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Track of the Day #44

Still on pseudo holiday, but still on the case!

Holidays… What the frig is that anyways? Do people quit on music for a little while when they leave home, does the record releasing process ever stop? Ah… I probably don’t know what I’m talking about since the concept of holidays has become so remote in the past few year in this writer’s case. What I do know, is that early Todd Terry still makes me forget about work and problems and lets my body take control. Terry sure is one of the biggest and richest oldschool house producer out there, and his name almost became a joke in the late 90ies, but he didn’t get where he got producing lame ass bland shit. No, he rocked the house as hard as Mr Lee and Chicago’s best! Here’s a forgotten door into NY’s finest!

Cheers,

Bertrand Delanowave

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02/24/2012 Playlist

Peaking LightsMarshmellow Yellow (Ital rmx) – 12″ – 936 Remixed – 100% Silk (2012)

Mark Van HoenDon’t Look Back – 2XLP – The Revenant Diary – Editions Mego (2012)

Teho TeardoChe Cosa Ricordare Di Lei? – 2XLP – Music, film, Music – Spècula (2012)

Unknown ArtistClarinette – 12″ – Flöte + Clarinette – ? (2007)

Swan Lake (AKA Todd Terry) – In The Name Of Love – 12″ – S/T – Bad Boys (1988)

Andrea Parker & Daz QuayleTrepidation – CD – Private Dreams and Public Nightmares – Aperture (2012)

San Soda20061019 – 12″ – Purple E.P. – We Play House Recordings (2009)

KölschDer Alte – 12″ – Speicher 70 – Kompakt Extra (2011)

Daphne OramIllustrations (Fireworks / Hardwich High School) (1967) – 4XLP – The Oram Tapes Volume One – Young Americans (2011)

ChantageSame Thing Twice – 12″ – It’s Only Money – Celluloid (1983)

Enchante – Won’t Let You In – 12″ – Crazy Way Trax Vol. 1 – Crazy Way Trax (2012)

Enchante – Sex On The Beach – 12″ – Crazy Way Trax Vol. 1 – Crazy Way Trax (2012)

EnchanteMoss – 12″ – Crazy Way Trax Vol. 1 – Crazy Way Trax (2012)


RIP Trish Keenan

The unbelievable and sad news just came to us that Trish Keenan of Broadcast has died of pneumonia friday jan. 14 at age 42.

We did not expect to start this blog with such a sad news. Broadcast was and still is one of the bands we like the most, some of us following them since the first years. We were always eager to hear any new work and air it. We will miss bitterly Trish and Broadcast.

Still, we’ll continue to highlight and “promote” the fringe music we like in the same fashion we’ve been crusading for the past 15 years or so, and you can be sure it’s not the last you heard of Broadcast alonside the likes of Bernard Parmegiani, This Heat, Bruno Menny, Larry Heard, Monoton, Kid Creole, Conny Plank, Chep Nunez, Tod Dockstader, LFO, Eliott Sharp, Latin Rascals, Don Cherry, Konrad Becker, Arthur Russell, Robert Gordon, Henri Chopin, Mantronix, the Galactic Mothership, Pietro Grossi, Jean Schwarz, B.W.H., Prince, Rodney Bakerr, Nino Nardini, Sabu Martinez, Roland Kayn, Manix, Ralph Lundsten, Konk, Autechre, Eberhard Schoener, John Bender, Mike Dunn, Pierro Umiliani, Jean Cohen-Solal, Derrick May, Patrick Cowley, Todd Terry, Cluster, Transmat, Soundforce, Spoils Of War, Mark Imperial, Seefeel, Ron Hardy, Annette Peacock, Walter Gibons, Stockhausen, Crass, Maurice Joshua, Steve Lacy, NWW, Ennio Morricone, Phoenecia, Cliff Martinez, Falty DL, Dream Frequency, Pram, Frankie Knuckles, Traxx, Michel Portal, Anthony Manning, Roger Sanchez, MK, Mr Lee, Chrome, Farley “Jackmaster” Funk, Roberto Cacciapaglia, Larry Levan, Sheila Jordan, Kenny Dope, Ubangi, Mark E, Patrick Cowley, Hosono, Terry Housemaster Baldwin, Coil, Bo Didley, James Asher, TinMan, Robbie Basho, Lidell Townsell, Julio Bashmore