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Warsaw Torture Boyz Podcast #1 by Trevor Wilkes

I made a thing for some guys. We have similar taste in music and get along well!

https://soundcloud.com/wtbpodcast


Bleep Radio #287 by Shocka

Bleep Radio 287 was recorded before being broadcast via:
www.mixlr.com/isoprax/

Streams are announced via the Bleep Radio Facebook page and/or Twitter.
www.facebook.com/FitMBleepRadio
www.twitter.com/FunintheMurky

Mixed by: Shocka Fb | Soundcloud
Recorded: Friday May 30th, 2014

Track-list:
1 – Christopher Just – Disco Dancer ( Original Remaster )
2 – Paul Birken – Repeat Offender
3 – Tsr & Paul Birken – Mustachen
4 – P.god – Winter Solstice
5 – Scott Robinson – You’re The Victim
6 – P.god – Module
7 – Joe Farr – Pocket Face
8 – Hound Scales – Throated
9 – Sp-X – Jack Cracker
10 – Hound Scales – Throated ( Bleaching Agent Remix )
11 – Sp-X – Transmission
12 – DJ Funk – Knock Knock
13 – Paul Birken – Acid Youth Of Malibu ( Blawan Remix )
14 – Spokesman – Acid Creak
15 – Paul Birken – Acid Youth Of Malibu ( Bas Mooy Remix )
16 – Steve Poindexter – Born To Freak
17 – Herla – An Eating House
18 – Sunil Sharpe – Ground Skull Dust
19 – The Noisemaker – Processing
20 – Papers – Paps004 B2
21 – Mark Broom – Acid Dik
22 – Verthex Scratch – Low
23 – Neil Landstrumm – Valis
24 – Orphx – Outcast
25 – Dave Tarrida – 3 Go 3
26 – Dave Tarrida – Dark Matter
27 – Robert Armani – Poison Mind
28 – Dj Funk – Pump It

Enjoy the mix, share it. Join us live for the next one. Every Friday at 11am EST at mixlr.com/isoprax

Download:
Bleep Radio 287 by Shocka

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Trevor Wilkes on BazzRadio #30

I was asked to participate in BazzRadio #30. It had been quite some time since my last Bazz mix for the folks so naturally I had to hit record for them. This was not planned out, it was simply a stroll through what I’ve currently got in my bag, although since this was recorded a very healthy order has arrived with additional heavy hitters just like what’s below. I may be recording something else soon.

Hit up the Bazz folks, they do events frequently. With Bleep I have the one set, but these guys have multiple people playing for many hours. They make a Friday night of it. No fooling around!

http://www.bazzmacho.de
http://www.mixcloud.com/FridaySessions/
http://www.facebook.com/groups/bazzmacho/

01 – Cristian Vogel “A ghost online” Mille Plateaux LP 27 [Specific Momentific 1996]
02 – Milanese “Caramel Cognac” Planet Mu 165 [Extend 2006]
03 – TR//ER “UC” Brothers 01 [UC/Multiple visions 2012]
04 – Tessela “Nancy’s Pantry” R&S 1313 [Nancy’s Pantry 2013]
05 – AnD “Changed my view” Ann Aimee [Ard Core Krew 2013]
06 – JoeFarr “Clock” Turbo 146 [Clock 2013]
07 – Clouds “Those cracks in your face, Do they hurt?” Turbo138 [Tannhauser Acid Works Vol. 1 2012]
08 – JoeFarr “Big Jeff” Turbo 146 [Clock 2013]
09 – Johan Platt & Boner M “Untitled” Antsinplot 01 [Untitled 2012]
10 – Marquis Hawkes “Sealion Woman” DABJ 02 [Cabrini Green 2012]
11 – JoeFarr “What goes around” Turbo 146 [Clock 2013]
12 – Serge & Tyrell “Pump-O-Matic” Jack for Daze 15 [Pump-o-matic 2012]
13 – Fokus Group 01 [Nut Nut 2012]
14 – Jerome Hill “Work That Shit” Don’t 23 [Swerving the Community 2013]
15 – Johan Platt & Boner M “Untitled” Antsinplot 01 [Untitled 2012]
16 – Dj Shufflemaster “Elektronique Dweller (Cari Lekebusch Remix)” Subvoice 14 [Remixes 1998]
17 – Matt Whitehead “A is for Acid (MPIA3 Definition)” Perc Trax ltd 01 [A is for Acid 2013]
18 – Fokus Group 01 [Nut Nut 2012]
19 – Neil Landstrumm “Tension Unreleased” Don’t 24 [The Trial 2013]
20 – Cari Lekebusch “Acknowledgements” Hybrid 1208 [Acknowledgements 1998]
21 – TSR “Snoball I Fittan” Fun in the Murky 01 [Too stupid to quit! (fortunately) 2014]
22 – Neil landstrumm “Influence Technology” Scandinavia NYC 03 [Ultimathule 1996]
23 – Oliver Rosemann “Master Mason” Monomental 01 [Maya 2007]
24 – Stabber “Huh (Randomer Remix)” Halo cyan 12 [HUH! 2013]
25 – Randomer “Need You” Randomer 01 [Untitled 2013]
26 – Mark Archer “Tuned for tha D” De:Tuned 02 [Multi Dimensional World 2013]
27 – Renaissance Man “Hot Mobilel” Turbo 141 [Call2call 2013]

Download this set

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Bleep Radio 277 by Axel Sohns

Live-streamed via Mixlr

Bleep Radio info and discussion: https://www.facebook.com/FitMBleepRadio
Bleep Radio/Trevor Wilkes streaming archives: https://soundcloud.com/trevor-wilkes
Live stream announcements: https://twitter.com/FunintheMurky
Central repository of all things I do: http://www.fun-in-the-murky.com

Axel Sohns on Soundcloud

Track-list:
Not provided

Download:
Bleep Radio 277 by Axel Sohns

Soundcloud:
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Bleep Radio 276 by Singin in the Brain

Live-streamed via Mixlr

Bleep Radio info and discussion: https://www.facebook.com/FitMBleepRadio
Bleep Radio/Trevor Wilkes streaming archives: https://soundcloud.com/trevor-wilkes
Live stream announcements: https://twitter.com/FunintheMurky
Central repository of all things I do: http://www.fun-in-the-murky.com

Singin in the Brain on Soundcloud

Track-list:
Dj slip – Ill and noise
User – 006A
GAAG – The ticket
DJ Rush – Kick it
Joey Beltram – Time
Hendrik B – Februari
Drumcode 17 – …its a whie label so i dont even know what side its on
Gaetek – Internit
Chris Sattinger – Joy etc.
Joey Beltram – Setups/Oval a1
Murat – Missing
Robert hood – Special heat
Surgeon – Klonk b2
Stephen Cinch – Patchcord
DJ Skull – 6 million ways 2 die
Blackman – Struggle
Mark Verbos – Basic concept
Dr Ballham – You seriously need to listen to what i have to say
KGB – Enjoy
Reducer – I crawled to her
Stak Etop – Horoskorpioni
Fred Gianelli – Salacious
Staffan Linzatti – Enlightment

Exerpt from the audio book Brave new world by Aldous Huxley

Jean Pierre Decert & gerard Zadj – Fourth level
James asher – Printing
brh 021 flash music – Scratch city
brh 021 flash music – Scratch robotics
Roger Limb – Rally man
Wolfgang Kafer – Heatseeker
Heinz Electric Funk Combo – Percumatic
Ultra Vision – source of energy
Marc Monsen – Synthetic water
Kim Holst – Heat of the night
Jean Pierre Decert & gerard Zadj – Static again
Joel Van Droogen Broeck – Drum program
Atmosphere music library, Industry, Tension – TWA Brigs
Phil Famous – Plastic Padding
BRH21, Flash music – Process y
Dave Lawson – Billboard 1
Axel simone – Telex connection
James Asher – Printing
Dave Hewson – Sound chemistry 1
Rey Russell & Arren Bennett – Soft focus
Klauss Weiss – Inform
James Asher – Commerce
Axel Simone – Support system
Phil Famous – Credit card
Klauss Weiss – Up to date
Francis Monkman – Speed
Geoff Bastow – Electro montage 1
Axel Simone – Tour de force
Klauss weiss – Easy drive
Axel simone – superimpose
Nigel Bates – Bubbling under
Flash Music – Fire it up
Frank mcDonald & Terry Devine-King – Second ordeal
Barry Upton – Source of energy
Dave LaWson – Screen International
Marc Monsen – Steel industry
Kaleidoscope(brh18) – Dance Machine
Klaus Weiss – Contrast
Garnegy & Maties – Skying parachute
Download:
Bleep Radio 276 by Singin in the Brain

Soundcloud:
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Bleep Radio 273 by Trevor Wilkes

Live-streamed via Mixlr

Bleep Radio info and discussion: https://www.facebook.com/FitMBleepRadio
Bleep Radio/Trevor Wilkes streaming archives: https://soundcloud.com/trevor-wilkes
Live stream announcements: https://twitter.com/FunintheMurky
Central repository of all things I do: http://www.fun-in-the-murky.com

Track-list:
Paul Birken – Big Wheel Turf Wars Ep – Tonewrecker 03
TSR – Smockan Flyger Pa Stinky EP – Kitty Corner 04
Scott Robinson “Tube Strike” Ugly Funk 02
Paul Birken – Ebagged EP – Iron Oxide 02
Scott Robinson “Explain” Slidebar 08
Tomas Nordstrom “Take My Leave” Don’t 07
TSR – A Taste Like Chicken EP – Horspielmusik 24
Paul Birken – Limitiert #5 EP – Platzhirsh ltd05
TSR – Onion Tied To My Belt EP – Don’t 09
Paul Birken – Junk Profanity EP – Tonewrecker 12
Paul Birken – Thumbs In Ears EP – Kitty Corner 05
TSR – Arnolds Wet Dreams EP – Input-Output 04
Paul Birken -In The Pocket EP – Tonewrecker 13
TSR – Transsexual Swiss Rebels EP – Horspielmusik 44
Paul Birken – Expelled Voltage EP – Don’t 16
TSR – Monkeysuit Party Ep – Invisible Fish 06
Paul Birken – Storm Serge EP – Audio Textures 08
Tomas Nordstrom – Knights Of The jager Ep – Don’t 05
Paul Birken – Wire Stutters EP – Tonewrecker 01
Tommy T & Bobbylicious – Cursor EP – Shed 04
Land of the Lost – Untitled EP – Hors Series 07
Paul Birken “Flexin It” Catalyst 9805
TSR “Press play on Tape” Don’t 08
Paul Birken and the Dirty party Snakes – Broken Screens and Blind machines Ep – Birken ltd 01

Download:
Bleep Radio 273 by Trevor Wilkes

Soundcloud:
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Bleep Radio 272 by Trevor Wilkes

Recorded by Trevor Wilkes live on October 4th, 2013
Live-streamed via Mixlr

Bleep Radio info and discussion: https://www.facebook.com/FitMBleepRadio
Bleep Radio/Trevor Wilkes streaming archives: https://soundcloud.com/trevor-wilkes
Live stream announcements: https://twitter.com/FunintheMurky
Central repository of all things I do: http://www.fun-in-the-murky.com

Track-list:
01 – Tx Connect “Tx Acid” Dixon Avenue Basement Jams 1207
02 – Fokus Group – PYRL 04
03 – Randomer “Scruff Box” Hemlock 15
04 – Neil Landstrumm / Patrick Walker “Miami Hydra” Brothers 03
05 – Dave Tarrida “Razesaurus” Autofake 01
06 – Blacknecks 02
07 – Dave Tarrida “3 go 3 (Funk d’void Remix)” Autofake 01
08 – CD “Them back (Bintus Remix)” London Housing Trust 02
09 – Stabber “Huh! (Randomer remix)” Halocyan
10 – Fokus Group – PYRL 04
11 – I’ll tell you later when I know I can ;)
12 – Fokus Group – PYRL 04
13 – Randomer “Get yourself together” Hemlock 15
14 – Jerome Hill “Work that shit” Don’t 23
15 – Chemical Brothers “Chemical beats (Dave Clarke 1996 Remix)” ?
16 – Staber “Chromoly (Girl Unit remix)” Halocyan
17 – Krikor “Peeping Tom” Katapult 09
18 – Direkt Jive “Fuckrave” Detroit Underground 02
19 – Society Suckers “Kakke Ekko” Null 3.3

Download:
Bleep Radio 272 by Trevor Wilkes

Soundcloud:
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Hello All!

This little piece of real estate, all lonely, here at the top of the page is devoted to the Mixlr app you see. Whenever I’m streaming live audio it’ll tell you here (or you can simply follow my profile on Mixlr itself and they’ll notify you if I go live too).

You can listen through the app here on this page, but I would recommend actually listening via the Mixlr site. The chat is more fun and I’ll always let you know what it is I’m playing if you ask.

Live:

https://www.facebook.com/FitMBleepRadio


Bleep Radio 267 by Trevor Wilkes

Bleep Radio #267 was recorded during a live stream by Trevor Wilkes.

Bleep Radio info and discussion: https://www.facebook.com/FitMBleepRadio
Bleep Radio/Trevor Wilkes streaming archives: https://soundcloud.com/trevor-wilkes
Live stream announcements: https://twitter.com/FunintheMurky

Central repository of all things I do: http://www.fun-in-the-murky.com

01 – Donk Boys “Deadlast” Frankie Recs 35 [Djaxulator EP]
02 – Alexia Delano & Xpansul “Cosmic Antipathy” Plus 8 92 [Intelligence reframed EP]
03 – Minimal Man “Make a move Pt. 1″ Trelik 14 [Untitled EP]
04 – Alex Kork “8Nothing” Stereo+ 07 [Out of Memory EP]
05 – Keek “Petting Zoo…” Parallel Recordings 07 [Synaptic Poontastic EP]
06 – Felix Bernhardt “Wander Zirkus” Snork Enterprises 28 [Wander Zirkus EP]
07 – Artifact “The way it do” Somethink Sounds 10 [The way it do EP]
08 – Furry Phreaks Feat. Terra Diva “Want me like water (Herbert’s tension dub)” Peacefrog 21:01 [Secondhand Sounds LP]
09 – Brommage Dub “Untitled” Svek 13 [Untitled EP]
10 – Cross Nine Troll “Wanna say” Bouq 19 [Family and Friends Part 6 EP]
11 – Abe Duque “What Happened?” Abe Duque 07 [What Happened EP]
12 – Kink “Same old thing” Odori 32 [Eviljack Vs. Kink EP]
13 – Fym “Limbo Splitting Body” Boogizm 10 [Horseradish Mikado EP]
14 – Mirco Violi “Other Way” Aurour Records 01 [Back to back EP]
15 – Kate Simko “Kabuki Drop” Left Room 32 [Kabuki Drop EP]

Download:
Bleep Radio 267 by Trevor Wilkes

Soundcloud:
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Bleep Radio 266 by Hanno Hinkelbein

Bleep Radio e266 was recorded at Rotzen IV @ e-lectribe by Hanno Hinkelbein. The stream was aired via www.mixlr.com/isoprax (audio and chat). It was good.

You can check Hanno’s info and releases the usual space

Bleep Radio audio broadcasts and chat: http://mixlr.com/isoprax/chat
Bleep Radio video: http://www.youtube.com/user/isoprax

To find out how to participate in and/or with Bleep Radio and the people that have beat you to the punch I recommend Twitter and the Bleep Radio Facebook Page.

https://twitter.com/FunintheMurky,
http://www.facebook.com/FitMBleepRadio

Download:
Bleep Radio 266 by Hanno Hinkelbein direct download

Soundcloud:
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Bleep Radio 259 by Norman Müller

Bleep Radio e259 was recorded live on March 10th by Norman Müller. The live-stream was aired via www.mixlr.com (audio and chat). It was good.

Norman on Discogs
Norman on Soundcloud

Bleep Radio audio broadcasts and chat: http://mixlr.com/isoprax/chat
Bleep Radio video: http://www.youtube.com/user/isoprax

To find out how to participate in and/or with Bleep Radio and the people that have beat you to the punch I recommend Twitter and the Bleep Radio Facebook Page.

https://twitter.com/FunintheMurky,
http://www.facebook.com/FitMBleepRadio

Bleep Radio 259 Track-list:

No Tracklist provided / The majority of the tracks in this mix are either Norman’s or from him playing at club e-lectribe.

Download:
Bleep Radio 259 by Norman direct download

Soundcloud stream:


Bleep Radio #255 by Voltarenn

Bleep Radio e255 was recorded live on December 16th, 2012 by Voltarenn. The live-stream was aired via www.mixlr.com (audio and chat). It was good.

Bleep Radio audio broadcasts and chat: http://mixlr.com/isoprax/chat
Bleep Radio video: http://www.youtube.com/user/isoprax

To find out how to participate in and/or with Bleep Radio and the people that have beat you to the punch I recommend Twitter and the Bleep Radio Facebook Page.

https://twitter.com/FunintheMurky,
http://www.facebook.com/FitMBleepRadio

Bleep Radio 255 Track-list:
1. S-Max – Somalia Subsonic (5:45)
2. SI Futures – Eurostar (FX mix) (5:55)
3. Galet – Galet – Bestman (5:15)
4. Ibrahim Alfa – Nova Express (4:24)
5. Ottosiderspunk – Toy Gangsta (6:36)
6. The 2 Mikes – Seafront Hi-Nrg (3:37)
7. Edit – Dog’s Dinner (regurgitated mix) (3:01)
8. Neil Landstrumm – 6 At Le Mans (4:05)
9. Chip Tronic – Plastic Adept (6:50)
10. Mark Hawkins – Gossip Monger (5:50)
11. James T. Cotton – I Seek (4:43)
12. Smashback – Forward Slash (Smashback Origiginal Mix) (4:45)
13. RV – Kill Me (5:23)
14. Bill Youngman – Cells Regenerate (Hanno Hinkelbein rmx) (6:45)
15. Boy From 79312 – Penetrant (5:13)
16. Scott Robinson – And Then The Sun Rose… (6:00)
17. Digital Damage – Road To Nowhere (6:26)
18. Perforated Cerebral Party – Perforated Cerebral Party – Funy D’Bils (5:10)
19. Kirk – Karton + (4:23)
19. warlock-under the cosh
20. aaron spectre – music is the weapon

Download:
Bleep Radio 255 by Voltarenn direct download

Soundcloud stream:
http://soundcloud.com/trevor-wilkes/bleep-radio-e255-voltarenn

Youtube archive:
No video archive for this Bleep


Bleep Radio on Mixlr’s blog

The blog for the site which I use to stream the audio for the Bleep Radio shows has written a little something. They’ve included a run-down of the stuff I use for the audio streams and a photo. It makes me think that maybe something even more in-depth –done by myself– may be in something worth doing in the future.

Featured Mixlr set-up: Bleep Radio

Thanks [crew @] Mixlr!


Bleep live stream: Nov. 2, 2012

If you are interested in catching the next Bleep Radio live stream then I suggest you hit up the Bleep Radio Fb Page and/or the event listing.


Bleep’s new Fb home

So listen…
I have been making a conscious effort lately to do a bit more than usual with Bleep Radio. I’ve been live-streaming the dual audio/video more often and even creating Facebook event listings for them so they are known of in advance. In general I’ve just been more attentive than my –recent– past practice.

It’s because…
One aspect, if not the largest, of any endeavour such as Bleep Radio is the Social Networking side of things. Social Networking these days involves what some call “life-streams”, a term I tend to enjoy myself. These days people have the ability to connect accounts and use a site like Facebook as an aggregator of multiple streams of interest. For instance, on my own Facebook account, I have several other accounts linked: Soundcloud, Mixcloud, Twitter, Youtube to name the main ones, and likely a half dozen others than are less frequently used (ranging from Amazon to Playstation Network). The information from these form a stream of information that is displayed to me whenever I visit my Facebook account. Facebook is now my life-stream. Aside from that last sentence making me cringe a bit, it is essentially true and I may as well run with it. Cringing be damned.

Now for Bleep Radio to enter other people’s life-streams it needs to have a home on Facebook. Up until this point in time that home was the Bleep Radio Facebook Group. At one point in time Groups on Facebook were pretty damn hip. Or at least useful. Facebook has however decided to focus their efforts on Pages. Features and abilities that I once had with the Bleep Radio Group I now no longer enjoy. Those features and abilities have been migrated to Pages. Pages are the new black. I really did not want to create a Page and disband the Group, but to keep abreast of things and provide for you all the best I can, I needed to. And yes I am making the assumption that there are people out there who not only invite Bleep Radio into their life-stream, but want it there.

But then there is this…
Now there is a point I feel I should mention. Pages work via “Likes”. I hate Likes when it comes to anything more than finding a status amusing or a comment snarky and stabby (which is just another definition of amusing in my world). I would enjoy Pages that were not my own more if they ran on more of a subscription/notification model. Forget the fact that is essentially what you are doing when Liking them. My –what is likely mental– road-block is probably formed by people and companies asking for those Likes. Partly for status, partly for the broader exposure it gives them. Boiled down I guess it’s a semantic disagreement I have with Facebook (and Youtube for that matter).

So, that said, I have sent out a “notification” on Facebook to all people who have added me based on music tastes and/or their status as a current Bleep Radio Group member. That notification is to “Like” Bleep Radio’s new Page. It is the only time anyone will ever see one of these requests in their notifications or inboxes from me. It was something I was forced to do because of a lack of Group to Page conversion functionality on Facebook’s behalf. By all means if you do not wish to Like Bleep Radio’s new page then don’t. I will not be offended. I quite often ignore friend’s requests for Likes on their pages (sorry guys and gals) so I completely understand. I actually now know what a “pang of pain” is because I’m certain I felt it as I hit submit.

Looking up…
However, if you do choose to Like the page and allow Bleep Radio to enter your life-stream I am very glad! Not because I got an extra Like, but because someone else has entered my own world. I enjoy people as much as I enjoy music. I especially enjoy talking with people who share my interests. Don’t we all? If you do Like Bleep Radio’s Page I ask you to not just Like it and forget it. I’d rather you not Like it in the first place if that is what you’re going to do. I ask that you interact with myself, the shows, and the other members (sorry… Likers?). You may learn a little, laugh a little, and most importantly connect with a global bunch of people who truly enjoy the same thing you do. There may or may not be chair dancing involved too, which benefits those who can see you doing it.

Bleep Radio in it’s most basic form is the music I enjoy, as played by myself, or by people who I believe align with my tastes. When I ask someone to put together a guest mix I quite often am asked what they should play. I have never told them to play anything other than what they feel is good music. Has that ever bit me in the ass? Not that I can recall. I want you all to be apart of this.

Wrap it up…
I’ve been involved in Bleep for almost a decade now and I’ve met a great group of people, people from all walks of life who share an interest with me, and I with them. Sometimes that interest in music is all we share and the contact is limited to that one topic. Sometimes you meet someone with whom a long-lasting friendship is formed. From one interaction to many, let’s do it. Which ever form it takes I appreciate it fully.

I want Bleep Radio to be successful. Success to me isn’t a number of Likes, downloads, or high fives. Success to me is bumping into someone five years down the road and having them say that Bleep Radio opened up their ears or minds to something that they then went on to really make a part of their life. My definition of success as you can see isn’t something that I can appreciate in an instant. It’s something that gradually trickles in in spurts, if at all. But those moments of awesome that may be few and far between out-weigh any instant gratification that I could receive by re-defining success.

Let’s talk, listen, learn, laugh, and share. Speak up on Bleep Radio’s Page. Share music you truly believe to be good, suggest guests for mixes, suggest ideas and themes for future shows. Crack a joke or poke fun. Ask me questions, ask others questions, answer questions posed. It’s the interactions that increase the odds of something good happening. Those interactions will help Bleep Radio be a hub and not just a node. I believe that’s a good thing.

http://www.facebook.com/FitMBleepRadio

The current group will slowly, but surely be weaned away from over the next two to three weeks. The link above to the new Bleep Radio Page is where it’s at.

Trevor Wilkes


Next a/v Bleep: Friday Oct 12 @ 11AM EST

The next audio/video live stream for Bleep Radio will be on Friday October 12th. Like last time it will be at 11:00 AM EST (EST is -5 GMT / 11AM = 4pm UK time).

More information can be found in the event listing.


FitM Record Order

Sent from my usual shop. Another bundle of goodies. House, Techno, and this’n’that.

50 Weapons “50 Weapons Of Choice #20-29″ 50WEAPONLP09
Bambounou “Cobe Ep” 50WEAPONS021
Edmx “Cerberus” POWVAC002
Itsu Uno “Revenge Of The Hipster” FATHOP005
Objekt “Objekt #2″ OBJEKT002
Seiji “Seiji 5″ SEIJI005
Alex Kork “Brokkoli Hills” 9VOLT29
Beatamines & David Jach “Bubble Gum Ep” DEICH001LTD
Joachim Pastor “Troc+tro” BOXER091
Lerosa “No Mad Rush” APT02
Sascha Müller “Acidfloor” PSYCHOCANDIES001
Slapfunk Collective “Off 24″ OFF024-6
Various Artists “Suicide Circus Records 001
The Hacker “Shockwave”
Boner M & J. Platt “Antsinplot001″ ANTSINPLOT001
Mark Hawkins “Pervaya Programma” HERALDICSPB01
Vokuhila Records “Pack 1 3×12″ VOKUPACK1


If nothing else, then this;

2012-08-06 13.03.23

It’s been a short while since I wrote anything here. I haven’t been hiding, I’ve been reveling in other climes.

I’ve previously mentioned how I find new sites like mixlr to be fantastic. It gives me less of an audience compared to where I used to broadcast –livesets.com. But what it does is make things more fun. With livesets I had a certain day and time to be ready for, which for me worked out great. I’m a pretty scheduled sort of person. But it became mechanical without me even realizing it. When something is heavily routined it is very difficult to keep it fresh. I love that the livesets guys approached me all those years ago (I think I was their first regular live stream!) to do the show, but I’m also glad I’m in a different place now.

With mixlr I can of course pop on whenever I want. I can also speak with the people listening as well, which is a very good way to keep things fun. The more the merrier, and I hope more and more people begin to use mixlr.

Mixlr/isoprax

Another site I’ve been using more and more is Soundcloud. I know it’s not news to any of you, but my account is fresh. I think it’s the music site that Myspace wanted to be at one time, but failed because it looked and felt like it was designed by children. The only thing I find lacking in Soundcloud is a tag ability. Maybe facebook has spoiled me, but I like being able to tag people in notes and photos that mention them. In this case I want to be able to tag artists in a mix. It’s good for them isn’t it? Regardless of a feature I think is missing, it is a great site. I’ve been uploading older tribute mixes the last few days and enjoying the fact that new people get to hear them.

Soundcloud

Also, I’m sitting here watching Barbarella, Queen of the Galaxy. You should be too.


Bleep Radio 245 by Trevor Wilkes

This mix was live-streamed on July 23, 2012 sometime between breakfast and lunch. I initially thought it was just going to be a quick jam session to explore a few mixes I had in mind, but turned out to be pretty fun. Fun needs to be kept around so I’m “Bleeping” this bad boy.

Archetype “Marz Attackz” Chair Recordings 14 [TELE:PORT EP 2001]
Qwerty “Concrete Acid (303 Mix)” Rotten Row 04 [Concrete Acid EP 2006]
Dj Rush “The Breaks” Omnisounds [97/99 Montherfuckin'Tracks 2000]
Mike Dearborn “Birds on E” Djax-Up-Beats 283 [Birds on E Remixes EP 2006]
Smooky “LFO’s Active” Mercurochrome 02 [Moitié-Moitié EP 2001]
Michael Forshaw “The Joint” Horror Boogie 02 [How do we kill it? EP 2012
Reche & Recall "Agressiv" Nerven Records 38 [Agressiv EP 2008]
Dj Lenk “Untitled” Drumecode 26 [142 EP 2003]
Umek “Trust No One” Consumer Recreation 09 [Trust No One EP 2004]
Luke’s Anger “Throwing Switches” Kitty Corner LTD 01 [Strucurally Unsound EP 2012]
Sugar Experiment Station “Influence Technology” Scandinavia 03 [Ultimathule EP 1996]
Noise Machine “Class A Part 1″ Strukture 08 [Noise Machine EP 2009]
Kid Unknown “Nightmare” Warp 20 [Nightmare/Mayhem EP 1992]
Monopascal “Fat Damon” Slidebar 01 [Loading Highscore EP 2009]
Maskin Ljud ‎”Metro X01″ Färden 01 [Den Första Färden EP 2010]
Neil Landstrumm “Takks” Scandinavia [Index Man EP (Scan Re-release) 2001]

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It’s the sorting that’s killing me

2012-06-30 10.38.11

Yeah, no problem, just throw those records back anywhere they fit right?

HAHAHAHA

At this point, I’ve sorted at a high level roughly 3500-4000 records of my collection. I say high level, because my method is two part.

First and foremost the shelves are typically “genres”. My definition of genres is a bit liquid at times so the shelves contents can change depending on my mood. That’s the high level sort I mentioned. The broader, sort of wishy-washy, general mish-mash of order. The genre guideline followed isn’t one I really would actually say is very accurate or even encourage others to use, but because of the particular records I have it seems to work well. It goes as follows: House, Techno, Minimal/Tech-house, Electro, Techno.

And yes, Techno is there twice. I’ll explain.

House. Fairly straight forward. Within my broad House shelf you will find sub units of order. A very broad stretch of Acid for starters, also a Chicagoan swathe, followed by a wide assortment of House tracks I like that span the ages and probably what others break into as House sub-genres. I’m aware that Acid and Chicago are considered by some to be the same. Or at least not treated separate. They’ll just have to deal with me.

Techno. The first Techno, not the second in the list. The first Techno consists of all of the good techno I’ve picked up over the years that is not apart of the second Techno. It’s a very wide catchall that is better left to be figured out by telling you what my second Techno category shelf consists of.

Techno. The second one. See below, it would be out of order if I told you here.

Minimal/Tech-house. Here you’ll find a lot of stuff that could very rightfully fit into the House category depending on my mood as it’s covering a wide range of territory and a lot of it is subject to interpretation by mood. I actually have a metric shit ton of this stuff. We’re talking older stuff like Hawtin’s Concept series to Perlon before it went shit, DBX, Todd Sines, Donk Boys and lots of other stuff that goes bump in the night.

Electro. I think most of you have heard my definition of Electro. Detroit inspired mostly. It’s also my wife’s favourite so when I’m looking for some wifely attention it pays to pull from this shelf. I stick more than just Electro in here though. It could more realistically be called the Beats and Breaks shelf probably. I’m going to stick with Electro though. Beats, breaks, Hip-Hop….all lesser to Electro. Deal with it.

Techno. The second Techno shelf is what’s known as the good one. And it’s also far more than just a shelf (well they all are). It’s multiple shelves, stacks against the wall, record crates and piles on my couch (when my daughter doesn’t complain about not having room to sit anyway). Techno 2 (with a vengeance!) is my Bass and Bleeps. My Wonky. My skew-whiff assortment of freakin’ nipple tweakers. Landstrumm, Vogel, TSR, Jerome Hill, Luke’s Anger, Aeox and Hanno, Paul Birken, Mark Hawkins, and so very much more. It’s all my Techno that tries to do more than “regular” Techno, although in my mind it is the regular Techno.

So like I said, that was the high level ordering. The next step is actually easier to explain. I group things within shelves by either artist or label. I don’t worry about alphabetizing. Although maybe one day, if I get bored and feel the need to subject myself to more of this damned sorting.

As I sort through my records right now, I grab a handful from each box and go through individually placing each one on the right shelf. I’ve got a small pile to the side with records that I can’t place the sound of to the side to listen to later. That pile is only 4 records big right now. Isn’t it amazing how much someone can remember about so much? Of course truly enjoying the material helps a lot.


9 more boxes brought home

I just got home from my mother-in-laws with 9 more boxes of records. I’d say there will be several live streams this week as I sort them out.


Event news

I few weeks ago I mentioned a monthly night (1st night would have been June 16th) in Toronto I was involved with. It was getting great feedback and it looked like it was going to be a lot of fun, but there has been a cancellation none-the-less.

Sorry to all that wanted to jam with us. I’ll keep you posted about future shows.


It’s all coming together

2012-05-26 22.07.51

It’s coming together…


She’s got it sorted

2012-05-26 15.30.24

My daughter Madeleine sits with me through about 75% of each live stream I do, dances up a storm when she can and is interested in records. She’s off to a good start!