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Techno etc - Trevor Wilkes - Bleep 227

Discussion in 'DJ Mixes' started by isoprax, Aug 26, 2010.

  1. isoprax

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    Bleep Radio #227
    Aired: August 25th, 2010
    Mixed by: Trevor Wilkes (Hamilton, Ontario)

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    I think you'll find that this week's Bleep, without any planning, has turned into a bit of a way-back machine journey. Well, mid to late 90's anyway. My personal favourite era for these things.

    Of course it fell apart for the last two tracks. I really need to either do a whole show using those old 45's or at least keep them out of sight so I'm not tempted to throw them around in inappropriate ways.

    00 - 3d!t "Bleep Radio Intro"
    01 - A.D. "Untitled" Loop 23
    02 - Gene Farris "Mercury" Force Inc US 15
    03 - Unknown White
    04 - Dj Hyperactive "Scuff" Clockwork
    05 - Frankie Bones "I'm Dumb Hot: Ghetto Technics 14
    06 - Jeff Mills "The Bells" Purpose Maker
    07 - Adam Beyer "Fett" Loop 29
    08 - Derrick May "The Dance" Network 21
    09 - Robert Armani "Morlock" ACV
    10 - Robert Armani "Darkroom" ACV
    11 - Joey Beltram "Ballpark (Rush Mix)" Tresor 90
    12 - The Advent "Remake" Kombination Research 1
    13 - Daz SAund & Ben Tisdall "Bad!" Missile 34
    14 - Dj Hyperactive "Wide Open (Literon Mix)" EC
    15 - Unknown "Di-Bi-Hu" Labrat 3
    16 - The Stickmen "Shaker" Stickman 32
    17 - Hidden Strength "Hustle On Up" UA
    18 - Thurston Harris "Little Bitty Pretty one"

    Download The August 25th, 2010 Archive

    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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