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Podcast 134 - Donato Dozzy

Above is the coast of San Felice, a place that inspires the music of Donato Dozzy, who provides this week’s guest mix. Donato’s built a reputation for unique, atmospheric techno sets, and it’s worth downloading his epic 4 hour set from last year’s Labyrinth festival in Japan to give you a taster of what he’ll be like when he makes his UK debut for us at Corsica on 12 June. I can’t wait personally.


Commodity Place- Walking Lost into The Fog- (Còclea Music)
D.Dozzy & Nuel- D2- (Aguaplano)
Leo Anibaldi- Fusion 1- (ACV)
D.Dozzy & Nuel- A2- (Aguaplano)
Mike Parker- Substratum (Geocentric Mix) – (Orange Groove)
Kassem Mosse – B2- (Workshop)
Brando Lupi- Liquid Garden- (Detune Records)
Deadbeat- Mecca Drum Jack- (Wagon Repair)
Veer- Fieldstrip- (Source)
New World Aquarium- The Games that We Play- (New Religion)
Daniel Stefanik- Reactivity 8- (Statik Entertainment)
D.Dozzy & Nuel- C1- Aguaplano 1111

Tangerine Dream - Logos II

Bronnt Industries Kapital

AGF – Downtown Snow

Clark - The Magnet Mine

Danton Eeprom – Ostalgie (unknown)

Legowelt – Flight of the Jupiter (Crème Organisation)

Sandwell District 13 – Function/Variance edit

Hecker – Acid in the style of David Tudor (EMego)

Bleep43 podcast 134 with Donato Dozzy

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Reader Comments (5)

fantastic. pump up!

April 29, 2009 | Unregistered Commenterchrisdisco

Ach Donato Donato!!

this is how it has to be*


fucking perfect

May 27, 2009 | Unregistered Commenterwonderli

great set.

what's the name of the track that starts at 89:40, after "the magnet min" and before "danton's bug"?

thanks in advance.

May 30, 2009 | Unregistered Commenteralpha

Absolutely beautiful mix, thanks

June 4, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJames

Italian do it better.

November 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterFabio

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