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[ Written by: | 21 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]
techno has no soul

Think techno has no soul? Watch this.

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[ Written by: | 24 May 2009 | 2 Comments | ]
DEMF sets

The organisers of DEMF 08 are streaming some of the sets from last years event here: http://www.paxahau.com/sounds/mp3/2008_movement.html
Guillaume & The Coutu Dumonts is particularly worth a look in. As is DBX at DEMF08
You can download most of them from here if you feel the urge:  http://www.djscene.lt/forum/viewtopic.php?t=30503&sid=ede02cfcf727ea873492c809764b2df6

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[ Written by: | 9 Apr 2009 | 2 Comments | ]
Radio just isn’t the same anymore……….

Members of the midnight funk association, please stand………

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[ Written by: | 29 Aug 2008 | 3 Comments | ]
Life tips from a drunk disconinja

Tip: Don’t do hand stands on the beach after drinking
“I haun been put in a taxi home”
Tip: Taxi drivers don’t care about techno and don’t know much about detroit
“I would but I just want some cheese burgers”
“Not even. I still don’t have cheeseburgers”

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[ Written by: | 15 Aug 2008 | 23 Comments | ]
Stink-Finger Debate #01: Detroit, Ewan Pearson and Redshape

Mick: I’m seeing Ewan Pearson this weekend, for free! 🙂
thinking Redshape would be way too banging at Berghain for my taste.
Drake: Man – his shit is the hotness, perfect location for it….
And is less banging than Eqan Person can get! heh
Think Pearson will be too epic for panormaa, it suits more subdued grooves of a berlin nature methinks to be truely hot, tho it’s an ace space for anything.
think berghain room on a kompakt night 😀
Mick: Pearson plays to suit the venue. He’ll mack it.
Websta: your love fer pearson …

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[ Written by: | 28 Jun 2008 | One Comment | ]
An ode to Detroit…..or not

Over the last few weeks, as happens following every DEMF, the inevitable arguments seemed to have flared up again about the roots of techno and the part Detroit plays in the overall scheme of electronic music. To summarize the argument, it basically holds that Detroit should be recognised as the home of techno and without Detroit, there wouldn’t be techno.
If you want to really get into it, there is an interesting 4 part writeup at mnmlssg, with 4 somewhat differing viewpoints on the subject. (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, …