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Podcast 166 - Toby Frith

This week’s podcast features a mix by me, with a range of new and old from across the spectrum of techno, house and electronic disco. Charlie Bennett of To The Bone introduced me to the opening track, “La Caccia” by Ernesto Senestre, at our recent “Volcano Special” and I’ve been playing it ever since - it’s one of those great house/techno/electro crossovers that’s going to be in my record box (ahem hard drive) for the forseeable future. There’s also time for a great reworking of the Shinobi theme tune by Danny Wolfers amongst others.



Ernesto Senestre - La Caccia (W.T)

Donnacha Costello - Leaving Berlin (Poker Flat)

Hipnosis - Pulstar (ZYX)

Namlook - Subharmonic Atoms (Pepe Bradock remix) (Macro)

Thomas Brinkmann - Easy Goin’ (W.V.B)

Popnoname - untitled (Terranova remix) (Kompakt)

Myon - Blinding Energy (Heliocentric)

Levon Vincent - Polar Bear Make Nice With That Sea Lion (Deconstruct)

Pyschic Stewardess - Shinobi (Strange Life)

Isolee - Alleinunterhalter (Playhouse)

Paul du Lac - House of Spirits (Clone)

Oni Ayhun - OAR003 A (Oni Ayhun)

Itokim - Sunlight (Seventh Sign)

Matt Whitehead - Raw Deal (Rebel Intelligence)

San Proper - Strip (Dekmantel)

Jazzanova - Days to Come (Ian O’Brien remix) (Compost)

Black Dog Productions - Clan (Mongol Hordes) (Warp)

Herb Alpert - Beyond (A & M)



Bleep43 podcast 166 w/ Toby Frith

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Reader Comments (6)

How to fail a press shot photo part 166.

April 29, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterdisco dave

That's the whole point Dave.

April 29, 2010 | Registered CommenterBleep43

like a young hadrian. EmperorLOLZ.

May 3, 2010 | Unregistered Commentercharlie

How about Bradock at Bleep one day? He was ace at East Village a while ago!

May 6, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterStefan

Nice mix as always Toby, won't comment on the photo if only to ask very humbly if FLAC mixes can be put up as an option? No-one else seems to be doing it, maybe you could be first? Lossless is taking off more than ever this year for albums etc...maybe I am being naive about whether dance producers would want their stuff paraded around in lossless, but I can't see how it would affect sales of their work if it is mixed in with other people's tracks? Podcasts are now the only thing I download in mp3 format and i'm getting sick of the quality, admittedly yours are better than RA and some others but that total crispness would be nice...please please.

May 19, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterRigadoon

@ Rigadoon. So you want FLAC of mixes that are usually produced with mp3? That makes sense.

June 25, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterdave mcdee

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