Dave Clarke - White Noise (Guestmix Joris Voorn)-CABLE-12-06-2008
Karotte - Big City Beats (big FM) (06-12-2008)
Chris Liebing--Live at NRJ (Rome)-10-05-SAT-2008
"I may be established but I'll never be establishment."
-- Dave Clarke
Last edited by Tunnel Rat on Dec-12-2008 at 03:14
viva la clubland
Registered: Jan 2001
As Chris posted in the CZ NYD event thread...
Originally posted by Cribby
Adultnapper's productions are pretty eerie. Usually more of a tech-house sound with progressive elements. I find his sets to be techier and harder with a bit of drum influence.
Sascha Braemer and Philip Bader Mamba Drums
Audion Freds Bells (Onur Ozer Mix)
Adultnapper Duration EP
Marcus Fix El Comienzo
Guillaume and The Cotu Dumonts I Was On My Way to Hell
Jamie Jones and Simon Baker Kaskazi
Reynold Faze Part 2
Lee Jones Soon (Mole Rmx)
Miss Jools La Luna
Dan Drastic Slice of Life (Johnny D Remix)
Adultnapper One Room
Cheapers One Release
Daze Maxim Tube People
Jennifer Cardini Tuesday Paranioa
Daze Maxim Mudhole
Blome and Tigerskin Sender
Jacek Sienkiewicz Beacon
Russ Gabriel Fall Guy
Melchoir Productions Who Can Find Me
Reboot Sidekick (side 2)
Blome and Tigerskin Christina
Vath vs. Roger Cocoon Morphs Tokyo part 3
Frank Roger Take Off
Cassy - #2 April
Rosselot and Francisco Allendes De Vuelta al Planeta Tierra
Gamel Kabar The Filth
Russ Gabriel Fall Guy (Side 2)
Rosselot and Francisco Allendes De Vuelta al Planeta Tierra (Side 2)
Boris Werner No Day Like Monday
A Lesson in Drums
Blome and Tigerskin Heather
ADNY Zero Too Deep
Vera The Peoples House
A Lesson in Drums (side 2)
Jennifer Cardini and Shonky Tuesday Paranioa (Side 2)
Boris Werner Sambosa
Frank Roger Passages
Gamel Kabar The Filth (Side 2)
The other day I tried to watch a Documentary called High Tech Soul about the origins of techno. I went into it knowing "I've heard this story a zillion times before, but whatever - might be an entertaining watch".
However, it just turned into a big massive wank-fest between Derrick May / Juan Atkins and Kevin Saunderson. After about 30 mins into it, I just kept fast forwarding through parts.
They repeat the same points a zillion times, overly biased, and largely ignore what was going on in other parts of the world at the time in regards to electronic music.
Registered: Feb 2008
Location: Citizen, World
It's a documentary about Detroit Techno, from a Detroit perspective - what else would you expect?
May does come across as an egotistical prat and a lot of the shit he spouts is mute-worthy, but otherwise, it's a good slice of Detroit music history for people who aren't so familiar with the genre, and a nice look back for those who are. Think my favourite part is Mills describing playing "Your Time Is Up" to his mom for the first time...