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Podcast 157 - Traxx

For our first podcast of 2010 I’m proud to present one of the finest DJs around - Traxx. For me, he embodies the true spirit of dance music - raw, unbridled energy and the unrelenting ability to play great records that you’ve never heard before. His Nation imprint, and work alongside the likes of James T Cotton keeps the analogue side of house alive, and his Chicago heritage means that the weird, early 80’s proto-industrial and synthpop sits nicely with the more hypnotic elements of acid and what he terms “jak beat”. This is an old recording and there’s no tracklist, but hope you enjoy it.



Ali Renault - Running on Vapours (Moustache)
LDR 05 - Braving the Benthic (Lunar Disko)
Heinrich Dressel - Galba Imprimatur (Strange Life)
Novamen - Kapotte Kachel (Disco Praline)
Marshall Jefferson - Ride the Rhythm (Trax)
DJ Kaos - Kosmischer  Ruckenwind (Clone Loft)
Walter jones - I am Loved (Permanent Vacation)
Analogous Doom - Virus Loaded (Minimalrome)
Johann Johannsson - Dying City (NTOV)
Monolake - Avalanche (Imbalance Computer Music)
Cheap and Deep - Deep in the Feeling (Morgan Geist remix)
Trus’me - Need a Job (Fat City)
Samuli Kempli - Rymd (Time to Express)
Matt Chester - Ghostwritten (11th Hour)
Jeff Mills - Fantasia (React)
Experimental Products - Glowing in the Dark (Gigolo)
Quadrant - Hyperprism (R & S)

Bleep43 podcast 157 w/ Traxx

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    Traxx contributes a mix to our first podcast of 2010. Ali Renault – Running on Vapours (Moustache) LDR 05 – Braving the Benthic (Lunar Disko) Heinrich Dressel – Galba Imprimatur (Strange Life) Novamen – Kapotte K...

Reader Comments (5)

I've temporarily disabled this as the recording has some errors. Will be available later on 12/1

January 12, 2010 | Registered CommenterBleep43

It's now available as normal - apologies to those who couldn't d/load it earlier

January 12, 2010 | Registered CommenterBleep43

Plain magic!

January 14, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterRufus

Really nice Traxx mix. Enjoyed it a lot

January 15, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterRob Clarke

Off-the-scale Ur-dance craziness - why can't I tap into this at a local club?...makes all style separatisms seem redundant...but maybe this is why it was selected for the first 2010 podcast?...all genres returning to the source in continuation of the 2009 confusion?...thanks Toby for this and every podcast I never thanked you for, such as the the Popul Vuh I still enjoy as a fixture on my player :)

January 24, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterRigadoon

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