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- =UHU= / Potentiality 00:00
- MANASYt / Secret Time 02:13
- Elecktroids / Future Tone 05:11
- Morphology / Journey's End 07:46
- Dexter / Ech Vet! 11:35
- Dcast Dynamics / Miss You 16:01
- Sol37 / 2.1.4 20:13
- Le Car / Cinematic-Automatic (Heinrich Muller Remix) 21:57
- D.I.E. / Space Travel 25:24
- MANASYt / Positive Deception 28:07
- Automat / Nematod 31:34
- Obergman / Quantum Eraser 35:16
- Rutherford / Ringer 38:05
- Lost Trax / The Saturnian System 41:47
- E.R.P. / Gleaning Creation 47:56
- Plant43 / Wounding Words 51:45
- Drexciya / Birth Of New Life 56:11
Two tracks from MANASYt's album Inferior Subjects appear here, #2 Secret Time and #10 Positive Deception. I'm familiar with MANASYt through his releases for Bunker and Touchin' Bass; his work is usually some combination of cryptic, dark, loud, and rowdy. I chose a couple of the lighter tracks from Inferior Subjects for this mix; check out the rest at the link above.
Four different labels feature twice in this mix. First is Clone with track #5 Ech Vet! by Dexter and #9 Space Travel by Detroit In Effect. Next is Southern Outpost with #6 Miss You by Dcast Dynamics (played at -6%) and #7 2.1.4 by Sol37. #11 Nematod by Automat and #14 The Saturnian System by Lost Trax are from the now dormant SCSI-AV. Lastly Brokntoys also features twice with #12 Quantum Eraser by Obergman and #13 Ringer by Rutherford.
It felt right to let Lost Trax's Saturnian System run long, about six minutes. I love it, and I don't play it often. I picked up a digital copy of the two-track SCSI-AV version back in I think 2008. It looks like Delsin re-released it in 2017 as a four-track EP (the two additional tracks coming from the follow-up Lost Trax 2). I've linked to the re-release above.
That's number 203 done. Pretty good, although there's a point or two where I should've been more patient. (Clashing basslines, etc). I'll be back next week with another mix, something slower, Thursday evening as usual.
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