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MTT No. 081 / Just Living

Posted 2018-09-14. Permalink. Tagged anonradio, dj mix, house, movement through thought, music, radio, techno.

MTT081 Spectrogram

House and techno this week. Some old Detroit tunes plus a few odd bits and pieces.

This show (like most of MTT Year 2) is no longer available for download here. Get in touch with me at the email address listed at the top of this page if you want a copy of it.

This post was updated on 2020/10/05.

  1. So Takahashi / Pattern #26 [CRPK 005.6 B26] 00:04
  2. System 7 vs. Derrick May / Big Sky City 01:13
  3. Silent Phase / Meditive Fusion 05:53
  4. 3MB ft. Eddie "Flashin'" Fowlkes / Illuminism (Sun Electric Edit) 11:32
  5. Jeff Mills / Simple Degrading Devices Of Reflectivity 14:52
  6. The Black Dog / Train By The Autobahn (Robert Hood's DJ Remix) 18:10
  7. Aril Brikha / Headhunter 22:32
  8. A Guy Called Gerald / Just Soul 26:58
  9. The Lithium Project / Fundo Passo 30:47
  10. John Beltran / Deluge 34:41
  11. John Shima / SagDEG 38:22
  12. Los Hermanos / Olmec My Bro 40:19
  13. Underground Resistance / Transition 43:30
  14. Los Hermanos / The Very Existence 48:30
  15. The Martian / Sex In Zero Gravity (Mixed By Eddie "Flashin'" Fowlkes) 52:10
  16. Derrick May / Dreams Of Dreamers 58:16

Lots of Detroit techno in this set. Eddie "Flashin'" Fowlkes, Los Hermanos, Robert Hood (here with a remix), Mad Mike (as Underground Resistance, also The Martian), Derrick May, Jeff Mills, and Stacey Pullen (as Silent Phase). Also Aril Brikha, whose excellent Deeparture In Time was first released on the famous Detroit label Transmat.

It's worth mentioning the news around John Beltran's Ten Days Of Blue, since it's why the track Deluge appears in this mix. See this article at Resident Advisor for the details. I picked up the album while it was available from Beltran's bandcamp page; it's since been taken down. It's an amazing album, worth seeking out for anyone interested in the more ambient side of techno. I hope Beltran and Peacefrog can work out their differences.

All of these tracks are good, but I think the arrangement (and mixing) could use some work. A couple of proper jams at the end had me up and moving; those Los Hermanos tracks in particular.