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Episode LII: Krautrock [Guest Mix by Comrade Aaron]

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This week’s episode of Sonic Landscapes, which explores various examples of experimental German rock, is brought to you by Comrade Aaron Goldstein. He writes:

“A precise definition for Krautrock is hard to pin down. A comprehensive Krautrock mix is hard to make. Neither is attempted here. Provided is a sampler of the insane and inventive sound which emerged out of the void of the fractured landscape of postwar Germany. For the sake of brevity and cohesiveness, this short compilation favors Krautrock’s psychedelic dimension, which is one part of a more complex entity. Apart from the inclusion of tracks by Cluster and Popol Vuh, the electronic/ambient sound they pioneered alongside Kraftwerk, Klaus Schulze, Florian Fricke, and others has been left for another mix and another time. These sounds are the product of a tumultuous, uncertain, exciting, and violent time, but their resonance is unending.”

Inability is often the mother of restriction, and restriction is the great mother of inventive performance.

-Holger Czukay

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Episode LII: Krautrock [Guest Mix by Comrade Aaron]

The Playlist:

1. We Know About the Need – Popol Vuh

2. After Eight – Neu!

3. Schöne Hände – Cluster & Eno

4. Kanaan – Amon Düül II

5. Ich Mache Einen Spiegel – Popol Vuh

6. Oh Yeah – Can

7. Sonnenschein – Harmonia

8. The Assassin’s Beautiful Daughter – Acid Mothers Temple

9. Lila Engel (Lilac Angel) – Neu!

10. Paperhouse – Can

11. Ashes to Ashes – Tangerine Dream

12. Eye-Shaking King – Amon Düül II

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Episode LI: NYC [Guest Mix by Comrade Santi]

This week’s episode of Sonic Landscapes comes from Comrade Santi Slade. His selection of music is the culmination of a conversation we had regarding Hurricane Sandy. Santi says it best:

“Generally, I think the songs have a gritty optimism that is a good representation of the New York spirit. New Yorkers will always rise from the ashes of calamities on all scales; from just barely missing your morning subway to being hit with a huge storm or terrorist attack. This is reflected in the City’s diversity as well. The city understands that all individuals are struggling to make things better for themselves. So it’s hypocritical to hinder an entire group in that struggle by marginalizing them. New York accepts all obstacles as conquerable and all people as valuable.”

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Episode LI: NYC [Guest Mix by Comrade Santi]

The Playlist:

1. Juicy / New York, New York – The Notorious B.I.G. & Frank Sinatra

2. Beginning to See the Light – The Velvet Underground

3. Panic Berlin Fun – Sediment Club

4. Joanna – The Jamboree Sunday

5. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend – The Ramones

6. Kilojoules – Freelance Whales

7. Bass – Anything Orange

8. Someday – The Strokes

9. Empire State of Mind – Jay-Z

10. Bring Da Ruckus – Wu-Tang Clan

11. No Sleep Til Brooklyn – The Beastie Boys

12. Sailing by Night – Department of Eagles

13. Ragged Wood – Fleet Foxes

14. The Fun Lovin’ Criminal – Fun Lovin’ Criminal

15. 60 Revolutions – Gogol Bordello

16. Ritual Union – Little Dragon

17. N.Y. State of Mind – Nas

18. The Incumbent – Soul Coughing

19. Prove It – Television

20. Antarctic Jungle – The BFGs [Santi’s band!]

To hear more from the local NYC bands featured on this show, point your browsers to the following links:

Sediment Club | Jamboree Sunday | The BFGs

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Episode L: 50 Episodes of the People’s Music

Comrades:

Today we release our 50th broadcast.

The People’s struggle for great music looks to the future and gives thanks to all who have spread the good word and good sound to over 35 countries over the past two years.

What do you hear today?

We hear liberation within the static, rhythm along the fault-lines where civilizations clash. Lounge music pulsating from a Tel Aviv café beneath a doomsday spectacle of rocket fire. The cosmic drone of the muezzin, keeping ancient cadence amidst the roar of modernity from Jerusalem to Cairo. Bouzouki twang, broken bottle ricocheting down bleak Athenian streets. In South Africa we hear the chanted demands of platinum miners as they endure police bullets and batons–hornets and bludgeons that rob them of 50 comrades.

Oftentimes, today’s song seems out of tune. Sonic Landscapes advises that we all listen more than we preach, tune each other in rather than block each other out, and celebrate the sounds of patience, compassion, and justice.

Sincerely in the struggle,

S.L.

The subsequent four links take you to distinct sonic topographies represented by the corresponding images. Right click on link to download onto your computer, or simply click to listen streaming.

I. Lounge Ghost

II. Anti-Catatonia, 1990

III. Communique

IV. Finnegan’s Wake

Episode XLIX: Simon Says Dance

Follow the leader. One hour. Ten songs. Begins with smooth-soulful-funky tracks, then transitions into a bouncy-energetic-hard block of techno, industrial, so on until the apocalypse. As requested by St. Simon.

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Sonic Landscapes Ep. XLIX: Simon Says Dance

The Playlist:

1. Herb – Rondenion

2. Shadow and Construction – Kindimmer

3. Left Behind – Behling & Simpson

4. My Love Is Not Blind [Vocal] – Margaret Grace

5. Workout – L-VIS 1990

6. No Go – Ghosts on Tape

7. Motif [Actress #! Remix] – Teengirl Fantasy

8. Wake – Indigo

9. The Bells – Jeff Mills

10. Pop That P – Jon Convex

Episode XLVIII: Obama’s Workout Playlist

On 11.1.12 the Huffington Post published President Barack Obama’s work-out playlist, consisting of thirty songs varying from hip-hop [The president is a close friend of Jay-Z, and recently gave parenting advice to the new father] to rock and roll [Bruce Springsteen is a strong supporter of the Obama administration], to funk, soul, ska, indie, and plenty of americana. While I doubt that the president is sitting around making playlists on iTunes, this is still an interesting look into our commander-in-chief’s musical preferences. For this week’s episode, we chose ten of the finest Obama-jams and created a one hour mix that you can listen to while you sweat, vote, and redistribute to the needy.

“No matter how corrupt, greedy, and heartless our government, our corporations, our media, and our religious and charitable institutions may become, the music will still be wonderful.” – Kurt Vonnegut

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Sonic Landscapes Ep. XLVIII: Obama’s Workout Mix

The Playlist:

1. Different People – No Doubt

2. Green Onions – Booker T and the MG’s

3. I Got You – Wilco

4. Keep Reachin’ Up – Nicole Willis and the Soul Investigators

5. We Take Care of Our Own – Bruce Springsteen

6. The Weight – Aretha Franklin

7. No Nostalgia – Ages and Ages

8. Keep on Pushing – The Impressions

9. Raise Up – Ledisi

10. We Used to Wait – Arcade Fire

Episode XLVII: The Ithaca File Pt. II [Extended Mix]

Found here is the next installment of our extended mix series, The Ithaca File. The Ithaca File will ultimately consist of four 5.5 hour mixes, and will constitute our definitive sonic manifesto of 2012-2013.

The first episode in the Ithaca File series was warm, coherent, and diverse–and can be found here.

The Ithaca File Pt. II is inhabited by electronic sounds, and tends to be more angular and mysterious–music for the city at night. It commences with a selection of revisionist dub and grime from S. London and elsewhere, then moves on to a block of dark, ambient, and industrial house, finally settling into a series of 1980’s Detroit techno tracks, with a few heavenly jams thrown in at the end.

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Ep. XLVII: The Ithaca File Pt. II

The Playlist:

[Vocal Sample]

1. CCTV (feat. Dandelion) – LV

2. Just Us – Shlohmo

3. One Ting (Dabrye Remix) – King Midas Sound

4. Nine Samurai – Kode9 & the Spaceape

5. U Star, Me Shuriken (Original Mix) – Dubagroova

6. Ball of Fire – The Orb feat. Lee “Scratch” Perry

7. Damn It – Horsepower Productions

8. Perpetual Dawn – The Orb

9. Money Honey – Pressure

10. Pro Plus (feat. D.O.K.) – Terror Danjah

11. Dirty Dutch – Funkystepz

12. Kaliko – Zomby

[Vocal Sample]

13. Den of Drumz – Kode9 vs. Badawi

14. Natty – DVA

15. Digidesign – Joker

16. Air & Lack Thereof – James Blake

17. Sultan’s Request – Flying Lotus

18. Camel (Nosaj Thing Remix) – Flying Lotus

19. Blood Witness – Regis

20. Voices No Bodies – T++

21. Deviant – Pangaea

22. Bad Wires – Andy Stott

23. You Know What I Feel – Kyle Hall

24. Mega Drive Generation – Martyn

[Vocal Sample]

25. Field – Mount Kimbie

26. 4 – Aphex Twin

27. House of Blue Leaves – Moby

28. Cactus – Objekt

29. Further – Autechre

30. Tour de France Etape 1 – Kraftwerk

31. Inductance – Fluxion

32. City of Fear – Andre Holland

33. Club Track – FIS

34. Vampire – Deadbeat

[Vocal Sample]

35. Gasoline – Mihalis Safras

36. Almost Made U – Haarschnitt

37. My Melody Hunts Revelry – Neil Landstrumm

38. Bendy Bass – VCMG

39. Elimination – UR

40. Superstylin’ (Fatboy Slim Mix)- Groove Armada

41. Jaguar (Original Mix) – DJ Rolando

42. Combustible – Blake Baxter

43. Whatever Happen To Peace – X-101

[Vocal Sample]

44. Black Moon Rising – Scan 7

45. The Charmer – Vintage Future

46. Future Acid – Alex Cortex

47. Liberation Radio – The Vision

48. Wavejumper – Drexciya

49. Free As You Wanna Be – The Shadow

50. Hammer of Thor – Riton (Roman Flugel Remix)

51. Afrogermanic – Chaos

52. Mind Of A Panther – Suburban Knight

53. Wet Look – Joy Orbison

54. Love Cry – Four Tet

55. Dvarg – Henik Jonsson & Joel Alter

56. Alive Alone – The Chemical Brothers

57. Mississippi Mutants – M.I.A.

58. I’m God – Clams Casino

[Vocal Sample]

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Party Function [feat. Erin_FM + Haarschnitt + GTMMM]

On [10.12.12] Sonic Landscapes hosted its first Party Function. Throughout the night three fantastic DJs [Erin_FM, Haarschnitt, and GTMMM] spun vinyl madness and made us all sweat profusely on the dance-floor. After a brief set of disco spun by our friend Lexi, Erin_FM kicked off the night with a dynamic set of house music. Next, Haarschnitt, whose guest mix / interview with us can be found here, spun his steamy brand of R&B-infused house, leading into GTMMMM [God Told Me to Make Machine Music], who capped off the evening with a high intensity set of detroit-style techno.

All three live sets were recorded on site in their entirety, and can be found below. To download the set to your computer, simply right click on the link and go to “download linked file” or simply listen streaming by clicking on the link.

Erin_FM’s set Erin_FM Live Set [10.12.12]

Haarschnitt’s set Haarschnitt Live Set [10.12.12]

GTMMMM’s set GTMMMM Live Set [10.12.12]

View some pictures from the Party Function below:

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To hear more from these artists, point your browser to the following links:

http://soundcloud.com/earmuffs [Erin_FM]

http://soundcloud.com/liebe-skin [GTMMMM]

http://soundcloud.com/haarschnitt [Haarschnitt]

Episode XLVI: New Wave (Guest Mix by Andy Pike)

Sonic Episode XLVI: New Wave (Guest Mix by Andy Pike)

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This week on Sonic Landscapes, friend and music aficionado Andy Pike provides us with one hour of New Wave music, exhibiting this genre’s quirky interaction between punk rock, pop, electronic, and experimental sounds.

The Playlist:

1. Bizarre Love Triangle – New Order

2. Son of a Bitch – Bollocks Brothers

3. Passion of Lovers – Bauhaus

4. Happy House – Souxsie & The Banshees

5. Love Like Blood – Killing Joke

6. Primary – The Cure

7. The Killing Moon – Echo & The Bunnymen

8. How Soon Is Now – The Smiths

9. I’m In Love With The German Film Star – The Passions

10. Electricity – OMD

11. Flesh – A Split Second

12. Money – Flying Lizards

13. Transmission – Joy Division

“He’s not strange, he just wants to live his life this way”

Episode XLV: Music of Islam

In response to the turmoil across the Middle East–from the persistent violence of the Arab-Israeli conflict, to the pervasive drone strikes, to the recent attack on the American embassy in Libya–Sonic Landscapes presents a one-hour mix of traditional music from across the Muslim world, a token of sonic diplomacy to those who value respectful interaction based on understanding, goodwill, and international brotherhood–those who in the words of President Barack Obama in his speech to the UN General Assembly this morning are “willing to embrace a better future.”

Episode XLV: Music of Islam

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The Playlist:

1. Ezan / Call to Prayer – Hafiz Huseyin Erek (Quran Recitation; Istanbul, Turkey)

2. Barhum Ya Barhum – Selim Seliman Ensemble (Religious; South Sinai Bedouins)

3. Ulad Mambara – Ahmet Bakbou (Gnawa Music; Morocco)

4. Eshbehayn – Abdelilah Azlas & Abdelkarim Doukhou (Al-Andalus traditional; Tetouan, Morocco)

5. Ish Ionak Ini – Mohammed Saleh Abd Al-Saheb Lelo (Arabian Peninsula traditional; Doha, Qatar)

6. Samra Ya Samra – Mamdouh El Gbaly (Classical; Cairo, Egypt)

7. Taba ‘An Liqa – Imam Ibrahim, Yahya Arouma (Traditional; Yemen)

8. Tasnif-E Esfahan – Agha-Ye Sadjadifard, Agha-Ye Sahihi & Agha-Ye Djamshidi (Traditional; Karaj, Iran)

9. Sem-I Ruhana Cismimi Pervane Dusurdum – Galata Mevlevi Music & Sema Ensemble (Mystic music; Turkey)

10. The Sema Ritual: Peshrev (Prelude; Makam Suzidilara) – Sultan Selim III (Mawlawiyah Music of the Whirling Dervishes; Turkey)

Episode XLIV: Divina Commedia Sonica

Sonic Landscapes Ep. XLIV: Divina Commedia Sonica

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This week, Sonic Landscapes appropriates the structure and content of Dante Alighieri’s incredible work of epic poetry, the Divina Commedia, to construct a 3-part, 100 minute mix unlike anything we’ve done before. Here, the DJ plays the part of Virgil, guiding listeners through the various horrors of the multi-tiered Inferno, then into the spiritual stagnation of Purgatorio and, finally, to the celestial harmony of Paradisio.

Each part of the Divina Commedia takes approximately 33 minutes, corresponding to the 33 cantos that form each structural component of the poem. Let’s begin!

The Playlist:

L’Inferno:

1. Mea Culpa – Brian Eno & David Byrne

2. The Raven – Aural Sects

3. Still Born – Scratcha DVA

4. Goto 10 – Amon Tobin

5. Blood Rave – Artist Unknown

6. Sea Quake – Drexciya

Purgatorio

7. J Breas – Moby

8. Vacuum Garden – Squarepusher

9. Studio Suicide, 1980 – Tim Hecker

10. Execution – Andy Scott

11. Weathered Stone – Aphex Twin

12. Vampire Dub – Deadbeat

Paridisio

13. Movement III: Linear Tableau With Intersecting Surprise – Sufjan Stevens

14. One Too Many Mornings – The Chemical Brothers

15. Satellite Anthem Icarus – Boards of Canada

16. Little Fluffy Clouds – The Orb

17. Gó›an Daginn – Sigur Rós

18. Radioland – Kraftwerk

Nel mezzo del cammin di nostra vita…

Episode XLIII: Haarschnitt [Guest Mix + Conversation]

Sonic Landscapes Episode XLIII: Haarschnitt (Guest Mix / Conversation)

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This week Sonic Landscapes is excited to present an hour-long mix by Haarschnitt, the musical moniker of Chris Levesque, a producer, friend, fellow Cornell student, and general aficionado of international electronic music. Of this mix, Haarschnitt writes:

This mix crosses both generations and urban soundscapes. Some artists featured are veterans of Detroit techno who still bring their 909s and 303s to Berlin every summer–others, like myself, are American university students on the East Coast, studying in New York, Boston, and Philly. But there’s also a hint of Paris (which you’ll hear in the French Fries track) and South London UK Funky (via Genius). What it culminates to is a blend of four-on-the-floor and irregular rhythms, juxtaposed by places I’ve visited, clubs I’ve seen, and some of the heavier tracks I’ve heard so far this year. Spending my summer in Berlin (and auxiliary time in Paris, New York, and Chicago) certainly changed the way I thought about music–these places taught me that limiting electronic dance music to the club just can’t happen anymore–now, skateboarders listen to house music and frat boys rock out to Avicii et. al like it’s no big deal. This mix brings some of that new ideology in while cutting the bullshit out–a lot of it is a back-to-basics homage to the 1990s era of techno music, and on the other side you can hear some completely new ideas and sounds coming out of some entirely unexpected places. A new kind of rapport is happening between the new and the old of electronic dance music–and it’s really, really exciting.”

The episode features a brief conversation with the producer presented before the hour-long mix.

Find Haarschnitt online:

Soundcloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/haarschnitt

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/haarschnittmusic

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/haarschnitt

The Playlist:

(Introduction: “Almost Made U” by Haarschnitt)

1. Gas Up – Shed [50Weapons, 2012]

2. Backswipe – Tony Quattro (Lean Low Remix) [Bad Taste Records, 2012]

3. One House – Lokiboi (Tanka Remix) [Self-released, 2012]

4. Captcha – Ghostek [#Unknown, 2012]

5. Charlotte (Canblaster Remix) – French Fries [YounGunZ, 2011]

6. Grenzallee – Haarschnitt (*) [Self-released, 2012]

7. Waiting – Genius [Kronik, 1998]

8. Hindsight – George Fitzgerald [Aus Music, 2012]

9. Below (Boddika Acid Refix) – Skudge [Self-released, 2012]

10. Energizer – Blake Baxter [Tresor, 1996]

11. Big Gulp (Doctor Jeep Remix) – Wheez-ie [Freshmore, 2012]

12. Locked – Zimbra Sound [Yarn Audio, 2012]

13. Show Me – Kowton [Naked Lunch, 2011]

14. Instant – Joey Beltram [Tresor, 1996]

15. Terrell – Medlar (Bicep’s Brooklyn Shuffle) [Wolf Music, 2011]

Episode XLII: The Ithaca File (Extended Mix)

Sonic Landscapes Episode XLII : The Ithaca File (Extended Mix)

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The Ithaca File is an approximately 5.5 hour, 79 song continuous mix of a wide variety of music based around the central pillars which unite the multitudinous musical realms of this radio show: music with dimensional character, music that conjures distinct imagery or texture, shifts the listener’s perception of time, or captivates us to reconsider reality. Some of these songs have appeared prior to this mix on various episodes, and therefore, having entered the pantheon of excellent music, deserve a serious second listen / consideration.

This will be the first of a series of four extended mixes released throughout the year that will eventually constitute our definitive sonic manifesto of 2012-2013. The Ithaca File is warm and coherent, a sampler of many different genres from trip-hop to afro-beat to new-wave. I would suggest downloading the episode onto your computer, as the streaming function is quite slow with this large file.

The Playlist:

1. All in Forms – Bonobo

2. African Pirates (TroubleMan Remix) – Nightmares on Wax

3. Plumskinzz – M.F. Doom

4. Subroc’s Mission – KMD

5. First Down – Fatboy Slim

6. Egyptology – Goldfish

7. Roygbiv – Boards of Canada

8. She Said (Jay Dee Remix) – The Pharcyde

9. Wildfire – SBTRKT

10. Spill the Wine – Eric Burdon

11. Cantaloop (Flip Fantasia) – Us3

12. When the Past Was Present – John Talabot

13. Canto de Osshana – Jurassic 5

14. Save Me – Nina Simone

15. Que Sera – Wax Tailor

16. Ali Baba Riddim Dub – John Holt, King Tubby, & Augustus Pablo

17. Cha Cha – Balkan Beat Box

18. Water No Get No Enemy – Fela Kuti

19. Tropicalia – Beck

20. Never the Same – Supreme Beings of Leisure

21. Empire Ants (feat. Little Dragon) – Gorillaz

22. L’amour d’un garçon – Françoise Hardy

23. Bingo (Diplo’s Mix) – M.I.A.

24. Chromakey Dreamcoat – Boards of Canada

25. Middle East Dub – Legendary Skatalites in Dub

26. So Will Be Now…feat. Pional – John Talabot

27. Massage Situation – Flying Lotus

28. Take a Walk on the Wild Side – Lou Reed

29. Five Man Army – Massive Attack

30. Crosseyed and Painless – Talking Heads

31. Praise You – Fatboy Slim

32. Ponta De Lanca Africana (Umbabarauma) – Jorge Ben

33. Aganju (Latin Project Mix) – Bebel Gilberto

34. Old Marcus Garvey – Burning Spear

35. I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free – Nina Simone

36. Washington Bullets – The Clash

37. Fisherman – The Congos

38. Hymn Of The Big Wheel – Massive Attack

39. Oodles of O’s – De La Soul

40. Got to Give It Up, Pt. I – Marvin Gaye

41. Hollywood Freaks – Beck

42. High Fidelity – Daft Punk

43. Chan Chan – Buena Vista Social Club

44. Gypsy Part of Town – Gogol Bordello

45. Honor Your Father and Mother – Desmond Dekker

46. Boogie Man! – KMD

47. Burning Down the House – Talking Heads

48. E=MC2 – Big Audio Dynamite

49. Senegal Fast-Food – Amadou & Mariam

50. Eyesdown (Floating Points Remix) [feat. Andreya Triana] – Bonobo

51. Portal – Kode9 & The Space Ape

52. Loner – Burial

53. Happy Cycling – Boards of Canada

54. Hot Fun in the Summertime – Sly & The Family Stone

55. Parking Lot Blues – ESG

56. Safe from Harm – Massive Attack

57. Rusty Nails – Moderat

58. The Ghost – Burning Spear

59. Strange Overtones – David Byrne & Brian Eno

60. Do the Astral Plane – Flying Lotus

61. Blind – Hercules and Love Affair

62. A Roller Skating Jam Named “Saturdays” – De La Soul

63. This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody) [Live] – Talking Heads

64. People – Gorillaz

65. Dance to the Music – Sly & the Family Stone

66. Boy Who Cried Wolf – KMD

67. School Spirit – Kanye West

68. Bongo Bong – Manu Chao

69. Mais Que Nada – Sergio Mendes and Brasil ’66

70. La Paix – Amadou & Mariam

71. Brimful of Asha (Fatboy Slim Remix) – Cornershop

72. Get Busy Living (feat. Emily Bruce) – Goldfish

73. Nah Mean – Nas & Damian Marley

74. Rudie Can’t Fail – The Clash

75. Giant – Vampire Weekend

76. Oh! You Pretty Things – David Bowie

77. I’m Gonna Leave You – Nina Simone

78. Back in Baby’s Arms – Patsy Cline

79. Family Affair – Sly & the Family Stone

Behold!

Episode XLI: En Español

Episode XLI: En Español (Click on link to hear the episode)

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1. Tamacun – Rodrigo y Gabriela

2. Llama – Monareta

3. Latin Simone – Gorillaz

4. Vengo de Panama – Los Rakas

5. Mentira – Manu Chao

6. El Pueblo Unido (Uproot Andy Remix) – Thievery Corporation

7. Queremos Paz – Gotan Project

8. 1977 – Ana Tijoux

9. El Estuche – Aterciopelados

10. México – Mexican Institute of Sound

11. Chica Me Tipo – Sublime

12. Ana – Los Saicos

Musica libre!

[XL] Summer Session: Tech – House

[XL] Summer Session: Tech-House

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The Playlist:

1. Set the Tone – Ossie

2. About Midday – Alfie

3. Sweep the Floor – Joris Voorn

4. Matin – Io

5. San Trope (Oxia Remix) – Mihalis Safras

6. Elation – Fluxion

7. Late Variations – Oxia & Eric Borgo

Welcome to the Tech – House

[XXXIX] Summer Session: Otherbeats

[XXXIX] Summer Session: Otherbeats

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The Playlist:

1. African Pirates (TroubleMan Remix) – Nightmares On Wax

2. Looping State of Mind – The Field

3. Perpetual Dawn – The Orb

4. Austin’s Groove [Fatboy Slim Live at Brighton Beach Mix] – Kid Crème

5. Southern Thing [Fatboy Slim Live at Brighton Beach Mix] – Scanty

6. Ashtray Wasp – Burial

ENTER

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