Wednesday, November 15, 2006

D Is For Disco, E Is For Dancing

It's that time of the week again - Viva mix time! Last week's joyously morose couple of hours went down really well, so I'm keeping the more relaxed home listening vibe going, albeit with a hint of four-to-the-floor action that'll have your feet wearing through the carpet. Things to look out for are yet another unreleased track from Quiet Village ('Days' featured in last week's show), new dubbed out goodness from Strategy and The Mole (as featured in my latest chart), and monged cosmic arpeggio madness from Joakim's forthcoming LP. There's a few interesting little oldies as well courtesy of Gary's Gang, Arthur Russell and Double (cheers to Lovefingers.org for the edit); whilst the noughties are covered with Erland Oye's collaboration with Morgan Geist, and John McEntire's (yes, him from Tortoise) remix of Spoon for those who missed them first time around.

TAPE Radio - Show #8: 'D Is For Disco, E Is For Dancing'
Gary's Gang - Showtime // CBS
Voyage - I Love You Dancer // Atlas
!!! - Take Ecstasy With Me // Warp
JAPE - Floating // Trust Me I'm A Thief
Lola - Wax the Van // Jump Street
Quiet Village - Negro // CD-R
Kalle, Magnus & Daniel - Hjul Meg Ut (Prins Thomas Diskomiks) // Full Pupp
Double - Naningo (Lexx Edit) // CD-R
Felix Laband - Whistling In Tongues (Todd Terje Remix) // Compost
The Mole - Jingover // Wagon Repair
Virgo - Free Yourself // Trax
Strategy - Fields of May // Orac
Moby Feat Debbie Harry - New York, New York (The Emperor Machine Extended Remix) // Mute
Spoon - I Turn My Camera On (John McEntire Remix) // Merge
Erlend Oye - Ghost Trains // Source
Henrik Schwarz - Imagination Limitation (Mix 1) // !K7
Minimal Compact - Nil Nil (Rub'n'Tug Remix) // Tigersushi
Joakim - Three Legged Lantern // Versatile


Listen:
Show #8: 'D Is For Disco, E Is For Dancing'

Also, if you haven't done so yet, download Puffin's top notch dubstep mix that I put up earlier this week. Trust me - soon you'll be ditching your Burial LP and wobbling round your room to those wonky Doodlebug vibes. Soon we'll be unleashing the promo mix for Dublin that we mixed together - trust me when I say that it's an absolute belter! Here's a track that made the final cut which is taken from Alexi Delano & Xpansul's 'Intelligence Reframed' release. Expect off-kilter techno with a twist that was released on Hawtin's Plus 8 imprint a couple of months back.

Download:
Alexi Delano & Xpansul - Echolocation // Plus 8

2 Comments:

Blogger Tal said...

that's a love mix, carnage
is that double remix still available somehow?

4:17 AM  
Blogger Richard Carnage said...

Cheers Tal. The Double edit is still available on www.lovefingers.org as far as I'm aware.

11:33 AM  

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