”, and that is the spirit that the world needs. It’s what i need. It is why i am so grateful to have these moments. To those that know us you know the score. Lock’em up and take off with no boundaries and no destination. So i suggest you blaze one, pour one, or whatever you do to relax. This one morphs a few times. Let your mind float… For the geeks: I am on the Novation Circuit, Korg Kaossilator, Minilogue and KP3+ sending my signals into AFSCI’s Octatrak. He also has the Moog Mother we went straight into my Zoom from the mixer. Safe Travels… - AYBEE
  • January 2, 2017 - 11:54pm
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    Plaid - Cord Mix After Tomorrow (AMX remix) - Arovane & Hior Chronik Viele - Eigenheimer NAB - David Morley ⊶⊚⊖⬚⊟⊑∷༜⊚༜∷⊒⊞⬚⊖⊚⊷ - qebrus Looming - Rival Consoles Riverslock - Errorbeauty Plank - Syntax Down Deep - T///error Ethyle - Syl Kougaï You can hate me I’ll still love you (LIVE) - Defunkt Dialekt Alpha Wheel - Lone Pigeon Whisperer - Aevin Gesnov - Quadrable 010 - EBAM XXXXL - Acidulant Manhunter - Konx-om-Pax
  • November 16, 2016 - 4:40am
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    Pandit Pran Nath - Raga Malkauns Pandit Pran Nath, voice K. Paramjyoti, tabla La Monte Young, tambura Marian Zazeela, tambura Studio performance - August 21st 1976 in New York City
  • July 7, 2016 - 3:47am
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    It's a great song !
    It's a great song !
  • July 5, 2016 - 11:51pm
    Randall Lard
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    Shelley Parker - null+void Spotlight 002 Chra – A dark country Untold – The water carrier LCC – Airys Trinkkets – Lace U – Our place Monoloc – Trysome Anxiety Support Group – Drug Dealers Lullaby Ploy – Move yourself Intrusion – Velocity in A minor Spooky – Concussion Ploy - Sala One Five Dronelock & Ontal – Parallax Elementz of Noize – Law of the Jungle Ruffhouse – UVB-76
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Songs that get you through the day-to-day...
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when the morning comestruckin brown eyed women ripple candyman friend of the devil box of rain mr. charlie attics of my life cumberland blues i know you rider china cat sunflower sugar magnolia tennessee jed He's gone Jack straw you win again operator brokedown palace
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Grateful Dead Hour No 251
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I just bought Dick's Picks 18 and was very surprised at how well the quality was! Wisconsin & University of Iowa in '78...gotta add it to your collection!!! MC
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Scarlet/Fire from Cornell 5/8/77. Best ever in my opinion. Jerry rocks on the jam into Fire!! Capitol Theater Portchester NY 6/24/70 is also amazing Dark Star/Attics/DS/Sugar Mag/DS. Raw and solid. I can listen to these every day. Add 4/29/71 Fillmore East with the extraordinary Alligator--------GDRFB and a day is complete!!!!!
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Is there a way to download the Taper's Section stuff for an iPod format? I was just wondering, since some people here seem to do this....
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AL GREEN :D last night cleared out all the tracks I had 'played' except a couple GD shows that deserve another listen... after Al Green I'll q' up Clapton's 'Back Home'
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I listen to Grateful Dead, Pink Floyd, Jerry Rafferty,Journey, Beatles,R.E.M.,Prince,MIchael Jackson,Led Zepplin,AC/DC,Aertha Franklin,Barbra Strestand,Bruce Springsteen,Elton John, Rolling Stones,Who,Kiss,Madonna,Meat Puppets,Johnny Cash,Early U2, The Alarm,Guns and Roses with Slash, Mettalica,Nirvana,Turtles, Eric Clapton, David Bowie,Lady Gaga, Aerosmith, Golden Earring, Mott the Hopple, Queen, Jerry Garcia Band,Adam Ant, Alicia Keys, Berlin, Beastie Boys, Bob Seager,Cinderella, Eagles, George Harrison, INXS, Black Eye Peas,Iron Maiden,James Taylor, Carol King, Melody, Kate Bush, The Knack, Lynard Skinner, Police, Yanni, Peter Gabriel, Genesis with Peter, REO Speedway, Susan Boyle, Robert Plant, The Cure, Kanas, Poisin, Lord of the Ring Soundtrack, Boney M. Soundtrack to Nicholas and Alexandra, PInk, Lady Antabellum, Seal and The Smashing Punpkins.
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....Joy Division Closer album. all of them are in my mp3, Still and Unkown Pleasures RIP Ian Curtis
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Allman Brothers....At The Fillmore East...deluxe edition.Allman Brothers....03/18/04...Joe D'Amico Neumann KM184 source. Furthur....06/30/10...Official Live Download. Government Mule....12/16/06...Official Live Muletracks download. Grateful Dead....04/07/72...Official Live Box Set Item. Little Feat....07/27/04...Chris Cafiero Sennheiser source. NRPS....09/19/09...Digital Soundboard. Ratdog....11/08/02...Digital Soundboard. Happy Days !.
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I just can't stop listening to the Omni, Atlanta, GA show right now. I was there and it meant a lot to me to be at the show, going through life changes and all at the time. But, mostly I can't get Eternity>Liberty off repeat. I tear up everytime I hear it! My iPod will probably start smoking if I don't select something else. Sooo, heartfelt!! Also, I have 10/9/89 (no explaination needed), 6/22/92 Star Lake, 5/19/92 Cal Expo, 3/20/92 Copps Coliseum and 8/19/89 Greek Theater currently on the playlist. Almost time for a reload, but not quite yet! When confronted by bears.......
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Tom Fogerty - Excalibur..............who's next in line If this has never been released on CD it should be. I can see that this LP might have worried some?
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I currently have the entire 72 boxset in my ipod. Took way to long to encode all the discs to mp3's. There's alos a ton of old Art Bell shows on there as well.
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I miss Art's show so much! I listened to him for years and just the sound of his voice and late night explorations were just amazing! Good idea!
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I've really been digging Jesse McReynolds plays the songs of the Grateful Dead, a tributie to Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter. It's got a killer version of Birdsong and I think the best Alabamam Getaway I've ever heard. He's a bluegrass legend. Kind of ironic that Jerry use to follow him and his brother, Jim, around back in the day and now the teacher pays tribute to the follower.
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A friend of mine recently passed on an AWESOME10/5/05 instant live recording of the Black Crowes at the 9:30 club. OUTSTANDING GIG. With that package he also passed on two Chris Robinson Brotherhood gigs and a copy of his second solo effort "This Magnificent Distance" and I can't get over them. Train Robbers is one of the greater tracks I have heard in a long time. I can't believe I went this long without getting into Chris' solo records. and the ever-presents that NEVER leave my stereo David Crosby-If I Could Only Remember my name Paul Kantner-Blows Against The Empire Jefferson Airplane-Volunteers Moby Grape-Live Bootleg (official release from sundazed) The Allman Brothers Band-One Way Out: An Evening at The Beacon Theatre And for X-mas a friend gave me a flash drive with the complete Europe 72 recordings. That alone made me cry and I still haven't listened to all of them although I really dig the Rotterdam radio broadcast and Hamburg. That's it for...this one.
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We should swap Art Bell shows. Although it's not the same as it used to be, my wife and I fall asleep every night listening to Coast to Coast. I know I'm not the only one.
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I got my Dave's Pick CDs this afternoon and for some reason I can't seem to get the goofy grin off my face. JEP - This is exactly what I need to hear today and I didn't even know it until they arrived and I loaded up the disks. Thank you! Disk 1 Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleoo Jack Straw They Love Each Other Mexicali Blues Peggy-O Cassidy Loser Lazy Lightning > Supplication Brown-Eyed Women Promised Land Disk 2 Scarlet Begonias > Fire On The Mountain Estimated Prophet > He's Gone > Drums Disk 3 The Other One > Wharf Rat > The Other One > The Wheel > Around And Around Johnny B. Goode
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Government Mule....12/16/06...Official Live Muletracks download.Grateful Dead....04/07/72...Official Live Box Set Item. Little Feat....07/27/04...Chris Cafiero Sennheiser source. NRPS....09/19
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Right around Christmas, I decided to listen to every song on every album on my iPod and weed out the stuff I really like/want to keep from the stuff I can live without. With that said, here are a few albums I've absolutely fallen in with and listen to on a regular basis: - "At Fillmore East (Deluxe Edition)" by The Allman Brothers Band - "Warpaint Live" by The Black Crowes - "Honey Pig" by Bosley - "Safe as Milk" by Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band - "Soul Exorcism Redux" by James Chance & the Contortions - "Carnegie Hall" by Frank Zappa & the Mothers of Invention - "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly" by The Huntingtons - "In the Court of the Crimson King" by King Crimson *200 gram vinyl ed.* - "Hard Ways" by Los Duggans - "Talking Songs for Walking/Necklace of Heads" by Lungfish - "Dark Side of the Moon" by Pink Floyd - "Complete Control Sessions" by Scream - "Stretching Out" by The Skatalites - "Univox" by Univox
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I just downloaded a bunch of Dr. Dog albums. They are a band from Philly with great pop/rock songs and Beach Boy/Beatles-like harmonies. They have been making me smile ever since I found them, (which is about 3-4 years later than most of the people I have found that like them.) Check em' out! I am particularly fond of their albums "Easy Beat" and "Fate" right now... though the others are great too!
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what ive been listening to alot on my mp3 player includes iron butterfly live album, gratefuld dead 9-3-67 and skeletons from the closet, aoxomoxoa, blue cheer's first album, nuggets compilation, joe cocker's greatest hits, syd barrett madcap laughs and barrett, the beatles revolver and rubber soul, amboy dukes journey to the center of the mind, hawkwinds in search of space and hall of the mountain grill, pink floyd the early singles, having a rave up with the yardbirds, and arlo guthrie's runnin down the road.
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But, Listening alot to The "Olympia Show" from Europe 72 box set, Thank you folks for selling individual shows!!! Olympia is just about the best thing I have ever heard, a very unique time in Dead History and it sounds awesome. It is a shame there were so many problems with the box set, EU72 is what turned me on to the Dead. A friend of mine has the whole box set, He says the first ten shows are unlistenable to because there is so much distortion.
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O.K. let's get this over with once and for all, Is it "SOME OTHER FUCKER'S CRIME" or "SOME MUTHERFUCKER'S CRIME" I've had people swear to both (then they got into a fight - alcohol...). I cannot tell you how important this is to me - because you are not here...
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listening to "to terrapin" a great 1977 show, estimated prophet is on at the moment.... just looooove this song.... groovy.....
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Listening to "The Dave Brubeck Quartet At Carnegie Hall" and I am, once again, amazed by drummer Joe Morello's playing. Today is the one year anniversary of his death. The music world suffered a great loss.
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the dead,grand funk,stones,beatles,buffett,comander cody and his lost planet airmen,l&m music(reverb nation),swamptater and the ditchbank boys(also reverbnation) cool stuff also,goose creek symphany
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Well, i'm extremely lucky in the fact that my job is stress/hassle free (Desktop Support IT) and i'm located in the basement of our building away from the whining plebs !. Okay, on my Creative today (and for the next few days); Furthur 09/24/10 (Official Live Download) Grateful Dead 05/18/72 (Official Europe '72 Box Set) Umphrey's McGee 07/06/08 (Official Live Download) Phil & Friends 10/10/07 (Official Live CD Set) Ratdog 11/17/03 (Official Live Download) Rolling Stones 07/13/75 (Official Live Download) Frank Zappa 08/21/73 (Official Beat The Boots Box Set) Moe 10/23/94 (Official Live Download) Widespread Panic 07/05/05 (Official Live Download) Allman Brothers 08/31/04 (Official Live CD Set) Gov't Mule 06/11/05 (Official Live Download) Steve Kimock & Crazy Engine 03/26/09 (Official Live Download) Some killer shows there and all in .wav format...not of that poisoned .mp3 slurry !. Back to the music, Ian.
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Pine Knob, Clarkston, MI, Bobby on acoustic Dark Hollow & Ripple 8-27-08Charter One Pavilion, Chicago, IL {Mississippi 1/2 step Uptown Sugar Mag Attics 8-28-08
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I hope -- dreary sunless day --- Here comes sunshine .... #2 for tomorrow
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I hope -- dreary sunless day --- Here comes sunshine ....
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Perc - Addicted Podcast. for Slo Lettuce in the thrall of mycological morphology. 01 - Biosphere - Startoucher [Apollo] 02 - Endless - Varying Paths (Tool) [Electric Deluxe] 03 - Wolfgang Voigt - Kafkatrax 3.1 [Kafkatrax] 04 - Alex Jones - With The Hats [Hypercolour] 05 - Redshape - Goom Beats [Running Back] 06 - Cari Lekebusch & Jesper Dahlback - Latinator [H-Productions] 07 - Secluded - Dimension (Jonas Kopp 5th Dimension Remix) [Ear To Ground] 08 - Milton Bradley - Echoes From The Past [Do Not Resist The Beat] 09 - Architectural - The Summer Of Love [Semantica] 10 - Jonas Kopp - Anklad [Krill Music] 11 - Pacific Blue - Industry (Silent Servant Remix) [Pacific Blue] 12 - ASC - Revelations [Perc Trax] 13 - Go Hiyama - Quibble [Hue Helix] 14 - NX1_02 -- 003 [NX1_02] 15 - Vault Series - 008 B2 [Vault Series] 16 - Marcel Dettmann - Deluge [50 Weapons] 17 - Vault Series - 008 A1 [Vault Series] 18 - Abstract Division - Floating Point (Delta Funktionen Remix) [Dynamic Reflection] 19 - Pete Namlook & Material Object - The Fourth Dimension [Fax] 20 - Link - Antacid [Warp Records]
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rest assured, this will be much appreciated during future travels.... :)))))p.s. when will construction start on that richard III amusement park? ;-}
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Surgeon - 60 Min Boiler Room Mix 20th November 2012 Mogwai - Fear Satan (Surgeon remix) Oscar Mulero - 46 (Regis Antaganists mix) Aphex Twin - Phloam Surgeon - Bad Hands Break part II Vex'd - Pop Pop V.I.P. DJ Rush - Enhanced D.H.S. - #9 Bad Acid Blawan - Lavender Surgeon - Klonk part II Unspecified Enemies - Multi Ordinal Tracking Unit Blawan - And Both His Sons Surgeon - Badger Bite (upgrade) Unreleased Whitehouse - Killing Hurts Give You The Secrets Truss - Beacon (MPIA3 Definition) Hiroaki Iizuka - Blue Box Chris Page - Corpus Delicti (Blawan remix) Surgeon - Magneze Paul Johnson - TA MPIA3 - Roly Poly Babs Vex'd - Angels Blawan - Medulla Rhees AFX - PWSteal.Ldpinch.D Whitehouse - Dumping The Fucking Rubbish
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The Black Dog - Dark Wave Vol. 5 01. Feeder Rub Out (Live Recut) - The Black Dog - Soma Records 02. Hype Knot 7 - The Black Dog - Soma Records 03. Drop Kick Kali - The Black Dog - Soma Records 04. Dark Wave Creeping - The Black Dog - Soma Records 05. Collapse: Grey Room - The Black Dog - Unreleased 06. Greedy Gutter Guru - The Black Dog - Dust Science 07. The Death Ov The Black Sun - The Black Dog - Dust Science 08. Bird Siren - The Black Dog - Soma Records 09. Black Chamber Order - The Black Dog - Dust Science 10. Silent Escape - The Black Dog - Soma Records 11. Muggerscum Out (tBd Remix) - Surgeon - Soma Records 12. High Rise Choir Reprise (Remixed by Sigha) - The Black Dog - Dust Science 13. Dissident Bleep - The Black Dog - Dust Science 14. Heavy Industry (Remixed by Shifted) - The Black Dog - Dust Science 15. The Black Maria - The Black Dog - Soma Records
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I've been going through my vinyl collection and converting a good chunk of them to mp3s. So far, I've gotten through these albums:- "Let's Stay Together" by Al Green - "Enlightened Rogues" by the Allman Brothers Band - "Live at CBGB 1982" by Bad Brains - Bad Religion's S/T EP - "Now" by Black Uhuru - "The Best of Bread" - "We Are the Radio" mini album by the Brian Jonestown Massacre - "Remedies" by Dr. John - "Love Interruption" single by Jack White - "Black Rabbit" and "Bonedaddy" singles by PUJOL - "Nahla" single by Ranch Ghost - "Hotel Yorba (Live at the Hotel Yorba)," "Fell in Love with a Girl," and "Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground" singles by the White Stripes And I still have a BIG pile of LPs to go through!
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Alva Noto - RA Podcast: RA.276 Berghain Berlin Inspiration Andy Stott - Execution Byetone - Plastic Star (Remix – Sleeparchive) Boys Noize - Rozz Box Fiedel - Doors To Manual M.I.A. (2) - The Message Emptyset - Monad NHK - Entire Set Mark Fell - Track 14 Errorsmith - Untitled Fennesz - Happy Audio Ryoji Ikeda - +/- Angelo Badalamenti - Mr. Roque / Betty's Theme Perspective Donnacha Costello - Minimise 3 Alva Noto - XerroxTekPart 1 Alva Noto - XerroxTeion Grischa Lichtenberger - 007_11101lv1b Alva Noto - UniDeform SebastiAn (6) - Motor Nine Inch Nails - The Great Destroyer Steve Reich - Reed Phase MMM - Donna Robert Hood - Minimal, Minimal Pan Sonic - Teurastamo Alva Noto - XerroxSoma
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Souncheck-Furthur Festlots of 77/78 Elton Sheepdogs Doors Stones-Brussells Affair (Killer) Traffic Cowboy Junkies Tragically Hip Bob Marley Pearl Jam Iron Maiden Janes Addiction Stompin Tom Lightfoot Cash U2 Springsteen
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Thomas Fehlmann Live at Mutek, Montreal, 2009-05-30.
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Rod Modell (Deepchord) - ClashMusic DJ Mix Podcast 1. Deepchord -- Spirits 2. Kotai + Mo -- She Bouncer 3. Clubroot -- Dry Cured 4. Thomas Fehlmann -- Berliner Luftikus 5. Martin Shulte -- Researches Of Depths 6. Pola -- Fatal 7. The Black Dog -- Strip Light Hate 8. Theo Parish -- Heal Yourself And Move 9. Deepchord -- Tangier 10. Blir -- Untitled, Track 3 -- Raster Edits 11. Jonas Bering -- Bienfait 4 12. Signer -- Dreaming About Making Music To Dream To 13. Rod Modell -- Cloud Over (Incense & Black Light) 14. The Black Dog -- DISinformation Desk 15. Pole -- Rondell 2 16. Sustainer -- Modulo 17. The Advent -- Electro 8.07 FM 18. Deepchord -- Sofitel (Processed) 19. Kotai + Mo -- Bu 20. Blir Untitled, Track 8 -- Raster Edits 21. Frank Bretschneider & Taylor Dupree -- Moving Light 22. Fluxion -- Sub Marine 23. Joel Tammik -- Ese 24. MERV -- Melted Vein 25. Kotai + Mo -- L-Dancer 26. Steve Roach -- Ancestral Horizon 27. Blir -- Untitled, Track 8 -- Raster Edits
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Richie Hawtin - ENTER.1, Space, Ibiza, 05-07-2012 Opening night mix from ENTER @ Space, Ibiza on July 5, 2012.