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Perc - London, We Have You Surrounded





James Ruskin - CLR Podcast 138 - 10.17.11
TRACKLIST:
01. Coil - Something02. Thomas Bangalter - Rectum03. Seda Muerta - Female remix04. Mike Dehnert - Oblique05. SCB - Overlay06. Blawan - What You Do With What You Have07. Mike Dehnert - Plonger08. Planetary Assault Systems - Bell Blocker09. Cosmin TRG - Fizik10. O/V/R - Live In London11. O/V/R -(Version)12. Autechre - Drane13. Objekt - CLK Recovery14. Planetary Assault Systems - Cold Bolster15. Pacific Blue - Industry ( RRose Remix)16. SP-X - X-568417. Sigha - Let Me In18. The Fear Ratio - Mas19. The Fear Ratio - Morning Blues (Plaid Remix)
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(Art by: Andy Gilmore)

James Ruskin - CLR Podcast 138 - 10.17.11

TRACKLIST:

01. Coil - Something
02. Thomas Bangalter - Rectum
03. Seda Muerta - Female remix
04. Mike Dehnert - Oblique
05. SCB - Overlay
06. Blawan - What You Do With What You Have
07. Mike Dehnert - Plonger
08. Planetary Assault Systems - Bell Blocker
09. Cosmin TRG - Fizik
10. O/V/R - Live In London
11. O/V/R -(Version)
12. Autechre - Drane
13. Objekt - CLK Recovery
14. Planetary Assault Systems - Cold Bolster
15. Pacific Blue - Industry ( RRose Remix)
16. SP-X - X-5684
17. Sigha - Let Me In
18. The Fear Ratio - Mas
19. The Fear Ratio - Morning Blues (Plaid Remix)

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(Source: Create Learn Realize)

(Art by: Andy Gilmore)

Basic Soul Unit - The Long Way

KiNK - Rachel

Mark E - Call Me





Glas - Dub Techno Mix #048
TRACKLIST:
01. Marcel Dettmann - Clime 02. Quantec - My Safe Harbour 03. Marko Furstenberg - 2006 04. CV313 - Seconds To Forever (Reshape) 05. Marcel Dettmann - Lattice 06. Martin Schulte - When Stars Fall 07. Van Bonn - Maserung 08. Terence Fixmer, Claudio PRC - Lunar Forest 09. Exos - Eastwood 10. Quantec - Deep Drawn 11. Abstract Ballet - MJ12 12. DML - Sendling II 13. Martin Schulte - Urban Wind 14. Truncate - Contrasts 1 15. Sigha - Untitled #2 16. Unbroken Dub - Untitled 2
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Glas - Dub Techno Mix #048

TRACKLIST:

01. Marcel Dettmann - Clime
02. Quantec - My Safe Harbour
03. Marko Furstenberg - 2006 
04. CV313 - Seconds To Forever (Reshape)
05. Marcel Dettmann - Lattice
06. Martin Schulte - When Stars Fall
07. Van Bonn - Maserung
08. Terence Fixmer, Claudio PRC - Lunar Forest
09. Exos - Eastwood
10. Quantec - Deep Drawn
11. Abstract Ballet - MJ12 
12. DML - Sendling II
13. Martin Schulte - Urban Wind
14. Truncate - Contrasts 1 
15. Sigha - Untitled #2 
16. Unbroken Dub - Untitled 2

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Milton Bradley - On A Day The Light Went Out

Terence Fixmer & Claudio PRC - Lunar Forest

$tinkworx – Drexion Caves

Lone - Coreshine Voodoo

Julio Bashmore - Battle For Middle You (Maurice Donovan Dub)

The Analogue Cops & Blawan - 45 Dollars





LWE Podcast 101: Aybee - October 2011
Providing an incubus of sorts for ideas and explorations about music  rather than simply setting up a record label, Armon Bazile has truly  forged his own path through his music. It’s a path that runs deep with a  spirituality whose intent is felt on each record, whether that’s the  otherworldly, downtempo electronics of “Moonstalk,” the soaring, spatial  techno of “Ozzie Davis,” or the blissful, aquatic deep house of  “Underworld.” Releasing his first pieces of music digitally on his own  Deepblak label in 2001, Bazile’s big break came when a friend passed on  his music to Ron Trent, who duly signed the young producer to the first  release of the then-resurrected Prescription label. The two went on to  collaborate as Indigenous Space People on the Prescription off-shoot  Future Vision for a beautiful moment in deep house, “Across The  Universe.” 
Since then Bazile has been releasing under a raft of  different names and with an open mind towards the genres through which  he expresses himself, has established himself as a true artist. LWE  caught up with Bazile to talk about Deepblak, the perils of  accessibility and why his label mates are more like brothers than  musical peers. He also provided us with our 101st exclusive podcast, an  intimate collection of past and future Deepblak classics that will  slowly rush over you like a rising tide. [read more]
TRACKLIST:
01. Herbie Hancock, “Tools” [white] 02. Aybee, “Ozzie Davis” [Future Vision] 03. Aybee, “Nigg#z and Space Machines” [Deepblak] 04. Prof. Delacroix, “Build Her” [Deepblak] 05. Mist Works, “Common Question” (Aybee’s Immortal Mix) [Atjazz Record Co.] 06. Ron Trent, “Manifesto” (Aybee’s Blak Space Federation Slap) [Deepblak] 07. Orion 70, “Enki” [Deepblak] 08. Orion 70, “Blak Planet” [Deepblak] 09. Aybee, “Love Of” [Deepblak] 10. Aybee, “Solaris” [Deepblak]
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(Source: LittleWhiteEarbuds)

LWE Podcast 101: Aybee - October 2011

Providing an incubus of sorts for ideas and explorations about music rather than simply setting up a record label, Armon Bazile has truly forged his own path through his music. It’s a path that runs deep with a spirituality whose intent is felt on each record, whether that’s the otherworldly, downtempo electronics of “Moonstalk,” the soaring, spatial techno of “Ozzie Davis,” or the blissful, aquatic deep house of “Underworld.” Releasing his first pieces of music digitally on his own Deepblak label in 2001, Bazile’s big break came when a friend passed on his music to Ron Trent, who duly signed the young producer to the first release of the then-resurrected Prescription label. The two went on to collaborate as Indigenous Space People on the Prescription off-shoot Future Vision for a beautiful moment in deep house, “Across The Universe.”

Since then Bazile has been releasing under a raft of different names and with an open mind towards the genres through which he expresses himself, has established himself as a true artist. LWE caught up with Bazile to talk about Deepblak, the perils of accessibility and why his label mates are more like brothers than musical peers. He also provided us with our 101st exclusive podcast, an intimate collection of past and future Deepblak classics that will slowly rush over you like a rising tide. [read more]

TRACKLIST:

01. Herbie Hancock, “Tools” [white]
02. Aybee, “Ozzie Davis” [Future Vision]
03. Aybee, “Nigg#z and Space Machines” [Deepblak]
04. Prof. Delacroix, “Build Her” [Deepblak]
05. Mist Works, “Common Question” (Aybee’s Immortal Mix) [Atjazz Record Co.]
06. Ron Trent, “Manifesto” (Aybee’s Blak Space Federation Slap) [Deepblak]
07. Orion 70, “Enki” [Deepblak]
08. Orion 70, “Blak Planet” [Deepblak]
09. Aybee, “Love Of” [Deepblak]
10. Aybee, “Solaris” [Deepblak]

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(Source: LittleWhiteEarbuds)