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#287 Deadbeats Radio with Zeds Dead | Farrah Guest Mix

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Zeds Dead – the canadian sensation is here with their DeadBeats Radio (better killing than death but that’s just us). Unique mix of styles making them frequents guests on the main stage of many of…

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Circoloco Radio 279 – Prospa

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Circoloco Radio – Bringing you new mixes from the best DJs in the world.

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KASTRO – In Essence

Xopowo – ненавижу (?)

Los Hermanos – Quetzal

Huerta – Steve’s Limo

Liquid Earth – Vector Boy and the Horse With Three Legs

Bliss Inc – Radiant Reality

D.Tiffany & Roza Terenzi – Gravity Bongo

Plush Managements INC – Monica Likes To Dance

ATRIP – Me + You

Hermeth – Not My Proudest Fap

Seller – Too Much For Me

David Jackson – ID

Sputnik one – Connected by a wall

DJ BBOY – Karangahada


Bitter Babe – Delirio

Dinamarca – Battle Trak (Imaabs Remix) [feat. DJ New

Rene Wise – Jungle House

Silver – Conception

Ambient Baby – Mindkiss

Prospa x Fred – ID

R3hab presents: CYB3RPVNK Radio #539

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Welcome to the official podast of R3HAB Every week the Dutch maestro showcase his favorite tunes and and a DJ set. Enjoy the music with the ofiocial download link and online stream : Click to…

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Resident Advisor Podcast : RA.869 Avtomat

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RA.869 Avtomat : We’re not in the habit of quoting press materials all the time, but in Kajetan Łukomski’s case, it feels appropriate. The first sentence of his bio is “Avtomat is a person with way too many interests.” If you know any artists from Poland’s wide-ranging, always-growing electronic music scene, chances are he’s one of them. He’s a DJ, producer, organizer and activist, once a member of the queer feminist collective Oramics, and is endlessly passionate about supporting, spreading and playing music from the Central European and Eastern European regions.

With roots in metal, goth and electroclash, there’s a certain spikiness to Łukomski’s style, but also a polyglot knowledge and a hunger for new sounds. He’s found a fitting home on Tańce, a Kraków label that blends electronic music with Polish folk traditions (they also released Naphta’s RA-Recommended Ża​ł​o​ś​ć album, which features on this mix). That’s something of the mission of Łukomski’s RA Podcast, but it’s also just the jumping off point. In these almost four hours of expert blending, genre-jumping and incredible pacing, Łukomski touches on almost every style of dance music you could think of, with aplomb and occasionally surprise (like that irresistible Bloc Party edit). If you can, it’s worth digesting all in one sitting, so you can truly appreciate the ground he covers.



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