I’m going to try to update this blog more regularly, and after this post I’ll see if I can rustle up a non-hardcore mix.
In the meantime here’s something I did last year for the Sugar Cubes Podcast (an Entropy ting- check my previous post for links). The tunes are from the darker, weirder edge of the uk hardcore spectrum, strictly 1990-1992 business.
Follow the link for mix and tracklist.
Sugar Cubes Podcast 043: DJ Conehead
More electronic music from Finland here: Sugar Cubes Podcast
Radiodiodi is an FM radio station that operates for May Day and the days leading up to it. Entropy hosted an evening and I was honoured to be asked to play.
Entropy are a long-standing student union organisation at Aalto University. They are the sister organisation to HYTKY and both organisations put on great techno parties.
Here’s 45 minutes of old school breakbeat rave. Let me know if you want any tracks id’d 🙂
Entropy http://entropy.fi/ http://www.facebook.com/groups/entropy.fi/ https://soundcloud.com/entropy-fi http://sugarcubes.entropy.fi/
HYTKY http://www.hytky.org/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/hytky/
I had a whale of a time at this underground party in Stockholm. Every other artist who played there was great, and I hope some of them make their sets available online. The Gumpa Brothers aka 2 of the TSR guys played a storming set before me. I was followed by Cynthia Stern’s live set. Luke’s Anger played live after that, and this was a personal highlight for me. Then Cedex played a banging set of Coin Operated-style wonky techno. Stak Etop pounded the remaining ravers into submission, and the awesome Mörkö killed those remaining on the dancefloor in the early hours, which was my other personal highlight. Don’t ask me to choose between her set and Luke’s, I can’t! What a night.
Here’s the recording of my set, unedited:
DJ Conehead- Live at Bzzzt! 3 in Stockholm
P.S. Do let me know if there are any problems with the download, or if you want me to identify a track. Dropbox only has limited capacity so please let me know when it reaches that. Tracklist available on request. Do email rather than comment as I expect this blog will get overwhelmed with spam just like my last one. My address is on the ‘About’ page.