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    Default Train to Invisible City On Threads Radio at 1700 UK time today (Thursday)

    Obviously recorded this mix at home yesterday. Bit kinda haphazard because (typically) one of my needles broke just before they ordered all shops closed and we couldn't replace it. So it's recorded on one turntable and sorta mixed with the speeds equalized by working out the bpm and then recording each tune one after another in a different channel. This is the second mix we did that way though and it seems that I'm getting the hang of it... actually really very pleased with this mix in fact, think it flows well from quiet/weird start and angry clanging middle and so on. Would like to know what people think if you get a chance to listen.
    It's on the Threads* link on the top right of this page at 1700 UK time (1800 central european time)

    https://threadsradio.com/

    I'll put the tracklist up later if anyone is interested.

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    Here it is...

    Wilson Tanner - Idle
    Keller Crackers – Αιθουσες Αναμονης
    Colonel Elliot and the Lunatics – Earth
    Min – Black Rose
    Temple Yard Studios – Take 66
    Wosto – Race Days
    Steril - Klinique
    Andromeda Complex – The Servant
    Mu – Let’s Get Sick
    Stanton Warriors – Da Virus
    The Horrorist – The Virus
    Nizter Ebb – Control I’m Here
    DAF – Sex Unte Wasser
    DIE – Shake a Lil Faster
    Benga – Skank
    Tiga and Zyntherius – Sunglasses at Night (TGV mix)
    Alter Ego – Transphormer
    MOON – Hydgrogen
    BSR – Qui
    Spock Jr- Acid Alien (Boccaccio Mix)
    Hieroglyphic Being –
    Elecktroids - Checkmate
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    And now it's online so you can listen to it at your leisure (ie never) - but I was really happy with it, I recommend if you like ebm, acid, leftfield beats etc

    https://www.mixcloud.com/ThreadsRadi...res-26-mar-20/

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    interesting playlist, rich, only heard of about a third of these artists. the horrorist was an interesting character, was never quite sure if he was a fascist-adjacent or if was an act. and benga, there's a name out of the past. wonder how he's doing, remember he was dealing with mental health issues.

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    Good to see Stanton warriors in there, I saw em play in that massive spider thing at boomtown, they were a good laugh.

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    Thanks for looking guys. It is a kind of a randomy list I suppose cos we have to do two shows a month and I just keep digging further and further into my records to find stuff to play. It's not like I want to strictly enforce no repeats whatsoever but I don't want to play things every time and make it samey. And plus I definitely like to vary things and pick out things that I've forgotten I had and put them with things that they probably weren't supposed to be with.
    That includes probably Benga and The Horrorist and Stanton Warriors. Horrorist I just couldn't get that song about creating a virus to destroy the human race out of my head for some reason so it had to go on here to try and exorcise that. I don't know that much about him, thought of him as a kind of pantomime-baddie type character, like in that One Night In NY thing (ripped off by DAVE the Drummer I think for One Night in Hackney) but I had no idea about any fascism thing. Damn it.
    A lot of the more obscure things are stuff that Liza has been buying recently, sort of harsh industrially stuff I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IdleRich View Post
    Obviously recorded this mix at home yesterday. Bit kinda haphazard because (typically) one of my needles broke just before they ordered all shops closed and we couldn't replace it. So it's recorded on one turntable and sorta mixed with the speeds equalized by working out the bpm and then recording each tune one after another in a different channel. This is the second mix we did that way though and it seems that I'm getting the hang of it... actually really very pleased with this mix in fact, think it flows well from quiet/weird start and angry clanging middle and so on. Would like to know what people think if you get a chance to listen.
    It's on the Threads* link on the top right of this page at 1700 UK time (1800 central european time)

    https://threadsradio.com/

    I'll put the tracklist up later if anyone is interested.
    cant find it rich. can you provide a better link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew View Post
    cant find it rich. can you provide a better link?
    Nice one mate- the link you are copying there was when it was live, below in my next comment is the mixcloud one... or I can wetransfer if you like.

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