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I wish I were a better writer. Even something as short as a few paragraphs is a struggle. I suspect it's a lack of focus and a lack of practice. There's probably some bad habits I need to abandon, too.

As fatal1ty once said, "practice practice practice. If you're aren't practicing you should be practicing. So keep practicing.".'s avatar image // / 104750486331684492 source link
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Tracklist for last week's Movement Through Thought, #182 "Foot Program":

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Technobass and at the customary technobass speed (140 BPM). Features a bunch of new-ish tracks by Client_03, Cyan85, Grammar Of Movement, Sepehr, and Turk Turkelton, plus one classic by Autobot-1000 & DJ Di'jital.'s avatar image // / 104725731713889357 source link
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My radio show on will be live in 30 minutes. Movement Through Thought airs every Friday from 06:00 to 07:00 UTC; that's Thursday 11 PM PDT.

Fast 140 BPM stuff, electro and Detroit technobass. I'll be featuring tracks by Audiotech, Autobot-1000 & DJ Dijital, Client_03, The Dexorcist, and Turk Turkelton.

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More fun with VHS tapes.

E.Y.E.S. Of Mars, 1993, english dub, recorded off the Sci-Fi channel. I suspect this movie (OAV?) was made by or funded by a church. It's, ah, not very good, so I haven't been able to find much online about it.

Opening credits title card for the movie E.Y.E.S. Of Mars
A city on Mars as depicted in the movie E.Y.E.S. Of Mars
Birds flying in the forest outside of the E.Y.E.S. school in E.Y.E.S. Of Mars
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Here's a neat video about american techno, album artwork, and vinyl-only releases all told through the lens of Gerard Hanson's and work as Convextion and E.R.P.:

A Legend of Two Genres: Convextion & E.R.P.

Convextion and E.R.P. are some of the most revered names in dub techno and electro. Today we'll talk about the artist's (Gerard Hanson) life and inspirations...

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Tracklist for last week's Movement Through Thought, #181 "Block To Block":

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Fast tough Florida and bass music. Features tracks by Code Rising, Dynamix II, Hydraulix, Larry McCormick, Phonotronix, and a couple remixes by Salim Rafiq.'s avatar image // / 104703253978723065 source link

I made a foolish mistake and cleared my browser history. Now I can't find anything.

Should've taken better notes.

MTT 181 / Block To Block

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Tough loud electro and electro bass up around 135 BPM. Most of it from Florida. I might be working out some aggression here. Features tracks by Dynamix II, Code Rising, Ohverclock, Phonotronix, a few DJ Wreck (AKA Salim Rafiq AKA Gucci Bass) remixes, and more.

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Talking with a friend about a small weekday concert I might have gone to over a decade ago. Something at Rotture, I think [SIK] and Ignatius played. I swear if I start going out to shows regularly again I'll do blog posts or take notes or something, just so I'll remember the events.'s avatar image // / 104690219009780447 source link
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Was just putting together purchase links to go with the blog post about yesterday's MTT radio show and I'm happy to find that both "Terra" by E.V.A.C. and DJ Overdose's "The Beat" EP are up on bandcamp. Those two are important to me, so I'm glad they're more widely available now.'s avatar image // / 104686808242008850 source link this is a reply
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Well that was a cathartic set. Tough uptempo 808 driven electrobass is my favorite rowdy smashing-things music. I've felt like I needed to smash something for months.'s avatar image // / 104686095868624936 source link
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Hey I'll be DJing live on in 30 minutes. My show is called Movement Through Thought and it's live every Friday from 06:00 to 07:00 UTC; that's Thursday 11 PM PDT (my local time).

Going hard tonight. Florida and electro bass up around 135. Aggressive, tough, loud stuff. I'll be featuring tracks by Code Rising, Dynamix II, Exzakt, Phonotronix, and more.

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Tracklist for last week's Movement Through Thought, #180 "Make Steps":

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Electro and Miami bass. That particular late '80s early '90s bass attitude. This show features tracks by Aux 88, Dynamix II (and Dynamix 2), Iceman Ja, Keisha Boom, Maggotron remixed by Soundchasers and Hydraulix, and more. Some of my favorite records.'s avatar image // / 104653581645511140 source link
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Ah dang, I missed the first day of #Quakecon yesterday. It looks like they're doing a tournament with the players at home with two brackets (EU and US). The top three from the two brackets will compete on Sunday.

Yesterday's games can be seen on twitch here:

Quake World Championship - Day 1 - A Stream - quake on Twitch

quake went live on Twitch. Catch up on their Quake Champions VOD now.


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I took advantage of bandcamp day and bought a bunch of stuff. Client_03's Thought Disposal EP, the Habibi Bass EP by Cyan85 and Turk Turkelton, two new-ish miami electrobass EPs by Code Rising and Ohverclock, and most of the EON Records catalog. A whole bunch of bass. Spent way too much money.'s avatar image // / 104646455414228758 source link
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Movement Through Thought on starts in 30 minutes. My show is live every Friday 06:00 to 07:00 UTC; that's Thursday 11 PM PDT (my local time).

Bass month begins. Most of tonight's show will be repeats, tracks I've played before. Mostly old Miami Bass and car audio bass. I'll be featuring tracks by Beat Dominator, Dynamix II, Iceman Ja, and Keisha Boom.

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A fine mix. The last 20 minutes are particularly good, I think. A new Legowelt track, more from Ian o'Brien's great album Desert Scores, Neuroactive. Not as chill as I thought it'd be.