HOUR 1 Chad’s Chart
Sleeprunner (Zed Bias Remix) Singular Silence
Illum Sphere Released Ninja Tune
The Deep Singular Silence Remixes
Are You That Somebody (starRo remix)
Starlight (SPL Remix) Run DMT
Daddy Rolling Stone Small Change and DJ Reaganomics B-More of Soul EP
Amen (Hit That Koochy) feat Zed Bias
Ashley Beedle Yardism Vol 2
Electronic Shaman Juice Run DM
I’m Jukin’Small Change and DJ Reaganomics B-More of Soul EP
PLACE/CRUSHER feat. Poliça, clpng, Sunni Colòn Lee Banno
Chronovisor Break ScienceSeven Bridges
HOUR 3 Chad’s Chart
Feeling is Gone Active Child
Palace Posy – Boards of Canada
Get Ready VIP Serum Remix – Congo Natty
Lose It Moire
Hackney Parrot – Tessela
Flow Type – Terry G Harrow Hill -
Thom Yorke- Bug Remix
Pleasure From the Bass – Tiga
HOUR 2 DJ Carey C’s Chart
Nicholls, Dime – Different Kinda Sound (Original Mix)
Jyetur – Yoop (Original Mix)
Jaymo & Andy George – Tales from the Basement (Original Mix)
Andrey Exx, Fomichev – Going Down (Original Mix)
DJ I-One, Junior Croff – Circle (Original Mix)
The Black 80s – Nothing Better feat iBi Vaughan (Rubini Remix)
M.A.M. – Time Out Of Mind (Original Mix)
Minago, Nicolas Alisferi – Stop (Original Mix)
Alexi Delano & Shaun Reeves – The Mistral
Amine Edge – Lost (Original Mix)
HOUR 4 DJ Carey C’s Chart
Mekesh – Gravity (Original Mix)
Markus Eden – Nightshift (Original Mix)
Origins Sound – Eyesdown (Original Mix)
Sebb – Deep Thoughts (Original Mix)
Shiny Objects & Aya – Tell Me What You Want (Original Mix)
Black Loops – Take It Back (Original Mix)
Anderson Beher – Suck (Original Mix)
Nicolas Alisferi, Minago – Something About Us (Original Mix)
Kerem Akdag – 1234 (Original Mix)
Is Tesla the Father of Radio?
Physicist, visionary, and supernaturally smart inventor Nikola Tesla was born this day in 1856.
Tesla invented the means of transmitting radio signals through the air by creating the basic part of radio technology — the ability to generate and control continuous sine waves around 1897. However, because of a nefarious patent trick perpetrated by Guglielmo Marconi and a cabal of well financed backers, Tesla was not credited with the invention until much later after proving it in court.
Marconi to this day is often cited as the “father of radio” even though the U.S. Supreme Court declared Telsa the true inventor of radio in 1943. Tesla was able to prove that he patented the technology years before Marconi – who received a Nobel prize for his stolen work in 1909.
Tesla is famous for a lot of important discoveries and inventions but especially his work with AC current that pioneered how we use electricity. There are stories of Tesla creating death-rays, earthquake machines and devices capable of mass destruction. So endowed with potential devastation these inventions were, that Telsa felt it necessary to destroy his work after realizing the earth-shattering military applications.
Tesla was obsessed with creating a clean and endless energy source that was accessible to everyone for free. Many historians believe that the full potential of Tesla’s inventions and genius were never realized because of the powerful financial and political foes that Tesla made. Continue reading
For a limited time you can download a shit load of new music from Jonny Vibe and Daniel Martinez!!
“Jonny Vibe pays attention to the smallest of details. His attention to detail was part of the reason I wanted him involved with the radio show. When Jonny joined Future Sound, 6 or 7 years ago, he already had several tracks ready for the dance floor. Constantly making music, his methodic (at times obsessive) attention to detail, makes for some really dynamic techno!
Over the years Jonny has remained impervious to the fleeting trends of edm, while absorbing the good and filtering out the crap. He has proven himself an accomplished DJ and has cultivated a definitive style that remains true to his original vision. Jonny loves both “hard” and “minimal” extremes of the techno spectrum and it’s apparent in the ambient elements, driving beats and complex progressions of his music.” Chad
If you collect vinyl, it’s likely you have combined the covers to make new images. Or snapped a photo of a record cover in front of your friend’s face. In fact we were surprised at the wealth of images online of this visual mashup. Here are a few of our favorite…Try doing this with a download. Continue reading
Robot Love by Digital Dynasty shows us a tender side of machines.
2010 Gloden Globe winners Trent Reznor and and Atticus Ross have made available 5 stems from their soundtrack, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. The stems are available for download until March 31 and are not for “commercial exploitation.” Remixers get your downloads now, we feel a remix contest coming on?
2011 was an interesting year for electronic music. The emerging trends of “moombathon” and “juke” continue to pepper music blogs and chat rooms but haven’t quite found their superstars. We’re told we now live in a “post-dubstep” age which, as far we can tell, means that it’s fashionable to dislike the ubiquitous genre. Before the year comes to an end we thought we would weigh in on some of our favorite releases. Genre’s aside and in no particular order here are a few:
This year saw the debut release of UK musician Aaron Jerome, better known as SBTRK. His release “Young Turks” infuses striped down techno beats, and slowed down sub bass melodies with a surprising pop sensibility. SBTRK seems to play well with others, apparent from the multitude of vocal collaborators and his many remixes.
We were also very excited to see Amon Tobin come correct with his 7th Ninja Tune release. “Isam” takes the listener on a trip though alien bass-scapes, weird time signatures and intricate sound design. With no jazzy hooks or bass-lines, Isam marks somewhat of a departure for Tobin. Also note worthy is the impressive high-tech 3D projection mapping show that Tobin took on tour.
Warp artist Plaid’s “Scintilli” further establishes the duo’s standing in the psychedelic techno genre.