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I have enjoyed some mark fell as well as some vladislav delay, and I totally hear what they were going for and have a certain amount of respect for it... but this is absolutely shit IMO.

 

edit: OK that's kind of unfair. It just pisses me off how awful the ending is, when it has such potential at the start.

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wtf lol

this is the first sensate focus i'll be skipping

 

Yeah, pass. They raped the shit out of that vocal sample. Also, where the milky synths?

 

What happened?

Mix & master by Sasu Ripatti

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Mark Fell's new podcast for Secret Thirteen feels like a collection of inspirations for Sensate Focus project.

 

http://secretthirteen.org/secret-thirteen-mix-073-mark-fell

 

INTRO: Jon Kabat-Zinn – Guided Meditation Practices: Mindfulness
01. Chez Damier ‎- Can You Feel It [KMS, 1992]
02. Choo Ables ‎- Hard To Get (B.T.’s Massive Groove) [E-SA Records, 1993]
03. Rick Wade – Night Track [Elevate (US), 1997]
04. Effervescence – Keep It Open (Afterdark Mix) [Hi-Bias Records. 1993]
05. Classic Man ’93 – No More Mind Games (Waste No Time Mix) [Nervous Records, 1993]
06. Bassmental – 2 Daye Revisit [Nite Grooves, 1994]
07. Raw Elements – Raw Basics (Inst.) [Final Cut, 1992]
08. Mount Rushmore – The Vibe [Flying International, 1993]
09. Lectroluv ‎- If We Try (Ambient Dub) [Eightball Records, 1992]
10. Pal Joey – Gettin’ Hot (Down Low) [Loop D' Loop, 1992]
11. Logic ‎- The Difference [strictly Rhythm, 1990]
All tracks mentioned in Sentielle Objectif Actualité (SF remix album) press release are in podcast (different versions though)
Two hi hats are used: the Yamaha RX11 Closed Hat 1, and a sample from Bassmental's ‘2 Daye Revisit (Kerri Chandler remix)’, released on Nite Grooves, 1994. Recommended contextual materials include: ‘Can You Feel It (Dubby Dub Marc Kinchen remix)’ by Chez Damier, released on KMS, 1992; ‘Hard To Get’ by Choo Ables, released on E-SA records, 1993.
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sounds like Sensate Focus VS Diplo, which is not the most desirable combination. I hope Fell keeps doing experimental work as well as this project. He hasn't had a release like multistability in a while (haha a while means like 1 year in mark fell releasing time frame)

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Mark Fell's new podcast for Secret Thirteen feels like a collection of inspirations for Sensate Focus project.

 

http://secretthirteen.org/secret-thirteen-mix-073-mark-fell

 

INTRO: Jon Kabat-Zinn – Guided Meditation Practices: Mindfulness
01. Chez Damier ‎- Can You Feel It [KMS, 1992]
02. Choo Ables ‎- Hard To Get (B.T.’s Massive Groove) [E-SA Records, 1993]
03. Rick Wade – Night Track [Elevate (US), 1997]
04. Effervescence – Keep It Open (Afterdark Mix) [Hi-Bias Records. 1993]
05. Classic Man ’93 – No More Mind Games (Waste No Time Mix) [Nervous Records, 1993]
06. Bassmental – 2 Daye Revisit [Nite Grooves, 1994]
07. Raw Elements – Raw Basics (Inst.) [Final Cut, 1992]
08. Mount Rushmore – The Vibe [Flying International, 1993]
09. Lectroluv ‎- If We Try (Ambient Dub) [Eightball Records, 1992]
10. Pal Joey – Gettin’ Hot (Down Low) [Loop D' Loop, 1992]
11. Logic ‎- The Difference [strictly Rhythm, 1990]
All tracks mentioned in Sentielle Objectif Actualité (SF remix album) press release are in podcast (different versions though)
Two hi hats are used: the Yamaha RX11 Closed Hat 1, and a sample from Bassmental's ‘2 Daye Revisit (Kerri Chandler remix)’, released on Nite Grooves, 1994. Recommended contextual materials include: ‘Can You Feel It (Dubby Dub Marc Kinchen remix)’ by Chez Damier, released on KMS, 1992; ‘Hard To Get’ by Choo Ables, released on E-SA records, 1993.

 

there are some really amazing tracks in there, ty mark!

hard to get (2.) was also featured in the latest compilation by therre thaemlitz.

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