Tag Archive: Techno

Meatskull presents Another Angle Vol 40

Opening with the stunning new track from Four Tet, uncovering a hidden instrumental gem from u2 (!), sharing a rare Blackwell Dub of Bob & The Wailers and checking out some new dubstep… Continue reading

DJ Surgeon presents Food For Thought

Recorded January 2004, Food For Thought changed the parameters of the techno DJ mix. Until now there has only been a 128kbps version available that had been subjected to overzealous ‘mastering’. Here for… Continue reading

Natural Sunset presents Cinematic Surface

Gorgeous mix of cinematic electronica flavoured with post-rock and ethereal moods from Hungarian native Natural Sunset. 01. Bruno Sanfilippo – inTROpassion 02. Marconi Union – Suburb 27 03. P.B.A.S. vs Trafik – Last… Continue reading

Jaysmooth presents Swatvac;)

Jaysmooth keeps it simple over at his blog, describing this set as “1 hour mix of Acid, cosmic disco, glitch hop and drum and bass”. Some real mind melters and head funkin’ tunes… Continue reading

S.T.E.N.T.E.C. presents City Clouds

Gorgeous techno selection featuring Moodyman, Alton Miller, James Kumo and more. Techno with heart and soul. Thanks for this one STENTEC! LINK


Too dope! Check this corker out from Bankie Phones. “A collection of rarefied electronic jak-beat slowed down Underground Resistance, contemporary paranoid pop, and Arpanet appreciation.” – BP Crossover- Black Mess Beta Evers- Prisoner… Continue reading

Out There A Minute presents Roger 23 Live

“We’ve had the honor of having Roger 23, part of the infamous Swayzak Soundsystem, that deep dub-house collective who got their moniker from a bastardization of actor Patrick Swayze’s name, as part of… Continue reading

The Village Orchestra presents The Pink Parcel Mix

Ruaridh Law makes some fantastic techno and electronic music, and as evidenced by this mix, has a great ear for a quality tune. I’ll let the great man introduce himself for the uninitiated.… Continue reading

AcidHouse.net presents UK Acid

Another stonker from Acid House.net, this time focusing on a very dynamic and exciting time in the evolution of dance music, namely UK produced acid house and squelchy techno. Some real obscurities here… Continue reading