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  1. https://infine-rec.bandcamp.com/album/versus Sometimes orchestrated mixes can be a bit gimmicky, but half way through listening to this and think will be buying favourite track so far is Darkness.
  2. "Produced by Carl Craig, the Versus album mixes both orchestral and electronically enhanced versions of Carl Craig’s music in a techno collection of eight tracks adapted for orchestra."
  3. Guest

    some emotional techno

    Carl Craig - A wonderful Life - 1995 Phenomyna - Into The Other World - 1994 69 - Microlvr - 1994 Phenomyna - Into The Other World explained by Black Dog - 1995 Meat Beat Manifesto - Mind Stream (Aphex Twin Remix) - 1993 Bintus - Cylinder-Bop - 2013 Voltek - Unten - 2011 Bintus - Toyota Henge - 2013 Carl Finlow - Hashtag (C.Mantle Remix) - 2013 C.Mantle - P Ricoeur - 2010 Black Dog - Hub - 1992 As One - Shambala (reflected by Balil ) - 1995 Lark - Tedra - 1993 Reload - Le Soleil Et La Mer - 1993 Autechre - Cichi - 1997 Allen Ginsberg - Europe Europe Phoenecia - Odd Jobs (Rhythm Box) - 1999 Stasis - View From The Rille - 1993 Future / Past - Nebula Variation - 1992 Stasis - Presence - 1993 Kumulus - Unfold - 1992 Kenny Larkin - Colony - 1991 Musicology (B12) - Obsessed - 1991 Babyford - Deadeye - 1994 Reel By Real (Marty Bonds) - Sundog - 1991 Xon (Richard H Kirk , Robert Gordon ) - Dissonance - 1991 AFX - .942937 - 1993 Brain Pilot - Nutrient - 1995 E.R.P - Alsoran - 2007 Plaid - Silversum - 2001 / Plaid - Stills - 2002 E.R.P - Aurelia - 2005 Autechre - VLetrmx21 - 1995 Stasis - Point Of No Return - 1993 Brothomstates - Te Noch RP -2001 Coushin - Heild - 2011 Pollon - Lonely Planet - 2000 AFX - Boxingday - 2005 Balil - Island - 1993 Phenomyna - Earthfall explained by NURON - 1994 Phenomyna - Got The Urge - 1994 Placid Angels (John Beltran) - Casting Shadows (on warm sundays) - 1997 Aphex Twin - On (Reload Remix ) - 1993 Carl Craig - Home Entertainment - 1995 HOLOVR - Corporeal Crust ( Cthelll Core ) - 2016 Secede - Outran - 2003 Saint Etienne - Like A Motorway (Skin up you're already dead, Autechre Mix ) - 1994 Oldfield versus The Orb - Sentinel - ( Orbular Bells ) - 1992 Softballet - Jail Of Freedom- ( Jailtilsli - Autechre Remix ) - 1995 Carl Finlow - Hashtag (Radioactive man remix ) - 2013 Shiver - Subsonic Soundscape - 1994 Di Indicator - Nothing Like You - 2001 Vangelis - Blade Runner Blues - 1982 Rhythim Is Rhythim - Drama - 1990 Adapta - Untitled - 2012 Kenny Larkin - Metaphor - 1995 Actress - Gershwin - 2011 Stormfield - Rebuild - 2013 Rhythim Is Rhythim - Emanon - 1990 808 State - E- Talk - 1988 Model 500 - Infoworld - 1990 Stephen Lopkin - Meall a' Bhuiridh - 2016 Stasis Disco 4000 ( witness the future ) - 1993 Stephen Lopkin - Can You Hear Me Calling You - 2016 Om - Brother That (Om Beats ) - 1991 Saint Etienne - Who Do You Think You Are (Quex-RD, AFX Mix ) - 1993 Depth Charge - ASP - 1995 LFO - El Ef Oh! - 1991 J.Alvarez ( aka 214 ) - Suncid - 2015 Bola - Forcasa 3 - 1995 System 7 - Fractal Liaison - 1991
  4. Plaid are pretty good, I recommend you check them out. Here is a short interview clip mixed with live footage: [youtubehd]ObUNbuax2v4[/youtubehd] The Plaid part starts about six or so minutes in before Carl Craig butts in.
  5. "It’s hard to think of another artist who has so consistently blown us away, and in so many different ways. Where to begin? The two superlative albums he’s released under his own name (Landcruising and More Songs About Food And Revolutionary Art)? How about the oneiric breakbeat techno he created as BFC and Psyche? Or his extraordinary work as 69, including what is, arguably, the very finest example of Detroit Techno as machine-soul (‘Desire’)? His forays into broken beat and nu-jazz (Innerzone Orchestra, The Detroit Experiment)? The turbo-charged disco derivations of Paperclip People? The wild, dancefloor-threshing electronics of Tres Demented? Or perhaps his collaborations with DJ Stingray, Moodymann, Anthony ‘Shake’ Shakir, Moritz Von Oswald and Tribe? Oh, and we’re forgetting the remixes, the bloody remixes: inspired, heart-stopping reworks of Beanfield, Delia & Gavin, Cesaria Evora, Theo Parrish, Adult, E-Dancer, System Seven, Icognito…. every one a classic." "Perhaps what’s most remarkable about Carl Craig, is that he is as adept, nay masterful, at spinning tunes as he is at making them. His 2002 double-disc The Workout must rank as the best mix CD of that, or indeed any other, decade, but the man doesn’t need his studio to bring it. He always delivers live, playing at a tempo that somehow feels all his own: driving, dynamic, but eternally unruffled, never losing its cool. He understands the magic that happens when robotic rigidity and loose-limbed funk work for and against each other; he grasps the importance of melody and a solid gold hook whilst being sophisticated enough to steer well clear of cheap trills. He is a man completely in command of his sound: every track he plays, whoever it’s by, seems to be invested with his unique character, his unique style and groove and energy. In other words, he makes every track his own, and that, ladies and gentleman, is the mark of the consummate DJ." http://www.factmag.c...345-carl-craig/
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