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autechre tracks with enough 4/4 pulse for a techno set

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Skeng remix is always a banger:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YpUSwOGkRRw

 

I've heard Second Bad Vilbel dropped in sets a handful of times:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KQUDTsEb2Q

Foil is pretty straight forward:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sX0MQ2eOWwM

 

 

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Not four to the floor, but Doctrine still bangs.

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They did another version of this which doesn't seem to be on youtube, it's a bit mellower.

 

 

Oh I found it, I love this version

 

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/><br />at around 1:12...

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Edited by deebee

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elyc9 7hres

 

This would be a great track to fade up behind some more normie techno on an unsuspecting public

 

 

FUCK YES!

I would absolutely love to hear this fading in and out between a few songs in a techno set. It'd be even better if I could see the faces of everyone hearing it live. 

=D

 

I'd also love to hear something similar done with the remixes they did for Jimi Tenor's "Take Me Baby" and Scorn's "Falling". 

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ag1mIkApi34

www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_rWmytALBI

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TT1PD would mix in a DnB set I reckon. Think you might have trouble finding a DnB crowd that would allow it.

 

Spl9 could be a goer?

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I remember some 99s VIVA TV programme in style of their BERLIN HOUSE and there was a footage of some brutal looking techno dj mixing some brighton stuff with 777 off LP5 so i experienced some kind of revelation. Like "Yeah it is normal actually"

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Also want to second elyc9 7hres. It is more contemporary techno than most part of contemporary techno is.

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