GHT027 DJ Shiva

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Tracklist

  1. Fr33k – Death Alley (Julliet Remix) [Login Records]
  2. Wandler – Get Together (Jonas Kopp Remix) [KumQuat]
  3. Oliver Dodd – Porter [Tulipa]
  4. Pjotr G & Dubiosity – Clangor [Gynoid]
  5. Unbalance – Unbalance#3.1 [Unbalance]
  6. Exium – DragN [PoleGroup]
  7. Bleak – Excess [Deeply Rooted House]
  8. Skat – Intolerance (Jonas Kopp Remix) [Technorama]
  9. DVS1 – Evolve [Hush]
  10. Jack Mackrel – Brown Sheet [Scope]
  11. Karenn – Sailing Solvents [Sheworks]
  12. Perc – Pure & Simple [Sleaze]
  13. Pfirter – Fractales [Mindtrip]
  14. Cubix – Rasp [unreleased]
  15. Israel Toledo – Antibiotik (Luis Flores Remix) [Strawberry Digital Made]
  16. Adam Jay – Inward [Chroma]
  17. E. Pravdica – It’s Not Fair [Naked Lunch]
  18. James Ruskin & Mark Broom – Erotic Misery [Blueprint]
  19. Reeko – The Guest [Mental Disorder]
  20. A-Brothers – Basement Rocker (Audio Injection Remix) [Hybrid Confusion]
  21. Jonas Kopp – Green Fingers [Deeply Rooted House]

City

Indianapolis, IN

Affiliations

317techno / Gynoid Audio / Chroma Recordings / Slap Jaxx

How did you get into DJing?

I started DJing in 1995 and seriously producing in 2004. I am mostly concerned with melting brains and rearranging atoms. I like to think of it as confrontational techno with some funk in the trunk.

Present/Future

Right now I have a forthcoming release co-written with Adam Jay on Translucent with remixes by Mattias Fridell and Ground Loop.

My main project right now is SUBterror Radio, my weekly show at http://www.subterror-radio.com and some other radio projects in the planning stages. You can hear selected archives of the show here: http://soundcloud.com/djshiva

Lately, I’ve been enjoying just doing what I love best: selecting amazing music and playing it on a regular basis.

GHT026 RV17

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Tracklist

  1. Segmento 5 – Reeko
  2. Hypnotic Regression (Edit-Select Remix) – Mark Broom
  3. The Surgeon General (No Child Left Behind) – Rrose
  4. Sliotar (Silent Servent Remix) – Edit-Select
  5. Punto kokous (Edit Select Remix) – Ness & Rasmus Hedlund
  6. White Lines – Fabrizio Lapiana
  7. Diagnostic Imaging – Ness
  8. Orion – Deepbass
  9. Asayita 2 – Abdulla Rashim
  10. Hagagatan – Svreca
  11. Nil (Schermate Remix) – Deepbass
  12. Cilindro (Ness Hypno Rework) – George Paar
  13. Segmento 1 – Reeko

City

the Ribble Valley (British countryside)

How did you get into DJing?

I’ve always loved music especially from around the age of 17 when I started going to good clubs here in the UK like Gatecrasher, Sankeys, The Attic, The Music Box and Back to Basics.

I always wanted some decks at that age but could never afford them at the time. My friend got a pair of Technics for his 21st birthday, this was the first time I ever had a go at trying to mix but nothing serious. It wasn’t until 3 years ago I got some turntables of my own at which stage I was really into the Deep House sound and that’s what I started mixing with.

What is your preferred method of playing?

Personally I use Technics MK5 1210 turntables & Traktor Scratch Pro and I like both vinyl and digital formats. With so much good music out right now it’s easier on the wallet to buy my music digitally.

Present/Future

I spend a lot of time searching for new music but DJ’ing is just a hobby, I’ve only ever done one gig before and that was last year for a mates birthday. Sadly I don’t get much time to practice because of the neighbours. In the future I’d like to get more time behind the decks, maybe start a night of my own and dabble in some production.

GHT025 Tisdale

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Tracklist

  1. George Fitzgerald – Child
  2. Atnarko, Sam Mollison – Thinking Of You (Pezzner’s Remix / Fred Everything Re-Dub)
  3. Chaos In The CBD – Dusty Sundays (Jack Dixon Remix)
  4. Joel Alter – Early Birds
  5. Jichael Mackson – Gedons
  6. Ramiro Lopez – Brunch in Guadalmar (Evans & Waterfall remix)
  7. Pablo Bolivar – Magnum (Tigerskin Remix)
  8. Rainer – 8000 Feet Up (Shaun Reeves & Tale of Us Edit)
  9. Guy Gerber, Varoslav, dOP – The Fire Within
  10. Round Two – New Day feat. Andy Caine (Club Vocal Mix)

City

San Francisco

How did you get into DJing?

I got into producing about 2 years ago with Ableton Suite.

Some of the best moments of my entire life, times where I have felt to be at the pinnacle of my existance, have been dancing with my friends to this kind of music, particularily deeper minimal/house. Having so much bass in this kind of music enables a very rare and intimate form of collective joy with those around you, because you’re all simultaneously moving together while not just hearing the music, but (more importantly IMO) you’re also feeling it together. That’s been my experience with it, and being as touched as I am, and because of musics over all capabilities for my personal growth, I feel the need to contribute. I feel the need for others to have these feelings that music makes me have when I’m dancing with those dear to me. So I bought Ableton.

What is your preferred method of playing?

I’ve only ever DJ’d with Ableton + APC 40. As I just mentioned, I got into Ableton for producing, I’m much more interested in producing than I am in DJing, but I certainly love to DJ. I’m still pretty new with production and everyone can hear it, but over all I improve in leaps and bounds with every new track I make. They’re all on my soundcloud page, soundcloud.com/tisdale

That being said, after learning production basics in Ableton, I just kind of inherently knew how to DJ based on everything I had already learned, so why not put it to use? Oh, also I made this mix “live” in my room in one shot with said software/hardware.

Present/Future

I’ve recently begun my most exciting musical venture called “WHAT?” with Trevor Sigler, Joe Pickett, and Dima, which is every wednesday at 222 hyde from 7 to midnight. I’m enjoying DJing but am even more passionate about making music and learning. I would love a mentor who’s well versed in production that might want to take on a n00b 🙂 Also if you like my mix and want me to DJ for you, just ask, I’d love that!

GHT024 Jason Kendig

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Ed.Ward

Tracklist

  1. waruban ghost – taron-trekka
  2. when you play – sascha rydell
  3. montage – mike dehnert
  4. cctv nation (slam mix) – slam vs. the black dog
  5. clean slate (dvs1 remix) – darko esser
  6. sphinx – marcel fengler
  7. a test (kink remix) – owain k
  8. strange things are afoot (conforce remix) – chymera
  9. native dub – l.b. dub corp
  10. sensual – joachim spieth
  11. innerstate – steve parker
  12. m10 – mike dehnert
  13. boom room – shed
  14. soulspeak (shed remix) – basic soul unit
  15. mojave – kangding ray
  16. futureproofing – actress

Affilitations

dj at honey soundsystem (released music on hnytrx, ecstasy records, mr. intl records and untitled & after)

City

San Francisco

How did you get into DJing?

i started buying techno and house 12″around 1994 being inspired by the dj’s i was seeing at the underground parties taking place in detroit. that insatiable desire to hunt down music hasn’t diminished 18 years later. only the means to to do so has evolved.

What is your preferred method of playing?

i still lug around bags of vinyl to gigs but also play cd’s. the one thing that hasn’t changed is a tendency for being over prepared for a gig.

Present/Future

i currently dj around san francisco and beyond and help throw a weekly sunday night party with the honey soundsystem crew. on the side i continue to hone my production skills. coming up very shortly i’ve got a remix being put out collaboratively on 12″ between honey soundsystem & cocktail d’amore. it’s a song called “face love anew” by stereogamous featuring the vocal talents of shaun j wright. definitely check it out!

GHT023 Poty Pompom

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Tracklist

  1. Atom – Interferenz 1
  2. Brendon Moeller – Welcome
  3. 
Margaret Dygas – 37 Min To 7
  4. 
Horror Inc – The Vanishing
  5. Squad – Laboratory (Original Mix)
  6. 
Mara Trax – Murphy’s Laugh
  7. 
Glitterbug – Abyss
  8. Portable – Life Magically Is
  9. Deepbass – Orion (Ness Nebula Remix)
  10. Brendon Moeller – Far Out
  11. 
Ascion – Repitch 000.1- Untitled 1
  12. Brendon Moeller – Wanderer
  13. 
The Analog Roland Orchestra – Memoryman

City

Madrid

How did you get into DJing?

Desde niño me sentía atraído por los sonidos electrónicos y fui creciendo interesándome por todo lo que conlleva la electrónica, rodeándome siempre de gente que entiende el concepto de la música electrónica como arte. Siempre suelo estar mas en la pista de baile que trabajando como Dj , adquiriendo conocimientos y asistiendo siempre a todo tipo de festivales como “Sonar” , clubs como “Florida 135″ ademas de Raves y conciertos. Siempre he tratado y he conseguido relacionarme con profesionales , de los cuales he aprendido a jugar, y actuar como Dj en alguna ocasión. Desde hace dos años participo una vez al mes en una emisora de radio de Belgica ” Radio Panik” donde emiten mis Sets. para mi siempre ha sido muy importante el concepto de un set, tratando de crear historias y sentimientos . es lo que me gusta ofrecer . He tenido la ocasión de jugar en festivales independientes de moda “MIDE” y en algún que otro evento cultural.

Since childhood I was attracted by electronic sounds and I grew up being interested in everything that involves electronics, always around me people who understand the concept of electronic music as art. Whenever I’m usually more on the dance floor than working as a DJ, gaining knowledge and always attending to all kinds of festivals such as “Sonar” clubs as “Florida 135” in addition to Raves and concerts. I have always tried and I got to interact with professionals, of which I learned to play, and act as a DJ on occasion. Participated for two years once a month on a Belgian radio station “Radio Panik” where my issue Sets. for me has always been very important to the concept of a set, trying to create stories and feelings. is what I like to offer. I had the chance to play in independent fashion festivals “MIDE” and the odd cultural event.

What is your preferred methid of playing?

Tuve la suerte de tener maestros de la vieja escuela que pinchaban con vinilos y aprendí a jugar con ellos, aunque actualmente uso el traktor pro 2

I use Traktor Pro 2 with a Traktor S4 mixer.

GHT022 Trevor Sigler

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Tracklist

  1. Obey Your Aul – Jay Shepheard, Martin Dawson
  2. Sepia Tones – Nik Frattaroli
  3. Innocent – Samu.l
  4. Shakes (Haikvah Remix) – Nadja Lind
  5. Amicdhala (Piek Remix – Affkt & Samuel Dan
  6. OClock (Gerd’s Deep Mix) – Okain
  7. Butter Face – Liex
  8. Matters – &Me
  9. Hope – Mri & Reig
  10. Far Away (Mike Shannon In A Galaxy Far Far Away Remix) – Re.you
  11. Need Electric – Daniel Avery

City

San Francisco

Present and Future

I recently graduated from art school with a Bachelor Of Science Degree in Audio Production. I have been DJ’ing for about 2 1/2 years and producing for 3 1/2. I like to make jokes and funny faces. I also love living in San Francisco. I think as far as music goes, the city as a whole is pretty spoiled with options. I like to exploit those options.

For this mix I chose a darker (subjective) selection then I would normally choose, but they are all still true to my sound. I hope you guys enjoy what this mix has to offer! Please feel free to send me feedback.

Editor’s note

Trevor kinda neglected to plug his album, so I will. Check out & buy the album from Trevor’s Bandcamp page.

GHT021 Juan Ramos

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Tracklist

  1. Tom Ellis – Specific Threat
  2. Adam Marshall – For Melvin
  3. Canary Fontaine and Zippy – Clothes Horses
  4. Daze Maxim – Orbiting Closely
  5. Taron Trekka – Krass Und Zick
  6. Jonas Kopp – Dangerous
  7. Marcello Napoletano – Lazz del sottopassagio
  8. I Love Hugh – Awanto 3
  9. Lucretio – Where You
  10. Oliver Deutschmann – Gimme Some Love
  11. Mr. G – Pulsez
  12. marsmatic 700 – prespun
  13. Crystal Bois (Sex Tags Mania) – Can You Handle The Acid!
  14. Fast Eddie – Git On Up (The Tyree Cooper Mix)
  15. Special Request – Deflowered (Kassem Mosse & Mix Mup Remix)
  16. Ordinary Folk – Out Of The Darkness
  17. Slammode – Virtual Reality 124!!!
  18. Weed People – Spirit Drum II
  19. Marcelus – Sulfuric
  20. Armando – Radikal Bitch (London Fierce Pussy Mix)
  21. Redshape – On Da Floor
  22. C.L.A.W.S. – Glass Monkey
  23. Italojohnson – Untitled (ITJ005)
  24. Omar S and Kai Alce – Not Phazed

City

Oxford, CT

How did you get into djing?

I started playing around with production when I was 11 or 12 with a software called DM2 I believe. Haven’t stopped ever since. I started out playing off a laptop but I’ve taken up playing vinyl exclusively instead. I occasionally bring some CD’s out as well. The recording set up was very basic (it’s all we can get in the forest) Two turntables. 1 CD player, a Behringer mixer and my Abelton Live to capture the audio.

Present/Future

I am simply floating around these days, occasionally playing parties in Brooklyn a few times a year for the Sunrise Over Monitor kids. Looking forward to playing for some fresh faces before the end of the year and generally I’m just looking to have lots of fun!

GHT020 Charley Ten

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BerettaMusic/OpenBordersLounge (Detroit/Telepresent)

Tracklist

  1. quantec – easing of tension
  2. sterac – the secret lives of machines (dub 2)
  3. niro – agachoo – fred p reshape
  4. pulshar – kms – pablo bolivar space edit
  5. white label
  6. matams – the hills – stefan weise remix
  7. pete moss – late night up north (wink interpretation)
  8. lori asano – bloom
  9. white label – Untitled
  10. luke hess – slow to speak
  11. oliver huntemann – melbourne
  12. steven weise – dualism)
  13. harvey mckay – the message
  14. moodymanc – omlette (dplay remix)

How did you get into djing?

I am an intermedia artist who has been utilizing dj sets for over a decade to lure listeners into a sensorial state of deep rhythmic and melodic abandon. I’m thoroughly obsessed with collecting and playing with all the different types of deep sounds that the universe has to offer.

After a hearty career of fledgling undergrounding, I got involved with various crews throwing parties in Los Angeles in 1998 and by the year 2000 I had already amassed a sizable collection of deep wax. After finishing fashion school, I got a job with Ovum Recordings from 2003-2005 in marketing and promotions. It was really great experience getting to help out with Ovum shows around the states and especially at WMC. In mid 2004 I met one of the founders of BerettaMusic, Ryski, as we were constantly running into each other at gigs in Southern California. 2005 was the first year I attended DEMF, and became great friends with the rest of the Beretta Crew. I have been integrally involved with the label ever since. I started the deep podcast “Distance Over Time” (http://feeds.feedburner.com/distance_over_time) in March of 2009 which serves as a broader musical framework for Beretta artists to contextualize their work within and also as a gourmet supplement to their personal musical visions.

What is your preferred method of playing?

My ideal setup employs vinyl and serato scratch live with a kontrol x-1 on technics and all routed through a xone mixer – this is setup I created my GaysHateTechno mix with.

www.charleyten.com
www.berettamusic.com
www.openborderslounge.com
http://feeds.feedburner.com/distance_over_time
http://soundcloud.com/distance-over-time-pod
http://www.urbnnsnnds.com

GHT019 Dizzy Jee

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Tracklist

  1. Wadsworth – Lime & Pink
  2. Unknown – Basic Channel Promo
  3. Miss Fitz – Colici (Sascha Dive’s Dark Beat Mix)
  4. Ryo Murakami – Down The Sky (Argy Remix)
  5. Dj Slip – Available Light (Franco Cinelli Mix)
  6. Nina Kraviz – I’m gonna get you
  7. Djebali – Reputation (Original Mix)
  8. Anthea & Celler – Ceadmon Loop (Original Mix)
  9. Romero & Jauregui – Growing (Sante Remix)
  10. Steve Parker – Interstate (Original Mix)
  11. Paperclip People – 4 my Peepz (Dubfire Rework)
  12. Laurent Garnier ft LBS Crew – Jacques in the Box (Original Mix)

City

Brussels, Belgium

How did you get into djing?

I started collecting records beginning of the 90’s, every single place visited was good to find records.
Quickly this passion grew and I’ve started to play in radio shows for the late night programs where only the addicted were tuning on to listen to some new amazing sounds.
In 2004, I started to play in Brussels (Belgium) from bars to bars and parties to parties.
In 2006, I landed at Le Belgica (in Brussels downtown gay district). It is the first dj bar in Brussels, where they filter beats and vibes for more than 24 years now. They have a great sound system and an absolutely amazing crowd ready to party!
These left me some really good memories of best parties ever like the annuals street parties or the special events where the bar and the street are over crowded!
Beside Le Belgica, I’ve spinned records around Belgium either for private parties in some amazing location like castles, met amazing people like all the Russian advertising crew for the Martini photo shoot; or played in some club that have true soul like Cafe Capital (Antwerp) or Brussels T Dance the Sundays afternoon (organized by the Naughty Team).

Present/Future

Check the agenda on dizzyjee.com to find me where i’m spinning records.
Website : http://www.dizzyjee.com
Facebook Page : http://www.facebook.com/dizzyjeepage
Soundcloud : http://soundcloud.com/dizzyjee
Mixcloud : http://www.mixcloud.com/dizzyjee/
Podomatic : http://dizzyjee.podomatic.com

GHT018 Davide Gualandi

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Tracklist

  1. Object – 113
  2. Mika Vainio – Ensimmäinen Valo
  3. Claudio PRC – Horizon
  4. Shifted – More Static
  5. Unam Zetineb 12″ (Marco Piovesan Remix)
  6. AnD – b1
  7. Polar Inertia – Sole Star
  8. Battles – Inchworm (Silent Servant Remix)
  9. Tom Dicicco – Night Erosion (Original Mix)
  10. Deepbass & Ness – Proximity
  11. Framework – Flatland (Luis Flores Remix)
  12. Perc – Submit
  13. Brian Sanhaji & Drumcell – Split (Dub Version)
  14. Perc – Gonkle (Bitten By The Black Dog)
  15. Mark Broom – M28 (Truncate Remix)
  16. Subjected – 008 B V1
  17. Gianluca Angelini – Nemesis (Conrad Van Orton Rebuilding)

City

Brooklyn, NY

How did you get into djing?

I’ve been making mixes for people for about 8 years. Traktor just makes it stupidly easy to fool around with music and whether you’re playing with techno or ambient music, there’s always something rewarding about looping and stacking sounds on top of each other. I understand method is everything in art, so I will avoid saying I’m a “dj” to save myself from the stale conversation around the definition of “dj labor”. I just love these records. I’m not making a dime pressing these buttons.

I was a music writer for a magazine called Blow Up for many years and for most of those years I thought I’d always be on the listening side of the spectrum, never really getting my hands dirty. Attending techno stuff in NYC and in Berlin last year has inspired this anti-midlife-crisis phase where I have an itch to actually put stuff out there. We’ll see how it develops.

What is your preferred method of playing?

It’s all Traktor. Like a real poser.

Present/Future

I’m making podcast stuff for other friends running sites/parties. That’s about it.

GHT017Live Warbear

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GEGEN BERLIN

City

Berlin

How did you get into djing and producing?

Long story. To make it short, I came out from punk and found myself into promotion of big illegal rave parties in Italy and Europe. I spent all of the nineties creating contexts on where to set dance and techno free on a d.i.y. base. After 20 years I felt the desire to release the absorbtion of musics, images and thoughts into performing it. This is how i came up to dj and funnily enough this moment was convergent to my coming out.

What is your preferred method of playing

Toward digital I would say and I would love to bring the discussion out of a bipolarised dialectics between the sad tropics of an analogic warm sound’s lost purism and the digital designed engineering of the information market. I’d invite to mix every source up and find your own individual way to comunicate, being it a mega set up or a simple two traktor decks in synch. Personally speaking I do not consider myself a dj but a writer bringing my rethorics to a synesthesic experience as my formation is social-anthropology and I work and teach in the queer studies and cultures of conflicts field. So it is about multiplyting languages to expand identities and life visions. It is about you as the filter and it is about the crowd as active response. It is about spaces and times crisis. It is about otherness. It is about liberation.

Present/Future

Well I am co-producing this bi-monthly event in Berlin that became an incredible expereince in one of the biggest and sexually liberating spaces in Berlin called KitKat Club. I am working with JopRec artist Fernando Poo and the label owner Konik Polny and I might start some collaboration in the future the new born techno roman label Black Sam Records.

To give you a meaning of what i think about queer spaces i’ll post you some of the gegen manifesto i wrote one year ago to define the party:

☯ GEGEN MANIFESTO ☯
Against yourself. Around queer narratives.

Gegen is a complex word in German because it has two opposite meanings.

Historically speaking it means “against”, signifying all the counter cultural movements since the very beginning of youth cultures but if you apply the word to time, it means “around”. One meaning is closed, defined in terms of space. The other is open and undefined in terms of time. In the contemporary moment the idea of “enemy” — in which a thought and an action can be identifiable as “against” — is not there and is not clear anymore as power relationships changed through the development of post-modernism. And this gave space to markets to regenerate themselves through the queer-counter cultural movements by producing an oligopoly of empty events repeating themselves until their fast extinction and in the same time by crystallising the institutionalisation of big “queer meccas” which exercise more and more power on the scene. This process is verifiable in Berlin as the incubator of new world trends in the arts of entertainment.

This basic tension gives the spaces and the times for a new proposal to blossom from the ashes of the historical and infamous queer techno party called “SABOT°AGE BERLIN” which characterised fades of mutation in some of the wildest Friedricshain nights. The aim is playing with the solitude of the political meaning of GEGEN as a suicidal mechanism of the “self” or the sublime crisis of enemy subtraction as the aggression of dialectics. A linguistic game of pop art where the semantic putsch of “Gegen” becomes the broken mirror of its own impossibilities. The electric fear to find oneself multiple by being against oneself and unrecognisable. The dangers of being desireful in a psycho dramatic performance. The political practice of hallucinatory love to defy hate as antagonistic, identitarian mechanism.

Perceiving the idea of community as a demagogic form for bigger powers like religions, societies and markets to exercise their violence with the fake flag of politically correct partecipation, we do not wish to design a party just to give you a safe space and protection. We are not selling you the possibility to be “queer” for one night. We want to expose you to your own fears and pleasures by pushing you to understand how your own power mechanisms are produced. This is why we invite you to be GEGEN by performing your psychosis, by being the enemy of yourself, by thinking and being out of b/order and by destroying every rational thought.

www.warbear.com
www.facebook.com/iamwarbear
http://www.facebook.com/gegenbln
www.gegenberlin.com

Photo by Aghia Sophie.

GHT016 Charley Ten

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BerettaMusic/OpenBordersLounge (Detroit/Telepresent)

Tracklist

  1. Sunkiss – Lesson Du Vox
  2. Conforce – Digital Affair
  3. Lemon Tree – Upwellings
  4. white label – untitled
  5. Lowtek Soundsystem – Stella Polaris
  6. Pablo Bolivar – Vibration
  7. Mihai Popoviciu – View From The Outside
  8. Arthur Oskan – Sentimental (feat. Jesse Somfay)
  9. white label – Untitled
  10. H.O.S.H. – Steppenwolf (Jerome Sydenham’s Blacktro Dub)
  11. Marc Romboy & Stephan Bodzin – Oberon (Ribn Remix)
  12. Monty Luke – Futura (Luke Hess Remix)
  13. Duke – Regen
  14. white label – untitled
  15. white label – untitled

How did you get into djing?

I am an intermedia artist who has been utilizing dj sets for over a decade to lure listeners into a sensorial state of deep rhythmic and melodic abandon. I’m thoroughly obsessed with collecting and playing with all the different types of deep sounds that the universe has to offer.

After a hearty career of fledgling undergrounding, I got involved with various crews throwing parties in Los Angeles in 1998 and by the year 2000 I had already amassed a sizable collection of deep wax. After finishing fashion school, I got a job with Ovum Recordings from 2003-2005 in marketing and promotions. It was really great experience getting to help out with Ovum shows around the states and especially at WMC. In mid 2004 I met one of the founders of BerettaMusic, Ryski, as we were constantly running into each other at gigs in Southern California. 2005 was the first year I attended DEMF, and became great friends with the rest of the Beretta Crew. I have been integrally involved with the label ever since. I started the deep podcast “Distance Over Time” (http://feeds.feedburner.com/distance_over_time) in March of 2009 which serves as a broader musical framework for Beretta artists to contextualize their work within and also as a gourmet supplement to their personal musical visions.

What is your preferred method of playing?

My ideal setup employs vinyl and serato scratch live with a kontrol x-1 on technics and all routed through a xone mixer – this is setup I created my GaysHateTechno mix with.

Present/Future

This year (2012) at the Detroit Electronic Music Festival, BerettaMusic is proud to present their 10th birthday party which is bound to be legendary. Please feel free to check out all of my current and past projects at:
www.charleyten.com
www.berettamusic.com 
www.openborderslounge.com
http://feeds.feedburner.com/distance_over_time
http://soundcloud.com/distance-over-time-pod

GHT015Live Stereogamous

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Tracklist

  1. The Mole — Even Now Just Us
  2. Terranova Feat Khan — Take My Hand
  3. Stereogamous — Theatre Background
  4. Arandel — In D#3 (Bruno Pronsato Mix)
  5. Efdemin — Farnsworth House
  6. Reflux — Limbo (Click Box Remix)
  7. Black Mirror — Better (Itch-E & Scratche-E Remix)
  8. Giorgio Gigli — Indifferent Sight
  9. Markus Lange & Daniel Dexter — Shooting Tigers
  10. Suspect — Inurface (Stereogamous Mix)
  11. John Tejada — The Living Night
  12. Deepchild — Backroom Dub
  13. Superpitcher — White Lightning
  14. Roman Flügel — Softice
  15. Daniel Bortz — Boyz 2 Men

City

Sydney

How did you get into djing and producing?

Stereogamous came together as a need to inject some future and sexualness into the flacid local scene. We are based in Australia but move around like the seasons. This mix of CDs and vinyl was recorded direct to DAT tape at TROUGH FAGGOT PARTY, our own residency in Melbourne’s legendary sex club 80. It includes one of our own tracks and a remix, plus a bunch of sex positive make out tunes. The next Trough is in April 2012 and then these mens will be playing in the Americas over summer, including Toronto Pride, P-Town and San Francisco. Come and get some.

Present/Future

We have recently collaborated on a track with Shaun J Wright (ex Hercules and Love Affair) which is to be released on Honey Soundsystem record label. We have remixed a plethora of acts, from Kylie to LCD Soundsystem, most recently Light Asylum and Sam Sparro, and are currently collaborating with JD Samson (MEN) and also George Michael on new material.
http://www.soundcloud.com/stereogamous
http://www.troughfaggotparty.com

GHT014 Ben Manzone

Play

Pneumatic Records, Sycorax

Tracklist

  1. Skudge – Convulsion
  2. DBX – losing Control
  3. EQD – Equalized 001
  4. Vril – VU 
  5. Mark Broom – Stag
  6. Planetary Assault System – Rip The Cut
  7. Jeff Mills – The Good Robot
  8. DVS1 – Floating
  9. Christian Bloch – Displace
  10. Robert Hood – The Family
  11. Fanon Flowers – Mode 15
  12. Regis – Cold Water
  13. Joris Voorn – Incident
  14. Derrick May – A Relic
  15. Levon Vincent – Medium Is The Message
  16. Convextion – Miranda
  17. Vainqueur – Emerge 1
  18. Marcel Dettmann –  Kernel
  19. Moritz Von Oswald – Wamatu Beach
  20. Chasing Voices – Acid Bathory
  21. Rhythm & Sound The Love Joys – Best Friend

City

Brooklyn

How did you get into djing and producing?

Djing: I’ve always been into making mixtapes. i remember sitting by the radio as a kid taping songs off the radio and putting it together as a mixtape(first few seconds cut off of songs) , and then in the 90’s trading tapes with friends, and i’ve been told that I make legendary mixtapes so yea……
I’ve been collecting records since my early teens, and then in my late teens early 20’s friends of mine would ask me to play records at their house parties…and that’s basically how it started. I didn’t start to mix or really take it seriously till i started going out to parties in nyc around 2001-02.. I held my first residency and cut my teeth as a disco dj back in 2003 at a party called “Main Ingredients”, and since then i’ve been fortunate enough to have played at: apt, santos party house, passerby, club 205, club love, tribeca grand, and le bain at the standard, 
Producing: I played the drums as a kid, and studied music production/audio engineer in college, but it was daft punk that made me want to produce dance music! ” teachers” is my template! 

What is your preferred method of playing?

vinyl, and a few cd’s

Present/Future

In January 2012 I started a record label with my creative partner Daniel Helmer, and in February we put out our first record: Sycorax “Scrapped & Buttered” ep. It’s currently in stores, and is available to order through our website, or through downtown 304, and it hits shops in the uk/germany next week!
http://pneumaticrecords.com/
You can follow me on Tumblr, and Twitter:
http://djbenguin.tumblr.com/
https://twitter.com/#!/benmanzone
We have a second release planned for the spring, which will have two original Sycorax tracks and remixes by Terekke (L.I.E.S) and Steve Summers (Clone, L.I.E.S)
I also have a Sycorax live PA debut show planned for may 5th at Shea Stadium in Bushwick, Brooklyn..powered by the infamous Bakery Soundsystem…

GHT013 Dj Christian Calson

Play

Baller Beats

Tracklist

  1. Chris Liebing – Analogon (Speedy J Remix)
  2. Siskid – Speak Like a True JFK (Remode & Original)
  3. Chris Liebing & Tommy Four Seven – Bahuaus
  4. Mihalis Safras & Mark Broom – Tru Tru (Paul Ritch & Original)
  5. Badler & Dualtron – Glow (Erphun)
  6. Dubfire – I Feel Speed (Unkle)
  7. Spada & Heanry Saiz – Gloom
  8. Erphun – Katana (Loco & Jam)
  9. Worda – Sensation
  10. Eddie Amador – House Music (Pig & Dan)
  11. Matt Minimal – The Sky Was Green
  12. Erphun – Diatomic (Monoloc)
  13. Yammy Yammy Toyz – Violate (ViMacz 50 Special)
  14. Monoloc – Pumpkin
  15. Traversable Wormhole – Traverling The Asteroid Belt
  16. Chris Liebing – Analogon EP
  17. Luca Bachetti – What Your Soul Sings
  18. Erphun – Secrets
  19. Pig & Dan – The Beast
  20. Daft Punk – Rolling & Scratching
  21. Felix Krocher – Sagt
  22. Chris Liebing – Bangpop
  23. Paul Ritch – Split in the Line (Dubfire)
  24. Matt Minimal – Looper
  25. Chris Liebing – Pucklebop
  26. Pig & Dan – Got to Get Higher
  27. Alfonso Maia – Stereosaurus (Matt Minimal)
  28. Chris Liebing – Waiting for the Rain (Renato Cohen)
  29. Topspin & Matuss – I’d (Dub Makers)
  30. Felix Krocher – Hupft
  31. Matt Minimal – Funky (Dandi Ugo)
  32. Chris Liebing – Next Try (Chris McCormack)

Christian returns with the second half of his GHT mix. This one picks up pretty much on the beat where GHT001 leaves off.

Check out Dj Christian Calson’s bi weekly podcast available on iTunes or at www. DjChristianCalson.com. Follow him at www.Facebook.com/DjChristianCalson or www.twitter.com/bruiserbox

GHT012 Jamie O’Sullivan

Play

east coast underground, A/Vclub

Tracklist

  1. Cosmin TRG— Amor Y Otros
  2. Oliver Lieb — Non Binary
  3. Ness, Attemporal— Signal On
  4. Hertz — In My Mind
  5. DJ Pierre, Green Velvet, Phuture — Acid Trax 2011
  6. Miro Pajic — Glue
  7. [a]pendics.shuffle — Move On It
  8. Gaiser — Nasty Girl
  9. Simian Mobile Disco — A Skin Cracker
  10. Mihai Popoviciu — If There Is?
  11. Wehbba — The Speech (Samuel L. Session Remix)
  12. Internullo — Taifai (Alex Cellar Dub)
  13. Extrawelt — My Stupid (Edit/ Dub Mix)
  14. Dieter Krause, Deepak Sharma — Wolkenrise (DJ QU Remix)
  15. Daypak — Tyffaniecell
  16. Gaiser — New Dust
  17. Booka Shade — Charolette (Dubfire Remix)
  18. Adam Beyer — No Rain (Radio Slave’s Berlin Summer remix)
  19. Audiofly X — Don’t Panic Till I Said So

City

Portland, ME

How did you get into djing?

I got into djing because I had to. It was the natural progression of things. I had been dancing and listening for SO long, the music is a part of me. I was collecting music and mixing it in my head. Djing was the next obvious step. It still hasn’t been that long, but I am truly loving this new outlet. Really submersing myself in it. It’s been a healthy addition to my life. I always have a project going on or thinking about what to do next. Still collecting lots of great tracks and building my library. I’ve been to some AMAZING parties with some fantastic dj’s. That has set the standard pretty high… .I know what I think is good….. Well, don’t we all?

What is your preferred method of playing?

I Use Traktor Pro, Vestax VCI-100, M-Audio FastTrack Pro, and my Dell Laptop

Present/Future

I host and dj a party every first friday called LOVE, located at Flask Lounge in Portland, ME.
I’m almost half way through my second year and it’s going strong.
Other than that I usually do one or two other local gigs per month.
Check some other mixes out @ http://www.mixcloud.com/jamieosullivan/