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MTT 134 / Three Spins

Posted 2019-09-20. Permalink. Tagged anonradio, breaks, electro, idm, movement through thought, music, radio.

MTT134 Spectrogram

A few tracks from Pyramid Transmissions, more new Brokntoys, and some odd break-y pieces.

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  1. Rings Around Saturn / Non Place 00:00
  2. Lone Shark / Aviation 02:04
  3. Reedale Rise / Gone Again 07:09
  4. DJ Life / The Room 10:20
  5. AFX / Backdoor.Berbew.Q 13:38
  6. Marco Bernardi / Voltsin 16:41
  7. Loyal Hardware / Dust 20:28
  8. Point Guard / The Xhase 24:54
  9. Coldcut / Timber 28:48
  10. Pavel / Karr 32:08
  11. Supreems / Broken (And Out Of Sync) 35:09
  12. Kemko / 1st Contact (Drew Progress Remix) 39:35
  13. Exhausted Modern / At The Edge Of Unknown Worlds 43:43
  14. Vetrix / NextPhaser-Leader1 47:42
  15. Ares Voo / Stelios 51:08
  16. Narcose & Orchid / Descrescent 54:26
  17. Psi Spy / Loco 58:43

This is an hour of cleaning up loose ends, of exhibiting a few old ideas before they are forgotten. There are a lot of highlights here, tracks I've been waiting to play.

DJ Life's The Room is something I discovered recently on one of Neo Violence's big compilations, I couldn't wait to play that one. Karr by Pavel, here as track 10, is from that same compilation.

Loyal Hardware's Dust kicks off the breakbeat-y middle of this mix. That's a great release, good enough I played a track off it last week too. The other big piece in the middle I haven't talked about yet is Pure Space's PS001.1. It's present here as track 8, The Xhase by Point Guard. I've played one other track from it, Microstructure by Reptant, a few months ago. It's a very good compilation EP, one I'm sure I'll return to on this show at least once more.

Another track I'll mention is #16 Descrescent by Narcose & Orchid. It's a progressive breaks (trance breaks?) tune I found in a used bin; it's good, maybe a little sappy, and reminds me of some of the spacey electro music of the last five or ten years. That might be a link worth pursuing, progressive/trance breaks and 2010s space electro.

I'll be back next week with something slower, something to relax with after playing the arcade.