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Broadcast on the Touched Music Mixlr last year... this was the tracklist, I'd imagine the untitled pieces will have names by now.

Andy Cato - The Coastal Path (Yage Interpretation) 
B12 - Orbita Tolv (Rebuilt By Humanoid)
Min-Y-Llan - Lot-e (Synthi A - Analogue Designs)
Min-Y-Llan - Cycling Sundays (Yage Rebuild)
FSOL - Rain Forest
Humanoid - Scary Worlds 
Humanoid - Tiny Machine Birth
FSOL - Untitled 41
Karsten Pflum - Borg Acid (Humanoid Remix)
Carbinax - Idiome (Humanoid Rebuild 3)
Blu Mar Ten - Shifted Night (FSOL Remix 2nd) 
FSOL - Was There Some of the Time 
Nmesh - Mall Full of Drugs (Rebuilt by Humanoid)
FSOL - Untitled 42
2nd Mouse - High Jinx Dark (Humanoid Remix)
Yage - Despite (Light limited image)
 

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Touched Music on Friday. There'll be a Mixlr show beforehand with a bunch of exclusive tracks (including one from Apertures, my project with Brian)

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Set A Reminder For This One 🙂

FSOLdigital Presents MIND MAPS

A One Hour Journey Through Shifting Soundscape Recontoured By 

Future Sound of London - FSOL, Humanoid, Yage And Sybthi A
Released 25.6.21

Preview And Mix From 7.30 PM On Touched Music Mixlr
https://mixlr.com/touched_music  SET A REMINDER 

2 Hours Of Music From Future Sound of London - FSOL, Humanoid, Yage And Sybthi A

Video_Promo - https://youtu.be/gMYXbLL7zIg

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  • Rubin Farr changed the title to FSOLDigital presents - Mind Maps - CD out 25/06/21
Just now, purlieu said:

Lucky enough to receive an advance copy today - interestingly, there's no tracklist on the art anywhere. Curious.

Continuous or separate tracks?

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Continuous mix. It's identical to the version played on Mixlr last year. 

This is actually the first time I've listened to it since then - been enough new FSOL in the meantime to keep me occupied - and I'd forgotten just how fucking good it is. Those Min-Y-Llan remixes and 'Rain Forest' are astonishing.

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"This Is A CD Only Release **NO DIGITAL** Like The Good Old Days"

Message from FSOLdigital: NO DIGITAL

Come on, guys.

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1 hour ago, purlieu said:

Given that it's got a lot of remixes of other artists on it, I'd imagine it's licensing issues that have limited it to a one-off CD release.

yup, I’ve run into that repeatedly with micro labels.

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10 hours ago, hayhook said:

Would be psyched about this except Carbinazi’s on it. Hard Pass. 

Care to elaborate on that? I'm interested.

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2 hours ago, dcom said:

Care to elaborate on that? I'm interested.

There’s been a few threads on twgeema on fb regarding multiple peoples’ interactions with him spewing Transphobic bullshit and other hateful rants. (I’ve personally had same with him as well). Running to work, so can’t quote them right now. 

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7 minutes ago, hayhook said:

There’s been a few threads on twgeema on fb regarding multiple peoples’ interactions with him spewing Transphobic bullshit and other hateful rants. (I’ve personally had same with him as well). Running to work, so can’t quote them right now. 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/864907786964149/permalink/3915836561871241/

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9 minutes ago, hayhook said:

There’s been a few threads on twgeema on fb regarding multiple peoples’ interactions with him spewing Transphobic bullshit and other hateful rants. (I’ve personally had same with him as well). Running to work, so can’t quote them right now. 

Can't stalk FB as I'm not on that (or any other) virtual Soylent Green producing so-called social networks, please post screencaps of relevant bits so I can go scrub my epidermis until it bleeds.

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25 minutes ago, dcom said:

Can't stalk FB as I'm not on that (or any other) virtual Soylent Green producing so-called social networks, please post screencaps of relevant bits so I can go scrub my epidermis until it bleeds.

Here’s a comment Carbinax wrote on my friend Chris Tee’s fb: 

“Chris Tee, society is clearly being subverted and eroded. You may be perfectly happy with primary school children being taught that they can change their gender, but I certainly am not. That is child abuse, plain and simple. 
Whether you believe in the bible or not Chris, the evidence for a society becoming more perverted and freakish, is everywhere, and as soon as one taboo is permitted, the next tier of taboo is immediately challenged.
None of this non-binary nonsense entered peoples minds until society caved in and permitted the "fundamental" taboos that would then also allow all it's offshoots to be questioned.

The things that are taboo right now, will be legal in 10 years, because we now have a society that says "well, they challenged the court system, and so can we.......what about MY right to happiness......what about MY human rights?"..............and because society has proudly championed deviance and perversion, instead of preventing it, the next generation will target their own set of taboos.
You happy with that kind of depravity, because its coming.

And yes, it bothers me greatly. Not because I use the Bible or a "comic book " as you put it,  to self-righteously bash people with, but because I see society, oblivious, and damaging itself, and proud of its enlightenment, which is actually myopia.” -his rant after the “disgusting perversions” on display at Eurovision. (Conchita, Iceland, Madonna et al)...

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Ughhh that's awful. Never would have known either, he's always seemed pretty decent during all my interactions with him. I think we were connected on my old Facebook, surprised I didn't get shit from him given I'm openly non-binary. 

I wonder if Martin and FSOL are aware? They don't seem like the types to work with someone as openly socially conservative as that. 

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