Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Baguette Fest - Summer '08/'09

Peckish? Please try the new Baguette Fest mixtape from yours truly.

Track Listing:

Intro feat Rolf Harris
1. David Bowie - Magic Dance (A Dance Mix)
2. Whistle - Just Buggin'
3. Kraftwerk - Musique Non Stop
4. Cylob - Rewind! (Acapella)
5. The Emperor Machine - Slap On
6. Gregg Sandwich - Brothers on the Slide (Extended Mix) lol
7. Fake Blood - Mars (Player Player's 95 Jump Mix)
8. John Farnham - Pressure Down (12" Mix)
9. Man Parrish - Boogie Down Bronx
10. Grandmaster DST - Crazy Cuts
11. Afrika Bambaataa - Searcing for the Perfect Beat (Instrumental)
12. Stetsasonic - Talkin All That Jazz (Acapella)
13. Harold Faltermeyer - Axel F (Ben Liebrand Remix)
14. Rolf Harris Interlude
15. CaviAr - Be My Salmon
16. Le Le - Breakfast (Mercury Remix)
17. Treasure Fingers - Cross the Dancefloor (Chromeo Remix)
18. Chaka Khan - I Feel For You
19. Afro-Rican - Give It All You Got
20. Hithouse - Move Your Feet
21. Kid E & Bad Teeth - Summa Flava
22. Mark Mothersbaugh - Zissou Society Blue Star Cadets/Ned's Theme Take 1
23. Gregg Sandwich - HSC French Speaking Exam (Acapella)

P.S. I'll be in Melbourne for a two-week spiritual journey starting Jan 7th, doing the roundz. Please be socially pro-active and say hello!

Tuesday, December 9, 2008


Treat your senses to some badly pressed Italian cheese. Vintage: 1983.

Stopp - I'm Hungry (YSI) 256

EDET: Bonus B-Side
Stopp - I'm Hungry (Caramba mix) (YSI) 320


Felon, Chillin With A Gun To Your Melon

Def Jux at their most extreme and Tenor Saw ringing the alarm. I can't think of anything that can tie these two songs together so just obtain them already.

Mr Lif - I Phantom Feat. El-P (YSI) 192kbps

Tenor Saw - Ring The Alarm (YSI) 192kbps

Monday, December 8, 2008

Time for something aligned with typical monday morning cynical pleasures.
This lolpastiche was enough to make even Stuart Price smile.

Cylob - Living in the 1980's (Extended Dance Mix) (YSI) 320

Cheer up vince

Gary Numan - Conversation (YSI) 256

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Mischief Brew edit of Harry Thumann, quite bep in most regards. The original can be seen as a direct precursor to Emperor Machini in its distinct use of rolling bass lines and synths, with horns that hark back to the golden age of Paul Smith's technicolor film scores. The re-edit just means you can play it out without worrying about the guitars.

Harry Thumann - Underwater (Mischief Brew Re-Edit)(YSI)

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Best remix of Axel F since .......?

Harold Faltermeyer - Axel F (Ben Liebrand Mix)(YSI)

Rare house post on staiii. Its a 1989 track from Lil' Louis that apparently 'changed house music' in that the genre finally crossed from its raw Chicago origins to a much more polished main-stream sound. Why Daft punk shout out to this cretan in teachers but fail to include so many other legit mahns i don't understand. If the groove sounds familiar don't feel special.. its been sampled everywhere from Josh Wink to Kylie minogue and Lolil' Kim.

Lil' Louis - French Kiss (Original mix) (YSI) 320

Martin Circus - Disco Circus(YSI) 192

Set It Off

Strafe's classic.

Strafe - Set It Off (12")(YSI) 192

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Paul Hardcastle: a man with a morbid love for the creative power trapped inside silicon chips. The above album cover, which probably began as an pseudo-honest shout-out to the devices that saw him come to fame (and should by now have been re-directed to the halls of pop-art), provides more than a solid testament to his organic BIOS operandi. The breakthrough hit '19' to which he, althoughly precariously, holds his name, has perhaps been elevated to too high a saddle; leaving his other works jostling for a hand hold on any dangling stirrups available.
Make an assessment of the following slippery B- Side:

Paul Hardcastle - King Tut (U.S. Remix) (YSI)

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Starlight - Numero Uno 256

FTV Special

Mark E - R&B Drunkie 320

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Lesbian haircuts comin atya like a wet flannel

J*Davey - Dirty Love

Motion Sickness

Motion - Forever(Z) 320


Whilst not actually off Hallucination Engine, this track is dope. Feat. super sick Laswellian production that gave birth to Fab 5 Freddy's rap career during the early 80's, it also releases probably the most famous sample in turntable history (last two seconds). Staiii presents the b-side to Fab 5 Freddy's first single Change The Beat.

Fab 5 Freddy - Change The Beat (Female Vocals)(Z)

Issey Miyake Saved Hip Hop

As on ode to Kid Elliot's return to the paper trail here is some new hip hop that is sick. 50 Cents new song however is fail. Become aware of the extreme Issey Miyake name drop in the second track.

Pac Div - U Know My Style(Z) 192

J-Billion - Issi (Z)160

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Monday, October 20, 2008

A Confused New World Order?

New Order - Confusion (Pump Panel Reconstruction) (Z) 320

PLease watch this gif whilst playing this track. LMAO.

If you're not familiar with this track you may have it mis-labelled as either Ramstein - Blade Theme (techno remix), Crystal Method - Blood Rave, or Finkle Vs. Einhorn - Barack Obama (pet detective remix)


Sunday, October 12, 2008

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Fresh from mixing the soundtrack to Gareth Pugh's S/S 09 Paris show, artist Matthew Stone comes from the deep end of the shimmering disco pool to flail 44 minutes of Tate Modern sanctioned tunes in front of our collective auricles.

Matthew Stone - Under A Winter Sky Mixtape

Monday, October 6, 2008

A Split Second - Flesh (Z) 192

Belgians have always partied hard. In 1986, as the rest of Europe passively embraced the new romantic movement, dance oriented creeps Praga Khan, The Lords of Acid, the Confettis and A Split Second were mesmerising vast digitally orgasming crowds at the hallowed diamond-shaped Boccaccio nightclub in Destelburgen. The parties that went down were apparently all time - unlucky for us rave nostalgists the club was shut down as the drug taking reached delphic levels (even by Belgian standards). A Belgian study has recently observed increasing examples of spontaneous pneumothorax (sudden lung collapse)in techno clubs all over the small nation, caused by ravers standing wayyy too close to large speakers -- is grave raving finally making its literal debut?


Sunday, October 5, 2008

Earth People

NASA are handing out bootlegs of this track to our new friends on Mars, just so they can see what we're all about.

Earth People - Dance 256

Kebekelektric - War Dance (Special Greg Wilson Re-Edit) (Z) 320

"Best cosmic astral vibe journey to the outer regions of space and my mind."
L. Winston Fidock

Black Forest Rave

Although this tracks outta LDN, one could easily imagine the techno viking broadcasting it live and direct from a pulpit set upon the summit of the Felberg, as an invitation to the German nation to release the beast amidst the pines of the Schwarzwald.

Yage - Livin' For The Love(Z)128

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Friday, September 19, 2008


The rumours have begun.

Australians let us all rejoyce. Is this land girt by sea soon to be harbouring the greatest rave troupe ever to melt lino in the Dance Energy studios? Confirmation of these whispers will see the boiler room face a mercury rise of unfamiliar severity. Dig out your smiley paraphernalia, set M1 resonance to self oscillate - and in the words of Liam Howlett - rave on.

The Prodigy - Everybody in the Place (Fairground Remix) (Z) 320

The Prodigy - Charly (Alley Cat Remix) (Z) 320

The Prodigy - Fire (Z) 256

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Beat The Street

Sha-rock AKA Sharon Green, with Lisa Lee and Debbie Deb. Pity they are all fat now.

Sharon Gree, Lisa Lee and Debbie Deb - Us Girls

Roberts In Your System

Robert Palmer, known to most of you through the gratuitous airtime of his 'Simply Irresistable' on Mix 106.5, WSFM and Music Max, also made some good songs. This track in particular comes off his critically unacclaimed 1983 album, Pride, when he was still doing Gary Numan covers and surfing the new wave.

Robert Palmer - You Are In My System (The System cover)


Center - Trudno (Z)

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

A Little Bit Of Disco

To please the discerning 'Bloguers'.

Nick Straker Band - A Little Bit Of Jazz (Shep Pettibone Mastermix)


Mic Terror's super sick "freestyle", as well as the new mix of Kanye's 'Love Lockdown' for da chix m8. No disco.

Mic Terror - DEFinition Freestyle

Kanye West - Love Lockdown

Monday, September 15, 2008


Hi-nrg house producers 20 fingers, with singer Gilette in tow and on track, released a few bangers in the mid 90's. Instead of posting the obvious short dick man, here's 'Weekend', from 95. Posted no further from a weekend than is probably possible.

Zshare's incessant fail = 20 Fingers feat. Gilette - Weekend at YSI.

Also this. 20 Fingers feat. Gilette - Coochie Dance

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Dick Sen

The man behind the magic of Padded Cell

Botox - Babylon By Car (Richard Sen Mix)

Tuesday, September 9, 2008


For the singular person in South Central who likes electro.

Fatboy Slim - 10th And Crenshaw(Z)

Monday, September 8, 2008

Schoolly D

Recently sampled on Mic Terrors Welcome to the Terrordome Vol. 2. Hioooo

Schoolly D - Saturday Night

Recently sampled on nothing, ever.

In A Gadda Da Vida (1978 Disco Version)

Sunday, September 7, 2008


Digital Emotion, cream of the crop when it comes to cringeworthy italo disco lyricism. Elsewise they are pretty pep.

Digital Emotion - Jungle Beat(Z)

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Your Dance Telexicon

If you haven't seen that video, or you don't know this band, i can only infer that the internet is something new for you, and thus i'm quite suprised that your aware of this blog. So let me be the first to welcome you to the 21st century!

Telex - How Do You Dance (Telex Remix)(Z)

Wednesday, September 3, 2008


Kool G Rap & DJ Polo - Men At Work


CERN labs in Geneva are cooking up some seeriouss shit as we speak. The largest particle accelerator ever conceived is now only days away from activation. Despite having been accused of everything from mis-managed engineering safety procedures to violation of the UN human rights act - implying a direct failure 'to take all possible precautions to preserve human life' - it looks like all systems are go at CERN and the lord of all red buttons is getting prepped for pressing.

Recently read a theory (may or may not have been Pilkington's) stating: its inevitable that the human race will reach a stage in technological innovation advancement and experimentataion where we will foolishly create an accidental super-massive black hole devouring our galaxy, consciousness and dimensiona as we know it. The author speculates that black holes viewable from hubble are warning signs to us re what has befallen other thus arrested potential forms of life in our universe... It does explain our failure to locate any other organic beings thus far.

Fingers crossed Steven remembered to carry the 1 when he equated Hawking Radiation.

Royal Cash - Radio Activity ( B - Side Instrumental) (Z)

Riton Off

Just letting you know i still like electronic music.

Riton - Sounds Of The Studio

I Aint Yesterdays Steak

The Wolf Sisters - Big Bad Wolf

Monday, September 1, 2008


Antoinette making it Boom and Frankie Bones Breaks Bones!! (still at ysi)

Antoinette - Baby Make It Boom

Frankie Bones - Funky Acid Makossa

Friday, August 29, 2008

Live From the Kremlin

Most blogs are so shit.

People wax on distastefully, have no comprehension of the universe and fail to recognise something 1337 in a web browser when it crystallises.

Long live the USSR.

Orlando Riva Sound - Moon Boots (Z)

Thursday, August 28, 2008

It Was Good, Adequate

Biz Markie on the microphone and he's kicking rhymes at least ten times more upbeat than Australian women. Space disco VS Minimal is the debate ATM but Juice Crew are forever, so heres a little of it all and everything in between, mostly at YSI till zshare quits its failing so click already!!

Black Devil Disco Club - Never No Dollars

Biz Markie - Nobody Beats The Biz

Skyy - First Time Around (Larry Levan Mix)

Rhythm Heritage - Dance the Night Away

Legowelt vs Orgue Electronique - The Ambassador

Blackploid's Electronix mix

Prisoner Of Mind - Beta Evers
4J - Kinesthesia
Concentrate On Us - Isolators
Solid Liquid - Eog
Moesia - Sam Lowry
Axiom 3 - Duplex
Vox Automaton - ERP
Secret Desire - Franck Sarrio
The Dealer (HM12110) - Beverly Hills 808303
The American Lie (HM12102) - Beverly Hills 808303
Metaphysica - DJ K-1
Overkill - Rude 66
Built In Microphone (CEM RMIX) - Solvent Vs Lowfish
Obsession Scratch - Alden Tyrell vs. DJ Technician
Cordialotron - Caustic Window
Smokey’s Illegitimate Report - Drexciya
Credit Sequence (Mu-Ziq Mix) - Chris & Cosey
Stalking You - Detroit Grand Pubahs
Clone Machine (DXR Mix) - The Clone Machine
Seducer - Peel Seamus
Soon - Jonah Sharp and Plaid
Running Up That Hill - Chromatics

Monday, June 2, 2008

Do You DJ At Famous?


Thursday, May 15, 2008

Friday, May 9, 2008

Where Are You?

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Willi Ninja and Voguing

So Ladyhawk's not even that good, but according to blog city she has a good new song/single called Paris is Burning, which happens to be the name of this film from 1990 that is way more deserving of a post that Psuevie Nicks. It tells the tale of the art of "Voguing", and no, not Anna Wintour in a beret, but a form of dance. For those unaware of black homosexual culture of the late 80's early 90's meet Willi Ninja and the pioneers of creep circuit in its purest form.
Breakdancing for gays.

Monday, April 14, 2008

Jamie Durie

Matthew Barney

Bjork eats spaghetti nero, and built a baby with Matthew.

I don't what that would have been like, but in case you wondered what kind of bacon Matt brings home (when Bjork's you know, not making any......) to feed to his ever hungry less than ordinary spouse and their 6 year old potential child prodigy of a daughter, it's the kind of bacon that's found in a deli and comes pre-packaged with a foreign label. Even though you can't understand the language, you know it tastes good when you've fried it up and thrown some in ur caesar. It's cut from the heavy end of films like this.

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Juergen Teller

I was about to do a post burning him hard for producing works like this:

Then i saw what he did with Bjork and spaghetti never looked so ill. Blacker than a Spike Jones film starring Wesley Snipes, the thin strands of pasta could not be more at odds with Bjork's pale Scandinavian complexion. Slurp it up like a cocker-spaniel in heat and in no time you'll find yourself liplocked and gasping for breath as Juergen Teller's photographs bring out the Tramp in Lady's worldwide.

Saturday, April 12, 2008


Recieve these videos so you've got a better stone to romance than "Have you seen that human tetris one?" when your friend tells you about the latest jewel they've dug up from the depths of Youtube's Nile.

Wednesday, April 9, 2008

This is a post that contains both a lush contemporary Star Wars reference as well as possibly the best Kraftwerk song known. If the combination does not impress or intrigue you, seek professional help.

Kraftwerk - The Telephone Call

Friday, April 4, 2008

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Cloud 9

Put your hands up -

A) For Detroit
B) If you've ever heard the omissions of a cloud harp

Cloud Harp In Action (mp3)

Sunday, March 23, 2008


Walter Benjiman re: Paul Klee's Angelus Novus

"... a storm is blowing in from Paradise; it has got caught in his wings with such a violence that the angel can no longer close them. The storm irresistibly propels him into the future to which his back is turned, while the pile of debris before him grows skyward. This storm is what we call progress."

The storm of progress, effected vocals running like light through a prism, colliding with the molten acid riffs of The Presets synthetic arsenal, releasing upon the unsuspecting winklepicker wearers of trendy clubs and festivals everywhere. The future of pop sonics.

You've all heard it released at Daft Punk/Laneway/Laneway via youtube.

Cop The Presets - Kicking And Screaming (Z)

The Presets - A New Sky (Highly recommended if your into Reformed Egyptian chant. Dont get the Mormon reference? wiki that)

Monday, March 10, 2008

Le Parc

Monday, February 18, 2008

Who the Fuck is STAIII?

Apparently some of our posted music has been dropped at 3rd Class really late, at around the time when you start feeling sick and you want to go but your friends don't.
Well, Melbourne DJ, you may have passed Staiii's first test of endurance, but do you have the balls to play these and stay standing up there in the booth?

The Steppers - Alice, Who the F..K is Alice? (Orgasmix) (Z)

95 South - Wet n Wild (Dj Laz's Booty Bounce Mix) (Z)

One for the tram ride home, the best track (yep Jesse, better than Farah) on Lindstrom's Late Night Tales:

Jean Phillipe Goude - Energie (Z)