Noisy electro, chunky EBM, new beat, and moody synthpop this week.
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- Automat / Danse3 00:00
- Mas 2008 / Breakout 01:19
- The Wee DJs / 080 04:09
- Kill Memory Crash / SP-Fluid 06:03
- The Octagon Man / Area-18 09:29
- Cyberaktif / The Road Kill 12:01
- A Split Second / Colonial Discharge 14:31
- Nitzer Ebb / Blood Money 17:36
- Clock DVA / Sound Mirror 21:46
- Cabaret Voltaire / 24-24 23:47
- Twilight Ritual / Closed Circuit 26:38
- Unit Black Flight / No Turning Back 30:24
- The Soft Moon / Black 32:40
- Luke Eargoggle & The Hacker / Body 36:01
- Corruption House / Jump (Special Mix) 41:11
- Typis Belgis / Aimless 44:54
- Gamma Intel / Power Plant Tales 47:27
- Exhausted Modern / Absence Of Divine Principle 51:15
- The Cure / The Holy Hour (KöSHRiMP Remake) 55:24
- Trisomie 21 / La Fête Triste 57:19
This hour features four new (well, new-to-me) tracks from the excellent Brokntoys label. #1 Danse3 by Automat, #14 Body by Luke Eargoggle & The Hacker, #17 Power Plant Tales by Gamma Intel, and #18 Absence Of Divine Principle by Exhausted Modern to be specific. I recommend all of those releases, and the Brokntoys catalog in general.
There are some fun oddities in this mix. Octagon Man's Area-18, on the old Electron Industries label, for example. (Purchased at the old Anthem Records, I believe). Also Twilight Ritual's Closed Circuit, played here from the 2005 Rituals CD release. ("Brussels is a very Kafka city").
No real complaints with this mix. There's a tiny bit of clashing vocals between 24-24 and Closed Circuit, but that's it. I've got no idea what I'll do next week - either more EBM and new beat, or a spooky ambient show. We'll see which way the wind blows.
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