Day 25

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Sun on dark wood.

Gear Used:

  • Casio SK-1
  • RV-5
  • BP50
  • SP-202
  • Reaper

Day 24

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A child’s footfall.

Gear Used:

  • Casio SK-1
  • Preen FM
  • Reaper
  • RV-5
  • BP50
  • SP-202

Day 23

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Chrome and fire.

Gear used:

  • Preen FM
  • RV-5
  • SP-202
  • Casio SK1 (awesome)
  • Reaper
  • BP-50

Day 22

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Pinecones mark time.

Gear used:

  • Logic Pro
  • Free Alpha
  • T Convolution reverb

Day 21

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Green where grey once was.

Gear Used:

  • Logic Pro
  • Free Alpha
  • Lexicon reverb

Day 20

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Under rust grows cities of gold.

 

Gear Used:

 

  • Preen Fm
  • MS2000
  • CZ-101
  • 8 Channel mixer
  • Behringer V-Pro
  • Numerology
  • Logic Pro

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 19

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A dropped feather make rings.

Gear Used:

  • CZ-101
  • MS2000
  • Numerology
  • Behringer V-Pro
  • 8 channel mixer
  • Logic Pro

Day 18

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Where green meets grey.

Gear Used:

  • Preen FM
  • CZ-101
  • 8 Channel mixer
  • MS2000
  • Behringer V-Pro
  • RV-5
  • Zoom G2
  • Digitech BP-50
  • Numerology
  • Logic Pro for recording

Day 17

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Wood in waves.

Gear used:

  • Preen FM
  • MS2000
  • 8 Channel mixer
  • Behringer V-Pro
  • RV-5
  • Zoom G2
  • Numerology
  • Logic Pro

Day 16

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Under bright places.

Gear used:

  • Reaper
  • preen FM
  • Behringer V-Pro
  • Paul Stretch

Samples from FreeSound:

Day 15

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Moored to stone.

Gear used:

  • Preen FM
  • Reaper
  • Numerology
  • Paul Stretch

Samples from FreeSound:

Day 14

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The sun hangs above.

Gear used:

  • Preen FM
  • Reaper
  • Numerology

Day 13

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Industrial mass reduction.

Gear used:

Reaper

Preen Fm

Behringer V-Pro

Samples from FreeSound:

 

 

Day 12

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A century of rain.

Gear used

  • Preen FM
  • Reaper
  • Contact mic + sheet metal + rain

Day 11

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The derelict floats adrift.

Day 11

Gear Used:

  • Preen FM
  • Sp-202
  • Zoom G2
  • Behringer V-Pro

Samples from FreeSound:

Day 10

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The choice of 2.

Gear used:

  • Reaper (got it working better now)
  • Preen FM
  • Behringer V-Pro
  • Zoom G2
  • SP-202 + contact mic

Day 9

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A wooden sword in an icy stream.
Gear used:

  • Reaper (crashy piece of shit)
  • Preen fm
  • Behringer V-Pro
  • Zoom G2

Samples from FreeSound:

Day 8

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It’s only temporary.

Gear used:

  • Preen FM
  • Numerology (both sequencing the preen, and generating the woodpecker sounds)
  • Behringer V-Pro
  • Reaper (for recording and some post effect action)

Samples from FreeSound:

Day 7

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Waiting, but still outside.

Gear used:

  • Preen FM
  • Reaper

 

 

Day 6

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A stone passage opens in the garden.

Gear Used:

  • Logic Pro
  • Free Alpha
  • Tyrell n6
  • Lexicon Chamber
  • Poly 850
  • Freesound samples
  • Pan man

Day 5

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A windmill on the horizon.

Gear used:

  • Free Alpha (plugin)
  • Lexicon Reverb (plugin)
  • Sequenced in Logic

Day 4

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Forgotten but still alive.

Gear Used:

  • ms2000
  • Behringer v-pro
  • rv-5
  • preen FM
  • zoom g2
  • sp-202
  • 8 channel mixer
  • numerology

Day 3

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Strange machines.

Gear Used:

  • MS2000
  • SP-202
  • Behringer V-Pro
  • RV-5
  • Zoom G2
  • Preen Fm
  • Numerology
  • 8 Channel Mixer

Day 2

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No one there anymore. 

Gear Used:

  • MS2000
  • 8 channel mixer
  • Boss RV-5
  • Preen FM
  • SP-202
  • Behringer V-Pro

Day 1

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A dark corridor lies ahead.

Gear used:

  • MS2000
  • 8 channel mixer
  • Boss rv-5 reverb
  • Beringer v-pro for reverb
  • sp-202 sampler
  • Preen FM

No sequencing was used to make this track, and it was recorded in one take.

A gift in space / darek z beztižneho prostoru

The late summer moon

Here are a couple of images I made last night. One is a stack of about 400 stills extracted from a video. The second is a stitched composite of about 5 close-up portions of the moon. I manually put these together in photoshop. I’m getting a handle on Keith’s Image stacker finally. It was a bit hazy that night, and clouds blew in later on, so there is a slight fuzziness to the images. Damn Europe.

It seems that the stills have much better contrast than the video.

Composite from several close-up shots.

Stacked with KIS from video stills.

Prague cloud lighting gif

Made this last night. Just to the west of the city.

lighting show!

Free astronomical sketching templates

I’m designing some templates for the nice blokes over at the astronomy forum. If there is any interest I’d really love to have them printed and bound into sketch books. If I do you’ll hear about it here I’m sure.

possible cover for the sketch book.

the a5 observational log sheet

a4 sketch sheet

the a4 sketch sheet

Grab em’!

a5 observational log sheet (pdf)

a4 sketching sheet (pdf)

Post a comment if you make anything nice with them. :)

Fighting Over Soft Things: Core of the Coalman Summer Dates

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A mail I got from my friend Jorge. Posting it here so I can tweet it. :D

please wildly forward widely:

Fighting Over Soft Things: Core of the Coalman Summer Dates

Thursday September 1 Glasgow, Scotland

at La Crosse, with LEA CUMMINGS, and BOOM EDAN WITH HELP

 

Friday September 2 Edinburgh, Scotland 

at Superclub with FEINE TRINKERS BEI PINKELS DAHEIM, and MARVO MEN


Saturday, September 3 Newcastle, England

at MORDEN TOWER with HOBO SONN and JURGEN EBERHARD


Sunday, September 4 Leeds, England

at THE FOX & NEWT with HOBO SONN


Monday, September 5 Manchester, England

at The Ducie Bridge with CABBAGE ROSETTE, SERFS, HOBO SONN

 

Tuesday, September 6 Sweet Ether, England

at Diaphonous Transition, with STARTELED CORNCOB, HENRY THE HORSE, and THIS IS MY HOT SHOES

 

Wednesday September 7 London, England

with THE FAMILY ELAN, HOBO SONN, and PICORE at a secret location, write me for details.

 

Thursday September 8 in beautiful Brighton, England

at the Caroline of Brunswick with Bah’Tsar Jenny Troth, and Embla Quickbeam

 

Friday September 9 Day of Rage

with Weathermen, Students for a Democratic Society

 

Saturday September 10 Flocks of Birds Following Migrations of Fish

 

Sunday September 11 Stockholm, Sweden

at Fylkingen with Johannes Bergmark, Katt Hernandez, Robin McGinley, Iwo Myrin, Sören Runolf, Tippi Tillvind It’s out now on http://fylkingen.se/node/1477

 

Monday September 12 Turku, Finland

Titanik Gallery with Avarus and mystery

 

Tuesday September 13, Tampere, Finland

at Telakka with Avarus and

 

Wednesday September 14, Helsinki, Finland

at Semifinal with Avarus and

 

Friday September 16th Tallinn, Estonia

at kodu baar or ptarmigan


Sunday September 18th Riga, Latvia details TBA

 

Tuesday September 20th Poznan, Poland Miesna Cafe, details TBA

Actually, if you have any suggestions for something to do on the 17th or 19th (or possibly 18th because it looks like this is not certain) please get in touch with me. On the 16th and 17th there is a huge festival in Latvia with a lot of experimental things, but I think I am a bit late in trying to get added to that…also if anyone has any ideas for something in Lithuania or nothern Poland for the 19th, that would be great. I had something in Lithuania on the 19th originally but it was cancelled because there is a very big basketball tournament.

Slightly More Informatio:

Glasgow:

CORE OF THE COALMAN
US/Czech Republic
“An exhumed abomination lurches forward, closing distance with a swiftness that locks your knees. Seizing your gut, a darkened face fills your mind. He’s come in through your ears! The bestial throat, frenetic viola abuse, sickening sines of the Volterra Infrasound Mirror-Image Processor haul you out to land’s end of Reason… the edge and abyss of Nature’s indifference. Jorge Boehringer’s music sends the mind on errands of uncanny, personal dread. Super fun!”
http://soundcloud.com/core-of-the-coalman

LEA CUMMINGS
Revelations from the new silence by the man behind the mask of Minoise. First ever live performance of the more recent approach?
http://www.kovoroxsound.com/

BOOM EDAN WITH HELP
New planet jazz for the catatonic cocktail bar. He has not travelled far. On piano, Mr Alec Cheer.
http://boomedan.tumblr.com/

Edinburgh:

winners don’t shiver…….

FEINE TRINKERS BEI PINKELS DAHEIM
Mind back in 1991, when that rave got cancelled so a bunch of us gate-crashed that science lesson and danced our tits off for two days solid?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nOye_6Fkpc

CORE OF THE COALMAN
Mesmeric solo viola violation and pedal probing from various bits of the US via Prague.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cS4GlfKWNvY&feature=related

MARVO MEN
East and west’s heavyweight drivel dribblers Euan Muscletusk and Ben Helhesten go napper to noggin.

SCRIM
“A loop-based mong ritual … like the soundtrack to a film about depressed goats”
…at Superclub …on Friday 2nd September …
Poster: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=264587313551529&set=a.102863466390582.5937.100000007880303&type=1&theater

Manchester:

Golden Lab Records and Total Vermin present…
CORE OF THE COALMAN
(I think you have heard enough about me today)

HOBO SONN
Brighton resident and former hip-hop producer Ian Murphy sculpts an exquisitely atmospheric drone from his Akai; like a swan carved from concrete, brought to life and swooping around the cathedral. One of the finest ‘noise’ proponents operating in the UK, with a unique take on the drone that it is psychedelic and engagingly nuanced.

SERFS
Serfs is the all too seldomly seen duo of Jon Collin and Tom Settle, the best Manchester band of the last however-many years. The playing seems to fall between John Fahey, Loren Conners, The Dead C and Crazy Horse, while remaining far enough from all points to inhabit a space all of its own, and can contort itself into many shapes; from lugubrious drone through avant-folk and wild psych to Chicago Soul.

CABBAGE ROSETTE
A new duo of Stuart Arnot and Luke Hall, seen previously performing as a trio with Phil Minton in London’s Cafe Oto. Expect mong-mouthed sound poetry, spiced up with dysfunctional tape noise and electronics.

Full-sized flyer: http://www.flickr.com/photos/11849980@N03/6040766423/lightbox/

London:

Family Elan is amazing, just google them…

Hobo Sonn is mysterious, and something like an old piece of hollow resonant wood soldered to the score of Ligeti’s 16 voice Lux Aeterna, in the manner of a cross modulation system.  He has participated in many musical formulations there including Gryn Brvs, the Bolide Awkestra and Splinter Group, and has recordings published by Foxy Digitalis and Chocolate Monk among others, and goes by the name of Ian Murphy when at home in Brighton, England. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHWmUOlV2yQ&feature=related
(which completely changes atmosphere every two minutes, and yet uses the barest economy of means.
also, sometimes its funny)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeucRNYbAQs&feature=related

Brighton:

very nice poster here

http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=264713493542717


Stockholm:

http://www.katthernandez.com/
http://interactive-agents.com/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5QunWyymPG8
http://www.lise-lottenorelius.se/musik/festrokasnutt.mp3
http://www.lise-lottenorelius.se/musik/buss-spel03.mp3
http://www.tippitillvind.net/
http://www.fylkingen.se/


about:

Core of the Coalman(US/CZ), the solo project of sound artist Jorge Boehringer, consists of continuity and discontinuity for viola, voice and circuits on the border between order and chaos. Sonically diverse and at times explosive in texture, Core of the Coalman emphasizes the physicality of sound in its synesthetic relationships between ear, brain, and environment. Performances involve feedback-driven yodel triggers,descending tympanic pressures implying sexual interface, and extended upwardly-mobile Carnasitic arrays, with ornaments, and have been featured on all kinds of concert and children’s lunchtime programs.

Boehringer and his solo project accidentally moved from Oakland, California to Prague, Czech Republic four years ago, and since then he has released several recordings among them: Aggregate and Crackle (Chocolate Monk, UK), Symmetrical Cavepeople (Insect, CZ), You’ll Need A Catapult (KlangundKrach, CZ), Box of the Last Help (Zum, US), Affinity Groups (self-released), Precambrian Figures (Unverified, UK) and numerous tapes and other items. He teaches sound, experimental and interactive media, and art studio at Prague College, where he also moderates the Experimental Arts Reseach Lab (EARL) a clearinghouse for crazy people with soldering irons and noisy ideas.

videos:

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xcem6y_core-of-the-coalman-live-at-k4-prah_music

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cS4GlfKWNvY

stream anything from several new-ish records here:

http://coreofthecoalman.bandcamp.com/track/kills-iv


websites with sounds:

http://www.last.fm/music/JorgeBoehringer
http://soundcloud.com/core-of-the-coalman

Would contact with extraterrestrials benefit or harm humanity? A scenario analysis

A journal paper published on the Cornell University Library page addresses the topic of how extraterrestrial contact might affect the human race.

Abstract
While humanity has not yet observed any extraterrestrial intelligence (ETI), contact with ETI remains possible. Contact could occur through a broad range of scenarios that have varying consequences for humanity. However, many discussions of this question assume that contact will follow a particular scenario that derives from the hopes and fears of the author. In this paper, we analyze a broad range of contact scenarios in terms of whether contact with ETI would benefit or harm humanity. This type of broad analysis can help us prepare for actual contact with ETI even if the details of contact do not fully resemble any specific scenario.

Snag the pdf here.

Selling a Korg EA-1

She’s been a good one. However I’m thinking of upgrading to an MPC-1000, and need to liquidate some funds to do so. :( Oh well. Anyways here are the specs.

Polyphony – 2 voices
Waveforms – Sawtooth, square, tri, external audio-in
Memory – 256 patterns, 16 songs
Filter – 1 VCF resonant low pass with external inputs
Effects – Distortion, Tempo delay, chorus/flanger
Keyboard – None (16 touch pads)
Arpeg/Seq – Pattern: 64 steps, motion sequence, 1 parameter per part, 64 events; Song: 256 patterns per song, Capacity – 65,500 events
Control – MIDI (2 parts)
Date Produced – 1999
Est. Value – $300

Also I made a little vid showing how flexible it actually is. Once you get past “laying down your next big groove” as they say in the marketing material (read useless shit), there are really some interesting possibilities. You can create feedback loops inside the machine, or use it as a pretty gnarly little envelope filter / gater / FM modulator. Feed it a send line from a mixer and enjoy!

Send me a mail if you’d like to buy!

American Dreams of Space

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Today I learned of the Prelinger Library in San Francisco. WOW. Such a cool idea. It’s a library dedicated entirely to materials related to the US Space Program and Space in American pop culture. I nicked the video from time.com

great star charts

Here’s a site I found from teh good folks over at astronomyforum.net. Crazy nice charts, all optimized for printing at a4 size (or US letter if you’re into that).

Hi there Cygnus!

http://www.uv.es/jrtorres/triatlas.html

There are 3 sets: A, B, C. Each with a deeper level of detail and zoom, and showing objects of lesser magnitude. I’ll be using the A set for an upcoming week in Šumava. :)

Good stuff.

Webcam mod for astro photos

I recently started to learn about astrophotogray, and quickly found out that a common way to image the planets and moon is with a webcam. This might seem a bit strange as a webcam seems to be far from a high quality imaging device. The one I have sports only 1.3 mega pixels. The benefit of the web cam however is in it’s ability to record video. Again not so intuitive. After a 4-5 second video is recorded, you can then use a stack analysis program to import the clip and break it into it’s constituent frames. The most popular is registax, but as I’m a macfag I can’t use it. Instead I found Keith’s Astro Imager (for recording the clip) and Keith’s Image Stacker (for the stacking). Both are really quite handy, and extremely nerdy to use. I like them. I like Keith’s approach to software development, which requires you not to be a lazy shit.

Anyways, I dug out my old webcam, from the pre-built-in era, and cracked it open. It’s a Terracam X2 by Terratec. It looked like this originally.

 

terracam

Original digs

 

I was lucky that the camera was pretty well built, using screws to seal the enclosure instead of those crappy plastic tabs that you have to break to open. This is handy for resealing it after the mod. Otherwise you’d have to glue it back together, making any future fixes or changes an unnecessary pain in the ass.

So I opened it up, and this it more or less what it looked like.

inside

Inside the camera enclosure

Pretty nice. The sensor is a CMOS, which is not the best for astro imaging (apparently) as it has worse low-light response, but it’s what I had on hand. The sensor itself is built onto a smaller PCB which attaches to the main board by a simple socket type connector, making it easy to pop it off if needed.

The original designers built in 4 tiny surface mounted blue LEDS as an indication of power on. I tried the camera with them in place, and it made all my images look like they had just ingested enough LSD to kill Aleister Crowley. So I had to remove them. Surface mount components are pretty easy to destroy, so I just took a small awl and carefully scraped them off the board. I also removed the microphone, just for good measure. If I were a bit better with electronics, I would have also removed the amp for the mic, as I’m sure it generates extra heat. Here’s what it looked like after the scrapping and cutting.

after the mod

After removing the LEDs and microphone

Good thing the LEDs were not also functioning as diodes in the circuit or I might have had to add back some normal ones in their places. That would have sucked.

To get the webcam to attach to the telescope, I had to add on an eyepiece-sized tube to the front. I removed the lens that came on the cam, and started looking for something of suitable size. I found the image inverting tube that came with my scope, and decided to cannibalize it. It’s a German brand scope, and I think they have some translation issues in-house.

victim

Is that an eyepiece in your pocket, or... ah jeez.

I unscrewed the lower part of the tube, and hack sawed off the part I didn’t need. BINGO. Using the all-powerful glue gun I stuck the tube on to the existing front component of the cam. Looked great.

top

Pretty! I had to sand the eyepiece to get it to fit into the webcam properly.

The first night I tried it out, I trained the scope on a bright star and got to focusing. The focus mechanism was all the way rolled in before it started to vaguely come into focus. damn. The sensor was not able to get close enough into the scope to get the full focus range. The next morning i took the assembly apart, and sanded off the threads of  the eyepiece. I also carved out a bit of space from the camera’s front, so I could set the eyepiece closer to the sensor. We’ll see if it works tonight. Here’s the whole assembly put back together.

quarter

3/4 view of the camera assembly

So you can see, I got the eyepiece tube as close as possible to the sensor’s PCB. I think it’s actually touching it a bit. Meh. Good enough for government work.

sensor

Money shot

SO. You can see it’s quite easy to modify a normal webcam for use as an astrological imaging system. Once I have some images I’ll post those up. Once issue I can image that might crop up in the future is the build up of heat inside. The little cam surprisingly pumps out a good bit of heat, which will most likely lead to some noise on the sensor. If it becomes I problem, I might have to figure out some sort of cooling system.

EDIT: So this project didn’t end up working out as I had hoped. When I tried to use the cam on an object in the night sky the image would become so noisy that it would obliterate the object I was looking at. After doing some more research I found out that the sensor has to be of the CCD variety. This one is CMOS. Which apparently stands for “Crappy iMages of Outer Space”.

DIY cable release for Nikon D3100

For some reason or another the Nikon D3100 is real shitty as a platform for DIY modifications. Canon’s DSLRs are equipped with some really nice firmware that allows you completely control the camera from a computer. Everything from focusing, to time and aperture values can be set externally. Some models even allow you to stream the image live and save images directly to a laptop. The cable release plug is also a standard 1/8th inch stereo audio jack, making it extremely simple to make your own controller.

Nikon was so nice as to create some completely proprietary plug shape. Fuck you guys. They also password protect the goddamn user manual for no reason at all. Seriously.

So here I present to you a schematic of the plug’s pin configuration courtesy of dpreview.com. Go wild with it.

I’m mirroring the image here in case of any internetz failurez. Not that this ever happens. :D

schematic of dumb nikon plug

Stupid nikon plug

Meaning of wires inside MC-DC2′s cable:

- Black wire (also cable’s sleeve) = “ground” of MC-DC2 wiring
- Green wire = AF
- White wire = Shutter

…when you short circuit black&green wires, camera will autofocus, and when you short circuit black, green & white wires, camera’s shutter operate.

cheers,

Ari

I’ll be trying this out soon. There are also some good looking plans over at Instructables about how to make a intervalometer on lots of different platforms. I’d love to try an Arduino one soon. Once you get an adapter built for the dumbplug, the posibilities are really open.

Have fun!

Scumbag Businessman

So typical.

test

Ghast4 Unu [from upcoming album]



from upcoming album…
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30 Minute acid party

Some tracks from a thread over at WATMM.

A challenge issued by one member for others to make an acid track in 30 minutes or less.


Check it out!

Architect – The Beauty And The Beat (Hecq Remix)




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"where does sound come from?" preview



preview of new full length CD “where does sound come from?” released in March ’10. this title is distributed now only in Japan. so if you want to get copy, please send message.
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Electronic Expressiveness (deep atmospheric dance music)



My true testament to the beauty of electronic music. Don’t get yourself fooled by the first track, it gets deeper soon enough and then doesn’t stop until the very last second.

01. Bitstream – Streamlining (Touchin’ Bass, UK)–(2005)
02. Kit Clayton – Quindio (Vertical Form, UK)–(2000)
03. James Ruskin – The Dash (Tresor, DE)–(2008)
04. Laurent Garnier – Psychedelik Shack (F Communications, FR)–(2002)
05. Psyche aka Carl Craig – From Beyond (Transmat, Detroit)–(1990)
06. VDT – Strangest Musik (Container Records, DE)–(1992)
07. Psyche aka Carl Craig – Andromeda (Transmat, Detroit)–(1990)
08. Amon Tobin – Slowly (Ninja Tune, UK)–(2003)
09. Arpanet – Wireless Internet (Records Maker, FR)–(2002)
10. Theo Parrish – Solitary Flight (Sound Signature, Detroit)–(2002)
11. Ellen Alien – Augenblick (B-Pitch Control, DE)–(2003)
12. Michael Manning – Fly To The Moon (AI Records, UK)–(2006)

To think that I did this set by mainly picking up records, which have been laying around unsorted and unplayed for years, just blows my mind…
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Fengir – Wolf Eats Moon



From the Ragnarock EP (2010) AR004. www.ancientrobot.com

VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBJMpkrh2tY
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MIX AUS 20 10



Scientist: Dance of the vampires
Night Thought: Buck teeth
Cabaret Voltaire: Haiti
Afrikan Simba: Protect I version
DJ Elephant Power: MC Ideas
Recordah: Butternut
Soom T: Doobie version
Eerie Johannes: Eläin
Speed Bike: El gallito
Meat Beat Manifesto: Repulsion
Randy Barracuda: Duck butter
Fumble: Terrain
Tapes: C20 riddim
Mesak: Passion of the geist
Black Chow: Purple smoke
Coco Bryce: Ghetto freaks
V.C.: 30:00
Maffi: Version
Rigas Den Andre: Juicy Juice
Delia Derbyshire: The wizards laboratory
Mikhail Chekalin: ?
Omar Soleyman: Tour al zeenah
Daniel Savio: Imposter remix
Hovatron: Gold star radiation
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Heyoka Marklar promo mix



Promo mix for Marklar

www.myspace.com/andreism
www.heyokamusic.com
www.mutimusic.com
www.addictech.com
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Limonious – House Of Usher




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Oldschool Bangers

Here are a bunch of super classic oldschool tunes!