House, Techno and Progressive

Forgotten masters and under-appreciated guns of techno

Reply
Page 1 of 2
  Tools
Bruno from Burwood +

Registered User

Bruno from Burwood's Avatar
Joined
Mar '11
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 16
Thanked 328 Times in 253 Posts
Posts
1,698
Forgotten masters and under-appreciated guns of techno
When I started collecting vinyl a couple of years ago i found that I became even more interested in techno's past, such is the seemingly endless scope for exploration provided by Discogs. It helps that the sounds of old tend to be less refined. There are some names I'd not previously heard heard of, some names I didn't take seriously and some back catalogs that, deep down, I knew always needed to be explored. The common theme is that the artists I have in mind hardly seem to get a mention even though they are reserves of really high quality, and sometimes downright brilliant, techno.

As what is probably a last ditch effort to spark some life into this place I though it could be rewarding to identify some of the former heavyweights that history is tending to forget or high quality artists who never seem to have experienced techno's spotlight.

The rules aren't particularly important but I'd aim for, as an arbitrary cut off, a limit of about 2007 with most of what follows still being fairly contemporary. I suppose this could be an exercise in stating the obvious for some but then you guys or gals would be the ones who's (positive) contributions would be of most benefit.
My mixes:

Bruno Orso’s Sunrise Over Tocumwal, 28 January 2012
Track list

Orso's Sounds of the Tunnel Vol 1, December 2013

Last edited by Bruno from Burwood: 03-May-13 at 01:16pm

Bruno from Burwood +

Registered User

Bruno from Burwood's Avatar
Joined
Mar '11
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 16
Thanked 328 Times in 253 Posts
Posts
1,698
From my perspective the perfect guy to use as an example to get things kicked off is Gez Varley aka G-Man aka Gerrard Varley, formerly of LFO.

http://www.discogs.com/artist/Gez+Varley

From what I can tell he is a contemporary of legends like Regis, Surgeon and Luke Slater but obviously he doesn't have anything that resembles their profiles. His sound is kind of like a hybrid of less emotionally aggressive Regis and the PAS releases on Peacefrog. Take it as the highest form of praise when I say that I think Varley's productions are easily as good as those of Regis and PAS.

For someone with an interest in techno that started more recently you may know G-Man for his work on Styrax Leaves, Quo Vadis, and/or the excellent The Way You Move out on Wir. If you have to get one release, though, I'd point you in the direction of his 2001 LP Bayou Paradis on Force Inc.

The opening track is reliable indicator of the sort of atmosphere you can expect.

Media Player

Those of you who saw Silent Servant in Melbourne recently may remember this beast (pitched down significantly):

Media Player


To round out the introduction, any fans of Truss's forays into hardcore acid will love Raw from the Shon EP (check out the sample on the linked discogs page).

Now is as good a time as any to jump on board the G-Man wagon as he's fired up GMR Records which provides for digital releases for so much of his gold.
My mixes:

Bruno Orso’s Sunrise Over Tocumwal, 28 January 2012
Track list

Orso's Sounds of the Tunnel Vol 1, December 2013

Last edited by Bruno from Burwood: 03-May-13 at 01:32pm

SkinDeep +

Bonafide

SkinDeep's Avatar
Joined
Jan '02
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 84
Thanked 201 Times in 83 Posts
Posts
2,588
I need to know more about the LFO guys, but from what I do know (Advance and Sheath LPs) it's exactly the kind of techno I wish I could hear waaay more often. I love their melodic sensibility. My favourite tune is Loch Ness.

Nice tunes, I'm-a do some digging tonight.
there must be some mistake I didn't mean to let them take away my soul am I too old is it too late

my soundcloud my last.fm
Wowk +

Has got special powers and he's got lots of friends

Wowk's Avatar
Joined
Mar '08
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 1,615
Thanked 552 Times in 381 Posts
Posts
7,832
G-Man is definitely a good call!

I've always loved a lot of Dub Taylor's tracks as well, and Regen too. Not sure if they are "underappreciated" though, but I haven't heard many people talk about them much.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Psyentist

More than 23 Australians like techno (and I can prove it)...
http://soundcloud.com/groups/techno-fans-australia

primalstatik +

Just call me p-statz.

primalstatik's Avatar
Joined
Feb '06
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 2,381
Thanked 2,334 Times in 1,288 Posts
Posts
8,335
Damon Wild comes to mind when thinking of forgotten masters. His back cat is full of on point records. Runs the essential Synewave label as well, which I am sure you all must have at least one tune from.
claude glass +

Registered User

claude glass's Avatar
Joined
Jun '10
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 25
Thanked 760 Times in 454 Posts
Posts
4,157
I have that Gez Varley release.

Agree with Damon Wild.

I'm just going to list a few names that sprang to mind that people may or may not agree with but I thought people might like to check them out anyway. Some of them still release.

Frank Mueller/Beroshima
Twerk
Aubrey
DJ Slip
Neil Landstrumm
Dan Curtin
Titonton Duvanté
Chris McCormack
Dietrich Schoenemann
System 7
DJ Shufflemaster
Thomas Brinkmann
John Thomas
Heiko Laux
Wolfgang Voigt
patrickbateman +

the devil's son

patrickbateman's Avatar
Joined
Jun '09
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 6,378
Thanked 2,293 Times in 1,263 Posts
Posts
6,439
that is a good list... i was thinking heiko laux and neil landstrumm too. dan curtin is another good one

maybe claude young... kelli hand... dj hyperactive
JamRock +

Haus-Boat cruise with Ian Pooley - Good Friday! :)

JamRock's Avatar
Joined
Mar '03
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 1,915
Thanked 218 Times in 160 Posts
Posts
4,195
Chris McCormack sure had some bangers!

Media Player
IAN POOLEY | TECHPHONICS | FRI 31 OCT | SOUNDPOND BAR

> Playing tech tunes every Thursday, 6pm-8pm (Adelaide time) on www.soundpond.net
emulator +

arrogant prick

emulator's Avatar
Joined
May '03
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 52
Thanked 136 Times in 97 Posts
Posts
1,385
Patrick Pulsinger http://www.discogs.com/artist/Patrick+Pulsinger

Media Player

Media Player

Media Player

Media Player
{strange signals}

Last edited by emulator: 14-May-13 at 12:35pm

Bruno from Burwood +

Registered User

Bruno from Burwood's Avatar
Joined
Mar '11
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 16
Thanked 328 Times in 253 Posts
Posts
1,698

Quote:

Originally Posted by patrickbateman View Post

that is a good list... i was thinking heiko laux and neil landstrumm too. dan curtin is another good one

maybe claude young... kelli hand... dj hyperactive



I was going to mention Heiko Laux. So many great releases.

Re-Televised gets done to death, some of my other favourites:


Media Player

Media Player

Media Player
My mixes:

Bruno Orso’s Sunrise Over Tocumwal, 28 January 2012
Track list

Orso's Sounds of the Tunnel Vol 1, December 2013

Last edited by Bruno from Burwood: 14-May-13 at 04:44pm

Bruno from Burwood +

Registered User

Bruno from Burwood's Avatar
Joined
Mar '11
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 16
Thanked 328 Times in 253 Posts
Posts
1,698
I've been meaning to look into Pascal FEOS in detail.

Anyone got any favourites?

I've liked Ausklang since I heard it on that Hawtin vs Villalobos Essential Mix (which still rates as the only really interesting set I've ever heard from Villalobos): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lE0s_7zls10

Gecko - Forget the World (Pascal FEOS remix) goes alright too: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPKvsMvbBMk
My mixes:

Bruno Orso’s Sunrise Over Tocumwal, 28 January 2012
Track list

Orso's Sounds of the Tunnel Vol 1, December 2013
claude glass +

Registered User

claude glass's Avatar
Joined
Jun '10
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 25
Thanked 760 Times in 454 Posts
Posts
4,157

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bruno from Burwood View Post

I've been meaning to look into Pascal FEOS in detail.

Anyone got any favourites?

I've liked Ausklang since I heard it on that Hawtin vs Villalobos Essential Mix (which still rates as the only really interesting set I've ever heard from Villalobos): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lE0s_7zls10

Gecko - Forget the World (Pascal FEOS remix) goes alright too: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPKvsMvbBMk

He's produced output for so long it's hard to identify a favourite. There a track he remixed which I loved but just can't remember what it is. Some of his early stuff definitely had a Euro flavour because he came from Frankfurt. The last release of his I bought was the Synapse album in 2006. I'm not sure he was ever groundbreaking, but he definitely knows how to produce tracks for the dance floor, and you can never go wrong dropping a Pascal FEOS track in a dancefloor mix. It's also why is remixes are liked.

Bruno - you should track down this mix: DJ Jack-De-Marseille Techno Methods Vol-02 Some might disagree but I think this mix totally captured the late 90s techno sound.
Psyentist +

http://soundcloud.com/gene-hoffmann/

Psyentist's Avatar
Joined
Mar '01
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 307
Thanked 305 Times in 234 Posts
Posts
9,894

Quote:

Originally Posted by primalstatik View Post

Damon Wild comes to mind when thinking of forgotten masters. His back cat is full of on point records. Runs the essential Synewave label as well, which I am sure you all must have at least one tune from.

Damon is still active in techno and hasn't been forgotten by a lot of people including myself.
Gene Hoffmann at Tresor.Berlin [Sept 2014]
feat. Surgeon, Rrose, Untold, Kangding Ray, Blawan, Green Velvet etc...
Set & tracklist: https://soundcloud.com/gene-hoffmann...lin-3-sep-2014
TECHiONE +

Registered User

TECHiONE's Avatar
Joined
Feb '01
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 19
Thanked 75 Times in 53 Posts
Posts
3,245
Re: Pascal FEOS

This track became a fave, after hearing it so many times from Richie Rich's - Hardware #05 mix CD

F.E.O.S. Vs. MSO - Ideas and Experiences (Fucking Bomb Mix)
Media Player

The track prior on that mix CD was also another fave, and another by Pascal FEOS

Lords Of The 80s - 7th Gate, hear it around 22 mins into this mix...

Media Player

Last edited by TECHiONE: 15-May-13 at 02:59pm

TECHiONE +

Registered User

TECHiONE's Avatar
Joined
Feb '01
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 19
Thanked 75 Times in 53 Posts
Posts
3,245
Forgotten master, under-appreciated... Steve Stoll

A couple of my faves...

Media Player

Media Player
claude glass +

Registered User

claude glass's Avatar
Joined
Jun '10
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 25
Thanked 760 Times in 454 Posts
Posts
4,157
Yeah I was going to mention Steve Stoll Techione, he's in that mix I linked to above.
Bruno from Burwood +

Registered User

Bruno from Burwood's Avatar
Joined
Mar '11
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 16
Thanked 328 Times in 253 Posts
Posts
1,698


Really diggin some of these sounds.
My mixes:

Bruno Orso’s Sunrise Over Tocumwal, 28 January 2012
Track list

Orso's Sounds of the Tunnel Vol 1, December 2013
Orbit48 +

Registered User

Orbit48's Avatar
Joined
Aug '11
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 0
Thanked 57 Times in 43 Posts
Posts
247
Dean Cole
Paul Damage
Bruno from Burwood +

Registered User

Bruno from Burwood's Avatar
Joined
Mar '11
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 16
Thanked 328 Times in 253 Posts
Posts
1,698
Is that the User stuff?
My mixes:

Bruno Orso’s Sunrise Over Tocumwal, 28 January 2012
Track list

Orso's Sounds of the Tunnel Vol 1, December 2013
Orbit48 +

Registered User

Orbit48's Avatar
Joined
Aug '11
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 0
Thanked 57 Times in 43 Posts
Posts
247
Yes that's dean! Heavily under rated yet right at the forefront of the Birmingham scene late 90s. I think he's doing a few other bits now but only recently. This track popped into my head while typing this.
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=LdJhdmsgEV0

Was also thinking about Christian morgenstern too. What an awesome producer, was just getting into his stuff further and he was putting out some excellent tracks around the time he died.
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=MRrfZTd-_Fc
Psyentist +

http://soundcloud.com/gene-hoffmann/

Psyentist's Avatar
Joined
Mar '01
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 307
Thanked 305 Times in 234 Posts
Posts
9,894
Richard Harvey did most or all of the User stuff from memory. Great releases.
Gene Hoffmann at Tresor.Berlin [Sept 2014]
feat. Surgeon, Rrose, Untold, Kangding Ray, Blawan, Green Velvet etc...
Set & tracklist: https://soundcloud.com/gene-hoffmann...lin-3-sep-2014
Orbit48 +

Registered User

Orbit48's Avatar
Joined
Aug '11
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 0
Thanked 57 Times in 43 Posts
Posts
247
Cole started the label and did about 50/50 tracks with Harvey. I remember Harvey doing a large chunk for the decks fx.

Proper faceless techno label at one point. Good times for the vinyl head
Bruno from Burwood +

Registered User

Bruno from Burwood's Avatar
Joined
Mar '11
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 16
Thanked 328 Times in 253 Posts
Posts
1,698
Steve Poindexter is a genius but seems to be very much in the shadow of the other Chicago based acid producers.

http://www.discogs.com/artist/Steve+Poindexter


Media Player

Media Player

Media Player

Media Player
My mixes:

Bruno Orso’s Sunrise Over Tocumwal, 28 January 2012
Track list

Orso's Sounds of the Tunnel Vol 1, December 2013

Last edited by Bruno from Burwood: 16-May-13 at 02:12pm

patrickbateman +

the devil's son

patrickbateman's Avatar
Joined
Jun '09
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 6,378
Thanked 2,293 Times in 1,263 Posts
Posts
6,439
steve o'sullivan...

Media Player

Media Player

Media Player

Media Player

Media Player

his records are quite expensive though, so perhaps he isn't really under-appreciated, but i don't see his name pop up very often, only the true heads know of his work.

pretty much all of his releases are gold... check him out bruno

Last edited by patrickbateman: 25-May-13 at 01:17pm

Bruno from Burwood +

Registered User

Bruno from Burwood's Avatar
Joined
Mar '11
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 16
Thanked 328 Times in 253 Posts
Posts
1,698
Beautiful bateman Beautiful.
My mixes:

Bruno Orso’s Sunrise Over Tocumwal, 28 January 2012
Track list

Orso's Sounds of the Tunnel Vol 1, December 2013
claude glass +

Registered User

claude glass's Avatar
Joined
Jun '10
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 25
Thanked 760 Times in 454 Posts
Posts
4,157
bruno you should check out stuff by Geoff White too.
muse +

Registered User

muse's Avatar
Joined
Jun '02
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 259
Thanked 266 Times in 176 Posts
Posts
4,012
Steve O'Sullivan is experiencing a comeback for sure, my social media feeders are overflowing with his name

just picked up Mosaic Reshaped & Unreleased which I am rather enjoying
keyring +

Registered User

keyring's Avatar
Joined
Jun '05
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 4
Thanked 1 Time in 1 Post
Posts
701
some great mentions in here for sure I agree with steve soll, Beroshima, Dan Curtin, Titonton Duvanté, Thomas Brinkmann and Heiko Laux

A few new ones for me in the list too so great thread for discovering some fresh tunes.

I'll also add Orlando Voorn, Kai Alce, Walt J, Aaron FIT Siegel

Here are some faves

Media Player

Media Player

Media Player
Analog Cabin
Soundcloud
Diggin for Wax
keyring +

Registered User

keyring's Avatar
Joined
Jun '05
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 4
Thanked 1 Time in 1 Post
Posts
701
[quote=Bruno from Burwood;395226022]I was going to mention Heiko Laux. So many great releases.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4ajiLb3IzU

Thanks for reminding me I have this record and to dig it out.

I will also add Alan Oldham / T10000
Analog Cabin
Soundcloud
Diggin for Wax

Last edited by keyring: 29-May-13 at 01:46pm

Bruno from Burwood +

Registered User

Bruno from Burwood's Avatar
Joined
Mar '11
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 16
Thanked 328 Times in 253 Posts
Posts
1,698
I would like to know what happened to Don Williams (Thomas Wendel - is he related to Kassem Mosse/Gunnar Wendel?).

http://www.discogs.com/artist/Don+Williams

His contributions, as very much an equal of Shed's, to the first few Styrax Leaves releases and his Detroit Black, Red and Blue EPs on a.r.t. less were as excellent an interpretation of Detroit techno as you'll hear.

If Discogs is correct he hasn't released anything since 2010. Have no idea where he is or what he is doing but it should include producing bombs like these:


Don Williams - Exhibiton (B side of Detroit Red EP - a.r.t.less 2202): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUYfpEH28KU

Don Williams - Orderly Chaos (Detroit Black EP - a.r.t.less 2201)

Media Player


Don Williams - Vector Dance (Detroit Blue EP - a.r.t.less 2203): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_qAPDIJHYQ
My mixes:

Bruno Orso’s Sunrise Over Tocumwal, 28 January 2012
Track list

Orso's Sounds of the Tunnel Vol 1, December 2013
truba +

Registered User

truba's Avatar
Joined
May '05
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 70
Thanked 112 Times in 88 Posts
Posts
3,248
i was still am a massive memory foundation/ratio fan, guys that own central label, some of the best techno ever made, every single ep from that catalogue is 24 carat gold, imho europes answer to rob hood

http://www.discogs.com/label/Central

shit like this is just timeless

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...v=ZujNlLXmJVY#!

http://www.discogs.com/Skinless-Brot.../master/526154
Wowk +

Has got special powers and he's got lots of friends

Wowk's Avatar
Joined
Mar '08
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 1,615
Thanked 552 Times in 381 Posts
Posts
7,832
Gotta give some love to Damon Wild, Clint Forster etc. - all those guys who released on Synewave back in the 90's. Loved that shit. Damon Wild still makes some stuff even today, but that 90's period of Synewave was an amazing era.

And Alexander Kowalski - all that Kanzleramt shit was boss.

Also gotta give a shout to John Selway

Quote:

Originally Posted by Psyentist

More than 23 Australians like techno (and I can prove it)...
http://soundcloud.com/groups/techno-fans-australia

Last edited by Wowk: 03-Jun-13 at 01:45pm

claude glass +

Registered User

claude glass's Avatar
Joined
Jun '10
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 25
Thanked 760 Times in 454 Posts
Posts
4,157

Quote:

Originally Posted by truba View Post

i was still am a massive memory foundation/ratio fan, guys that own central label, some of the best techno ever made, every single ep from that catalogue is 24 carat gold, imho europes answer to rob hood

http://www.discogs.com/label/Central

shit like this is just timeless

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...v=ZujNlLXmJVY#!

http://www.discogs.com/Skinless-Brot.../master/526154

Oh yeah! ratio on central. I'm going to have to dig that out and play it again.
Bruno from Burwood +

Registered User

Bruno from Burwood's Avatar
Joined
Mar '11
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 16
Thanked 328 Times in 253 Posts
Posts
1,698

Quote:

Originally Posted by truba View Post

i was still am a massive memory foundation/ratio fan, guys that own central label, some of the best techno ever made, every single ep from that catalogue is 24 carat gold, imho europes answer to rob hood

http://www.discogs.com/label/Central

shit like this is just timeless

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...v=ZujNlLXmJVY#!

http://www.discogs.com/Skinless-Brot.../master/526154


This stuff is great.
My mixes:

Bruno Orso’s Sunrise Over Tocumwal, 28 January 2012
Track list

Orso's Sounds of the Tunnel Vol 1, December 2013
claude glass +

Registered User

claude glass's Avatar
Joined
Jun '10
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 25
Thanked 760 Times in 454 Posts
Posts
4,157

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bruno from Burwood View Post

This stuff is great.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnX3hd49HiU
claude glass +

Registered User

claude glass's Avatar
Joined
Jun '10
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 25
Thanked 760 Times in 454 Posts
Posts
4,157
dj shufflemaster: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGThaI1fs_E

dj slip

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...v=ls_5V1nvLf4#!

deep and awesome dj slip track:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=05q2CjZxs6s
claude glass +

Registered User

claude glass's Avatar
Joined
Jun '10
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 25
Thanked 760 Times in 454 Posts
Posts
4,157
johan bacto

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zktAdyTz0Fw
claude glass +

Registered User

claude glass's Avatar
Joined
Jun '10
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 25
Thanked 760 Times in 454 Posts
Posts
4,157
echoplex (& damon wild) a classic

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcsZZmVk2UE
claude glass +

Registered User

claude glass's Avatar
Joined
Jun '10
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 25
Thanked 760 Times in 454 Posts
Posts
4,157
rino cerrone

http://www.discogs.com/Rino-Cerrone-.../release/58377
claude glass +

Registered User

claude glass's Avatar
Joined
Jun '10
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 25
Thanked 760 Times in 454 Posts
Posts
4,157
still the best kowalski track i think or 'Ratio' which I can't find on youtube. Echoes is such a beautiful album.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vo782Jjx3hU

or silence of thoughts

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ufTWhs_lLOg

Last edited by claude glass: 03-Jun-13 at 08:36pm

truba +

Registered User

truba's Avatar
Joined
May '05
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 70
Thanked 112 Times in 88 Posts
Posts
3,248
justin berkovi,angel alanis,glen wilson,kit clayton,wyndell long, random xs,mike dearborn,jay denham,ultradyne
claude glass +

Registered User

claude glass's Avatar
Joined
Jun '10
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 25
Thanked 760 Times in 454 Posts
Posts
4,157

Quote:

Originally Posted by truba View Post

justin berkovi,angel alanis,glen wilson,kit clayton,wyndell long, random xs,mike dearborn,jay denham,ultradyne

yes.

saw justin berkovi at laundry in 2002. He physically destroyed about a dozen records.
truba +

Registered User

truba's Avatar
Joined
May '05
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 70
Thanked 112 Times in 88 Posts
Posts
3,248
cj bolland

https://soundcloud.com/fxxp/cj-bolla...summer-of-love
Blowery +

Registered User

Blowery's Avatar
Joined
Jan '03
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 3
Thanked 11 Times in 10 Posts
Posts
197
Can't believe this guy hasn't gotten a mention. Pretty much his whole back catalog is timeless. I've noticed Dozzy still likes to throw his tracks in amongst more modern contemporaries.

EMMANUEL TOP
MY MIXES

http://https://soundcloud.com/jaiwatson
Offbeat +

I Brake for Ants

Offbeat's Avatar
Joined
Sep '03
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 0
Thanked 4 Times in 4 Posts
Posts
1,194
I think someone mentioned him already but I'll throw my hat in the ring for Echoplex.

Does some genuinely awesome, hypnotic and melodic stuff, and is a top bloke too.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZ4V7p9Sm3s

Also Fanon Flowers. Some of his stuff is quite caustic, but you get the odd one that's just awesome

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHRkWfq6BYQ

This collab between Denham and Flowers is probably my fav "forgotten" track, prefer to pitch these last 2 down a little

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjsoxP-LEcg
Technoid Sounds for Collapsing People
Bruno from Burwood +

Registered User

Bruno from Burwood's Avatar
Joined
Mar '11
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 16
Thanked 328 Times in 253 Posts
Posts
1,698
HMC hardly needs an introduction here but given that he is probably still our finest techno export, and an Australian, it almost goes without saying that he is under-appreciated (a trend that has been discontinued which I'm crediting to Nina Kraviz - he recently played Panorama Bar according to the Berghain thread).

http://www.discogs.com/artist/DJ+HMC


Going to leave it with the obvious bombs.

Media Player

Media Player


Check out Juice Records soundcloud for newer stuff: https://soundcloud.com/juice-records-australia


I've found a few old mixes too:



Mix details (HMC is first 90 minutes or so): http://www.mixesdb.com/w/2007-06-08_...ide,_Australia
My mixes:

Bruno Orso’s Sunrise Over Tocumwal, 28 January 2012
Track list

Orso's Sounds of the Tunnel Vol 1, December 2013
Bruno from Burwood +

Registered User

Bruno from Burwood's Avatar
Joined
Mar '11
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 16
Thanked 328 Times in 253 Posts
Posts
1,698
Also found some G-Man sets (which I have not listed to yet).







My mixes:

Bruno Orso’s Sunrise Over Tocumwal, 28 January 2012
Track list

Orso's Sounds of the Tunnel Vol 1, December 2013
Bruno from Burwood +

Registered User

Bruno from Burwood's Avatar
Joined
Mar '11
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 16
Thanked 328 Times in 253 Posts
Posts
1,698
Mind was a little blown when I was reading an interview with Matt Edwards (Radio Slave) and he referred to Colin McBean, Mr G, as being half of The Advent. While I'm yet to come across Advent material that really interests me, and I'm certainly open to suggestions, it means McBean has been a seriously relevant part of the techno landscape for the best part of 20 years.

http://www.discogs.com/artist/Colin+McBean


I seriously rate the Mr G stuff.
My mixes:

Bruno Orso’s Sunrise Over Tocumwal, 28 January 2012
Track list

Orso's Sounds of the Tunnel Vol 1, December 2013

Last edited by Bruno from Burwood: 30-Jun-13 at 08:20am

jootsiejuice +

I'm a cowboy...

jootsiejuice's Avatar
Joined
Dec '01
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 4
Thanked 169 Times in 105 Posts
Posts
9,303
He left The Advent like 15 years ago.
AS001

AS002
patrickbateman +

the devil's son

patrickbateman's Avatar
Joined
Jun '09
Times thanked
<
Thanks: 6,378
Thanked 2,293 Times in 1,263 Posts
Posts
6,439
schatrax

Media Player

Media Player

Media Player

Media Player

Media Player
Page 1 of 2
Reply

« Previous Thread Next Thread »

Posting Rules

+
    • You may not post new threads
    • You may not post replies
    • You may not post attachments
    • You may not edit your posts