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  1. Yeah i've found that loads of CDs won't read on the slot-load DVDRW drive on the macbook but if I attach an LG Blu Ray Writer it does fine. Perhaps just better/more efficient mechanics over time. It does bother me now though that I can't find the Calix CD. It's got to be somewhere on the net, maybe i'll check tonight if I can find that and the Broadcast set...I still have the tracklist for that one. Lots of United States Of America which was a cool ass Psychedelic rock group from SF late 60s.
  2. Thanks. Someone on Youtube comments (instant credibility) for the part that this record plays in claims he was at the show and Clark took over the sound when this track came on. Apparently Luke played it and Clark played the rest of the set. Which makes no sense to me at all. Who knows. Wish this was released though...wall of synth! I wonder if it was a softsynth/plugin or some hardware. Can't identify it.
  3. File Name: Ceephax - Live PA at WMF, Berlin 1/25/01 File Submitter: herrdoppler File Submitted: 07 Aug 2016 File Category: Ceephax This is a pretty rare set that I and perhaps a few others may have recorded, I just noticed it on mixcloud although I'm the only person I know to have ever had this show. I recorded it from a realplayer stream in 2001 and it was an av archive....it had this live PA with interesting low-grade pixelated video, of IIRC, a man doing acrobatics. I think it was an olympic setting. It was weird :) This is notable as it's the first time I heard Acid Vaccination, and also an extended version of Ceelink on Acid Quakers 1000 with a wicked 606 breakdown and rythm change. There's also tracks in here that were never released. Appos if this is already out there and well known. Click here to download this file
  4. This mix was very fresh and has one of the lushest synth leads i've probably ever heard (@24:00˜˜)! I was searching out that track for days but it looks like it was unreleased. I havent followed him for years so I don't know if it ever came out. Anyone who can shed some light thank you ;)
  5. I checked with them but they can't do it as they're going to be putting portions or all of their back catalogue up on BLEEP and possibly other sites soon. So I'll have to expire my links and if I can politely ask: Please don't share that discography to anyone, and certainly not on P2P sites. Keep it locked down please. Cheers guys. They've been super kind to me/us so let's repay them and let them make some dosh. Ah, good to know - and yes, support the artists by buying an original digital copy ;) I sincerely wish their back catalogue on vinyl wasnt so damn rare. not that buying it would pay them anyway, but still. its a treasure trove. i do have yet to hear their newer stuff so i should check out, never even used bleep before :S
  6. I checked with them but they can't do it as they're going to be putting portions or all of their back catalogue up on BLEEP and possibly other sites soon. So I'll have to expire my links and if I can politely ask: Please don't share that discography to anyone, and certainly not on P2P sites. Keep it locked down please. Cheers guys. They've been super kind to me/us so let's repay them and let them make some dosh.
  7. Sure ill keep that in mind. The Calix and Gescom did have labels, the Calix was just too scratched up to read accurately from it. Maybe I'll give it a shot in one of these new blu ray players and see what happens though. It would be good to use some kind of polish perhaps..
  8. Ignore the broken tags/text , it works fine. If a mod can remove much appreciated, or I can reload
  9. nice. yeah im about to go through all these unlabeled spindles that have been here for almost 2 decades....hopefully i find some good stuff, probably loads of crap compilations though :)
  10. I was able to salvage a Gescom CDr today. I tried washing with dishsoap and distilled water, no go.....tried toothpaste, asanine idea....finally took it over to a newer blu ray burner and pulled it with zero issues. Went ahead and grabbed an LG blu ray burner but having trouble getting it to work correctly on my macbook. Will see. But in any case it looks like a better drive helped, and ive been using dbpoweramp and eac i think...
  11. I'll have a look for sure. I've got about 300 CDrs with no label, so who knows what could be on them. I'm hoping for a DMX Krew set from Groovetech 2001 I think....soo good. All the jams....elecktroids, other people place, chromatix, voice stealer, aphex, etc. Moreover I need to find an archive of the Groovetech sets. I don't know if anyone has a complete stash thats online.
  12. There were some reports of the file being broken. I reuploaded. Please try again
  13. File Name: "Gescom DJs - Warp Radio 2001.mp3" File Submitter: madisonthorne File Submitted: 05 Aug 2016 File Category: Autechre Rip of Gescom DJs on Warp Radio, circa 2001. This was streamripped and then burnt to a CDr. After about 15 years and the loss of the original digital file, I found the CDr and cleaned it and ripped it to a single mp3. This originally came from http://warp-net.com in its puzzle incarnation, specifically the radio page which had mouseover pieces which would slide out. You could click and stream. Artists included Gescom, Broadcast, Plaid, Mira Calix and others. It has long since vanished. Click here to download this file
  14. Along with several other sets from Broadcast, Mira Calix etc. , I ripped this Gescom set from the Warp Website in 2001. It was when they were using the puzzle incarnation of the site, and had a radio page where several pieces would jut out on mouseover and you could play sets. I tried reviving the Mira Calix from a CD I have, but I couldn't get any decent quality...too damaged. The Broadcast is lost although I have the tracklist. I found this one tonight and after several cleanings and different drives, I got a good rip of it. It's not perfect though, there are moments where it stutters or repeats itself very briefly. Overall it's really acceptable though considering it's been stored on a CDR for 15 years without much care. It was 18 tracks split on the CD via indexes so I joined it all into one file removing any gaps and tagged it. Link below. It's alot of hip hop and IDM etc. Hopefully i'm not doubling any efforts here if this has already been available. D/L: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10698524/Gescom%20DJs%20-%20Warp%20Radio%202001.mp3 https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10698524/Gescom%20DJs%20-%20Warp%20Radio%202001.mp3 Cheers
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