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Some absolute burners on the new Ulrich Schnauss XLR8R podcast:

http://www.xlr8r.com/podcast/2013/01/ulrich-schnauss

01 Photek "T-Raenon" (Op-ART)

02 David Holmes "Gone (PFM Remix)" (Go! Discs)

03 Mental Power "Unknown Intelligence" (Formation)

04 Saint Etienne "The Sea (PFM Mix)" (Heavenly)

05 Lee & Gwange "2 Deep" (Legend)

06 Motive One "Life" (Certificate 18)

07 Neil Trix & Danny Mills "Pearls" (Bang-In Tunes)

08 MI5 "Experience" (Lucky Spin)

09 Odyssey "Expressions" (720 Degrees)

10 Source Direct "Secret Liaison" (Good Looking)

11 Seba "Planetary Funk Alert" (Looking Good)

12 Ethereal 77 "Somnambulism" (Dubplate)

13 DJ Crystl "Sweet Dreamz" (Dee Jay)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mu7ZG9FGygw

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Some absolute burners on the new Ulrich Schnauss XLR8R podcast:

http://www.xlr8r.com...ulrich-schnauss

01 Photek "T-Raenon" (Op-ART)

02 David Holmes "Gone (PFM Remix)" (Go! Discs)

03 Mental Power "Unknown Intelligence" (Formation)

04 Saint Etienne "The Sea (PFM Mix)" (Heavenly)

05 Lee & Gwange "2 Deep" (Legend)

06 Motive One "Life" (Certificate 18)

07 Neil Trix & Danny Mills "Pearls" (Bang-In Tunes)

08 MI5 "Experience" (Lucky Spin)

09 Odyssey "Expressions" (720 Degrees)

10 Source Direct "Secret Liaison" (Good Looking)

11 Seba "Planetary Funk Alert" (Looking Good)

12 Ethereal 77 "Somnambulism" (Dubplate)

13 DJ Crystl "Sweet Dreamz" (Dee Jay)

Thumbs up for ending on that last tune. Crystl was way ahead of his/her time. No idea who it was, but I had all their releases... big fan.

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Anyone have any links for some mid 90s bouncy techno mixes from Dreamscape/Helter Skelter etc? They're perfect for running due to it's pace, stuff like this:

I literally had my hands in the air last night running to the Scott Brown one when the riff kicked in.

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Anyone have any links for some mid 90s bouncy techno mixes from Dreamscape/Helter Skelter etc? They're perfect for running due to it's pace, stuff like this:

I keep saying it, but HTID. Here, I've put two of my favourite mixes on the net for you:

http://www.filedropp...m/formparty2005

The first 22 or so minutes of this is non-stop synths just rising and rising to ridiculous levels. It's absurd.

http://www.filedropp...ickofset-220504

If anybody else wants more stuff like this I have literally hundreds of mixes like this.

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What ever happened to Source Direct? They seems to drop out of the scene abruptly. Loved their stuff...

Those effects!

Those drums!

That bass!

:D

Yes! Jim and Phil are top boys, always used to chat to them at nights back in the day. No idea what they're doing now.

This is funny:

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That is awesome. I've been getting into that sort of stuff quite a bit lately, mainly new stuff though so I don't really know about the older side. Who does stuff like that track then?

Reinforced Records mid-to-late-nineties is something to check out: Paradox, Nucleus, Seiji, Alpha Omega, Sonar Circle, Arcon 2. Photek before he went shit, earlier Metalheadz also.

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Yes! Jim and Phil are top boys, always used to chat to them at nights back in the day. No idea what they're doing now.

This is funny:

Sorry, they were 18-19 doing thats stuff? Jesus. What are they doing now?

Haha, they're very, um, punk I guess I would call it?

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Reinforced Records mid-to-late-nineties is something to check out: Paradox, Nucleus, Seiji, Alpha Omega, Sonar Circle, Arcon 2. Photek before he went shit, earlier Metalheadz also.

As a bit of an aside... sure, I might be dissing Photek in this post, but I think he created the greatest D'n'B album in Modus Operandi, so I believe I am legitimately bitter here. ;)

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