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News: November 2009 Archives

Edmx Podcast 13

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Unlucky for some, Episode 13 features a lot of old Chicago house, mostly of the acid variety, plus some Detroit techno and some electro from wherever.

When I heard the first half hour and it was all Electro I began to think the whole show would be and was very excited about it. When the Electro began to peter out I wasn't crushed as it was replaced with stuff that was still as good Chicagoan and Detroit; my first two discoveries in the realm of Electronic!

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Dead Channel site upgrade

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I'm a wee bit behind the times sometimes - I just noticed that the Dead Channel crew over in Leeds in the UK have upgraded and rejigged their website; apparently they did this a couple of weeks ago.

It's still got all the free LPs to download from Ant Orange, Chris Kubex, Wobble & Dubb, Noisepsalm, Micoland, Gwylo, Naffdogg, and some completely hack geezer named Little Nobody.

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They say "All our releases are now fully streamable, every track from every album, so you can be sure you're spending your hard-earned bandwidth on quality music.

"This has been a more frantic effort than most DC projects, due to work/life commitments (yawn). Please send any bug reports, problems (or glittering praise) to ant[at]smoothandfresh[dot]com."

Bleep Radio 188: BeNi

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A recorded BeNi mix doesn't see the light of day too often. A recording of BeNi playing out live happens even less often. Something must have aligned because what we have here is a live recording Club SO 36 in Berlin.Te set was 3am to 7am, but he's only decided to share this wee 2 hour chunk of it. Enjoy!

BeNi: Myspace | Discogs

Bleep Radio #188
Aired: November 25th, 2009
Mixed by: BeNi (Germany)

00 - 3d!t - Bleep Radio Intro
01 - Modeselektor feat. Otto von Schirach - Hyper Hyper
02 - Cajmere - Horny
03 - Bill youngman - Voices (MasCon RmX)
04 - Richard Devine - Krake
05 - Cristian Vogel - What is This
06 - Steve Glenncross - JD´s Cartel
07 - Robert Armani - Burnout
08 -Marco Remus - Unbelievable Butan
09 - MasCon - Unreleased
10 - Daft Punk - Rollin & Scratchin
11 - Green Velvet - Acid Head
12 - Neil Landstrumm - Minneapolis Bass Treatment
13 - Jay Denham - C1
14 - UR - OBX-A
15 - Modeselektor - Black Block
16 - Green Velvet - Flash
17 - Dave Tarrida & Tobias Schmidt - Jugular
18 - Dj La Monde - Dr. Schmidt (Tube Jerk RmX)
19 - Phil Kieran - Tartan Paint
20 - BeNi - Unreleased
21 - ??? - Unreleased
22 - Trevor Loveys & Shab Fuffcut - Love & Change (Raffertie RmX)
23 - The Rogue Element - Hive (Raffertie RmX)
24 - Smashback - Push me Harder (Ardisson RmX w_Superstar Vocals)
25 - Djedjotronic feat. Spoek - Dirty & Hard
26 - Herbert - No more Borders
27 - Wishmountain - Radio
28 - Deuce - Guttering
29 - PAS - Temporary Suspension
30 - Timeblind - i was no Mind
31 - Surgeon - Shaper of the Unknown
32 - Orphx - Burning Flags (Surgeon RmX)
33 - Ancient Methods - B1
34 - Brian Aneurysm - Brot

Download The November 25th, 2009 Archive

There was no real master plan behind this week's Bleep. Which is really how most week's are I guess. I did grab records from 'opposite ends of the shelves' this week. You'll probably figure out what that means with either a glance at the tracklist or an initial listen. Oddly enough I'm happier with the transition in the middle than the NDK/Magic feet mix which should have been easier (easier in that those two records perhaps shouldn't have met in that way ;)).

Bleep Radio #187
Aired: November 18th, 2009
Mixed by: Trevor Wilkes

00 - 3d!t "Bleep Radio Intro"
01 - The Vision "The Protector" Tresor 11
02 - Drew Sky "Werkitbq!#W" Dance Mania 207
03 - Danilo Vigorito "Pumpin"
04 - Adam Beyer "Untitled" Code Red 08
05 - Second Phase "Mentasm" R&S
06 - GF "LCD Matrix Booster (Neil Landstrumm Remix)" KKTraax 02
07 - Tobias Schmidt "My Rusty Whip" Feinwerk 20
08 - Kid606 "Manyina Dendatta" Bonus Round 03
09 - DJ Deeon "Work This M.F." Dance Mania 184
10 - Drew Sky "Werkitbq!#W" Dance Mania 207
12 - Random Access "Perfect Love" Relief 713
13 - Ambassadors Of Funk "Ambassadors Of Funk" Beat Records
14 - Bongo Rockers "Apache" More Soul Records
15 - Luke's Anger "Work That (Kid606 Remix)" Tigerbass 06
16 - Joel Mull "Untitled" Code Red 05
17 - Q-IC "Got To Let You Know" Reaktion 05
18 - NDK "Any Questions" Kugelbox 04
19 - Mike Dunn "Magic Feet (Edge Of motion Remix)" Djax 149
20 - "The Ultimate Seduction (Principles Mix)"
21 - Freeez "I.O.U." Beggars Banquet

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Tobacco-Stained Mountain Goat

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Well, here's something completely different, mates - I'm going to scale a shaky soapbox here and attempt to blow my own tuneless trumpet, this time though not exactly musically-related.

I mean there's definitely reference to muzak thrown into the mix, but it's not an EP, an LP, a compilation, a tape, or even an interview with someone else vaguely creative in the aural sense.

See, the big news for me (personally in other words) this month is that my novel, Tobacco-Stained Mountain Goat, is finally starting to emerge from its 18-month sub-editing moth-balled purgatory...

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The first 2 chapters are now online as a bit of a freebie teaser HERE.

What's it all about? God, I dunno - my editor Kristopher reckons it's "Sort of... well, indescribable, really -- noir-ish, subtly sci-fi, hard boiled, futuristic. Think Blade Runner with a touch of Sam Spade, a smattering of Orson Welles circa Touch of Evil, or better yet, The Third Man. And a shot of some good bourbon."

I think he captures the intent better than I'd ever hope to, and he definitely puts it way nicer than I'd feel happy to slap about in these parts - so big cheers in his direction.

It's finally going to be published in paperback form in 2010... thank bloody god. The people running with it are this way cool, semi-punk publisher in the U.S. called Another Sky Press and I love 'em to death. They've become mates and almost family over the course of the past 540-odd days of fine-tuning!

Anyway, enough blabbering. If anyone here ever gets time, have a peek, download the free long-winded PDF, and I hope to hell you actually dig the beast. If not, well that's cool too.

Whenever I do an Electro mix I try to keep it fresh. I try to make sure it contains tracks I haven't used in previous Electro mixes. Electro mixes around these parts are also made for a particular person (My wife, Sylvia) as she digs em. Who am I to argue. Enjoy her taste.


Bleep Radio 186
Aired: November 11th, 2009
Mixed by: Trevor Wilkes

00 - 3d!t "Bleep Radio Intro"
01 - Audiotech "I'm Your Audiotech" Express Records 9027
02 - Bass Junkie "Jammin' The Box" Battle Trax 14
03 - Silicon Scally "Thrusters" Satimile 38
04 - Bass Kittens "MFS_Root" [K]rack-troni[k] 05
05 - Matt Whitehead "Conveyor" Cultivated Eletronics 04
06 - Impakt "Spacefeel" Breakin 54
07 - Faceless Mind"Timeless Message" Copilote 04
08 - Cutmaster "Famous Freestyle Cuts" Manifold
09 - Debbie Deb "Lookout Weekend" White
10 - Newcleus "Computer Age" D-Tec
11 - Bassing Guild "Bass Generator (Re-Load)" Battle Trax 13
12 - Silicon Scally "Moment" Satimile 38
13 - The Wee Djs "Perbass" Gassoline 06
14 - Ectomorph "Satori" Interdimenional Transmisions 02
15 - Kurtis Blow "The Breaks" Mercury

Download The November 11th, 2009 Archive

For Bleep 185 I've managed to throw together a mix of new stuff coupled with some of the older stuff I've mentioned on the site of late. I'm not so happy with the transition after the fact, but I don't do do-overs so I'll have to live with it. It's probably just my imagination anyway.


Bleep Radio 185
Aired: November 4th, 2009
Mixed by: Trevor Wilkes

00 - 3d!t "Bleep Radio Intro"
01 - Human Resource "Dominator" R&S 9126
02 - Cari Lekebusch "Must Fall" Kaun Trax 01
03 - Sunil Sharpe "My Lovely Wax Jacket" Bastardo Electrico 01
04 - Ben Sims "Partyhardy/Dub" Hardgroove 12
05 - Barada "Untitled" Strive 08
06 - Pump Panel "To The Sky (Fred & Lenk Remix)" Missile09
07 - Warlock "Black Bag Of Doom" Coin Operated 10
08 - Dr. Nowhere Versus The maverick Dj "Backside Grind" Scandinavia 09
09 - Sugar Experiment Station "Rotten" Combat 22
10 - Neil Landstrumm "Can't See Me" Planet Mu 246
11 - Marcin Czubala "Driving You Mad" Currently Processing 02
12 - Tobias Schmidt "The Glue Experiment" Sativae 14
13 - Puresthatred "Robbery" Mantrap 04
14 - Paul Birken "Mute Drill" Platzhirsh LTD05
15 - Throb "Watch Out For The Frog" Primate 08
16 - Pete Hilger Quintet "Champ" More Soul Records

Download The November 4th, 2009 Archive

October was such a smoothly running month I nearly forgot to mention it. Now that I've mentioned it...I really don't have much to say. On to today's Bleep Radio Show then I guess!


Files with more than 1000 Downloads:
Bleep Radio 49: Trevor Wilkes
Peter Mangalore: Nobody Likes A Moaner
Bleep Radio 41: Trevor Wilkes
Dj Serox: Old House and Acid
Bleep Radio 179: Vadz
Bleep Radio 180: Sebastian Rivas
Bleep Radio 182: Dj Nez
Edmx Podcast 10
Bleep Radio 184: ###

Referrers of more than 1000:
http://202.108.23.172
http://www.netvibes.com
http://www.livesets.com
http://music.soso.com
http://box.zhangmen.baidu.com
ttp://www.dilandau.com
http://dmxkrew.blogspot.com
http://www.detroitinstitute.org

Top 5 Search Terms:
"bleep radio",
"fun in the murky",
"nchris sheppard pirate radio sessions",
"melt banana",
"6th borough project"

Other search terms that let me know which posts were perhaps the most resourceful for people: "jimmy edgar funktion", "techno from the east", "cristian vogel crust cloud chunks remixes", "koda melbourne", "doshy wobble".

The Raw Numbers:
Successful requests: 494,944
Average successful requests per day: 15,960
Successful requests for pages: 352,470
Average successful requests for pages per day: 11,365
Distinct files requested: 36,751
Distinct hosts served: 18,830
Data transferred: 593.90 gigabytes
Average data transferred per day: 19.15 gigabytes


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During the month of October there were visitors from over 895 cities across the world. Here's the top 25 city breakdown.








City - Visits | Average Pageviews
London - 298 | 2.45
Berlin - 241 | 3.90
St Petersburg - 138 | 5.08
Neubrandenburg - 111 | 1.25
Dublin - 111 | 2.81
Tokyo - 110 | 2.45
Frankfurt am Main - 101 | 2.62
Manchester - 81 | 2.54
Hamilton - 80 | 5.22
Szczecin - 76 | 4.86
Islington - 57 | 3.02
Norwich - 47 | 1.94
Halle - 45 | 2.22
Minneapolis - 44 | 1.59
Edinburgh - 42 | 2.40
Adelaide - 37 | 1.49
Poznan - 37 | 3.05
Trier - 34 | 11.74
Birmingham - 34 | 3.94
Bielefeld - 33 | 1.91
Kassel - 32 | 1.25
Trzebinia - 31 | 3.58
New York - 30 | 1.43
Zwickau - 30 | 1.30
Eschborn - 27 | 1.67

Ad Revenue
(Money earned via the Google Ads and Banner space)
Google Ads: 29 Clicks / $2.91

Murky Ad Totals for October: $2.91
murky funds are for Murky's server and bandwidth (594 gigabytes this month!)


Trevor Wilkes
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