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Acid - Trevor Wilkes - Bleep 202

Discussion in 'DJ Mixes' started by isoprax, Mar 3, 2010.

  1. isoprax

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    Bleep Radio #202
    Aired: March 3, 2010
    Mixed by: Trevor Wilkes (Hamilton, Ontario)

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    Today being 3-03 is the driving force behind the Acid House theme in this week's Bleep Radio show. I would have missed that small coincidence entirely if it wasn't for Malcolm noticing it and bringing it to my attention some 2-3 months ago.

    Acid is what snared me and began my interest in electronic music. My very first experience with it was on a local radio station back in the 90's called "Energy 108". On that station Richie Hawtin's old "Transmissions" radio series was aired and Terry Mullan was the first show in that series I caught. To this day I still appreciate it. It was shortly after that I began finding my way to parties in Toronto to check this stuff out first hand.

    00 - 3d!t "Bleep Radio Intro"
    01 - Ian Pooley "Walking Backwards" Definitive
    02 - No Assembly Firm "Warm & Wet" Peaches 01
    03 - Johnny Fiasco "My House" Control 05
    04 - Craig Bratley "The Man Who..." Robsoul Ltd 04
    05 - Paul Birken "Sleep Deprived" Membrane
    06 - Acid Kid "It's 2005 Jack, Did You Notice?" Acid Kid 03
    07 - Terry Mullan & Brya Jones "City Of Wind" Robsoul LTD 03
    08 - Acid Kid "Slammm - Reverse Your Future" Acid Kid 03
    09 - Essit Muzique "Essit Muzique 1" Aciiieeed! 04
    10 - Armando "Land Of COnfusion" Secret Mixes/Fixes 01
    11 - Acid Phreex "Ghosts" Djax 376
    12 - Photon Inc. "Give A little Love" FFRR

    Download The March 3rd, 2010 Acid Bleep Archive

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    Bleep's goal is to bring quality dance-floor music, music without it's head up it's arse, to areas where it's seemingly lacking. Stale music has taken over and needs to move over. We need less labels, not more. Techno may be the label that Bleep assumes, but it's the Techno label of days gone by, one that encompasses much and has a sense of humour. The humour bit may be just me though. Enjoy.

    Anyone is highly encouraged to ask questions or comment about Bleep mixes. All questions will be answered. Help will be given. Direction will be shown.

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