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  • Birthday 01/10/1983

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  1. Will second Jorge Ben, Gilberto Gil is also great. Some really interesting early electronic music too like: Wendy Carlos - Switched On Bach Tangerine Dream - Rubycon White Noise - An Electric Storm
  2. A few I've kept coming back to over the years... Can - Ege Bamyasi Herbie Hancock - Headhunters/Thrust Nick Drake - Five Leaves Left/Bryter Layter/Pink Moon The Zombies - Odessey and Oracle
  3. Cant believe I know exactly what I think you're talking about but... One of my favorites trance tunes from my high school days. This might be the original source?
  4. Albums/EPs Mixtapes/Mixes Demdike Stare - The Call VHS Head - AMKS Halloween Mix
  5. Very mysterious indeed, enjoying this a lot. Very nostalgic, as someone who was pretty into 80s/90s Japanese fantasy movies and video games this hits the spot
  6. This is great, definitely scratches that itch for 90s Warp, lots of early BOC influence on this one
  7. That's a good guess. I was thinking Tod Dockstader maybe as well
  8. Wow I've seen all these actually, some great picks here. When I was a kid in the 80s, I was like 6 or 7, Phase IV was on tv one afternoon and it blew my mind. I thought about it for years later without knowing the name of the movie or fully comprehending what it was about. The first time I listened to BOC it totally reminded me of that old movie and I eventually found it again. Definitely a similar vibe.
  9. Cheers, I think you're right about self hosting, it's just hard for people to randomly stumble upon your stuff like on a dedicated mix platform. Appreciate it though, that's the direction I've already been looking into. I've already got everything on archive, it just doesn't get much traffic.
  10. Fuck, end of an era. I have over 100 mixes over the past 20 years and time after time these platforms eventually go to shit. First PercussionLab folded due to hosting costs, then Vimeo booted me for copyright infringement, same with Soundcloud. Youtube inserted unskippable ads even without monetization, and now this. Does anyone know of any good alternatives that aren't a ghost town?
  11. Awesome. Can't believe it's been 2 and a half years since this thread was started...and 8 and a half years since the last album. Get your shit together Skam, Free Ade!
  12. Yeah it's def Kool Keith saying "jam like a tecker" from the Dr. Octagon track I posted earlier. Assuming it's referring to a TEC-9 semi-automatic weapon, but it sounds like he's saying Autechre.
  13. six

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    Bellhead and Gamelan Fresh are amazing, up there with their best stuff. Seriously underrated stuff, especially if these are indeed live jams.
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