70/140 stuff today. A little dub techno, a little IDM, a whole lot of dubstep. This mix features several classics from the likes of Tectonic Recordings, Punch Drunk Music, and three from Deep Medi Musik. (Plus a newer track by Rings Around Saturn).
Cameron Paul Tells All on youtube.com. 1989 DJing & tape editing & remixing VHS instructional video from legendary San Francisco DJ Cameron Paul. I watch it every now and then to see a pro at work. Posting about it today because I watched it again recently.
Records from Cameron Paul's remix service Mixx-It aren't hard to find in the local shops here. I've always loved coming across them, reading the name "Cameron" on a record full of electro and freestyle. The only one I have myself is Mixx-It 23, an awesome 12" of freestyle edits. It can be heard on youtube if you're curious.
Cameron Paul sadly passed away in 2018. RBMA has an excellent article looking back on his life & career and Cameron himself told a lot of his story through social media (including at this old blog). Rest in peace Cameron Paul.
Electro & techno in the 120s. Nothing new here I'm afraid, I think the most recent track is from last year, but good tunes nonetheless. (Some classics, some records I play a lot, and so on).
About a month ago I started streaming video games at twitch.tv/andreaen. I split my time there between Quake and other games, currently Arcane Dimensions and Shadowrun Returns. I'm live three or four days a week (never on Wednesday or Thursday). Time of day varies depending on my sleep schedule.
One thing I won't be doing on twitch is streaming DJ sets, at least for the near future. Mixcloud seems like a better place for that anyway.
So if you want to hang out, watch some video games, maybe talk about how heavy records are, twitch is a good place for it.
Some quick electro this week, high 130s. Something comfortable to mix. This hour features one track from Illektrolab's new Temporal Interference EP on Brokntoys, a couple recent downloads from Lasergum Records, and a bunch of old favorites.
More bass for this third week of August. This mix features a couple tracks off old bass CDs by Bass 305, Beat Dominator, and Techmaster P.E.B. as well as a bit of techno around the end by DJ T-1000 and Model 500. Plus, y'know, some good electro, as usual.
Galaxy Toobin' by the Galaxy Toobin' Gang (Eliot Lipp & William T. Burnett). Released on Crème Organization in 2008. Vinyl, 12" 33 RPM, Creme LP-07. Flac, 16bit/44.1khz, 262M. Tracklist and credits from the label artwork. Track durations, file size, bit depth, and bitrate are from my stored recordings of the vinyl. BPM I tap-tempoed (and is probably wrong).