Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Bull Shit

Apologies for not getting on the blog this week, but with all the DJing and hedonism that the weekend brought (read Softy's short account of his goings on below), my body and mind have been far too fragile to put anything together for you lot. Rest assured, I'll be back with one of my long overdue charts later this week, and we should have an interview with The Emperor Machine up soon as well. In the meantime, here's a little chart from Mutant Pop's resident minimal magician, Mike Bull. He's had some quality mixes up on here in the past (they may actually still be available - have a little search). and certainly progged out the bar downstairs on Friday with panache. In no particular order, this is what he's been enjoying weaving together over the past month or so.

Mike Bull's Current Top 25
1) Melchior Productions - The Phantom // Perlon
2) Pheek - Magda Had A Little Troll // Gurtz Remix
3) Martin Buttrich - Programmer & Full Clip // Planet E
4) Ferrer & Sydenham - The Back Door // Ibadan
5) Donnacha Costello - 6x2 // Minimise
6) Dinky & Jorge Gonzalez - Close Dat Door // Horizontal
7) Jason Emsley - Politic EP // Platzhirsch
8) Superlongevity 4 // Perlon
9) Seph - Bats // Leftroom
10) Seph - Phound // Stock 5
11) Mark Henning - Ode to DS (Remix) // Multivitamins
12) Florian Meindl - Beat Spyder // Resopal
13) Samin & Argenix - Sabor // Tuning Spork Family Affair
14) Fuckpony - Pony Pumper // Get Physical
15) Pan - The Lizard // Rebelone
16) Franco Cinelli - Flog // Alphahouse
17) Dominik Eulberg - Blueten Sind Dem Grossen

Schillerfalter Fremd (Renato Figoli Remix) // Traum
18) Alex Under - Multipliremazclas 1 (Tadeo & Lusine Remixes) // Apnea
19) Sebo K / GummiZh - Back to Back Remixes // Mobilee
20) LocoDice - El Gallo Negro / Flight LB7475 // Ovum
21) Koljah - Leckerkuchen (Mikael Stavostrand Remix) // Sushitech
22) Marc Houle - Stacks & Stacks // Minus
23) Renato Figoli - Le Stelle Sono Tante EP // Trapez
24) Alexis Tyrel - Rebecca Loos // Weave Music
25) Sweet n Candy - Dirty Gotches // Dumb-Unit

2 Comments:

Anonymous titus chalk said...

Hey there Rich,

Highly enjoyed having a little dance to your New York set at Bashout on Friday. Honestly, I think it was the only music that I actually enjoyed all night. :/

6:20 PM  
Blogger Richard Carnage said...

Alright there Titus! Was a bit shit that we didn't get the chance to talk properly due to me playing, but I'm glad you enjoyed the retro New York stylings! The music there wasn't really to my tastes either, but what I saw of Slaughter Mob (dubstep business) in the second room was great! Next time you're in Bristol (or next time I'm in London), give us a bell and we'll go out for a pint or summat.

6:36 PM  

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