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    Techno doesn't get much love around here, but I thought I would post this mix anyway for those who may be interested . It starts off dubby then goes into darker territory. Any comments or thoughts would be much appreciated!



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    Abundance - Monolake
    Vantage Isle (cv313 Reduction) - DeepChord
    Face2Face with Reality (Frank MArtiniq Defiance Remix) - Sasse
    Grey Cut Out - Sandwell District
    Sunrise Industry - Pigon
    Perception - Marcelus
    Inside The Shadows (Dadub Metropolis Remix) - Forward Strategy Group
    Mendax - Modern Heads and Perc
    23 Children (Philip Bader Remix) - Brian Benson and Michael Gull
    Tinitus - Alan Fitzpatrick
    Eon - Lucy
    Defence Against the Self (Lucy Remix) - Peter Van Hoesen
    One Night In Barcelona (Chymera Remix) - Corrugated Tunnel
    Minus and Plus - Resoe
    Solus Ferrum - Convexion
    IL62 - Phon.o

    Enjoy
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    Quote Originally Posted by spacehxc View Post
    Techno doesn't get much love around here, but I thought I would post this mix anyway for those who may be interested . It starts off dubby then goes into darker territory. Any comments or thoughts would be much appreciated!
    I listened to your mix while grinding in Baldur's Gate. It was pretty good background music for this task. I have a background as a techno DJ myself, but my tastes tend towards the maximal, wonky, banging. As such, I can only say that I didn't especially like or dislike your track selection of techno-Im-not-personally-that-into. Not my favorite mix ever, I guess?

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    Thanks for the listen! I love all spectrums of Techno, and this one definately isn't banging my any means, although it does get a bit heavy towards the middle. This is the type of techno I would love to play out but there just isn't demand for in my area unfortunately.

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    I listened and loved it.
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    I personally love techno, I open with it every week and it has certainly grown on me. Some people have been getting more into it but being dirty as possible seems to the thing to do. I'll give it a listen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spacehxc View Post
    This is the type of techno I would love to play out but there just isn't demand for in my area unfortunately.
    I hear that... I have a blast playing minimal-ish tech (especially with the DB4, so much room for layering trickery when you're just working around a few drums), but there's really no audience for it around here. Don't think I could ever move to it as my primary genre, but its enjoyable nonetheless.

    As for this set, good stuff. Just the right pacing of transitions to keep things fresh throughout but maintain a very steady (and pretty heavy at a few points) head nod.
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    Thanks for the listen! Not really oriented fort the dancefloor, but I usually open my 4 hour sets with more chilled out stuff such as this. In a perfect world Kansas City would wanna hear music like this in primetime and go crazy for it

    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalDevil View Post
    I hear that... I have a blast playing minimal-ish tech (especially with the DB4, so much room for layering trickery when you're just working around a few drums), but there's really no audience for it around here. Don't think I could ever move to it as my primary genre, but its enjoyable nonetheless.

    As for this set, good stuff. Just the right pacing of transitions to keep things fresh throughout but maintain a very steady (and pretty heavy at a few points) head nod.

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    Great set. Love techno. This sound I feel too is only appreciated by a small
    niche of people.

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    awesome set, I know how you feel, the crowd for hardstyle is smaller these days too.
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