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Postby markus » 16 May 2007 13:11

dee3 wrote:Summer's here:
http://www.delsin.org/audio/DelsinNewSe ... er2007.mp3
Raymon Hollander [Metropolis, Planet Delsin]

'later,
d.

Nice one Dee, this time you beat me to it! Went to a Delsin night on Saturday, featuring Octave One live - very nice!!
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Postby dee3 » 04 Jun 2007 13:38

Update your feeds or (re-)subscribe to the feed - but do read on -
as the fourth installment of the "Compiling a Network"-series is officially out NOW!

And this is what's in store for you this time (- tracklist, please):

Compiling a Network v4.0:

G. Duprey: Urban Nights [Wildub]
Rennie Foster: Yakisoba [Code 316 Records]
Mick Chillage: Revolutions [Unreleased]
Evolutive System: D3 Acid House [Code 316 Records]
Brothers on Acid: Wertarbeit [Unreleased]
DJ Huey: Quazars [Unreleased]
Dirty Boy: The Promise [Unreleased]
The Parallel: Gradual [Unreleased]
Vergel Evans: Metal Stabbs [LX7]
Kube 72: Skool On [(Pending - t.b.c.)]
dee3: Late Nite Drive '07 [F.U.G.M.]
Brothers on Acid: Brain Access Network [Unreleased]
Brothers on Acid: Roma [Unreleased]
Bjørn Svin & Christian Bloch: Morgenfest [Funque Droppings/Memento]
Seb Marx: Nitrous Haze [KSS Records]
Sander B.: Retro (pt. 1) [Lockedgroove]
G. Duprey: Odysee [Unreleased]

LAME as always (errr, as in encoded with LAME 3.98a11), this mp3 (59:59, 192kbps, 82,4MB)
can be yours to keep by getting it one of the following places/ways:

iTunes Music Store

"One-click"-subscription

RSS-feed


If you're one those people that think podcatching/RSS-feeds "suck", then click here...!

NOTE:
The mix itself is licensed under: Creative Commons License (Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0),
The individual tracks' copyright are held by the artists and labels and are here used with their prior and/or written permission.

Eventhough I doubt they frequent this forum, I'd think that the following would be in good order anyway:
Thanks to all of the artists and labels involved for their support...!

Thanks goes to Carl Taylor for the additional support, understanding and being a class-act (more than just in one sense)...!

Also a special “Thank you...!” goes to Dimitri Pike - for putting things into the right perspective, and getting CaN back on the tracks!
Without him, CaN probably would've stopped dead in it's tracks, and this mix would've never seen the light of day...

Feedback welcome and appreciated - T.I.A.!

d.
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Postby markus » 04 Jun 2007 13:52

If you want a soundtrack to get you buzzing before you go out on a Friday night, these mixes are for you party people!!
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Postby dee3 » 04 Jun 2007 15:19

Gee - that was fast, Markus - 'glad you liked it...!
Thanks a lot for the feedback and props!
'later,
d.
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Postby markus » 09 Jun 2007 17:37

Listen to it before you go out tonight!
Give the man some feedback.
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Umek promo Mix

Postby Earresistible » 14 Jun 2007 18:59

Umek Promo Mix - not the latest but still one of my favourites:)

http://www.matthewhoag.com/umek/umek_200601.mp3
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Postby markus » 15 Jun 2007 10:20

Nice!
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Postby dee3 » 28 Jun 2007 09:26

Yeah, pretty nice one that Umek-mix! Really enjoying that one at the moment! :D

Speaking of nice mixes, MySpazz-friend Mezerik has started a podcast called: "Mezcast",
which already contains some pretty good sets!
He'll be adding a new set each month, so subscribe now and otherwise update regularly!
More info: http://www.mezerik.com/mezcast.html

BTW, for those of you who think podcasts and that ilk are a royal pain to use(?),
Mez' also got some straight-forward DL-links on the above mentioned page, too!

Mezerik has also made a real close-to-punishing techno-set, called:"Friday Night Burnout",
which can you can DL from here: http://www.mezerik.com/mixes/mezerik%20 ... -06-07.mp3

All in all, pretty good stuff, if you want that occasional Tresor-moment at home... 8)

And now for some "Compiling a Network"-updates ("Shameless-plug"-mode: ON):
I've previously made an exclusive CaN-mix for Wildteklabel-honcho Dimitri Pike's excellent "Teknology"-show,
which can be heard on French Be-radio, currently once a month every second tuesday.

Mr. Pike has apparently now decided to put this mix up for grabs...!

Meant as a sampler for the "Compiling a Network"-series,
this mix (called: "CaN via Teknology") is only accessible via his:
Teknology podcast-/RSS-feed
- along with his own rocking show-sets, plus some!

Only one thing to say: subscribe NOW!

For the rumor-mill: Dimitri should be in the midst of making a Wildtek promo mix;
knowing his label's tracks and Dimitri's capabilities, this should be interesting!

Secondly, there's been earlier "leaked" a CaN-mix out on the net, called v5.0,
which is almost practically identical to the recently released v4.0-set!
The differences here are that the (then-called) v5.0-mix is slightly shorter,
and includes an unreleased (ACE!) track by Carl Taylor, instead of Dirty Boy's otherwise excellent "The Promise"!

Renamed v4.1, this mix isn't - and won't - be part of the CaN-feed,
but it will publicized and heard in various other contexts out there "on da web".

In connection with Elektrosouls' new, soon-to-be-online website,
it's planned that the v4.1-mix will here get it's official premiere...!
(along with some pretty ACE! sets by: Jacen Solo, Mick Welch and Elektrosouls himself!)
Keep an eye on: http://www.elektrosouls.net - for more details...

All of this should keep you lot occupied for a while...! :wink:

'later people,
d.
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Postby dee3 » 05 Jul 2007 23:12

And here's an update:
Currently all four official "Compiling a Network"-mixes are now available for download in the (virtually) CD quality FLAC-format!

Derived directly from the uncompressed masters, this is probably the closest thing as to getting hold of these mixes as bona-fide CD's!

If any of you would like to have a go at these, then check my MySpazz-blog for further details...!!!


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Postby dee3 » 29 Aug 2007 21:58

This is totally UNOFFICIAL, but I thought that I'd give my favorite forum a head start on things:
"Compiling a Network v5.0" is now up for grabs for you lot - still real quiet-like, mind!

Tracklist:
Veste - Monochord /(Unreleased)
The Parallel - Distant Memory /(Unreleased)
Noise Control - Steel (Corrugated Tunnel Remix) /(Ltd. White-label release)
Mick Chillage - Looking for Light/(Unreleased)
Ben Businovski - Permanence /(Code 316 Recordings)
Laura Palmer - Missed /Thinner
Carl Taylor - Jyagyn/(Unreleased)
Unique 3 - The Theme (dee3's mix) /(Unreleased)
The Reminder - Lite On /(Etiku World Records)
Bjørn Svin & Christian Bloch - Københavner /(Funque Droppings/Memento)
Skyscraeper - Track 1 /(Filtered Visions)
Julian Eustace - Loose /(Electronic Reform/Static Recordings)
Julian Eustace - Underground /(Electronic Reform)
Mick Chillage - Interstate /(Unreleased)
Dimitri Pike - Untitled 1 /(Wildtek Virtual - Promo)
System Exclusive - Introbitch (Extendend) /(Unreleased)

Running-time: 55:48
Encoded with LAME 3.98a11 at 192kbps - CBR
ID3-tags: Yes (v1.X and v2.X)

And "Yes!" - you've read correctly - my Unique 3-remix,
which Markus' mentioned somewhere in this topic is on it, too!
And with Edzy's (of Unique 3-fame) blessing, I might add...!

("What no LAME-puns?" Sorry, it's getting kind of worn, IMO!) :wink:

And how do you get hold of this latest slab of fine neighborhood-noise?
Either:
Go here for the multifunctional feedburner-feed/page (all depending on your browser)

Or update your already existing subscription (podcast/RSS)

Or even better, actually:
Download the EPK (a PDF-file) from here - which contains all of the necessary links, you'll ever need!
Then you won't have to be dickin' around with copying, pasting and sending links left 'n' right to your buddies!
Just attach the PDF-file to an email, and that's all he wrote... Boo-Yah!

Enjoy - feedback always appreciated...! T.I.A.!

Oh BTW and FYI - the mix gets officially announced this coming Sunday evening,
so try and see if all of you can't keep a lid on things until then...! :D

Again, T.I.A.!
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Postby markus » 29 Aug 2007 22:25

Compiling a Network mixes: Hiiiighly recommended as usual - need I say more?
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Postby markus » 12 Sep 2007 11:47

Here's a promo mix for the upcoming Dutch TodaysArtFestival. From

Direct download link. (75 MB)

Tracklisting:
Nôze - Remember love
Mr. Oizo - Last night a dj killed my dog
Ascii Disko - Black summer
Cylob - Griller warfare
Mr. Oizo - Inside the kidney machine
Legowelt - Film star 18
Galaxy 2 Galaxy - Journey of the dragons
Model 500 - I wanna be there
Robert Henke - Layer 001
Robert Henke - Studies for thunder
Vex’d - Destruction
Boxcutter - Grub
Warlock - Silence is defeat
Neil Landstrumm - Lung dub (with Si Begg)
Modeselektor ft. Thom Yorke - The white flash
3 Chairs - System sauce
Kangding Ray - _isoline
William Basinski - Untitled (9)

http://www.eclectro.nl/2007-09-10-todaysart-promomix/
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Postby markus » 14 Sep 2007 15:54

Comment by a friend on Compiling a Network versions 1 & 2: "Top mixes, I feel like being at Dance Valley!" (Major Dutch Dance festival). He hasn't heard 2 - 5 yet :)
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Postby dee3 » 20 Sep 2007 20:10

markus wrote:Comment by a friend on Compiling a Network versions 1 & 2: "Top mixes, I feel like being at Dance Valley!" (Major Dutch Dance festival). He hasn't heard 2 - 5 yet :)


Errrr.... (feelin' really ackward due to that praise...)

Say "Thanks a lot!!!" to your friend, Markus!
Furthermore, you can also now inform your friend that due to I've now finally caved in to
the numerous suggestions/on-going peer-pressure regarding so,
the "Compiling a Network"-series has now gotten it's own bona-fide website!
Go: http://compilinganetwork.freeweb7.com/

And now to something completely different:
Everybody's favorite techno-mut - The Black Dog - have actually got a couple of fine sets out there - go:
http://www.dogsquad.co.uk/tbd/?p=195

... and check them out!

P.S. Sorry no tracklisting(s) available... :(
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Mezcast 5

Postby mezerik » 05 Oct 2007 13:34

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