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[ Written by: | 6 May 2016 | No Comment | ]

That special moment when you hear Rob Thorne played on the Mumdance RinseFM podcast on May 1st!

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[ Written by: | 21 Apr 2016 | No Comment | ]

And now for something completely different, dance music as it was meant to be…

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[ Written by: | 7 Apr 2016 | No Comment | ]

Nice laid-back and groovy set proper live set from Giorgia. Me like
Born in Puglia, also known as the heel of Italy´s boot, Giorgia is a composer and multi-instrumentalist. She is part of the project We love on Bpitch Control Records and she has been resident performer at Tenax Club 1.0 in Florence for 2 years. After a classical music education Giorgia developed in a short time a deep interest in the electronic music and she started experimenting new live techniques. From the very first project Metùo she aimed to create a …

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[ Written by: | 18 Mar 2016 | No Comment | ]

Three mixes worthy of your consideration and play this week – all solid, none life changing… perfect office fare then.
Love fingers – this is my pick of the bunch… for the intro alone, fanbloodytastic!

Markus Homm

Moralez @ Data


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[ Written by: | 9 Mar 2016 | No Comment | ]

Ask any DJ around Auckland city who is the DJ they most admire, and the answer will most likely be Manuel Bundy aka Manny Styles (Manuel Matisi). One of the most respected DJs in the nation, Manuel has been cutting and scratching behind the decks since 1987, when he DJ’d for the first time, at a party in South Auckland…
This week in a moment of me straying a long way from my musical comfort zone we have a two sided mix tape from Manuel which in his words is “a little something …

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[ Written by: | 3 Mar 2016 | One Comment | ]

Maybe its the change of season or too tight shorts but I’ve been craving something a little different in my musical offerings of late, less structure more noise and abstracts. Which is what held my attention with this mix, its different… doesn’t need nor seek beats to ground it and you never know quite what will happen next. Its mint in other words.
Ashkan Kooshanejad, also known as Ash Koosha is an Iranianmulti-instrumentalistcomposer, record producer and film director living in London, United kingdom. He is the singer of the Iranian duo Take It Easy Hospital. He mainly plays synthesiser,bass and …

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[ Written by: | 24 Feb 2016 | 3 Comments | ]

This week’s mix pick by me is probably better suited for colder times, or at least the wee small hours when you find yourself restless and sleepless and just a little frightened. Ideal for my office listening post it is not, yet I can’t stop playing it.
I try not to keep adding mixes and podcasts from those I’ve featured before… but when they’re this bloody awesome how can one not?
German Daniel Ansorge, aka Barnt, is a DJ and producer who, in his own way, sticks to the Bauhaus principle: he makes …

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[ Written by: | 18 Feb 2016 | No Comment | ]

This sort of music stuff never fails to make me smile, laugh and jump with joy.
Free James Brown

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[ Written by: | 12 Feb 2016 | No Comment | ]

February has arrived and we’ve decided to go with something a little different for episode 21 of the Phonica Mix Series. Andrew Weatherall is a legend of the UK music scene and also one of our regulars here at the shop. We’ve always considered him to have a finely tuned ear and he loves to dig for music across all genres and styles. We always wanted him to contribute to the series and this month’s episode is one of the most original submissions we’ve had as it doesn’t contain a …

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[ Written by: | 5 Feb 2016 | No Comment | ]

My pick for my mix of the week is the Kenny Dope one referenced (and linked to) in my song of the week post, its below this one of you can navigate your way there. So there is no real need to put up a link to another mix is there?
So to keep my post rate (and goal) up I’m going to talk about one of the first things I’d grab on a Monday morning at work, where I do most of my music listening. The Radio Hauraki show In It …