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Techno - Dave Shades - Bleep 213

Discussion in 'DJ Mixes' started by isoprax, May 20, 2010.

  1. isoprax

    isoprax TRIBE Promoter

    Bleep Radio #213
    Aired: May 19th, 2010
    Mixed by: Dave Shades (UK)

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    This week's Bleep wraps up Dave Shades' epic set that he sent in. As I mentioned last week I've not only included this week's archive link as usual, but I've included a link to the original 2+ hour set that has not been split so you can hear it in it's entirety if you so wish. Now all we can do is prepare for next week's Bleep, which is a 3 hour Ben Pest set that he sent over. Nice.
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    Track-list:
    3d!t - Bleep radio Intro
    Vanja & Ivan - Cossack Dancing Terrier (Panx Remix)
    Smees - Augsburger Pissed
    AEOX - Jazzz
    3D!T - Voltage Converter
    The Aphorism - Diffuse
    Norman - Messiah
    Jason Leach - Merdi
    Cursor Miner - C.O.L.L.A.P.S.I.N.G
    Ben Pest - Zeedonk
    Tomas Nordstrom - Shake Shake
    Morph - Guess Where I Was & What Time Of Day It Was
    Queaver - Acid Injection
    Tok Tok - Djungle Fever
    Syntheme - FRF3K UP!
    Human Like Machines - Goose The Engine
    Subhead - Pie
    Tomas Nordstrom - Superstar
    Neil Landstrumm - Custard Traxx
    Michael Forshaw - Dumb (JE:5 Remix)
    Monster X - Get Up To Kill
    Reche & Recall - Lasse Rein Bong
    Jason Leach - Beateater

    Download:
    Download The May 19th, 2010 Archive | Download Bleep 212 & 213 Unsplit


    Bleep Info:
    Next Weeks Show: Unknown at this time.

    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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