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Hi y'all, my first post here

 

so for the occasion i would like to share a new mix of mine

 

this one has a bit the traject of an early sunrise, coming from night

or at least, that's what i had in mind to create :)

my first combination of vinyl with cd

 

 

Kryll - Breaking Dawn

153MB - 160kbps - 134:13

 

 

Tracklisting:

01 PWOG - The Challenge (Part One) ('92)

02 Roel Butzen - From Heaven 'Till Hell ('92)

03 Lenny Dee & Eric Kupper - Stress ('92)

04 Industrial - The Gauntlet ('90)

05 Paradise 3001 - Somavoid ('94)

06 Taiyo - Aquaspace ('94)

07 Brainstorm - Untitled ('92)

08 Paradise 3001 - Ludiomil 75 ('93)

09 Optica - Analogue Spectrum (Vibrating Shakra Mix) ('95)

10 Moog - Mental Groove ('94)

11 Neuwerk - Flying Inuit ('98)

12 Klinik - Zeptepi ('02)

13 The Infinity Project - Telepathy ('95)

14 Lumukanda - Triad 2 ('93)

15 Disturbed Genitals - Perfect & Slided ('94)

16 Earth Nation - Liquid Desert ('95)

17 Pulse - Behind The Eyes (dub) ('94)

18 Psychonautic Experiences - Nexus ('94)

19 Audiodrama - Ookney ('00)

20 Walker - Edit 5 ('94)

21 Subzero - Tsunami Warning ('97)

22 Cwithe - Spellbound (Toytown mix) ('95)

23 Earth Nation - Green Sky is Red ('95)

24 Har-Ell - No Way Out ('94)

25 The Infinity Project - Binary Neuronaut ('95)

26 Wave Slaves - First Impressions ('95)

27 Andreas kauffelt - Mental Home ('94)

28 Eat Static - Monstro ('01)

29 Shape Changer - Strings of Love ('94)

30 Klinik - On Silk Roads To The East ('02)

31 Odds - Umbelikis ('95)

 

 

all comments (even positive ones) are more than welcome ;)

 

Grtz

K.

 

 

note : if downloading fails from this link above, u can use this link

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cool :)

 

 

yeah, all other options seem to give too much problems

and there are only a few who give feedback on erroneous download

so thx ;)

It is nice to finally see some Traffic on my server. I have unlimited BW, and there like 700mb usage a month, and already with my new mix and yours there suddenly is around 3gb :D
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I remember listening to this once. As I'm not a DJ myself I can't go into detail about the technical side, but the mixing was mostly pretty well made me thinks.

 

The tracklist was so and so. Some choons were excellent and had that innocent, deep analog vibe. Fav'e tracks were, surpie surpie, by Infinity Project. :) Then some made me go "this is so 92..." and I don't mean it the good way. Seriously dated to the point I pushed forward button. Then again I can't index the good/bad tracks so I'm not sure if my critics is any good here.

 

Old school can't compete with the new stuff when it comes to dynamics. It's only competent in the song structure area, melodies. So there's my obvious hint. :)

 

Still waiting for the hard techno mix... :D

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thanks for the honest feedback :)

 

 

u mean the first couple of tracks that sound too vintage ?

 

it wasn't really my aim to make an oldschool goa mix, so therefore there are more techno/acid elements innit than i'd plan for such a mix

 

but i understand what u mean

 

thx for listening and commenting

 

 

bout the harder mix, you'll hear from it soon :)

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u mean the first couple of tracks that sound too vintage ?

 

it wasn't really my aim to make an oldschool goa mix, so therefore there are more techno/acid elements innit than i'd plan for such a mix

"vintage" might be an expression I'd like to use in positive context. :) Prolly all the trax were major when they were released - the true test is if the ideas are so good they still stand as fresh and listenable. And hey to my ears, about 50% of them don't in this mix.

 

It's obvious this isn't old school goa mix. I don't think it's really acid/techno mix either. Trance is the most fitting word I can come up with. But fuuu...nk the genres. :)

 

all best,

 

Boobies Oopie

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"vintage" might be an expression I'd like to use in positive context. :) Prolly all the trax were major when they were released - the true test is if the ideas are so good they still stand as fresh and listenable. And hey to my ears, about 50% of them don't in this mix.

 

u mean 50% of all tracks ?

 

or just the ones of '92 ? :)

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The tracklist was so and so. Some choons were excellent and had that innocent, deep analog vibe. Fav'e tracks were, surpie surpie, by Infinity Project. :) Then some made me go "this is so 92..." and I don't mean it the good way. Seriously dated to the point I pushed forward button. Then again I can't index the good/bad tracks so I'm not sure if my critics is any good here.

 

Old school can't compete with the new stuff when it comes to dynamics. It's only competent in the song structure area, melodies. So there's my obvious hint. :)

 

Still waiting for the hard techno mix... :D

 

well.. checked it once again

 

and i'm guessing you're not into the monotonous stretched technoid things ?

it's a bit tricky to go in this matter, but i'll try my best

 

the infinity project is great in spatial/spherical matter, but in time frame it isnt really that great imo

there are lots of tracks in this mix that lack transitions/climaxes.. imo good time stretchers :)

but they lack melodies mostly, true

they more work hypnotic with their repetitive patterns imo

 

but ok, i might just be too fond of those 'ouwbollige' type of things :)

 

 

still your feedback comes much appreciated :)

it's rare for me to have an object of study from a feedback :)

 

 

the mixing aint really polished,

so if u could identify the tracks (or the most key ones) that made you start scrolling/skipping

it would mean much to me actually

 

 

ps. about the hardtechno mix, i'm working on a new one (will start with compiling a record-case for it after the party this weekend i will playing)

but if u want something already, i can give u an old trippy hardcore/tek/breaks mix i once did for Chase Records

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