Wednesday, August 09, 2006

One Last Thing Though: Soulseek is the Coolest

If you like to continue to explore music go download Soulseek. I can't rave enough about this program. It is a P2P sharing program similar to Limewire or Napster, except you hook up with individual users and it's full of people with really good taste in music. Now I'm not gonna tell everyone my user name , but you email me with your user name, I'll email you mine. Then you can browse and download everything on my computer.

Download Soulseek here.

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

The End

Unfortunately, I have to discontinue this blog for a couple of different reasons, I apologize.


Sunday, July 30, 2006

Freek Cassette vol. 2

This month I've decided to post the songs individually for download and as a package, in the form of a compressed zip. archive. To download the songs one by one click on the title of the song, to get more info click on the artist's name. If you are not familiar with FREEK CASSETTE, it is collection of eclectic non-techno tunes I post at the last day of every month to break up the monotony. Enjoy:


1. Greater Than One - Kill That Parent 1987 London's Industrial darlings recorded on Graeme Revell's Side Effects label,.

2. Lamont Dozier - (You Got Me) Wired Up 1981 silky R&B from Detroit.

3. His Name is Alive - Here Forever Always 2006 more hailing from Michigan, a seasoned group who have been recording there own eclectic blend music for twenty plus years, check out their newest album, Detrola.

4. The Flowerpot Men - Beat City 1986 childhood favorite from Ferris Bueller's Day Off Soundtrack

5. Biochemical Dread - Zero Democracy Dub 2003 electronic dub from Roland H Kirk of Cabaret Voltaire and Sweet Exorcist.

6. Delia Gonzalez & Gavin Russom - Black Spring 2005 12+ minute long synth epic on DFA.

7. Nashville Washboard Band - Old Joe 1930's from Alan Lomax's Black Appalachia: String Bands Songsters Hoedowns.

8. Terminal Cheesecake - Budmeister 1994 pyschdelic bong rock from this UK outfit.

9. Lesbians on Ecstasy - Revolt 2004 like a updated version of Lords of Acid

10. Fellini - Teu Ingles 1985 quirky, but great pop from Italy.

11. Nervous Cabaret - Page 13 2006 incredible new band out of NYC. I really dig the Tom Waits-esque vocals and live recording,

12. ISO68 - Stargardt side project from Lali Puna.

13. Arthur Russell - Instrumentals Vol. 1 Track 1 1975 lost recordings recently released on Audika from the late Arthur Russell of Dinosaur L and Loose Joints fame.

14. Pigbag -Oorangutango 1981 funky jam-rock. Buy the CD here.

15. Dexter Wansel - Rings Of Saturn 1976 trippy jazz from this Philly stalewart.

16. Musti Laiton - Survival Horror 2004 cavernous sounds and atmospheric experimentalism from Helsinki.



Friday, July 28, 2006

D1 Recordings

I'm Sorry that I haven't been posting this week, I've been finishing up this month's aQUADIO mix(which will be posted on the 15th) and FREEK CASSETTE (up on Monday). Today I'm posting a gaggle of tunes from a label I originally found out about through the Underground Resistance Website, and thought was out of Detroit for the longest time. D1 Recordings is actually based in Southern Ireland and plays host to a incredible range of techno artists like DJ Bone, Fatima Yamaha aka Bas Bron, Donnacha Costello, and Mark Broom.

Ikeaboy - Liminal

Ikeaboy - Rantipole

Lerosa - Santamaria

Lerosa - Surface Tension

Lerosa - Retrieve

Lerosa - Of Anger

Eamonn Doyle - Ghost of the machine

Eamonn Doyle - Main Artery

Eamonn Doyle - Six Stages

Eamonn Doyle - Unused

Five Green Circle - Wake Up

Five Green Circle - Attack of the Protists

Five Green Circle - Colour Change

Five Green Circle - Colour Ask Yourself This

Decoy - Your Eyes [Mark Broom's London Remix]

and a DJ mix!!

D1 Active Service Unit Mix - D1 1995 - 2003

That should hold you over for the weekend check out their Website here and FREEK CASSETTE on Monday.

Thursday, July 27, 2006

Frustrated Flowers

Today I have decided to post a couple tracks off the Clone Records offshoot, Frustrated Flowers. If you are not familiar, Clone is an accomplished techno/electro collective out of the Netherlands. This sub-label features artists who stick with a mid-nineties Detroit percussive techno sound chocked full of ethereal synths and pads. Reminiscent of early Planet E and Transmat . It's a small label with only five records released to date, but everyone is pure quality.

Saturday, July 22, 2006

Holy Boner! It's a Weekend Bonus!

Everyone seemed to love the Davina track I posted awhile ago, so I've decided to post another pearl from 1993 that utilizes subtle samples from James Brown and The Eurthymics. Enjoy:

Shout out to the old-school souljah Ryan Gilchrist, who will be in town next weekend from San Fran. Hopefully no one will be arrested. Can't wait to see ya, bro.

Friday, July 21, 2006

Titonton Duvanté

I remember seeing Titonton Duvanté spin for the first time at an event in 1999 called "Welcome to My House 1", The first of a series of massive annual raves in Detroit. But it wasn't until I saw his live PA at DEMF 2001 that he really blew me away. His rocking percussive analog beats blend magically with pulsating synths to take you on a musical journey where scarecrows pop-n-lock down the yellowbrick road. He's from Colmubus Ohio and he has releases on Metamorphic Recordings, Environ, 2000 Black, 7th City, and Residual Recordings.

Check out his website here


Titonton Duvanté - Rugburn Starbaby 2002

Titonton - Titilate Residual Recordings 1999

Titonton Duvanté - Celeestial Gaze Metamorphic Recordings 1995

Titonton Duvanté - Curvaceous Amalgama 2002

Titonton Duvanté - Spread Neroli 2003

Thursday, July 20, 2006

Delsin, Isn't That Some Kind of Drug?

Sorry for the hold-up. I've been trying to upload a DJ set by Terrence Parker recorded at last year's Fuse-in Festival for the last few days. But after trying to upload it on several sites and changing formats many times, it doesn't look like it's going to happen. I'll try again later, but no promises. Today I'm featuring an excellent label out of Holland that loves to keep it "Detroit". Amsterdam's Delsin Records have been producing records since 1997 and have over fifty releases under their belt. I can't think of a single record they've put out that hasn't been worth buying. Their roster is full over under appreciated talent like Dimension 5, Newworldaquarium, Aardvarck, $tinkworx, Dynarec, and Deepart. So I offer up a DJ Set by Quince that features unreleased and forthcoming tracks from Delsin, plus a couple of my personal favorites off the label.

Check out Planet Delsin here.

Download Mix :

Quince - Spring 2006 Mix for Planet Delsin

Monday, July 17, 2006

A Case of The Mondays

I'm feeling kind of lazy today. So I'm just going to feature some of the tracks from the latest aQUADIO mix.
Next post, I promise, will be more of an effort.

A Number of Names - Sharivari (Sean Deason Matrix Remix) Matrix 2003

Isolee - (Non-Radio Edit) Classic 2003

Cousin Cockroach - This Ain't No Tom'n'Jerry Bita Sweet 2006

Jeff Mills - If (We) Purposemaker 1998

Friday, July 14, 2006


aQUADIO v1.2

Mixed By Von Migs 3000 (68:05)

1. Mx-80 Sound - Man in a Box

2. A Number of Names - Sharivari (Sean Deason Matrix Remix)

3. Mimas - Focused on a Star

4. Giorgio Gigli - Rarified Atmosphere

5. Mirweis Sangin - Athans Dance

6. Electric Indigo - Blackcurrent (Thomas Brinkmann Remix)

7. Troublshooter - Data Polling

8. Multipilar - Deep Service

9. Joris Voorn - Destiny

10. David Alvarado - The Beginning

11. Isolee - (Non-Radio Edit)

12. Cousin Cockroach - This Ain't No Tom'n'Jerry

13. Heiko Laux - Making it Detroit

14. Bugge Wesseltoft's Ragatronics - Live Nov 9, 2004 Stockholm, Sweden - Track 3

14. Gary Martin - Digital Kingdom

15. The Dose - Short Shory

16. Tekel - Creteil Connexion

17. Billy Delsandro - The Darkest Hour

18. Basic Bastard - Take Me Away

19. The Sun God - Analog Code

20. Jeff Mills - If (We)

21. Westend Ghetto - Jazzass

I just realized while listening to the mix around 12:30 minutes into it there is a jump in the volume level, I apologize it's a computer problem, not bad mixing. Also wanted to mention Milton Jackson, again, and direct you to his website, here. Check out his House Lessons #9, #10, and his recent and forthcoming release:

Rogue Element EP (Freerange)
Back To The Tech EP (Crack & Speed)
Goa w/Shur-i-kan (Slip n Slide)
Tech No EP (Icon Recordings)
Future Fresh EP (Silver Network)
Long Circuit EP (Tronicsole)
The Evil Theme EP (Urbantorque Recordings)
I Want It EP w/Shur-i-kan (Freerange Recordings)
Special Powers EP w/Shur-i-kan (Freerange Recordings)
1998 Remixes EP (Tronicsole)
1998 EP (Tronicsole)Rogue Element EP (Freerange)

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

909 vs 909

I don't have a lot of time today, I need to finish up this month's aQUADIO mix. I can't wait to post it. Included in this month mix I've got trax from Gary Martin, Sean Deason, David Alvarado, and Tekel. Anyways today I've decided to post some breaky electro in the Underground Resistance vein. Enjoy:

Black Phuture - Communication Motech 2002

John Beltran - Blue World R & S Records 1995

Wild Planet - Infinite 430 West 1999

Teknotika - Set You on Fire Teknotika Records 1996


Listen to DJ Dex new Interstellar Fugitives mix on UR website

Listen to Suburban Knight & DJ 3000 on the Essential Mix

Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Miles Maeda's Sunflower

This is a old mixtape that I use to listen to a lot back in the day. I found it a week ago and I can't stop listening to it. Miles Maeda's navigation through deep house is nothing short of breathtaking. Miles has been around for awhile. Making a name for himself in Chicago's rave scene throughout the nineties, he helped develop a downtempo/ambient night called "Atmospheric Audio Chair" from 93-95. Along with spinning at what seemed like every party in Chi-Town he managed to release a handful of records on classic labels like Dust Traxx and Seista. Currently by day Maeda works as a Yoga Instructor meanwhile at night he holds down a residency, seven years and counting, at Chicago's Smartbar.

Miles Maeda - Sunflower (Side A) 1998

Miles Maeda - Sunflower (Side B) 1998

Buy Maeda's latest mix here

Saturday, July 08, 2006

Set tha 303 on Fi Ya!

Inspired by last weeks tribute to acid over at Dilated Choonz (check it out if you haven't already), I've decided to post some of my favorite old school Chi-town Acid choonz:

Phortune - Unity (Jack Trax 1988)

Phuture - Your Only Friend (Trax Records 1988)

Adonis - H.O.U.S.E. (Acid Mix) (Black Market International 1988)

Virgo - My Space (Trax Records 1986)

James 'Jack Rabbit' Martin - Rabbit Trax 1 (Yoton Records 1988)

Wednesday, July 05, 2006


Just relaxing after a day/night of drinking for the Forth of July. I could insert some kind of radical political rhetoric in connection with the holiday, but I'll spare you. Instead I'm just going to post some breezy techno stuff, while I smoke this hangover off:

Sun Electric - Monolith 1995 (I fixed the link)

Max Loderbauer and Tom Thiel started recording as Sun Electric for such labels as Tresor and R & S Records in the early nineties. I really dig the moody analog vibe of this track. This is from my favorite period of German techno when Tresor was King and labels like Basic Channel and Chain Reaction were just pushing their way up the ranks.

K. Hand - Mystery 1993

From the mistress of Detroit techno, Kelli Hand, comes a piece of excellent old-school heaviness off another Tresor Comp.

Q-Moog - All My Love 1996

A little known release from this New York to Detroit transplant off of the Belgian record label SSR. This whole album, which is entitled The Arc Of Blueness, is full of jazzy trip-hop and ambient house brilliancy!

Monday, July 03, 2006

It's a Lovelee Dae and The Sun is Shining

Woke up this morning, I've got a few days off work, the sun is shining and the sky is clear blue. Here's a batch of tunes that reflect that mood:

Andres - Piece of Mind 1997

Excellent stuff under Dj Dez's moniker Andrés from Moodymann's KDJ Records

Isaac Hayes - I Can't Turn Around (Ron Hardy Re-edit) 1980's

Everyone loved the first Ron Hardy posting so I put up this re-edit he did on a reel to reel for your enjoyment.

Rick Wade - Angry Pimp 1997

From Detroit house head Rick Wade off an ep of the same name on Harmonie Park

Kerrier District - Disclix 2004

I know, I know. This song has track has knothing to do with Detroit or Chicago, but it's a great piece of sunshine from Luke Vibert's, Metro Area/Envron Record-inspired, Kerrier District project.

Dwayne Jensen - My People 2002

Last one today is from Another man high up in the ranks in the Detroit house/techno scene, Dwayne Jensen. This one's off the Detroit Beatdown (Volume One) compilation on Third Ear Recordings.

I'm almost finished with this month's installment of aQUADIO which will be up on the 15th. This months mix is full of great trax and will be faster paced than last month.

Thursday, June 29, 2006


Okay here it is in all its subversive glory.


1. Various Production - Pug 2002 downtempo breaks from UK with limited presses and handmade record sleeves

2. African Head Charge - Big Country 2005 Japanese release of Jamacian electronic dub

Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson - Song for Bobby Smith 1974 deep soul from the man who brought us The Revolution Will Not Be Televised .

Tuxedomoon - In the Name of Talent (Italian Western) 1981 avant-garde new wave from France

5. Brainiac - Hands of the Genius 1994 post-grunge from Ohio? with electronic tendencies off a locally released LP.

Colourbox - Sex Gun (demo) 1982 on 4AD Records duo who went onto write 'Pump Up The Volume"

7. . P.J. Proby - I Can't Make it Alone 1964 American crooner produced by Jack Nitzsche RIP

8. Version City Rockers - Curl 2005 Dub Raggae from NYC

9. Plastic Crimewave Sound - Korean Ghost Ship 2006 waves of guitars out of Chicago

10. The Modern Lovers- Astral Plane 1976 protopunk from Boston who's members went on to be in bands like The Talking Heads and the Cars

11. Alif Tree - Hold Me Down 2002 French Trip-hop

12. Boxcutter - Sunshine 2006 Dubstep from Northern Irish artist

13. Dudley Perkins- Dear God 2006 soul produced by Madlib

14. Gangsta Boo - I Faked It Last Night 2001 straight ghetto, I had to it's just too funny not to include

15. The Good 2 Bad and Hughly - Fistful of Dollars 1993 old-school Hardcore from the UK (of course)

16. Talk Talk - I Believe in You 1988 give it a couple minutes, trust me, it gets good around the middle
In order to open the zip. archive you must download Winarchiver here, if that gives you problems just contact me. I hope everyone "gets" what I'm trying to do here and enjoys the different styles I've included. Send me any comments or suggestions for next month. Next post I will be going back posting more random stuff from D Town's best.

love is go!

I decided to post a house mix that I did early this year. I don't have alot of time right now, so I'm just including the tracklisting. Tomorrow I'll be unveiling the first FREEK CASSETTE which will be full of obscure goodies, see ya tomorry.
Love is Go!
by Von Migs 3000 (61:55)
1. Altern 8 - Re-Indulge (Freetown Mix)
2. Angel Alanis - Bitches & Drum Machines (Joey Beltram Remix)
3. Blaze feat. Sybil - When I Fall in Love (Robbie Rivera Remix)
4. Magik Johnson - Feel Alright (Solid Groove Remix)
5. In-Flagranti - Genital Blue Room
6. John Dahlback - Springtime
7. Julien Jabre - Swimming Pool (Jerome Sydenham Mix)
8. Roy Davis Jr. - I Wanna See Your Body Move
9. Basement Jaxx - Flylife (Cajmere Remix)
10. Si Beggs - Welcome to the Discoteque
11. Trevor Rockcliffe & Blake Baxter - Visions of You (Carl Cox Remix)
12. Underground Resistance - Ultraviolet Images
13. Tom Pooks - Jocker
14. Los Hermanos - Deeper Presence
15. Etiene De Crecy - Relax
16. Nhar - Hexoflip
17. Jori Hulkkonen - Let Me Luv U
18. Gerald Mitchell - Celestial Highways
19. David Alvarado - The Klugh
20. Dj Remy - ?
21. Anthony Rother - Lucifer
22. Silver City - Shiver (Ewan Pearson Remix)
23. Aphex Twin - Hedphelgm

Monday, June 26, 2006

Planet E

Planet E is one of those record labels where you have to go out and get every release. Started by Carl Craig in the mid nineties it has been an interigal part of Detroit's second wave. Releases such as Moodymann - Silentintroduction and Recloose - Cardiology helped to update the Detroit sound for a new generation without playing into "the rave culture" of the time. Maintaining it's soul through a period when electronica became a seller's market. For the last couple of years the label has been laying low, Craig has been using it primailarly to publish his own record under names like 69 and Tres Demented . I went through and tried to find some of my favorites from the label. Attention: I started using Sendspace, so the link to download is at the bottom of the page. Enjoy.

Paperclip People - Climax 1998 (just for those who don't already know)

Buy the cd here

Recloose - Kapiti Dream 2001

Buy it here

Newworldaquarium - trespassers 2002

Also want to mention that I will be posting a compressed zip. file called FREEK CASSETTE on Friday. This will be monthly feature that is essentially a "mixtape" type of thing with an extremely eclectic variety of (Non-techno....For the most part) music. I guarantee it'll be, if nothing else, interesting.

Sunday, June 25, 2006

This Ain't No Schranz

Well I'm back from a long weekend and as promised I'm posting a mix from the only man in the techno with his own comic book, mister Alan Oldham aka DJ T-1000. This mix is actually a retrospective label mix of Oldham's own Generator Records. He has also has releases on Transmat, Djax-Up-Beats, +8, New Religion and many others. Originally from Detroit now residing in Chicago, Oldham is currently involved in a slew of diverse projects which include a new original album coming out soon called "The Art of Transformation", filmmaking, illustrating a series of comic books, and most interestingly a new unnamed trip-hop venture. I will (hopefully) be going to see him at the end of July at Cortktown in, but his best sets were played out on three turntables in the abandoned buildings outlying Detroit during the late nineties. This mix is aptly named "supercollider" and is T-1000 at his peek playing, mainly, his own productions. It is essential for any fan of warehouse shaking beats.

DJ T-1000 - Supercollider Mix 1997


1. X-313
Interferon ( Dave Clarke Remix)

2. Woody McBride & Alan Oldham
Test Three

3. DJ T-1000
Finding My Voice

4. Woody McBride & Alan Oldham
Test Two

5. DJ T-1000
Liquid Metal Meltdown

6. Woody McBride & Alan Oldham
Broadcast Test

7. Terry Lee Brown Jr.
Impact State (DJ T-1000 Remix)


9. DJ T-1000

10. DJ T-1000

11. DJ T-1000

12. DJ ESP

13. X-313

14. Marco Passarani
Saga Pt. 2 (Reprise)

Sticking with the "warehouse-shaking" theme I've included an new song that does a good job updating DJ Funk' s booty classic "Work it". Q-ic - Boo(s)tylicious is from the "Be Free" ep on Reaktion which you can purchase here. It's fresh and clean with old school sensibility. Check it out:

Q-ic - Boo(s)tylicious 2006

Finally a solid track from the Auftrieb label back in 96 by Wolfgang Voigt & Ingmar Koch. Between this duo they have recorded under about twenty different monikers, but most notably under the M.F.A., Air Liquide, and Gas aliases. This one comes under the pseudonym Lovecore. Both Voight & Koch are pioneers of the Cologne minimal sound which roots extend to Detroit via other Germany labels such as Tresor. It's one of those tracks where the bass swirls around your head and the massive kick could just go on for hours, it's pure heat. Download below:

Lovecore III - A1 Untitled 1996

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Tasty Nuggets

Today we will start off with a little know nugget by Davina called "Don't You Want It". Produced in 1992 by Mister "Mad" Mike Banks who heads up Detroit premier label & group, Underground Resistance. The mix of Davina's incredibly sexy vocals and Mike Banks warm analog instrumentation rivals some of Motown's best when I comes to who can breath the most soul into the music. I saw UR at the Fuse-In Festival in 2005 and I think I'd have to say it was the best show I have every seen in my 25 years. Interesting side note; during the same festival weekend I got stuck in an elevator by myself with Kevin Saunderson on his way to spin his set at the main stage. I never would normally try to talk to someone "famous", but I had to introduce myself and Tell him how much he'd influenced me.

Download Blow:

Davina - Don't You Want It 1992

Continuing we've have something not from the city(D), but definitely influenced by it. Milton Jackson deserves respect for his 2002 Bionic Boy LP on Glasgow Underground which is filled with creatively filtered house grooves. The song "Sunlight" stays lower to the ground though, different from the rest of the album. This track really caught my ear as being exceptionally deep with it's sick strings. And what can I say I'm a sucker for a good strings arrangement. Check it out here:

Milton Jackson - Sunlight (album edit) 2002

Finally I conclude with the song that got me into the whole Detroit thing. Derrick May's Rhythim Is Rhythim - Beyond The Dance (Cult Mix) on Transmat is the track that made me realize their was better music than what I could find at Tower Records, and is what initially peeked my interest in this music. I heard this on a local radio station one night when I was like 14 and I still remember how it gave me goosebumps all over my body. Simply Beautiful.

Rhythim Is Rhythim - Beyond The Dances (Cult Mix) 1989

I was trying to get pics of the record labels, but I'm sick of fiddling with the retarded posting server so you get a picture of a giant baby eating a bowl of weed, it's the best I can do. Also I've decided on the last day of every month I will be doing a feature I'm calling FREEK CASSETTE. Since my musical taste expand way beyond just techno, I'll be posting one large compressed file that will be full of my favorite non-techno songs of the month. It'll be everything from indie rock to old school gabba, I promise to keep it interesting. Anyway enjoy today's tunes, tomorrow I'll be posting some harder techno stuff, including a set from detroit's godson of techno, DJ T-1000.

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