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MTT 165 / Carrying Capacity

Posted 2020-04-25. Permalink. Tagged anonradio, audio download, breaks, dj mix, electro, house, mixcloud, movement through thought, music, radio, techno.

MTT165 Spectrogram

Breaks, electro, techno; continuing the theme of the last few weeks. The middle of this is maybe too subdued, but I'm happy with the hour overall.

Due to technical difficulties this show did not air on aNONradio as planned. It was recorded a day later and has been uploaded to this website (djcev.com), mixcloud, rb387.net (my friend's server), and MEGA.nz. The spectrogram above now links to the mp3 file on djcev.com.

This post was updated on 2020/10/12.

  1. ADJ & Pathic / Scenario 00:01
  2. Dj HasH / Rumbo A Eddion 03:43
  3. MAS 2008 / World's Passing By 06:13
  4. Popkomm / Input 10:20
  5. =UHU= / Magic Computer 13:21
  6. Lowfish / Ripped 17:08
  7. Mitch Murder / Coup de Théâtre 20:51
  8. DMX Krew / PH-830 24:56
  9. Echo 106 / Dark Strings 27:44
  10. Camomile Dawn / Louise 31:55
  11. Mikron / Re-Entry 35:13
  12. Marco Bernardi / Super Deep Voices 39:17
  13. Peshka / Averuna 42:37
  14. Enertia-sound / Electrostatic 48:16
  15. Carl Finlow / Out Of Time 53:20
  16. Namlook / Music For Urban Meditation Part III 58:00

Two tracks from the NV020 compilation on Neo Violence feature in this mix: #10 Louise by Camomile Dawn and #13 Averuna by Peshka. I've been playing both NV020 and NV017 a lot lately, and recommend both (and Neo Violence in general).

But I came here this week to play Carl Finlow's classic Out Of Time. I think I first heard Out Of Time in a mix DJ Xed put out on the old electroalliance.net forums. It's on the Electrilogy+ CD, a compilation of the three Electrilogy 12"s that were released on Device in 2001 and 2002. (Plus a few extra tracks, as the name suggests). Mr. Finlow has Electrilogy+ available on his bandcamp with an extended mix of Out Of Time, and it's worth every penny. I've been waiting to play it here; this felt like the right moment.

Last thing I'll say, I generally dislike Synthwave but I love Mitch Murder's work, particularly the album After Hours. It has multiple cool electro pieces on it; that's where track #7 Coup de Théâtre comes from. If you're like me and Synthwave isn't your thing, give After Hours a shot.

And that's it. I'll be back next week (hopefully live on the radio again) with something slower to close out the month.