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Re: Any clubbing scientists out there?

Post by mrgarci1 » Jun 29 2009 3:43pm

Scissor sisters ftw.

Crossposting from the "2nd class citizen thread" b/c it's extremely relevant to here:
Last night, I pulled what may have been a first in the US - I rode my ebike to a nightclub. I was fully expecting and prepared to feel like a second-class citizen, but it actually worked out pretty well. I got some looks rolling up, but I just locked up to a fence in the parking structure next to the valet booth, gave the valet a couple bucks to "keep an eye on 'er", and was off to the dancefloor. Granted, if I had been trying to bring someone home, this would not have worked as well ;).
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Re: Any clubbing scientists out there?

Post by TylerDurden » Jun 29 2009 10:35pm

Clubbing pre-scientists = nerdcore? :mrgreen:

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Re: Any clubbing scientists out there?

Post by Dee Jay » Jun 29 2009 11:07pm

mrgarci1 wrote:Last night, I pulled what may have been a first in the US - I rode my ebike to a nightclub. I was fully expecting and prepared to feel like a second-class citizen, but it actually worked out pretty well. I got some looks rolling up, but I just locked up to a fence in the parking structure next to the valet booth, gave the valet a couple bucks to "keep an eye on 'er", and was off to the dancefloor. Granted, if I had been trying to bring someone home, this would not have worked as well ;).
Too bad Japan trains and subways don't allow bicycles, would've been nice to cruise to and from the beach parties on hot summer nights. Taxis are rare in the area at dawn.. many times, I had to stagger my drunk ass back to the station about 4 miles away for the first train home. FYI Drunk riding is not dangerous, it's just impossible ! LOLOLOLO 1

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For the sake of relevancy

Post by Dee Jay » Jun 29 2009 11:36pm

Don't have any new mixes but I will share a mix I'm sure you all will enjoy.

It will be posted for a limited time so get it while you can.

And no, I won't say who mixed it simply because I'm :mrgreen: with envy. :lol:

Life is good 8)

J


http://home.catv.ne.jp/ss/a1b2c3d4/44mb.mp3

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Re: Any clubbing scientists out there?

Post by mrgarci1 » Jun 30 2009 8:25am

I wanted to share this mix with you guys as well - not mine, but I was listening to it last night and almost crapped my pants.

This is done by Krafty Kuts (for the first hour) & Judge Jules - Krafty is my DJ hero, I'm not gay, but I'd swing for him if he asked haha.

Give it a listen and prepare to be amazed.

Download:
http://rapidshare.com/files/250167978/C ... _01_13.mp3
(click "free user")

This was streaming live last night from BCM club in Magaluf, on Majorca, an island off the coast of Spain. Amazing what the internet can do - we can now be "in the club" from half a world away.

Also, for those who are interested, the same radio station will be streaming Tiesto live from BCM on Wed July 8 - I can post the link if you want.
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OK! I'M BACK!

Post by Dee Jay » Sep 07 2009 9:34pm

-Been watching lots of boxing on the tube,

-Weather had cooled off, Thank Bob, so we've been having BBQs lately.

-Death in wife's family, RIP...

-Did some sailing, now itching to buy a 14 or 15 foot Yamaha or Laser dinghy sailboat

*ZERO PROGRESS on my Precious Cargo Bike.

-Been downloading teras of awesome movies lately !

My No.1 fave Apocalypse Now Redux

2. Terminator Salvation

3. Iron Man

4. 21

5. Departures

6. Die Hard 4

7. Mad Max 1 & 2

8. Star Trek 2009! Last one on my list because its a hidden camera bootleg and took me some time to find as I ended up downloading the porn version with characters called Captain Cock, Jackoff, Boner, and Lieutenant Awhora. *cackle*

Been looking for "Black Hawk Down" but kept getting "Black Cock Down"

So I gave up on movies and searched the latest Black Eyed Peas dance tracks but kept getting "Black Guy Pees"

LOL!

whatever :mrgreen:
J

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Re: Any clubbing scientists out there?

Post by amberwolf » Sep 08 2009 4:51am

Worked my way thru this thread from the start... All of your mix links are deader than doornails. :(

And even though it's replying to a post from way way back, just wanted to say that I kind of miss my Vic20, it's superslow cassette tape drive, and the awful reboots I used to get on it from the power glitches we always had in rural northeast Texas....ok, I don't actually miss THOSE, because they always happened right after I'd gotten 99% of the way thru typing in some program. ;)

I think after a while, I used it to play the cartridge game Omega Race more than anything else. :roll:


I'm really curious what the mixes were like....being a (bad) musician/composer, I like to hear what others do; it's always interesting, even when it's not my "style". :)

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Re: Any clubbing scientists out there?

Post by flip_normal » Sep 08 2009 5:47pm

Hey Dee Jay good to see your broadening your cultural horizons er? uhm? I think. :? :oops:

Anyways publish some torrents already, bung the old mixes on 'da bay'!

I been ODing on m83 lately.

Esp. this one.....(requires volume).....full version better.


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Re: Any clubbing scientists out there?

Post by Reid Welch » Sep 08 2009 10:00pm

I'm in one of those "reid-ish" moods....

PUCK YOU ALL, you little Dicked "clubbing scientists", all so YESTERDAY.


P.I.S.
(Puck IS reid)

Ha ha!
http://www.poetrycritical.net/read/57923/
annnd:
http://www.endless-sphere.com/forums/vi ... 63#p190663

It's all magic, is what it is. And my mortal-self is dying by slow degrees.
Won't one of you take on my Puck-Spirit and play the next round of games?
Be young and live forever! Friends!

Puck you all,

Reid
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Re: Any clubbing scientists out there?

Post by Dee Jay » Sep 08 2009 11:08pm

flip_normal wrote:Hey Dee Jay good to see your broadening your cultural horizons er? uhm? I think. :? :oops:
Say whut ??

Pardon me, Mary, but I ain't ]]] broadening [[[ anything.

Read the sign-----> "EXIT ONLY"

I ain't no Gay-Bob !

LOL!
flip_normal wrote:Anyways publish some torrents already, bung the old mixes on 'da bay'!

I been ODing on m83 lately.
M83 sounds good. I'm sure I can work some into my mixes.

My mixes on The Pirate Bay... now why didn't I think of that ? Good call!

Stand by for a mix update, sweethearts !

J

jk Reid :lol:

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Old mix up!

Post by Dee Jay » Sep 08 2009 11:54pm

Here's my old trance mix that I forgot I had in my archive. I'm pretty sure I haven't played it here on ES.

http://home.catv.ne.jp/ss/a1b2c3d4/DO_4_edit.mp3

EDIT

amberwolf: I heard your music and really liked it, keep it up!

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Re: Old mix up!

Post by Reid Welch » Sep 09 2009 12:04am

double post in error...erase this remnant, please?

oaf mix up!

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Re: Old mix up!

Post by Reid Welch » Sep 09 2009 12:06am

Reid Welch wrote:
Dee Jay wrote:Here's my old trance mix that I forgot I had in my archive. I'm pretty sure I haven't played it here on ES.

http://home.catv.ne.jp/ss/a1b2c3d4/DO_4_edit.mp3

EDIT amberwolf: I heard your music and really liked it, keep it up!
HERE is my trans-time MIX:

Pagan Dee Jay,
may the Gods of Dead Disco awake in the bright of day,
and renew your crops forever!



Cheers, and best to all--to all a good Life!

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Re: Old mix up!

Post by amberwolf » Sep 09 2009 3:16am

Dee Jay wrote:Here's my old trance mix that I forgot I had in my archive. I'm pretty sure I haven't played it here on ES.

http://home.catv.ne.jp/ss/a1b2c3d4/DO_4_edit.mp3
I don't listen to much music like this.. and despite my own music's repetitititititititiveness, I kinda got irritated by the cymbal bits (my Asperger's makes me ultra-irritable at certain sound patterns), when they just kept going on and on over the whole mix (if they were quieter, it would have been ok).

But that's just me and my brain, and not a problem with the mix itself. :)
amberwolf: I heard your music and really liked it, keep it up!
Thanks! Unfortunately I haven't had time or inclination to try doing much of anything lately (year or two), so the ASR88 and the softsynths and SONAR all sit unused. :(

It's your thread, and I don't want to derail it, but which ones did you like most, and why? Or, which ones did you *not* like and why?

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Re: Any clubbing scientists out there?

Post by Dee Jay » Sep 09 2009 11:43pm

amberwolf wrote:It's your thread, and I don't want to derail it, but which ones did you like most, and why? Or, which ones did you *not* like and why?
Can't get into much details at the moment.

I was listening to it on Bluetooth headphones because I was running around doing other things so it was a bit of pain having to walk to my computer to click on the track... I couldn't find a way to play all the tracks continuously on one player. Continuous listening helps me get the feel of the entire album.

First impression was...the choice of sounds are really pleasant. The rhythm is definitely not monotonous. Mysterious but not scary. The kind of music I would put on my family photos & vids (Home DVD).

One of my favorite electronica musicians is Nathan Fake, have you heard his music?

J

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Re: Any clubbing scientists out there?

Post by amberwolf » Sep 10 2009 12:31am

Not yet, but I probably will in a few minutes. ;)

On the opporknockitytunes site you'd have to download the files and play them all in your favorite player. On soundclick if instead of the main page you go to the music page linked above and below the list of songs:
http://www.soundclick.com/bands/default ... tent=music
there's a "hi-fi" play button in the line:
MUSIC > lo-fi > hi-fi | 22 songs available
that will bring up a player window to stream all of them. But it isn't really an "album", just a bunch of songs uploaded in sort-of the order they were created.

I have several dozen hours of music in various states of completion, most of which isn't up on the web anywhere (used to be on MP3.com until they screwed me over the last time, years ago, then they went away).

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Disco

Post by Dee Jay » Sep 12 2009 12:13am

Reid Welch wrote:HERE is my trans-time MIX:

Pagan Dee Jay,
may the Gods of Dead Disco awake in the bright of day,
and renew your crops forever!
Hey Reid,

It took me some time to understand your comments as I was assuming you haven't listened to my mix when you posted it ... I guess you were able to appreciate the Donna Summer - Love To Love You trance remix. She was indeed the Disco Goddess! Not God. Unless of course you know something I don't ! :oops:

IMO, disco never died, it just trance-formed. Back in the day, I to used shop for vinyl at a dance record shop owned by gays. I brought my buddy there one day for the first time and he hollered, "yo where are your disco records at?" The gay DJ / cashier was behind the decks spinning music and he said "DISCO"? ! Nobody calls it disco anymore! It's called 'Hi NRG' now, man!" Cool points off... :oops:

How did you like the Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence movie theme trance remix ?

J

PS: And you are right, I am Pagan whether I want to be or not. :D

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Instant Replay

Post by Dee Jay » Nov 10 2009 9:57pm

Nope, not a new mix, sorry.

But my post on this thread -
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http://www.endless-sphere.com/forums/vi ... 57#p210157

- inspired me to dig up yet another old mix which contains an X-press 2 & David Bryne song "Lazy" along with many other great tracks.

It's a shorter mix than my usual one hour and ten+ minutes mixes and I cut it even shorter to 50 minutes to get a better quality at just under 50 mb. The last song got a bit too dark anyway...

Prease Enjoy & Happy Friday!

http://home.catv.ne.jp/ss/a1b2c3d4/lazy_edit.mp3

EDIT: :oops: Woops, got some glitches on this file... or is it just my 'puter ? :oops: :oops:

will upload a better file soon.

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Best damn music video. Ever.

Post by Dee Jay » Nov 11 2009 8:02pm

I never laughed so hard in my life. :lol:


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Re: Any clubbing scientists out there?

Post by mrgarci1 » Feb 15 2010 11:33am

howdy lads, I have a HOT new mixtape that I've been collaborating on with another dj, and I'd love you to take a listen and tell me what you think:


http://soundcloud.com/djtai/t-a-i-vs-wa ... ear-future
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Re: Any clubbing scientists out there?

Post by Dee Jay » Feb 19 2010 7:58pm

Hey, nice mix! And great tracks! Thanks for contributing to this podcast thread.

Been a bit busy with my laptop. Baby dropped it, so I fixed it...then AC adapter fails (under warrantee) ..fix one thing, something else falls apart. Laptops are useless without AC adapters

I also have a new mix in the works, will upload soon.

And I'll be getting into my hub motor repair project very soon.

J

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Re: Any clubbing scientists out there?

Post by graemebc » Feb 20 2010 7:22pm

Two mixes from wax from when I used to play out till a couple of years ago when I quit full time dj'ing. 1st one is underground house in a bumping style. Think Grant Nelson, Ben Watts or Naked Music style. 2nd one is more funky house.

http://www.mediafire.com/?ttt0d2i0z4q

http://www.mediafire.com/?jijjmgdvtz2

Cheers

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Re: Any clubbing scientists out there?

Post by 1000w » Feb 22 2010 3:06am

I have always loved that "Push the tempo" clip.
Thanks for reminding me.
Cheers,
Matt.P.

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Re: Any clubbing scientists out there?

Post by mrgarci1 » Mar 01 2010 5:03pm

So me and my dj partner are feeling prolific lately - here's another mix we put together over the last 2 weeks:

http://soundcloud.com/djtai/t-a-i-vs-wa ... -your-face

as always, your thoughts are appreciated :)
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Re: Any clubbing scientists out there?

Post by mrgarci1 » Jun 22 2010 11:53am

http://soundcloud.com/djwav4rm/close-yo ... your-mouth


I told you we were feeling prolific :)
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