Monday, August 29, 2011

monday moods

happy weekend-end, here now are some collections of tunes i've been enjoying, including excellent sets from a few anatomy affiliates...

artmospheric sessions #13 - alan backdrop @ artmospheric festival 2011 lucky #13 in a very nice mix series for the artmospheric festival, here's a recording of alan backdrop in action at the 5th annual edition of the bulgarian festival earlier this summer. sounds like alessio treated the festival to a very nice 2.5+hour set that builds through ambient and downtempo into deliciously deep house and techno. as usual, alessio's amazing selection is on display for our aural pleasure - and this recording is available in mp3@320 or flac (cd-quality) - so do it to it.

smoke machine podcast 023 - obtane a recent addition to the excellent smoke machine series, and it's another excellent set from obtane. sometimes, he crafts sets that are *perfect* techno journeys, and this is one of them. hypnotic, forward-thinking, suspenseful stuff. nicely done, obtane!

szare (live) @ headrush here's something unique for you: a szare live recording. if you've heard their tracks, you'll have a great idea of what's up: a funky sort of sparse techno with heavy doses of dark moods. but watch out for the surprise in the middle...

clr podcast 128 - dadub (direct download) the anatomy alumni make a live set for chris liebing's podcast. marcel dettmann was at the controls of the CLR 'cast the prior week, but (and pardon the bias) i like this one even more, maybe because dadub's set nails a specific mood for one whole hour: rolling techno steeped in dub'd-out, emotional atmospheres, with that chunky stroboscopic sound signature. with sigha and donor/truss in recent weeks, it seems like the CLR podcast is on a roll right now.

slash dot dash podcast 006 - kenneth christiansen this was the perfect soundtrack to a hazy day at the beach recently: kenneth christiansen, the mind behind the echocord label family, pushing out almost three hours of grooves for this recording. deep, dubby, bla bla ... what matters is the excellent track selection and fine mixing.

enjoy, and have a happy monday!

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