Tiga

SUBTRONIC END PLAYLIST: June 4th, 2016

We came crashing straight out of the gates with a going-off Breakbeat set this week. Some of these tracks I've had for a while like the Chem Bros 'Go' dub, and the Jamie xx. They have such a '90s sound I've been waiting for the right tracks to come along to work them into a mix. That happened last...
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SUBTRONIC END PLAYLIST: May 21st, 2016

A lot of DJs prefer to play long sets in one particular style. These days, they willll even scoff at a measly one-hour time slot. I don’t mind a marathon six-hour set, but I have really enjoyed playing these ‘micro’ sets since Subtronic kicked off a couple years ago. It’s so much fun to dig through...
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SUBTRONIC END PLAYLIST: May 14th, 2016

I am showcasing a lot of Techno right now as I sort through stacks of it to find my favorites. You heard a few unexpected characters on this show like Electronica pioneer Jean-Michel Jarre with Peaches as well as Talib Kweli on the latest from Shura. Bob Moses is also getting quite a bit of play as...
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SUBTRONIC END PLAYLIST: May 7th, 2016

I’ve been sitting on some fresh Techno and Tech House tracks for a few weeks, just waiting to unleash them in a behemoth set I’ve been teasing about. Now is the time as we charge into festival season. There's some very exciting music coming from Tiga, Jamaica Suk, Reinier Zonneveld, Tiger Tooth,...
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SUBTRONIC END PLAYLIST: April 9, 2016

Last weekend was all about playing all of my favorite tracks to have surfaced in recent months. Meandering through the the diverse stylings that make up the world of Electronic music, you heard a bit of everything. Claude Vonstroke revisiting the sounds of Afrika Bambaataa with his filthy remix of...
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SUBTRONIC END PLAYLIST: April 2nd, 2016

No guest in the studio this week so it was just yours truly with a box of belters from some of your favorite artists such as The Chemical Brothers, New Order, Tame Impala, Miike Snow and Moby. You also heard some heavy hitters from the underground like Claude Vonstroke, Markee Ledge, Tiga, Rufus Du...
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VINYL DIG: Live At The Brain

This week I dug deep for this old Braniak Records compilation 'Live At The Brain', inspired by the release of Tiga's new album No Fantasy Required. If anybody who’s into popular music wants to discover Electronic music, I’d turn them onto this. By 'popular' I don't mean 'Pop', but music of any...
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Subtronic End Playlist, 11/7/15

SET ONE This set goes bass-e and noisy, which you’d never expect with Bob Moses kicking it off. ‘Days Gone By’ is one of the best electronic albums I’ve heard all year, and if you missed Bob Moses at Decibel Festival, don’t make the same mistake when they come back to Seattle. Another release that...
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Subtronic End Tracklist, With Nordic Soul Guest Mix, 7/4/2015

Sean 'Nordic Soul' Horton 12a - 1a A lot of Decibel Festival 2015 artists here: 1. A Subtle Seperations (feat. Jenni Potts) - IG88 2. Acceptence - Synkro 3. Gooey (Gilligan Moss Remix) - Glass Animals 4. Floating Boy (Self Portrait) - DJ Tennis 5. Les violons ivres - Agoria 6. Take My Breath Away (...
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Subtronic End Tracklist, With Mquin Guest Mix, 6/13/2015

Mquin 12a - 1a Infusing funky beats and Brazilian rhythms, tribal pixie mquin weaves warm deep bass lines invoking the crowd to join her on a musical journey. Based in Seattle and originally from Brazil, mquin’s sound has reverb​erated from the beaches of Rio across the desert of Burning Man...
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